Then Robby whines (on his behalf and on Michael's) that they didn't get any alone time with her, so they got screwed and if they get sent home it will be a "travesty," and you'd think this was a war-crimes tribunal the way he's going on. He calls people cowards, but not like Brendan Fraser in School Ties, which would have been awesome. Lots of shots of Tanner looking increasingly agitated. And now the guys elect to just announce that they don't have girlfriends ("I'm clean, I'm clean!" says Wes, because he is Mr. Hilarious all the time), and then Dave suggests Jillian just tell them who said what about whom, and Tanner whirls around and snaps at someone, "What are you looking at me for?" and then Chris says no one has mentioned any particular names.
For Dave, it's about living with someone who's "snitching," and he thinks it's fair for Jillian to come out and say who it was since they're going to have to live with whoever's been hanging guys out to dry, and I hate to break it to the hopefully-somewhat-more-sober-at-least-right-now Dave that he might not remember talking about staring at her ass or how her tits were hanging out, but he's not going to be spending another night living with those guys, whatever happens here. More shots of Tanner looking uncomfortable, even though it was sanctimonious too-perfect Jake who really started the ball rolling tonight. Chris talks about not betraying the trust of the one-on-one time, like it's an actual legally protected right, and then Jillian says she just wants to know if any of it's true, and Chris asks the guys if they're all here for the right reasons, and a couple of the guys speak up, and there's one more exhortation for the rat to not be a coward and step forward, and Tanner looks uncomfortable but doesn't say anything.
So Chris asks Jillian if she's ready, and she says she isn't. She needs to step outside for a second. So she goes, and the guys mutter at each other, and an agitated Tanner orders Juan to stop looking at him, and Juan's all "Dude! I'm looking back and forth!" and I think it's Wes who voices over that he's never seen a bigger bunch of (bleeps) in his life.