After his use of Veto Power and his controversial speech, Gerry feels proud of his actions, declaring, ""I will leave this House a richer man than when I came in, whether I get a dime."" Sitting outside with Gerry and Marcellas, Lori calls his speech a ""beautiful confession,"" but Gerry corrects her: it was a ""manly confession.""
Contrasting the emerging alliances in the House, Marcellas says it's like ""'Touched by an Angel' vs. 'Baywatch.'"" The Group of Six, of which Gerry was a part, along with Eric, Lisa, Chiara, Roddy and Josh, feel betrayed by his use of Veto Power and banish him from their ranks, replacing him with Tonya. This makes Chiara and Lisa more comfortable, because now the group has an equal number of women and men. Almost immediately, the new group splits along gender lines, planning their moves, looking down the road to when their Group of Six are the last HouseGuests standing. While the Group of Six have strength in numbers, Gerry has aligned himself with Lori, Amy and Ma