After the ads, Porsche gets her second snake-eye, so Jordan has to try to match that. But after a long, long time, she only gets a 16, so her shit day is complete, and Porsche is the new HoH, for the first time ever. Jordan and Rachel pretty much wish they could just get evicted now. Well, ladies, the doors aren't locked, are they? On the other hand, Porsche and Kalia don't work terribly hard to hide their glee, although they do go into a small alcove between some bushed for their happy-dance.
Inside, Shelly makes a big show of declining to tell Adam, "I told you so." Adam says it wasn't personal, and Shelly says, "Yeah, it was, but I forgive you." So of course Adam has decided to switch sides, because he can see which way the wind is blowing at this very second. Meanwhile, Rachel and Jordan cry some more in a bedroom. If they're bothered by Adam's absence or even notice it, they keep it to themselves. Jordan DRs that Day 55 is her worst ever, losing all the competitions and Jeff as well. She says she's cried so much she can't even cry any more. But it looks like Rachel is more than picking up the slack on that score.
There's no "who wants to see my HoH room?" scene this week, which is just fine with me. Instead, Porsche lets herself into the HoH room, and is pretty happy to see that the Pandora's Box door is set up in there. She opens the first of two cards on her table, which explains that Pandora's Box could release something good or bad on the house or on the HoH. The monitor comes on and shows the room beyond the Pandora's Box door, where two briefcases marked $5,000 are sitting next to a bottle of champagne. The second card offers Porsche to take it or pass, and after some deliberation, she opens it up. Because let's face it, nobody ever doesn't open Pandora's Box, and nobody ever doesn't regret it. Inside, along with the two cases of cash (or, more likely, the two cases representing cash) there are also two envelopes. One tells her that she's won the cash, but she's got to split it with someone else in the house. And, she has to take the other envelope downstairs and read its contents to everyone else, without reading it herself first. Yeah, that would be the downside. P