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Big Brother 4, August 13: The Live Eviction VotePage 3
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Time to vote! One at a time, they enter the Diary Room and cast their vote. Once all have voted, Julie will reveal the result.
Robert is first and this will pretty much tell us the end result right here. He votes to evict Nathan. Jee follows and Julie, trying to keep us interested even though we know how it ends now, wonders aloud if it’s safe to assume that Jee will vote the same way as Robert. The answer is a resounding “Yes!” as he votes to evict Nathan.
Next up is Alison, who also votes to evict Nathan. So now Nathan has lost, but there are two more votes. Desperate to keep us from heading to the fridge for a snack, Julie wonders if Jun or Erika will toss a sympathy vote Nathan’s way. Jun doesn’t. Neither does Erika. So it’s unanimous! Jack and his one-liners will stay, so there is hope for some continued entertainment!
Julie lets the HouseGuests know the results. Five to zero, Nathan is gone. There are some quick hugs and a goodbye to Nathan. Lots of silence in the house after he leaves.
When he meets up with Julie Chen and gets himself seated, he says that it has been quite the experience. He made a run and has no regrets. Julie notes that not even Alison gave him a sympathy vote. Well, Nathan says he knows she’s a smart player and has to go with the majority to better self in game. He understands.
Yeah, but Julie wonders if he can respect the way she’s playing the game? Yes, but he’s disappointed in her. She’s playing a great game, you can’t take it personally. So, does he plan on being friends outside the house? Yeah. He doesn’t know if he would make the trip to visit her in Pennsylvania, but they’ll stay in touch.
Moving on, Julie says that he campaigned hard to stay in house. Would he have honored any of those deals? He says he would indeed have run with the three amigos for a little while. He was offering the deal hoping that Alison or Erika would win HOH and he wouldn’t actually have to honor it. Basically, he hoped to get by this week and move on from there. But he also wanted to leave the house as a trustworthy person and he thinks he did.
Julie finishes the interview by asking about the most important thing he learned. Then she answers her own question by saying, “Not to trust Alison.” Heh. Nathan says the answer is not to burn bridges.
Time for the taped goodbye messages. Jun says he was her eye candy and she will be sorry to see him go. Justin says Nathan’s proposal on staying in the house was attractive and he really wanted do it, but he is only one of four and the others weren’t convinced. Very smart move, Justin. Since Nathan is going to be sequestered, the last thing he will hear from Justin for a while is essentially, “I trusted you and wanted to keep you around, but it was those other guys who sent you packing.”
Jee remembers their joking around. He says the gay jokes were not too funny but he knows Nathan is secure. Jack says he has friendship, admiration, and respect for Nathan. Alison thanks him for saving her and claims she feels responsible for where he is now on the outside. She didn’t get a chance to tell him how handsome he was because it would be too much of an ego trip for him, but she does now. Another strategic move on her part, though a bit transparent, in my opinion.
Julie tells Nathan that he will now join Dana in the sequester house. Nathan screams and tries to run, but CBS guards jump him and drag him off, kicking and screaming. OK, not really, but you know that’s what he was thinking about – trying to make a break for it so he’s not cooped up with Dana!
So now it’s time for the HOH competition. Julie says the Stooges have been savoring their power (there’s an understatement!). The last three evicted have all been part of the original Elite 8 alliance. So this HOH is critical. How badly do they want it? We’ll find out.
The HouseGuests head to the backyard, where they find three big steel cages. Jun says they’re going to cage dance. Jee thinks they will give him lapdances. Um. No.
Julie says this competition is called Steel Cage Match. They all have to go into the larger cage (except Justin, of course). Justin locks them in as they all have to face outward. It’s a fairly tight fit in the cage. The objective, Julie says, is to work your way through all three cages. Each cage is smaller than last. The second cage only holds four, and the third only two. The winner will be person who stays in last cage the longest. No eating, sleeping, drinking, etc. If their feet touch the ground beneath the cage, they are out.
Because Julie didn’t explain the rules very well, the HouseGuests start to ask when they get to move to the next cage, as JC explained. And she did make it sound like they would have to work their way into the cage, somehow. But they eventually figure out that they move on when two people drop out. Jee says he should have gone to the bathroom. Jack says it’s hot under the lights.
We’ll check back with them in a minute, but first, it’s time for America’s Choice. Who do you want to see get a letter from home? Personally, I’d like to see Alison get a “Dear John” letter from her “boyfriend.” But that’s just me.
OK, so how are they doing a few minutes later? All are still in. Jack has to bend over while the shorter people, like Jun, can stand straight up. There is not much talking, just concentrating. Oh, how exciting. Jun says it’s so funny. Ali says they will be there all night. Jee jokes that the food competition better not be at 8 am tomorrow!
With that, we leave the episode. Julie tells us that we won’t have our regular Friday episode, but will have a special edition on Saturday at 8/7 Central. Tune in then to find out who is the HOH and who they nominate. Or you can find out all the answers before then at our spoiler page and in our live feed highlight columns.
Next Wednesday, of course, features another live eviction. Ah, but now there’s going to be a new twist on the game. Hmmm…
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