The veterans' next move is to start actually hanging out with the newbies, making friends by playing some game called "Big Booty" and throwing dance parties. Dominic's not fooled at all, watching the proceedings stone-faced. Although he does get into calling Brendon "Booky," Rachel's private nickname for him. So he's annoyed, deciding the party's over and dragging her upstairs so he can pout and whine at her about his hurt feelings until he decides he's done arguing. You know, like he does.
Coming back, Rachel and Brendon still appear to be on the outs over what Brendon calls the previous night's "conversation." She apologizes, and he says he just wants them to have a better relationship. "We have to learn how to communicate with each other," he dicks. And she... climbs into his lap and coos, "I love you, Booky." Oh, barf.
We then see Brendon talking to Shelly about the upcoming vote, assuring her that they're not after her and Cassi, so they want her to vote with them. Shelly's just happy to be here in the house. Jeff remembers that Dick drafted Adam, and decides they need to confirm what they think is his allegiance to them by letting him make up the name of their alliance. He figures it's just that easy. Jeff calls Adam over, and he suggests "Adam's Angels." Oh, I'm suddenly so embarrassed for him. "We'll work on it," is the veterans' response to that one. Good answer.
Cassi is talking to Shelly and Kalia about keeping Keith instead of Porsche. Kalia says she's following the majority, whatever that ends up being. Shelly asks what the advantage is of keeping Keith, and Cassi tells them Keith will be a target as soon as his Golden Key expires. Which could also be true of Porsche, as fast as things shift in this house, but whatever. Cassi also tries to bring Adam on board with the plan to keep Keith, but Adam's not sure what to do. Or at least that's what he tells us.
Time for the weekly viewscreen convo between Julie and the houseguests in the living room. Julie says that Dick won't be coming back, but she has a message from him, which she's been teasing before every commercial break tonight. Dick appears on the living room viewscreen, telling them all that he and his family and girlfriend are all fine, so stop worrying. I'm way ahead of him on that one. He says he never would have left if it weren't a personal emergency, but that's all he says about that. He apologizes to Daniele, saying they seem to get along best when they're playing Big Brother together, and tells the other houseguests to play hard and fight hard. As soon as he's done, Julie puts Daniele on the spot, asking her reaction. Daniele just blathers about hanging in there. After a long pause, Julie prompts, "No 'I love you?'" "Oh my gosh, that's so awkward!" Daniele bleats. Daniele says obviously she does, but mainly because she doesn't want to look like a jerk, which she even says. Julie moves on to showing them the clip package of the week's Have/Have-Not competition, focusing on Keith milk-humping his teammates (complete with slo-mo) and then asking Dominic a pointless question to which Dominic provides a pointless answer. Julie's next question is to Adam, and how he as a superfan feels about playing against the veterans. Adam talks about he and Dick both being into "METAL," but now they're competitors. Julie acts like that's the smartest thing she's ever heard.