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Big Brother 4, July 16: Wham, Bam, Goodbye Ma’amPage 3
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As for Lisa, she says her bank account grew, she gave a lot to family and friends and charities (and Uncle Sam) and put away a lot so she won’t have to bartend again for a while. The show also opened the door to acting and we see some modeling pics. She also posed for a magazine – it was a little risqué and she was naked for the shoot, but we can’t see anything really in the photos. Answering the question that many have been asking, after the show, Eric spent some time with her in California and it was great, but they wanted different things in a relationship. So now Marcellas is more or less the man in her life. Ick.
We get some reactions from the four of them on the whole “X-Factor” thing (because we can’t beat that dead horse too many times). They make some noises about how wrong it is, and Marcellas says he gets along great with his exes so we’d have gotten to see him have sex. Excuse me while I poke out my eyes, just in case. As far as who they like on the show, Lisa and Marcellas both like Nathan. Marcellas also says that Justin’s body and face are hot.
Thankfully, that should be the last we see of Marcellas unless we go to one of his top modeling shows.
Getting back to this season, Julie asks Jee and Amanda if they are surprised to have been nominated. Jee says he isn’t – he had a gut feeling. Amanda knew, it was no surprise. How did she know? She reasoned it out, that’s how. Take that, Julie!
Each gets their final words to the group. Amanda thanks them for putting her up against Jee because there was no chance of her winning. She adds that she couldn’t have been with a better group of people and she’ll see them on the outside. Jee says it’s only been a week but he’s grown fond of each of them and really enjoyed his time. If he doesn’t continue, best wishes to all of them. He adds that Amanda is really a good-hearted person and he’s also sorry she had to be next to him.
Before we get to the vote results, let’s see what the HouseGuests had to say.
Michelle says the guys already have an advantage because they started with seven and the girls with six, so getting rid of Jee would make it even. Um. Apparently Michelle missed the part where Scott was booted and they are now at six each. Or she’s just really bad at math. Anyway, she says she really likes Amanda but this is not the time to make a new best friend. Like, omigod.
Erika says she doesn’t know what’s really going on in Jee’s head. Since we have yet to come up with a valid method to read minds, that’s not terribly surprising.
Jack wants to keep Jee in; even though he’s an ex, he could perform as double-agent. Always the intelligence master, Jack is.
Robert thinks Amanda is a sweet girl and the most beautiful in the house, but she didn’t come in playing the game. As for Jee, he’s a great person and really honest.
Dana says she thinks Jee is on her team (which team?!). She admits they didn’t really give Amanda a fair chance.
Justin would like to keep Amanda because she brings life to the house but doesn’t talk strategy. The fact that Jee is so likeable is a threat to everybody.
I’d just like to interject here that the very fact that none of the HouseGuest votes has been shown makes it incredibly obvious who is going.
Alison likes Amanda and thinks she’s cool, fun, smart, and sexy. She says she’d vote to evict Justin, but obviously that’s not happening.
Jun would like to keep Jee because if her other alliances crumble, she can use him as a decoy/alliance. OK, remember above where Jee’s current girlfriend pointed out how stupid Jun has been by acting the way she has toward Jee? Here is where I’d like to make a point. If Jun honestly thinks that she can use Jee, shouldn’t she make some attempt to even acknowledge his existence? I mean, she can’t just wait six weeks and then, suddenly, when she finds she’s on the outside of the major alliance, hop on over to Jee and say, “So, honey, what’s cookin’?” It would be a good plan, if she actually carried it out.
David says Amanda is very perceptive and knows what’s going on in the house. He adds that she “likes to lay low.” Yeah, that’s not what he’s talking about, but it’s funny anyway.
Finally, it’s time for eviction. As I figured, the vote is not even close. In fact, it’s unanimous. Amanda is evicted, having received all nine votes. Even Dave voted against her. He must have told her that ahead of time, for strategy purposes. She had been asking some of the others to make sure Dave wouldn’t go next, after all.
As she leaves, there are hugs all around and a nice goodbye kiss from Dave. Awww.
As she goes out to meet Julie, in the house Dave congratulates Jee, but Jee says he doesn’t feel like he should take it like that. Dave says it’s a game, so be happy.
Once Amanda is situated on the couch with Julie, the first question is again about why she wasn’t surprised. Jeez, Julie, she knew it was coming. Get over it! Amanda says she could just tell. It started with her fights with Scott early on. People were… you know. And she also knows that the way the exes came in as the last five, plus the agreement between Nathan and Justin & Robert, that left only her, Jee, and Michelle – and she knew Michelle wasn’t not going.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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