Voting, at long last. Will and Nicole are each allowed to exclude a vote. Before they do so, Nicole expresses deep shock that Mike and Krusta are engaged. Join the club, babe. Will goes first with the exclusion thing. He excludes Bunky's vote, and I scream in agony. Why? Why? Has Hardly snowed him? No! Will! No! Will says that Bunky is the only person in the house who was completely honest and loyal, and that he thinks he'll stick to his early alliance with Nicole, no matter what. So Bunky gets up, and he did vote for Nicole. Okay, Will is now officially smarter than I am. Bunky explains his vote by saying that he was not voting for Nicole, he was voting against Will, in order to let Will know that "his mind games" didn't work, and because Will doesn't want to give any money to charity, and because his speech was arrogant and jerky. Will nods. Nicole eliminated Shannon's vote, "for obvious reasons." Shannon pulls herself up off the sofa, probably giving Hardly a gander at her girly bits. Not that he cares about girly bits, natch. Shannon did vote for Will. "I think we all know why," she smirks. And now, for the real voting. If Nicole wins, I will just die.
Autumn and her Super Indestructible Barbie Hair votes for Nicole, even though she thinks Will "played one hell of game." But he's a meanie and she hates him and she thinks he stinks!
Krusta and her Shiny Ring of Horror votes for Will. "I do believe you will make amends for [sic] us somehow," she says. That means, by the way, "Give me some money." She tells Will he played an excellent game. "You're a puppetmaster, baby," she says. And then she sits down and wonders how she can get out of marrying Mike.
Hardly votes for Nicole. Duh. He tries to do the Patented Will Fake-Out, looking at Will during the "I voted for..." section of his spiel, before saying Nicole's name. Hardly, Hardly, Hardly. You're not as funny as Will. You never will be. Join a male exotic dancing troupe, and get on with your life. He says some crap about how loyal he is, and how that gets him in trouble sometimes, but that he just can't help it, he's too good a person. He's just too good! " I may have seen some things I didn't appreciate," he tells Nicole, "but I pledged my loyalty to you, and I mean that, no matter what."
Mike votes for Will, naturally. He says Will played the game "a little bit better" and that he had to honor his friendship. "Chill Town, baby," he says. "I had to be loyal to the end, and I hope you appreciate it." In other words, "Buy Belly for me, please."