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Big Brother 4, September 5: Trust Is A Four-Letter WordPage 5
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Robert pulls Jun into the Head of Household Room to talk. He tells her his main goal is to get Alison out; Jun agrees and points out that if someone won and took Alison to the finals, the jury hates her so much that they’d think, “What a scumbag!” and it could be to their detriment. “I love what you said!” cries Robert. Jun reiterates to us that taking Alison to the finals could hurt her more than help her. Meanwhile, Alison and Erika play cards in the kitchen, and Alison - no, really, she does - hisses, “I can’t believe that f**king evil twisted bitch is in there!” Erika agrees that Jun’s trying to pit them against each other; she just didn’t realize how badly at first. “She’s already campaigning against me!” huffs St. Alison the Straightforward self-righteously. “You’re the only one I have an alliance to,” she assures Erika. I guess the one advantage Alison has is that if her nose grew bigger, how could you tell? She tells us she’s concerned because she thinks Erika can be swayed. Jun leaves the Head of Household Room, declaring, “Sigh, sigh, sigh,” as she makes her way across the living room; she enters the kitchen and giggles, “Good morning!” to Alison and Erika as she gets some coffee. Alison tells us that Robert and Erika thinks she hates Jun, and Jun acts like she hates Alison as well, so they’ll never know that she and Jun have “sort of an alliance”! Yeah, you’ve gotta watch out for those “sort of” alliances. They can be sort of threatening. Sort of.
Alison enters the Head of Household Room to talk to Robert. I can’t believe she’s in there, the f**king bitch! What a f**king traitor! I f**king hate her! She’ll never get my f**king vote! Oops! Sorry - I’ve just made that a f**king macro for f**king Alison every time someone talks to f**king Robert at this point. Robert tells her she’s the strongest player in the house; she smiles that while she’s honored he sees it that way, she’s pissed a lot of people off in this game so she doesn’t see any possible way she could win in the finals. She tells us she’s trying to get people to see that if they’re smart, they’d take her to the finals, but the bottom line is that two of the three women have to go on the block this week so there’s only so much campaigning you can do. Furthering that thought, Robert tells us that two people are in danger but he’s not one of them - nyah nyah!
Weekly Death Row segment. Yak yak mood tense anything could happen. Jun tells us it’s like having heartburn 24/7 - you don’t know who to trust, so you have this constant nagging burning sensation. If some of the other HouseGuests had said that, I’d think it was more likely something treatable with penicillin. Robert doesn’t feel guilty about nominations because at this point it’s him or them. More house yakking about anxiety and nerves. Robert takes the keys off the Memory Wall. Yak yak keys heavy symbolize a lot harder than he thought. You know, the standard refrain in the Nomination Hymnal.
He calls everyone to The Littlest Table and tells them this is the final nomination ceremony in Big Brother 4. Huh! So it is. This season’s just passed like a millennium. He goes on to say that all three of them deserve to be there and he respects each and every one of them. So I guess they’ve been upgraded from “bitches, sluts, and whores.” He pulls Erika’s - the only - key, leaving Jun and Alison as the two nominees. He tells Alison she knows he fears her. He respects her and thinks she’s played the game incredibly well, but he fears she’ll win the final Head of Household competition. Therefore, it’s strictly a strategic nomination as he wants a chance to win. He tells Jun she’s the smartest person who’s played the game, so he similarly feels threatened by her. With that, he brings the nomination ceremony to a close. I have to say that while I doubt he was entirely sincere, as far as nomination speeches themselves go, this was a good one. By focusing on everyone’s strengths, it really did make it seem like it wasn’t personal. Not that it really matters at this point, because the house is such a powder keg that no one fully believes anybody - nor should they.
“Robert fears me! I’m kind of excited about that!” beams Alison to us, then deadpans, “He SHOULD fear me!” Why, it’s going to take a small army and about half a dozen Mack trucks to keep her from winning that veto! Or to harness her ego - one of the two. Robert points out that Alison never quits, which is why he needs her out of there to get to the finals. Erika tells us this upcoming veto competition is the most crucial competition thus far in this game; Jun concurs that she’s going to fight tooth and nail to get it. Alison thinks Robert’s stupid - if he didn’t nominate Erika because he wants to try to rekindle their relationship, he’s a “complete retard!” And on that classy note, Stock Booming Melodramatic Announcer #38 wonders who will win the Power of Veto and I wonder if I can get combat pay when this season’s over.
Brian James is an actor/writer/singer in New York City and the Assistant Editor of RealityNewsOnline. An avid reality show, Passions, early Ryan’s Hope, retro music, and Internet discussion board junkie, Brian would like to stress that his writings are based solely on what he sees in each episode of each show and he realizes there may sometimes be more to the story and that people may behave quite differently under normal circumstances. Comments and cybertomatoes accepted at BrianJamesRNO@earthlink.net.
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