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Anyway, Boogie thinks it’s harder to play this game as a coach, although it’s probably harder to play it when, A) you don’t have the smartest player ever in the game to carry you to the end, and B) you’re constantly in danger of breaking your hip.
Finally, it’s time to vote. Frank gives his speech and does some platitudes about how nice it’s been to meet everyone, and then declares that Willie is a bully and that “bullying is not okay in this house OR outside.” Wow, this has turned into a wonderful It Gets Better video, but for idiots. Kara gives her speech, and it’s really boring, until the last sentence when she says, “Just remember that someone on your team has made a final deal with the person you’re voting for.” I don’t even know what this means. It suggests there’s some deeper shit going on in the house that we’re not clued in on, but it’s more likely just Kara not knowing how to get the proper words from her brain to her mouth.
Voting! Danielle votes Frank out, because she’s on a team with Kara. Shane also votes Frank out, because he’s with Willie. Joe votes to evict Kara, because he hates Willie. Ian votes out Kara, because he’s on a team with Frank. This is all very predictable. We go to commercial with a 2-2 tie so far, and a graphic on the bottom helpfully tells us that @lftl on Twitter doesn’t want Frank to be evicted. THANKS FOR THE UPDATE, CBS!
Back from commercials, JoJo votes to evict Frank. Jenn votes to evict Kara. Wil also votes to evict Kara, probably because Janelle wants Dan out of the game. Ashley can either make it a tie or send Kara home, and she sends Kara home. Bye, Kara! Poor Dan is totally fucked right now. Maybe he shouldn’t have picked a bunch of dumb girls for his team?
Kara: “Huh? Oh, sorry. Did you guys see all the mirrors on the walls?”
Outside with Julie, we have a predictably boring interview with Kara and Julie. Kara basically knows she was evicted because Dan is so scary to everyone else. Julie plays Kara’s goodbye messages, and they’re VERY creepy. Joe screams at her, “You got the looks but you ain’t got the game. You gotta be willin’ to go deep, get in the mud, play around, roll in the sand. You look good, go back to modelin’.” Kara looks disgusted at this, as she should. But then Shane shows up and says he’s going to miss “those long legs that were so inviting to everyone,” which is something only serial killers should say. Kara looks thrilled at this, because Shane is cute and Joe is not, so therefore Shane can be as creepy as he wants! Yay, shallow people!