We had a stand-alone episode last Tuesday, like they had a few times during seasons five and six. So, I'm not entirely sure if they are calling this episode seven or not. We'll see, and I'll correct the title, as needed.
McKenzie states that one of the living pieces must be pure & pristine, the other evil & twisted. This is a way to tie in to the theme of life & death for season 7.
Neville gets an "I don't have the same experience as the others" edit throughout. It's not heavy handed, but it's there. Winner or Loser Edit? I can't tell. Oh, wait, I can, it's FACE OFF. They usually run a Winner Edit, and do NOT employ a Loser's Edit. This is the opposite of Project Runway, which always seems to showcase a designer leaving (think Mitchell from a couple of weeks ago) and THEN will do a relatively subtle Winner's Edit.
Laura & Wayne
Knight & King
Miranda & Anthony
Pawn & Bishop
Connor & Roy
Rook & Queen
So, how did they vote?
Wow, not the way I saw it coming, even with the heavy Winner's Edit employed. I was certain that Glenn was winning, but I did think that Ve had the best individual look. I guess not picking up on Neville's pawn paint job the first time around made me think he was a distant third. Lesson: Watch on the newer computer, not on the old TV.
Next week the regular season seven cast encounters serial killers. Well, they *are* in L.A.