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Big Brother 4, August 23: The Lone GunmanPage 3
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What would they say if she were to offer the Power of Veto right now? Erika, Jack, and Robert all immediately say, “Yes!” Jee wonders, “What’s the catch?” Smart guy, that Jee. If you take it, everyone in the house except him will be on PB&J diet until the end of the game! That’s more than a month. Whoa.
Jun laughs. Erika wonders about it. Alison and Robert consider it privately.
Jee says he couldn’t put people through that for a whole month. Jack declines. Robert says no. Jun turns it down. Erika won’t accept it. Alison doesn’t either. Why not? She wouldn’t want to put people through that and be the only one eating – it’s wrong. (Oh, like she is suddenly concerned about what is wrong?!) She notes that she has to live with these people!
What about if they reduce the time so they only have to eat PB&J for two weeks? Alison immediately says no – she doesn’t want to deal with these people on PB&J for two weeks. Julie notes that Alison has been playing all sides against each other for weeks – is she sure that Jee wouldn’t object to seeing her leave? Alison says she’s not sure, but she is sure she doesn’t want to stay if they’re on PB&J for two weeks.
Same thing to Erika – she just evicted one of Jee’s best buddies. He might retaliate. Erika says she can’t think, she’s having an anxiety attack. Over to Jun, who Julie calls one of the two floaters. Jun says Jee might nominate her, but she doesn’t want the whole house to hate her for PB&J.
Next, to Robert. Nope, he won’t do it for two weeks either. Jack says no as well. He’d rather take his chances and see how the vote goes. All decline. Jee says he can’t be that selfish.
Julie gives Alison her final offer – one week of PB&J. Alison considers… Nope. Jack rejects the offer again. He doesn’t want it at that price. Jun says no – it’s her final answer. Robert says no, not even for a week. Jee… accepts!
Julie gathers the HouseGuests back in the living room and tells them that at least one of them has accepted the offer. So at midnight, everybody but the Veto winner will be on PB&J for a week. She’ll announce the winner a few hours after the nominations.
Robert gets pissed. He’s always hated PB&J. Jee figures he can’t have been the only one – certainly Jack and Erika should have wanted it as badly as he did (and he’s right – they should have!). Jee finds Rob out in the backyard. Inside, the other four discuss who it might have been. Not Robert. The others say it was not them. They figure out it was Jee.
Robert says Jee should put him up if it is two weeks (they don’t seem sure how long the PB&J sentence will last). Jee says he’s come too far to let one week get him down. Robert says who knows what they took! It might be two or more! Rob says whoever did it didn’t need it! He knows Erika didn’t do it. Maybe Jun? Inside, Jee says she doesn’t understand – he’s HOH, so what’s he worried about. Um… Let’s see. Last time he was HOH he nominated a target and a decoy, and the decoy was booted out from under him. He stood by and watched as Alison was later targeted by Dana but was Vetoed off the block. Gosh, I can’t begin to understand what Jee is worried about!
Erika notes that Robert is the most pissed-off. Alison gets Jee to admit it was him – and PB&J is just for a week. He tells Robert that he can be pissed off, but it’s a game and they needed to make sure. Alison chimes in that “we” had to get this Veto, so somebody like Erika didn’t. Robert says he’s not mad at Jee, just at Jun, who he still thinks also accepted it and might have done so for more than one week. Alison says they are all swearing that they did not accept. In that case, Robert decides it was a good move after all. So, just to get this straight. If somebody did it to support his team, it’s a good move. If somebody had done it to support their team, they’d be in the wrong. Yes, folks, the Sun does rise and fall with Robert.
In the kitchen, Jee admits that he took the offer for a week. Jun says of course he had to be honest – it’s gonna be revealed anyway! She later says that people are wondering why he took it. He tries to explain but she says that anybody who took it would know that they might be safe for this week, but next week they’d be a bigger target. Oh please. People are not going to alter their alliances and strategy because of one week of PB&J. Jee privately says he doesn’t like the fact that Jun put him on the spot in front of everybody else – she could have talked to him privately about it. In any event, he says he will suffer through the PB&J with them, even though he is exempt because he took the deal.
Erika privately notes that he must really want the nominations to stick and he’s willing to put the house through hell to do it.
Jun continues that Jee screwed himself by taking the deal. Erika says that Jee went from not being a target to being a target. Oh please. He should have been a target anyway – he would be much worse to go up against in the finals than somebody like Robert or Jun or Alison. Hell, if anything this might have tarnished his reputation to the point where he might be better off kept around, in case anybody holds a PB&J grudge and would vote against him in the final two!
I continue to maintain, as I did when we first found out about the twist and the nominations over the Live Feeds, that Jee made precisely the right decision.
So who will he nominate? Well, if you don’t know already, be sure to check the above article or our Big Brother 4 Spoiler Page to find out.
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