He explains to her that sometimes in dreams, losing teeth or hair means dying, and that's why she wanted to go to the river to be saved. Stephen thinks it would be something if Janice were operating in the world for Jesus. He keeps pushing that maybe she needs to make a change. Janice cries and says "It's deep." He says it was deep for him. She continues sobbing, and it's very weird and disturbing. He tells her he's not the guy he used to be. She says she doesn't want to be who she is. Janice, none of us want you to be who you are. Stephen tells her, "God can change all that, dude." Then he tells her to have a blessed day. He walks off and tells John, "Somehow that woman's growing on me." John: "Like a fungus." John totally does my job for me. I love him. As much as it's possible to love anyone on this show, anyway. Commercials.
Back with Damien and Myleene, who remind us that it's week three, and that two campmates will leave forever tomorrow, and it's up to us. We might want to vote. Or not. It really doesn't matter. They will tell the campers later how the voting is going, and it might surprise us. Or not. We might not really care. Back in the jungle, Torrie's mopey. She slept in and everyone else was already awake, so it made her feel lonely. She says she's a mess emotionally and also because she's filthy. Sanjaya says there are eight more days, which she thinks sounds like a really long time. She misses her family. Sanjaya asks if she wants to leave. She doesn't, but she's really homesick. She's never gone even a couple days without calling her family and friends. It's wearing on her, and she wishes there were something else to do. Sanjaya asks her to play volleyball. She says no. Marco polo? She says no. So, she wishes there were more things to do, but she wouldn't do them anyway. Patti asks Torrie about being homesick. She misses being able to wake up and just be naked and stand there without being around people in the jungle. She misses the comfortableness of being around people who really know you. Sanjaya and Patti hug her and make her feel better.