Dustin, Jessica, and Eric have a talk in which they agree that they have the votes to keep Eric. Eric gets all ragey, building up to his comments that Dick and Daniele can have their family reunion in the grave that they're digging for themselves. Nothing like picturing a couple of members of a family mouldering in the grave together as punishment for their game play. I mean, on the one hand, yes, and on the other hand...you're not supposed to be America's Psycho, there, so slow down a little, Mohawk Sally.
After commercials, Daniele chirps that it's time for the veto competition. She will play, the two nominees will play, and three people chosen at random will play. Although Eric tells us that he wants his ball to be chosen, Daniele picks Zach, Jen picks Dustin, and Kail picks "Houseguest's Choice," and she chooses Jameka. Amber is appointed host, which I'm sure is a real honor for her, considering that she can barely host her own trips to the bathroom without crying.
In the backyard, it turns out that the veto competition involves "sticky situations." I'm thinking there's going to be honey and Scotch tape involved, but no. These are just bad situations. Oh, boy. Amber is a really bad host. You think you know how had she'd be, and then she's...so much worse than that. The way this works, you bid on a series of unpleasant tasks. If you bid high, you have to do it. If you bid low, you're out of the competition. "How far are you willing to go to assure you win the veto?" Amber reads. The first item is called "Show Me The Bunny," and it involves bidding the number of hours you're willing to wear a bunny suit in the house. Seriously. Zero to 120 is the range of choices. Dustin bids 100, Jameka bids 110, and everybody else bids 120, requiring them to wear bunny suits for 120 hours. As Jameka notes, this worked out well for her. No elimination; no bunny suit. Strategy! Bidding strategy!
The second item: how many times are you willing to have a disgusting mixture dumped on your head in the next 24 hours? Everyone goes over to smell it first. Daniele thinks it's manure. Kail agrees that it's got a Port-a-Potty scent to it. Your choices are zero to 24 times. Everyone bids 24, meaning that everyone "wins." Daniele tells us she didn't want to do it, but she haaaaad to. For Nick! Take the poo-head for Nick! Nick wants you to have poo-head!
The next item has you write a number from 0 to 10,000. Whoever writes the highest number gets $10,000, but is eliminated. Eric reminds us that he's counting on Jameka at this point. Everybody writes zero, so there's no money. Zach says he thought maybe this would make people like him better if he didn't take the money. I'm sure that ought to do it. That and BEING LESS WEIRD.