BTW, this episode is trying to push the Shane & Danielle combo. It's still not working. As Hamsterwatch puts it, this is a nomance.
Joe cooks Shane breakfast in bed for a royal wake-up call. Malin calls this pathetic. As opposed to, you know, everything Malin's done.
Shane tells Frank that Wil is his primary target. Shane will keep his word because he's making moves that will benefit him in the future. Shane thinks he has a future. Shane is rapidly proving himself one of the stupidest people ever to play this game.
Jenn triples her cumulative camera time to date and discusses her sexuality with the backyard crew. This has an interesting effect in that Danielle -- who was afraid of being stuck in the house with anyone attracted to women (that wasn't Shane) -- changes her mind. Jenn has given her exposure to the gay community and guess what? It's fine. All is well. Danielle is no longer afraid of being hit on or pressured. Certainly not by Jenn, who's attracted to smart women and that leaves Danielle out, but isn't it nice to see a little personal maturity?
(Contrast Dan and Joe, sitting at the edges of this discussion. Dan's ultra-conservative and almost seems to be trying to burrow into his chair with the effort of staying silent. Joe's hands go hyper-tense, with tendons in sharp relief. Neither is happy about this and it's not going away any time ever.)