After everyone's de-glazed and back in the house, Rachel talks future moves with Jordan. They figure they need to split up Kalia and Porsche (which, not for nothing, puts Adam in the final four), and Rachel says she's not dealing with Kalia, so they'll need to work with Adam. Who's going to be in the final four. So clearly there's something to be said for going through the entire game as everyone's absolute last priority.
Later, while in the shower, Kalia tries to explain to Adam that she was only trying to vote with the house, and she's sorry. "I'm here," is all Adam will say to her. If Kalia really wants to make things up to him she'll swing that shower door open. But failing that, Adam is still pouting over it.
Later, Porsche tries to convince Adam that she's glad he stayed, and that she's hoping it'll be two newbies at the end, like she told Julie, but they both agree that Porsche and Kalia will probably be Rachel's nominees this week. Which I'm sure won't stop Adam from going and begging Rachel for his life anyway.
It's time for Rachel to show off her HoH room, which Kalia's a little slow to join on account of how she's in mid-nap as, apparently, usual. Then Rachel sees that all the pictures in the HoH room are of her and Brendon, because of how the producers love her. But I'm okay with it because of what happens to her later.
Kalia rather brusquely makes her pitch to Rachel, saying she hasn't lied to anyone and that the two of them are actually very similar in terms of how they play (except for how Rachel wins more). Kalia is hoping there's still an all-female final four deal in place. Rachel will only say that it's a travesty that Brendon, Daniele, and Jeff are in the jury house. Which leaves Kalia with pretty much no response except to beg for mercy. But when Rachel asks if Kalia would take her and Jordan to final three over Porsche, Kalia jumps at it. Rachel pretends she has a tough decision to make.
Sunday night filler already? Jordan and Rachel talk about their plans for after the game, which includes such fascinating topics as Rachel and Brendon's car insurance. As it turns out, Rachel is a traffic menace. So now we can understand that CBS stuck her in the house for another summer in the name of public safety. I'm still not happy about it, though.