John tells Janice he likes her, but he doesn't like some of the things she does. She says she doesn't like some of the things he's said to her. He says he gets that and he apologized, and has been "nothing but an A student" with Janice since then. Stephen watches, wondering what will happen. Janice says that John cut deep. He says he apologized and meant it completely. In his confessional, he says Janice is in jungle meltdown and there are issues she has that go way deeper than any of these people. Amen, brother. He awesomely adds: "When you see crazy coming, cross the street." He apologizes again. He's sorry she was depressed, but he still thinks she's done some unacceptable things in camp. She asks: "Like eating a couple grapes?" Daniel says he thinks it's beyond that a little, and asks her if she's going to step up and be involved as a person who actually does something in a challenge or does some chores. Janice doesn't want to argue with Daniel, because her stomach hurts.
Stephen interrupts and says he's not going to sit here like a schmuck and continue in this dysfunction, because this is dysfunctional. You think?! Lou agrees. Stephen suggests: "Let's get real! Because that's what needs to happen right now." I have no idea what he means or wants anyone to do. It's just talk. He wants everyone to get honest instead of continuing with the manipulation, because tomorrow will be all the same. Lou asks what Stephen's saying -- Lou is my hero for that, because ... what?! -- and Stephen says he thinks the illness is manipulation, since she can't get out of bed to work, but "she was a jackrabbit when the coffee showed up." Daniel agrees that it was the same with the hot dogs. She says she was starving. Patti says starvation motivates her, too.
Lou asks if anyone else wants to air anything else. Janice says feel free; she'll be anyone's scratching post. Sanjaya tells her he thinks it's everyone, and he doesn't think anyone is attacking just her. She says she's not feeling attacked. Daniel calls her out on having just said that, and she says it was a joke, but Daniel doesn't like her humor. Lou says he doesn't get her humor, and that sometimes Daniel doesn't either. Janice says that's because they're actors, "all in their microcosm of intelligence and script and thought." I never thought anyone would use the word "intelligence" to describe this group. But if said person is Janice, it doesn't count for much. Lou says they're all in society (not exactly) and just need to get along. In confessional, Janice says she's the oldest person here and is "very, very ill." Right. She should probably be hospitalized. She asks where everyone's compassion is. Then she says to everyone that she's menopausing, and Lou says that helps to know, actually. And, yeah, it sort of does. Because that can make even a totally sane person crazy, so of course it makes Janice totally bat-shit.