The movie is watched. Editing is carefully done to make it appear that there is laughing. Danielle tells us that she thought the movie was great, and that is the sum total of the positive reviews you'll be seeing the houseguests provide. I'm not so sure the movie got big thumbs up from very many watchers. Will just says that the dark theater was a nice break and let him take a "deep breath." And, presumably, file a written complaint for being forced to see that movie.
Later, Janelle and her alliance have a meeting, and she says she's nominating Diane. The loud drums that immediately sound ("POWW! POWW! POWW!") indicate that this may be a dramatic development. Howie DRs that maybe this is an okay thing for Janelle to do, but he looks unconvinced. For Howie to communicate ambiguity of feeling, you know he has to be ripped apart on the inside. Back in the room, Kaysar, clearly displeased, says that she's HoH and can do what she likes. James, on the other hand, says he's going to call her out on having lied to him last week. Apparently, they agreed that if James put up Jase last week -- which Janelle wanted -- then this week, they'd get rid of Will or Mike. It's not so much happening that way, so he's incredibly angry. James says he has nothing else to say, but next time he's HoH, he's going for himself alone. "You lied to my face, Janey." In the DR, James announces that as far as he's concerned, the S6 alliance is no more.
James fetches Danielle out of bed for a chat. He tells her Diane is going up, and that "the war begins tomorrow." James also calls Janelle a piece of shit, and that she's "gone." He goes on a rampage about back-dooring Janelle.
For his part, Mike tells us that if he vetoes himself, Will could go up, so he just has to hope that won't happen. He calls everyone in for the veto ceremony. Once we get there, he doesn't put everyone through a lot of dumb speeches. He just says that he's going to veto himself, "surprise, surprise." So now, Janelle has to make another nomination, and, as we all know she's going to, she nominates Diane. Janelle says that the decision was "difficult," and she's been uncomfortable. Boo hoo. She also says it was the worst week she's ever dealt with. In her entire life. Seriously. Her entire life. It's always sad to be like, "Okay, if that's really true, then your life has been too easy." Mike says this wraps up the ceremony. Janelle tells us that she's doing what's best for her: "I'm not going to do the floaters' dirty work." So she's...not willing to nominate people who are threats, because she wants other people to do their own dirty work. That is one remarkable outlook she's got. James, fully hating on Janelle at this point, says that he's determined to get rid of her.