Coming back, Julie gets on the viewscreen to the living room, where the final five are once again gathered after a frantic half-hour of primping. Julie gives Jenn and Danielle a chance to make their speeches, and Jenn basically compliments everyone (if saying "Ian" counts as a compliment to him) and pretty much says her goodbyes. Danielle also loves "y'all," and the short voting process begins. As you know, it's only Shane and Dan left to vote, unless there's a tie that Ian needs to break. Shane obviously votes to evict Jenn, and so does Dan. Julie "breaks" the "news" of the 2-0 vote to the reassembled houseguests in the living room, and Jenn hugs everyone on her way out, reminding them that the winner is in this room. "Don't forget to burn this place down," she adds. If only.
She marches out high-fiving the audience and hugging Julie in the studio. Julie asks Jenn why she's out here instead of Danielle, and Jenn actually blames herself for not winning the PoV rather than going on about what a threat she is. Not that Danielle won the PoV either, mind you. Julie charitably calls Jenn's game "low-key" up until the point when she saved Dan. Jenn maintains that she has no regrets, and figured if she couldn't beat Dan (which she couldn't), she had to join him (which she also couldn't). Julie remembers that Jenn has been on slop for the last four weeks, and presents her with the oh-so-luxurious post-eviction feast of a PB&J on a plate, which Jenn tucks right into in front of God and everybody. Good for her, man. I mean, at this point, who gives a shit?
Back from the ads, Julie tells us that the houseguests got some pictures of their time in the house so far, which brings us to tonight's HoH competition. The photography theme allows Julie to make an auto-advance pun about the final three that even she may not be aware of, just as a bonus. In the backyard, which has a photo-shoot theme, Ian's sitting in the art director's seat on the sidelines while Dan, Shane, and Danielle are standing on the old, familiar True/False rings, separated from each other by high dividers. Julie explains that they'll be asked seven true-or-false questions about the photos they saw earlier, and the one with the most points at the end gets to be the new HoH. After the usual tiebreaker, presumably.