Candice also insists again, although it couldn't be more irrelevant, that "all of [the former Aitu members] have said that they don't like Jonathan," which is a lie as far as we know. Nate makes a great display of Muttley-like cackling on the jury again, which is just...do you suppose he understands that he's still on the jury, and Jonathan is still in the game, and nothing Candice says is hurting Jonathan's feelings, particularly? There's a feeling I get that Raro believed right about here that they would be perceived as lovable underdogs done wrong by mean, bad, horrible Jonathan, and Nate somehow thought that, at this point, everyone would be rooting for Candice. I don't think he has any idea, as this is happening, that he and his friends have shown themselves to be idiotic chumps.
Adam tells Jonathan, "Everyone knows how you are, it's not a secret," and Jonathan wants him to put up or shut up for once, and so he says, "What am I?" "You're a rat!" Adam says. "That's a fact, that I'm a rat?" Jonathan asks. "I don't even know what that means." Ozzy is over in his seat giggling and looking highly amused, and frankly, I don't even know if he's on anyone's side as much as he just loves a good dumb fight. He's certainly not on Adam's side, I don't think. Adam tries to talk more, and Jonathan just says, "I'm a 'cancer,' I know. It's enough out of you." And then Adam says, "Is that right?" Good comeback! He follows with, "There's absolutely no reason for you to be around now, though." Jonathan, amazed at Adam's idiocy, says, "Says you, jack!" Hee. I love to see a meathead get called "jack." Jonathan adds, "I've earned my place here today."