Scabby points out that English is not her first language and that she’s not seem as the most gentle. Everyone cracks up and Jeff points that out to Scabby.
Denise chimes in to say she’s spent much of her life with people whose first language is not English and none of them are heinous bitches like Scabby. I’m paraphrasing. Scabby has never dealt with a situation like this before; she is very loved back home. Especially her passion and feistiness.
Is that what they’re calling it these days???
I think Jeff is trying to make us feel sorry for her, but I don’t think there’s any chance of that happening at this point. She made her bitchy bed and now she’s got to lay in the nasty sheets. She then says she feels really bad because Lisa will not forgive her for doubting her.
Not the case, Lisa clarifies. She says she does indeed forgive Scabby she just needs to be in an alliance with people who trust her (and don’t crap all over her each and every day). Scabby doesn’t know how to explain herself; it doesn’t feel good, she says, and she’s holding back tears.
I think Juggs is holding back some laughter right now
Jeff wonders if Scabby is the perfect person to take to the end given that pretty much everyone can’t stand her. Denise agrees that this is definitely a strategy that people have employed in the past, taking the unlikeable person to the end. Easy win.
“Wow. I never thought I was unlikeable.”
Delusional as well.
Even Jeff finds it hard to believe that Scabby had no idea she’s seen as unlikeable. She had no idea that she’s that hated in the game. Well then, she’s gonna be in for a real shocker once she gets home and googles herself. Jeff refuses to SHUT UP about the cultural difference thing and it is as annoying as fuck. A bitch is a bitch is a bitch no matter where you go in the world Jeffrey! UGH. Shut it.
Jeff goes back to Denise, saying she was just talking about wanting to play the game with “good people” (his words, not hers.) He thinks she’s implying she’s a good person by saying that. Denise clarifies by telling Jeff that she’s not saying she’s a good person, she’s just saying she doesn’t want to take a certain type of person to the end in order to get an easy win. It’s like bringing someone to a poker game that’s never played poker.
They don’t have poker in Brazil OKAY?!?!?!?!?
Scabby says she has never had that much frustration directed toward her, ever. Denise replies that it’s not hatred, it’s frustration. She starts to bring up what happened when they returned from the reward challenge and Scabby tries to cut her off, but Denise insists on finishing her thought. Denise points out that she was gloating, but Scabby insists she was sharing their experience.
Tomato, tomahto! Not that I’m cooking them or anything!