Speaking of which, Tommy tells Toby that he has a good head on his shoulders, "Mate." Toby restates his position that he's there to listen. "You can't buy this type of advice," he says. "So I was just trying to keep everyone grounded." Again, big talk from the one guy who hasn't actually received any criticism yet. Tommy tells them that he appreciates the back-and-forth, but wants them to remember, "You're sitting there, we're sitting here." Kind of forceful there. Toby starts to suck up some more, but Tommy's in firm-dad mode and shuts him down with a terse thank-you. Way to lay down the law, Tommy. Because these kids need to understand that if there's one thing that rock & roll is all about, it's obedience.
Tommy gets to announce the night's encore performance at this point, and it's Toby. He does "Somebody Told Me" again. It's really good again. I don't feel like giving a whole encore recap of it. Pretty much the big difference from last night is that he does that thing where you hold out the microphone to the audience and let them sing the first line of the chorus. I'm actually kind of surprised it took somebody this long to think of doing that. As he makes his way back to the Nut Gallery, Brooke warns him that nobody is safe from the bottom three. I don't know, I think Toby is. Speaking of the bottom three, it's time for Brooke to tell them who the initial bottom three were from last night, because unlike us, they don't already know. Brooke milks it as usual as she reads off the names Jill, Chris, and Zayra, who stand up stoically. Brooke asks us if they stayed in the bottom three as of the end of voting, but of course we're going to have to wait until after the commercial to find out. Don't worry, it'll be over before you know it.
There, See how quick that was? Jill, Zayra, and Chris are standing behind the Nut Gallery, in ascending order of height. Brooke gives her spiel that the bottom three changed, and one other person was in the bottom three at some point. Only one? That suggests to me that they're not making it all up, at least. This week, the fourth member of the bottom four is Jenny. "Which means that the ten of you sitting are safe for another week," Brooke says. She tells the bottom four that she's going to call the bottom three one by one, and they'll each have to sing another song for Supernova. Isn't it great how every week, we get to hear the worst singers twice?