Danielle DRs that S6 is in charge again, so she's kissing ass again. And how is she going about it? Well, she's leading the applause for James's HoH victory, for one thing. James says that being HoH is good in part because it's just nice to know that he doesn't have to worry about himself getting booted for one week. We go back to Danielle, who refers to her own safety in the third person in saying that said safety is all she cares about. (All I care about is Miss Alli not falling asleep, so I feel her.) Kaysar tops off this weird sequence by bragging in the DR about how powerful his alliance is, which just...how many times can we watch the same thing? This is what they've showed Kaysar saying over and over again, starting five minutes after they moved into the house. Kaysar and Friends = Smug. Mike and Will = Vowing To Make Trouble. Danielle = Only Cares About Herself. It's fair to say practically nothing has happened since they got here. No wonder I'm bored.
Speaking of situations in which nothing interesting has happened, Will tells Mike that he assumes they're both going up, but Mike thinks that James's unhappiness with the way Kaysar handled his nominations will throw a wrench into the plans. I'm not sure if Mike is implying that James is going to nominate Kaysar, or what, nor do I think Mike really knows. Mike tells us that he doesn't think anybody in the house can be sure of what James is going to do, and then he tells Will that James could "rock this house" depending on whom he nominates. I swear, Mike has a bizarre age-related disease where when he tries to sound twenty-two, he's fifty.
And now, because they only have three hours a week to convey seven days of nonstop action and they don't have a minute to waste, we watch Chicken George do the housework. George vacuums. George cleans the counters. George cleans out the shower. Mike refers to him as the "Alice" of the house. You know, on The Brady Bunch. George cooks, cleans, and does laundry. "I didn't know I brought my mom here. It's pretty cool, actually," Mike says. I wonder if he meant to give away that his mom still does his laundry. Maybe he digs chicks who don't mind. Howie points out that in addition to cleaning, George is, of course, lurking around listening to everything that's going on. James tells us a little story about being in the storage room with Janelle, and coming out to find Chicken George quickly walking away, which James is sure was an indication that George was listening at the door. So now, I guess James thinks George is diabolical. So was Alice, in fairness. I think she was constantly plotting revenge of some sort because they made her wear that uniform every day. Talk about class warfare. "You sleep downstairs! And wear this! And never move your hair! And call us 'Mr. and Mrs. Brady'!" They were tyrants, seriously. Alice had Stockholm Syndrome. What was I saying?