This is the STUPIDEST CONVERSATION ABOUT STRATEGY I HAVE EVER HEARD. You blow your nominations not even to try to "draw people out," which is already a stupid reason to nominate people, but in order to create the conditions that will allow a future situation that might draw people out? You have four people in your alliance. There are only eight evictions now between you and final four. You waste this one by booting George, then you're waiting for another round when a "floater" becomes HoH, and then after that -- after that! -- you will know where people stand and you will know what to do. It's just...fundamentally incompetent. That's what's killing me. These people are idiots. They're not any good at strategy. They're good at dumb trivia questions and bullshit competitions, but they're idiots. It's no wonder Kaysar got thrown out twice last season; he's a simpleton. There's no point in blowing a nomination to find out who's against you instead of just getting rid of people you already know are against you. It makes no sense.
There's something else going on here, too, though. James goes on about this dumb notion that throwing out George will be seen as a good thing "for the house," and we are all reminded that in some way, there's an ongoing effort on the part of a few people -- James, Marcellas, Jase -- to make this some kind of test of how good of a person you are. They are actually suggesting that everyone will join together to vote someone out of Big Brother on principle. Of course, there is no such thing as principle, or at least not principle that's at all relevant.
Then James returns to that "make people take a side" thing. What's so fucking great about making people take a side? What if they take a side against you? How are you better off? At worst, they turn out to take a side against you, in which case they are just as good as targets to vote out as the people who have already taken sides against you! Oh...never mind. I'm just going to tire myself out. Anyway, Kaysar somberly announces that the purpose of this plan is that they're trying to force Marcellas, Diane, Danielle, and Erika to "make a decision." The stupidity continues as James says that he wants to get Will up to the HoH room and Howie's like, "Yeah, yeah -- see what his true feelings are!" First of all, Howie, I think you've already shown too much interest in Will's true feelings. Second of all, if you believe you can put Will in a room and determine his "true feelings," then you are a jackass. Will amuses me, but...vote him out, fools!