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.
In the mood for a fight, Jase strolls out into the back yard, where everybody else is hanging out. He hurls his drink into the air angrily. He throws a seat cushion. Will smiles. Mike smiles. They understand where this is about to go. Finally, Jase speaks. "James, you of all people, I didn't think would take the bitch route." So we're going to do this in front of everyone, huh? Apparently so. And as far as the bitch route, I have to say to Jase: don't knock it till you've tried it, dude. It's pretty scenic! James tells Jase that it shouldn't be personal, it's just numbers. Kind of like his intense hatred of George? Yeah, I thought so. James also points out that Jase was going back and forth too much between S6 and Will and Mike. Jase just can't believe it's happening this way after their -- as he calls it -- "integrity talk." I could choose to find that revolting, but instead, I choose to find it hilarious. Integrity talk!
James insists that this is not "back-dooring," since it wasn't done intentionally, but Jase insists that it is, because he should have been given a chance to win the veto. He actually...was given a chance to win the veto, and he knew that he needed it to keep himself from potentially going up, because he said so. He's the one who made the decision not to gamble and not play for it, and that's why he's so mad. James tells Jase that integrity "has to work on every level, not just one," and Jase comes back, "I'm integrity on every level!" Ha. That was awesome. That should be somebody's rap anthem. Howie jumps in by saying that Jase was going to Will and Mike and "telling them our stuff," so that wasn't integrity there. I cannot tell you how much my head wants to blow up from watching Howie and Jase discuss integrity. Jase insists that he never said anything, but he decides to drag Marcellas into it by saying that Marcellas talks out of school. That is not a good idea, because Marcellas loves to feel like the representative of good against an evil force, and if he thinks he has the support of others, he loves to rail self-righteously so that he can gossip later and feel important.