Gerry and Danielle are shown talking about voting, but not actually voting. They both try to sound balanced, and don't say much of substance.
Now we see a little sequence about Gerry and his attempts to rise from the ashes of his disastrous first week. Lots of Goober talk about how he's a traitor, et cetera, lots of footage of him sitting alone, eating alone, swimming alone. The cool kids pretty much treat him like crap. Fortunately, as a teacher, Gerry is used to being victimized by the middle-school psyche. Most strangely, however, he and Josh seem to be pretending to have reached a tentative settlement of hostilities. They make a deal that if Gerry is HoH, he won't put up Josh, and vice versa. The rest of the houseguests talk about how irrelevant they think Gerry is, and then Marcellas correctly makes the point that as the rest of them take shots at each other, Gerry just sits there, staying in the house and not making additional enemies. Gerry thinks he "absolutely can win."
Julie's HoH interview with Roddy is pretty dull, as usual. He offers another round of the "Gosh, I like Amy a heck of a lot" thing he's been spouting in a continuous stream since he nominated her, which (as mentioned previously) rings perhaps a wee bit hollow since he put the kibosh on the idea of vetoing her. Julie asks him about Kiki, and he doesn't seem to want to talk about it, but when he does, he's very noncommittal. He says he's just having fun, and he wouldn't make any promises based on having known her a month and all of that, but he does wind up saying he thinks it's pretty likely that he will continue to date her. It's hard to tell whether he's substantively blowing it off, or whether he genuinely just doesn't want to talk about it, or whether he doesn't want to discuss it with Julie because he is slightly serious about it. I think it could be any of the three.
Jason, Lisa, and Josh talk about voting. They don't vote. Enough with the non-voting. This isn't interesting! Stop it! Sometimes, it's all just spittin' in the wind.
Back to the houseguests, and time for the eviction at last. Just as everyone suspected, it's a seven-to-nothing clean sweep in favor of giving Amy the boot. She claps happily, which again is creepy, because she spent the entire week saying she didn't want to go, and especially that she didn't want a unanimous vote against her, and again, I just do not buy the eleventh-hour turnaround. Nevertheless, she fake-cheers her way to the door after faking an obviously pre-planned catfight with Marcellas. Snore. She makes her way out of the house, working the pretend cheer the entire time, to the point of humming out loud on her way to see Julie. She is quite thoroughly full of it, and now she just needs to get off my TV.