And now, in a really weird development, Roddy and Danielle talk in the kitchen, and they both try to pretend they're not engaged in a pitched battle. He gives a particularly asinine speech in which he complains that he's been just this awesome, nice, cool guy (no, literally, that's pretty much what he says), and he's been taken advantage of because the other (inferior) people in the house don't keep their word. You know, "asshat" is one of those words that I don't completely understand, but I know the need for it when it comes around. And it just came around. ASSHAT. Danielle asks Roddy whether he had a deal with Marcellas, and Roddy says he did. Danielle also knows that when Jason was endlessly pondering his nominations, he asked Roddy whether he had any standing deals, and Roddy said no. Therefore, Danielle is incredibly excited about having caught Roddy in a lie. I have no idea why. Who cares now? She already was going to vote him out, and who is she going to use this on who will actually believe her? What I really think is going on here is just more of Danielle's usual very high opinion of her own scheming abilities. Roddy also manages to refer to himself in this conversation as "the smart cute boy." You know, Roddy, usually people allow those titles to be bestowed by OTHERS. Danielle then spends about an hour in the DR talking about how smart she is, how brilliant she is, what a great liar she is, and generally how incredibly wonderful she is. I don't like either of them one bit.
Marcellas brings everyone into the living room for the veto competition. They all have to put on graduation gowns and go outside. This week, we have the Rigged In Favor Of Amy Competition. Oh, I mean -- an obstacle course. But the trick is that you have to walk the obstacle course with a book balanced on your head. Yeah, you know, like a beauty pageant contestant. It's a good thing there aren't any beauty pageant contestants on this show that would present tantalizing veto opportunity, because this might look fixed. Anyway, just as is intended, Amy wins. She and Jason (who comes in second) also win water massages in one of those weird booths like they have at the mall. So now, Amy has the power of veto. Hmm. That'll be interesting. Danielle calls it "the worst-case scenario." Roddy calls it "the best-case scenario." Hm.
Turns out that Jason and Amy don't initially know it's a water massage -- they just know it's a massage. So Jason is envisioning a large man rubbing him, and that just strikes him as deeply wrong. Danielle thinks he would actually be worse off if it were a woman, but her explanation of that gets into a whole weird thing about how Jason's a virgin, so of course he's afraid of women...or something. It's stupid. Anyway, Jason and Amy go out back for their massages, and they find the water booth, much to Jason's relief. He really wasn't prepared for a big guy named Sven to handle his intimate parts, I think. Amy does manage to embarrass him a little by pausing the water jets while they are over his, as Lisa says, "butt-ocks."