In the aftermath of the PoV competition, Sheila is bitter about Ryan taking the $10,000 from her. In the storage room, James and Chelsia happily make out over her possession of the PoV. "It couldn't have worked out better," James says prematurely, and adds that now all they have to do is boot Matt. Sharon and Joshuah join them, reviewing the plan for Ryan to put up Matt. And then Ryan comes in to reiterate his support. Everyone on board? Good.
Sheila wrestles herself into the red unitard, which she rocks with a pair of black boots. She heads out to the kitchen with a fairly convincing show of confidence. Adam is still getting props for giving Sheila the cash. And Chelsia says that nobody was that selfish in the game, which is a pretty dumb remark to make. Sheila disagrees, reminding everyone that she's a single mom. Chelsia warns Sheila not to "play that card." So now Sheila has decided to be Chelsia's mortal enemy, because that's all it takes. After all, why target the person who actually took the ten grand from you, when you can instead target the person who made an insensitive comment about same?
And then she goes to Adam to warn him that nobody cares about them, and they're in trouble. "I don't know how it could have turned so quickly," she stresses. As always when Sheila buttonholes him, Adam's thinking, "Us?"
Sheila's next move is to go to Natalie and inform her that she's decided to abandon the Anti-Matt alliance. Natalie, in turn, looks ready to abandon consciousness. Ryan comes out, and Sheila takes Ryan aside to warn him that there's a movement afoot in the house to take him out as soon as possible. But fortunately for Ryan, Sheila and Natalie are looking out for Ryan, as long as Ryan refrains from backdooring Matt. And Ryan buys it, because the person Ryan is most loyal to, the person he trusts the most, is the person who's talking right now.
PoV ceremony, preceded by Chelsia's contemplation of the memory wall as if any thought needs to go into this. She DRs that it's time for Matt to go. Joshuah gloats in the DR about having "pulled off the biggest strategic move in Big Brother history. The HoH is no longer in power, the house is in power, and guess who the house is. Moi!" That's quite a jinx that guy weilds.
Chelsia calls the houseguests in for the PoV ceremony. Matt sits there looking grumpy with his sunglasses, which is a clear sign that he knows everything. Chelsia gives Sharon a chance to encourage Chelsia to save herself; Sharon does, and Chelsia does. So now it's up to Ryan to make a replacement nomination. He talks about how hard it is to put up one of his bros...namely...James.