So because it's still a tie after the last dare, the tiebreaker is task is to write down the number of days you'd be willing to eat slop in order to win, of the 60 days that are left. Kaysar writes down 15. George, predictably in my eyes, writes down 60. Danielle insists in the DR that neither of them knows how bad it is to be on slop, which is an interesting point. If Will and Mike couldn't get through it without gagging, I'm not sure George wants to eat nothing else for two months. So anyway, George wins the veto, which is going to throw the plans off. As Howie says, it was a "how bad do you want it?" veto, and George took it. James unhappily says that "it is what it is." He'll be thinking about what the hell he's going to do now. George tells us that he had been sure he was going home, and now he's back.
James grumps around the HoH room, complaining that everything he's worked for is slipping away and so forth. He's done so much! He worked in the coal mines for this! He shoveled snow! He sold pencils on the street! He tells us that he just hopes George's veto win backfires and makes everyone hate George more than they already do. What, because he won the veto? That wouldn't be very fair, now would it? Again, George tells us about being happy he's back, though he's eating slop, which is not great.
James and the S6 crew have a chat in the HoH room about what to do next. Janelle wants to put up Jase, because he's not on their side and he's a threat to win competitions. James tells the rest of the guys that he and Jase have this sort of old-school, dusty-saloon, country-music understanding as awesome players that they won't back-door each other, so he'd feel like he was going back on his word if he put up Jase. The initial thought is to put up Mike, and to then vote out Mike rather than Will. Janelle, however, continues to press for Jase to go.
So Kaysar is appointed, or he appoints himself, or whatever, to go and tell Jase that they're putting him up. At first, Jase is unhappy because he would rather someone else be the pawn used to take out Will, but then he figures out that he's not the pawn. They actually want him out. Jase tries to talk Kaysar out of it, but there is no changing anyone's mind.