But we're not done with the jury house yet. Matt has an announcement to make. Rachel thinks he's going to confess to being the saboteur, but he says everything he told them about himself is true...except for that part about his wife having a rare bone disease. All three of them are pretty offended, especially Kathy, who's been sick herself. She gets up and leaves the table, disgusted, but it's worth noting that she stays just within camera range. Rachel follows her, calling Matt "the worst person I've ever met in my life." Brendon stays at the table, mildly informing Matt that he's going to Hell, Matt follows the women into the kitchen to try to patch things up, but they're not buying. In fact, Kathy all but accuses him of having sold his soul to the devil. To his very minor credit, he doesn't make a lot of excuses or try to downplay it, although he does repeat his claim that he had planned to give some of the prize money to that disease's foundation. Wonder what he would have done if there hadn't been one? I guess we'll never know. Well, that worked out awesome for Matt, didn't it?
Julie starts the HoH Chenterview with Lane by asking if he's worried about any fallout from the Brigade after his decision to keep Britney off the block for the week. Lane says he trusts the Brigade, but Britney's looking pretty good for a final two partner. Julie asks if he's really as dumb as he's been pretending to be, and he basically says he's only about half that dumb. At least I think that's what he said. Listening to his answer may have made me dumber. She also gets him to admit that he'd rather take Hayden to the final two than Enzo, which isn't exactly breaking news.
Back to the house so Ragan and Hayden can make their final pleas. Ragan gives shout-outs to his family, including his late father Len, and promises a batch of "ooey gooey yummy cookies" (a reference, I assume, to Rachel's taunting him with them during her visit a few weeks ago when he was a Have-Not) waiting for them at the jury house if he leaves tonight. Hayden sucks up to everyone, and reminds them of a snowboarding trip to Steamboat in January no matter what happens. Well, if one thing happens, Hayden's buying.