That night, Matt reports to Lane and Hayden that Ragan's onto them. Which causes them to decide Ragan needs to go. Hayden DRs that the Brigade "controls" everyone in the house except Ragan, so it may be worth keeping Matt around. But the question is whether Matt can be trusted, or if he was the one who told Ragan. And Ragan, in turn, is quietly plotting to break up the secret alliance, and soliloquizing about his determination to win the next HoH.
Back to the studio, where Julie tells the houseguests that it's a double-elimination night. Enzo gets to go first, giving a shout-out to his wife and baby before remarking that this is his first time on the block, and he's doing it in a penguin costume. He says he wants to stick around, throw people under the bus, and backstab people, and apologizes for anything he might have said in the DR. Matt talks quickly, because this is his third time and he doesn't have all that much new to say, and now it's time to vote anyway.
Brendon votes to evict Matt for Rachel -- wait, who, now? Hayden also votes to evict Matt, as does Ragan, so that's it for Matt. Lane makes it unanimous, and Matt learns the news even before the ads. There are still ads on a double-eviction episode, right? Matt hugs everyone goodbye, kidding around with Britney and Ragan, and says whoever follows him out tonight is going to join him for some drinking. Out he goes, flashing the devil-horns to the audience and fist-bumping Julie as he sits down with her in the studio. Back in the house, the remaining six mill around aimlessly, remarking that the whole top row of the memory wall is gone.
Out in the studio, Matt says he's cool with the vote; in fact, he told Ragan to vote with the house for his own good. Julie asks him about throwing last week's HoH competition, and Matt says he was so confident that he was safe, and besides he thought he'd need this week's HoH more. Julie agrees with Matt's new assessment that it was a bad move. Julie asks why Matt stuck with the Brigade this past week, and Matt claims to have vacillated, even though we didn't see much of that. Julie straight-out asks why he didn't out the Brigade and join forces with Ragan and Britney. So Matt calls Britney an "evil succubus," which Julie actually seems to think is on the list of forbidden FCC words. Julie then asks why Matt threw Ragan under the bus. Matt claims that he thought he could get away with it, being so "subtle" and all, and admits that it's what he feels most guilty about. And not claiming his wife had a rare bone disease?