But first, the Newbies had to come to terms with the revelation that two of their own "flipped" to evict Keith instead of Porsche. And while no one confessed, it is Adam instead of Shelly that is suspect No. 1. Kalia, who appeared like a kid caught with their hand in the cookie jar after Thursday's eviction, was an obvious choice for the second vote.
But the Newbies were interrupted by Rachel, who sparked a pointless Mean Girls-style feud with Cassi in a clear attempt to battle out for "hottest" in the house – despite the fact that demure Jordan and Porsche are also obvious contenders.
After the verbal brawl, proving the age-old high school adage that attractive people stick together, golden key holder Danielle struck a potential deal with Newbie Dominic that got him "ready to sell my soul to the devil" to stay off the block.
And with Brenchel gunning for either Cassi or Dominic to go home, the "devil" may be Dominic's best bet.
But the strategizing took a backseat during the have/have-not competition where each duo was forced in to one jumpsuit that allowed Kalia to feel her partner Lawon's "future grandchildren up in there."
But after Brenchel breezed through their third win for the season – partially thanks to their self-confessed familiarity with being on all fours together – they selected Adam and Dominic and Cassi and Shelly to be have-nots.
Knowing his "back is against the wall," Dominic jumped right back in to game-play by attempting to make a deal with Jordan and Jeff but his visit was shortly followed by Cassi, who also claims to be "on board" with the HoH couple.
At that point it was left to Danielle to go to bat for her new flirty friend.
"It's not like I like him or whatever," Danielle unconvincingly said of Dominic toJordan. "Personally I don't trust Cassi. She's the one creating all the drama with the girls."
But in the end, Jordan did "what I think is best for me and Jeff" and nominated Dominic and his partner Adam because "I don't really know where y'all's heads are at."
But, going in to Wednesday's Veto episode, it is still anyone's game with Jordan claiming, "I need to get Adam or Dominic out of this house." Well, maybe not anyone's game. Despite losing Evel Dick to "personal issues," this season is quickly becoming Big Brother: All-Stars with the Veterans holding all the cards.