The voting begins. Danielle is the first to vote, being the least suspenseful vote in the house, as Kara's one remaining teammate. Of course she votes to evict Frank. Next is Shane, who also votes to evict Frank. Hard to know if that's the part he's supposed to be playing or not. Joe, wearing a blue chef's jacket in the DR, votes to evict Kara. Ian votes the same way, and we go to commercial with the votes tied at two-all. Coming back, Jojo votes to evict Frank and Jenn votes to evict Kara, so it's tied again. Wil and his plaid beret vote to evict Kara, so now it's down to Ashley to either cast the final vote or make it a tie. She votes to evict Kara, so Kara is done. With everyone back in the living room, Julie makes her pre-eviction speech and says that a 5-3 vote has resulted in Kara's eviction. She's getting up before Julie is finished speaking. It's a fairly quiet farewell, considering there are fourteen people for her to hug goodbye, and I think she makes it to all of them. In fact, I think it may still be happening.
When she finally goes out to join Julie, it remains quiet in the house aside from some real time Tweets popping up on the screen, one of which votes to evict Mike's hat. Cosigned. Out in the studio, Julie asks Kara why she was voted out. Kara says people were threatened by Dan, plus people voted their alliances. Julie asks Kara if her shyness cost her the game, and Kara says it might have, although Dan advised her to lay low. And look how that worked out. Julie rolls the tape of the farewell messages, in which Danielle says she's sorry Kara's gone. I bet she is, now that it's her and Dan against the house. "YOU GOT THE LOOKS BUT YOU AIN'T GOT THE GAME," Joe hollers. "GO BACK TO MODELIN'." Thanks, Joe, now go back to the flight deck of that aircraft carrier that you apparently learned to talk on. Shane creepily says he'll miss Kara's legs, and Dan admits he let her down and is sorry to see her go. Julie reports that Hugh Hefner Tweeted "Go Kara," so at least she has support where it matters.
After the ads, Julie cues a flashback to 1:29 the previous morning, when the lazy-ass houseguests were woken up by a news flash on the viewscreen. A newsreel voice narrates cheesy footage of a portly cat burglar "breaking" into the house and doing stuff like picking up carpet tiles and falling over the couch. The voice promises further updates as the night progresses, so obviously this is going to be one of those deals where the video gives them information that they'll need to answer questions during the upcoming HoH competition, assuming they can retain it with interrupted sleep and eyes that aren't fully focused. Indeed, they're awakened again at 2:28, 3:17, 4:01, and 5:15 for more clips, in which the burglar takes bites out of food in the storeroom, shaves one of his legs in the HoH bathroom, and drinks directly from the milk carton before putting it back in the fridge. I guess I was wrong; that kind of stuff is going to stick in their minds no matter how sleepy they are.