Tonya says that Danielle got people to do her dirty work, but it's not clear to me what she means. She obviously hates Danielle, but in this game, I'm not sure why anyone wouldn't vote for you because you didn't do your own dirty work. I don't know. Maybe I'm not following. She confuses me. Josh responds by complimenting Danielle's excellent play in the house by pointing out how badly people realized they were being played once they left. This is true, but once again, I have to stress the endgame. If you just want to make the final two, you don't need to worry about votes. But if you want the money, you need a way to get enough votes to win, and Danielle didn't have any plan for that at all.
Sort of apropos of nothing, Lori -- in a weird off-the-shoulder purple peasant top -- says that Danielle is "very dynamic." I never know what people mean by "dynamic." I'd think it's a synonym for "loud," except that no one ever says it about me.
Chiara returns her tray table to the full upright and locked position as the Roddy-Won't-You-Please-Love-Me Redeye takes her from Wackyland to Goofyville. She says that her problem with Danielle was how Danielle talked about Roddy. She thinks, but does not say, "After all, that's my future husband she's talking about." Blah dee blah devil, and so forth. Interestingly, of all the people Danielle was really crappy and mean about, I think Roddy took the least of it. I always got the impression that she said "devil" with a weird kind of grudging respect -- I didn't take it as literally as some of these people do. I think of her as having been much meaner in her talk about Chiara and Amy and Lori and Tonya and Gerry and some of those folks. I think Danielle thought that she and Roddy were mutually respectful worthy adversaries, in a weird way, so I find it really interesting that it is the way she talked about Roddy that's really coming back to bite her.