Finally, it's moving-out day. Aneesa is sleeping in bed with Kyle. Slowly, the roommates wake up, and we get, like, ten more shots of Amazon boxes. Wow, I'm suddenly seized with the urge to go online and buy a book or DVD. In an interview, CJP reminds us that it's the last day in the house, and that it's emotional. The bell rings and some delivery people bring in some food. Chris runs up the stairs with yet another Amazon box. Good Lord! The food is courtesy of Lara and Kim, their bosses in the Rec program. In the world of Real World bosses, Lara and Kim were pretty lame. They probably even rank below the Turtleneck Twins from last season. The roommates start eating and crowing about how good the food is. Keri urges everyone just to stick their faces into their food. Theo does so immediately. Keri and Chris do as well, and everyone laughs when Chris comes up with a sausage sticking out of his mouth. They all urge Tonya to do it, but she refuses. They all start clapping and finally she gives in and claps along. In an interview, Keri says it's hard to believe that she could love these people after such a short length of time. I find it hard to believe she could love them at all, ever.
The roommates all get into the elevator and head downstairs. In an interview, CJP says that she hasn't been mentally preparing herself for this goodbye. She's wearing a white vest that looks like a scarf and her sunglasses on top of her head, and she looks like Amelia Earhart or a pilot headed out on a barnstorming tour. Keri is apparently first to go. She's wearing a candy necklace, and her roommates all take turns eating the candy from her neck. Which is cute, but also kind of gross. In an interview, Keri say that she'll probably miss Kyle the most because she probably won't talk to him much when it's over. Kyle takes a bite of the candy necklace, but he makes sure to make a goofy face and stay as far away from Keri's neck as possible, and does everything but hold up a sign saying, "Look, Nicole! I'm not flirting or being romantic!" In a confessional, Kyle reads from his statement that it's upsetting to him that things are ending this way. Keri boards the train and blows kisses to everyone. In an interview, Keri says that she's never been away from her family this long, but she knows now that she can be by herself and be okay. Bye, Keri! You were the only one who didn't really annoy me!
The roommates walk down the street. Kyle says that he still hasn't mentally grasped the fact that they're leaving. That's because he's been using up all of his meager brainpower to think of ways to make it look like he never encouraged Keri or led her on in any way. Tonya spots her taxi across the street. They all pretend they're sad to see her go, and she pretends she's going to miss them. In an interview, CJP says that Tonya has a wonderful heart and wonderful soul, and then adds oddly, "I don't know if you and I should ever talk again." Wuh? That was weird. Tonya hugs Chris. In an interview, Kyle says he's disappointed that Tonya didn't embrace them more as a family, but she has Justin at home, and that's her priority. Until they break up. In a confessional, Tonya says that she's learned what she wants to change about herself (get rich by marrying Justin), and what she loves about herself and will never change (keeping Darren on the side for emergency funds). Tonya finally leaves. Aneesa and CJP are crying, of course.