July 31, 2007 09:31 PM by Joe Blackmon
After the nominations, Dustin told Kail that neither she nor Jen was
his target. Dustin told Kail that he was really targeting Zach and
that she should fight for power of veto. Nick comforted Jen who was in
tears over the nominations.
Dustin, Jen, Kail, Daniele, Jameka, and Jessica were the competitors for the power of veto competition. Jameka told Kail that God had already ordained who was going to win. Jameka told the other houseguests that she was going to play as hard as she could for Jen because Jen drew her name to compete in the power of veto competition. In the diary room, Evil Dick said “Jameka, don’t you think that God has something better to do. Do you really think he’s worried about your friggin ping pong ball and you playing for this skanky chick.”
In the power of veto competition, the houseguests earned Big Brother bucks by interpreting pieces of art. If the houseguest misinterpreted the piece of art, then they were out of the game. The houseguests also had chances to purchase items, and Dustin purchased a trip to Barbados and five thousand in cash. Because Jen answered the last question wrong, Jameka won the power of veto competition because she was in the lead when the game ended..
The America’s Player challenge was for Eric to get a minimum of three different people on five different days to say the catchphrase “I’d do that for a dollar.” At the power of veto ceremony, Jameka stuck to her word and took Jen off the block. As head-of-household, Dustin nominated Nick to take Jen’s place on the block. After being nominated, Nick said “I think I was nominated basically because of the fact that I’m probably seen as a threat later on in the game. I’m not giving up, and I’m not going to lay in the weeds and just sulk like Kail’s doing.”