Question and answer time. Sheryl asks Nicole to convince her that she should be the winner. Nicole says that she was as considerate as possible and "as truthful as I was allowed to be to stay in the game. I was more truthful than him [sic]." She points at poor beleaguered Will. Everyone, especially Monica, makes a face at this response. Will tells Sheryl that he doesn't have a great answer to that question. He came in the house to "mix things up," he says, and he did that.
Autumn and her whack-ass Barbie hair asks Will "what qualifies [him] to judge others." Oh, get over it, Autumn. Will, amusingly, responds that there are a "multitude of things" which allow him to be so judgmental. Mostly, he says, it's because he's just so smart. Autumn has no response that I can gauge from underneath that wig, and turns to Nicole, asking to whom she's been loyal. Nicole says some stuff about being as loyal as she could be to Autumn, Bunky, and Hardly. They all make disgusted faces. Shannon asks Nicole whether she feels that Chill Town was more evil than she was. "I don't know that I was evil," Nicole stutters. Shannon rolls her eyes, and asks Will where he sees himself in six months. "With you, painting the master bedroom of a cute little beach house," Will says. "Oh, he's the master," Mike crows at this, as Shannon grins. Before I make it completely clear that Will is more than welcome to paint the bedroom of my little beach house (okay, it's an apartment. But I can see the beach! If I get in the car and drive over the hill. But still!), I'd like to point out that Krusta is literally riding Mike Boogie right now. I don't know what's going on there, but it's very misguided. Mike asks whether Will is willing to finance 2Hype's first video. Will agrees to back 2Hype completely. Mike's next hard-hitting question involves Nicole's recipe for fried rice, which she offers to come over and make for him. Wow, if Julie Chen doesn't want to work on Big Brother 3 (should such a thing come about), Mike is a shoo-in! Except for the part where the viewing audience hates him, and no one would watch because of an all-consuming fear that he would rap.
Kent asks Nicole whether she's "ashamed." She tells him that she's ashamed of throwing HoH the week that Kent was due for eviction, but reminds him that she threw that competition only because she "didn't have it in [her]" to nominate him. Kent rolls his eyes, and then basically thanks Will for saying, when they were nominated together, that Kent was the only one who had everyone figured out. Will shrugs and repeats that Kent did have it figured out, he was just stating the truth.