Outside, Nakomis and Alison talk, and Nakomis says that she doesn't even know what the status of all the scheming is. She'd like to work with Alison and Diane, as Alison suggests, "but, like, real quiet." Alison agrees, because there's nothing she does better than "real quiet." Nakomis says that the entire game is apparently going to be "very shady."
Upstairs in the HoH room, Danielle is reassuring Janelle that she's not going after the S6 group. Janelle says that she believes it. Danielle DRs that she's trying to be quieter this time around, because "everyone knows [she's] smart." I could use a little less conversation and a little more action on the front of Danielle being really smart. She also says, though, that she's going to be "very raw and real." In other words, "nasty, in a way I will try to pass off as -- you guessed it -- a symptom of my greatness." Janelle promises Danielle that on her side are Kaysar, James, Howie, and Erika. "Do I have Marcellas?" Danielle wonders. Janelle says that she's not sure. Danielle says that Chicken George shook on it with her that he'd give her his vote. She also thinks that Will and Mike will vote with her. Or, more to the point, against Alison.
Outside, Jase chats with Will and Mike. Will asks whom Jase wants to vote out, and Jase claims not to be sure. Will says that Alison is disliked, while Danielle is liked, and that if they kept Alison, she could "fight Janelle for [them]." Mike, wearing the "2 Hype" visor from his fake-boy-band days, tells us that if Alison stays, there will be major cat fighting between Alison and Janelle. Which would be called, if they were boys, "an epic battle," but because they are girls, will be called a "cat fight." Mike does this complete with cat noises. There's something about Mike that just encapsulates the sadness and soul-suckingness of the ex-reality-"star" culture.
Jase passes Alison somewhere in the house, and he tells her that she has votes from Diane, Nakomis, Will, and Mike. You'll notice that leaves her one short of the tie. Jase says that they're trying to save her and he'll talk to her later. Alison then goes and talks to Diane, and they discuss the matter of Marcellas, who Diane is just sure will not vote to keep Danielle. Diane thinks that in particular, if Alison can get to five votes, Marcellas will be the sixth and vote Danielle out. That seems like a decent analysis of Marcellas's personality -- he'd love to be the one responsible for being the decisive vote. So Alison wants to get James and/or George. Diane warns Alison that once it looks like it's going to swing one way, people will vote with the majority.