Afterward, Kevin congratulates Jeff in the store room, and says he'd like to be taken off the block. Jeff says he might get his wish. After he leaves, Michele also congratulates Jeff, although she remembers to play it cool enough to say that it didn't matter which of the two of them won. Which of course is why Jeff employed psychological warfare.
Michele and Russell have a short, whispered conversation, saying they need to close the file on Natalie and Kevin, but Russell vows in the DR that if he gets nominated, "There will be hell in this house." You don't think Russell would lose his temper, do you?
Jordan reports to Jeff that she's been praying on it (thanks for making a contribution, Jordan), and it's time to break up Russell and Michele. All Jeff will say is that he has a couple of days to think about it. But Jeff! God said!
Jeff meets with Natalie and Kevin about the plan, and they both promise him that they won't put him up, which means Michele and Jordan will go up, not that Jeff is worried about that right now. Jeff thinks about it, unaware that Kevin and Natalie agree that they'll have to nominate Jeff the following week, whatever they said. But what happens when Jeff figures that out? Well, it'll be too late, so fuck it.
Pouting into the middle distance with Michele, Russell is getting surly and pissy about what Jeff is doing, whether he nominates one of them or not. Russell warns Michele that if one of them goes up, he'll go off. "You thought Chima was bad?" Yes, but only because she was. What's Russell going to do to top Chima's exit? Get himself shot by security? That would certainly teach Jeff a lesson, wouldn't it?
Up in the HoH room, Jordan says she's going to give Jeff his "space," but then doesn't go. Jeff thinks she's acting weird, and assures her that she's not getting on his nerves, like he can tell she thinks she is. She acts like this is some major insight, and is deeply moved that he can peer into her innermost workings and understand what's going on in there. As though she's a Swiss watch or some mysterious puzzle instead of a puzzle that looks like this. And, of course, she still doesn't leave. Looks like they've made up. But then, when they turn off the lights, we can see their creepy glowing eyes in the night-vision cameras. That's how we know it's all better now.