Sheila has apparently been giving Adam massages this whole time, which she DRs that she hates, but it's the only way she can get his attention. That's how you know this is a successful relationship. And then, during his massage, she spends that precious time whining. They end up bonding, and Sheila DRs that she wants to be standing with Adam at the end of the game.
Up in the HoH room, Sheila talks to Adam and Sharon about the upcoming nominations. Sharon proposes a plan. Step one: Sheila nominates Adam and Sharon as agreed. Step two: Ryan wins PoV and saves Adam. Step three: Sheila nominates Natalie as the replacement nominee. Step four: Natalie gets evicted. This sounds like a good plan. I'm proud to be a part of it. I'm almost dreading its inevitable and ugly derailing.
In the dining room, Sheila sucks up to the guys by proposing the topic of conversation she thinks they'll like: turn-ons. This culminates in Sheila saying that her ideal man is a combination between Evel Dick and Dr. Will. That's sad and disturbing enough, but then the editors morph the two ex-winners' photos together into one face, guaranteeing me nightmares for the rest of the season at minimum.
Sheila summons Ryan up to the HoH to get him to promise to remove Adam from the block if he wins PoV. Ryan quickly makes the promise, and they agree that she, Ryan, and Adam will go to the final three. After Ryan leaves, Adam heads up for his own audience with the HoH, and Sheila promises him that Ryan's down with the plan. Actually, Ryan's down on the main floor with Natalie, who's already proposing plans for next week to him. Which, naturally, involve getting rid of Sheila. Sheila points out to Adam that even though they're the last couple still in the game, they can't afford to look like one. So that's another reason to stick to the plan. Adam sees what she's saying, but is obviously still worried.