Dick and Daniele talk strategy in the yard. They know that with two votes and the veto, they can evict either Jameka, Jessica, or Eric on their own. Daniele notes that Jameka hasn't won anything, which is kind of stupid considering she hasn't been able to participate in half the competitions for the past month. She then hilariously tries to paint Eric's game-play as "dirty, deceitful, and manipulating," as opposed to her and her dad, who I guess have played clean or right or whatever the word is. They kept it real, yo! "I'm not the type of person in life who goes and screws people over," DRs Dick. I...haven't the energy to explain how stupid that is. Daniele's decision? They either have to screw Eric and Jess over...or not. Illuminating!
After the break, it's time for Daniele to do some of that staring at the memory wall that she seems to like so much. This time it's because the producer's told her to, as it's Contemplate Using The Veto time. "My options are absolutely plentiful," she says from the DR. You have three options, dear. Your "plentiful" options top out at three: veto Jess, veto Jameka, don't use the veto. The super-special "veto Jen off the jury and replace her with Nick so as to increase my odds of winning" power hasn't been bestowed on you...yet. Jess DRs that she'd "much rather" see herself vetoed and replaced with Eric, because if one of them is going to get the boot, she'd much rather it be Eric. That is so romantic it should be accompanied by little cartoon bluebirds, you know? Eric continues to delude himself into thinking keeping Jess and booting Jameka is in everyone's best interests rather than just his own.
At the veto ceremony itself, nothing noteworthy happens. Jameka and Jess beg for their lives, Daniele dicks around for a few "dramatic" seconds, and then just as we all figured, she doesn't use the veto. Jameka and Jess DR that they don't want to go home. We'll find out on Thursday, and as an added bonus, we'll get rid of another one of these fools. Probably Zach. Maybe Eric. Certainly not Dick, nor Daniele. Not before we reach the supremely satisfying conclusion to their daddy/daughter drama.
...Almost over now. Almost over.