Now here's the thing. For anyone who still thinks that Danielle has never been anything but loyal to Jason, consider this. Why would she have been unclear with Lisa? It made no difference in who was evicted, because Danielle knew that Jason would do what Danielle wanted in breaking the tie. The only differences between this outcome and the outcome where Danielle and Lisa both vote out Marcellas are that Lisa's vote against Amy is revealed, and Jason's vote against Marcellas is forced. What would have protected Jason best this week was to communicate clearly with Lisa that she wanted Marcellas out if he didn't veto himself, so that Jason wouldn't have to cast a vote at all. Danielle confused Lisa, in my opinion, to make Jason look bad. She knows that her odds against him in a final are very bad, but this maneuver gets her a possible vote in a final against Lisa (Amy's) and a possible vote in a final against Jason (Marcellas's -- he may hate her, but he seems angrier at Jason, and now at least he has to hate them both equally). So I don't really think she acted in Jason's interests here. Not that Jason seems to mind. Or notice. And if you don't believe me, consider that Jason appears to have asked Lisa during the HoH competition whom she voted for. Of course, this could have been for Lisa's benefit, but it also may mean that Jason didn't know Danielle was planning to spring the tie, either. See? I'm not so sure Danielle is playing to protect Jason, no matter what she may insist.
Danielle reassures Lisa in the bathroom that the whole débacle is nothing to worry about. Lisa is unconvinced. I think she's receiving secret messages through her exposed cleavage, which acts as a radio.
Julie Chen -- wait a minute, Julie Chen? It's Saturday! Doesn't Julie have something else she's supposed to be doing? Doesn't her family miss her? Did she fly to L.A. just for this? I guess not, because resplendent in her lavender sleeveless turtleneck, she's calling out to the houseguests, who are sitting in the yard and are quite surprised to hear her chipper voice. Time for the luxury competition, she announces. This is the Luxury Competition of Vile Betrayers, and the way it starts is that four cell phones have been placed around the house, and the houseguests are each to go run and get one. When they've done that, Julie tells them that they have each won a $1000 gift to send to a loved one and the chance to get a three-minute cell-phone call. They're all happy, but they know this isn't over. Even for these people, it would take a lot to consider finding a cell phone in a house that size in two minutes very challenging. Next, they each have to go into the diary room, one by one. Danielle goes in first. If you saw the peanut-butter-jar food competition last year, you'll understand basically how this works, but the deal is that each of them learns that they have a chance to win $5000 in addition to the prize and the call -- but if they take it, it means that everyone else in the house gets nothing. If more than one person accepts the offer, then who wins is determined by who has the lowest random number on the bottom of his or her cell phone. Danielle makes it clear that of course she wouldn't take the money at the expense of her housemates, except that she knows Amy will anyway. Ah, flogging Amy: it's the new black. She says that of course, neither Lisa nor Jason would take the money. But she's sure Amy will, so Danielle jumps on it.