Time to check in with Matt's wife in Chicago, who says that Matt is "extremely intelligent, but he lacks all common sense." Awesome. Scene of her hosting a viewing party at her place. After all her friends watch her husband claim she has a rare bone disease, she tells us she was shocked, and disagreed with the move, but played into it with the HoH letter she wrote it to help him out anyway. Scene of Matt talking to Rachel and Brendon about it, and looking guilty when Brendon promises to see what he can do after the game. And looking even guiltier when Kathy and Andrew talk about how low it would be to claim that a loved one is on a deathbed. "Totally," Matt says unconvincingly.
Time for the HoH Chenterview. She gets right to the point of his lie about his wife, and he smugly says it's working. As to whether he's offending anyone, he says he's sure he is, but he's got to do what he's got to do. Julie asks Matt why he didn't nominate Brendon and Rachel, and claims to have made a deal with them, of which we've seen zero evidence. Either he's lying or the editors blew it, and I don't really care which. Julie asks who the weak link in the Brigade is, and Matt says it's Hayden, because he's not looking in a mirror.
Julie switches channels to the living room to talk to the nominees. Kathy makes a speech about her love, morals, faith, integrity, and loyalty, and tells her family, "See you soon." Hopeful, that, but Andrew's about to blow her out of the water. He gets up, wastes precious seconds telling them that he needs to talk fast, and outs Kristen and Hayden's secret "showmance." Which is awesome, although maybe he could have mentioned this earlier. He claims that he's overheard them shit-talking other houseguests, and gets into specifics, naming names of people he says they talked about. Going too far, Andrew. But then he floors it, putting down Kristen and telling Hayden to get away from her because he's a good guy. Which is just going to remind everyone about his fight with Kristen and decide he's petty and full of shit, if not actively insane. "Captain Kosher out," he concludes. Julie shuts down whatever Kristen was about to say (after all, she's gotten her thirty seconds of screen time this week), because it's time to vote. Hmmm, wonder how it's going to go?