In Matt's absence, Natalie has turned for guidance to Matthew; that is to say, the book of Matthew in the Bible. She looks up from the book and somehow decides that there is some kind of deep significance in the presence of eight pink curtains in the bedroom. She goes to share this revelation with Sheila, and adds that she's seen a total of seven groups of eight in the house, from significant ones like the sayings on the walls, to obscure ones like groupings of pillows. So there must be an eighth group of eight, right? It only stands to reason. Natalie goes to "study," having completely forgotten that the game started with eight couples. "Eh, all right," Sheila shrugs hilariously from atop the elliptical trainer. Natalie goes and communes with the stuffed deer head in the living room. I refuse to count the points on the antlers.
The next morning, the houseguests are let back in to discover that the table has gotten smaller. Natalie's numerology-driven Spidey sense is again tingling, because now there are eight chairs and eight place settings. It must mean Evel Dick is coming back! Because Evel Dick has eight letters, and he was from Big Brother 8! It's all connected! What makes me insane is that from what Julie told us on Wednesday, we already know that Natalie is right. Even though the way she got there has to be complete bullshit. I've underestimated Natalie: clearly she has eight brain cells.
By the pool table, Natalie and Adam talk about who Adam should nominate. Natalie thinks he should go with Chelsia and James, and that he would be foolish to nominate Sheila, who Natalie figures will go out next week anyway. "Look at the numbers," she exhorts him. Adam bugs his eyes out at her. OMG! His eyeballs are each eight inches wide!
Adam stands before the memory wall, looking at it thoughtfully. James thinks Adam would be stupid to put him up, since James would get revenge "tenfold" if he does. Because that's how world peace happens. Sheila doesn't trust Adam to let go of the shitty way she's treated him. Joshuah is confident in th deal he's made with Adam, and everyone's going to be surprised.