Afterward, both teams are taken into "The Vault," where everyone's checks are kept. We learn that after every competition, the losing team will go to the vault and choose three members for elimination. Obviously, the weakest players have got to go, so the green team puts Pumkin, Toastee and Nibblz on the chopping block -- but they're given a "power outing" time with Destiney to convince her why each of them should stay. I thought they initially said "power hour," but realized that would be dumb because every hour on this show has people drinking nonstop, so a power hour would be pointless. Pumkin and Toastee manage to convince Destiney that they're physically weaker players and Nibblz should go. (Spoiler alert and second sign of show's laziness -- we know long before the elimination that Nibblz gets the boot.) Oh, and Toastee fakes an ankle injury, and Pumkin says she had an eating disorder, which I'm pretty sure Pumkin herself said is a lie. This defines why I watch bad reality TV -- I wouldn't lie about having a serious injury or disorder, nor would I go on a reality show as a cry for attention, so I feel pretty good about judging these people.