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Big Brother 4, August 13: The Live Eviction VotePage 2
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Moving away from the HouseGuests, Jack has already been up for eviction, so we don’t get to hear from his family again. But this is Nathan’s first time, so his mom and little sister Lindsey have some things to say.
Mom points out that Nathan grew up in a house full of a lot of girls (three). He was always getting in trouble, hiding animals, dolls, etc. She calls him a “little booger.” Awww. Lindsey says he is a great big brother. Mom says he has always been a stud. He attracts all the girls and was voted “most handsome” in high school. When she first heard the HouseGuests saying they thought Nathan was gay, it cracked her up.
So, what do they think about Alison? In the beginning, Mom notes, Alison and Nathan were very romantically involved (not if you believe Alison, who claims they weren’t – but then, you’d be a fool to believe anything from Alison). Then it turned into a brother/sister relationship. And now it’s pretty bad. To emphasize this point, we see Alison saying Nathan doesn’t smell appealing. Alison makes Nathan’s mom mad and she’s crushed that Ali turned on him. Lindsey adds that Alison pisses her off. At first she liked her, but now she’s gone too far.
Back into the house, Julie is talking to Justin in the HOH room. She notes that Justin was true to his word with Alison, so how long does he plan to honor their alliance? Justin says that’s a tough question. They’ve had an agreement since the second day in there, but a lot happened since then. The whole agreement was squashed at one point, but then she won HOH and didn’t put him up, so she gained some trust back. Who knows what will happen. If she gets HOH and saves him again, he says he’ll honor his word and still be true to her. But there is no telling what will happen, as she has been playing both sides and everybody is aware of that.
Julie says that when Justin gave his reasons for the nominations, he said Jack and Nate were lying. Can you play the game and not lie? “Absolutely,” says Justin. But that also doesn’t mean that something you said two weeks ago means the same thing as today. Hmmm. Are we going to hear Justin say that it depends on what “is” means. No, he says at one point you might have said you wouldn’t put somebody up, but then a week’s worth of activity happens and there are changes. Then if you put ‘em up, that was not a lie. Lying to somebody’s face is what they (the original alliance) did – everybody in America knew they were targeting the exes except for the exes themselves.
Julie wonders if anything can break up him, Rob, and Jee? Nothing. So if they were the final three, who would he evict? He doesn’t know. If it came down to just those three, he says it would be a heck of an accomplishment. They’d probably have to flip for it.
Next segment is time to focus on the women in the Big Brother house. We have Jun, Erika, and Alison – one does the cooking, one the cleaning, the other turned flirting into an art form. Julie Chen wonders: Could one of these three hold the key to victory?
Jun says she is queen of the kitchen and therefore of the house. Um, yeah. Erika is a nurturer. Ali is the flirt of the house. In various snippets, the guys say Jun is good in the kitchen and she says people like her more ‘cus she feeds them. Ali says Jun is a sneak – Jun agrees, but she’s a cute sneak.
Erika doesn’t talk much. She’s the big sister in the house. She does hair, makeup, and dresses Alison. Erika says she enjoys it but part of it is a strategy for people to like and trust her. Robert, meanwhile, says Erika doesn’t have a strategy – she just has Jack. However, we do see Erika strategizing a bit, saying she doesn’t want to win competitions because you can make yourself a target.
Alison says her strategy has been to use her feminine side since Day 1. Ah, so that’s a strategy. And here I just thought you were a slut. Oh, wait, I still do! Anyway, Erika says Ali is good, when she wants to manipulate somebody, she does it. Ali says she manipulates everybody. And it’s kind of fun. Jun says Alison is pushing back the women’s movement 40-50 years (yeah, ‘cus walking around in a skimpy bikini while cooking for the men is a really progressive thing to do!). Jun says Alison cries on cue. And Alison admits it. Jun says Erika also does it, but Jun cannot stand girls who cry all the time. Tears are really pointless, as Jun notes that they all know everybody in there is a cold hard competitor.
It’s time to hear from the nominees. The votes have not been cast yet, so they still have a chance to change minds and sway votes. Yeah, right. They’ve been lobbying for a week now, and what they say in the last 30 seconds is going to change everything?
Nathan says it’s been a long five weeks with many ups and downs. If he does happen to leave, each person should know he wants to be known as a loyal trustworthy person. If that means anything to save him now, great.
Jack says he is grateful for the opportunity to be there to compete in this fun and complicated game. The difficult thing is they have to evict people who have become close. He knows if he leaves, it will be strategic and not personal. He has the greatest fondness for all of them and would like to stay.<--Previous 1 2 3 Next-->
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