Julie’s all in black with a miniature flat screen TV hanging from her neck as she says it’s now all about the Power of Veto. Leave it to Adam to win the most useless HoH of the entire game. Only four players left: Porsche, Jordan, Adam and Rachel. I love it when there are so few names left in the credits.
Julie says it’s Day 69 with an admirably straight face, which is tested even further when she says Adam is a lock for the final three. We’ll soon see his final nominations, and then the final PoV competition will be played and the winner of that will get to pick who goes home. But first, Julie says, “Adam can no longer follow the power; he is the power.” Even that’s giving him too much credit.
Flashback to Rachel breaking the tie to evict Kalia last night. Porsche says she doesn’t have an alliance, and Adam proved that he’s “with Rachel and Jordan,” who will both now take him to the final two, right? I can only assume that’s what he’s thinking. Jordan explains from the Diary Room her vote to keep Kalia: it was a “strategic move” to secure Kalia’s jury vote, as if there’s anything Jordan can do to change who Kalia would vote for in the final two at this point. And Rachel’s kind of annoyed with Jordan for forcing Rachel to get blood on her hands, so I totally read that wrong last night.
Flashback to Adam winning last night’s HoH for the first time. Porsche is hoping Adam won’t nominate her, which is completely insane. And Jordan is regretting not winning, which is completely unsurprising.