I'm over it. Over in the HoH, Hardy's putting the keys in the Box of Fate. No one should assume they're safe, he says, "because you cross [him], and you'll be at the top of [his] hit list, no matter who you are."
So, naturally, everyone is all nervous about the nominations and shit. Mike and Hardy talk about their prospective deal: Hardy repeats that it's a one-time-only thing. He's putting this week in Mike's hands. "If you tell me no, I'm going to put you up. If you say yes, I won't," he says. Later, Mike tells Chill Town about the deal on the table. They talk animatedly, but it all comes down to the fact that they have no idea what Hardy's doing or what any of this means. But they don't like it. Whatever it is.
Scary Night Vision: Kent and Bunky speculate that Hardy has the hots for Krista, and that it's affecting his strategy. "You think Hardy's thinking with his lower brain?" Bunky gasps. "He may be," Kent responds thoughtfully. "You're a straight man. Talk to him! Smack him out of it!" Bunky suggests.
At long last, Mike informs Hardy that he can't go through with the deal. He offers, in fact, to sacrifice himself, and go up against, say, Bunky, and offers Hardy immunity from Chill Town in exchange. Hardy doesn't "want a package deal." Mike half-heartedly tries to convince Hardy that it's in his best interest to get rid of some "more likable" people, instead of the Chill Towners. "If it comes down to you and a likable person..." Mike says, and grimaces. "Are you saying I'm not likable?" Hardy asks. "No, you're likable," Mike backtracks. "There are just more likable people in the house." At last, Mike admits that making a deal with Hardy seems disloyal to the other Chill Towners, and he has to decline out of respect for them. "That's cool," Hardy says. They shake hands manfully.