The first question: what day was Chelsia eliminated (it's 49). As the players start digging around for stones with the right numbers on the underside, Natalie DRs that she's confident in her ability to win this game as the house's resident counting fiend. Sure enough, she presents herself before the idol first. Sharon rattles off some math and arrives second. James is last. But Natalie's answer is off by a week, so she's out first. The other five have to sit there when the fake rain starts.
Next question is when Amanda got sick (it was day 16). Not one of them gets it right. Sheila and James were equally wrong, but since James got there first, Sheila's out. More rain. The idol then asks them when the couples were split up. (day 28). Everyone gets it right but James, who was also last, so he couldn't be more out. James DRs that he felt like a schmuck. It's down to Ryan, Adam, and Sharon for the PoV.
When did Evel Dick show up? Day 44. Sharon's the only one to get it wrong, leaving Adam and Ryan to discuss how this is going to end. The final question is about the James-containing mystery box, which arrived on day 35. Adam lets Ryan get there first with 35, and guesses 34, so Ryan wins the PoV.
In the house, a bedraggled Natalie and Sheila quietly but emotionally celebrate their alliance's win. To Natalie, it means that Matt's going to get his birthday gift now. Sharing a house with James? Worst gift ever. Ryan comes in and they all do a little dance. Sheila thanks Ryan, which may be a bit premature given his secret alliance with Sharon.
Speaking of whom, Sharon and Sheila sit and talk about James, and Sharon informs Sheila that James told her Natalie wants to work with him. Sheila's not happy to hear it. Slick move, Sharon, quietly working the cracks in that alliance. And no, that's not a knock on Sheila's complexion.
So later, Sheila goes to Ryan to promise not to ever put him up, as if she's a power player around here. Ryan trusts Sheila, even if he doesn't say that it's mainly because if we lived in a world where Sheila could win HoH, so many other things would have to be different as to make this hypothetical scenario utterly meaningless. He admits, however, that he doesn't have the same faith in Natalie.