The codgerly hijinks over for the moment, Dave turns to Jill, compliments her on her straight hair tonight, and gives her her chance to say what she wanted to say last night. But like Chris, she's not looking for a fight now, and claims that while she expected comments, and was affected by them "for a moment in time," she let them soak in to become "fuel for my fire" and be better for next time.
Jason gets a turn to address the Supernovices, and the first thing he wants to do is tell Lukas that "these are not personal attacks...I only want to help you." Lukas mumbles an acknowledgment. Jason acknowledges that Lukas has been singing that way for fifteen years, and says, "Fifteen years ago, I was touring the world with the most successful gravel-voiced metal performer there's ever been, on the biggest metal album of all time." Cheers for Jason's boasting. He tells Lukas that their shows ran 2:45 (which makes me glad I don't recap those), and that their goal was always to make the last song better than the first one. He insists that it's all positive, trying to make everyone better, as he makes a sweeping gesture that takes in both the Nut Gallery and Supernova themselves. But of course, Lukas needs to have the last word, so he defensively says that he wasn't being defensive.