Even if you're not paying attention, they're careful to underline that she's full of shit by immediately playing a clip of her in the DR, with her little signature smirk, admitting that it was just strategy -- and, basically, that she was using people's basic compassion for a person with family problems to advance herself in the game. Fair? Yes. Admirable? Not really. Anyway, she then goes and tells her dad to stop being an asshole, because it's not good for her game. Not "Gee, Dad, maybe it would be good if you stopped being a homophobic, bigoted piece of shit," but just, "Gee, Dad, this might not be good for my game." And at that point, she pretty much is responsible, because...put up or shut up, lady. If you're going to play all boo-hoo with everybody about how hard it is to live with him and how pitiable you are because America sees that he's your dad, and then you're going to go and basically tell him you didn't mean it? Yeah, I'm kind of done feeling bad for you, which I tried to do for a while, because your dad really does suck, and that's a bad beat. But it seems that you suck also, all on your own.
After the commercials, we watch as Dustin stupidly offers to go up on the block against whichever person isn't vetoed, assuming Dick vetoes someone. This, of course, is incredibly foolish to a level I'd have to declare "classic," because Eric doesn't control his own vote, and we don't know where Jen and Zach's questionable minds are, and in the event Jen and Zach aren't where you'd like them to be and Eric gets the wrong instructions from America...well. You know. That's a tie, and...then what?