Theo asks Timmy again what he thinks. Timmy says that he's "in the middle of a jam sandwich here." Timmy explains that he felt beat up after the last vote, and that he will feel like he's letting someone down no matter what. Yeah, that's how the game works. But if he votes for Chadwick and Piggy, the only people who will be mad at him are Hollywick and Theo. And I think even Theo would understand. If he doesn't, he has to face the wrath of Jisela and probably Emily, Dan, and Tara, too. So, to me, it's an easy choice. Emily says that she can speak for Timmy when she says that he'll vote with her. He's sitting right there! Let him speak for himself. Also, they've had all day to discuss this. Why haven't they? Theo says that he wants to hear Timmy say it himself. Timmy says that he wants to talk to Emily alone. In an interview, Dan says that Timmy doesn't want to vote with Emily, and that they are split on the voting process.
Outside, Emily tells Timmy that the Wicks would never vote the weakest team off, and that if she and Timmy were in fourth place, they would be gone right now. Timmy asks what she would do in his shoes. I know Timmy doesn't want to look like the bad guy, but come on. Make a stand, one way or the other. Emily advises him to vote with his partner, because they are the only team that matters. In an interview, Timmy says that Emily is very adamant about getting rid of Piggy and Chadwick, but that he's nervous about getting rid of a tough competitor like Chadwick. Timmy needs to lose that white mock turtleneck he wears in his interviews.
Timmy and Emily walk back into the room. Tara asks what's going on in his head. Timmy says that he wants to hide under a bed. Timmy can't believe that it all comes down to his decision. Hollywick is practically sweating through her t-shirt as we wait for Timmy's verdict.
Mark welcomes everyone back to announce their verdicts. The RR team has to go first. They all walk up to the front, but Hollywick lags behind with a big pout on her face. Like she has to put on a big show so that no one thinks that she participated in this decision. Spare me the drama. Dan announces that they have decided to send Piggy and Chadwick home. He says that there are a lot of different factors, but that they thought this was a step toward having a more positive attitude on their team. Chadwick is sitting way in the back, and he yells out to Dan that he should tell the truth. Where is everyone? Why is the room so empty? Dan says that he is telling the truth. Theo steps up and says that some people thought it was a good decision, and some didn't, and that he's not that happy about losing a strong competitor like Chadwick, but that's how it ended up. Chadwick is a dick. In an interview, Chadwick says that he's unhappy about what happened in the Inner Circle. In an interview, ADDam says that Chadwick convinced the others to eliminate their biggest threat. In an interview, Josh says that it is not only ironic, it is poetic justice. Hollywick pouts her way back over to where Chadwick is sitting.