Okay, back to work. Allison and Ryan sit and mope in the kitchen about how Joshuah hates her for no reason. "He just wants to be a hater," Sheila agrees. Sheila, if you're not going to finish the thought, shut up.
Even though he's safe this week, Matt isn’t resting on his laurels, already strategizing on how to win everyone over. For instance, with Josh, he decides to "appeal to his gay side." This seems to mean, to Matt, dancing around shirtless like a big nelly and kissing Josh on the lips. The hell of it is that it works. I can't decide whether it's Matt or Joshuah who's being more insulting to gay men here.
For Ryan, Matt makes the move of being his friend, and offers to campaign for the couple of Ryan's choice to go up against in the upcoming vote. As for Allison, he decides to be emotionally supportive to Allison, assuring her that Ryan isn't as worried as she is about her getting him on the block. He advises her to get on Josh's gay side too. "Gay guys are like women," he says (grrrr!!), and tells Allison to do what she's good at: "stir up some trouble." Because that's worked out so well for her. Of course she loves the idea. I think she likes being told to play to her strengths.
Later, in the kitchen, Sheila complains to Allison about Adam. And then when Adam goes to tell Sheila that it's not looking good for them, Sheila takes umbrage and tells Adam to quit putting her down. She says that she could probably have a better conversation with the wall. So that's what she does, with James in the next room playing the part of the wall, and they all end up laughing together. James DRs that Adam and Sheila's bickering takes the heat off of them. Sheila DRs that she has a love/hate relationship with Adam. I can see that, except for the love.