The first question is in regard to the large number of fake bats hanging from a vampire film set. Jessie and Spencer are unsure enough of their answers to fold, and the other three were planning to fold anyway, so Helen wins that round. They then have to guess the number of fake brains floating in tanks. Everyone except Helen folds again, meaning she's got a second ticket. At some point, Jessie is going to have to figure out what's going on here if only from all the sarcastic "Good job, Helen"s that are emanating from the booths around her. Third round: they have to guess at a number of gold coins. There's the wide range of guesses you might see when only half of the six players in the game actually want to win. Jessie continues to fold (because she's such a bold player who wants to make big moves), but Spencer decides he's had enough of this stupid plan and decides to try winning. He stays, and his guess is closer than Helen's, so not only does he win a ticket, Helen has been eliminated from the game. So much for the plan. And so much for Spencer's strategy of being cool and likable this week.
So now it's anyone's game. There's a little DR interlude in which Elissa claims to be a "total math whiz" and then babbles some word salad about "ratio" and "proportions" that her brother-in-law is probably laughing out loud over back home. In the fourth round, which calls for players to guesstimate a quantity of plastic bolts, Jessie and Spencer both fold, while Amanda, Elissa and Andy all stay. Andy wins a ticket and Amanda is out. Spencer DRs, "If Jessie doesn't get eliminated soon, I am so screwed." In more ways than one. As Amanda stomps over to join Aaryn, GinaMarie and Helen at the spectator seats, we see her DR that Spencer screwed this up so badly, "I don't even know if I want Jessie gone." For the fifth question, Jessie consciously goes higher than the otherwise would after lowballing the first four rounds, and ends up guessing almost triple the other players. Spencer folds, Jessie stays, Elissa wins a ticket and Jessie is out of the competition. There's only one question left, and with Spencer, Elissa and Andy as the only players remaining -- with one ticket each -- the winner of the next question will win PoV. Andy DRs that he needs to win and keep the nominations the same, while Spencer DRs that he pissed people off, but if he wins he'll be safe for the week. Solid long-term plan, that.
This is sufficient "suspense" to make us wait until after the ads to see the outcome. Spencer, Andy and Elissa have to guess a number of garlic bulbs. Elissa folds, even though this is the last question and there's no point in holding out for the next one. That's our math whiz. Andy's answer was closer, so he wins PoV and gets to keep his nominations the same. Everyone looks pretty happy about it other than Jessie. Spencer hopes in the DR that going against the plan won't bite him in the ass, though Amanda DRs that it just might. And here's the downside for Andy winning the PoV: Helen now expects him to use this opportunity to take out a strong player like she wants him to. Careful what you wish for, Helen.