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Big Brother 4, July 11: Nomination TimePage 2
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So up and back the lifters run. Justin has trouble because when you pick up a soft girl, she feels like about 20 pounds. But a hard barrel of potatoes feels a lot different. Well, I would hope so!
When all is said and done, they miss fruits and vegetables, meat, and dairy (at least they don’t have to worry about keeping kosher). They get snacks and desserts, though, and, more importantly, booze! Dana is pissed about the teams that lost because she got it right and three guys couldn’t. Go have a drink and a snack and calm down!
And now for something completely different. Justin and Alison are boxing – with gloves but no headpieces. This becomes important when Justin nails Alison in the face, right by her eye. Oops. Justin says he felt bad and didn’t mean to hit her that hard – she was the one who wanted to fight him! She runs in the house and gets an ice pack.
Dana jokingly says they’ll suffocate him tonight while he’s sleeping. Alison joins the joke and says they’ll just say her boyfriend beats her. Jun points out that he’s her ex-boyfriend. Alison says whatever, she’s living with him so it feels like it’s her boyfriend, but her real boyfriend is probably dumping her right now. She bursts into tears and the women ooh and awww over her, and then she runs in the house, crying.
Regrouping in the bathroom, Alison tells Erika she feels guilty, to which Erika replies that it’s not her fault for being put in this situation. Alison says her real boyfriend probably feels horrible. Erika and Amanda tell her she’s being too hard on herself.
Then David jumps out of nowhere, scaring the crap out of Alison, and says, “Don’t’ cry, Ali, be happy!” This segues into a piece where several HouseGuests talk about him being a class clown. Dana and Erika say he’s very funny. Scott says Dave and him are a lot alike in sense of humor department, but Dana says they laugh at Scott rather than the way they laugh with David. We see a number of clips of David acting goofy, such as making a puppet out of a potholder and brushing his nose with toothpaste, etc. He hopes this behavior will distract people from him being a threat.
But some of the others see through his act. Nathan, Justin, and Alison talk about how his personality changes. They say he’ll do anything, from pretending to be dead in the pool (which we see – it does look a little spooky) to him bouncing off the walls. Dana says she enjoys him but doesn’t want to let somebody slip through the cracks. Alison says he will joke and then turn around and be completely serious – he’s a funny wildcard.
A group of HouseGuests are sitting around bored, which I imagine is going to only get worse as the weeks go by. But Amanda suggests a rousing game of Truth or Dare. Michelle has to pick the microphone off Dana’s chest – with her mouth. Alison gives Nathan a lapdance – and looks like she’s done it before. Amanda licks Jee’s ear. Robert give Amanda a lapdance and, um, doesn’t look like he’s done it before – nor should he ever do it again.
Meanwhile, the uncool kids – Scott, David, Jack, and Erika – are out in the yard playing chess on the huge board. (It’s more difficult to play and see all the moves, but at least it will be tough to lose a piece!) Scott walks in the house for a moment and stops to watch. They (mostly Jun) tell him can’t just watch – he has to play. So he leaves – it’s too collegey for him.
After all the lapdances are done, Jun goes outside to make nice. She says Scott turns to her with a look on his face that says he wants to fight her. Well, go get the boxing gloves! No, she just storms back inside, telling the others he said it was immature fun.
The fact of the matter is that the immature funsters (that would be a good name for a band) are not happy with Scott, or Erika (yeah, yeah, we know about Erika already!). Nathan is pissed at both of ‘em. Haven’t we seen this script a few times on Survivor?
Staying with the topic of Scott, Michelle tells us that Scott is talking to Amanda about the drama that went on in their relationship. Cut to that discussion. Scott talks about how he couldn’t show emotions, then goes into some stories to explain it. Amanda says she’d rather he didn’t go into it. He tries to take some of the blame and wishes he could go back and change things. Michelle asks if he wants to get back with her. No, he claims, everything happens for a reason, and he made a mistake. She thinks Scott is just saying all this to kiss up to Amanda in case she becomes HOH. But privately, Scott admits that he would actually like to get back with her – he even wants to spend the rest of his life with her and might he not get the opportunity to do that, which he says really affects him; they had something special.
Now it’s time for the explanation of what nominations are, in case anybody hadn’t seen the show last year. This is the box. This is the box that holds the keys. This is the box that hold the keys that you will turn. This is the box that holds the keys that you will turn to find out if you’re safe. Etc. As Nathan explains, people look on nervously. Michelle says the game has really begun. No, it really began a few days ago, you just weren’t paying attention.<--Previous 1 2 3 Next-->
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