After a reminder of America's Vote for our favorite juror, Dan and Memphis lounge in the living room and talk about what a turning point it was when Memphis was saved at the cost of Jessie, which of course sent Michelle into a blind, unitarded rage that carried her to HoH that week. Of course we get to see a flashback of that whole ensuing yell-fest. Dan tells Memphis that the reason they're still there is because they were the ones who could control themselves. Well, you know, as long as nobody called Memphis a womanizer. They realize that neither of them is going to be the favorite of anyone in the jury house. "The thing is," Memphis brightsides, "they have to vote." Memphis comments that they have no idea how the jury house is going to go. Dan pretends to agree, even though you know he has no intention of losing. He even issues a little challenge, saying that it might come down to who's the best speaker under pressure: the schoolteacher, or the mixologist? Rather than follow that line of discussion, they clink their champagne glasses.
In final DRs, Memphis says that he thinks he's got a good chance of winning against someone who's pissed off so many people, but he has no intention of badmouthing Dan. Whereas Dan assures us that he's fully prepared to throw Memphis under the proverbial bus for the grand prize. It happens Tuesday. Which is good, because it's about time something did.
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