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Big Brother 4, August 20: The Two StoogesPage 2
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But Rob only has one woman who has his heart, Elena. Awww. She says a bunch of cute things about him. She misses him most when she watches the show. Natasha notes that Erika is, aside from herself, the only real relationship Nathan has ever had. She’s sure he still has feelings for Erika because of that, and it’s certainly been hurtful for him to have her there. Natasha is not happy Erika nominated him, but she knows she didn’t have a choice.
Speaking of Erika, we cut to her in the HOH room with Julie ready to interrogate her. Julie notes that Erika had said in the past that being HOH could put a big target on your back. Did she purposely throw earlier competitions and wait ‘til now? Well, Erika hems and haws, she knew coming in that she would have to win a competition when she felt targeted. That was the case last week, so there was no way anybody could get her out of that cage. She didn’t purposely lose other competitions, but she says she had people’s backs so if they didn’t win, she was right there behind with second or third. Uh huh. Sure sounds like she threw them on purpose to me.
Moving on, Julie wonders if there is any circumstance that would cause her to betray Jack? Erika says she’s been toying with that for a few weeks. She doesn’t think she can betray him.
Now that she has made up with Robert, is it safe to say that the two of them will be friends outside the house? Erika doesn’t know if she’d go that far, but it’s never good to have an enemy or carry anger. It felt good to make up. So, inside the house, at least, can she trust him? It’s war, Erika says. Neither of their strategy will change, so no.
Time for the next vote. Jee has to choose between his pals. It’s an extremely tough day, he says, because he has to cast a vote against one of his teammates and friends. He notes that Justin can be used as a shield for himself, as others would aim for Justin. So he votes to evict Robert. Hmmm.
Speaking of Jee and the other two, it’s time for a look back at the Three Stooges, now about to become Two. We see numerous clips of them and hear from them as well. Robert says they truly became like brothers. Jee says the best thing was meeting them. Justin is surprised he became such good friends with them – he never thought something like this would happen. He says it’s good to see people who have the same fire inside that he has. Jee is very sad that the dream team will be separated this week. They have an awesome connection. Rob, always good for a hyperbolic statement, says their alliance is like nobody else has ever had in the history of the game (oh please). Rob feels like a better person because he met Jee and Justin. They are going to be friends for life. Jee feels terrible that he’s safe this week while other two are on the block. Justin says friendship with those two is more important than half a million dollars. Rob says it’s destiny that they met, they are friends for life, etc. OK, enough already!
Time for Julie to get final words from Justin and Robert. Justin says it’s been great playing this crazy game with all of them. He will remember each of them for a long time and feels very fortunate to have played with such amazing alliances and against such worthy opponents. Robert thanks Erika for making up and also thanks the two HouseGuests with whom he will have a friendship for the rest of his life.
The final two voters are Jun and Alison. Jun says it’s definitely time to break up their alliance (as if she has a choice at this point, since both nominees are in that alliance!). They are playing well and basically survived until now because other people were bigger targets (wait, isn’t that her strategy?). She says Rob might just sneak into finals and that has to be stopped! No official vote shown from her, though.
Alison doesn’t trust Robert. He’s a manipulator. And what’s worse – he’s fidgety! Having Justin around is like a security blanket and she thinks he wouldn’t go deliberately after me. Again, no vote shown.
Before we find out who is evicted, we check in on the two who have already lost the vote and are sitting around the sequester house. We are told that the jury will still keep some tabs on former HouseGuests – but they won’t see anything that betrays confidences or any Diary Room entries. First we see Dana playing around in a nice little paradise. There’s a pool, drinks, sunning, beach, etc. But she’s waiting for people to join her and hopes it gets better as others start arriving. She doesn’t know who is coming ‘til he walks in the door. It’s… Nathan! She laughs! She is happy to see Nathan, though she didn’t think she would be. Nathan had mixed feelings, but he says they will get along fine. She is not surprised to see him, as she knew he wouldn’t be too far behind her. They watch the HOH competition that Justin won (before Nathan was booted). Dana says she misses Justin a lot more than she thought she would, but at the same time she’s glad he’s still in the game. Yeah, hold that thought. As Alison is shown on TV, Nathan makes a face. He says he felt betrayed by her and hopes see her next (don’t count on it). Dana tells Nathan he should have listened to her about Alison!
OK, it’s finally time to find out who is evicted. It seemed obvious for pretty much the entire week that it would be Justin, but would Alison and Jun change their minds?
By a vote of three to one, Justin is evicted. Hugs and kisses all around. After Justin leaves, Erika and Alison are hugging, while Alison is all tears. Oh please.<--Previous 1 2 3 Next-->
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