When we come back from commercials, we are still in the aftermath of Jase's insane meltdown. But now, it's time for the veto ceremony. Seems like it can't get much more dramatic after that, doesn't it? Jase tells us that the reason he lost his shit in the backyard is that he's "a true competitor," and he knows that if he can compete, then he can save himself. You could compete, idiot! I don't know where he's getting this from. But anyway, he says it "dishearts [sic] [him] about the play of the game itself." James tells us that Jase tried to play both sides, so he's paying the price for that. That dishearts me!
George welcomes everyone to the veto ceremony and tells them that Will can now give a speech about why he wants to be in the house. Will stands. He says that while this speech is usually directed at the veto winner, he wants to address the rest of the house. He says that he's been really trying to figure out why he just wasn't feeling motivated this season, and tells us that he realized that what motivated him during his season were the people who he hated. Hating them gave him a reason to want to get them out of the game. So why, he wondered, doesn't he have that motivation this year? It occurred to him that maybe it was because he really likes everyone in the house. But...he's realized it's the opposite. "I can't find an individual to hate, because I hate you all," he says with childlike wonder. "There's no one I hate more than anyone else." So he asks them all to remove him from the game. If they don't, he's going to throw every HoH, every PoV, and every food competition, meaning that he's going to keep them all on slop as much as possible. He does, however, encourage George to take himself off the block, because "he went up against the five wickedest, freakiest Big Brother players, and he whooped their ass." Sometimes, I have to admit that I don't really know what Will is doing, and this is one of those times. I understand why he thinks this would be funny; I don't understand why he thinks it would be smart.