So Britney runs down to talk to Frank and Boogie. This is getting kind of good, right? Boogie gets even grosser than usual and starts calling Britney sweetheart and honey and I just want to punch his stupid face. Britney has more restraint than me because she tells them that multiple people that she trusts told her that Boogie and Frank were going to target her and Shane if they won, and she shared that with Shane, who INDEPENDENTLY made his nominations. Frank isn't buying that Britney wasn't pulling the strings, and Britney points out that if Shane wins the money, she doesn't get any, so why would she prop him up. That argument doesn't make much sense but Britney is grasping at straws.
Shane joins them. Why? Stay out of it, Shane. Britney tells him basically that, and Shane leaves. Heh. Boogie just wants to call it a day and go to war with Britney. Frank seems a little more open to talking about it, but wants Britney to reveal her source. Notice that he's not saying that they never planned to nominate Britney or Shane. That's pretty telling. I don't know why Britney doesn't press that point. Frank is pretty sure it's Dan, but Britney won't confirm it. Because it was totally Ian.
Another meeting between Britney and Shane. She lays the guilt trip on him for throwing her under the bus. Shane claims he didn't (he totally did) and wonders what he could have done differently. Britney suggests that he could have taken responsibility for his nominations himself, like a big boy, but Shane says that he's already a big target and that would make it worse, and he couldn't deflect to anyone else without revealing their secret alliance. I still think my flattery strategy would work. Plus, they have the numbers with their secret alliance, right? So why does Shane give a shit if Boogie and Frank target him? Grow a pair, dude. Shane says that he still has Britney's best intentions at heart, and he hopes he can prove that to her. Britney DRs that she's got to learn to control Shane a little better. Word, girl.
Ian joins Frank and Boogie, and they claim that Dan was the mastermind behind the nominations. Ian pretends to be shocked to hear all of this, since he was the actual mole. I don't love everything about Ian, but I will love it if he is the architect of Boogie's eviction.
Boogie and Dan have a conversation about what happened. Boogie DRs that his alliance is gone and he's pretty sure that Dan is the one that turned on him. Boogie tells Dan that they could have taken out anyone last week, and they took out Wil, who was a non-entity. Dan DRs that he doesn't want to say too much for fear of outing Ian as the mole. His only defense to Boogie is that if he was going to make a big move, he'd be upfront about it. Boogie wants to have this conversation in front of Britney, and he wants Frank to be there too. Let's just hope that Shane lets Dan and Britney do the talking.