Then Brooke reminds us that it's been a "dramatic" week, which sends us into clip land. After the recap of last night's show, we see what went on at the Mansion. At dinner, Magni toasts how well everyone did, which is a much more popular toast than the one Storm proposed last night. Magni interviews that everyone was at their best, and then proves that in addition to being a strong singer, he's a math whiz as well: "Fifty percent of us are going in the bottom three."
Out on the pool deck, the Supernovices speculate over their respective chances, trying to extrapolate their future from their history of standing and of being in the bottom three. Storm interviews that being in the bottom three doesn't mean you're not good. "I could go home," she says. "Toby or Ryan could go home." So Dilana, Lukas, and Magni are safe in Storm's eyes? "Two of us could go home," Storm continues. "You never know at this point." Back in the courtyard, Storm says she's certain she'll be in the bottom three this week. Ryan thinks that either he or Magni will go home, but Storm isn't convinced. Or at least pretends not to be. Ryan interviews that he still has a lot to show Supernova. Really? Is he considering integrating color into his wardrobe? He says that he's prepared to be in the bottom three, but not prepared to go home. Yes, packing is a bitch. In Lukas's interview, he claims that he wouldn't be surprised to find himself in the bottom three, promising that he would "take it like a man, go up there, and give it hell." I wonder if the editors know what's in that bottom-three envelope before they cut these elimination-night clips together. I'm not saying they're going to be a payoff to Lukas's comment; I'm just wondering.
Back at the venue, Dave starts out by congratulating the Supernovices on "probably the best performance show we've ever had." The crowd seems to agree. "Yet tonight," Dave adds, "half of you will be singing for your lives." If that's true, maybe the Hatchet Man needs to take his role a bit less literally.
Group-interview time, and Dave mentions to Storm that although she's stood before, she always seems disappointed when she doesn't have to sing. Storm says that's simply because she's hoping for any opportunity to rock out with the House Band. "Good answer," Dave tells her, and asks how she'd feel about being in tonight's bottom three. She claims that she'd feel fine "'Cause [she'd] get to kick the snot out of something." Cheers from the crowd. At least she didn't say "spank" again. She yells out, "Put me in the bottom three!" and if she wants it that bad, maybe she shouldn't be blowing out her voice before the envelope is even opened.