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Dan brings Danielle aside to talk. The second they get behind closed doors, he tells her, “I just saved us both,” and she goes through about 20 facial reactions, hits him with a pillow, and then starts WEEPING EVEN HARDER. “You broke my heart,” she overdramatically sobs. “You humiliated me in front of the whole house.” Dan’s face during this meltdown is priceless. He has never looked more uncomfortable.
“Can you warn me next time?” she asks. “No, because then you wouldn’t cry!” he says, which only makes her cry harder. DAN FOR PRESIDENT. I’LL TAKE A BULLET FOR YOU, DAN, YOU COLDHEARTED, WONDERFUL MAN. He then fully explains his reasoning for berating her: now she has the sympathy of the entire house, and when Jenn takes Dan off the block and Britney replaces him, no one will even THINK about voting Danielle out, because she’s just had her heart broken.
Frank fills Jenn in on the plan upstairs, and she acts all, “Oh my god…” when he reveals that Ian was the mole in his alliance, which is hilarious because JENN WASN’T IN ANY OF THESE ALLIANCES. Isn’t this the first time she’s even hearing the phrases “Quack Pack” or “Silent Six”? Why is she so shocked that one alliance she knew nothing about was being backstabbed by another alliance she knew nothing about? Get out of here, Jenn. Anyway, Frank tells her to veto Dan so they can get rid of Britney, and she acts like she won’t, but we know she will, and, as much as I love Britney, it will be fantastic.
Veto Ceremony! For the first time in a while, I am on the edge of my seat during a Veto Ceremony. And I know what’s going to happen! I just can’t wait to see it happen. Dan gloats in the Diary Room at the fact that just yesterday, Frank dunked himself in slime, agreed to wear a carrot suit for a week, dumped chum on himself for 24 hours, AND removed himself from an HoH competition, all in an attempt to get rid of Dan. And now, not a day later, Frank is saving Dan and taking out his biggest competitor for him. You can tell Dan is trying pretty hard to not be in absolute awe of himself. It’s okay, Dan, I’m doing it for you.
Jenn opens the Veto Ceremony by speaking more slowly than Christopher Walken. Ian announces that he will not be using the Veto, thus confirming to Dan that he is closer with Britney than he is with Dan, thus sealing his future elimination from the game. Whoops! Sorry, Ian. You outsmarted Boogie, but I don’t think I need to explain how easy that is. Dan’s a different story.