Dan sits and contemplates the memory wall, realizing that there's still somehow one angle he hasn't covered: Joe. So he goes into a darkened bedroom on the spot to quiz Joe about who he would nominate in the event he wins the next HoH. Might as well ask him who he'd make Secretary of the Interior, but Dan likes to cover his bases. Joe says he'd ding Shane and Danielle, claiming he can't be in the final four with them, but in the DR, Joe hollers that his actual target would be Dan, and whoever's on Dan's side. Joe knows the HoH only gets two nominations, right?
A half hour later, according to the caption, Dan returns to the darkened room to get in bed. Mistaking Dan for Shane, Joe sits up in bed and whispers that Dan chased him in there earlier. Dan's like, "This is Dan." Long, awkward pause, after which Joe goes, "What's up?" I think Dan can stop worrying about Joe now. When Shane comes in, Dan tells him all about Joe's earlier faux pas. They laugh about it, but Dan's starting to wonder if Joe's big mouth is too much of a liability. Well, you were the one who decided to pick his tiny brain in the first place.
Julie gets on the viewscreen to the living room to tell the houseguests that it's double eviction time. Some of them look a little more surprised at this news than last time, and Dan does a double facepalm at the realization that the week he spent the last several days gaming out is going to be over in less than an hour. We get right to the nominee speeches. Frank, with his usual air-juggling gestures, reminds everyone that he can't compete in the next HoH competition, like that matters worth half a brown squirt any more. Joe stands up and fishes for laughs, calling himself the "single biggest threat in the kitchen" and sucking up to the others before telling them to vote with their hearts. Julie tells them it's time to vote, reminding them that the nominees can't vote and Ian will only vote in the event of a tie.
Dan is the first to vote, and while pimping his website, votes to evict Frank. Danielle also votes to evict Frank, so it looks like he's going to be done. Jenn casts what is certain to be the one vote to evict Joe, and then Shane makes it three to one, and Frank just came in seventh place. Once everyone's back in the living room, Julie tells them Frank was evicted on a three to one vote, and he gets up and walks out of there in record time -- at least for someone carrying a giant teddy bear -- pausing to hug only Jenn and barely acknowledging Dan's apology. That's one jury vote Dan might need to worry about.