Jessie rushes into the women's bedroom to get into it with Libra. Shouting commences, audible throughout the house, while Jessie plays the innocent victim. She keeps saying she's done with Jessie, but she can't seem to stop yelling at him. When she finally stomps out and joins the group waiting to celebrate Keesha's birthday, Jessie and April are still in the other room, so Libra goes back to get them, and gets right back into it with him. Finally everyone's in the kitchen, and the saddest group-sing of "Happy Birthday to You" takes place. Seriously, I've seen happier renditions of that song on sitcoms. Sitcoms, you hear me? Seconds later, Libra and Jessie are at each other again in front of everyone else, and then Michelle and Keesha weigh in, and Keesha and Libra shout him down. Libra's parting line is to Memphis, who's been sitting most of this out: "Every day is a new day," she tells him. "You can't vote me out if I'm not on the block," Jessie boasts. Which is factually true, but I smell false hope.
The PoV competition has a hockey theme. Libra says she's feeling anxious given all the strife that's been in the house lately, April feels pressure to win, and Jessie is simply looking forward to rubbing his (or Michelle's) inevitable victory in everyone's face. Well, that certainly sounds like a solid long-term strategy. And can we all agree never to make Renny a host again? I forgot how screechy that lady can be. The competition itself is pretty straightforward, with people trying to shoot a ball closest to the center area of a hockey net divided into narrow sections. The prizes are the complicated part. It's basically a "Yankee Swap" kind of thing where the player eliminated in each round gets a prize, but the people eliminated after them have the opportunity to steal any previously won prize. Let the winning and losing begin!
Memphis blows his shot so badly that he misses the net entirely, and discovers that the sixth-place prize is the PoV medal. He's not thrilled, because he knows anyone can steal it from him at this point. Michelle loses next, and her prize is a Hawaiian vacation, which she holds onto without a second thought. Jessie can take care of himself, after all.
Except that of the four remaining players, Jessie is the suckiest, so he's out next. As always, he's quick to denigrate a competition at which he doesn't excel, in this case equating it to miniature golf, which he doesn't play because his back's too big. Ooookay. Jessie's third-place prize is a "slop surprise," which nobody is allowed to know the meaning of until after the competition. Jessie swaps it for Memphis's PoV medal, for all the good it's going to do him. April is out in the next round, and the third-place prize is $10,000, which according to April makes her a target, right? Except it's not just real money redeemable upon your exit, you can also give it to other players in increments of $1,000 for whatever reason, like, say, to buy a vote, maybe. April decides to keep it, and is at least honest in the DR about saying that her reasons were selfish. She did her part this week, after all.