Next morning, Cassi buttonholes Brendon in the kitchen and says she would have stuck to the deal she made with the veterans, which is easy to say now. Brendon says they didn't trust her, and Cassi makes one of those swearing-on-your-family vows that instantly makes Brendon think she's lying, and he says, "That's not a deal. That's Big Brother." In other words, you got played, tough shit. As Cassi starts to get upset, Brendon just gets more pissed off, and Cassi gives up on him too. Which she probably should have done before talking to him in the first place. Like, literally, ever.
Time for the group Chenterview via the living room viewscreen. Shelly is wearing a pale ball gown with one shoulder strap, but the wicked tan line on her bare shoulder evens things out. Julie plays them some clips from the Have/Have-Not competition, like they didn't see it the first time. She remarks on Kalia's moment of panic, and Kalia says she's fine now, and appreciates everyone's support. Julie asks Adam about the PoV competition, and of course Adam is grateful to Dominic for saving them both. Cassi, from across the room? Not so much. Julie turns to Rachel to ask her "what happened" after the PoV competition. Rachel admits that she sometimes has a big mouth, but she and Jeff and Jordan are fine now. Of course.