As Danielle washes the windows, she says that she's working on Marcellas not to use the veto. She and Jason talk outside about how tough it's going to be, and then she and Marcellas talk in the Aquarium Room. Danielle tries to convince Marcellas not to worry about Jason, because Jason might well think he'd have a better chance up against Marcellas than against Danielle, so he might come after her next. Yeah, maybe. [Eye roll.] She says in the DR that she assured Marcellas repeatedly that if it were her, Jason, and Marcellas, she'd pick Marcellas every time. Marcellas, in turn, says in the DR that Jason has revealed to him, Amy, and Lisa that his main allegiance is to Danielle, and has thus "overplayed his hand." Whatever, pinhead. Way to catch on to the little fish and lose track of the big fish. Outside in the round chairs, he tells Danielle that he's inclined not to use the veto, and she tells him that he can do whatever he wants, because Amy is going either way. In the DR, however, she says that if Marcellas doesn't veto himself, he's on the way out. Scandalous! Sorry.
Back to Julie, and time for her to lead them into the veto meeting. "No playing nice-nice today," she says. Excuse me, "nice-nice"? Isn't that a cutesy term for baby poo? If it isn't, it should be. Anyway, she explains the Golden Veto AGAIN. I notice that Marcellas is wearing a white shirt with a scattery blue print on it. It looks like hospital pajamas. "This is the hardest moment ever!" he explains. Even harder than Gerry peering into the shower? Even harder than Josh getting germs in his clippers? Even harder than looking at Lori's pink fuzzy tank top? Oh, Marcellas, say it isn't so! Julie asks Jason whether he's ready to nominate someone else if Marcellas uses the veto, and he says that as much as it pains him, he is ready to take on the grave task of renominating. Next up, Julie asks Amy how it feels to be up for the fifth time. Amy smiles and chuckles like the good sport she's generally been about being nominated. Julie asks her next about the fact that Marcellas could choose to take her off the block if he so chose, and asks whether she has anything she wants to say to him. Amy looks at Marcellas and says, "Do whatever you want to. You know I don't care." I think it's so ironic that for all her internal personal problems, Amy has probably a better idea of what being someone's "friend" actually means, in terms of forgiving people their foibles, and not putting pressure on them, and recognizing that you can -- should -- must value them even when they drive you out of your gourd, than Marcellas is ever going to have. He kisses her hand, sure that she's going to be evicted.