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Big Brother 4, September 3: Alliance of MistrustPage 2
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Alison says she doesn’t believe a word he says either. She would even go so far as to doubt that his name is “Robert.” If that had come from anybody but Alison, that would have earned a “Heh.” Erika discusses that she hopes Rob is lying for a strategic reason and doesn’t have some sort of problem. Alison notes that he lies about dumb things, so of course he would lie about the game.
We now go back live so Julie can talk to Jun. Julie says she has been a master of balancing several secret alliances, including one with Jee. But she’s declared that one now over. Jun nods in agreement. She says that alliance was to get her far enough along in the game so she didn’t need his help any further and she wouldn’t have to help him anymore because he has his own alliances. She doesn’t need him in the house now – he’s a threat. Julie asks if Jun has clued in Jee to the fact that it’s over, and Jun says Jee thinks she’s still on his side and will somehow keep him in the house – but that’s not happening. Julie laughs and says that even though Jun nominated him, Jee thinks it’s all part of some master plan. Jun says that Jee is still naïve and thinks that she still has some nurturing feelings toward him. But she wants him out. Still, he’s a potential vote if Jun is in the finals, so she needs to be nice. Julie says, “Oh, it is a fine balancing act.” Thank you, Ms. Strategy.
How concerned was Jun that Jee or Robert might win Veto? Jun says that Jee isn’t really interested in mainstream pop culture, so he would have no idea and she wasn’t worried. Rob can’t sit down and watch anything for more than five minutes, so she wasn’t worried about him either. Ouch.
So who does Jun trust more right now, Alison or Erika? Jun wisely says she doesn’t trust either of them, but she thinks Alison wants to go with her to the finals rather than with Erika, so it’s kind of an “alliance of mistrust.” She does think her alliance with Alison will take her to the end – she would love to go up against Alison in the end, because she knows that Alison has many enemies both inside and outside the house.
Before we can find out what’s going on with Alison and the veto, it’s time to check in with the Jury House. Justin says that being sequestered has been a treat – we see him and Dana making out in the pool. He says the relationship has progressed well. She says they’ve been in the pool quite a bit, but she feels bad that Nathan is a third wheel. It’s cool that he’s given them some space, though. Nathan shares that he asked Justin to go run and Justin said that he already got in his cardio for the day. Gosh, I wonder what he might mean!
Time for the three to find out who is next to join them. Nathan was hoping it would be Alison so he could have his own snugglebunny. Nope, it’s Jack – I don’t think that will work out well as far as snuggling. Nathan says he was very surprised to see Jack. But not as surprised as Jack is as he’s reading by the pool and the other three sneak up on him to bombard him with water balloons. Justin nails him once in the head, but Jack says only two of the balloons hit him, which is typical of how they competed in the BB house.
Finally, time for the live Veto meeting. So, Alison, what are you going to do, and why? Alison stands up and says she is part of a team of two – er, three – very strong women (she actually makes that slip, I’m not just inserting an opinion of my own here). She wants to prove how much they trust each other, so she has decided not to use the power of veto… on Jee. But she’ll use it on herself. It was a valiant attempt to fool us, and it apparently worked on Julie Chen, as she says that Alison made people’s hearts leap both in the house and on the staff. On the staff? Why?
Anyway, Jun now has to put somebody up in Alison’s place. She says everybody knew why she put Alison up, so they won’t be surprised to know that Robert takes Alison’s place on the block.
Julie asks how he feels, and he says he expected it so he’s okay.
Must be time for them to make their final pleas! Jee first: It’s been a long uphill battle for all of them. He says he’s honored to have made it this far against worthy opponents like them. (Damn! He just blew out my BS detector. Now I’ll have to get another one – one with a higher tolerance.) He only requests that they not give him a sad goodbye when he is voted out because his true grand prize waits at home. Awww. He quickly adds that he’d still like to stay, but if not, that’s cool. Robert says that he trusts the others will make the right decision. Whatever that may be, he’s fine with it. He also says they are all strong players. That’s about it.
Time to vote. Alison heads to the Diary Room and says, “I vote to evict Jee.” No surprise there. Erika next. “I vote to evict Jee.” No surprise there either.
So, by a score of two to nothing, Jee is gone. They escort him to the door as the women kiss up to him and tell him he was a strong player. Hugs all around and he’s gone!<--Previous 1 2 3 Next-->
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