Brendon gets back, sees his message, and DRs that this just made his decision easier. He goes downstairs, and Ragan pointedly goes out to the backyard while everyone else talks to Brendon about Rachel's visit, and how it got a little dramatic. Although nobody names names. Matt does, however, coin the term "P-Box, which I think is probably not likely to catch on.
Britney visits Brendon, who informs her that he's been waffling back and forth between her and Matt. Britney assures him that she won't nominate him if she wins HoH next week, and she DRs that she'll say "whatever crazy thing I have to say." As an example, they shake on it and her relationship with Nick, who I guess is her fiancé. Although if Brendon got the name wrong and Nick's just some guy she went to high school with, it'll probably be easier for Britney to go back on it.
Ragan's turn. He advises Brendon to spare Matt, on the grounds that Matt never throws competitions. And we know how much Brendon and Rachel hate "floaters," which I've finally figured out is their term for people who don't have to fight for their lives every goddamn week because everyone hates them. Ragan adds that Lane vs. Britney would mean Britney went home, while Lane vs. Matt might possibly result in Lane's eviction. Brendon is still torn, and I can't believe we're spending all this time on a debate that Matt's Diamond PoV is probably going to render moot anyway.
Saboteur message. All he says is that there's a competition tomorrow that could change the course of the game, so everyone should get some sleep. "Nighty-night." Everyone wonders about the competition and goes immediately to bed, without it seeming to occur to any of them that when the saboteur tells them to get some sleep, it means they won't get any. Sure enough, the monitor goes off at 2:41 AM, and everyone gets out of bed, just to hear the saboteur telling them to wake up before disappearing again. "Remember to expect the unexpected, he says at 3:08. There's another non-message at 3:16, but the saboteur's audience is shrinking. And does not include Ragan, it's worth mentioning. It seems to continue all night, until at 6:35, he announces that there's no competition at all. Back to bed, everyone. Ragan gloats in the DR about keeping everyone in "a paranoid state of freakatonia." Whatever, now they'll just sleep until three in the afternoon.