Kristen goes into the DR to vote. You know how Julie always makes an inane little remark before each person's vote? I normally don't recap them, because they're inane. But as Kristen sits down, Julie remarks, "Given his last plea speech, her vote should be no surprise." Way to rewrite on the fly! Kristen unsurprisingly votes to evict Andrew. So does Rachel, still laughing at what she just witnessed in the living room. We see her and Britney kvelling together as they meet in the hallway outside the DR -- and those two hate each other -- before Britney casts a third vote for Andrew. More votes after the ads.
After the ads, Julie actually seems to be enjoying herself as she throws it to Enzo, who votes to evict Andrew. That's a tie at best for Andrew. And Brendon makes it official, regretfully. Lane also boots Andrew, as does Hayden. As for Ragan, he tells Julie, "I vote to institutionalize and evict Andrew." So that's unanimous. Except for the institutionalization part, but I think that's only because they didn't know they could vote on that.
Julie breaks the news, and Andrew hugs and shakes hands with almost everyone, while the lone exception mutters, "Eight-zero, not for nothin'." Stay classy, Kristen. He pauses at the door to give everyone a mazel tov .
Out in the studio, Julie tells Andrew, "Wow, that was the best last plea speech I've ever seen." Has she seen many? Oh, except for how it didn't work, as Julie says. Andrew says it's because they're all sticking together. No, Andrew, it's because you're a loon. Julie asks him why he didn't try to blackmail Hayden and Kristen. Because it never occurred to him, obviously, although he pretends like the thought about it. Andrew says he thought this way would force them to make their own decisions, "but obviously it didn't." Uh, yeah it did. Julie asks if he regrets trying to hide his friendship with Brendon, and he blames Hayden and Kristen for how that went wrong. Julie asks Andrew about his initial suspicions about Matt's wife's alleged disease. Andrew says he didn't know about the disease and will have to look it up, so Julie informs him that it's a real disease, but Matt's wife doesn't have it. Andrew laughs that Matt just became the saboteur. Sterling timing as always, Andrew.