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Big Brother 4, August 6: Campaigning, Rationalizing, and Other HypocrisiesPage 2
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Next up is Justin. Julie asks him if he wants to say anything to the woman who appears to be his girlfriend in the house in case she’s leaving tonight. He says they do spend a lot of time together and she is a great person – as Julie will have a chance to find out if she’s evicted. He says Dana knows it’s a game and the show must go on. He does care about her and he thinks she cares about him, but inside the house is where it has to stay.
Jee’s ex could be walking out today instead – is there anything he wants to say? Jee says he appreciates her cooking. If she goes, he hopes it’s for the best, good luck, etc. Jun gives a sarcastic “thank you very much” in reply. Staying with Jee, Julie references that it’s been a tough week for him because it’s the anniversary of his father’s death. Is there anything he wants to tell his family? Just that he loves them and is always thinking about them.
Time for the usual “chat with friends and family” segment. Dana’s cousin is there to tell us that Dana has a strong personality. Thanks for the revelation! She also notes that she can break wood using karate. Big deal. The folks on Amazing Race did that last week with about five minutes of training. And they weren’t working on any wimpy single boards – they had triple boards! Dana’s cousin continues that people had better not mess with her if they know what’s good for them. Um… Let’s see here. Dana turned on them and they wrecked her plans. Then they put her up and it looks like she’s going. Yeah, she sure showed them!
Dana’s cousin is a bit upset about the “mantroll” remarks about Dana and says that Dana is definitely a girl! Gosh, thanks for clarifying that for us, too! And you know what else? Alison nominating Dana was not a shock. Whoa. But then it gets funny as she says that Alison is threatened by Dana and didn’t like that Dana was hanging out with her ex-boyfriend, so that’s why she nominated her. Um. Yeah. And it had nothing to do with the fact that Dana nominated Alison the previous week and made it clear to one and all that she wanted Alison gone. Nah. Nothing at all. But Dana’s cousin would rather have a straight-up person like Dana than a schemer like Alison. If she were Alison, she wouldn’t mess with Dana! See my comments last paragraph. Sheesh. You know, these two are obviously related. And no, that’s not meant to be a compliment.
In Jun’s corner, we have her brother, Danny. He says Jun is the older sister and his mentor through most of his life. When their parents first found out about her being on Big Brother, they were worried about the family honor being broken. They’ve even chosen not to watch show, as too much skin is shown. Her parents want to see her wearing less revealing clothes.
With the secret alliance of Jee and Jun, Danny says they are using each other but know how the other thinks, so it’s an advantage for them both. Jun’s strategy is going well, he says, as she’s making friends with both the allies and exes (er, actually, she’s made it so neither group trusts her!). He says if Dana is kicked out, Jun will flirt with the new meat on the market, aka Justin. Yeesh. You know, there is just something wrong with a younger brother saying that about his sister.
Now it’s time for Julie to talk privately with Alison. She says that Alison has made it clear that she wants Dana out. As we’ve seen, though, the pawn often goes. (At this point, Alison is shocked – shocked – to hear this news. She thought the target always went! OK, I’m lying. But that’s what this idiots act like on a routine basis.) What will Alison do if Dana doesn’t walk out? Alison says she’s not really able to do anything as she’s not eligible for HOH again this week. But she will push and pursue Dana’s exit with the new HOH!
Julie notes that the alliance with Nathan seems to be wearing thin. Alison agrees, saying that unfortunately it’s a game, she had to flirt and be close with Nathan to get him to use the Veto. (Oh, please, that lame excuse again?) She’s used him but the alliance is no longer necessary, so he’s on his own now.
In a strange segue, Julie notes that Alison has been reading a lot of the Bible lately and wonders if it’s had an effect on how she plays the game. Well, let’s see. Alison is definitely coveting her neighbor’s ass, and has done so several times throughout the game. And that’s just the beginning. But Alison says it has affected her play, but because it’s more of a stress relief, helping her relax her mind. Ooookay.
Another question from Julie, who says that Alison and Justin, her ex, have exchanged some pretty harsh words, but they have a deal. Is that a deal she intends to honor? Yes, she won’t nominate him and she thinks he will honor it too. She says they can co-exist and not deal with each other inside the house and out.
Leaving Alison, it’s time to focus on the three stooges, Justin, Robert, and Jee. Julie says they’ve been allies since day one, and we hear what some of their housemates think. Jack says the three of them are always talking, so when you talk to one of them, you talk to all three. One stooge is Moe, the ringleader. That would be Justin. Robert is Larry, the sidekick. And therefore Jee is Curly. We see some amusing stooges-like behavior as Jack says they are comical, but they’re still here. Dana notes that when they first came into the house, they were the first three targets. But Jee won HOH and then Dana won it and joined their side as well.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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