Kevin DRs that he can't beat her in the final two, so he is just stringing her along until he thinks of how he can win. He asks her if she's taking Jordan to the final two, and she says she isn't. Later, Michele and Kevin are outside, and she asks if he and Natalie are still together or not. She says she can't get a read or figure out if they're just trying to throw her off or what. Michele tells Kevin that she knows he doesn't trust her, but if he takes her to the final three, if she wins, she will take him to final two. He nods. She says she doesn't want Natalie in the final two, or to win this game, so he should bring her. He says he knows, and he's not playing for second. He says, "So much to think about." But how is there much to think about, when he knows he can beat Michele, but not Jordan or Natalie.
Jordan and Natalie are by the pool, and Jordan's stressing that she's leaving. Natalie tells her she's 100 percent safe, that it's not a question, because Kevin's "for sure" getting Michele out. Michele DRs that she has to continue to work Kevin. She meets him on the hammock and asks him if he's still trying to figure stuff out. He says he is. She tells him if he doesn't want to take Natalie, it's obviously best for him to go up against her, right? He says "for sure," and I think he knows that he has to keep her to win. She also tells him he's not getting her vote if he doesn't take her now, and he'll need all the votes he can get to win against Natalie. Michele says Jordan probably loves them talking, and he points out Jordan should probably talk to him, too. Jordan's eating ice cream in the kitchen. Kevin says he's open to all options, but has to think more about it. He DRs that he doesn't know if Michele's a better option than Jordan.
Julie's back with Natalie in the HoH room. She tells her no one can hear her, so she can speak her mind. Julie reminds Natalie (who's in a backwards ball cap and hooded sweatshirt over a sports T-shirt of some type) that she has made a lot of deals and asks who she's loyal to. Natalie is, of course, loyal to Kevin. She says all of the other alliances are just part of the game. Julie asks if the lie that she's 18 has helped her or hurt her in the game. Natalie says it's helped her, because everyone thinks she's gullible and immature, and it got her this far. Julie sends us back to commercial before we come back for Kevin to use the veto. Did you know he has all the power?