Moving on: Julie's going to check in with some of Rachel's enemies from last year. First is Ragan, who's grown his hair out. Replay of a couple of their fights, but now they're friends outside the house. They work out and drink together, "which is Rachel's favorite pastime, and believe it or not, I'm going to be in Rachel's wedding party!" I don't believe it.
Matt from last year also shows up, getting a big "Booky" hug from Ragan. They watch some of Rachel's lowlights from the last week, which Ragan describes as "crybernating." Aw, I miss Ragan. He explains that this is her first time in the Big Brother house without Brendon. Scene of Rachel with zit medicine on her chin talking to Brendon through a camera. Ragan compares her to a slasher-movie killer who keeps coming back. Dammit, he's right, as always. And that was all of Rachel's enemies we get to see. What, no Britney? She could usually be counted on to be way funnier than anyone named Britney has a right to be.
Solo HoH Chenterview with Kalia. Julie asks her what her biggest challenge as HoH was, and she says it's the twist. When Julie asks if she's happy with how things are playing out, she says something about leaps of faith. As far as all the effort she's put into making up with Jeff and Jordan, she says she just misses their friendship. So that's it.
Back to the living room. Rachel's speech is pretty standard, with shout-outs to her family and thanking everyone, reminding them there's a twist. Lawon whoops when he stands up, saying he loves everyone and isn't going to say anything mean, telling them all to do what's best for them.
The voting begins. Jordan goes first, voting to evict Lawon. Jeff votes the same, and we go to the ads with a 2-0 count, and no idea what Kalia and Daniele ultimately decided.
We come back in time to see Porsche vote to evict Lawon, so the best he can hope for now is a tie. Then Daniele grits her teeth, knowing she'll regret it, and votes to evict Lawon. Shelly does the same, as does Adam, making it unanimous. Julie breaks the news that Lawon has been evicted 6-0, and he almost keeps a straight face before getting up to hug everyone. In the middle of the goodbyes, Julie tells them all to sit their asses back down. And now is when she tells Lawon and the others that Lawon will have to fight his way back in, and against one of the former houseguests. Rachel sits there with her mouth open for so long her tongue dries out, which is ironic because her pants are almost certainly wet at the same time.