The Power of veto competition players are drawn and Ian is picked to be the host.
It’s veto competition time, and the contest is called “Draw Something”. This competition is a contest of wills and visual puzzle solving. These puzzles once solved allowed the house-guests to perform a punishment, receive points or decline and be eliminated from the game. Frank takes on points and punishments as he takes a dip in an avocado bath, accepts a chum bath once an hour for 24 hours, and wears a carrot costume for a week! Frank also accepts 1 week of non-eligibility for HOH (this would mean two weeks for Frank because his is not eligible in the next HOH competition.
Punishment Paint is hurled onto Danielle, and she is in the race. Dan eats some Big Brother “food” (somewhat gross things) and is a close second in the scoring. After Dan accepts 24 hours of solitary dance party confinement, the scores are very close.
Frank mumbles “summer” to Britney and gets disqualified for breaking the rule of not giving away aid to other house guests. Frank’s punishments stand with no chance of him gaining the Power of Veto.
Jenn is victorious (by default) and takes slop for the rest of the summer for the win and the power of veto.
Dan is overcome with emotion at the loss, and quickly enters his solitary punishment.
Britney and Danielle enjoy their time when they are chained together for 24 hours as a punishment of the veto competition.
After Dan’s 24 hour solitary confinement, he fakes a sort of panic attack and gains some sympathy from the house-guests in the form of concern for his health. Dan requests a house meeting, saying that he has some things to say. He addresses the house as if he has remorse, and says good things about everyone, and many tears are shed. Danielle is the last person to be addressed by Dan, and he says she is dead to him in this game. Danielle reacts very poorly, and is devastated by Dan’s remarks. He later clues her in on the plan.. she is not amused, but hopeful.
Dan requests a meeting with Frank during his “funeral” and comes clean with him and tells him it’s a plan to save him and make new alliances. Frank buys in, and joins Dan in a final 2 deal with a handshake.
During the Power of Veto ceremony, Ian first chooses not to use his golden power-ball veto. Jenn then steps up and to amazed, astonished and open-mouthed house-guests, takes Dan off the block and replaces him with Brittney.