Danielle goes on to ask the jury to please, please not make it personal, because of course (you guessed it), that's what happened to her, boo hoo.
We come back to Julie, who says that the final two will come back to plead their cases to the jury. She also says that the first five evicted houseguests will come back and tell them a little about what they missed. That ought to be...fun.
Back from commercials, we first see Mike's mom and dad hysterically and eagerly clapping in the crowd. I'm sorry...I understand supporting your kid, but did you see the whole thing, there, Mom? Maybe a little less giddiness and waving like you're at Disneyland would be appropriate. I'm not saying disown the kid, but...you know? If I spouted, say, racist bullshit on this show all summer, you can believe my mother would not show up in the audience making that happy face.
A joke for you: Knock-knock.
Well, if you're not going to do your half, I can't do the rest of it. Whatever, slacker.
Now, it's time to see the part where the jury asked questions. Sort of the faux tribal council, and thus another place where the two most common questions are "I WANT AN APOLOGY" and "YOU SUCK." This takes place in the backyard, where the jury looks at the two finalists on the plasma screen. Marcellas is up first. He says he wants to ask them both the same question: what was their best move, strategically? Erika gives the obvious answer that her best move was "convincing Janelle to vote out Will." Janelle rolls her eyes...for absolutely no conceivable reason. Is she suggesting Erika didn't convince her to do that, or is she thinking it's not Erika's best move? I don't even know what that eye-roll is supposed to mean. Mike says that his best move was not using the coup. Now...that is the worst answer ever. He didn't use the coup because he wasn't ever up, and neither was Will, and they saved it in case one of them went up. I mean, can you see how he can't possibly have anything good to say if he chooses to say that, of all the dumb things? He goes on: "I knew that if I used it, I would have only been able to use it on Janelle, or the rest of the house would have figured out that we were working with her." What? What? What a load of doubletalk hooey. That's one of those answers where it isn't true, and it would reflect badly on him if it were true. Good one, idiot.
George's question starts with what I dearly hope is a sarcastic "Congratulations on you two finding the love of your lives." Janelle "laughs so hard" that she "happens to fall" into Will's "lap," where she stays for quite a while. Oh, it's so hard when you lose control of yourself and accidentally lie all over people. Janelle thinks making fun of women being played by phony relationships are hilarious, because she doesn't know yet when this is taped that it happened to her. If Janelle were sitting where Erika is, you could put together just as embarrassing a montage about the way she was played. George asks Mike whether he's going to propose to Erika on the final show, as he did with Krista. And here goes George, same as always, trying to make the cool kids think he's cool too, joining in on the party to laugh at how phony this all was and how much Erika fell for it. Mike wink-winkingly says that he will not be proposing. "Yaaaaay!" Janelle cheers, and...it's just hard to watch her during this whole thing. She is trying so hard.