Zach is more afraid of Sindy staying in the house than Godfrey but Godfrey is pretty pleased because he knows the house wants Sindy out. Pilar takes being HoH a little too much to heart and everyone has heard that Sindy made a few unnecessary comments to her that have now upset the rest of the house. Even though Sindy is not playing emotionally she isn't playing smart at the moment.
Pilar assures Kevin she is never going to be HoH again. Kevin really cares about Pilar but he needs to keep her focused because it doesn't take much for the house to flip and the next thing they know they'll be the ones on the block. Everyone already knows they're a couple and couples are dangerous.
It's Day 37 and time to pick names for the PoV competition. Pilar picks Willow, Godfrey picks Bobby, and Sindy picks Kevin. Sindy is pretty much on her own on this one, but then again she's been feeling like that from the start. Time for the competition.
The houseguests go into the backyard where Sarah welcomes them to a restaurant style Big Brother Concentration game. The yard is covered with dome covered tables and under the domes the houseguests must find five matching food items that also match their colors. There are also a few game-changers that could help or hamper their game. The winner will win the PoV and a $5,000 cash prize from KFC.
Godfrey goes first and doesn't get a match, nor does Kevin or Bobby. Pilar gets Miss A Turn, while Willow got a Mystery to be revealed at the end. Sindy gets the first match. Godfrey gets Start Over but now needs only three matches, then Sindy gets the same. Kevin gets one, Bobby gets one, Pilar gets one. Willow gets another Mystery. Willow gets a Trade and switches with Sindy to put Willow in the lead. Then Sindy gets a Two Table reveal which could give her the win. Unfortunately Sindy reveals the Eliminated card and she's out of the competition.
Sindy looks like she's taking it pretty hard but she's cried crocodile tears before all over the house before. Everyone who's not playing comes to give her hugs and make her feel better. Not the way she wanted to lose the competition but that's the way the game is played.
Godfrey gets the next match, and another. He needs one more . . . a purple drink. Willow gets another match and she's tied with Godfrey for the lead. Pilar finally reveals Godfrey's missing match, and then Willow reveals the other. It's Godfrey's turn and he walks up and reveals his final match and wins the Power of Veto. The house also wins a KFC chicken dinner.
Willow now gets to reveal her mystery cards. The first one gets her out of Slop and that means she may even get some of that chicken. The second one is to wear a costume of Big Brothers' choosing and she ends up wearing a ketchup bottle. Cue the sexual innuendos.
Back in the bedroom Sarah is trying to strategize with Sindy to keep her in the house. They figure Bobby would be a good target to sit beside her. Now all they need to do is convince Zach to get his alliance to vote out Bobby. Well, that and convince Pilar to put up Bobby. Why does everyone seem to forget that Pilar is the HoH?
Kevin is called to the Diary Room where he is given a secret mission, he needs to sneak into the Vault unnoticed to get a reward for the house. If he's successful he wins the reward, but if he's not there will be punishment. Kevin needs to distract the houseguests and decides to start a bubble bath.
Bruno is called to the Diary Room and told that he needs to stop Kevin from getting into the Vault. He is also informed that other houseguests will be given the same mission. While Kevin is creating a giant bubble bath, Bruno is camping out near the vault. In his zealousness Kevin breaks something in the bubbles and wastes time cleaning up. So much for that plan.
Sarah is called to the Diary Room next, then Godfrey is called to the Diary Room. Nobody knows that everyone else has the same mission except for Bruno. Kevin's new plan is to get everyone outside, which Godfrey and Sarah both think is a great time for them to break into the Vault. Godfrey breaks away from the group and almost makes it until Bruno sees him. Every time Godfrey gets close, Bruno calls him over. Meanwhile Sarah is watching from upstairs.
Willow is called to the Diary Room and Bruno wonders how a giant ketchup bottle intends to sneak into the Vault. Bruno is killing himself watching everyone get in each other's way. Godfrey is trying to get Willow outside, while Willow is trying to get Godfrey outside. Eventually they're all back inside. Then they're all outside until Bruno calls them all back to the livingroom where he tells the houseguests about the mission and that it failed. Then Bruno reveals his mission was a success so they win . . . a masquerade party in the back yard.
Up in the HoH room, Kevin and Pilar are enjoying a much smaller bubble bath as they discuss who to put up. She won't put up Ashleigh and Kevin says "not me" and fortunately Pilar agrees. Meanwhile, Sindy has her own plan and it involves putting Bobby on the block. She intends to get Zach afraid of Bobby and she'll say whatever she needs to to keep herself safe, even if that means throwing Bobby under the bus. That also includes starting the rumour of Bobby's Secret Power of Veto that she was told about. Zach is in agreement with her idea but he's still not sure. He's also not sure he believes there's a Secret Power of Veto.
Zach needs to chat with Pilar, Ashleigh & Kevin. They all agree that flushing a veto would be a good idea but they're not sure it exists. It doesn't, but even the rumour of its existence may keep Bobby safe.
Time for the PoV ceremony and Godfrey would be an idiot not to take himself off. Everybody is trying to manipulate Pilar but at the end of the day, the choice is up to her. Godfrey gives Sindy the chance to plead her case and she says he should use it on her. Sindy then throws Bobby under the bus and says she intends to take Bobby out. Godfrey has decided to use the PoV . . . on himself, and the says that he's still targeting Zach.
The ball goes back to Pilar to name a replacement nomination and for some reason she puts up Brittnee. Brittnee? Really? Why? As a pawn? Even I think that's a stupid move. Pretty sure that one had no guidance from anyone else in her alliance. Granted she really wants Sindy back out of the house, but this seems like a big mistake to me.
An interesting turn of events that should be entertaining to watch on Wednesday when we see whether Sindy or Brittnee is sent to the jury house. It wouldn't surprise me to see Pilar's pawn go home. Be sure to come back for my next review and catch my Survivor update at the same time. Back in a few days everyone.