After commercials, it's time, for some reason, for a clips package on Jen. She's still in her unitard as Dick tells her, outside, that the way she flaunts her body makes her seem shallow, and asks how the people who know her would respond to the way she's acting in the house. She replies that they're probably asking each other, "Who is that?" Then we meet Anita, Jen's mom, who looks pretty young to have a kid Jen's age. "When Jennifer was a kid, she was not like that," says Anita. ...Uh, I hope not. It's kind of upsetting to think that a nine-year-old would wear a unitard as a halter. We get a high-school yearbook photo of Jen featuring her original nose as Anita says that Jen got straight "A"s in high school and took a double major in college -- Early Childhood Education and Architecture, because Jen plans to get a job designing day care centers, I guess? (Anita doesn't say whether Jen graduated, though.) Anita adds that she thinks Jen made a bad first impression in the house. Jen cries about her picture on the wall in the house...and then Kara, Jen's own Karl Rove, explains that she was upset because Jen is a model, and that her photos are her livelihood. We get a few shots from Jen's portfolio (which prove, at least, that she can probably count on an FHM spread once she's out of the house). We see Jen, in the HoH room, taking down a totally normal candid shot of Jen with Anita...and then Anita admits that seeing that hurt her feelings, and that Jen is sometimes too concerned about appearances. That's very insightful, Anita. It's the kind of observation one could only make about Jen after observing her for...oh, ninety seconds would probably do it. Back to the initial conversation with Dick: he thinks Jen should let people see how smart she is, and she says it doesn't hurt her for people to think she's dumb. Oh, the classic defense of the dumb Big Brother contestant -- faking it!
Almost voting time. Mike? Well, Mike is great. In case you hadn't heard, he would like you to know that. Mike risked his own security in the house because he believes so much in honesty and integrity. He kind of undercuts his case here by adding that he did what he did so that they all could see him do it...but anyway, he drones on so long that Julie has to get out her big cane, and he wraps it up by saying that if they do vote him out, he'll walk out with "absolute dignity," hoping that he's "enlightened" and "inspired" his fellow houseguests. Oh, Mike. You had me (briefly), and then you lost me forever. You're a dink. Kail? She practically starts crying already as she says how much she values her friendships with everyone and that they'll all be bonded for life because of this experience. If she's "blessed" to stay in the house, she will look forward to deepening their friendships. I'm paraphrasing, by the way, because what Kail actually says is all over the fucking map and only barely coherent.