Time for America's Choice. This week, the question is which houseguest America wants to have an Internet chat with. When they learn what the question is, the houseguests all sit around and have a boring conversation about who will win. Then, before the actual winner is announced, they are all brought into the house, where printouts of their fan sites have been set out for them. As Jessica and Wing accurately pointed out last year at this time, they do not show them their TWoP threads, because those involved are afraid to smell what the posters are cooking. Or something. Man, I didn't even know Danielle had a fan site. Who would make a fan site for Danielle? Anyway, Danielle is especially impressed that at least one lesbian has expressed that she finds Danielle hot. Jason's site looks like it came from the wall of a bordello. It's like the internet equivalent of a black velvet Elvis. You know, speaking of how we were horribly overlooked, I have to say, the saddest thing about recapping reality shows is that we never get shout-outs. Never. No characters named after us getting into car accidents, no characters named after us dying humiliating deaths, no megalomaniacal writer/producers spending entire episodes spiting us, no interjections in our honor...pitiful.
At any rate, it is revealed that Lisa has won America's Choice, and she heads into the HoH room for her chat. Everyone asks boring questions. The only interesting part is that Eric shows up at the end to say...well, "hi." Oh, and she says that her favorite memory of the house is "when Eric spelled 'hi' in [her] peanut butter," and I cannot tell you how much I don't want or need to know what the hell that's about. ["I seem to recall from the live feed recaps that he made her toast and used his finger to spell 'hi' on it." -- Wing Chun] She's happy to know that Eric doesn't hate her for voting him out of the house. After the chat, she runs outside to tell the other houseguests about her chat, although her running is a bit slowed by the fact that she has to hold both the front and the back of her tube top, which seems to be made out of a Uconn t-shirt, to keep it from falling down. She arrives at the table fully clothed. They are all excited for her that Eric showed up. She is positively giddy, and while it should be annoying, it's sort of cute, because she's turned out to really be a relatively nice girl.