Adam was pretty upset for being nominated the third time, and Shelly went straight to Daniele to talk. Daniele told Shelly she is not her target and that she wants to get Brendon out. Shelly told Daniele she is done with Brendon and Rachel and wants them out. As soon as Shelly left, Daniele mumbled to herself that she sucks at lying.
Brenchel was happy to still be in the game and have another week. We’ll see about that.
Adam went up to talk to Daniele, and Daniele used her same excuse of needing to get Brendon out.
Rachel, Jordan, Jeff, and Shelly started talking, and Shelly told them all that Porsche was telling everyone about Shelly’s “final three deal” with Brenchel. Rachel denied this, so Jordan told Brendon to go get Porsche. She came down and said Shelly tried to make a final three deal with Brenchel, but they didn’t trust her enough, so it never happened. Shelly erupted when Rachel agreed and commented that she said she was going to vote out Jordan. The yelling between the two continued, and Brendon finally jumped to Rachel’s defense to say she was telling the truth. Shelly went outside, where she cried to Jeff, Jordan, and Adam about Rachel and her lies.
Then, it was time to pick players for the Veto Competition. Daniele pulled Jordan’s chip from the bag, Shelly pulled Kalia’s, and Adam pulled Jeff’s. Well, look at that. No Brenchel in the PoV. Shucks. Daniele chose Porsche to host the competition. Again.
The backyard was decorated like a farm, and the competition was called “Big Brother Cornhole.” They each had to toss a beanbag onto a spinning wheel to try and get the lowest number of points. Each person would have to pick a prize as they were eliminated. During the first round, Adam managed to get 13 points, but Shelly missed the board completely. She ended up choosing the Power of Veto for her prize. During the second round, Jordan got 13 points and chose 24 hours of solitary confinement, but she was also told she would receive a phone call from home. She gave it to Shelly and took the Veto from her. Kalia was eliminated during the third round and got a Caribbean Vacation, which she kept. Adam asked Jeff to let him with the Veto, and Daniele confirmed that Jeff was not her target this week. Daniel was eliminated during the next round and chose the Veto Ticket that guarantees her to play in the next Veto Competition. With Jeff and Adam left, Jeff threw the Veto, and Adam won. Jeff picked the $5,000, and Adam picked the Humilitard and traded with Jordan to get the Veto.
Brenchel immediately began to strategize, and Rachel began to pout about losing Brendon again. He told her to settle down.
Jeff talked to Daniele, and she told him she wants to get Brendon out. He admitted he would rather see Rachel go, but Daniele said she isn’t any good without Brendon around.
Shelly headed into the Have Not Room to begin her 24 hours of solitary confinement, where she was given a toilet with a shower curtain, bread, water, and slop. Meanwhile, Jordan went into the Diary Room to change into her Humilitard. It was a green unitard with a bright pink tutu and a dunce hat.
Daniele and Kalia discussed how proud of themselves they are and how excited they are.
Shelly got her phone call from her husband and daughter and cried the entire time. Afterward, the others came to get her out of the Have Not Room.
Brenchel went up to talk to Daniele to make sure their deal was still in place. Rachel asked if she has a deal with Jeff, which Daniele denied. Rachel then went on to throw her alliance under the bus and asked if Daniele would consider backdooring Jeff or Jordan. She also brought up Jeff “gathering his army” and “racking up the money.” Wow. And you wonder why America hates you both.
At the Veto Meeting, Adam used the veto on himself. Daniele had debated between putting up Brendon or Jeff, and she chose to put Brendon up as the replacement nominee. She referred to him as the zombie in the house who just won’t die. Shelly was happy to be on the block against Brendon, but she knows they are capable of anything. Brendon said that zombies keep coming back. Jeff was excited that he wasn’t a replacement nominee, but it also knows it’s going to be hard to choose who to evict from his alliance.
Tune in tomorrow night at 8:00 pm on CBS 58 in Milwaukee to find out who will be evicted and who will win the new HoH Competition. Also, don’t forget to vote for which food you want the Have Nots to eat: beats and bologna, dates and durian, or hard-boiled eggs and jalapenos.
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