It's time to meet Dan's people back home. The "Tear Duct of the Housecat" theme plays as we see Dan's football team back home in Detroit, watching Dan's motivational speeches during what looks like a Big Brother viewing party. Yes, you heard me; a high school football team is having aBig Brother viewing party. Which means their season is already over, as far as I'm concerned. A couple of the players make comments about how proud they are of Dan and they're cheering him on, which is awesome considering that most of his contribution to the show has been losing challenges on purpose and giving a long hug to a bodybuilder. Speaking of which, Dan's sister and his mom disagree about whether Dan's position as America's Player may screw him. This leads into a montage of players inside the house speculating that Dan is America's Player. "I wish I was America's Player," Ollie says, gazing plaintively at the camera. Aw, poor Ollie. He's going to have to settle for being April's Played.
Time to start the mass Chenterview with the houseguests in the living room via viewscreen. Julie starts with a question to Michelle about the unitard, and she manages not to spew hateful invective this time. As for the question about this being the second week in a row where Michelle has to choose between two alliance-mates, what's she going to say? "Yeah, it's awesome watching them drop." Shut up, Julie. Julie then asks Keesha if all the strife of her birthday has been forgotten, and Keesha smilingly says that none of it has. Someone's feeling confident. Libra gets the audience question, and it's about why she passed up the letter from home during the veto competition. Ooh, the audience isn't throwing softballs for once. Or maybe Julie just wants to hide behind them. Libra's answer for why she didn't choose to hear from home? "Because my husband would have killed me!" she claims, saying that they agreed to go somewhere after this was all over. So there was something Libra was going to anyway, and she took the opportunity to do it for free instead of paying for it. I'm not saying Michelle's reaction was justified, but that's quite different from winning an opportunity you wouldn't otherwise have. Libra adds that she's confident that her kids are well taken care of. They're also probably watching Michelle's bitchfaces in the background as their mom talks, though, so it's kind of a wash.