So that's Kevin as the winner of part one, and now Natalie and Jordan will face off in part two. But not before Julie wastes some more of our time.
After the ads, Julie gets on the living-room viewscreen for an announcement. Kevin groans aloud. "I heard that, Kevin," Julie says, as though there's anything she can do about it, and tells them that they're all going to final night. Kevin and Natalie: "What? What!?" She repeats that Natalie and Jordan will compete live tonight for the second round, followed by a third and final round on finale night. Whereupon the winner will become HoH and send the last jury member out into the studio. She leaves them to freak out over that. I'm freaking out over what kind of filler I'm going to have to wade through on Sunday.
We're now at the jury house, with Russell wearing a plastic crown and proclaiming himself king of whoever the next houseguest to arrive will be. Jessie, of course, does not recognize Russell's sovereignty. Both Russell and Lydia are pulling for Kevin, but if Natalie shows up, Lydia says she'll need to explain her "big lie" about her age. Still not getting why she cares so much, except that it provides her a convenient excuse to hate Natalie again. I say, why pick just one? They all want to see Jeff as the next juror. But when an effeminate "Haaiii!" rings out from the foyer, Lydia thinks it's Kevin. Of course we know it's Jeff, and they're happy to see him, although of course in a not very nice way. They all make some wrong predictions, and Jessie drops the bomb that Natalie's 24. Jeff likes that -- and the ensuing animosity in the jury house against Natalie -- as a sign of hope for Jordan. Because it's not like Jordan has much of a chance without at least one of the other two shooting him or herself in the foot. Jeff plays them the DVD of the previous week, showing Natalie's coasting in the s'mores-related HoH competition. More wrong predictions ensue, and then there are more commercials.
Oh, couldn't we have more commercials instead of what's coming now? For some reason, they've scraped up four former Big Brotherplayers -- Evel Dick, Danielle, Mike Boogie, and Janelle -- who are all in the studio to catch up and share their opinions on the current season. Danielle thinks Natalie has played the best game, while Janelle thinks the worst move was Jeff's eviction of Russell. Mike, a former Coup d'Etat-holder (though not Coup d'Etat user) himself, enjoyed seeing Jeff get rid of Jessie, as well as Kevin and Natalie's betrayal of Jeff. Dick agrees with that, saying, "Some of the best players don't make it to the end of this game." Says a winner. Julie gives them a chance to talk about Chima. Mike wants to cut her some slack, Dick thinks she was an idiot for losing sight of the end goal, and Janelle and Danielle call her a brat and a diva. Mike, Janelle, and Dick predict Kevin as the winner, but Danielle says she'd like to see a woman win against a man in the final two for once, because that never happens. Mike credits it to men's superior public speaking skills, and nearly gets his ear twisted by Julie for it. Couldn't she twist it anyway? Like, until his head comes off?