In the backyard, Natalie asks Jordan who she'll send home if she wins. Jordan hints she wants to send Kevin out, so Natalie reminds her what a competitor Michele is. Then she talks bad about Michele. Fortunately, Jordan DRs that she thinks it's weird that Natalie said Kevin was her target and now she's trying to convince Jordan to send Michele home. Jordan says that Jeff told her to stick with Michele, so no matter what anyone says, she's going to stick with Michele. But she tells Natalie, "It's a hard decision."
Michele and Jordan are in bed whispering about the veto. Michele tells Jordan that she trusts her 100 percent at this point, so she can keep it the same if she wins veto and just vote Kevin out. Michele's going to try her hardest. They pep each other up, all, "We'll do this." "We will win." "Final three." It's cute that they've bonded over losing Jeff. In the other room, Natalie and Kevin talk about how things went well, and Natalie thinks she can convince Jordan to keep him if she wins PoV. Kevin doesn't trust anyone, though, so he knows how important it is for him to win the veto. He says it's two against one, and Natalie asks if she's mad he opened the box and can't play. He says it sucks to flip the odds, but she says he would have opened the box, too, and he says he knows. But he adds, "If I don't win, I go home." Julie sends us back to commercial, before reminding us the veto competition is coming up, and the winner will cast the sole vote to evict. Do you get what's coming up yet? And do you see why everyone in this game has to have never seen this show to think Natalie's nominations mean anything at all? Because they beat it over our heads every season how important PoV is at this point, and how it's all that matters.
Julie welcomes us back. It's time for the competition, and Natalie can't compete. In the backyard, everyone is color coordinated (Kevin's blue, Jordan's green, and Michele's red), with matching shirts and headbands. Everyone DRs about how important it is to win to make sure they get to stay. For some reason, since Natalie's not playing, she's not even in the backyard, so Kevin's hosting. He explains the game: It's a "block party," which means very little. Basically, each player has a station with two boards standing side-by-side, each with ten clues on it. They also have ten blocks with four houseguests names on the sides. If they line a block up correctly, there will be two names showing, one next to each board's respective clue that matches that player. Once they have all ten, they hit the buzzer, but if they're wrong, they have to figure out on their own what's wrong and restack their block pile. And ... they're off.