Adam goes up to see Ryan, who's all "J'accuse!" Although not in so many words. He's all righteously indignant about Adam making secret deals with Sharon, because after all, that's Ryan's job. Adam denies everything, so inarticulately that everything he says is subtitled for a while. Ryan isn't convinced that Adam hasn't been trying to cut deals behind his back, although he loses a bit of steam when Adam tries to turn it around on him. Nothing gets resolved, because we've got to maintain the suspense and also it's time to sell stuff.
After the ads, Julie gets the houseguests live on the viewscreen and asks Ryan if it's dangerous for him to hold all this power. That's the least of Ryan's worries, which he more or less says. Julie congratulates Sharon on breaking a Big Brother record: she's the first player who's ever been nominated five times in a row. When asked how she's managed to stick around so long, Sharon just talks about her faith in her houseguests. Julie asks Sheila why she was so upset about being shackled to Adam, and she doesn't spare Adam's feelings when she answers. For Adam's part, he slurs out a non-answer. And with that, we're off to commercials again.
Coming back, Julie announces the Veto meeting, which happens now, live. Ryan opts not to change his nominations. Julie opens the floor to the nominees, letting Sharon go first. The walking macro stands and gives her usual speech. Sheila tries to be fatalistic as well, but it isn't too convincing, what with all the crying she's barely not doing. So it's time for Adam to vote, and he votes to evict Sharon. Dude, Ryan is going to be pissed.
Sheila breaks down, and Sharon takes off in her usual sunny mood. It's kind of refreshing, actually: she refuses to make this a big moment. Seriously, she's less upset than I get when my cat farts. After she's gone, the three remaining houseguests immediately split up to change clothes, so clearly they've already been briefed on the HoH competition.
Sharon's Chenterview is almost eerily cheery and clear-eyed. She says that Ryan misplaced his faith in Adam, and predicts that Adam and Sheila will stick together to the end. Julie remarks on Sharon's apparent confidence in the face of her six total nominations, and asks where it comes from. Apparently Julie has failed to notice that Sharon doesn't get upset about anything, ever. But to answer Julie's question, Sharon said that she never knew what was going to happen. Well, okay, then.