Houseguest goodbye messages: Natalie's all class, of course, saying she can't say she's sorry to see Michele gone and she's wanted her gone for some time. She says Michele's played the game "really dirty," and that's why she's her target. Kevin hopes Michele's not upset with him with this decision. He really wanted to take her to the end, but he wasn't sure if she would betray him somehow and he couldn't take that gamble. Jordan says she'll really miss Michele and she's learned so much from her because she's like a "freakin' encyclopedia." She tells Michele she's played the game better than anyone and should be proud. Okay, there's no way Michele will vote for Natalie over Kevin. No. Way.
Julie reminds Michele all the shitty things people have said about her in the house: Ronnie saying she's the worst human being he's ever met, Natalie calling her the devil, Russell called her crazy. Julie asks what it is about her that causes this strong reaction from people. Michele gives the saddest answer in exit interview history -- and possibly the most honest -- by saying she was bullied as a child and has never seemed to fit in with most people. She doesn't know why she elicited such strong feelings, because she tried to be nurturing and respectful. She thinks people were threatened. Julie wishes her better treatment in the jury house and will see her in a week. Michele sweetly says, "Thank you, Julie." Okay, I was wrong last week. Now the house is 100 percent less interesting.