Jason's HoH private interview goes much like everyone else's, with a few exceptions. He actually manages to say something interesting, because he truly believes that Roddy is his ally, and has protected him in the past. Which I don't think happened. For instance, Jason believes that when Gerry was HoH, Gerry wanted to put Jason up, and Roddy convinced him not to. WHAT? Oh, dear. Gerry was so focused on the couples' alliance at that point, I don't think he would ever have nominated anybody else. And why would Jason take Roddy's word for that? Man. I admit, this particular HoH interview was worthwhile. Who knew Jason was this dippy? I mean, this kind of dippy, and to this extent? Also, Jason's hair has weird highlights. Shut up, Jason's hair.
Again with the voting. Roddy and Danielle talk about their votes, and it's all supposed to sound vaguely ambiguous, and once again, we don't see any actual voting.
Oh, look. It's Eric. He's found his way back to the firehouse, where he is hanging around with his buddies and supposedly thinking about Lisa. We get to see some green-and-white vintage quasi-porn as Eric explains that the guys in the firehouse were glad to hear that it wasn't just a fling with Lisa. I would think the guys in the firehouse might have liked to hear the opposite, but what do I know? In trying to explain exactly what went on between himself and Lisa, Eric comments, "We familiarized ourselves with each other's body." Lovely. Hell with plurals! This is true love! We share a body! One body! And a damn good body it is, too! He talks about how sad he was when he left the house, because he wasn't sure she actually liked him, as opposed to pretending to like him for strategic reasons. (Happens to me all the time.) Furthermore, he wasn't too thrilled when she actually voted not to let him back in the house, but he insists all is forgiven. Mostly because it wouldn't have mattered, which is interesting. It seems strange to condition whether he's going to be understanding about the implications of strategy based on something that has nothing to do with Lisa -- namely, how everyone else voted. He does say, in the end, that he understands. Eric at the fire station, and Lisa in the DR both say that they look forward to a little quality time once they're out of the house.