Chenderdome. Will Zach and Jameka stay friends in real life? Jameka delivers the most polite "no" possible. Does she believe Dick's attacks on her faith were just gameplay? Kind of, but it was still hurtful. Julie then reminds Jameka of how, when she first arrived in the house, she commented that she wasn't used to being around so many white people. I SO want Julie to go, "Girl, aren't white people wack?" Instead, she just asks how the experience aligned with her expectations, and Jameka very nicely says that white people are just people like anyone else. Aw. I just can't get over how good Jameka looks in this moment: she was really over this game, I think. Daniele is glad she got to know Jameka. Dick says that it's been a pleasure knowing her in the house. Jameka mouths "whatever." Dick then goes on rambling about "fun and games and quarters and LNC," like, you aren't signing a high-school yearbook, Chip, jesus. Zach was grateful to give Jameka the chance to fight back in the game. That kind of seems like a compliment for Zach, but anyway. Julie then replaces Zach's lumpy visage with a photo of Jameka's new niece -- who is, indeed, much cuter than she was when I first saw her two weeks ago. Jameka is very excited to see her and immediately starts crying happy tears. Aw, Jameka. You were kind of ridiculous sometimes with all the God shit, but you seem like a very sweet person and at least you were consistent and sincere.
And then, the final HoH competition. There are three rounds. This part is an endurance competition: everyone's standing on big carrots, holding their keys, which are hanging over their heads from a frame of some kind. There's a rabbit on a big metal pole that is rotating in a circle; when the pole comes your way, you jump over it without losing either your grip on your key, or your footing, when you land back on your carrot. Nothing of note happens.
After commercials, it starts to "rain." According to Daniele, it's cold. And that's all we get for tonight. I so hope that Zach's mind really is a samurai sword, and not a Hello Kitty paperweight.