DI Francisco orders everyone who voted for Haar to step forward. The following voted for Haar: Brown, Meyer, Wolf, Pupo, Moretty, Whitlow, Moretti, Hutak, Coddington, Lauder, and Jackson. Thomson voted for Hutak, because he didn't get the memo since he was on medical leave. Yaney voted for Pupo because his balloon sculptures told him to. DI Francisco tells Haar that she can address her former squad. Haar says that there are no hard feelings, and that she enjoyed her time at boot camp. She gave it her all and wishes them the best. DI Francisco says that Haar gets to choose one recruit to take with her. Haar chooses Pupo because she's "not a team player sometimes." At this, Pupo's eyebrows go way, way up. Haar continues, saying that Pupo "sometimes has a [sic] attitude, sir." Pupo joins Haar in front of the squad as the rest of the recruits leave. A box on the screen tallies up the final votes: Haar got eleven, Pupo got two, and Hutak got one. Oh, because Haar voted for Pupo too. I couldn't figure that out for a second.
Next week: Boot Camp moves to Tuesday night, because of the Blockbuster Awards. Moretty thinks it's going to hell in a handbasket. Meyer fakes a faint. Jackson thinks that Meyer is "dumber than a bag full of dried leaves." Hee! The announcer says that "the squad faces their toughest mission yet," which shouldn't be too hard since their first two missions haven't been that tough. It looks like Moretti is the squad leader. He orders Yaney to do something, and Yaney looks terrified. Brown thinks that Moretti takes pleasure in ordering people around. Moretti says that Brown is an actress. Wolf tells Meyer that he's sick of having to save his butt. Meyer yells at Wolf for voting for him.
Then there's another promo during the credits for some reason, and it implies that Brown rallies the women to vote off the men. Should be interesting.