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Big Brother 4, August 6: Campaigning, Rationalizing, and Other HypocrisiesPage 4
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Of course, each person taped a “special message” to Dana. What’s Erika’s “special message”? Here it is: I hate to be the one to say I told you so but I told you so. Ouch. She says she warned Dana that if she went against alliance, she would be a target. Way to ensure her vote if you’re in the finals, Erika! (Even if what you said is absolutely true.) Jack says he likes Dana’s sassy spirit – she played the game hard and to the wall. Alison says she thinks Dana is a wonderful person and admires her. It’s a wonder Dana didn’t throw up on the spot. Jun says nobody else wants Dana there anymore, but they did share a lot of laughs, so take the game as a game and cast aside any personal feelings. Justin says the things he really loves about her are the same things that got her evicted, like the fact that she didn’t hide emotions and is not able to be fake. He can’t wait to see her on the outside. Wonder if he knows about the “I just want to be friends” thing.
Any final thoughts? Dana says it was great. They all told her not to go against the original alliance, but she’s nobody’s puppet. She did it her way and was evicted on her terms. “I am who I am.” (Thank you, Popeye.) And who is she? Well, the first member of the jury, who will be sequestered and later brought back to vote. Ugh, that’s right. We’re not done with her, are we?
With Dana gone, it’s time for the HOH competition, “Who Said It?” Julie will read a statement from the questionnaire that they all filled out before coming to the house. The players have a choice of Amanda, Michelle, David, Dana, or Alison. When Julie gives the quote, the players have to make sure the face of the person they think said it appears in their booth. If they’re wrong, they’re out. Last one standing wins HOH.
That was quick, so we have some extra time. After commercial we’re back at the house again. Julie congratulates Justin and asks how it feels. Pretty good. He says with both Dana and Alison as possible answers, he might have had a slight edge.
So, Jun, how do you feel? She feels good and didn’t want to leave the kitchen (the others didn’t want her to either!). Julie notes that her friendship with Dana seemed a bit strained in the past few days. Jun agrees that it was extremely strained and says now that they are separated, they should have a better ability to reconcile.
Julie completely puts Alison on the spot by asking how she will celebrate the eviction of Dana. Alison gives a good answer, saying she’s not going to celebrate and she actually feels pretty bad. Being on the show was a dream of hers and Alison feels like she shattered that dream. Julie points out that it’s everybody’s dream who is there, but Alison says it was especially Dana’s.
With still more time to kill, Julie goes around the horn and asks what each person misses most from the outside. Robert? His daughter. Justin? Um, no, that’s Nathan. (See what I meant earlier about confusing the HouseGuests?) He says family. Alison? Donny. Oh please. Jee? Carmen. Jun? Bob. Julie notes that this is the first time we’ve heard of this “Bob” guy, and it’s twice tonight – though I don’t recall the first time (probably when she was talking about family and friends and stuff). Justin? Family and friends. Jack? Erika pipes in that Julie skipped her. Whoops! Erika says family, as does Jack.
We will of course find out who is nominated on Friday’s show (earlier if you check out our spoiler page), and find out about the Veto Tuesday. But on Wednesday, the HouseGuests will cast live eviction votes on the show.
As we go into the closing credits, we eavesdrop on the house, where the three stooges and Alison are still in the living room talking. Alison says she’s a little mad about Julie’s question, but Rob tells her that what she said in response was beautiful. Justin tells her not to start crying and Rob repeats that she handled it well. We leave with the stooges consoling her.
So, what can we expect to happen next? Well, Justin will almost certainly nominate Nathan. Who else? Probably Jack. If he puts up Jack, he knows that Erika will vote to oust Nathan, so that’s one vote on his side. Alison will probably have to vote with the stooges or risk her own place. If all of those things work out, then Nathan will be gone. But, of course, things seldom work out that well (this week was an exception, not the rule). Now some may point to the fact that I made fun of the stooges earlier for saying they were on top and in control and all that. Remember that they said that before they knew who would win HOH and also remember that they were apparently just talking about themselves. Anyway, we’ll just have to keep watching to find out what actually happens!
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