Voting. Lisa and Marcellas are in the diary room, and they discuss the predictable "Josh is a jerk, but Roddy is more dangerous and diabolical" reasons for evicting both of them. We do not see them vote, which you know means the vote is not close.
Boring friends-from-home segment. Roddy's friends call Kiki "dumb as a rock," and Kiki's friends call Roddy a "drip." I hate Kiki's friends instantly. Shut up, Kiki's friends. ["To me, it seemed as though Kiki's friends all watch a lot of Sex and the City. And that they should stop." -- Wing Chun] Roddy's friends do a very nice job of summing him up when they say he's "the kind of guy who can get on a plane without a ticket." Perfectly said, Roddy's friend. Charming enough to be kind of unsettling, is the idea. I also like when Chiara's friend says she'll "give you the shirt off her back if you need it." I'd say she'll give you her shirt whether or not you need it, just because she thinks you might want her shirt. Or you might want to see her boobies. Or you might just have forgotten in the last thirty seconds that she existed, and giving you her shirt seems like a good way to remind you.
Julie moves on to the topic of the return of the evictee. Josh offers another pitiful lizard metaphor about how adding a third lizard wouldn't be fair to the other lizards, oh har har har. They all bitch about whom they don't want back, and salivate over whom they do want back. Gerry thinks Lori got "the bum's rush" and deserves another shot. Kiki wants Tonya back, presumably because the ick factor in the house has dropped to an unacceptable level. Danielle thinks Amy would be the best face to see.
More voting. Gerry, Danielle, and Jason all make the same comments you would expect from them in the diary room, but none of them actually casts a vote on camera. Does anyone smell unanimity? I thought so.
Julie delivers the vote, and the vote is 5-0 to evict Josh. Whee! Everybody shares a group hug, but only Jason and Roddy walk him to the door. Ouch. It is as Josh walks down the front steps that I take a moment and think to myself, "Oh, my God, he's gone. Thank the merciful heavens." Gone! Josh! Yay! It's easy to forget how much I have waited for this wonderful moment. He goes in to see Julie, and of course we have to return to the house while he gets wired. Julie does tell him as he hugs her that she doesn't want him to grab her ass. Heh. Back in the living room, Kiki thanks everyone, as if they booted Josh because they love her so much. Moron. She thanks them for "keeping to their word." Danielle wears a hilarious look of dubious amusement.