Holy shit, that was just the first fifteen minutes. Hardly a DR in it! That's no way to do a live show! Where's my filler?
Oh, here it is: Julie throws to houseguests' DR thoughts on the nominees. Daniele says that Kail is a mess. She hasn't shown herself "to be good at anything in the house" (uh, she's been HoH more times than you, sweetheart) and "[giggle!]" she walks around like she's going to kill herself. I'm seriously not sure she's not talking about Amber. Dick is in standard DR pose (right knee up, right elbow resting on it, because he's too nonconformist to sit in a chair the conventional way, narc!) as he says that because of Daniele, he wants Nick to go. Jen doesn't see any reason for Nick to stay, since he's rude and is of no help to her. Amber (crying) thinks Nick is great, and maybe if he's gone, she won't depend on anyone, and somehow, this will make her quit crying all the time. She suspects that if she can't put a lid on the crying, it's going to come back and bite her in the ass. Um, you might want to check it for tooth marks now, because even if you stopped now, the memories and soggy pillows remain.
Spotlight on Nick! In the gym, Amber walks on the treadmill as Nick says he thinks he has the votes to stay, though he's not going to campaign. He says that he must be nominated for a reason, and asks whether there's a consensus that he should be evicted. Amber says that there are a lot of people who don't want to tell him the truth because they don't want to look bad. Present company excluded? Nick muses that he thinks he'd be able to count on votes from Amber, Jameka, and Daniele: "Zach, just because he's always hanging around me." Oh, that's nice. He also thinks he can depend on votes from Dick, and maybe Jessica because she hates Kail so much. Amber nods. Nick is going to be very disappointed. Nick wraps it up by saying that "it's all up in the air" and adding a "whatever" so we know this whole thing is, like, totally beneath him anyway. He leaves, but not before exchanging more "I love you"s with Amber. SERIOUSLY? You've known each other a month. Get a grip.
Hello, filler! Eric gets a fauxhawk. Eric wants Nick to go. Eric is apparently insecure about his body -- and, as a splitscreen of him against Nick demonstrates, he should be. At least as compared to Nick.
America's Player. Apparently the nation wants Eric to vote Kail. Eric is disappointed that America doesn't value his strategic input, but he'll do what he can.
HoH room. In bed with Jessica, Eric announces that he can't stand Kail. "Me too!" squeals Jessica. He continues in this vein for a while. It's not subtle, but consider his audience.