Final group Chenterview in the living room. Over the viewscreen, Julie asks Enzo if it was worth it to leave his wife and baby daughter to play the game, and he admits that it wasn't if he doesn't get any money out of it. Julie asks Hayden if he learned anything about himself, or life, and he says he feels like he can do anything. I assume he means anything that isn't dancing. Julie asks Lane what he'll miss most about the house, and he says "a guy calling himself Meow-Meow," and becoming best friends with a lot of people in a house full of strangers. What, that doesn't happen to him all the time?
Time to check in with the jury house. We see them all sitting around playing poker a week ago. Ragan says he had a rough start in the jury house, but it's better now. In fact, he's sitting next to Matt at the table. Or maybe that's just to try to peek at the diabolical super-genius's cards. Ragan interviews that he's working on forgiving Matt. That'll be fun for him, given what we're about to see. Speculation on the next jury member centers on Britney, and Ragan airs his theory that there's an alliance of dudes in the house. Although he's still being cagey about it for some reason. Matt just says, "Could be." Brendon says he wants someone to win who's won competitions, like anyone cares what Brendon thinks, up to and including Rachel. In walks Britney in her own "BRA-GADE (*alternate)" t-shirt, but only Matt knows what it means; Kathy thinks it has something to do with Britney's bra, which is actually understandable. Britney sits down tells everyone else about the secret alliance between Matt, Enzo, Hayden, and Lane. Grenade!
Rachel's shocked, and after Britney gets done telling them everything, Kathy asks, "Then why are you here, Matt?" Britney and Matt explain how the Brigade turned on him, and Matt says they thought he was getting too close to Ragan. "Ragan and I were both entirely disposable to you," Britney reminds Matt. Ragan is finally, belatedly, starting to get what a dick Matt is. Matt is claiming the whole Brigade was his idea, but Britney hastens to say that Enzo claimed all the credit, which no one believes -- including Matt. Britney explains how they told her before her eviction because they respected her as a competitor, while Ragan sits there next to Matt all, "Yup." Yeah, Matt didn't even tell him after they were both jurors and it didn't matter. Matt states, as a fact (and not for the first time tonight) that he would have won if he'd made it to the final four with the rest of the Brigade. In fact, I'd make a macro for that if I were any good at macros.