Isabeau, meanwhile, tells Jillian and the Black Team + Amy that she trusts nobody. Amy and Hollie hope she doesn't really mean that, but she says that seems to be the general trend. Julie says that Isabeau is paranoid, and has every right to be, since she's on the elimination block. Isabeau says this is her third time on the block, and the second time she's been specifically targeted. But…was she really targeted this time? I don't think so. Isabeau says that nobody else understands the position she's in. Jillian says she understands. Isabeau is kind of a pill. She's nervous, but hopes that people pull through for her. She starts crying, and tells her teammates that she really can only trust them 90%. Jillian tells her that everyone in the room has been true to their word. Amy kind of looks around and bites her nail. Whoops!
And then, the Elimination Room of Doom! The contestants have their platters of death. And woah! Nicole has her hair down and glasses on. It's nice to see her without the weird bun on top of her head. Sami notes how frustrating it must be for Isabeau to be up for elimination when this is the week she's lost the most weight. Ryan admits that he misses his wife and his daughter, but says he doesn't want to go home by any means.
The duos vote. Amy and Kae are up first. And they vote for Ryan. I don't know how Amy bitch-slapped Kae into doing that, but good work. Bryan and Hollie are next, and it's Hollie's allegiance to Isabeau that leads them to vote for Ryan. Neil and Nicole are up next, and Neil starts looking all shady. He says this is the toughest decision they've had to made, and they don't feel that the person they voted for deserves to go home. But it's a tough decision, blah blah blah, and they had a decent idea of how the votes would go, and they figured that the person that they voted for does have to go home. And they want to make sure that he/she goes home the right and honorable way. So they voted for Ryan. The fuck? That is the most twisted reasoning I've ever heard. Ryan looks kind of stunned, but makes a nice speech about what his time on the show meant to him, and what an impact Bob has had. He gets to go play with his daughter and hug his wife, and says it's going to be all right. Oh, Ryan, we hardly knew ye. I mean, literally.