There is far less for us to go on, but I think Shelly seemed VERY different in jury. She might’ve come off as elitist and prideful there much more than in the BB house. Not that I agree with that assessment of Shelly or her game.
When Shelly lost me was when she didn’t retreat when she realized it was the wrong time to try to talk to Jordan so soon after Jeff was gone. Explaining things to an angry or hurt child is one thing, but Jordan had shown in the past that she can look out for herself and if your intention was to offer the proverbial olive branch, and the ADULT you go to offer it to has no intention of taking it yet, you have to be smart enough to know it’s the wrong time and walk away.
Was it the right time for Shelly to try and talk to Jordan? No, probably not. But, to be fair, emotions were running quite high that night. Not just Jordan and Rachel but for Shelly as well. It's easy for us to watch and be backseat players and critique their every move, and say what we would have done but watching from the comfort of our homes and actually being in the pressure cooker are two different things.
And the attitude in jury was just more weight on an already-too-heavy heap for me. Shelly told Jeff, “I’m a lot smarter than you thought I am, huh,” and Jeff told her flat-out, “apparently not.”
Well, when you walk in, stressed and scared as hell of what Jeff will do to you when you get there, you have to be brave and defend yourself. She didn't back down and I am proud of her for that. Jeff did think that Shelly, or rather, everyone in that house were dumb as bricks. She merely let him know that she was smarter than he thought she was. Jeff saying 'apparently not' was just more evidence of his arrogance. JMO