For whatever reason, Danielle is all upset in the DR, telling us that Jase deserved to stay longer, that his eviction was "ugly," and that "this is when you really hate the game." Boy, she and I are on really different wavelengths. The part where you evict the loser with the sleeveless T-shirts, the bandanna, and the 'roidy-looking pecs? That is not when I really hate the game. That is when I get another Diet Coke, lean back in my chair, and hit the eight-second rewind button on my TiVo. In color, Will smiles to himself, because he just got not-evicted, and getting not-evicted is his favorite thing.
Diane DRs it was too bad that Jase left, but she's cried a lot and doesn't have any more tears left for him. Yeah, I have to say, if we're conserving scarce resources, I think I'd go the same way. Especially after Jase turned into Rage Q. Nuttyson and left with his own bootprints decorating his ass. Diane also says that Jase leaving "proves that there really isn't a 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith' alliance." I think what she means is that having him gone will stop people from focusing on that issue, but it came out kind of awkward. Diane also appears to be wearing a peach satin and lace camisole around the house, as well as in her DR interview. Ah, lingerie as outerwear. Maybe all her T-shirts with slogans are in the dryer.
We see again how Will, right after Jase leaves, sinks down into a chair until he's almost lying down in it, and then he smirks that he's "sad, but...jealous." Because on the one hand, Jase had to leave. But on the other hand, Jase got to leave. Will gives an apparently unironic DR in which he says that Jase was sent out in a fairly low-class manner, because they didn't tell him the truth about what they had planned, and he was ultimately "back-doored." Which, of course, is really not true. A true back-dooring, it seems to me, involves not nominating you the first time around, but intending all along to veto someone and nominate you on the second try, so that you won't have a chance to take yourself off. James nominated George and Will with every intention of leaving the nominations as they were. I happen to think "back-dooring" is a perfectly valid strategy with no integrity issues involved anyway, but even if you were going to object to it, this wouldn't be it, so Will is being stupid. I sentence him to walk around smirking at the camera and making fun of everyone, preferably with his hair combed nicely. Hey, he's got to learn somehow.