Meanwhile, the long-absent Joe and Shane hole up in a bedroom together to share their mutual confusion and trust (well, Joe's trust of Shane). We're reminded that Joe swore allegiance to Shane last week during the latter's HoH reign, and is following through by agreeing to vote this week however Shane wants him to. Shane breaks down the five votes this week: Ian will vote to keep Britney, Jenn and Dan will vote to keep Danielle, so Shane and Joe represent a swing pair of votes. And Joe says it's Shane's call.
So now it's time for the group Chenterview. Julie asks Ian about the mood in the house now, which Ian says has improved, but is more tense than a few weeks ago. Frank just grins out from his carrot costume. Julie asks Jenn about her decision to use the Veto on Dan, which Jenn says was the most "brutal" decision she's made thus far. More brutal than all the other none? Julie then tells Dan that this is the first time she's ever seen someone survive their own funeral. Dan humbly talks about his debt to Jenn for saving him, and even mentions that it's his birthday on Saturday. Julie then calls out Shane for all the crying he did during Dan's funeral, and he makes some lame excuses about getting caught up in the moment. Well, that group Chenterview came closer to actually revealing stuff than I've seen it do in a long time, if ever. Julie signs off with them and reveals that the Twitter poll is currently 48-52 in favor of punishment. I'm disappointed. That punishment percentage should be three times higher.