It's time for Sharon and Joshuah's final pleas to the house. Sharon goes first and says as little as possible before sitting down. Joshuah says this is the most dysfunctional family on TV. "As much as I hate y'all, I really do care about you inside." He falls back on the popular cliché of comparing the experience to a roller coaster ride, and asks for another turn, seemingly unaware that his housemates have cut his seat belt.
Sheila is the first to go to the DR to vote, and she unsurprisingly votes to evict Joshuah. Ryan also votes to evict his secret ally, which, it's not like he ever got anything out of that alliance anyway. Adam votes Joshuah out too, although he's clearly not happy about it. James votes to evict Sharon, so it's 3-1 to boot Joshuah. He'll get the news after the ads. Can't wait!
Julie announces the results, and Joshuah totally disappoints me by holding it together enough to deliver a well-rehearsed speech about how they should all be true to themselves. James and Sharon hug him goodbye as he motions for everyone else to stay seated, and Sharon is left devastated when he leaves.
Outside, in the Chenterview Joshuah admits that there were times when he "blew up" and "said things [he] didn't mean." He says that he's stronger than Sharon, and they did the right thing getting rid of him. I want some of what he's smoking. Julie asks why he was so mean to Amanda and Allison. Joshuah claims he only did it to stand up for other people (courting a lawsuit from Norma Rae in the process), but when Julie asks how his mom would react, Joshuah admits that he can't control his temper. He just hopes now that either Sharon or James will win.