As the discussion continues, Jamie takes an interesting (and I mean "interesting" in the "pitifully ill-advised" sense in which you call your best friend's pants "interesting") approach in claiming that while his actions might have had no class, it was wrong of Bobby Jon to suggest that he himself had no class. Careful splitting that hair; you might hurt yourself. Furthermore, Jamie says that this is the equivalent of Bobby Jon's calling him "white trash." Which...no, it's not. I mean, maybe to two guys from the south it is, but Bobby Jon chooses few enough words in the first place that it's safe to assume he uses the ones he wants. Bobby Jon stretches for an ounce of reconciliation, saying that he felt the way he felt at the time, but that "tomorrow, the sun comes up." Jamie keeps it up, saying that Bobby Jon's comment "broke [his] heart." Ay yi yi. Even Bobby Jon, the captain of cheesy remarks, seems to find this one a little heavy on the grated Swiss as he says, "I'm sorry, I don't mean to break anybody's heart."
Danni tries to wrap things up and put the rest of the beleaguered group out of its misery by saying that Bobby Jon "wasn't judging [Jamie]," just commenting on the behavior of the moment. I think he was doing both, actually. Judd (I believe) jumps in, suggesting that Jamie is taking it a bit too much to heart, but Jamie keeps it up in spite of clearly losing the crowd, talking all about how he doesn't understand how they wouldn't have their feelings hurt if it had been them. Of course, in order to put themselves in his position, they'd have to assume that they had taunted a bunch of starving people while scarfing food and getting drunk, so some of them would already have to be imagining a sizable shift in the universe. Finally, Bobby Jon and Jamie shake hands, and Jamie says something about how he hates the drama, and Bobby Jon says "speak your heart," and this conversation has really gone on at least three times longer than it ever should have. They wouldn't have needed so many words if they'd chosen the right ones. I would suggest something involving "made your bed" and "lie in it."
Rafe interviews that Jamie really did take the entire thing far too personally and was "looking for some kind of an outlet for all the emotion he was feeling," and that's how he wound up yelling at Bobby Jon. It's sort of true, although I think Jamie is also just a dick, and trying to explain the dickishness is a bit of an exercise in futility, because sometimes, dickishness just sort of is. It's like the weather. On any given day, certain people have an 80% chance of dick, and there's nothing you can do about it. Rafe goes on to tell us that if Jamie doesn't use it as a learning experience, Rafe himself will "change up this game." I don't love that construct, which makes it sound like Jamie has to meet a certain moral code in order to stay in the alliance, and I'm not sure that, if you think that, Jamie should still be in the game anyway. Furthermore, putting it off another week after last week reduced Rafe's ability to single-handedly change the game, because now, it's 6-3, so even if he flipped, they wouldn't even have a tie. In short, it's a little late for the come-to-Jesus moment here.