Again, Jordan votes first, and she's still in tears as she votes to evict Rachel. Porsche can't get into the Diary Room fast enough, and votes to evict Jeff. Adam takes a long time deciding to vote to evict Rachel, because how can he know what to do if he doesn't know what everyone else is going to do? Shelly says, "Sorry, Jeff, you stand between this for my family." She looks like she's about to commence a speech, but Julie cuts her off and boots her from the DR. That's all the votes, and with a 2-2 count, Kalia will need to break the tie. Kalia stands up and says, "I am really, really sorry. I think you're awesome, I think you're great at this game, and I think you have the absolute ability to win it, and that's why I have to evict you. I'm sorry." The audience moans in shock, or possibly horror because they still think Jeff is awesome, and Julie rushes Jeff out because it's 9:54 and the show's over in three minutes. He barely gets to hug everyone and get bleeped several more times before he walks out to the studio empty-handed (it's not like he knew to pack) and gives Julie a big hug. Inside, Rachel and Jordan cry in the kitchen, trying to figure out how this happened and whining about how nobody's on their side any more. Well, there's Adam, but a) he voted to evict Rachel, and b) he's Adam. I think this is a first: Six players left in the house and not a man among them. Porsche is bucking up a guilt-ridden Shelly, whispering in her ear about how they're "doing it right this time."
Out in the studio, Jeff insists that backdooring Daniele was the right move, and tells Julie, "Nobody in there has a sack. I don't know if I can say that, but they don't." I guess he can, because as much bleeping as we've heard tonight, we still get to hear "sack." But it's awesome how people keep complaining about the spinelessness of others who don't do what they want them to do. He angrily says that people who slept until Day 55 "woke up and won a couple competitions." He adds that he never wanted to be a leader, boasts that he's a man, and concludes, "I'm a little fired up, Julie, you know what I mean?" Julie backs away, then shakes his hand anyway, and tells him to stick around for an extended interview that people who care more than I do can see online. Julie says there are only three weeks left (yay!), and that there'll be a new Head of Household competition and nominations on Sunday. And then we get to eavesdrop, which consists of Jordan and Rachel looking shell-shocked in the middle of the living room, like it's a wake. Take it to a bedroom, ladies, that's unseemly.