Rachel and her Uggs pull Brendon into the storage room to ask him if he'd be willing to win the PoV and change the nominations, even though it means going against Jeff and Jordan. "I think that they're just thinking about what's best for their game," Rachel hisses. Those shady motherfuckers! Brendon's not down with going behind their backs, but Rachel insists in the DR, "We gotta do what we gotta do." Or, what Rachel wants to do, which is frequently the opposite. Rachel says it might help them to make a deal with Dominic afterwards. Brendon's just cool with winning, either way. "Cassi is a snake and a liar, so she's gotta go," Rachel insists in the DR. Which is odd, because the only reason Rachel hates her is because she told Rachel the truth about her feelings with regard to Porsche. And the only worse crime than getting between Rachel and her man is telling Rachel something she doesn't want to hear.
Rachel quietly tells Daniele that she and Brendon agreed to win and use the Veto. Daniele warns that it's risky, but in the DR, she's pretty happy about how this is playing out, even if it upsets the veteran alliance she belongs to: "In the end, nobody's gonna be mad at me and I'm still gonna get what I want." What more could a girl ask for? In front of Rachel and Brendon, Daniele can barely contain her glee.
It's hard to get a first impression of the PoV game field when they come out to the backyard, other than it's color-coded. Each player is wearing a different color, and there are also colored balance beams and gumballs. Waving a day-long lollipop and wearing a crown and purple robe for some reason, Daniele tells them that this PoV is being played as individuals, which is great news to Dominic. To win, they have to chew up sixty or seventy gumballs and stick them on a big card with a Veto symbol marked out on it. The catch is that they have to chew them one at a time, and take each one across the balance beam individually as they chew. "I walk and chew gum all the time!" Jordan boasts, forgetting to talk and look at the camera at the same time. The other catch is that anyone who falls off their balance beam is out -- unless they submit to two weeks of slop to stay in the game. But there are no third chances; a second fall knocks them out of this PoV competition permanently. Jeff thinks Dominic's going home as long as one of the veterans wins, unaware of Brendon and Rachel's plan to get rid of Cassi instead.
The competition starts, and at first, the only remotely interesting thing is Jordan using the phrase "balls in my mouth" in the DR after the competition. Adam admits that he has poor balance, and indeed he's faltering a lot. Lucky for him he's supposed to suck at this anyway. But the first to fall off is Jordan. She's about to take two weeks of slop, but Jeff quickly tells her not to. "You're crabby enough," he explains." In the DR afterward, he says she had no chance at winning anyway, so it's not worth it. Jordan reluctantly agrees. In the DR, Rachel takes this as a sign that "Brendon and I need to take control back of this house." As anything ever not a sign of that to Rachel?