And now, the one interesting storyline this show has going for it, which is that it turns out that Danielle and Jason have had a simple, low-key, two-person alliance going on from the beginning of the show. They haven't really done anything yet -- at this point, they're laying low and gathering intelligence. I have to give them both credit, because this is a better piece of play than I thought either of them really had in them. Danielle says that she aligned with Jason because he has "God on [his] side," which I find sort of an eye-roller, but other than that, this is sort of interesting. Jason, in particular, shows a side not previously evident. He's sharp enough to see that Chiara is Roddy's weakness, because she takes him out of the game, and puts him in "boyfriend mode." That's at least partly true. At any rate, Jason and Danielle do a lot of low-key whispering about their fear of Roddy and their intent to turn the Marcellas-Amy faction against the Roddy-Eric faction. Jason tells Danielle that as much as he likes Roddy, he thinks Roddy has to go because he's a threat, and that if Roddy were nominated, Jason would vote him out.
Cut (nice!) to Roddy, who diary-rooms that he trusts Jason completely. Oh, completely. "There's almost no chance that Jason is playing the game, and he's really not the person he's showing." Ha! "And if it is, I would be so in awe of him for pulling that over on us." Double ha! As arrogant as Roddy can be, I do appreciate the fact that he has respect for good play, even when it's not his own.