Boogie and Frank discuss options. They want to nominate Wil with Joe. But Boogie wants Dan put up against Joe, chuckling while he proposes this, looking like an elf drunk on too much dandelion wine. Frank says that Dan did mastermind the plan to get Frank out of the house a couple weeks ago, and that Dan is masterminding everything. Now, we’re lead to believe that these guys are super smart and can see through Dan, but what the producers are NOT telling us is that last week, one of Dan’s private Diary Room sessions was “accidentally” broadcast throughout the house for everyone to hear. So Dan is fucked because of the producers’ meddling, and it is just awful for him.
Anyway, who wants to see Frank’s HoH room?!?! Joe rolls out of the bed where he’s been laying depressed for 24 hours. Moping is a really smart way to win this game, Joe. I’m sure you’ll do very well this week with that strategy. Anyway, we have to look at even more pictures of Frank. He was once a baby! He had different hair when he was younger! He has a family! Cool, very interesting stuff here. And then he reads a letter from his grandma and this whole scene just has me on the edge of my seat, let me tell you. The only funny part is when Wil says Frank, “Had a face that could’ve rivaled that of Dennis Quaid,” which, WHAT? Is that a compliment? Is Wil’s biggest Hollywood crush Dennis Quaid?! God, I hope so. That would explain a lot. Oh, also, Frank gets a NASA hat, and this makes Ian really respect him. Apparently Ian thinks everyone who wears a $5 NASA souvenir cap is actually an astronaut.
“Dear Frank: I am embarrassed by your general appearance every single day and I have been laughed out of my nursing home. Love, Nana.”
Later, Ashley and Wil talk outside about how they probably shouldn’t have gotten rid of Janelle. Nice move, geniuses! Way to not warn her beforehand, even though you were in an alliance with her since day one and had absolutely nothing to gain by voting her out. Ashley thinks they are going to be picked off by the alliance of six people, which: duh.
Joe joins them, luxuriating like a sea lion. I’m rather surprised to see he hasn’t shaved any horrible patterns into his chest hair to match his creepy soul patch. Joe basically scolds the other two for leaving him stranded on his own. Wil explains in the Diary Room that he purposely didn’t tell Joe, since Joe would warn Janelle, and that also he wanted Joe to be the target this week. Um, WHAT? How is that a good plan?! YOU WERE IN AN ALLIANCE WITH JOE. Wil just wants to be evil for the sake of being evil, but he sucks at it. The smarter plan would have been to tell Joe about the plan so that Joe would tell Janelle, and then Janelle could work to save herself. And if anyone had to take any heat for blabbing to Janelle, it would be Joe, not you. Spend less time rehearsing your Diary Room quips and more time playing the game, Wil, and then maybe you’ll survive until the jury. Anyway, because of this stupidity, we watch Wil, Ashley, and Joe slowly realize that Team Janelle’s days are numbered. And it’s no one’s fault but their own.
“If you want, you guys can touch me anywhere.”