Dan and Ian hang out in the HoH room and chat about Dan's brother-in-law's OCD -- and also Ian's, which Dan has sort of freelance diagnosed. Ian says he's actually got something more like ADHD, which makes him feel the need to always be moving to deal with his kind of internal rattling. I'm sure this is meant to be a touching moment, but all I can think of is how Dan is eventually going to manipulate Ian into having to stand still for some crucial competition someday.
Time for the PoV drawing, and with only seven people still in the house, there'll be only one person sitting it out. Ian, Frank, and Jenn are playing automatically, as the HoH and nominees always do. Frank is hoping Dan and Danielle will be in the competition because he still thinks they're his allies. Ian draws Dan's name, Frank draws Danielle's (careful what you wish for, Frank), and Jenn draws Joe's name. That leaves only Shane out, while Joe looks pleased to be in the game, even if it's only going to be for a matter of seconds.
Frank tries to cheer up Jenn, who's on slop for the duration (thanks to the punishment she took in last week's Veto competition, which of course ended up benefiting Dan, always Dan) and is feeling bad about being nominated against her one ally. Frank tries to spin a positive scenario in which Joe goes home, like he isn't currently plotting with Dan to keep Jenn on the block in order to keep Dan off it, even as Dan's plotting Frank's demise. How has this doofus lasted so long in this game?
Frank's next visit is to Dan, although Frank is temporarily unrecognizable with all his hair under a bandanna. "We can control who wins this thing," Dan whispers, which is his way of saying, "You should let me win this thing." Frank's worried about what might happen if he stays on the block, but also worried about Dan being his replacement. Even in the DR, Frank seems to think this is a tough decision (it's not). But he tells Dan to win PoV, rescue Jenn from the block, and watch Ian put Joe in her place, whereupon Frank thinks Joe will go home. Dan all but sneers at Frank's gullibility in the DR, along with a viewing audience of dozens. But to Frank's face, he swears not to vote him out. Good thing there's no lightning in the house.