Scottie was sent packing from the Big Brother house through a unanimous 5-0 vote under Tyler Crispen's Head of Household reign only a week after winning the "Battle Back" Competition and re-entering the game.
"I'm 'unpredictable.' They just don't know what to do with me," Scottie told Big Brother host Julie Chen in his post-eviction interview as to why his fellow houseguests ousted him once again.
"They don't know where my head is at. I tried to hard and was so tamed throughout this entire thing. There were times I would have loved to have popped off, there were times I wanted to run around, but I was like, no, and [stayed] even keel. But it got me nowhere. I had a feeling they were going to get rid of me though, because they're not good liars."
Scottie added Tyler is "a coward" because "whatever the house wants, it's what he does."
The Big Brother broadcast began on Day 76, with Scottie and Haleigh on the chopping block. Tyler was hoping to keep both players on his good graces so the person to stay in the house wouldn't come after him the following week.
Haleigh confronted Tyler about how he had allegedly told Scottie he was the pawn, but Tyler assured her that wasn't the case and she should stop asking.
Tyler was expecting to blindside Scottie, which made him feel a little guilty, but it's the name of the game. Scottie just hoped the houseguests didn't read into his lack of campaigning as not caring about the game.
JC Mounduix then asked Tyler what was going on with Angela Rummans, and Tyler insisted nothing at all -- that they just talk in the Head of Household room when no one else is around. Tyler said they were just friends, but JC pointed out he's not stupid.
"Tyler is too close to Angela for my liking. Last week, I talked to him about going against [Kaycee Clark] and Angela, and he wasn't having it. Now, [Brett Robinson] wants to go after them, so I need to get to Tyler somehow," JC said in a confessional.
JC said, best case scenario, Brett would win the next Head of Household so he could target Kaycee and Angela and get the blood on his hands. Tyler, however, wanted to keep Kaycee and Angela in the house. Tyler told JC that he genuinely did not think it was a good idea to target the girls.
Tyler then warned Angela that JC was trying to make moves against her, and she was pissed off. Angela called JC "a diva," saying he was just trying to get Brett in his corner since he was on the outside.
Angela asked Tyler if JC was "more threatening" and "snakey" than Haleigh, but Tyler said, "I don't think so." The game was getting "really tricky" for Tyler at this point, because getting rid of JC would be very bad for his game, especially since JC doesn't win challenges.
"Game-wise, it's way better for me to just let JC take a shot at [Angela] because I can't do it myself. I just feel so selfish, but I came here to win, and I can't throw away my whole game to keep her safe," Tyler told the cameras.
Afterward, Brett had a conversation with Scottie about how he felt "left out" in the game, like he was "playing solo."
"The only person I think [the jury] would rather see evicted than Brett is Angela. So if I handed them on a silver platter exactly what they want, just maybe then I'd be able to win their jury votes," Brett explained in a confessional.
Brett then spoke to JC about how close Angela and Tyler appeared, and so if either of them won the next HoH, they had to go after Angela, who had "two people in her pocket," according to Brett.
Brett added it made sense to nominate Haleigh and Sam Bledsoe for eviction with the intention of backdooring Angela since both Tyler and Kaycee would use the Power of Veto on her. Brett hoped, however, JC would be the one to take the stab and get the blood on his hands.
It then became time for the live eviction, and Scottie's speech was hard to understand, although it was clear he was taking a shot at Tyler and maybe his showmance with Angela. Scottie's speech began with everyone can "suck it" if they vote him out.
Haleigh just expressed love and said she was grateful to play this game with everyone.
The episode concluded with the next Head of Household competition. As the outgoing HoH, Tyler was deemed ineligible to compete.
Dubbed "Shell or Highwater," the participating players were required to maneuver pearls one at a time down a "seaweed ramp" to one of three oysters on the other end. The first houseguest to land a pearl in each oyster and buzz in would win the competition.
If no one sunk all three pearls by the end of the three minutes, the new HoH would be the houseguest who sunked the most pearls in the shortest amount of time.