Back with Myleene and Damien, who talk more about the storm. Damien says it's the beauty of live television, and Myleene says the floor has been shaking. Then they tell us what's to come. They hear thunder, which we can't hear, but Damien makes a big deal about it. Back in camp, John's not sleeping well. He says he's feeling anxiety, because he misses his friend, Daniel. Torrie says things are definitely quieter without Daniel. Stephen says it's a different energy with Daniel gone. Lou wakes up and greets Janice, who's doing dishes by the river. Patti says Janice is in a good mood, maybe because Daniel's gone, since they were always butting heads. Janice leans in and hugs John and asks him what's wrong, since she saw he was up all night. They agree to be friends. He seems totally sincere about it, but she snarks about it in her confessional. Everyone's glad they made up. Lou says the camp's a microcosm of society. Good god, I hope that's not true. If my life resembled this, I would kill myself.
John's asleep later, when Lou asks Holly if she gets recognized. She says she does, but she's nowhere on the level of "you guys" (she's talking to Lou and Stephen, it appears), so she doesn't know what it's like to be a "star." Lou says he was fortunate to have wise people around him early in his career, right when he made La Bamba. He talks about how he sat down next to Helen Mirren after being mobbed, and she told him not to get used to that or he'd think it's normal. In other words, thank you, Helen Mirren for helping make Lou Diamond Phillips grounded so we can have at least one sane person on this show. (Also: Did anyone else not expect Helen Mirren's name to come up on this show? If I were her, I would sue.) Stephen talks about how weird fame is, because he still feels like the kid from Massapequa -- and he says that's how Danny, Alec and Billy feel, too -- unless he wants a table at a good restaurant. Then he's all, "Don't you know who my big brother is?" In the confessional, he shrugs dramatically and says "You know what? Sometimes... being a celebrity... it doesn't suck."