Danielle finally makes a correct guess with "spots," which means she submits to having paint thrown on her by the other players. Dan wins the next round, scoring eight points in exchange for spending 24 hours in a "solitary dance party." Britney's getting more irritated at Dan for failing to throw this, fearing that Dan will win PoV and save himself, resulting in Britney herself being the replacement nominee. What Britney doesn't seem to get is that bothers her a lot more than it's going to bother Dan.
For the last round, Britney buzzes in quickly but doesn't actually know the word. Frank whispers to her "summer," at which point Ian has to tell him that he broke a rule, and is now eliminated from the competition. And with that lead and all those punishments racked up, too. That has to sting, especially for a man dressed in a carrot suit while smelling of green slime and chum with his next HoH reign more than two weeks in the future. Everyone else stands there confused except for Dan, who has the second-highest number of points after Frank, and a shit-eating grin to go with it. Oh, and not for nothing, but Shane has still scored zero points.
After the ads, Frank goes and sits down, leaving Britney trying to steal the win from Dan. But again, she buzzes in before she knows the right answer. Jenn guesses "ticket" after the drawing continues, and Ian offers her the chance to be on slop for the rest of the summer, in exchange for eleven points. She can take it and win, or leave it and let Dan win. And she wins it! Looks like she had something to offer Frank after all. And now Dan has to spend one of his days on the block locked away from everyone else, losing 24 precious hours of political maneuvering. He's screwed. Right? Even Dan can't get out of this one, can he?
Jenn goes to Frank to accept his congratulations and gratitude, and cement their alliance. And Dan goes into the store room to cry. He DRs that he loves three things: his wife and family, coaching, and playing Big Brother. One of those is really sad. After that he recovers, then enters the Have-Not Room to kick off his "solitary dance party." Which is basically 24 hours locked in there with cheesy music and disco lights playing. He's taking this better than I would. The dance party aspect, I mean. I'm pretty sure getting to have 24 hours away from the other morons in the house would be a major reward at this point.