The deal is that there are boards hidden in each giant bowl with menu items printed on them. The players will have to fish them out, then go to their own menu board and fill in the slots with those boards, the goal being to match the menu already set up at the other side of the yard. Which is faced away from the playing field, by the way, so there's going to be a lot of running back and forth. The first to correctly finish and close their menu and ring their bell wins the PoV.
Shane DRs that he's going home if he doesn't win it. JoJo says only she can guarantee her own safety, while Frank says he wants to win, keep the nominations the same, and get Britney down to one player .
The horn sounds, and some of the players (like Shane) go right for the bowls while others bypass them to check the menu before starting. Ian DRs that it's a memory game, and his is practically photographic. Ashley sloooowly describes in the DR how she memorized the first few letters of each menu. With all the dip-covered players running around, it's getting increasingly slippery on the playing field -- and tough to tell who's in the lead, at least until Ian's almost finished.
Shane rushes to slot his last two pieces into place without checking to see if they're right, but at least he gets his bell rung first. Ian is the second to lock in his answer, then JoJo, then Frank, then Wil, and then at long long last, Ashley, taking her sweet time while everyone bakes patiently in the sun. "SHE IS SLOWER THAN POND-WATER," Joe bellows in the DR.
And then, when it's time for players to start revealing their answers, it turns out she got three of them wrong anyway. Janelle pretends to be impressed with Ashley's performance in the DR; either that or she's doing a bit. Wil has a perfect score, so he steals the lead from Ashley. Big surprise. Frank also got a perfect score, and faster than Wil. So did JoJo, and faster than Frank. Ditto with Ian. Now it's just a question of whether Shane got them all right, because if he didn't, Ian wins the Veto, and if he did, Shane wins it for himself. And he... well, we won't know until after the ads, I guess.
Some time after the ads, in fact, because there's a whole long replay of the last moments before the break. But when Shane finally opens his menu and reveals his answers, he got a perfect score as well. So he wins the second PoV in as many competitions, and he takes a celebratory dive into the giant guacamole bowl, where Britney happily joins him. Frank thinks Shane will come after him next week, and regrets not using Mike's stupid idea. Because that would have gone so much better. "Time to go to work," Dan mutters to Danielle.