Julie again fires up the viewscreen for the private HoH Chenterview with Jessie. Her first comment to him is that he keeps telling everyone that he's not just a body without a brain. She asks why he thinks they think that, and after his giant brain makes him have to ask her to repeat the question. He talks about how much he's been through despite his tender age. Her next question is what he thinks his biggest weakness is. He thinks it's his tendency to confide in Michelle, or maybe his failure to nominate Renny when he had the chance. I have to admit, I'd have trouble answering that question as well. It's tough to pick just one weakness.
With that riveting conversation out of the way, Julie switches back to the living room so Dan and Steven can plead their respective cases. Dan starts by flirting with Julie and then talks about the great times he's had this week (none of which we saw on the air, of course). Steven's speech is a series of inside jokes that ends with a friendly, "suck it, bitches." "Whoa, let's see how far that gets you, Steven," Julie responds, not getting a word of that. I mean, I didn't either, but at least I was able to tell that Steven was kidding.
The voting commences, with everyone trekking into the Diary Room one by one. Michelle votes to evict Steven, as does Memphis, although he stumbles over his line. Angie makes the same vote, as does Jerry. Julie sends us into the break on a 4-0 vote, which is not the most suspenseful situation I could imagine.
Libra votes next, to evict Steven, so that's him out the door. But we still go through the exercise of April's, Ollie's, Renny's, and Keesha's votes, which are also to evict Steven. Julie reopens the audio channel to the living room to break the news that Steven got a unanimous boot. He says his goodbyes and exits the house to a cheering crowd. The situation inside the house is a lot quieter, aside from everyone bumping into Keesha's ill-positioned body mic as they hug her. Fix that, Keesha, or learn to protect your personal space.
The first Chenterview question for Steven is whether it's harder to ride a bull or play Big Brother. Steven says this is a lot harder, and steals my line by saying a bull ride only lasts eight seconds. Tell me about it. Here come the goodbye messages. Keesha says she loves him to death and is sorry for the way things went. Angie apologizes for not being able to help him stay. Renny gives the flamboyant farewell of a drag queen. Jessie basically tells Steven that "you, too, can be a spectacular specimen of manhood like me!" Dan says Steven opened his eyes: "I don't think of you as 'Gay Steven,'" he claims. Dan totally thinks of him as "Gay Steven." And now, after tonight, we don't have to think of him at all.