The disclaimer was there again, but no real mention of any of the racist stuff. Perhaps it's going to be there for the rest of the season. Any doubts now that Elissa is winning MVP every week? Even the house guests seem to be resigned to the fact. Great idea, terrible execution. CBS HAD to know it was going to turn out that way, didn't they? While I'm not a fan of Elissa, I'll give her kudos for standing her ground and trying to play her game and putting Spencer up. While game play wise, Amanda was right, I want to see Spencer go. I felt bad for Kaitlyn. She did what she had to do, but I understand how hard it is to get rid of someone you're close to. At least there really was some closeness there. I knew Helen was using crocodile tears with the guys to try and get info from them. For using "waterworks" there sure was no real tears. I could see through that a mile away. But I'm smarter than either of those guys. Glad to see Jeremy going. He's a self absorbed blow hard (or at least he plays one on TV). Still wish it was Aaryn, but I'm fine with either of them going. On Helen. I guess when you're in the house, or the jungle or where ever you are in these games, you see things differently, but I STILL don't get why people take things so personally when they are lied to. It's a game, and that's part of it. Why would I tell my "enemy" anything truthful, or, expect them to tell me the truth? Why get upset when they lie to you? If I was playing, I'd take EVERYTHING people tell me with a grain of salt, even allies. I'd play my own game and "use" people when I need to. And I'd play the game knowing full well that others probably don't believe me either. Any chance Jeremy can save himself? The only way I see it happening is if Aaryn says something SO vile to Helen's face that she just has to go. I don't see it happening though.