After a commercial break, Beatrice Miller and her river of tears have been scooped away by the Oompa Loompas, and it's time to check the leaderboard. Khloe notes that saying goodbye to Beatrice was "seriously, so heart-wrenching" for her. It's all about what Khloe feels, on behalf of herself and Mario, who spent years building up a resistance to iocane powder and emotion.
CeCe Frey is, of course, in the bottom spot at number 8. Fifth Harmony lands in seventh place. Sixth place this week belongs to Paige Thomas. Khloe pauses the results, which causes Mario Lopez to peak at his results card and give Khloe the side-eye. He has a tight ship to run. Khloe asks Demi how she feels, and Demi feeds everyone some bullshit about how these are her top two superstar acts, no matter what the world thinks. No, girl.
"In fifth place," Mario Lopez continues. Diamond White is in fifth place, and there was less than a half a percent between fourth and third place this week. It doesn't matter. Fourth place belongs to Emblem3; Vino Alan is in third place. Some things never change, and let's just give the finale to Carly Rose and Tate Stevens already. It's starting to get demoralizing for the rest of the acts, feeling like they're just marking time.
Second place goes to Tate Stevens, who went first this week, which puts Carly Rose Sonenclar in first place, because she went last. It's still anyone's game, and by "anyone's" I mean Tate's or Carly's.
What a Thanksgiving. In the end, Arin and Beatrice have nothing to be thankful for. They will always remember Thanksgiving as the most stressful day of their teenage lives, and will probably talk about "that time they were on a reality show" at the dinner table for many Thanksgivings to come. Beatrice will cry every time, and people will stop inviting her over to spend the holiday with them. This could be the beginning of a beautiful, seasonal tradition.