Dan Gheesling has become the star of Big Brother 10. He is playing the game of Big Brother on a different level than the rest of the house.
Keesha and Memphis Garrett are both pretty displeased with Dan's nomination of Memphis. Memphis, especially, is legitimately angry.
However, the key is the reason. He's mad that Dan made the deal with Ollie to begin with, not that he followed through with it.
Dan Gheesling (left) tells Memphis Garrett (right) to trust him, and that it's good if he keeps acting angry at him in view of the others.
Everyone plays in the Power of Veto competition except Ollie. The contest is Mars-themed. The players walked outside to find the backyard decorated in a reddish Mars landscape.
On either side of the Mars surface were two platforms.
The contestants were hooked up to wires and had to fly from end to end, pick up pieces to a puzzle, bring them back to the other side, and solve it.
There were two heats, winner of each competing in one more final round. Keesha beat Dan and Michelle in the first heat.
Memphis destroyed Renny and Jerry in heat #2. Memphis then soundly beat Keesha in the finals to win the Power of Veto.With Memphis' win, and knowing that it's going to come back on him when he nominates Michelle instead of Keesha, Dan decides to shake things up.
Dan first brings Michelle up to the HoH room, and asks her, if she had a choice, who would she put up as the replacement nominee.
Michelle says Keesha. Dan asks if she'd be willing to give that same answer at the PoV ceremony. She says yes. Next, he does the same thing with Ollie, but he manipulates it, and tells Ollie that, in order for him to nominate Keesha, he needs Ollie to answer Renny when asked the question.
Ollie agrees. He then talks to Renny, asks her if she could respond “Ollie” when asked the question. She is reluctant, but after Dan assures her that Ollie will say her name, agrees. Keesha will say Michelle.
At the PoV ceremony, Memphis uses the veto on himself, and takes himself off the block. Dan says they will be playing a little game called “Replacement Nominee Roulette.”
Dan asks the four houseguests eligible for nomination the question: Who would you nominate right now if given the chance?
Then Dan drops the hammer.
He says sometimes people make bets, and sometimes they turn out to be bad. Ollie made a poor one when he bet on Dan to keep his word.
Dan puts Michelle on the block.