Blah dee blah, everyone DRs that the next HOH will be huge. Yes. We know.
Thursday. Previously, Amy threw up.
Julie Chen is not wearing ruffles. Julie Chen is wearing a simple, understated black top and black leather pants. Aside from the really, really conspicuous mic wire, Julie looks like a million bucks. Her hair isn't even that big. Totally bizarre. She talks about how Jason has to decide whom to evict, and how he might evict Lisa, in spite of his "schoolboy crush on her." Oh, Julie, don't embarrass the boy like that. Is that necessary?
Danielle DRs that she hopes to make it to the final two with Jason, but that if it's not the two of them, she certainly hopes it will be her and somebody else. Jason, meanwhile, DRs that he would never abandon his ten-week alliance to Danielle. He says, in fact, that if the third person wins HoH in the last week, he'll push for her to take Danielle to the final two. Wow. Danielle certainly does have this kid snowed. However manipulative you think Roddy was, I'm not sure he could have convinced anyone to attempt to eliminate himself one week before the end. You're crazy, Jason. Cute, but crazy.
Lisa is thinking clearly, on the other hand, and she says that she thinks she can't beat Jason, and she's not sure whether she could beat Danielle, but she knows her odds are a heck of a lot better against Danielle. A very good analysis -- she has no way of knowing that most of the evicted houseguests talk about Danielle with great vitriol these days, so I think she underestimates her chances in that face-off. By my count, she beats Danielle in a walk, about 7-3 or so. (Amy, Eric, Roddy, Gerry, Tonya, Marcellas, and Chiara versus Josh, Jason, and Lori, with both Kiki and Lori questionable). But she's at least got her eye on the ball, which is more than one can obviously say for Jason.
Amy DRs that she would keep Danielle with her if it came to that, because she wants Danielle to win. (In case you haven't seen Amy's post-eviction interviews, that feeling did not last once she saw the horrible way Danielle talked about everyone else in the house when they weren't looking.) Amy has gotten to be weirdly endearing with this apple-cheeked routine. Ever since the people who made her feel crappy about herself every day (namely Roddy and Marcellas) left the house, she seems to have just bloomed in this really nice way. Yay, Amy.