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Boogie and Frank sulk outside the next morning, and Boogie is being SUCH A BABY about this whole thing. He says he refuses to talk strategy with anyone and he just hates everyone and they’re all so mean and he doesn’t know why they’re doing this to him and also why don’t the women like it when he gives them some of his patented Mike Boogie’s Thirty-Second Hugs? Poor Boogie. At one point he says about someone (Wil, I think?), “You’re looking like a clown, going to punk us out like bitches?” Say it with me: THIS MAN IS 42.
He continues his rant to Frank, saying, “I’m madder now, like, having slept on it!” You know who wouldn’t be throwing a fit like this, Boogie? YOUR OLD PAL DR. WILL. He’d have not only convinced the Head of Household to keep him safe this week, but he’d have guaranteed safety for his entire alliance by now, as well as getting Danielle to let him sleep in her bed while she sleeps on the couch downstairs. Stop being a baby, you embarrassment to humanity.
Let’s check in on someone who actually knows how to play this game, shall we? Dan and Danielle are talking upstairs. Danielle wants to nominate Boogie and Frank together instead of Frank and Wil, because she promised Wil safety, and also because she’s worried Boogie could win the Power of Veto and therefore save both himself and Frank, leaving them shit out of luck (if you could follow that sentence, you need to turn off the TV for a few weeks and go outside). Dan, as he already explained to us, doesn’t want any coaches gone, so he keeps asking her, “Who do you want out of this game?” to get her to say, “Frank,” and then asking, “Who will go home if Frank and Boogie are nominated together?” to get her to think that Boogie would go home over Frank. It’s just brilliant, simple manipulation: he leads her exactly where he wants her, but he does it by acting like he’s acting in her best interest, as well as letting her reach the conclusion on her own, so he can’t be accused of forcing her to do anything. Dan is just too good for these people to compete with.
Danielle contemplates her nominations, as we find out what everyone else is thinking. Wil feels like he’s in trouble, since Danielle “conveniently” forgot about her promise to him. Dan is confident he’s safe, but he’s hoping he’s managed to save all the coaches this week. Boogie continues his sulking, oddly coupling it with bragging: “Of course I’m going to be nominated! I’m Mike Boogie, the all-star champion!” Dude, you can’t claim to be the best while also whining when things slightly don’t go your way. You can’t have it both ways. Have I told you guys how much I hate Mike Boogie? Frank, on the other hand, basically knows he’s nominated, and at least he’s taking it like a mature adult. (Note: he’s 20 years younger than Boogie.)