Final-final-final HoH competition. It's the standard thing where for each question, they have to guess how a specific juror completed a certain statement. The one with the most points after six questions gets final HoH. Unless it's a tie? Anyway. The first question is about Rachel, and what her favorite moment in the house was. They both guess "falling in love with Brendon," so they both get the point, even thought neither of the options include Rachel's annoying laugh. Kathy said the most shocking moment was when Rachel returned, and not when Kathy herself was replacement-nommed by Matt and his Diamond PoV, and they both get it right. On to Matt, whose biggest mistake was either trusting the Brigade or throwing his last HoH. They both get that right too, choosing the latter.
Is Brendon most ashamed of going off on Ragan and Britney in the hammock, or throwing the bowling ball at Jeff and Jordan? That seems like a no-brainer to me, but I would have gotten it wrong and they both get it right. I overestimated Brendon, who is apparently fine with having nearly maimed Jeff and Jordan. Both players also give the same answer to a question about who Ragan thought needs the biggest reality check: "Brendon, because he was wiling to give his waitress a half-million dollar tip." That's beneath Ragan, which is probably why it's the first one they got wrong. They also agree on what Britney thought was the funniest moment in the house: Ragan and Rachel's fight, and not Kathy getting stuck in the caramel, which is what Britney said. Its four-all and Julie's out of questions, so on to the tiebreaker, and the final HoH comes down to guessing a random number: how many times did they get slammed against the walls during the first part of the final HoH? What, you mean they weren't counting?
Hayden guesses 91, and Lane guesses 55, and since the answer is 250, Hayden wins the final HoH. He's up out of his chair whooping and hugging Lane (who looks miserable) and Enzo. We'll be back to see who he sends home. But in the meantime, could they get slammed against the wall some more until they come to a rounder number?
Lane's mom and dad are in the audience, doing the Oscar-loser clap like pros. Julie gets on the viewscreen to the living room and invites Enzo to be the first one to make his case to Hayden. Enzo says it's a tough decision and tells Hayden to do what he's got to do. Lane says Hayden deserves it, he loves them both, and had a tremendous time. Julie reminds Hayden that he's a lock for at least the $50,000 second prize, but then tells him he's about to make a half-million-dollar decision. Wouldn't it be a $450,000 decision, then? Hayden tells them they're both awesome and that he's been loyal to them the whole time, and then sends Enzo out, telling him he's probably guaranteed $25,000 out there. Exit Enzo. Hayden and Lane talk about how they both thought the other was going to evict them, and they wonder about the questions they got wrong, like those decided anything beyond proving that these two dudes have more or less the same brain.