WHO'S ""PISSED OFF"" NOW? Nominees and comrades Jun and Dana discuss their sticky situation, with Dana noting that she ""can't campaign"" against her ally Jun. But is she contradicting herself when she later says she ""won't give up without a fight""? Convinced that she has three votes in her favor (Justin, Jee and Robert), Dana sets out to secure a fourth. She sets her sights on Erika, planting the idea that if Jack and Erika keep Dana in the game, they could all go after Nate and Ali together. Erika reports back to Agent Jack with the new information, smugly saying ""we have power right now.""
Jun, against whom Dana has promised not to campaign, is catching wind of Dana's dealings, and calls Dana's denials of any wrongdoing a ""crock of bull."" All Dana's bargaining has made Jun turn from friend to foe, and Jun says she can't wait ""to be rid of her."" But Dana's not the only one haggling in the House. Alison aligns herself with the three stooges, Justin, Jee and Robert, cutting a deal in whic