Dan then gets to board a helicopter that flies out over the ocean, and Dan seems to be wondering if he might be better off crashing into the Pacific than coming face-to-face with Michelle. When she arrives on the island where Dan has landed, Dan explains that she doesn't know which of the houseguests chose her, and will be surprised to see him. Indeed she is, and Dan puts on the smarm to try to win her over while they share a very wine-intensive lunch on the beach. Michelle interviews that it was nice of Dan to pick her, although she suspects that Dan is trying to secure her jury vote. Wow, can't get anything past her. Michelle quizzes Dan about what happened and who knew about her imminent backdooring. He names Renny, Memphis, and Keesha as his accomplices, which is pretty canny of him considering one of them will probably be with him if he makes it to the end. Then they go swimming and kayaking in the ocean, and the date is over. Dan flies off first, and I'm sure that if this hadn't gone well he would have been fully prepared to bribe the pilot not to return for Michelle.
Back in the studio, Julie teases the upcoming and final PoV competition that, as you may or may not have heard, is the most important one so far because it means the winner gets to decide who leaves. I'm pretty sure there are scenarios, however unlikely, in which that would not be the case, but I don't have time to run through all of them. In the backyard, the houseguests find a big four-sided pyramid, with a ten-step staircase on each side and a button at the top for each of the four players. Each step will light up with two clues about an evicted houseguest, and when each player hangs the correct person's name on that step, it lights up and they can move up to the next one. The first one to hit his or her button on the top wins the last PoV. And Dan DRs that it's... not going to be him. Why get any more blood on his hands, after all?
When the competition begins, it seems to be pretty much between Memphis and Keesha. Dan's only complaint is that he can't see how well the others are doing, so he's not sure if he's sucking as much as he wants to. When he gets near the top and sees Memphis lagging, he deliberately keeps screwing up the penultimate step while waiting for his fellow Renegade to catch up. The problem with his plan is that Keesha is also catching up, but ultimately it's Memphis who wins it. As the PoV medal is hung around Memphis's neck, Jerry ruefully DRs that he has to rely on Memphis because it's not like there are other options for him now. Keesha is worried about whether Memphis will keep his final-two deal with her. Well, sure, why wouldn't he?