Anyway, as we see, Janelle nominated George and Erika just like Will told her to. Mike: "Will has done unbelievable work on Janelle using his charisma and sexual magnetism, and miraculously, the two of us are still here." I'd have to say that's the first time I've ever seen a dude talk about his best buddy's "charisma and sexual magnetism." You hardly ever see guys at football games like, "You know, Dave, I bet you could get us a couple of free hot dogs, and all you'd have to do is use a little of that, you know, charisma and sexual magnetism."
Will now explains that for once, he was definitely trying to win the veto competition in order to get rid of Erika, and that he tried so hard he broke his thumb. Mike tells us that Erika probably doesn't know that she saved herself from going home. Janelle says she was "a little disappointed" that Erika got the veto. Our long and dull reliving of the speeded-up week (ironic!) continues as Mike discusses how he obviously knew he'd be put up rather than Will. But of course, George was evicted. "His legacy will live on. He will be sorely missed," Mike says. It's amazing how Mike manages to talk down to anyone, let alone everyone, given who he is. Like...dude, you're on TV, doing nothing, and you know a bunch of other people who have been on TV doing nothing. What am I missing about the fundamental awesomeness of your existence? "Chicken George is the only person in the jury house who I have not blatantly misled and lied to," Will DRs. "I guess you could argue that Chicken George may vote for me if I was in the final two. I, personally, am going to miss him a lot." George leaves, and then we slide to color for the second time, and these are your final four. Erika, Mike, Janelle, Will. Janelle says that it feels like the mom and dad got evicted and "the kids are left all alone at home." It sounds like fun, but when you can't invite anyone ever and all you can eat is oatmeal, it's just not the same.
DR phone call. There's no real joke here, except that Mike and Will are laughing over the fact they're not evicted, which...isn't a joke. It seems just about right that this joke has emptied itself of all hilarity just as the show coughs its way to the finish line. I do like the way Will is kind of holding his thumb up like a dork the entire time, like he has no idea what to do with it.
Janelle tells us that she didn't think she would make it this far, which is completely untrue. She manages to congratulate herself and say that the "odds were against" her, in spite of the fact that she came into the house as a well-known dominant player in competitions who also happened to be part of a four-person alliance. The idea that she can conceive of a universe in which she was the underdog is how you know that the word "underdog" has lost its meaning except as applied to cartoon characters. Anyway, the final four all congratulate themselves as Mike tells us again that the final four is all about "Operation Double Date." He calls Janelle "the buxom blonde," and he calls Erika "Miss Body Pilates." At this point, he still thinks that Operation Double Date is all in fun, of course, and he thinks that rhyming makes him cool.