It's tomorrow. Wednesday. Nothing. Happens. Wednesday. First, the "previously" segment takes a hundred years. When we finally get into the show, Will approaches It'sOnica back on the patio and tells her "that was the best nomination speech [he's] ever heard." He's such a kiss-ass. I love it!
In the Diary Room, Nicole is "flabbergasted and disgusted that Will may place in first or second. That lying, deceivious [sic] asshole of the planet who lost every competition on purpose and thinks it's funny. Because we're all stupid enough." Why, yes, that's all correct!
Nicole and Hardly mope. Well, mostly Nicole mopes. Hardly whines that Will didn't adhere to "the spirit" of their agreement. How can this surprise them? In the Big Blue Chair of Prospering Liars, Will grins: "[Hardly] and Nicole should have evicted me last week. I don't think that's any secret. Anyone who believes me at this point is dumb."
More moping. Hardly says that his first instinct was to "crush [Will] with everything he's got," and then tries to comfort Nicole by saying that Will is going to be out "on the street" one day. Not with that half million he's going to win, he's not.
Big Blue Chair of Despair. Nicole sobs. Man, she is no fun at all, is she? She lies in bed and cries and cries and cries and cries.
Eventually, Nicole dries her tears, looks into the camera in the bedroom, and addresses Jeff, insisting that she did nothing untoward in the hot tub. She sounds more pissed off than apologetic, really.
More crying from Nicole. Will sits on the side of bed and comforts her, telling her that she can't leave the house voluntarily. He pats her. She sobs. In the Diary Room, Will tells us that he needs Nicole to stay in the house, strategy-wise; he adds that he's "read about" being considerate, and he thinks he's going to try it. And he does a pretty good job, convincing Nicole that somehow she's going to leave the house in at least second place. Will tells the camera that he really needs to have the choice of voting out Hardly or Nicole; if she leaves voluntarily, she'll take that power from him. In her bed, Nicole sobs and sobs and swears and sobs.