Julie goes to talk to Gerry and Amy. Amy insists that she's not bothered by being nominated. This is her third time up -- she says that she knew she was leaving last time, so it was a little different. Asked to give her final thoughts to the other houseguests, she chooses to say happy birthday to her dog. No, really. And you just know he's back at home in a little hat. You know it. She's turning into the neighborhood crazy lady even sooner than expected. Gerry makes a weak "nominated, but would really rather not run" joke, and you can see on his face that he knows he's going. He says some nice things to the dickheads who have been battering him silly for the last six weeks or so, and then he's done.
And it's time for the eviction at last. Apparently, the producers decided that Gerry hasn't been enough of a punching bag yet, because they choose this week to play the game where Julie says, "By a vote of four to nothing...AMY...you can unpack your bags! Gerry, you are evicted!" You know, I get the need for twists as much as anyone, but to pick this particular guy, who's been subjected to so much personal abuse...it does seem a little like piling on. I don't know whose call that was to use that technique this particular round, but...they could have given the guy a damn break. At any rate, Gerry is evicted, and graciously stands up to leave. Marcellas -- self-righteous bastard to the end -- ignores Gerry's effort to put an arm around him, acting thoroughly bored by the whole thing. Gerry bids them all farewell, and he heads out the door. He crosses the yard, reaches Julie inside the studio, and puts his bag down.
Back inside, for whatever reason, Marcellas is boohooing all over himself. I have no idea why that is, but he ought to fucking stop it. Remember that crap he was spouting about fifteen pages ago about doing something rotten to someone and then crying about it? Yeah, me too. Shut UP, Marcellas. They all discuss how freaky it was when Julie gave Amy the fake-out. Roddy: "Marcellas was like, 'Who hired Enron's accountants?'" Heh. That was a little funny.
Back in the studio, Gerry says he's all right. He quotes Hamlet, which certainly has that painful air of inevitability, and then he says he sometimes felt like an outcast. Probably because of the relentless ostracizing, I'm guessing. But I'm no psychologist, no, sirree! He goes on to say he was ready to leave, so he feels lucky to go back to his family and his job and such. Back to school time! Julie asks what Gerry thinks of Jason for the nomination situation. Gerry opines that he's not angry at Jason for believing Gerry to be a threat. A threat? Oh. Right. That's why Jason nominated you, there, Gerry. Not at all because you were the easiest target. Oy. Gerry also says that Jason might regret trusting Roddy. Yeah, no foolin'. Julie asks about the weight loss, of course, and Gerry talks about how difficult it was being in the house with all these gorgeous young bods. He does not, fortunately for them, mention how mercilessly they abused him over it, which is pretty generous of him, if you ask me.