More Nick/Daniele. She covers her face as Nick tells her that he likes her so much it's killing him, and that he knows that when she leaves the house, she'll be going back to this other dude. Kris says that Nick is the kind of guy who makes "us good guys" look bad. I don't know. Kris wants to believe that Nick's flirting is just gameplay; before Daniele went into the house, she told Kris that she loved him and wanted to be with him, and that he had to trust her, so he's keeping that in mind. And obsessively TiVo-ing Big Brother After Dark, I assume. In the room with the wee beds, Daniele bawls to Dick about how confused she is, and how much she misses Kris and his fake orange tan. Kris tells us he's confident that Daniele won't screw up their relationship...just as the editors throw up night-vision footage of Nick in bed with Daniele, caressing her face and putting his finger in her mouth. Kris: "It's all about trust." Cue footage of Nick pulling the comforter over his and Daniele's head, and them telling each other how much they've wanted to kiss each other all day, and loud, smacky noises that sure sound a lot like kissing, but maybe they're just in bed, under the covers, eating Jell-O. Kris can't wait for Daniele to come home! Smack smack.
Ugh, time for Julie to talk to Dick. He's happy that he and Daniele are talking, and that she even hugged him. The conversation turns to Nick, and...oh my God. What the...what did Nick do? This is the first good look at him that I've gotten in the episode: sitting in the living room, Nick's hair is slicked back, he's grown a moustache and a flavour saver, and he has the sleeves of his dress shirt rolled up so tight over his biceps that it looks like body paint. It's like from the neck down he's Sonny Crockett, and from the neck up, he's Christopher Walken as The Continental. He's an attractive guy and everything, but he needs to never do any part of what I'm looking at ever again. Anyway, Dick suspects that Nick might be playing Daniele like Mike did Erika last season; if he could evict Nick right now, he would. Why does Dick keep calling people out in front of other houseguests? To keep things out in the open and avoid rumours. He makes a stupid joke about how deep he got into Kail's head, and Julie dismisses him.
More musings: Jen says that Kail is a liability to her now, because she can't tell Kail anything without fearing that it's going to get out to the whole house. Jameka goes along with Mike's talking points by saying that his performance during the Veto Competition proved that a commitment from Mike is good to the end. Daniele derides Kail's "sloppy gameplay," like this is fucking golf or something. Nick thinks Kail could hurt him in the long run. Jameka thinks Kail could help her in the long run. Daniele thinks that Mike is smarter than he gets credit for, and that they should get him out while they can. Blah blah blah.