Elimination Room Of Doom! Bryan confirms to Sami that he wants to stay. Sami asks what Amy said to the folks who were voting. Amy says that B is her closest friend, and she would never put him down or say he needs to go home over her. He deserves to be there as much as anyone else. See, she's not that bad. A whiny bitch on occasion, yes, but not inherently awful.
The voting begins. Nicole, out of friendship for Bryan, votes to eliminate Amy. Kae votes for Amy because she's a whiny bitch, and one who schemes to boot. I mean, that's the subtext. Sami asks Amy what she thinks about that. Amy says that after what they went through as a duo, it seems a little harsh, but Kae is entitled to her opinion. Kae has some serious bitchface right now. Neil, as if he is the picture of integrity, votes for Amy. Julie acknowledges that she was very conflicted, but decided to vote off the person who is the biggest threat. This is why she voted for Bryan. Hollie's strategy all along has been to vote off the person who is the biggest threat. This, as written on her card, is "B L." Bill also votes off the person he perceives as the biggest threat. This is Bryan.
This, as I'm sure won't surprise you, leaves it all down to Isabeau, a whiny bitch in her own right. She says she came to the competition wanting the title, and whatever happens from this point on, she wants to leave the game the way she's played it the last ten weeks: fairly and honestly. She says it came down to loyalty versus integrity for her, and she promised herself she would play with integrity. One person had her word, and the other person had her heart. One decision she might not be able to compete with, and the other she might not be able to live with. How much time do they spend writing these freaking elimination-room speeches? Just get down to it. In any case, she votes for Amy. Oh, shit. Amy cries and says she felt like she was stabbed in the back, and it hurts. She worked really hard the past couple of weeks trying to be loyal, and it got her nowhere. She adds that karma's a bitch and what goes around comes around. Which is kind of what happened tonight, if you want to know the truth of it. What is it about losing huge amounts of weight that makes everyone so self-righteous? Amy thanks Julie, Hollie, and Bill for being loyal, and tells them to realize that there's someone on their team who they can't trust, who will look them in the face and lie to them. Isabeau says that her decision was last-minute, and she changed her vote because she couldn't live with voting Bryan out. I call bullshit on that one. I don't necessarily disagree with the decision to send Amy home, but I do think they should boot Isabeau next, and I kind of can't wait to see Jillian lay into her.