Time for the voting to begin. Rachel is the first to approach the key box, and manages to say she's voting for the best social player without letting out her annoying laugh. Returning to her seat, she forgets her key pouch in the box and Julie has to call her back to retrieve it. Kathy says something to the final two about missing socks when she votes. Matt tells them that kicking him out was the best move they made, and he's voting accordingly. Julie has to remind him to turn his cheap-ass cardboard key to "lock" his vote in, like someone in the audience is going to sneak up and switch it. Brendon of course agrees with Rachel, except he doesn't forget his key pouch. Ragan tells them that one of them was there to win a half million, and one of them was there to give it away, which telegraphs his vote in advance. Lane visibly thinks, Oh, shit. Britney just gives them both love, and finally Enzo and says he's choosing between "who needs a haircut and who needs a shave." Third big round of applause for Enzo, who is already spending that $25,000 in his head. That's it for the voting, but don't think we're about to see the results any time soon.
One of the commercials we've been seeing a lot of this summer reminds me: Netflix The Dish some time if you get a chance. You'll see why.
Julie's about to bring out the first four evicted houseguests: Annie, Monet, Andrew, and Kristen. We're reminded that Annie was the original saboteur, that Monet was a big crybaby who called Rachel "a skanky-ass bimbo stripper" and then said she never said one bad thing
about to her. And then there was Andrew with his hot dog costume and his kosher diet, and Kristen and her hippie-tard, and her fight with Rachel, before which she was always either off-camera or underneath Hayden. That clip package gave them plenty of time to get positioned on the far side of the stage. I will not comment on their outfits except to say that Andrew is not wearing a short skirt. Julie asks Rachel for her reaction to Monet's comments. "I don't think I'm skanky," Rachel says, wounded enough to not even laugh that hard. She makes her excuses to Monet and hopes there are no hard feelings. Julie gives Monet a chance to take her remarks back, which Monet pretty much doesn't. Excellent.