Post-noms, Shane and Britney head in to the Have-Not room so he can ask her for advice. All she can say is that it'll be a long week and he needs to "reintegrate" himself. Britney's completely adrift, and as JoJo joins them, they complain some more. But at least they're complaining as a team.
Mike points out to Frank up in HoH that Danielle got a free ride this week, not being nominated or being a Have Not. Mike DRs that she might be the replacement nominee, but no matter who goes up, whether it's two players or three, only one of them is leaving this week. And thus Mike advises Frank to start making friends, because somebody's going to be staying.
It's time to pick players for the PoV competition. Frank draws Ian's name, Shane picks Ashley, and JoJo picks Wil. That's disappointing for Dan and Danielle, both of whom were hoping she'd get to play and thus avoid getting backdoored. Well, in order to save herself, she'd have to not only play, but win, so I don't think this is such a big loss.
With all the plot being crammed into this hour, we still have to spend time listening to Ashley talking about what kind of man she wants. And considering it's a long list of requirements, it fills a lot of time.
Joe appears in a sombrero and poncho, and announces to the house and most of Southern California that it's time for the Veto competition. They head outside, and pretend to be impressed by giant bowls of fake salsa and guacamole and such. As for the pitchers of margaritas, I don't think their appreciation is fake. At all. Then the six PoV players come out with giant foam rubber tortilla chip costumes draped over brightly colored unitards. "This is the coolest thing ever," says Ashley, who is rapidly becoming the Luna Lovegood of the house.