On Sunday night's Big Brother 15, houseguest Aaryn says although she's glad to get her fourth Head of Household, it also sort of scares her because it could put a target on her back, and it can get blood on her hands for her nominations. McCrae expressed on the live feeds that Sunday's "Big Brother" episodes are the most boring, but as his showmance partner Amanda takes to hiding behind the big blue rubbish bin, it's called the funniest thing since Rachel hid and cried in the backyard bushes, according to Zap2it on Aug. 18. As Elissa frets that she thinks Aaryn will nominate her, Helen bucks her up and tells her not to give up. But spoiler alert, a blindside plan is being hatched to oust her at that very moment.
Helen also praises Aaryn repeatedly for her "excellent game", telling her she's gone from being the most hated person in the house to having so much admiration.
"I am amazed by you", Helen says sucking up, adding Aaryn's better than former "Big Brother" contestant Janelle. "Turn that frown upside down", she tells Aaryn.
Meanwhile, Amanda wants the 3 A.M. alliance to make a "really big move". Aaryn admits to McCrae she intends to nominate Elissa and Spencer for eviction.
McCrae responds that Amanda is going to want her to nominate Helen and Elissa, which she confirms as she enters the room and the three talk.
Aaryn's afraid it will expose their alliance, but Amanda explains that she can cover by letting Helen think Elissa is the target. Aaryn's still afraid of all the blood she'll get on her hands.
But Amanda again explains that it'll be okay if she tells Helen that Elissa is the real target, and they she has to nominate her with her so she can't vote to keep her in on elimination night.
Aaryn explains in the diary room that it's hard for the 3 A.M. alliance to get together without looking "shady". But they manage, and Aaryn assigns roles.
Amanda is the Mastermind as she says for obvious reasons, while Andy's the Agent for all his deal making in the house.
Aaryn calls herself the Beast, because she wins all the competitions and just because as she admits, she is a beast.
Finally McCrae is the Enforcer due to everyone in the house trusting him, so he's able to enforce the alliance's moves.
McCrae thinks at first his title is sarcastic, but after Aaryn explains why, he says he's happy with his new title and anything is okay as long as no one calls him a little girl.
After all the houseguests view Aaryn's HOH room once again, Elissa tells Helen she feels like giving up rather than having to suck up to Aaryn for safety.
She misses her family and realizes she's going to miss her son's first day of third grade and it reduces her to tears. Helen relates how her dad is currently going through chemotherapy and it's hard for her to stay in the house as well.
Elissa doesn't even want to go to the jury house, saying if she's evicted she's going directly home. Helen's not happy and tells her if she makes it to the end, she's counting on Elissa's jury vote.
Now Helen's reduced to tears over Elissa's jury declaration. She breaks down again in the HOH room in front of others, saying she feels like she can't save Elissa anymore.
She feels like she's playing for the both of them and she can't do it any longer. The others don't think Elissa appreciates being in the "Big Brother" house as much as they all do.
They also believe her former houseguest sister Rachel would be disappointed in her. In the end, the others find it kind of funny about all of Helen's tears over Elissa leaving since Helen is their real target. Blindside alert!
Onto the Have, Have Not competition. The house is divided into two teams of four, though Aaryn will remain a Have as HOH no matter the outcome.
Each team takes turns searching for a key in a darkened room in which they can't see a thing. They're treated to a barrage of sensory stimulation, including slime on the floor and buckets filled with different weird feeling foods.
The second team of Spencer, Aaryn, Andy and McCrae find the key fairly quickly, but then struggle to find their way back out.
The first team of Elissa, Helen, GinaMarie and Amanda scored a time of 7:21. That was eclipsed by the second team's time of 3:41, so team one are Have Nots for the week.
Helen's fear fear for Elissa is reignited since she's going to be a Have Not for the week. She was already giving up, and this is not going to help matters any.
Helen and GinaMarie have a chat fest over their respective ethnicity. Helen's dad is Korean, while GM comes from Italian Staten Island. GinaMarie sort of redeems herself from her early-in-the-game racist remarks.
Elissa finally goes to Aaryn shortly before nominations, but all she seems to want to talk about is missing her yoga mat. But, she finally does tell her that she doesn't want to go up on the block.
Aaryn reassures her that if she does end up nominated for eviction, she is not the target. Helen then goes to the HOH room. She tells Aaryn she knows she's nominating Elissa.
Aaryn tells Helen it's either Elissa or Spencer who are going home. Surely this is to throw Helen off the scent when she ends up on the block.
However, Helen goes so far to admit to Aaryn that if she were to win the Power of Veto, she wouldn't use it so her nominations would remain the same.
Aaryn says in the diary room afterwards how she has really bonded with Helen, but can't pass up this opportunity to vote her out since she's a "huge threat" to the game, as well as to her 3 A.M. alliance.
Helen has a feeling she's going on the block due to her closeness with Elissa. She probably senses the block-her-vote move, but she has no clue yet she's the intended target for elimination this week.
Helen thinks the house should go after Spencer, since he's "much more dangerous" and no one knows who he'd nominate should he stay and win HOH next week.
At the end of Sunday's show, Aaryn does the deed and nominates Helen and Elissa, calling them a "power duo" that she needs to take out.
Helen trusts Aaryn foolishly, but she does admit she knows anything can happen. If she doesn't win the veto and save herself, it looks like her days in the house are numbered.
Meanwhile, Amanda has the last word in the diary room after nominations, telling us Helen needs to watch out for the "good old-fashioned blindside".
"Big Brother 15" next airs Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. EST on CBS when we'll see who wins the Power of Veto ahead of Thursday night's live eviction show.
Who would you have nominated, and who do you want to be evicted Thursday?