Wednesday. Somebody has got to get the editors some happy pills, because they are getting bored and beaten down. They show the same clip of Marcellas nominating Josh and Tonya in the previouslys and then again to open the show. It's almost like these editors work on a really good show during the regular season and are totally depressed about this crappy summer job, because they're just not giving it a hundred percent.
Gerry sits with Marcellas, telling him just how wonderful and fabulous and brilliant and noble and -- no kidding -- "butch" his nominations of Josh and Tonya were. Marcellas, in turn, tells us that he's beginning to notice that he's doing all the things he despises. He's becoming (dun-dun-dunnnn) eeeevil! In the Big Bed Room, he tells Tonya that he hopes she understands why she was nominated. Nothing personal, darling! Love you to pieces! Oh, love you, too! Kisses! Marcellas in the diary room: "I do not like Tonya. I do not like what she stands for. I do not like what she puts out there. Therefore, if Tonya were to go, and not Josh, I wouldn't be unhappy." Heh. Gerry and Marcellas chitchat alone in the living room, and Gerry asks if Marcellas thinks that Tonya would veto out Josh if she were to win the competition. "No," Marcellas replies, "'Cause ultimately, she's got the heart of a ho and she wants to stay." Lovely. They're running dangerously short of people I do not dislike.
Tonya and Josh have a friendly moron-to-moron yap outside that evening, and she tells him about her chat with Marcellas (who has the heart of a HoH, I suppose). Josh diary-rooms that the whole thing isn't about Tonya; it's just about him. This is probably true, but I really can't pay attention to that right now, because Josh has actually managed to compound his seediness by germinating a mind-bendingly ugly goatee, which currently looks like he stenciled it on with charcoal. The producers should have told him he couldn't grow a goatee because it would present a lighting problem. He promises Tonya that he won't campaign against her. She takes him at his word, because -- well, hey, why wouldn't you?
Time to talk veto. The concept of the veto is explained by Gerry in the diary room, in case you just got here. In which case, I can only say you should run, run, run, before it's too late. Gerry and Marcellas chat about the veto, and Marcellas says that if Gerry wins the veto, he'd ask him to keep the nominations the same, but vows that, of course, even if Tonya or Josh were vetoed out, Marcellas would nominate another Goober. "Oh, I know you're not going to turn on us," Gerry says confidently. Marcellas, in the diary room: "I'm becoming diabolical."