If it's late in Sunday's episode, it must be nomination day. Dan brags in the DR that we saw him host his own funeral and swear allegiance to Frank, but now he's hosting Frank's funeral and swearing allegiance to the Quack Pack. Frank is partly expecting to be nominated by Ian, but partly not. Jenn is still congratulating herself on her move last week, because it was the only one she's made all summer. Ian VOs about how he's always dreamed about loading up the key box, but it's turning out to be a difficult decision.
When he convenes the nomination ceremony, the people who are safe are as follows: Shane, Danielle, Joe, and Dan, leaving Jenn and Frank as the nominees, as planned. Tough decision, all right. Ian tells Frank how much he respects him as a competitor, but he's a huge threat. Ian then says Jenn's a threat after having played a "remarkable social game," which is the best lying Ian's done all season.
In the DR, Frank is philosophical about being nominated again, calling it another day at the office. Ian DRs that his nominations are 99% strategy and 1% vengeance. Interesting how they overlap 100%, then. Jenn says people underestimated her, but she proved them all wrong last week with her "huge move," and she can do it again. Can she spend the whole week talking about it again as well? As for Dan, he's happy in the DR about the Quack Pack being back in power. Probably because he's back in it, after deliberately blowing it up last week. "This fully completes my rise from the dead!" he says. Of course, he still doesn't know about the double eviction that's coming up this week. And apparently, neither does the narrator.
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