Chris brings up the conflict between Christi and Suzanne, and sends us off to another clip show. We go back to the first night with the women. Suzanne congratulates Christi for her Miss Idaho crown, then cattily points out that there aren't many women in that state. Nasty as it was, this appears to be the only pissy comment Suzanne makes to Christi, yet it's enough to cause a permanent grudge for Christi. It's that sensitive, tender heart of hers. It's in so much pain that she has no choice but to try to destroy Suzanne utterly. Christi tells the camera that she wishes she had the supernatural power to make Suzanne go away. Actually, it turned out that she did, strangely enough. We replay Christi's eye rolling at Napa Valley, and Anindita calling her out about it. We see Suzanne and Aaron making out, while Christi insists to the others that Suzanne doesn't like him. Suzanne tells the camera it doesn't bother her at all that Aaron kissed Christi after kissing her. It doesn't cancel out their make-out session or anything. In some unseen footage, Suzanne tells the other women back at the Malibu Dream House about the incident, explaining that everything's okay now. Christi rolls her eyes and practically bursts into tears again. Christi tells the camera that Suzanne wanted to "belittle" the experience and "make it mean less," and Christi didn't like that because it meant a lot to her. What? She wanted to wallow in her own freak-out? Suzanne was trying to do you a favor by making you seem less crazy, you idiot. Never mind. She's going to blame Suzanne for her own behavior. Suzanne has scary witch powers. She's evil!
Christi tells us that she wrote in her journal the night after she met Aaron that she could marry him. Yikes. Reee! Reee! Reee! Reee! Suzanne turns around and tells us that she's not like Christi at all, and isn't all throwing herself at Aaron. Prior to the rose ceremony where Suzanne was rejected, Christi told Aaron that she doesn't like to say bad things about people, but insists that Suzanne behaved differently on the date than she did in the house. People who say that they don't like to say bad things about people absolutely love to say bad things about people. Christi says that everything Suzanne did was about the cameras. She was always playing up to the cameras. So essentially, Suzanne's a typical reality-show participant. She wants to be on television and stupidly thinks that this show is going to get her noticed. They replay Aaron choosing Christi over Suzanne in the second ceremony. They replay Christi's psycho sore-winner quotes about how much she hoped that Suzanne wouldn't get a rose.