In advance of being joined by Jordan and Michele to draw the other three players for the Power of Veto competition, Jessie says he's always thinking about the worst-case scenario. Which is why he nominated two people he doesn't really want out of the house, I guess. In this case, the worst-case scenario is Casey winning PoV. Casey, meanwhile, seems to be the only person in the house who doesn't realize Ronnie's eviction isn't a foregone conclusion. The other three PoV players end up being Jeff, Chima, and Casey. Lydia looks jealous that Jessie chooses Natalie as the host. You hosted last week, Lydia, and you got on my nerves.
"I can't see how it could go wrong now," Casey privately tells Jordan later. Of course, what he doesn't see is that it has already gone wrong. He even tells Jordan he'll let her win it, because as far as he's concerned, it doesn't matter who wins. Meanwhile, Jessie and Natalie are upstairs, worrying about what happens if Casey wins the PoV.
Natalie comes out of the DR dressed like a brain-damaged barnstormer. She sends the PoV players into the supply room to grab their costumes, which turn out to be pink leotards with pig noses, and then to the back yard, which has been turned into a big, muddy pig-wallow. Natalie explains that hidden in the mud pit are big fake plastic truffles with point values on them. They have to dig them out, and pick which four they want to save to collect the highest point value. There are also prize-truffles representing stuff like Hawaii trips in there, but of course if a player keeps them, that cuts into their potential point total.
Natalie calls go, and the players enter the mud on rope swings. Casey gets a "Margarita Party," and keeps it, thinking he's safe but it can't hurt to make everyone love him just in case. Jordan talks about her own strategy in the DR afterward, and then thinks for a minute and concludes uncertainly, "That makes sense." [She also cutely revealed that she thought they were scouring for points in poo... but she was OK with it. -- Angel]
After the game is over, Natalie reveals one more temptation to the players: six envelopes that might contain extra points, point deductions, or a surprise, which they'll have a chance to choose from before revealing their point totals. Michele opts to choose an envelope, thinking she's got low numbers. Casey does the same, hoping for another prize. Chima passes up the envelope. Jeff doesn't, but Jordan does. Jessie takes an envelope.