In a rare moment this season, Frank and Danielle started to talk some game that actually had some potential for a little while. If you flashback to about 11:45am, Frank approached Danielle in the bathroom and decided to talk some game with her. For those of us who expect Frank to be going home this week, it’s not a bad idea to at least try.
His attempt was similar to Dan’s attempt on him last week, pure honesty. The difference, Frank doesn’t possess the key element to it working, which is called “Dan’s Mist”. If you’re a fan of vampires (True Blood style), it’s basically a real life version of “glamoring” people. Whatever he says, they simply forget all logic and believe whatever he is saying. Dan could probably convince Danielle to forfeit the game and become a nun if that’s what he wanted, but I guess he’s being kind to her.
Anyway, back to the point. Frank opened up telling Danielle how Dan really was upset with her doing the ‘funeral’, and it was Frank who basically told him to mend fences with her. He also said he supposedly had a f2 deal with Dan, though he doesn’t intend to stick with it, and thinks they should work as a foursome with Jenn and Shane. While Danielle seems receptive to all of this, it gave Frank some hope and will probably go back to thinking it’s going to be a 4-0 vote this week.
However, Danielle naturally runs to Dan and tells him everything, which results in the mist being turned on and Dan easily convincing Danielle that Frank is telling her nothing new that they didn’t already cover before. Apparently Dan already told Danielle about his fake f2 deal with Frank, and she has nothing to worry about. With a blink of the eyes, Danielle was back into the mist and clearly on team Dan once again. The rough alliance of Jenn, Frank, Shane and Danielle lasted about 30 minutes.
Now, Dan is outside spraying his mist on Frank and telling him that his vote is 1000% locked in, which gives Frank the warm and fuzzies he needs heading into his blindside on Thursday night.
I’ll keep you updated on any changes, but it appears this was a mild speedbump that was very quickly repaired and removed.