7:15PM BBT. (Very, very intense.) Rachel, Kathy, and Regan were just in the HOH room discussing some drama surrounding Matt. They all decide to hold a house meeting, so Rachel comes down stairs calls a house meeting and asks everyone to come to the living room. Everybody is there, except Andrew (who "can't come"). Rachel explains that she thinks it is only fair that everyone knows what is going on so that everyone knows who to evict. She feels someone is playing both sides of the house right now. Rachel hates being put in this position as HOH, but someone is telling her one story and others a different story. Regan interrupts and asks that the group avoids accusations like this, and only stick to the facts. Rachel says that she wanted Monet to go home. She talked to people bout securing votes, so she wanted to put up a safe person as a pawn against Monet. Matt approached her and agreed to be a pawn. Britney claims that Matt told her she was very upset and didn't realize that he was being put on the block, and acted like he had no idea he was going to be put up. Britney was completely surprised when she heard that Matt had agreed to be a pawn. Matt claims he feels like he was strong-armed by them and was told that Andrew was being put up as a pawn and he should vote out Monet. He wanted to avoid being bullied into voting Monet out when he wanted to vote out Andrew, so he agreed to be a pawn. He is down playing that he agreed to be a pawn, but Brenden points out that Rachel wasn't planning on using him as a pawn and he kept encouraging Rachel to use him (Matt) as a pawn. Matt says he is more upset that Rachel is strong-arming people in the game. He says that is the only reason he is upset is because he felt bullied. Matt keeps saying he is not playing both sides. Matt claims that Rachel told him - hours before the veto meeting - that she didn't know what she was going to do as far as a replacement nominee. Brenden thinks that Matt wanted to be put up as a pawn so that one side of the house would owe him a favor, then he could run to the other side of the house and get pity from them in case they were in power the next week. Matt admits that Rachel and Brenden are definitely a target next week, and Matt claims that everybody in the house should feel the same way unless they have "zero strategy" or been bullied. Matt, Rachel, and Brenden are talking in circles. Matt is denying most of the things that are being said against him. Regan adds his interpretation: Matt couldn't tell Rachel and Brenden that he was going to evict Monet, so instead of lying he volunteered to be a pawn against Monet so he wouldn't have to vote. Rachel says this is okay, but his exacts words were that if they wanted Monet to go home they should put him (Matt) up as a pawn - but he wanted to go up autonomously. Britney is asked what Matt said to her, but she avoids answering the question. Matt jumps in and tells everyone that he told Britney that he was going after Rachel and Brenden next week, like everyone in the house should. Matt adds that he likes Rachel and Brenden as people, but it's just a game. Britney and Regan confirm that he has said this. Matt says that, if anything, he is playing NO sides (not both sides). The best thing for him in the game this week was for him not to have a vote. Brenden goes back to his theory that Matt is playing both sides, and that is why he volunteered to be a pawn. Enzo asks what the "sides" are. Rachel clarifies that Matt is playing Rachel/Brenden against the rest of the house. Monet's voice is cracking (like she is crying). She says the show he put in the back yard was "shitty," if he actually knew he was going up on the block. Monet claims he was just trying to get his sympathy. Rachel points out that the point of the meeting was to make sure that everybody had all the same information. She says the cast gets along well and everybody seems to like each other personally, but it's important that they're playing fairly and have a season where everybody is playing as competitors. Rachel, Matt, and Brenden talk over each other. Matt is claiming something completely different from Rachel/Brenden. Matt says that Rachel keeps saying that she didn't know what she was going to do, so he didn't know either. Brenden keeps claiming that Matt kept volunteering and insisting he be put up as a pawn. Matt points out that he has never attacked someone in the house personally, only someone being a strong competitor. Rachel claims that she almost felt like Matt was pressuring her to put him up as a pawn, but Matt claims this is a lie. Brenden theorizes that Matt's plan all along was to go to the others in the house and put a target on Rachel/Brenden because they put him (Matt) up for eviction since they didn't know he had asked to be put as a pawn. Rachel/Brenden say they were trying to clear the air, not argue. Brenden points out that the vote will show what the people want - if they want to eliminate the drama (by voting Matt out), or if they want to keep it. It then comes out that Britney was supposed to throw an HOH competition, so Matt could win HOH, and get his personal revenge on Rachel/Brenden. However, Matt refutes that he never asked anyone to throw an HOH competition. Britney backs down, saying she doesn't want to directly be involved in this, but Rachel points out again that Britney just came up to the HOH room and told this. Britney hates that she has been spotlighted, but Rachel says that she wants all the cards on the table. At this point, the meeting starts to break up. Some go into the kitchen. Finally, Matt gets up and says "I'm done here." before walking away. Monet: If you want to vote me out for $10,000 that's fine, but watch out for Matt. She then walks away. Britney goes on about how she hates that she has been involved with this, but the fact of the matter is that Matt acted surprised to her that he went up on the block. "Everything just got really crazy, really fast." She keeps saying that the entire situation "sucks." Matt comes back. Rachel, Brenden, and Matt argue again. Matt is basically repeating what he's already said. Matt says that, if anyone, Rachel is the liar. Matt talks about how Rachel is sneaking around and talking behind closed doors. Matt continues to claim that he only asked to be a pawn once, and after that he only said things like "whatever you need to do." Rachel denies this. Rachel: "You're just mad I told the whole house what you did." Matt: I'm not mad, at least it gave me a chance to explain what I did. Rachel then walks away.