When we come back from commercial, now it's time for Julie to chat with Janelle, who has taken over the HoH room. Julie asks Janelle how the co-HoH thing affected her. She says that she didn't want to put names out at first. Julie asks about the tight bond between the S6 group. Janelle calls her group "dominant." She goes on to say that, basically, she trusts Kaysar and Howie and just kind of hopes that James is actually with them. Heh. I think that's probably the right call. Julie sends boring Janelle back to the living room.
Now, it's time to excoriate Alison for being a ho, because clearly, that is totally the point. It's not whether she's tricky, or smart, or anything else -- it's about sexual morality, as it always is. "Who is the real Alison?" Julie wonders. To my surprise, we open with a quote from Justin, in which he says she's "an All-Star in every sense of the word" and played "nearly flawlessly" in her season. And then the music turns frumpy, and her boyfriend Jason from home -- who I think might be a doctor, given the white coat, stethoscope around his neck, and anatomical diagrams on the wall -- takes over. He insists that her naughty image is just not who she really is. And then he reaches through the screen and checks your reflexes. Because he's a doctor. Justin chuckles that Alison is always "going to work" when she crawls into bed with guys on the show. He adds that being in shape is "calculated" for her: "That's her main weapon." Jason the Doctor says that if she's being bad, it's not "conducive" to his relationship with her, because if she wants to stay with him, she has to "not do certain things." We switch to Alison Gone Wild clips in which she dances (shameful!) and wiggles (the hussy!) and makes a random comment about letting somebody squeeze her boobs for a vote. I'm pretty sure Howie probably asked that, but it's nice of them to make it look like it was a random, free-floating offer on her part. Justin thinks that Alison's plan to play with integrity is "a crock." Jason insists that Alison has changed, and now, she can play "without compromising her morals or her integrity." There's lots of record-needle-scratching, because that's still funny, lo these many years after Ally McBeal. And then Jason says, "You can see this girl as the next President of the United States, no question." I don't know. Probably not the next one. Maybe the one after that. Irwin in 2012!