Danielle and Britney are holding hands like Thelma and Louise as Julie tells her she's been evicted by a 4-1 vote. She's the opposite of surprised, and makes a quiet exit. At least it's quiet until she comes out into the studio, where it is not quiet at all. While Ian stands alone in front of the memory wall watching her picture go monochrome, Britney gets set up for her exit Chenterview.
Julie's first "question" is a remark about Britney's final speech. She says she can respect what Dan did to save himself, but obviously she's not happy about it. "Is he pure genius or pure evil?" Julie wonders, getting the obvious answer of "both." Britney remains amazed at what Dan pulled off, using a Bible no less. Britney blames part of her current situation on her allegiance to Ian, although she doesn't regret it. Julie remarks that Britney was just blindsided again, even though Britney claims to have tried to remain paranoid about who was talking to whom. "But, you know, Dan's good." Julie does point out that she helped mastermind the eviction of two of the other greatest players and wonders if that means Britney's proven she can play the game. Like Britney's going to say, "Yes, it does!" Julie's next question is what happens to Ian and Shane without her, and Britney says Ian needs to chill out, and that Shane's just going to follow someone, whether it be Dan or Danielle. I don't think it'll be Danielle, between you and me. Julie brings up Britney's farewell message to Mike last week (earning Britney even more cheers) and cues up Britney's messages from the houseguests.
Danielle says a distraught goodbye, and Dan is already campaigning for Britney's jury vote, claiming he was in the Quack Pack until the end -- until he had to save his own ass. Shane says he wanted to give Danielle a chance, Ian tells her she's one of the best people he's ever met and vows, "I will get that hairy orange beast." Britney gives her final words of thanks, and she's off to the jury house. Bringing 90 percent of the humor in the house with her.