Before the voting, Julie lets Angie go first to plead her case. Her speech is a warning: the half-million dollars will be won by an individual, not an alliance or a majority, so they all need to look out for the biggest obstacle to winning that money themselves (the implication being that it ain't Angie, and it's hard to argue that point). Jessie stands up, wearing a t-shirt that should get him evicted on general principles. His argument is that he stood up for himself, and won't be disrespected. Thanks for that news flash, musclehead.
Memphis is the first to enter the DR to vote, and he votes to evict Angie. So do Michelle, Jerry, and Renny (which tells us that Keesha decided to keep Jessie) and Libra (which confirms it, and makes a majority). April, Ollie, and Dan make it unanimous. Funny bit: Dan again calls Julie "Mrs. Chen," and this week she finds the gumption to correct him: "I am married, but Mrs. Chen is my mother." I just hope that next week Dan calls her "Mrs. Moonves."
After the break, Julie breaks the news that Angie's leaving. It's quiet as everyone hugs goodbye, and after she's gone. Michelle cries into the kitchen sink while everyone stands around uncomfortably, like it's a funeral where everyone hates each other. Out in the studio, Julie tells Angie "nice try" with the speech, and asks her whether she buys Keesha's rationale for booting her. Angie starts tearing up as she says she just didn't really fit in with the other girls. Julie actually comments on her emotional level, and goes to the farewell messages.
Jessie rambles about how Angie will do well with people who aren't insane. Jerry says she's a "cool cat" and they'll miss her. Memphis will also miss her, and Michelle vows revenge. End of messages. Julie brings up Angie's habit of wearing Brian's knit cap after his eviction, and asks if there's some significance. Angie says no, she basically just did it to bug everyone. Genius strategy, there.