Chicken George has a guess as well. As the hick music twangs to indicate that he is not to be taken seriously, he tells us that he thinks he remembers a female sheep being called a "ewe." So his answer? "You are expected...to expect...the unexpected." Hee hee hee. Hee! I hate bumpkin humor for the most part, but honest to God, that is the worst answer I ever heard. (So far.) He shares his guess with a few of his housemates, and Danielle cheerfully says, "Okay," secure in the knowledge that it certainly isn't that. Interestingly, she doesn't think to doubt that this is what he said. It will be funny later, believe me.
Howie and Janelle talk in the yellow bedroom. Howie thinks maybe it has something to do with it being "part of a herd." No, Howie. It's not a made-up expression from your team. It's a real expression. Janelle summons James, and asks him what he guessed in the DR. "We won't tell anyone," she says. James tells them that he guessed "pull the wool over your eyes." Blank stares. "You've never heard that phrase at all, have you?" James asks. "No," Janelle says. "No," Howie says. Are you fucking kidding me? They've never heard the phrase "pull the wool over your eyes"? It's like they were born twenty-five years old and living inside an apartment complex, never going outside except to buy suntan oil. James goes on to painstakingly explain what it means. James quite correctly notes in the DR that it's "ironic" that neither Janelle nor Howie knows what that expression even means, while it's happening to them. I suspect it will look ironic to him in some other ways someday.
And now: Will takes a shower. But not just any shower. He explains to us that the house had lost hot water during the veto competition, and the only place there was any hot water was in the sink, for doing dishes. He says that for that reason, he decided to take his shower in the sink. See, they have one of those sprayers, so it's not that difficult. He shrugs in the DR and explains that once he got sitting in the sink, it was "kind of like a bidet." Except people aren't going to eat food out they've washed in the bidet later, not to get all cutesy-tootsy about hygiene at this incredibly late date. Will sits in the sink and sprays down his shorts, looking younger and cuter than he has for most of the season, as Janelle asks him what he's doing. She sits and watches. "Is this turning you on, Janelle?" he asks. "Oh, yeah," she says sarcastically, because what she actually means is, "Oh, yeah." He sprays himself in the face and laughs. She laughs, too. "Janelle, come shower with me in the kitchen!" he says, clearly not serious. She, however, picks up on this and says, "What, do you want to squirt me down or something?" "Maybe," he says, never one to pass up an opportunity once it presents itself. She acts all put-upon, but she walks over to him. That was...not very convincing, lady. You have to at least make him ask you. Will DRs that she pretended not to want to get wet, but then he adds, "Janelle, if you want to get naughty, just tell Big Daddy; you don't have to act all weird about it." Hee. Back in the kitchen, he starts spraying Janelle. "I didn't think you'd really do that!" she lies through her giant teeth. And then, in my favorite part, he holds up the sprayer in this sort of casual way, spraying toward her, while he says, "Come here, I have to tell you a secret." There is spraying, there is laughing, there is getting wet, and then Janelle leans out into the backyard and tells everyone that a pipe burst. Which is pretty funny, actually. He definitely makes her a lot less boring and a lot more enjoyable than she is without him, since when he's around, she's almost as obsessed with him as she usually is with herself. After all, when people have crushes on themselves, it's good to give them another target.