Jeff pouts inside the house with a glass of wine, until Jordan comes in to stare at him and apologize. Jeff insists in the DR that he blames nobody but himself, although we don't see him saying that to Jordan.
Up in HoH, Kevin and Natalie agree that this is actually to their advantage: Jeff is leaving and it's out of their hands. Now the next order of business is to get Michele out. "The bitch is strong," Natalie says. She promises to win HoH next week, which even Kevin doesn't believe at this point.
Jeff and Jordan pout out in the backyard, recognizing it's over for them as a team. Michele joins them with drinks, and then Jordan picks up her wine and leaves. Michele tells Jeff that she's going to fight for him to stay, by trying to change Kevin's mind. Why is Michele bothering? She DRs that having Jeff on her side will help her get to the final two, as though Jeff will take anyone with him other than Jordan. Except Michele's ahead of us on that, as we're about to see. Jeff doesn't see how Kevin is going to be convinced to nominate Natalie, and Michele's like, "Nope." Jeff catches the snap: Jordan has to go, and he's willing to ask Michele to sound Kevin out on this. Aw, true love.
Jeff rejoins Jordan inside and watches her cry and feel guilty for failing him. "You deserve to be here over me," she tells him. Jeff offers to throw her under the bus, if that's how she feels. Although he immediately claims he wouldn't actually do that. Even though he just discussed it with Michele. Jordan promises to tell everyone to vote for him to stay instead of her. Jeff appreciates it, and is even nice enough to not tell her to bother because she's likely just screw it up anyway.
Out by the Jacuzzi, Michele makes her move with Kevin. She floats the idea of herself, Jeff, and Kevin in the final three, saying that Kevin doesn't want to be up against Natalie in front of a jury that's already stacked with her friends. Kevin admits that a scenario with Michele seems better than one with Natalie.
Veto day. Neither Michele nor the editors try to create any suspense about what she's going to do. Jordan is disappointed that it looks like she and Jeff will be split up, as is Jeff. Kevin says that it's going to be up to him to put up either Jordan or Natalie as the replacement nominee, and whatever he decides will affect his future in the game. What, no do-overs?
Michele calls the Veto meeting, and Vetoes herself with little preamble. Kevin has even less ado: "Jordan, I'm sorry," he says. Meeting over.