Myleene and Damien recap that Frances left. Then we're back in the jungle with the "celebrities." Speidi wake up and she talks about her crazy dream about the power of Jesus. John confessionals that he has nothing against Christianity, but this became Jesus camp. Stephen's in the mix, talking about the prophetic dream. Then he tells a story that makes no sense, in which he says something about his own experience with Jesus and then screams this crazy warble. Janice asks Daniel: "Is that your brother?" Daniel says it sounds like Stephen, and John explains he's speaking in tongues. John's sick of Stephen, Heidi, and now even Spencer being born-again Christians. He liked the old Spencer much better. Janice hates the religious talk, too. Heidi wants to baptize Janice, but Janice says no one is qualified, and that she doesn't need it. Spencer explains that it took Stephen to turn Spencer around. Flashback of the baptism. Spencer starts yelling toward Jesus. Stephen says that when a wild man like Spencer finds faith, they become "overly zealous." He says that Spencer almost had a "spiritual hemorrhoid" today. That right there? The man who baptized Spencer, because God imbued him with some sort of biblical power, right? Daniel's totally insulted by the behavior of Spencer, but he can't denounce him for fear of slapping his Christian brothers in the face (not sure if he means his real brothers, or, like Christian "brothers"). Daniel doesn't believe Spencer for a second.
Spencer and Patti are talking. Daniel wants Patti to win the whole thing. Spencer can't wait to help her after the show. He wants her to talk more. Patti says her husband is a "great man," but she can't do much other than be in the "jungle," coping with this. Spencer asks her to say what she wants to say. She tries to say no, but Spencer says there's nothing to lose. She thanks him, then says in the confessional that he is giving good advice. Patti later tells Daniel that this show is easy compared to the nightmare she's living at home. Then she talks about how the truth will come out. Patti says they're fighting to keep their house and to keep their kids in school. And they're driving a 21-year-old car. She says she has to keep trying to earn a living and make her kids' lunches. And their security was pulled right after the vote. Oh, poor woman doesn't have security now?! How does she survive it? She cries in the confessional and says the game is a good distraction, even though she misses home and her kids. [Who not only have no security, they now have no mother, and presumably no lunches. - Z] And she's grateful for that, and for the friends she's made here. She's laughing hard here, and laughter is good. The show doesn't say that this was paid for by the "Rod Blagojevich is totally not guilty" campaign, but it so obviously was. I would rather this crazy show stick with crazy "celebrities" and not get all crazy political. Let's boot Patti next, please. Commercials.