In the Diary Room, Dan said, "While I was trapped in solitary confinement, I came up with a master plan to save myself." Dan told Frank, "I brought this bible, not to read to you, but to swear on. I have no power in this game. I do have information. (Dan tells Frank about alliances). Dan said, "This kid, (Ian), is ruthless. He, (Ian), is covered on every angle." Dan said to Frank, "I've never made an action against you. I've never voted against you. No one would ever think we'd be working together." Dan said to Frank, "No, I swear to God. Jenn is actually angry that I did that to Danielle. It's come down to you working Jenn." Dan said to Frank, about what he, (Dan), will say to Danielle... "That was an act. I'm trying to save us both and I think I just did." Dan said, "I swear to God on this, (the bible), on my wedding ring, on my chain from my dead grandfather, everything I'm telling you is the complete truth." Later, in the Diary Room, Dan said, "I was willing to swear on the bible to go to the end with Frank, and the crazy thing is I actually mean it." .................. Ian isn't ruthless: he's trusting. It's Dan who is ruthless... so Dan telling Frank that Ian is ruthless, is a lie that he swore on the bible. Dan told Frank that he, (Dan), has never made an action against Frank, and that no one would think they'd be working together. Well, Dan had never made an action against Frank, but he was in the act of taking him out of the game, and they wouldn't be working together. (Dan got off on a technicality with that particular statement, because Dan was speaking in the past tense and not the present tense). Then Dan told Frank that he would say to Danielle that he had just tried to save both of them. Actually, Dan had said in the Diary Room, that his master plan was about saving himself... not both himself, (Dan), and Danielle. So, the statement Dan made to Frank about saving Danielle was a lie that he swore to on the bible. So, everything Dan told Frank wasn't he complete truth. Also, Dan stumbled over the words, wedding ring, and chain. And, in the next Diary Room comment, Dan said he meant what he had told Frank. Did Dan believe his own lies? Also, in the Diary Room, Dan said that he swore on the bible to go to the end with Frank. Dan didn't specifically swear on the bible that he would go to the end with Frank... but he, (Dan), admitted that it should be implied that his swearing on the bible meant that he would go to the end with Frank.