For the PoV, all six remaining houseguests are standing in front of a button, with their backs to their own long, slotted mazes that they'll have to negotiate a wooden shark's fin through. Are we sure this is a good idea for a live show? That maze looks like it could take some of these people a while. But I guess we're committed. Julie starts the competition, and we get to take in the riveting spectacle of six people trying to wiggle shark fins along a maze for, well, a while. Fortunately there's lots of bleeping. After some time, Ian seems to have a clear lead, getting hung up at the end but running back to his buzzer while Shane's still at the starting end. After that, even Julie feels comfortable predicting that the nominations might change.
Post-ads, we get to watch Dan being all panicky, snapping at Ian to hurry up while in a room with Jenn, who hits Ian with the door while trying to open it for him. Jenn leaves, and Ian makes to follow her until Dan calls him back. Slapstick followed by farce! This episode has everything. They whisper some stuff we can't hear about someone coming after Dan and the Quack Pack, and Dan tries to rush in a quick talk with Jenn, even as Julie severely and repeatedly starts ordering everyone into the living room. "Don't make me come in there," she threatens. Oh, if only. Also, I suspect she's been sitting on that line for quite some time.
Once order is restored and the Veto meeting begins, Ian wastes little time saying he's going to save himself, and tells Joe he wishes he had "two of these jokers." Dan takes a long pause making a "really tough decision," then tells an obviously stunned Danielle to sit next to Joe. Julie goes to ads while Dan and Jenn go off for their delayed conversation. Come on, Dan, how hard are you going to work to protect that alliance? I'm pretty sure even Jenn must have figured out by now that the jig is up.
Short nominee speeches. Danielle hits the high points, saying it's her fourth time on the block, and "please, vote, keep me here." Joe stresses his "strong-ass loyalty," and the second vote of the night begins with Shane, who votes to evict Joe. Jenn once again votes to evict Joe, and Ian goes through the formality of making it unanimous. So that's it for Joe, at long last. His farewell is rather more boisterous and huggy than Franks, as he goes out saying he loves them all and it's just a game.