The fourth puzzle is a four-plater, worth fifteen points. Whoever gets this will take the lead. Libra buzzes in and then goes completely blank, so she's out, leaving Keesha and Michelle tied with ten points each. Over at the spectators' bench, there's some whispering about Keesha. But we never find out what she would have done, because she blows the next question and Michelle's the winner. In their respective DRs, Memphis congratulates his alliance on having all the power, Steven vows to "make some moves," and Dan's like, "Yeah, Steven, you do that."
Afterward, speculation is rampant about Keesha's motives for passing up the slop pass to stay in the PoV competition. And she doesn't help by apologizing to Steven for losing, right in front of Libra. Steven tells her to watch herself. And later, Keesha and Renny decide that Libra needs to go. Or actually, Keesha decides that, and Renny quietly eggs her on, because Renny may finally be learning how to play this game.
Unlike Keesha, who goes to confront her whole alliance and tell them that she wasn't planning to change any nominations. But she's put her foot in it, because Libra and Michelle are like, "Who were you thinking about vetoing?" Keesha flounders and finally asks, "Do you guys really think I'm that stupid?" Libra simply makes an eloquent gesture.
So later, Keesha goes to HoH to try and turn Memphis and Jessie against Libra, and surprisingly, they seem to be hearing her. In fact, they seem to be seriously considering backdooring Libra right now. I'm not sure where Keesha's clout is coming from all of a sudden. It's not like she's wearing the Hooters uniform or anything.
Keesha continues her anti-Libra campaign, now targeting Renny and Jerry. Renny informs Jerry about Libra's comments about the disadvantage of having both the oldsters on her team during the last food competition, (the editors even insert a clip), and now Jerry's pissed off, too. He certainly doesn't act like the oldest one in the house as he bitches about Libra. He doesn't even act like the oldest one in my son's Montessori school
Next morning, Jerry charges right into the women's bedroom and confronts Libra, and they are instantly in each other's faces, screaming. The fight ranges through the house, over what Libra said and what someone said she said, and what Renny said Libra said, and Libra's bulling through the house all self-righteous about her exact words (she never said the word "slow") as opposed to her clearly implied meaning (which is "we lost because old people are slow").