A moment later, he walks into the Pandora's Box room, which is decorated like a museum vault with gold walls and the Diamond PoV in a display case. Matt reads that it allows the holder -- him -- to not only Veto any nominee he wants, but name their replacement. He cares not at all about the punishment he's putting the house in for, and DRs, "I totally run this place like always, just another week in the Big Brother house. Or, another week in the version of the Big Brother house that exists in Matt's head.
In order to inoculate himself against whatever suspicion will accrue to him from what's in the offing, Matt hides the Diamond PoV in the luggage and gets out his dollar prize card from the first HoH competition. He goes downstairs and says he opened Pandora's Box, and says something about a briefcase on a screen and the return of his dollar card, meaning that he'll thinks he'll undergo the same punishment as anyone else. Which nobody believes for a second. Which in turn even Matt recognizes. "We're all gonna get saboteured," Enzo says with surprising acuity.
Later, Brendon and Rachel talk about what Matt's up to while Britney eavesdrops. And Ragan is speculating to Hayden and Kathy on what it could mean, up to and including bringing somebody back. Well, sort of.
Ragan goes into the DR and, spotting the envelope on the couch with his name on it, looks at it askance and says, "Oh, this is not good." He sits down and reads the offer for him to be the next saboteur, which will include three sabotages per week. Let's hope they're not as lame as the ones Annie had to do. Ragan is shocked that he was chosen for this, and is torn about the decision. But since he doesn't want to let America down, he agrees to be the new saboteur, hardly believing it himself. Oh, Ragan.
Rachel approaches Matt to talk about his upcoming nominations. Ragan offers to leave, and Rachel rudely says she doesn't care; "I know you guys are like a team." Which is news to everyone in the room but Rachel. She wants to make a deal with Matt, warning him that one of them is likely to win PoV. Ragan again wonders why he's there, and starts to angrily say that nobody's ever even proposed an alliance with him. Then Rachel tells him it has nothing to do with him and tells him to go, then. "Okay, Rachel," Ragan says with exaggerated politeness. She does it right back to him, and suddenly this is spiraling into a fight. Brendon walks in to take Rachel's side while Matt leans back and watches, bragging about doing that until he disagrees with Brendon about something and wades right in. Good strategy for about three seconds, though. Rachel comes up with the idea of Brendon and Ragan leaving, and Matt's ready to move on, but suddenly Rachel thinks there's no point. Well, it was all worth it, then.