Whoa, it's gotten so bad that we're starting off with a disclaimer: in white text on a black screen, titles read, "BIG BROTHER is a reality show about a group of people who have no privacy 24/7. At times, the Houseguests may reveal prejudices and other beliefs that CBS does not condone. Views or opinions expressed by a Houseguest are those of the individuals speaking and do not represent the views or opinions of CBS." Dude, they're really scrambling over there, aren't they?
As usual, we're starting the Sunday show with a flashback to the most recent eviction, which in this case was Nick's. GinaMarie is sobbing uncontrollably in the Diary Room as though Nick is actually dead. She'd better pace herself, or what's she going to do when she finds out she got fired for being a bigot? Jeremy DRs that he is "flabbergasted," having expected all the votes from the Moving Company and "his girls" to keep Nick, but some "goobers" in the group "ruined everything." He normally works a lot more blue than that. Aaryn DRs that everyone has lied to her, plus she's a minority in the house. See how she likes it. Helen cheers, "I love this game!"
The flashback to Day 21 continues, and Elissa insensitively thanks America three feet from where GinaMarie is wailing in despair in Howard's arms. "What the fuck?" Jeremy mouths from across the living room to his greatly diminished alliance. GinaMarie locks herself in the toilet cubicle, which turns out to have an overhead camera in there after all, and won't come out until Aaryn comes to talk her down.
Meanwhile, in the kitchen, Kaitlin confronts Jessie about her vote, which Jessie denies. GinaMarie and Aaryn rejoin the group, and they're already counting the votes, trying to figure out who flipped. Well, just about everyone, looks like, given it was a 7-4 vote. "ALL OF YOUSE ARE SOOOO STUPID!" GinaMarie brays across the house, and rants at the others who are hanging out in a distant bedroom laughing openly at her tirade. Well, as openly as one can from another room.
McCrae explains to the DR why he voted out Nick: he says the Moving Company was pressuring him to choose between them and Amanda. "So I made my choice," he smirks. Spencer also confesses to Howard, saying, "It's not about being fair, it's about winning." He DRs that the Moving Company is over, mainly because Jeremy is such a pain in the ass. And also because Helen made a pretty convincing case to him seven hours before the eviction. Two hours later, Spencer approached Howard privately, who claimed to be on the fence himself. Howard did vote to evict Elissa, but that was only to provide cover for those who didn't. A 7-4 vote has enough people pissed off, but an 8-3 one would have left no doubt as to who flipped. Probably.