In the living room, Diane and James chat about her frustration that she can't get to anyone to have a talk, and she doesn't get why everyone is still doing what Janelle wants. She speculates that if she could get him, Will, Mike, George, and maybe Danielle, she'd be in business. In the DR, she talks about how much she wants to stay, since Janelle "made it personal." "Her ass is mine if I can get to it," Diane vows.
Now, it's time to talk to Janelle in the abomination. "Are you falling for Will?" Julie asks. "No!" Janelle says, with far too much loud disbelief. "Are you serious? No, I'm not, Julie." I'm sure she's not falling for him, but she does have herself a little crush on him, which she's not hiding particularly brilliantly. Julie asks about keeping Will off the block, and Janelle insists she doesn't think Will is a threat to her personally. Interesting how Jase wasn't a threat to James personally, but James was expected to play along for the good of...Janelle, basically. Do you suppose that might be why James is upset? Nah.
Julie asks Janelle about having declared her allegiance to Howie, Marcellas, Kaysar, and James in that order when she was HoH the first time. Janelle bobs and weaves, saying that Marcellas isn't really part of her alliance after all. She talks about how she's more loyal to certain people on "some days" than on other days, which is an interesting definition of the word "loyal." Asked about Mike and Will, she just says they're not in her alliance. Blah blah blah, Janelle is sent back to the living room. Shut up, Janelle.
Coming up: Amy. Eeeeeee! I really liked Amy by the time she left. But first! Everybody talks about the nominees. Mike wants to keep Diane because she's cute. Howie thinks either is a threat. James says Janelle sold out the team and neither should have gone up. Kaysar doesn't want to see what Diane can do. James thinks Diane would look out for him. Howie thinks Diane would be a problem for his alliance.