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Big Brother 4, The Finale: The Lesser of Two EvilsPage 4
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Rob says the thing with Alison that surprised him was that she talked so much in the Diary Room and said personal stuff about his family and daughter. Justin says she must really want the money, but if you don’t care what others think, that’s it. Jack says it was always a game. He will talk to both women and congratulate them. Well, that makes one person.
Now all ten are brought out to be with Julie. She says to Dana that Dana had said previously that it was a bonus meeting Justin. Now that they are both out, is there a romantic future? Dana says they don’t talk about it, they just take it day by day and enjoy each other’s company. Justin, how do you feel about it? The same wsay. He says the sky’s the limit once they’re out, and they are compatible, but geography works against them. Julie wishes them luck.
Julie says that Michelle had said she would never speak to David again. Will that hold true? Well, Michelle says she already has. (Yes, we know, we saw it just a few minutes ago.) She says it’s hard not to when he is there next to her. She says it’s a little awkward but she dealt with it. (By bitching and moaning about how disgusted she was…) What about beyond this? If he’s lucky, she says. Dave retorts that it’s really if she is lucky. You tell her, Dave!
The next couple under scrutiny is Rob and Erika. Julie says that while they were in the house, Rob said he wanted to be friends with Erika on the outside. Does that still hold? Yes. Just friends? Yes. Erika nods vigorously at the second answer.
So, will Amanda be moving to California to pursue David? No. David fake screams in anguish. He then says there is no reason she should change her life.
Julie asks Nathan if he will speak to Alison again. No. Really? Well, we’ll see. She says he seems to have a forgiving heart. He says he can forgive some things, but some of the stuff she said in the Diary Room was unforgivable. Yeah, right. He’ll be chatting with her once a week, just you wait and see.
Jee, do you forgive Erika? He says he already has. She spoke out of anger and he hopes she learned from the mistake.
Jack, will the FBI take you back? He says they’ll never want him back, especially after he was a strawberry.
It’s finally time to trek on into the house with the voting box. They ring the doorbell. Ding dong. And the two ding dongs answer the door. They chit chat to an awkward moment of silence while waiting for official word to start.
Dana votes first, but my idiotic local channel kept on going with a local bit rather than cutting back to the show on time. Luckily, Sting7’s local channel was operated by people rather than untrained monkeys, so I can still tell you what happened. Dana says she lost a lot of respect for both of them after watching the tapes (yeah, like she had any for Alison to begin with). But they did make it to the end. She’s going to choose the lesser of two evils and bring it back to New York. She votes for Jun.
Justin is next, saying he is disappointed in the way both played, but he’d rather be stabbed in the front than the back. He votes for Jun.
Nathan is also disappointed, saying he expected comments like those in the Diary Room from Jun, not from Alison (which only goes to show how much wool she pulled over his eyes). He votes for Alison. Nathan, Nathan, Nathan. She still has you under her spell, doesn’t she?
Jack votes for Jun. Huh?! He says she was absolutely the smartest player in house. Yeah, her and that “photogenic” memory. Ugh.
Jee congratulates them both. He says he has to give them credit because he wouldn’t have been able to sacrifice respect for others to win anything. Ouch – nice backhanded compliment there. He votes for Jun.
So at this point, Jun has already won. But they have to pretend it’s not over yet.
Here is a confusing vote. Erika says that she had said she would give it to the person who kicked her out. So she votes for Jun. Huh? Alison kicked her out. And I thought she had said previously she wouldn’t give a vote to the person who kicked her out! The only thing we (RNO writers) can think of is that perhaps “the vote” is not the “it” in question. Maybe she’s “giving it to her” in a way more reminiscent of giving her the finger or screwing her.
Rob also votes for Jun to win.
So it’s a landslide! Jun wins it 6-1! So there is cheering and congratulations all around and… wait. Silence. You can practically hear crickets chirping. Even Julie says it’s awfully quiet in there. Nobody is leaping up to congratulate Jun. Nobody seems to care.
To break the silence, Julie says Jun’s ex, Bob, is waiting outside. And for Alison, her mom and dad (no boyfriend, what a shock). They run to the door and Alison congratulates Jun on the way out. Alison hugs her mom and dad while Jun hugs Bob. Awww. A male voice says he’s so proud of her, but I can’t tell if it’s Bob or Alison’s dad. If the latter, ew! Proud of her?! Ick. The other HouseGuests are just kind of standing around.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next-->
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