Sanjaya says that his grandpa died when he was 5, and he's the first grandson, so he's the only one who really had a relationship with him because the next grandchild was four years younger. Sanjaya went to Montana to help paint his grandma's house and realized he's the functional man of the family who's picking up where his grandpa left off. He starts crying really hard and says that was a moment that changed his life because he knew he had to really step up. Lou is teary. Everyone tells Sanjaya that's beautiful. Daniel interviews that in the outside world he doesn't know if any of these people would be friends, but here they've all become very close. As he says this, we see Lou hugging Sanjaya and kissing him on the head. It's very sweet. Is it possible that I like most of these people at this point? As long as Janice is asleep, I guess. John says this whole trip has been a cry-fest for him. He adds that his wife would laugh at this, because he always says he doesn't have any friends, and now he has six (count 'em: Patti, Torrie, Sanjaya, Lou, Stephen and Daniel). Stephen: "Yes you do." I would not have expected all that emotion. Commercials.
Myleene and Damien welcome us back and remind us how to vote, then send us back to camp. Everyone's asleep, when Janice wakes up and pees right next to her bed. She gets back in bed and goes to sleep. Next morning, Lou comes in with a scroll. He says it's very interesting and doesn't want to discuss it afterward; just to take it at face value. Scroll says: "Dear celebrities. Just to remind you that you must not urinate in camp. This will attract rats, which in turn attracts snakes." He also reminds them that the cameras are always rolling so whatever happens is there, even if you're half asleep. Lou is amazed that this has to be something they're told. Later, at the river, Janice asks Lou who was urinating in camp. He says he has no idea, because he was asleep. Patti says the guilty parties know who they are, as the camera lingers on Janice squatting on a rock. Lou knows it's Janice, and that's she's bluffing. So does everyone, who's discussing it back in camp.
Daniel and Stephen say they saw a water rat down by the river. It's really a piece of wood that looks like a rodent. Stephen calls the rat "Henry." They want to use it to spook Janice. So they put it in her bag. Sanjaya interviews that he gets why they want to do that to her, but he also thinks it's really juvenile. Dudes, if Sanjaya thinks you're juvenile, you might want to reassess. Daniel and Stephen tell Holly that Janice isn't as nice as she's coming across to her, and that she might have ulterior motives with Holly. But Holly doesn't see it; she sees a great, genuine person in Janice. Commercials.