Back from the ads, Julie rhetorically asks us, "Just how safe can any pawn be?" Cut to Britney and Rachel in the HoH, with Britney insisting that she hasn't talked to anyone. At this point, Rachel is so desperate for Britney to like her that she tells her all about Matt's offer to go up on the block. Britney tells Rachel that Matt has been acting all pissed-off and threatening to come after them after the eviction. Rachel quickly breaks down, saying that this was what she knew would happen all along. So what to do now? House meeting! Uh-oh.
So everyone gathers in the living room save Andrew, who is busy observing a religious holiday in one of the bedrooms. Rachel tells everyone about Matt's offer to Rachel, and he lamely denies it, claiming that Rachel and Brendon strong-armed him. Matt drags Ragan into it as his witness, while his secret alliance-mates try to burrow into the furniture. Rachel and Brendon tell Matt he got busted, and Matt continues to flail around. As for Ragan, he keeps his mouth shut in the meeting, but DRs that now he doesn't know how to vote. And Monet ends the meeting by warning everyone that after the big show Matt put on for her earlier, he'll lie to everyone else in the house and get away with it. Which does not actually seem to be the case, at least the "getting away with it" part.
Julie gets on the viewscreen for the group Chenterview. She brings up the ancient history of the saboteur and asks how Brendon felt about having his name cleared. Well, obviously he was devastated, Julie, duh.
Julie plays them some clips of the week's Have/Have-Not competition, which they think is hilarious, of course. After giving Ragan a chance to make his joke about how getting taped to the wall is like his typical Saturday night in West Hollywood, Julie turns to Britney to ask her how much being a Have-Not sucks on top of everything else. These are such penetrating queries. Julie asks Andrew how hard it is to practice his Modern Orthodox Judaism, and Andrew says his fellow hamsters have been making it easy. I'm sure he means that as a compliment, but I suspect that they'd be leaving him alone to do his thing no matter what that thing was, as long as he wasn't bugging them. He could be sacrificing furniture to Kali, for all they care. Julie has a viewer question for Kathy about whether being in the house is harder than being a deputy sheriff. She says it is, because she's got nothing in here. Good answer, at least when her fellow houseguests are listening.