While they're waiting for the PoV competition, Keesha for some reason shows her hand to April, Libra, and Michelle in the bedroom, saying that she'd like Steven to stay. And then she gets up and leaves the room, so they can all mean-girl her over being a "floater." A similar conversation takes place in HoH with Michelle, Jessie, and Memphis, and now Keesha's a target. Well, it's starting to look like that PoV is going to get used no matter who wins. But then I've been wrong before, i.e., always.
The veto competition has a driver's license theme, combining everyone's two favorite things: Big Brother and the DMV. Dan DRs that he plans to throw the competition so he can continue to look weak. Sure he does. It's a deceptively simple competition: the six players will be shown a series of vanity plates with nonsense syllables printed on them, and then they have to put them in order by states to phonetically sound out Big Brother vocabulary words. The trick is they have to recite the correct states to score points. They have to honk the horns on the steering wheels in front of them to buzz in, but if they buzz in and they're wrong, they're out. Dan blows the very first question, so he's out, just as he planned (he claims). The tricky thing is that as soon as you buzz in, a curtain drops over the plates, so you have to do it from memory. It's harder than it sounds. Which I'm sure is why Jessie bricks the very same question. Finally, on the third try, Keesha gets it right. When the second puzzle comes up, Steven blows it, so he's out. But Michelle gets it right, so she and Keesha are tied for first. From the bench, Steven is trying to force Keesha to win by sheer eye contact.
And now, a twist: the next round is playing for a slop pass for the week. Libra and Keesha are on slop, so this would be a boon for either of them. But whoever wins the slop pass is out of the running for the PoV. This is an easy one, but Libra and Keesha wait each other out, while Michelle tries to tempt them by naming off foods. As you do. After a minute, the buzzer goes off and it's a dead ball. Three players, no slop pass.