What did America choose to give the houseguests instead of a massage chair or a pull-up bar? Will and Nicole are both right when they guess "toaster."
Next, both Nicole and Will remember that Krusta is under the misguided impression that mushrooms are fruit.
Nicole still leads the competition by one point. The penultimate question involves the key-sliding HoH competition, and, again, both Will and Nicole are correct when they recall that Monica is the houseguest who slid her key off the edge of the table. Behind them, Monica makes a face.
The last question. Julie tells Will that he has the opportunity to tie it up. "Or lose it," Will snarks. Julie giggles. The question is regarding the "Dirty Dozen" competition in the first week. "Who was the first contestant wearing a bikini to jump into the mud?" Julie asks. Because both Will and Nicole get the answer (Mike) correct, Nicole wins. Not surprisingly, she's very unhappy about this, and whines about it for about a year. Dude, if she really didn't want to win this competition, then it's quite easy to lose it. Just throw the damn thing. Jesus. Anyway, Julie gives Will and Monica one last chance to appeal to Nicole to keep them in the house. Monica just tells Nicole that she's leaving the choice up to her. Will tells Nicole that he can't say anything she hasn't already heard. "Admit that you're the devil," Nicole snips. "There are times when you haven't been happy with me, I admit that," Will calmly responds. Then Nicole complains about winning some more. Hi, Nicole? You could have answered every single question wrong if you'd wanted to. So shut up. She tells Julie she's "too competitive" to throw the competition. Well, then, cram it.
Nicole is called into the Diary Room to talk about the upcoming eviction. Her pants are actually really cute; low slung, red, held up by a black belt with a sparkly buckle. Funky pants notwithstanding, Nicole is a wreck, as usual. In the Diary Room, she complains for hours as Julie bites the inside of her cheek to keep from falling asleep. She complains about Jeff, and says she's "worried about the nation," and that it's been so hard to support Monica (like Monica isn't having a horrible time herself), yada yada yada it's been a terrible weekcakes. Well, that's true. Everyone had a terrible week. In fact, I'm going to go out on a limb and say that pretty much everyone I know has had a rotten summer. But how rude is it to complain about how hard it is to be supportive of Monica, when Monica's the one who lost a loved one? Way to count your blessings, Nicole. Anyway, Nicole tells Julie that she didn't think she'd make it this far, although she thought she'd maybe make it to the middle point of the game. She admits that halfway through her stay in the house, she got sort of carried away with all the strategic aggressive backstaberry, but now she just feels really emotional. She's really nervous, she says, and she feels like she's going to vomit. Julie expresses no sympathy, but just sends her back to the living room to kick one of her housemates out on his or her ass.