Damien and Myleene are still outside of camp, and they remind us what happened again. Then they remind us about Speidi. Remember them? The camp's still trying to decide whether to let them come back. Lou doesn't want them back. Daniel thinks the best part is that they'll have to stay the night in the lost chamber first. Frances thinks Spencer will run out like a crying bitch. Stephen thinks he'll be a new man, and changed, since he was baptized in water. He'd like to see them come back and try to be good. He thinks Spencer's a younger version of himself. John has no problem with it, but there's no place for them to sleep. He says he'll win anyway, so he doesn't care. Frangela tell the story about Spencer hitting the water bottle. Lou says they have a lot of rehab to do if they come back, and "I'm sorry" won't be enough. Speidi is in the lost chamber, praying to make it through the night. Then we're back with our hosts. Damien tells us to tune in Monday night to see if they make it back. I'm sure they will. It's all rigged, and Daniel's probably been told to talk people into it. Especially since it's airing on Speidi's network, MTV. Anyway, the suspense might kill us before Monday, right? Enjoy your weekends, and try with all your might not to worry and wonder. It will be difficult, but I think I can do it.
Back in camp, the "celebrities" have their final dinner as a camp. They are all happy and hitting their stride, and Patti's sad to see someone go. They all sing a song about John chopping vegetables and being seven feet tall. John says the Speidi situation made them all really unite tonight. Sanjaya's totally distraught that someone's leaving because the energy is flowing perfectly and they've become a family. John explains everyone's roles in this crazy family: Lou's the older brother, then the oldest brother Daniel came in. He's also like the old uncle. Janice is the loopy auntie. Sanjaya's the youngest. Frangela's the funny aunties from the other side of the family. Patti's the mother. John's the one who can cook. Torrie's the bombshell. And "Stevie B." is "the white hip-hop kid." Those are not at all how I would describe any of those people. I think the jungle's making him delusional. Frangela thinks Angela's going to be the one going home. Lou says this has been a great honeymoon (dude, is he married? Because my honeymoon did not involve eating tarantulas or crazy freaks like Speidi and Janice), but now someone must leave. Damien and Myleene send us back to commercials.