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Big Brother 4, August 12: The Two-Faced Bitch Showby David Bloomberg -- 08/13/2003
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We begin with our usual recap. Justin nominated Jack and Nathan because he’s supposedly upset that they lied to his face. Well duh, so did Alison and Jun – and Dana, for that matter!
Nathan and Jack are outside working out. Nathan says he feels like it’s all his fault they are in this situation. If he had not used the Veto on Alison, they wouldn’t be here. Jack blames only himself because they didn’t make it work, but Nathan wants to take the blame. Nathan says Alison didn’t have faith that they would win, she didn’t have to go to them (the Stooges – Justin/Jee/Robert). Nathan continues that they had a plan and she broke it and went behind his back – so now she’s safe and he’s on the block. The two of them commiserate about their alliance going from eight to four to three. Ouch.
Jun goes into the HOH room and tells the Stooges that the two guys “hate” Justin. Well, okay, she admits, they don’t actually “hate” him, but they don’t want to hear that they’re liars – nobody does. I’m betting that “nobody” includes Jun, who is one of the biggest liars in the house! So now we’ll add “hypocrite” to her list of titles.
To remind us that Jack is, indeed, a huge liar, we see what is probably the only instance of him lying – when he told the Stooges that Michelle was safe and then voted for her to leave. Once again, I feel I must point out that Jun, Dana, and Alison did the same thing! If that’s the sole point of him “lying” they can find, it’s simply rationalization. And that appears to be just the case as Justin goes on about how your word is all you have in the house and if you break that, you don’t have anything to offer. Oh please. Get off your freaking high horse. Jee, you too – as he goes on about the same issue.
Jee goes on about how great it is that they bounced back. They did a “360 turn.” Justin corrects him and notes that it’s a “180.” Robert chimes in that “none of those bastards have ever done that.” Oh please. OK, it’s bad enough that you’re singing your own praises. But you have to call them “bastards” too? Get over yourself!
Erika is talking to Alison, lying on the couch. Alison says it’s going to make her throw up. She’s all emotional, etc. But in the Diary Room, she says Nathan is the biggest freaking baby. “And I’m safe, so who cares right now.” Nice. Two-faced bitch.
Erika tells us that Nathan feels really betrayed because he saved Alison and now he’s in this position. She goes to talk to the two nominees outside and says she tried really hard to win HOH, though she’s not sure about Jack, who blew the first question that seemed to obviously be about Dana! In the Diary Room, Jack says it was the easiest question ever. To his pals, he jokes that he threw it so he could get on the block.
Nathan once again talks about how he saved Alison and they had a plan. But then the plan crumbled. She was supposed to take out Justin when she was HOH, but she didn’t stick to the plan.
Alison says that Nathan hasn’t spoken to her since the nomination ceremony. Jun chimes in, “of course not.” Oh shut up. Robert says he’s a baby and Jun says he’s not used to losing. In the Diary Room, Alison claims Nathan is making her mad now because he wouldn’t be in this position if he hadn’t saved her. Then she smirks and says maybe the dumbest move he made was indeed to save her. That’s fine – she’s still here. Two-faced bitch.
Nathan apologizes to Erika and Jack again. Now if David had still been around instead of her (he went because Nathan used the Veto), he would have stuck to the plan. Damn straight. Erika and Jack say it’s a moot point. Nathan says he never really regrets his decisions, but in this case he does. He notes that Alison is in with the Stooges just joking it up with them. Jack says it didn’t take long…
In the next segment, we find that Jee is strange. Yes, even stranger than we thought. He takes like ten minutes to brush his teeth as he brushes each tooth five times inside and out. He also takes forever in the shower and he washes each body part five times and counts while he’s doing it! He also has his clothes all packed in an incredibly neat manner. Jun says it’s because he needs that kind of control. Thank you, Dr. Jun.
Moving back to The Two-Faced Bitch Show, Alison and Nathan are sitting outside and Alison says, “Don’t you just love me sometimes?” I would have said, “No, I just want to smack you upside the head sometimes, though.” However, Nathan responds, “No. ‘Cause you got me in this damn predicament.” Alison claims he was in it with or without him and he says no, he wasn’t. She says she can’t believe he’s blaming her. Believe it, two-face. She tells him that one of them could still win Veto and he should open his eyes. He says they’re open and (to me, anyway) implies that with them so open, he can see her for what she is. Yeah, it’s a lot to get out of a couple words, I know.
In the Diary Room, Alison gleefully says she has “no remorse” for getting rid of Dana last week – Dana was after her and now she’s safe. So “Nathan can kiss my ass.” How nice. Nathan, in the Diary Room himself, says he’s not counting on Alison at all. He’s just hoping to win the Veto himself.
The next segment has several of the HouseGuests talking about how much they miss the news. What’s going on in Iraq? What happened with Sammy Sosa? This leads to Erika starting to talk about Kobe Bryant as both she and Nathan talk about how great he is, how much of a family man he is, how he is classy and handles himself well, loves his wife, etc. Oooh, irony. Actually, it is kind of funny, in a sick way.1 2 3 Next-->
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