Swaggy C, a 23-year-old day trader from Bridgeport, CT, was evicted from the Big Brother house through an 8-4 vote.
"Everybody in there is soft. That's the first thing. And the other side, somebody must have the gift of gab because they keep persuading everybody to get somebody from my side out... you can't trust anybody in the house," Swaggy C told Big Brother host Julie Chen following his eviction, adding that he felt most betrayed by Kaitlyn Herman and Haleigh Broucher.
Bayleigh hoped Kaitlyn would change her mind and help rally votes for Swaggy C to stay, and if that didn't work, Bayleigh didn't want to make waves given she could be the next target if Swaggy C was to actually go home.
Bayleigh's "FOUTTE" alliance then discussed how they needed seven votes to keep Swaggy C in the house. Even if they managed to obtain six votes for a tie, Bayleigh figured Kaitlyn, as the Head of Household, wouldn't vote Winston out instead.
The FOUTTE alliance were also finally catching on to Tyler's game, saying he had been running the show and influenced Kaitlyn to flip.
Meanwhile, Winston discussed with Kaycee Clark and Rachel -- members of the "Level 6" alliance -- how they could save him from the chopping block. With Angela and Brett Robinson also on their side, they only needed two more votes to make it happen.
Level 6 assumed they'd also have JC and Sam working with them.
Kaitlyn then sat down and talked with Faysal. Faysal said he wasn't mad Kaitlyn took a shot at Swaggy C; he was mad that she blindsided him and didn't let him in on the plan.
Faysal appreciated the fact Kaitlyn stood up for herself, but he didn't think it was a good game move given they had the numbers.
Faysal said she took away his "safety blanket," but she promised him they were still a pair.
Swaggy C wasn't being genuine, but he knew opening up to Sam might work in his favor, and he was right, because Sam considered using her "Bonus Life" power to save him.
After Swaggy C was voted out of the house, he revealed to Julie that he and Bayleigh had expressed they were in love with each other.
It then became time for the season's next Head of Household competition. As outgoing HoH, Kaitlyn was ineligible to compete.
Dubbed "Product Launch," the competition required the players to watch two videos featuring the summer launch of a fictional tech company called Pineapple, Inc. After each video played, Julie asked the houseguests questions about what they saw and heard.
The houseguest to answer seven questions correctly would win the power role of Head of Household.