After the ads, it's the HoH Chenterview. April's alone in the HoH room for the last time, and Julie asks her how things are between her and Libra and Keesha. April says she doesn't trust them as much now, and takes credit for having saved them during the HoH competition, like it was all about them. Yeah, I'm not torn any more; I like her better when she's admitting to being selfish. Julie asks what it's like to have to share the house with her nominee, like she's the first HoH who's ever been in that situation. April says that Memphis hasn't exactly been campaigning to her, so she's decided that he doesn't even want to be there. There's some talk about Ollie, which April steers away from anything juicy.
Julie changes the channel to the living room to give the nominees their chance to speak in their defense. Jessie just sends some birthday wishes back home and says he wants to keep playing. Memphis stands and advises everyone to vote for themselves, and not for any alliances they might have. And the vote begins.
Michelle and her unitard vote first, and she faces the camera as she votes to evict Memphis. Ollie calls Julie "mama" and votes Memphis out. Jerry's in all but a dress uniform as he votes to evict Memphis. Libra is the first splinter player to vote, and she votes to evict Jessie. Looks like the board is green on her and Keesha's plan. As far as they know.
After the ads, Keesha also votes to evict Jessie, and so does Renny, voting like she thinks she's on Survivor. So it's a tie, and as Dan sits down in the DR, Julie says that he -- and by extension, America -- is the swing vote. When she opens the audio channel, he almost calls her "Mrs. Chen" again, but then decides to go with "Miss Julie." Which is so much better. Julie says that America has evicted Jessie. "Good job, America," Dan says as he trots back to the living room.