Frank stands before the memory wall in his spiritard on Nomination Day. Joe yells in the DR that he knows it's his time. Dan is nervous about having to trust Mike and Frank, and is worried that he or Danielle might get nominated. Wil basically DRs, "Whatever." Mike talks about the "developments" that have led to a new potential target, meaning Wil, but is worried about Frank's talk about nominating Dan. Frank VOs that one of his nominees isn't going home next week, so he has to make sure it doesn't come back to bite him.
He calls the nomination ceremony, and the people who are safe this week are Britney, Danielle, Shane, Ashley, Jenn, Ian, Dan, and finally Mike. He had me going at the end there. But the nominees are Joe and Wil, as planned. Frank tells the room that Joe was the only one to vote to evict him, and Wil told him a "big ol' fib." Wil complains about hypocrisy in the DR (news flash, Wil: that was a cover story), and Frank DRs that Wil can take his community theater bit back to Kentucky.
Dan DRs that he's actually surprised to not be nominated, though not as offended as Mike was last week. As Dan points out, "You cannot trust a man who calls himself Boogie, bottom line." Joe hollers in the DR, "THIS CHEF IS NOT DONE COOKING YET! REVENGE IS A DISH BEST SERVED COLD." So are you cooking or are you serving it cold, then? For the sake of his professional life, I hope he mixes ingredients better than he mixes metaphors.
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