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Big Brother 4, July 29: One Day at a Time, Sweet JesusPage 2
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So letís hear what our other nominee has to say... Jack is outside talking with Nate about his nomination and he pretty much echoes what we have heard in the beginning of this episode about how Dana made enemies out of everyone in the house. Nate didnít expect that set of nominations to come down the pike whatsoever and itís basically an attack on their alliance of three which I guess is a subset of the alliance of seven which is a subset of the alliance of eight. There are so many alliances here that I really canít keep track of it all and itís starting to make my head hurt. Why canít they do something nice like give me something really easy to read graphic that shows color coded lines connecting people that are supposedly in alliances with each other. That way I could just go, ďOh, Dana. Well sheís in an alliance with HDL and possibly Jun since Jun is more of a dotted line. But, look, thereís a yellow line extending out to Justin on itís own which could mean that sheís in a secret alliance with him.Ē Come to think of it, with the way alliances change in this house, that graph would be out of date in about three minutes.
Erika, who I think is just stunningly beautiful now that Iíve really gotten a chance to view her for an extended period of time, thinks that Dana has pissed off about half of the jury members and has pretty much thrown away any chance she has of winning the cash. Why would Dana do such a thing? It makes no sense to her. Well I never said Erika was smart. Just pretty. What it really boils down to is that Dana knows that Alison was gunning to get her out of the house so she made a pre-emptive strive to get her out of the house before any plans could be set in place to get her out the following week. Itís really a very smart move when you think about it. For once people are thinking with their brains although I canít really give Dana too much credit since I still think that Jack is a decoy and Iím scared to think that he would go early.
Erika hooks up with Nate in the backyard and Nate tells her that their very survival is at stake and all I keep thinking is that they must think that they are in some bad late Ď70s/early Ď80s adventure flick set in South America where a band of tribal leaders is hunting them down to make Gringo Stew and someone uses the line about how their survival is at stake when it comes time to make a very important decision that could impact the rest of the movie. Of course, as it goes in the movies, they make the wrong decision anyway, get captured by the cannibals, and barely make it out alive when they somehow rock the pot over and use it to roll down the hill. Wait. I think that was an episode of Scooby Doo. Anyway, you get the idea. Back to Nate and Erika.
Somehow these two come up with the earth-shattering conclusion that Dana wants Alison out of the house. I have no idea how they came up with that one on their own without the use of hand puppets, but it happened. Nate says that Alison has to stay and Erika now has to wonder about breaking her alliance with Jack. Okay, so thereís another alliance that Iíve just learned about. Let me take my periwinkle crayon and draw a line from the Erika bubble to the Jack bubble. My chart is starting to look more and more like one of those Jackson Pollack splatter paintings. Erika says that the way to play the game is to just go with whatever is happening in the house and just ride it to the end. Of course this all makes sense and itís what you have to do to play the game and keep your sanity but is she actually going to do it?
Now, this is where I have to question Erikaís motives. Is this a case of stirring the pot or empathizing when she goes up to Alison and says that she thinks her ex (meaning Alisonís ex, Justin) is evil and how she felt the same way when she was placed up for nomination last week. Just to remind you, Erikaís ex is the Used Car Salesman, aka Robert. Last week Erika and Robert went through some emotional upheavals regarding her nomination and actually it looks like the two have somewhat made peace after she consoled him when he broke down in the Diary Room. See, if this was me and my ex, well my big ex since the short relationships donít really and truly count... but if this was my ex, we wouldnít be making up so quickly.
Alison is in the Diary Room and she says that the man-troll (Dana) wants to do the midget (Justin). Apparently when she was with Justin, or immediately after, she called him the midget. Of course, his nickname for her was High Maintenance Super Control Freak Bitch but when they were together he just called her Snickerdoodle because saying the entire name was just a bit too much to do in one breath. Anyway, Alison says that Dana and Justin would have the ugliest babies and I would have to disagree there. I think Danaís an attractive woman and Justin sure is rocking my world. Their babies would have great physiques thanks to their dad and bipolar attitudes thanks to their mom. What more could you ask for? Personally, I just think that Alison is jealous that Justin has already found a woman in the house and itís not her. I just want to know what Justin saw in Alison besides five or ten minutes of a good time every now and then.
Yes, I went there. I went there, wallowed in it, got up, and kept on typing.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next-->
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