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Big Brother 4, August 12: The Two-Faced Bitch ShowPage 2
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From dirty secrets we move to Justin’s dirty laundry. He wears the same shorts all the time and only washes ‘em every couple weeks or so. They are nasty, stinky, horrible. Hey, wait – doesn’t the HOH get laundry service? No matter, it’s a lead-in to the next luxury challenge.
Justin comes in to show people what they will be wearing – one-piece bathing suits for the women, and little tiny short suits for the guys. One minute to change! Guys walk out without much left to the imagination. They walk out to the yard and see a big hose hanging over them. They are told that there is a letter hidden on the inside of a patch inside each bathing suit. They have to take off their suits and use those letters to spell out a word on a clothes line hanging above them. The word it spells will be the prize. They have five minutes. Oh, and so they aren’t just standing around completely naked, they will have tons of bubble foam from the hose to cover themselves with.
As the foam pours down, they start to cover themselves so they can take off their suits and hang them up. Jack forgets to get clothes pins before he takes off his suit. So he just stands up, not worrying about the foam coverage. Later in the Diary Room he says, “I felt safe standing up out there because I knew nobody was looking at me.” Heh.
Nathan says as he stands up, to the right is Ali, naked, straight ahead is Jun shaking her thing, and then there is Erika! Jack says, “The goal of the competition is to look at three naked women, and I succeeded.” Heh again.
They spell out “laundry,” which wins them fluff and fold laundry service.
Nathan says he thought he was in heaven. Jack says he goosed Jun. And we see them all load up their dirty laundry. Jee does note that even though the laundry service folds it for them, he’ll have to refold it the way he likes it. Alison says the house will smell better ‘cus “Justin won’t smell like dirty socks.” I thought it was dirty shorts? Whatever, the segment is over so we can move on.
Hey, the HouseGuests get Subway this week! It’s so healthy! Jack says, “Hooray damn hell for that!” Expect to see that as their new logo coming soon.
Then we find out (as if it’s a surprise) that everybody is always walking around half-naked. Jun cooks in her bikini, which Jack says is good for morale. Plus, depending on what view you have, she may or may not be all the way in her bikini. You know, if Jack leaves, where the hell are they gonna find somebody to take his place in the one-liner category?!
This leads to a discussion of who has the least fashion sense. The consensus seems to be that she has the worst fashion sense in the house – except, of course, that she thinks she has the best. It’s not trendy, she admits, as we see stuff like lime green shiny pants! Then we move on to the pink hat that Jun says makes her look like a man. Even Nathan says it’s got to go. She says it’s her lucky pink hat that gets rid of all evil-doers. Cut to a shot of Robert with spooky music in the background. Score one for the editors! Then we move on to the pink boots, which she says are her favorite article of clothing. She wants to look like J-Lo and to be J-Lo.
Next, the HouseGuests are given the game Quoridor for a future competition. You have to try to get to your opponent’s side of the board by moving your piece or putting up a wall to block an opponent. Justin turns out to be good at the game, Jack says he’s smart and always two or three moves ahead. Jee compares it to Big Brother in that you campaign and tell others what to do and how to do it. Nathan tells Jack that if the Veto competition is Quoridor, they’re screwed – Justin always wins.
Getting back to The Two-Faced Bitch Show, Alison whines to Nathan that now that he’s on the block, “You’re kinda just like piss on Alison.” He says that’s not the case. He asks what she expects. She says she was there and was frustrated too. He says he never would have suspected that she would go behind his back and make a deal with the Stooges. She says, with a pout, that she isn’t doing that. Oh please. In the Diary Room she smiles brightly and says of course she’s playing both sides! Two-faced bitch. Back with Nathan, she says he’s the only one she cares about in this whole house. She can still win Veto and take him off the block. Yeah, right.
Justin and the Stooges talk about how they will gang up on Nathan to make sure he doesn’t win. They play and practice with each one being Nathan so he won’t win. Nathan decides he’s not going to practice because he won the two he didn’t practice for.
Guess what? Quoridor is the next Veto competition! There are two games with four players each, then a head-to-head with the winners. The first group (randomly drawn) has Nathan, Justin, Jun, and Robert. The other three gang up on Nathan almost from the get-go and he obviously doesn’t win. Robert does. The second group has Jack, Erika, Jee, and Alison. Once again, it turns out to be three against one as even Erika allows Jee to tell her what to do in order to block Jack – after all, if he wins Veto, he will take himself off and that means she will be on the block instead! Nathan tries to help Alison win, and she gets pissy about it. Jee wins. (I was, frankly, surprised to see that not only could players help each other out, but even those watching the game could as well. It turns the game from one of pure strategy to one involving the alliances in the house, as even without playing, Justin could direct the action.)<--Previous 1 2 3 Next-->
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