September 11, 2007 09:10 PM by Joe Blackmon
After Zach nominated Evel Dick and Daniele, Evel Dick said that Zach’s
claim that Jameka had restored his faith in God was a lie to get on
Jameka’s good side. Evel Dick told Zach that he had no shot against
anyone else and was playing for second.
In a taped segment, the previously evicted houseguests were shown arriving at the jury house. The five evicted houseguests discussed their hope that Zach and Jameka bond together and overthrow the Donatos.
Before the power of veto competition, Zach and Jameka quizzed each other on possible topics for the competition. Zach and Jameka prayed together for God’s help in winning the power of veto.
The power of veto competition was called “Big Brother Decoder.” Houseguests had to put the faces of evicted houseguests between two clues that related to them. If done correctly, each face then matched to a number that in sequence revealed the number of seconds that the houseguests had been in the house. Daniele won the power of veto competition.
At the live power of veto ceremony and eviction, Julie Chen told Daniele that with five veto wins she had tied Janelle for most veto wins in one season. Daniele used the power of veto to take her father Dick off the block. Since Jameka was the only possible replacement nominee, she went on the block next to Daniele.
During the live eviction vote, Evel Dick stood and voted to evict Jameka. Julie Chen confirmed that it was official that Jameka had been evicted from the Big Brother house.
After Jameka left the house, Julie Chen revealed that the head-of-household competition was a three part competition. The first part was called “The Bunny Hop.” Houseguests had to stand on a pedestal and hold onto a key, while a rotating rabbit tried to knock them off. The competition was still in progress when the episode ended.