In the last round, Libra beats Jerry with a perfect shot, and his second-place prize is a letter from home. When Renny asks if he wants to keep it or trade it with someone else, he quickly comes to an agreement with Libra and April: they'll split the $10,000 three ways, and then Jerry will swap the veto from Jessie. Jessie's a bitch about it, of course, talking about what a rotten deal the others made. "Love you, Mom," he remembers to add with a desultory sigh. Time to reveal Libra's first prize, which once again is the red unitard. Yeah, you knew they weren't going to let a black woman win a hockey game. Libra decides to trade it for the Hawaiian vacation, and Michelle is seriously pissed. "Ten thousand dollars and this is what I get?" she rages in the DR, looking like she's going to eat the camera. Renny reveals what Memphis's slop surprise is: it's a one-week slop pass to be redeemed at his discretion, but Memphis has to consign another houseguest to slop for a week, starting now. "Jerry," Memphis says without a moment's thought, on the theory that Jerry's never going to Veto him anyway. Well, I guess we'll never know now, will we? Now all that remains is for April, Jerry, and Libra to try to figure out how to split ten grand into thirds.
Michelle is totally off her meds here; not only does she tell Jessie that she's going to quit, she puts down Libra as a bad mother for passing up the letter from home. And in the DR, she goes even further: "I get a fucking leotard by a fucking mother who should get her kids taken away because she's a fucking whore slut skank!?" Whoa! Foul! Chill out, crazy lady. Hawaii's not going anywhere. In fact, I think it's even getting bigger. Michelle needs to work on developing some perspective. Maybe by the time she does, Hawaii will come to her. Michelle is pissed about being made a fool of, and tells the DR camera that she's only going to have her back to it from now on. She is really not trying to hear Jessie's words of encouragement, until he follows her freshly-unitarded ass to her bed and promises to make sure she wins HoH next week. Yeah, good luck with that. By the way, Jessie, remember that thing where you were going to rub your victory in everyone's faces? How's that going?
Veto ceremony. Jerry's wearing his Marines shirt, so you know right away he's not going to do anything sneaky. Jessie goes first, telling Jerry that he'll understand if he doesn't want to stick he neck out for him. Memphis says roughly the same thing, although he's less condescending. And Jerry... isn't using the Veto. Nominees stay the same.