Julie begins with a quote from a nominee who said everybody underestimated him or her, and after some shuffling of face-cards and some prompting from Julie, there are three JoJos, a Wil, and an Ashley up there. The Ashley is Jenn's, so she's the first one to get a point. But she's still standing there defiantly like she's in front of a firing squad. Who said, "It's down to brass tacks and I need a vote?" It was Mike, and this time Jenn, Dan, and Danielle get it right, so Jenn's still in the lead. But then she's the only one to misidentify Frank's nominee-speech quote about a bully, so she's now tied with Dan and Danielle for first place, with Joe and Shane tied for last.
The rankings stay the same when Julie asks who said they came in thinking they were going to play a dirty game (JoJo) and Joe and Shane guess Wil. The breakdown of right and wrong continues as Jenn, Dan, and Danielle correctly guess that Kara said she played an honest game, while Joe and Shane guess Wil again. I'm starting to think those two don't have a full deck of cards, in more than just the usual sense. The three lead players are also the only ones to get the question about Janelle right, and they go into the last question with a score of 1-1-5-5-5.
But then they all get the last question wrong, so Jenn, Dan, and Danielle are going to have to break the tie in the usual way, namely guessing a number (without going over). They wait with their mini-blackboards poised while Julie asks the total number of minutes Jodi was in the Big Brother house. Aw, poor Jodi. Danielle guesses 230, Dan 363 (showing his work and everything), and Jenn goes with 160. The right answer? 481, more than eight whole hours. I had no idea she was in there that long. In more current news, Dan is HoH, as if he needs another break right now. At least he gets lost trying to exit the hedge maze out of the game booth, so he's not completely invulnerable.
Coming back from the ads, Julie remotely herds the six remaining houseguests into the living room for the nomination ceremony, noticing aloud that Joe has already parked his ass in one of the nominee chairs. Dan gives a quick speech about how he coaches back home, and nominates Joe after all -- and, for the first time, Ian. "Gotta feel it," he says. Julie tells them it's not over yet, because the live Veto competition is still coming up.