The Big Brother broadcast began on Day 80, with Kaycee saying she wanted to roll with "Level 6" to the Final 4 and Haleigh commenting how she absolutely needs to win the Power of Veto competition this week or else she's going home.
The other nominee, Sam, believed she was the pawn but was trying hard not to "lose [her] sh-t." Tyler Crispen was worried Sam might have another freak out moment because he needed her to stay in the game and for Haleigh to go.
Haleigh, however, was hoping Sam would lose her cool because it would be beneficial to her own game.
Meanwhile, Brett Robinson and JC Mounduix were worried about Haleigh potentially winning the veto because one of them would go up as her replacement nominee, "100 percent," according to JC.
"She's not putting up Tyler. She's not putting up [Angela Rummans]," JC explained of Kaycee's decision making.
Tyler and Kaycee were then shown confirming JC would be the replacement nominee if either Haleigh or Sam won the Power of Veto.
The Final 7 then received sweet video messages from their loved ones at home, and the tears were flowing.
JC then revealed he was in a new bromance with Brett since his "big, dumb puppet" -- Faysal Shafaat -- was gone. Brett also could not imagine life without being friends with him. Brett said they were both two "balls of energy," and if JC got evicted, he'd be the only person left to annoy everybody.
It then became time to pick players for the Power of Veto competition. In addition to the Head of Household and two nominees, Tyler, Angela and Brett were also selected to compete.
Brett happened to be Sam's "Houseguest Choice," because she thought he'd have her back.
In order to protect himself, JC told Tyler that Brett thought he had a showmance with Angela and would be coming after them. It wasn't true, but JC wanted to make "Level 6" suspicious of Brett.
"JC has been bugging me about my relationship with Angela long enough, and now he's dragging Kaycee into this and trying to get me to go after both of them. I know exactly what he's doing, and it's only making it easier for me to want him as the replacement nominee," Tyler said in a confessional.
For the "BB Comics" Veto Competition, each participating houseguest was required to race through "a city" and pick out the "evil imposters" among lifesize cardboard cutouts of the players' super-hero alter egos.
The first person to rid the city of all its imposters in the shortest amount of time would win the veto.
Haleigh apparently buckled under the pressure because she finished in last place with a time of 18 minutes and 56 seconds.
The winner of the competition was Kaycee, who completed the task at hand in a super impressive two minutes and 17 seconds. Tyler claimed second place with a time of six minutes and 35 seconds.
This marked the third time in a row Kaycee has won the Power of Veto. Sam felt safe because she trusted Kaycee and chose to believe that she's the pawn.
But Haleigh started to cry in the Diary Room, venting to cameras, "Not only do I feel like I just lost a veto competition, I feel like I just lost the entire game of BigBrother. I'm embarrassed; I feel stupid. I'm just disappointed in myself. I had one thing to do, and it just sucks."
Tyler then sat down with Kaycee and warned her about his previous conversation with JC. Kaycee knew every single move mattered at this point in the game, and so she needed to make sure she was doing the right thing.
At the Veto Meeting, Kaycee announced she had decided to keep nominations the same, leaving Haleigh and Sam on the chopping block. Kaycee explained her decision was strictly a game move and nothing personal.
"I'm tired of fighting, however, I'm not dead yet. I pulled it out before and hopefully I can do it again," Haleigh noted.
"Haleigh is the last person on the other side of the house and she's a huge threat to Level 6, so she's got to go," Kaycee told the cameras.