Last-Word Jason tells them both that their spirit will be missed. Well, except for Jill's. He compliments Josh for his little display, and Josh confesses, "I'm a dork." Jason insists that was "undeniable cool." I'm beginning to question Jason's mastery of that concept. Dave finally cuts the evictees loose to say goodbye to the survivors, and Brooke again exhorts us to vote for our favorites and plugs a bunch of Verizon and MSN crap. Meanwhile, across the room from each other, Toby and Tommy are having this whole dorky mime conversation about Vegas. Can't wait for that webisode.
Post-eviction interviews. Wait, I mean interview. Singular. Ryan claims not to be surprised that two people got axed tonight. "The competition is officially at a new level and they just sped up the process," he explains. Hey, I'm all for that. The sooner we can get down to just Dilana, Lukas, Magni, Toby, and Storm fighting it out, the happier I'll be. Ryan says thathe'll miss Josh, his roommate and the house comic (not that we ever saw much of that fabled sense of humor until the very end), and Jill was a fellow New Yorker. Aw, Ryan, you old softy. A fellow New Yorker? I'm getting all misty. Ryan adds, "She just had a set of pipes on her that she could wake up at 6 in the morning and sing like that." Too bad about the past tense; I didn't know that there was a literal hatchet at the end of these elimination shows. As for himself, Ryan says his chances of winning are the same as the first day he came, which is pretty modest of him. I'd say they've doubled or maybe even tripled from the original zero. "As far as becoming the lead singer of Supernova?" he question-repeats, "that's why I'm here. That's what I want." Well, it's good to want things.