Have/Have-Not Competition. Everyone splits into teams of red and blue and, for some reason, horn-rimmed glasses, and heads out to the back yard, which has been decorated as a retro cocktail lounge. One member of each team will go behind the bar, out of sight and mix up a smoothie out of three gross ingredients from the menu and milk. Then the two players will taste each other's smoothies and try to identify as many ingredients as they can. The one who guesses the most wins the round and a point for their team. Team with the most points is Haves for the week. Jeff and Lawon are the first matchup. Each of them correctly guesses two of the ingredients in the other's cocktail. The tie-breaker is a "chug-off," which Jeff wins, even though Lawon is HERE TO PLAY.
Porsche's up against Shelly next, and puts in onions because she doesn't know what they taste like. I'm thinking that if Porsche makes a habit of basing her actions on things she doesn't know, she's going to be a very busy girl. Shelly's main challenge is that Porsche's mixture is too thick to actually drink, but she correctly guesses that carrots are in it. Porsche correctly guesses beets and dill pickles, so she beats Shelly, even after Jeff gave Shelly a correct answer that Shelly ignored.
The last round is Jordan vs. Daniele, although first it's a battle between Jordan and Jordan's gag reflex. Daniele and Jordan both get one right, so it's another chug-off tiebreaker. Daniele wins it, so the Red Team of her, Porsche, Adam, and Lawon are haves, making Jordan, Jeff, Rachel, and Shelly the Have-Nots. Jordan looks pretty sad about it, mainly as a result of feeling like she let her team down, but Shelly is smiling contentedly like this was her plan all along. Who the hell throws a H/HN competition, though? The Have-Not menu turns out to be coconuts and catfish, which they're actually relatively happy about. Except Jordan, who's still a weepy, red-faced mess.
In the Have-Not room, Jeff tries to buck up Jordan, who's getting bitter about how people like Porsche and Lawon are just coasting along. Well, why the hell shouldn't they, if everyone else is fighting amongst themselves? Wait for the dust to settle. Jordan figures she, Jeff, and Rachel are the only real players, "And you and Rachel are just gonna get picked off." Love the implicit assumption that she's safe because everyone loves her, which probably isn't wrong. And then all her sadness about their long-term prospects in the game comes back around to "I should have known sauerkraut."