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Big Brother 4, July 30: When Emotions Attack!Page 2
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Having failed to get anything interesting out of Nathan, Julie moves on to Alison, noting that at the veto meeting, she said she deserved a second chance. Why? Alison says that Dana lied to her face (just before nominating her, Dana apparently told her she was safe) so she wants a second chance where people can be honest. Dana chimes in that honesty goes on a lot around the house, right Julie? Julie says she’s staying out of it! Getting back to Alison, Julie asks her if she’d be gone had Nathan not used the veto. Definitely. She says Dana made it clear that she wanted her out and Dana was to be respected. Dana holds her tongue this time.
Moving to Alison’s ex, Julie notes that Justin came in second in two HOH and two veto competitions. Justin says he always wants to win, but second seems come to him. One of these times, he says he’ll win one.
Quickly jumping to Robert, Julie says his separation from his daughter seems to be taking a toll – is there anything he wants to say? He loves her more than anything and can’t wait to get out and see her.
Time for the first few thoughts from the votes. Alison says Dave is easy on the eyes, smart, in good physical condition, and very important for competitions. Jack is wonderful but things may be difficult for him because he’s a lot older than the others in the house. She votes to evict Jack.
Robert says this decision is the toughest because his heart says David should leave, but he loves him. Jack is a threat. He was in the FBI and knows how to hide things – that’s what’s scary about him.
Nathan says both are great and he hates to see either of them go.
Now it’s time for the obligatory thoughts from family and friends of the nominees. Jack was one of the few to come in without an ex, but for him, living with an ex would have been nothing new. Why? Because although he’s divorced from Pat, he and his ex-wife still are together all the time! She says they have three daughters and enjoy themselves in their relationship. OK, I gotta say, this whole thing is a little weird. But whatever. Pat says Jack being older could play against him. Next we see Jack saying the atmosphere is like a junior high prom. Lots of “dude”s and “totally”s – that’s their vocabulary, he says. Also, lots of testosterone and women in heat. He says he’s amused by it, as he is amused watching his own children.
Pat notes that Jack is a man who will not let you exclude him. He manages gracefully to get himself included. Jack notes that he can’t avoid standing out because of his age. They know how old he is and that he has not performed well in competitions (we see him fall in the luxury competition that aired last night). He’s a step or two or three behind the young guys and sometimes the women. Pat suggests that it’s part of his strategy to lay low and not win competitions. Jack, however, says he’s not throwing competitions – he doesn’t like to lose.
After a bit on Erika and how Jack’s relationship with her is more father/daughter than anything romantic, there is some discussion of his sleeping habits. He apparently sleeps always on his back, looking like he’s in a coffin. Jack says it’s because, on stakeouts, you don’t want blankets or anything else in your way if you have to quickly wake up and grab your gun. In the house, though, he sleeps on his back because he thinks Dana is gonna come in and “stab my ass.” Heh.
We’re live again, and Julie is talking to BC in the HOH room. Julie reminds her that the other HouseGuests can’t hear her, so she is free to speak her mind. Dana says she doesn’t care if they can hear or not! So, any regrets? The only regret Dana has is that she didn’t initially nominate Nathan with Alison. When did she realize this was a mistake? After she found out that Nathan would Veto Alison. Dana goes into psycho mode and calls Nathan unappreciative, saying he should have been grateful that she didn’t put him up initially, but instead he dissed her by taking Alison off. Now he’s a big target with lots of people pissed off at him. He put more value on Alison than the others in his alliance. He should have wanted to keep a stronger player like Dave. (Um, why? The idea is to win the game, and to win, you need to get rid of the stronger players.) She claims that Nathan needs attention and now he can be the hero. Er… what? I didn’t realize that illicit drugs came as one of the perks in the HOH room, but she sure sounds like she’s been partaking of some.
On to the topic of Justin. Julie says we’ve all seen BC and Justin flirting – are the feelings real? She says they are genuine in that she feels comfortable with him; it’s not BS, not about the game. It feels like a real friendship, plus flirting, of course. He’s beautiful and also a good person deep down inside. Awww.
Now that we’re done with BC, time to check in on what Jun and Jee had to say in their voting discussions. Jun says that because Jack is an older male, they look to him for wise epithets. Ooookay. David is the most dangerous person in the house. He can keep a straight face when he lies (as opposed to, say, Alison, who gets drunk and spills the beans to anybody in the vicinity). She votes to evict David.
Jee agrees that David is a dangerous player with a knack of getting people on his side. But people may think Jack is a weaker player, yet he makes a huge impact on the house.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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