Elizabeth realises she forgot to get the cider out of the storeroom this morning when it was open. Doh!
Elizabeth and Dean chat about having affairs while in relationships. Elizabeth can't abide it. She went out with a guy at university who started seeing someone else and didn't tell her, but when she went to talk to him about it he wouldn't see her. She asks Dean if she is that scary. "Obviously," he replies.
Josh and Dean chat about him being nominated. He's feeling alright about it but is confused as to how Paul has survived after being nominated four weeks in a row.
Big Brother asks the housemates to go to the boys' bedroom. Brian is the only housemate still in bed. The others say he is lazy which prompts Paul to throw a glass of water over him.
Elizabeth goes back to the girls' room for a sleep, Helen shaves her legs and Josh makes omelettes. Paul takes Helen breakfast in bed and goes to make himself an omelette. Josh is amused by Paul's omelette making attempts and Helen joins in on the joke. Paul defends himself saying he's a good cook but didn't have the vital ingredients for an omelette. He attempts to yet again impress Helen with the suave line: "I am good. Don't take that away from me."
As Brian emerges from the shower, Paul and Josh throw more water over him. Josh tells him that it is holy water and they are trying to purify him. Helen helps Josh clean out the chickens as Dean hangs up his washing in the garden.
The group sit down for lunch in the garden. Dean asks Helen and Josh if they will call his girlfriend if they are evicted.
The conversation moves to religion. Brian says he is Catholic and Dean questions him on the conflict between his religion and his sexuality. Brian says that he never really questioned it. Dean suggests to Brian that he speak to a priest when he gets out of the house.
Helen and Paul clean the mirrors together and use it as an excuse to play fight and flirt with each other. Then they play snakes and ladders in the den. Paul tells her he would be gutted if she were evicted. Helen later tells him she is pretty certain she will lose the vote, and she has a gut feeling that her time is up.
Josh is called to the Diary Room and he says that he simply can't lose: he would be ecstatic if he got to see all his family and friends, but would be over the moon if he got a chance to stay. Josh expresses slight worry about how he will be received by the public and thinks he would miss Elizabeth the most if he goes.
Elizabeth pleads with Big Brother to open the storeroom so she can get the cider she forgot to take out that morning. Big Brother refuses, and the housemates sulk whilst considering rebellion during the live show by refusing to talk to Davina.
Paul makes another unsuccessful attempt at getting the cider, but when Dean states their case, Big Brother eventually allows them to have the cider, stating that it was a technical problem that prevented the storeroom from being opened. Meanwhile, Helen gets ready with Brian as her stylist. She mentions that she might sleep in the den with Paul this evening if she stays.
Once assembled in the lounge, the group discusses the possible results and what they will do. Helen starts to get nervous and holds Paul's hand. When Davina announces that Josh will be evicted, he claims had a premonition at the last moment and takes it in his stride, despite looking disappointed. Helen can't believe her luck and gets excited, acting somewhat tactlessly in front of Josh.
Josh says he wants to go straight home and will not be staying in a hotel no matter what anyone says. He is very dejected and doesn't think he has given all of himself in the house. Dean gives Josh a present - his 'Waltons' mouth-organ/guitar tuner. Josh gives his eviction speech, telling the others that he enjoyed the experience of being in the house with them.
As music plays in the house, Josh looks nervous and is not up for dancing. Helen, on the other hand, high kicks her way round the living room. Josh's time comes and the others make the traditional tunnel of hands as he bids them farewell. Josh-less, the housemates console themselves with a dinner of bangers and mash. Brian, realising his date has left, claims that he is now the gooseberry.
Helen reminds Paul he is her slave until midnight and he has to do whatever she desires. She says she wants a foot massage. Paul is quick to remind her that she is his slave at the turn of midnight and she should watch out because she will be doing everything for him. She asks the group if they'd like her to make them all breakfast in bed.
Brian goes to the boys' bedroom and looks at photos of his friends and family. He starts to get teary eyed - he has admitted many times he is jealous of the evictees.
He rejoins the others in the conservatory and they talk about what kind of task they would like. Elizabeth goes on to reveal that she has always wanted to own a bright orange Harley Davidson with matching bright orange catsuit and stilettos. She also admits that next time Big Brother asks her what she is missing, she will have to say sex as it is really starting to affect her.
In the boys' bedroom, Dean comments to Brian and Paul that as soon as a housemate leaves it immediately makes things feel different. Brian says that the nominations make him feel guilty.
Paul talks about how Josh wasn't happy in the house and Dean agrees that he didn't get to see Josh's real personality until the last week. Helen goes to bed and Paul sits on her bed with her talking about how they will stay in the den tomorrow. However, Paul says that they should get Brian to stay with them.
Elizabeth joins Helen in the bedroom and asks her if boyfriend Big G will be there for her when she leaves the house. Helen says that he definitely will, and that she is unsure about what is happening between her and Paul, although she knows he likes her.
Everyone sleeps, and Paul indulges in some more sleep talking.
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