This is still going on at nearly twenty minutes in, but Kalia drops at 32:09, and Rachel wins, just like the producers planned for her to when they set up a lame copy of the very first competition of the season, which she also won. So that's a Veto for Rachel, who says it's for Brendon and Jeff. "We are in the final five!" she sings. Porsche DRs unhappily that she's going to have to nominate Adam and Shelly now. Shelly's pretty bitter about this in the DR.
After the ads, everyone comes back inside and Shelly thinks she needs to do some "swift talking and some quick planning" to save herself. Some time travel probably wouldn't hurt either. Rachel and Jordan celebrate in the storage room, and plan to get rid of Shelly, who they think has been spreading rumors about both of them. In addition to what Shelly actually did, I guess.
Adam is embarrassed at his loss, as he should be, and beats himself up over it in front of Porsche. Who doesn't really have much to say about it. Meanwhile, Rachel and Jordan whisper shit about Shelly and how much they need to get her out of the house. "From this point forward, it's me and you, Jordan," Rachel says. Jordan manages not to flee in terror.
Kalia and Porsche are having the converse discussion in the storage room, and Kalia says they'll have to steal Jordan away from Rachel at some point. One area of agreement she does have with the two veterans is that Shelly and Adam are pretty useless. So it's looking like Kalia and Porsche are thinking about a new final four. Because what else are they going to do?
Shelly goes into the Have-Not room to apologize to Jordan. Jordan apologizes back for blowing up at her, and says Shelly stabbed her in the back. Shelly again gets weepy and talks about playing for her family and how she had been letting Jeff and Jordan get in front of that. She claims to have tortured herself and has paid "the ultimate price" over her decision, even though she's still alive. She says Jordan would have taken Jeff with her, and says she fully expects Jordan and Rachel to vote her out this week. Jordan's still hurt, and Shelly goes in for the hug when Jordan starts crying as well. They call a truce, and Jordan DRs that while she'll forgive Shelly, she won't forget. That's very moving, and probably would have been even more so had Rachel not won the Veto.