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Big Brother 4, August 6: Campaigning, Rationalizing, and Other HypocrisiesPage 3
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The stooges talk about how they are now back on top! (Er, there are three of you and up to five of them. I don’t see how the math quite works out.) Alison notes that if the stooges win HOH, they will come after the other alliance. Thank you for that “DUH!” moment of the night. The stooges talk about how they would put Nate up if they win HOH and how he would go because they (the stooges) have majority vote. Um. Let’s see, one would be HOH and not allowed to vote. That means they would have two votes. I don’t see how two is a majority. Mathematicians, these guys are not. But Jack says that he’s been telling everybody that they need to get rid of these guys!
We go back inside and talk to the nominees. Dana has her usual sneer, but does she have any last words? She says she’s feeling a ton of gratitude and appreciation for so many things. She hasn’t been herself without friends and family around. And, she says in a slap, she talks about the handful of the others in the house who she can’t wait to know on the outside. Jun says that to call the house a roller coaster ride does not do it justice. She wants to stick around for more ups and downs because she thinks she thrives on drama. (There are laughs all around.)
Interspersed throughout the show, we saw the Diary Room thoughts of each player before they voted, but none of the votes themselves. I’ve brought them all together here for easier reading:
Jee says Dana is a very strong and blunt player who doesn’t hide her emotions. She’s very confrontational and will go to anyone and point out lies to their face. (How often does she visit the mirror to do that?) He says Jun can be conniving and use reverse psychology. She’s a dangerous player.
Erika says Dana is a strong player and a threat to winning the game. She’s also a loose cannon and you never know what she’s going to do. Jun is savvy, smart, and cannot be trusted because she can be a snake in the grass.
Jack thinks Jun plays this game with her head and not her emotions. She flies under the radar. Dana is a spirited lass. He likes the way she’s played this game, being aggressive and gritty. He has no ill will towards her.
Robert says Dana is a great person, passionate, and smart, but not a good player. Jun always has been and will be a dangerous player. You just don’t know what side she’s on.
Nathan calls Dana a very strong player. You can’t trust her – she’s out for blood and wants to take him down. Jun is like a sneaky snake.
Justin says Dana is very attractive and says what’s on her mind. She’s not fake. There is also just right amount of girl in her for him, whatever that means. He says that there is the personal level and the strategic level, and it’s a very tough vote for him to make.
So it’s eviction time! Julie surprises exactly nobody by saying, “By a vote of six to zero, Dana, you are evicted from the Big Brother house.” She walks to door with the others trailing her and then gives hugs all around – even to Alison and Nate.
As Dana walks out to talk to Julie, back in the house, it’s pretty quiet. There is some discussion of Dana (I think) going crazy over everything – lots of stress. They also talk about how the house will seem empty when there’s only three or four of them left.
Back to Julie, Dana says she’s doing well. Julie points out that it was a unanimous vote, not even Justin gave her a sympathy vote. Dana notes that there is no sympathy in this game. She understands what he did, and he had to do it. Besides, she’s rather it be 6-0 than 3-3 and have Alison give the final word. So she told the three guys to go with it.
Julie says that some (some?!) of the housemates felt she was too emotional when it came to playing the game – is that a fair assessment? Absolutely. Dana says she can’t hide it, it’s who she is. She can’t deal with phony people or lies (oy, this again). It was like a torture chamber for her. Oh please. Still, she has no regrets.
Julie presses on, saying that some felt she was campaigning against Jun. Is that accurate? No. Dana says it might have seemed that way, but she was just trying get a feel of what people were thinking. She wanted to make sure she had a fair chance and deserved a second chance just like Alison. I wonder if Dana has really convinced herself that she’s telling the truth here? Sheesh. Julie pushes the point and wonders what Dana calls it if not campaigning? She keeps on with her story, saying she told Erika to give her a fair chance and give Justin a heads-up if they were voting her out.
Moving to matters of love, Julie says Dana and Justin seemed to bond in house, will they continue? Dana says he will definitely be a friend outside the house. A friend? Not a dating potential? Probably not. She developed a bond with him, but just friends.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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