After Kaycee won the Power of Veto, she chose to keep Haleigh Broucher and Faysal Shafaat on the chopping block together. Haleigh and Faysal had been nominated for eviction by this week's Head of Household, Angela.
The Big Brother broadcast began on Day 66, with Angela saying she had nominated Haleigh and Faysal because they're a power couple and the only players left on the opposing side of the house. Angela laughed about how she's "evil," and she's clearly proud of herself.
Haleigh was angry Faysal never listened to her when Scottie Salton was still on the show and they had a chance to knock one of "Level 6" out, but there was nothing she could do about it now.
Faysal apologized to Haleigh, and then she insisted she was the target. But Faysal was the real target because he proved he can win Power of Veto competitions.
Meanwhile, Sam Bledsoe thought she was going to be the one nominated, and she hated seeing Faysal on the block because he was "precious" to her.
Tyler Crispen then told Angela that he loved her speech at the Nomination Ceremony and he was proud of her for making big moves and really playing Big Brother.
Haleigh and Faysal were then shown joking about how they're the "worst players in Big Brother history." She didn't want to sit on the block next to her boyfriend, but Faysal joked it would be kind of "romantic."
Meanwhile, JC Mounduix discussed with Kaycee how worst case scenario would be Sam winning the Power of Veto because then she could take Faysal down from the chopping block and be safe herself, leaving JC as the probable replacement nominee.
In addition to Angela as the HoH and Haleigh and Faysal as the nominees, the following people were selected at random to compete: Kaycee, JC and Sam.
Given Sam was a little bit of a wild card, she was Haleigh's "Houseguest's Choice."
Haleigh then paid Angela a visit in her HoH room, and Angela revealed her chances of staying were better as long as she'd be sitting next to Faysal on eviction night. Angela admitted her allies were afraid of Faysal in competitions.
"This is all me at this point, and the only way I'm safe is if I win the veto," Haleigh said in the Diary Room.
Afterward, Faysal asked JC to save him if he won the Power of Veto, but JC explained if he goes against the house in such a way, he'd be the next target.
Faysal, however, warned JC that he was next anyways since Angela, Tyler, Kaycee and Brett Robinson were a solid four-person alliance.
For the Power of Veto competition dubbed "Mission to Planet Veto," each player were required to try to catch as many balls as possible thrown at him or her while slime and water sprayed everywhere.
Each round got a little more difficult, with balls in Round 1 being worth one point, balls in Round 2 being worth 2 points and balls in Round 3 being worth three points. In the third round, the houseguests actually had to catch the balls in their mouths.
All of the players really struggled with the competition, except for Kaycee -- a pro football player -- who caught every single ball in the second round and Faysal, who proved to be quick and agile.
In the end, Haleigh earned 13 points, Angela earned 16 points, Faysal racked in 32 points, and Kaycee won the competition with 33 points.
The only option Haleigh had was to leave the one person who had her back the entire time and attempt to mix and mingle with houseguests who didn't even really want her in the game. Haleigh was almost 100 percent confident Kaycee was not going to use the veto.
Faysal was upset Haleigh didn't want to spend his last couple of days in the house with him.
Brett then tried to pull Haleigh in his corner since Faysal was probably going home. Haleigh was willing to do whatever it takes to stay in the game, so she cozied up with Brett in the hammock and flirted a little bit.
At the subsequent Veto Meeting, Kaycee announced she had decided not to use the Power of Veto.