Gerry and Marcellas have a dull chat to the effect that Roddy is sure to make a strategic and well-considered decision. They talk about the fact that, from their perspective, the most important thing is to get after "the couples," because they're in the process of solidifying into a foursome that will have an awful lot of power in a short time.
Amy tells us that she's optimistic about Josh's report that he has a secret plan that would keep Amy safe for a while. Josh promises her that it's "brilliant." Amy continues that if Roddy nominates her, it will "look like he fell prey to outside influences like Chi-whore-a." Good grief, Amy, graduate from the tenth grade already, would you? Josh, in the diary room: "I can get Amy to do whatever I want. She will vote the way I tell her to vote; if she gets Head of Household, she will nominate who I tell her to nominate." You know, I once knew of a college dorm where there was a "Do Not Date This Guy" list kept by the girls in the building. I always thought it was a hideous idea, pretty much totally inconsistent with about five different abstract notions of fairness I have, but when I see guys who are as unsettling in the way they talk about women as Josh is, I start to understand why such lists are invented.