When we return from commercials, it's time for the HoH competition. Will S6 continue to be in charge? Oh, I certainly hope not. James isn't playing, so there are ten in the competition, and three are S6. This competition is based on the signs that hang around the house that define words like "love" and "hate" and "deceit." You should know that most of the questions that are asked are so easy that you could win every question just by hitting your buzzer first and figuring out while Julie was saying your name what the answer was. Anyway, the way it works is that if you buzz in and get a question right, you can choose someone to eliminate, but if you're wrong, you're out. And you can't get the question right and eliminate yourself.
First question is correctly answered by Marcellas, who boots Mike. Kaysar gets the next one, and he boots Diane. (Huh?) Will gets one, and he throws out Howie. Will gets the next question -- just about the only one with two possible answers -- wrong, and he's out. Erika throws out George, Kaysar throws out Erika (with a pained expression, since they're going to get maaaarried), Janelle throws out Danielle, and Marcellas throws out Kaysar. So now, it's just Marcellas and Janelle, and I am doomed to a week that I will absolutely hate, because someone very unpalatable will be very happy. Janelle gets the next question, so she's HoH again. Yeeech! Ptooey! And if that's not half of her bra hanging out of her shirt, it's something specifically designed to look like half of her bra hanging out of her shirt. Classy. So everyone congratulates Janelle. EXCEPT ME.
Julie rubs it in that "the Season 6 reign continues." Like I needed to be told from my position banging my head into the wall.
Back in the living room after commercials, Julie comments to Will that he was kept by unanimous vote. He says that he wants to request eviction next week and he'd like to take this opportunity to nominate himself. Julie basically makes him shut up, and then she promises that we'll find out on Sunday whom Janelle decides to nominate. I've got to tell you, I don't think it's going to be Will.