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Big Brother 4, The Finale: The Lesser of Two EvilsPage 2
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Nathan says hello and gets a big fake smile from Alison. Ick. He says she kept a secret from him when he Vetoed her about her and Justin having an alliance. Why? What an idiotic question. Anyway, Alison says she didn’t think his knowledge of that alliance would help her – it would have hurt her. He wouldn’t have wanted to be partners. Nathan agrees that this is true. OK, then why did you ask the question?! He moves on and asks Jun why she jumped with Dana to the Exes instead of staying with the Originals. She says she knew Dana was pretty set on jumping and if she didn’t go with her, she felt she would be standing alone and vulnerable. The Dark Side was strong, Nathan and Alison were strong, she wasn’t sure what else she could do.
Justin’s next, asking Alison what her most dishonest moment was. Jeez, this could take a while for her to sort through them all! But she picks one and goes with it, saying that when she joined with Jee and Rob, they wanted her to vote out Erika and keep Jack, but she felt that would not have made her safe and was actually dangerous to her standing. She says she sort of warned them but in the end she lied. Jeez, that was her most dishonest moment?! So then I guess her boyfriend should know that her flirting and making out with Nathan was less dishonest than that. I’m sure he’ll be thrilled. Anyway, Justin then asks Jun if cooking was part of her strategy. She says she did use the kitchen as part of her strategy. Eating habits tell a lot about people, she says, and she could also custom prepare meals for people who had picky eating habits, thus getting her in good with them. She also used the kitchen as a vantage point to watch people come and go.
Jack asks Alison, during the week she was HOH, why did she lie about nominating Justin (they thought she would, but she didn’t). She says she didn’t want them to know she had an alliance with Justin. Seems simple enough. He says to Jun that he was in an alliance with her, so at what point did she decide to evict him? Jun says she never had an official alliance with him – it was more unspoken. (I guess she wanted a signed contract like the one she has with Satan to sell her soul.) She says she felt she was better off with Alison and also felt that he was throwing competitions.
Jee asks Alison if she feels she has been honorable in the game. She says there were times when she was honorable and times when she wasn’t. (Sure. About one minute total of the first, and the rest falls into the second.) She says she had to lie to move further in the game, which was why she came here. He then asks Jun what makes her more deserving? She says she hates to say this, but she did not use the (ahem) powers of persuasion that Alison did. Did not kiss people or crawl into bed with them or the like. Alison does not look happy at this answer, but the jury members are laughing it up. She ends by saying maybe she was more honest and honorable.
Erika says to Alison that Alison said she could not vote for somebody who told her she was safe and then voted her out. So how Alison expect Erika to vote for her? Alison says that even Erika admitted while she was there that she rode on Alison’s coattails. If she had not voted her out, she would have been handing her the entire game. (Which is true – Erika would have won easily.) She says she worked really hard and feels like she’s not getting any credit. Awww. Poor Alison. Moving on, Erika asks Jun if personally attacking everybody was part of a strategy or if she really feels that way. Jun says part of dealing with stresses is finding humor in things. What she finds funny is to make personal attacks. She says when she sees the tapes, she’s sure she’ll see other people saying bad things about her too. Erika and Rob say that was a horrible answer, and they’re absolutely right.
Rob is next, switching the order and asking Jun a question first. He wonders if she planned to stick to any alliance or did she plan to float all along. She says that coming in, she knew eight people was too large an alliance (absolutely correct). She knew her alliance with Dana would be short-lived (the impression I get here is that she knew Dana was not long for the house). When she joined the Dream Team (funny how she doesn’t call them the Stooges) she knew that would be short-lived as well because she was the last one in (also correct). Rob asks Alison how long she and Jun were in an alliance and how they kept it together. She says she asked Jun when Nathan was “taken” from her. Oh please. Taken?! She then says that she proved herself superior to Jun intellectually, physically, psychologically, etc. and thought that she therefore had a good chance against her at the end. Rob nods and calls it a good answer.
The two women get to make some final statements. Jun says both of them are strong women and she had to make choices about who to hurt and who to leave alone each week. She hopes the jury looks at the differences between their games and votes for her.
Alison says that before they cast that vote, they should ask themselves what a player is. There is a major difference between them. Alison says she won competitions, Jun didn’t. For five out of the ten weeks, she made it impossible for herself to be evicted.
After the link between the jury and finalists is cut, Jun says Erika seemed a little upset. She can’t understand what Erika is talking about – she did it to everybody and everybody else did as well. Alison snidely says that no, not everybody did. Uh, okay, maybe not Michelle and Amanda and Dave, but I sure hope Alison isn’t implying that she wasn’t like that!<--Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next-->
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