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Big Brother 4, August 27: Jee Finally LosesPage 2
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We see Alison under the sheets with Justin, and Donny notes that in the back of his mind, he doesn’t know exactly what went on.
Still, when she cries it makes him feel good, but he knows she’s crying because she knows she screwed up. When she gets out of the house, the first thing he plans to do is scream, moan, etc. for about an hour until his voice gives out. In a way he still loves her very much. (WHY?!) Her parents think the relationship will survive Big Brother 4, but they don’t know how long it will last afterwards. (I get the impression that they are blaming Donny for this somehow.) Donny says if their relationship survives this, it will make them stronger, but the odds are such that he wouldn’t take them in Vegas. Heh.
Going back live, Julie talks to Jee in the HOH room. Does he have any regrets for subjecting the HouseGuests to PB&J? He says he feels guilty in that he didn’t want to put them in that situation, but at same time, it was a strategic move on his part. You have to do what you have to do and you can’t look back.
So what was he thinking when he won McDonalds? At that point, he says, if Erika or Robert were still in contention, he would have given up. With Jack there, he had to make him suffer in case he sticks around, which is what Jee wanted. He didn’t want Jack to be in good shape for the HOH competition... if he stays. But, Jee adds, he’s expecting the worst – for Erika to stay.
If he makes it to final two, who does he want to be up against? Jee says it would be great to take Robert there because they have worked together. But at the same time, he would be lying if he said he didn’t want Alison or Jun because he has a better chance against them. So he’s not sure if can beat Rob? Jee says he still believes he can beat Rob, but it’s a slam dunk against Jun or Alison.
Before we can get to the vote, it’s time to visit the jury house. We see Nathan and Dana jetskiing, surfing, hanging out on beach, etc. Nathan has a little goatee going. They wonder who will be arriving next and Nathan says wouldn’t mind seeing Ali for some snuggling. Ack! Well, there will be snuggling, but not for Nathan – Justin joins them! Dana is quite happy to see him. They watch the nomination together and Dana is annoyed just to hear Alison’s voice. Nathan says you can’t believe what she says. (Took you long enough to figure that one out!) Then Nathan lets “the lovebirds” hang by themselves some. He figures he’ll be on his own a lot ‘til the next HouseGuest joins them. We close out with Justin saying that seeing Dana was much more than thought it would be – he’ll probably be sleeping in Dana’s room.
So it’s time for the live vote! Well, first the two nominees can give their final speeches. Erika says she had a great time with all of them, she’d love to stay, and they know where her loyalties lie – a nice way to handle it, since anybody who she’s talked to can figure that she’s talking about them! Jack says he has enjoyed being friends with all of them. For the three who will vote, he knows they’ll make a decision strategically that’s best for them and so he places himself in their hands.
Robert is up first to vote. “I vote to evict Erika.”
Jun is next. This will tell the tale since I’m sure she and Alison will be voting the same way – I’m just not sure which way that is! “I vote to evict Jack.” Damn.
Alison heads toward the Diary Room to vote as Julie wonders to us, “Which one of her numerous alliances will she honor?” Heh. “I vote to evict Jack.” Damn.
So by a vote of two to one, Jack is evicted, and I’m saddened. No more of Jack’s wit! As they head to the door, Erika whispers something to Jack about Alison, but I didn’t catch it. Hugs all around, as usual.
After Jack leaves, Rob hugs Erika and tells the women that it was a smart move, and he would have done the same thing. They had to do it. Jee admits it was the best thing for them. And, frankly, he’s right.
Jack sits down to talk to Julie. She notes that he failed to win a single competition! Did he throw them? No. Well, one – the veto of the Quoridor game. He says he was set up with the alliance such that he would throw that and stay.
Julie says his wife (actually ex-wife) was convinced he was throwing all the competitions, but no. He wasn’t. So, what was his strategy? From the beginning, he realized that he was much older, and so wanted to be a parent figure. He thought it better to lie low and not be arrogant or give orders or be the parent who is trying to tell people what to do. (A number of Survivor contestants could learn this lesson!)
Does he regret not taking the offer for the last veto? Yes, he does now. He had gotten assurances he would be staying and he didn’t want to put Robert in the position of having to eat the PB&J he so hates since Robert was the one who said he would be okay. He was in it to win it, but the strategy was not to go for it because he thought he was safe. So, was this harder than the FBI? This was tough, he says. He jokes that he and Erika were going to be in jury house saying, “these kids don’t know how to play this game.” Heh.
Time for goodbyes from everybody. Rob says Jack was his favorite opponent. Alison will miss his humor, his wittiness, and his smile in morning (this from a woman who was going around calling him a pervert just a couple days ago!). Jee says he fought a great fight, and he played with professionalism and coolness. Jun says she was glad he was in the house with her and hopefully they can continue their less than tasteful jokes on the outside. Erika called him a surrogate father figure and says she learned so much from him, especially who shot Kennedy.<--Previous 1 2 3 Next-->
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