Wil picks Joe and Mike to go against each other. Mike wins that one, and picks Wil and Ashley. She gets it right almost immediately, so maybe the ditz thing really is an act. It's hard to say, because she looks like she actually has no idea what's happening. She puts Shane and Britney up against each other, which is either evil or stupid. I know which way I'm leaning. Britney wins the question in any case, and puts Ashley up against Ian. Way to break up the showmance, Brit. Looks like she's leaning a different direction from me. Ian beats Ashley, and then calls Dan and Britney up for a round that Britney nails (or which Dan threw, or will later claim to whether he did or not).
Ian, Frank, and Mike are the only other three players still in it, and she calls up the latter two. Mike hits the "Veto" button before the words even start, I guess purposely throwing it to Frank. Who presses the "Coach" button, but the cheap-ass game panel won't light up on his side after the other side's been activated, so he has to call out "Coach." That was weird. Britney and Ian are up against each other by default. She just beats Ian to the right answer, so the final round is Frank vs. Britney -- and Frank wins it. Well, it looks like he'll have a second week of not being nominated. And I'm sure we can look forward to more self-congratulatory guffawing from him and Mike in the DR.
Back in the studio, Julie has the final group Chenterview and asks Frank how he feels right now. Like he's going to say, "Meh." Julie credits the spiritard and signs off. I guess the only question remaining is whether the Silent Six is going to stay together. God knows they probably aren't going to be silent.
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