As for Frank, he admits that he hasn't always trusted Dan, but will never doubt him again if he comes through for him now. Dan himself tells us that he's in two alliances and can do whatever he wants. Which, alas, seems to include Dan walking around the house in his underwear a lot after the competition. After congratulating his half-naked self in the storage room, he goes up to Ian and they make a Renegade-style pledge to take each other to the final two. So that's Ian, Danielle, and Frank that Dan has current final-two deals with. At least one of them is going to be disappointed in the end. Dan reminds us that he was loyal and honest to one person last time, but this time he's doing whatever it takes to win. Which, last time, was being honest and loyal. I'm just saying.
Dan talks to Frank about what he's going to do. "Obviously you know I can't use it on you, right?" he tells Frank, who eagerly agrees, because he wants to keep his secret (and, unbeknownst to him, no longer extant) alliance with Dan under wraps, whereas if Dan saves Jenn, it can be under cover of returning a favor. Dan tells Frank he just needs to find out who Ian will put up in her place.
Dan does go to Ian, but it's to give Ian the idea, Inception-style, that Jenn needs to be vetoed, because if that doesn't happen, Frank and Jenn will realize he's no longer on their side. Dan and Ian run through the various scenarios, at the end of which Ian ends up planning to put up Joe in Jenn's place. "My master plan is working!" Dan beams in the DR. And then later, Frank finds Dan and reinforces that this is the best plan...for Dan. "Are you crazy? Do you know what's about to happen to you?" Dan rhetorically asks Frank in the DR. Clearly he doesn't.
Dan then has a quiet talk with Jenn in which he says he plans to veto her against Ian's wishes (only half of which is true) and then wonders what they should do if it's Frank against Joe. "Vote Joe out," Jenn says, repressing her "duh" face as much as she can. And then Dan oversells it a bit, telling her he hopes she can trust him. And since she'll owe him, she'd better. I'm pretty sure he just made a final-two deal with her, too. Who's left, anyway?
Pre-veto meeting, Dan talks about his sweet position after his near-death experience last week, Frank DRs about the paramount importance of keeping his (now one-sided, unbeknownst to Frank) alliance with Dan secret. It's not an Enigma machine, Frank, jeez. "IT WILL BE ONE LONG, GRUELING, TIRING WEEK IF I END UP ON THE BLOCK TODAY," Joe DRs. Yes, for all of us. Ian also wants to keep his alliance with Dan secret. Dan finally convenes the PoV meeting, and remembers to let the nominees speak in their defense like so few Veto holders have this season (not that I mind when they skip it; it keeps things moving along faster).