Gilby wants Toby to describe his feeling about last night's performance. Toby self-flagellates, sucks up, and promises to do better next time. Gilby says something about emotions or what not, and Toby says something else about wanting to be seen as the guy who can lead Supernova. I bet he's great in job interviews.
Jason asks Josh why he was so "adamant" about his song choice. Josh puts it down to his emotions, exhaustion, stress, and the day. He forgot "dehydration." Whatever. Tommy's had enough of this drama (meaning the kind of drama he's not the center of), and gets ready to hand out the encore. He teases Jill and Dilana a bit, but the honor abruptly goes to Magni. The Iceman smiles modestly, and everyone cheers at how far he's come since being in the bottom six the first week. He takes the stage, and as surprised as he acts, he clearly came prepared, because the D&G shades go right back on as he does "Plush" again. It's much the same as last night, except the House Band really needs to turn down the organ for this song.
Brooke returns to the stage, and while she's explaining that the Supernovices don't know who were in the initial bottom three, I'm totally distracted by the creepy-looking guy in the second row behind her who's staring at the camera all, I wasn't looking up her kilt! Honest! Brooke gets ready to read the names, in no particular order. The first is Jenny. No surprise there. The second is Dana. Again, no surprise. To her credit, even she doesn't look a bit thrown as she stands up. We even see her shaking her head and saying, "I'm not," which suggests to me that Dilana just told her she's sorry. And good for Dana, actually. She looks ready to kick some teeth in. Ryan just sits there looking blandly vindicated. Until Brooke says his name. His jaw drops, but he recovers quickly to stand next to Dana with an embarrassed smile (like he has any other ones). We'll find out if the bottom three changed after the commercials.
When we come back, Brooke explains again how Dana, Ryan, and Jenny were in the bottom three to start out, but that the bottom three changed over the course of voting. She doesn't say how many others trailed this week. The first name is, of course, Zayra. Zayra gets up, and goes around to join the others behind the Nut Gallery grumbling something about "how many times?" Until you're gone, probably. No, you weren't as bad last night, but the road to redemption is a long one around here. Just ask Chris. The second name? Josh. He stands up in the front row, but doesn't join the others, because this is new for him. The rest of them are safe. I'm starting to feel bad now for Storm, Patrice, and Lukas, who have yet to sing on more than one show in a week. Except I don't feel bad for Lukas. Brooke asks Dave whether any of the people standing surprise him. Dave says that he's surprised to see Josh and Jenny standing. But it's not that they were so great, but because they "haven't done anything different to step it up." I don't think Dave really understood the question. Of course, it's entirely possible that Brooke didn't either. She prepares to read the name of the first member of the bottom three. And after the appropriately dramatic pause, which Brooke infuses with as much drama as a wait at the bus stop, we find out that it's Jenny.