Amber's had a special bond with Dick, apparently, and votes to evict Joe.
After the commercials, more voting! Kail risked reprisal with her anti-Dick campaign; unsurprisingly, she votes to evict him.
Jameka's been on the fence, remember? She tipped over on the boot Joe side.
Mike's been Kail's strongest ally...until now, as he votes to evict Joe.
Joe's had six votes, but in case you were wondering, Nick also wants to evict Joe. Jessica also wants Joe out even though they've been bedmates. And Zach has been vocal in his anti-Joe sentiment, but his two strongest allies-- "I vote to evict Joe." Ha! Zach totally announces his vote while Julie's still talking, so she has to make him say it again. Finally, a fuckup that isn't 90% Chen.
Julie announces that, by a vote of 9-1, Joe's evicted. He smiles like he was expecting it. Everyone lines up for hugs. Joe wishes everyone luck. Kail? Shitting a brick.
As Joe and Julie settle in, more hugs are exchanged back in the house. Kail does her best not to wet her pants.
Chenderdome. How does it feel for BB-obsessed Joe to have been outplayed by Dustin? It sucks. As soon as he saw Dustin in the house, his game was blown. Joe likes to stir things up -- was it smart for him to try to kiss Jen? Not really, but Jen and "everyone connected to Jen" (9-1 vote, dude) wanted him to stay, so it didn't make that big a difference. Joe was just more open in stirring the pot than other players were. Hey, what about that thing where Joe was sleeping and thought someone latched onto his leg? Eric reveals himself as "America's Player," and we see green-and-white footage of Eric getting into bed with him. Joe is delighted about the big twist, and honoured to have been chosen by America to be snuggled by Eric.
Final thoughts. Dick won't miss him. Zach won't either. Kail says, "I campaigned very strongly for you" (...it was more against Dick than for Joe, but whatever), and martyrously adds that her alleged pro-Joe campaign probably means she "dug [her]self a hole" in the house. Yeah, probably. Jessica pretends she's in the house missing him. Nick thinks Joe is the most charismatic person he's ever known. "Hi, Joe, it's Jen." He...can see you. She hopes he's not there seeing her goodbye message. Dustin doesn't think that Joe is the same person he was when they met, but (as Joe smiles tightly) he hopes that Joe will take care of himself. As the Joe/Dustin splitscreen fades out, Julie tries to look grave, but Joe lets out one bitter cackle. Julie asks why he's laughing, and Joe shrugs, "Because of that face he made." I didn't really see any face (and I backed up the recording to check, I swear). Julie promises that she'll ask him about that on The Early Show. Oh, well NOW I'll be watching.