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Big Brother 4, August 12: The Two-Faced Bitch ShowPage 3
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In the head-to-head competition, it really doesn’t matter if Jee or Robert wins, so they have fun. Robert ends up winning his second Veto in a row. He goes on, in the Diary Room, about how they don’t owe anybody anything and it’s great revenge. The others all wanted them out from the beginning, the others all lied to them, so every one of them they take out is great. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Then the three of them talk about how great they are. Robert says they are going to be remembered in this game. I’ve said it before, I’ll probably say it again – get over yourselves!
Jee, talking to Robert and Alison, says that although Nathan was pissed about the Veto competition results, that’s the way it was in that game, fair or not. Alison tells the two of them that if they keep Nathan around, he claims he wouldn’t put up the Stooges, but instead would put up Erika and Jun. The guys say that he came to them with the same offer. She actually lobbies a bit on his side, saying she thinks he would stick to his word. She’s still a two-faced bitch.
As if to prove that, Nathan and Alison are in bed together, talking. He says she’s a totally different person, which she of course denies. He wishes her good luck in life and she asks if this is the poor pity Nate party. She then goes on to say that at home he lives a fantasy – he’s little Mr. Perfect Nate and when things don’t go the way he planned he blames her. In the Diary Room, it’s obvious that he knows exactly what she’s doing as he says she is trying to turn it around on him and say he shouldn’t be disappointed in her. She sold him out and used him. He thought they were tighter than that. Back to the bedroom, he mutters that he’s sorry he bothered, leaves the bed, and tells her not to come to him if she ever needs help again. Ouch. Take that, two-faced bitch!
She replies that she doesn’t know why he insists on acting so childish, especially to his “only friend.” He responds sarcastically and she says she was his only friend at one point. He asks what happened. She replies that he decided that he didn’t need her! (My emphasis to point out the hypocrisy.) He says he never decided that, she did. No, she says, he did. Nyah nyah! I’m rubber, you’re glue! He replies that her actions speak louder than words.
Nathan tries to lobby Jun to say that the best move for the Stooges is to have Robert Veto Jack and put up Alison against him. Jun jumps up to tell the Stooges about it, and Nathan gives us at home the thumbs-up. In the HOH room, Jun presents her idea, noting that Nathan didn’t request that he pull himself off, but Jack. Robert says Alison doesn’t understand the game at all and should have no part in the game. Privately, he says she is the biggest liar in the house and he could send a message using the Veto.
Everybody talks about how you never know. Nathan gives it a 70% shot that Robert might use the Veto on Jack to put up Alison. Jack gives the first speech, saying that Veto is a powerful tool in a complicated game. If he benefits, he welcomes it, if not, he understands. Justin privately says Jack is very well-spoken, doesn’t piss people off, but instead you respect him for what he says. Er, wasn’t he just calling the guy a liar earlier?
Nathan says he knows Robert has his decision in mind, it’s a game, and he respects the way Robert plays.
Robert says it’s nothing personal, he loves ‘em both and they are the two best players, but for his own purpose in the game, if either is evicted, it will help him, so he will not using the Veto. Privately, Erika says she thinks Robert was just kissing up in saying those things.
As we end the episode, Jack says he thinks he’s safe, but you never know. Nathan says he’ll give it one more shot and see what happens.
So what will happen? Well, the eviction votes are live Wednesday night, so the lobbying and campaigning could be going on right ‘til the very end. It seems obvious that Nathan is going, but you just never know…
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