Let's move on to the relatively straightforward subplot of Ronnie trying to line up the votes to stay. He says he's got Jessie, Natalie and Chima on his side, but he might be able to talk Jordan into giving him a "sympathy vote," by not letting her know it would be enough to swing it. Good luck with your Jedi mind tricks, Ronnie.
Jeff and Jordan have their first make-out session in the night-vision cameras in the pool room, and Ronnie walks in, possibly unaware of what's going on, already making his case to Jordan. "I am a humble winner and gracious loser, and I try to handle everything with class." And then he farts. I am not making this up. He keeps talking, and Jeff makes a big show of not calling him a cockblocker in the DR, even though he clearly wants to. Better luck next week, Jeff.
Julie gets the houseguests on the viewscreen for the group interview. She comments on Lydia's freaky eye makeup, and for a take on the fight between Chima and Russell, she asks... Jordan, for some reason. Jordan says she just wanted to stay out of the way. Mission accomplished. Julie then asks Michele to describe the mood in the house. Michele says it's tense, of course, because it's never not. Even Julie asks if it's ever otherwise, like, hey, you asked the obvious question, lady. Julie asks Jessie about his first turn at being a Have-Not and living on slop, squid and squash, and gets a pretty flat answer. Even Jessie is bored with the question.