Porsche completely regretted opening Pandora’s Box and winning the money once she learned the duo twist would be back. Rachel talked a mile a minute while Jordan sat quietly and added a sentence here and there. They both decided it was their chance for redemption, and they could get rid of Shelly.
Meanwhile, the other four discussed what Porsche took in order to open Pandora’s Box. Kalia was even more enraged when she found out it was only $5,000 that convinced Porsche…until she told Kalia that she got $5,000, too.
When it came time for the Nominations Ceremony, it was pretty obvious as to who Porsche was going to nominate. Of course, it was Rachel and Jordan. In the words of Daniele: “Shocker.” Porsche’s reasoning was because everyone except those two had come to her to talk. Right.
Rachel and Jordan talked, and Rachel suggested they go talk to Porsche right away, which Jordan shot down and said they should wait. Later, while Adam and Shelly sat outside to smoke, Jordan, of all people, suggested the remaining four talked. She went on to suggest the four of them work together and make a final four deal to get rid of the floaters, Adam and Shelly. Kalia and Porsche liked this idea because it was a “win-win” for them.
Jordan and Shelly still hadn’t talked since their fight. Even as they got ready in front of the bathroom mirror, Shelly said “hello,” and Jordan walked away. She talked to Adam outside about how playing safe isn’t going to win the game. Adam wasn’t buying any of it, but he listened along and she rambled on and on and started crying.
The Veto Competition was slightly creepy, to say the least. Pictures of the original partners of each of the remaining houseguests were glued to the faces of dummies hanging from parachutes in the backyard. Everyone would have to hang onto their hanging dummy, and the person to hang the longest would win the PoV. Adam, of course, dropped after four minutes. Jordan was down after eight minutes because she “isn’t one to tolerate pain.” Shelly was down after 12 minutes. Rachel continued to tell the other two she wasn’t going to drop – after all, she did tell us how strong her legs are. Porsche dropped after 18 minutes. Kalia finally dropped after 32 minutes, and Rachel won the Veto.
Rachel and Jordan talked and quickly determined to get rid of Shelly and to not listen to anything she had to say. Adam moped to Porsche about how he should have won. Kalia and Porsche then re-grouped, discussed getting Jordan to drop Rachel, and how it isn’t so bad that Adam or Shelly will go home.
Shelly asked Jordan for five minutes to talk to her in an attempt to save herself. She said she was truly sorry for hurting Jordan and asked for her to forgive her. Jordan apologized for the way she acted, but she said that Shelly really stabbed her in the back after Jordan had stuck up for her. Shelly then compared her relationship with her husband and daughter to an alliance, just like Jeff and Jordan. Jordan said she was really, really hurt by what happened and said she was almost at her breaking point. She said she’ll forgive Shelly, but she definitely won’t forget.
Shelly continued her suck-up fest by talking to Jordan and Rachel together and told them they mean everything to her and would not go against them. She said she does not want a final two with Kalia and Porsche, she doesn’t want Adam to win because he hasn’t done anything, and she will quit if she ends up in the final three with Jordan and Rachel. In the Diary Room, she flat out told us all she is lying just to get to the final three.
Rachel used the Veto to remove herself and Jordan from the block, and Shelly and Adam had to be put up in their place.
Watch CBS 58 in Milwaukee tomorrow night at 8:00 pm to watch Shelly walk out that door. We also get to see what will prove to be some interesting footage from the Jury House.
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