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Big Brother 4, September 9: It's All About The Vetoby Phil Kural -- 09/10/2003
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Well, look who it is! Looks like yours truly gets to take a shot at recapping Big Brother 4! Since The Amazing Race has ended, I basically just sit at home and wait for something to do so, when the chance came for me to take a shot at Big Brother, I figured, why not! Actually, I don't really sit around and do nothing - I do go to class sometimes and work when I have to - but that's beside the point. I'm just glad that now I get to talk about what a crying liar Alison is and how much I love Erika. And now, on with the recap!
Previously on Big Brother, Jee was evicted from the house and Robert won Head of Household. He was overjoyed to know he'd be in the final 3, but this made the remaining women nervous because they'd have to turn on one another. Robert reached out to Erika to get to the end, and she accepted. Jun and Alison were suspicious of Erika and called her a host of mean names. Alison tried to persuade Robert that she wasn't a threat, but he still nominated her and Jun, saying that he feared Alison because she's strong and Jun because she's smart. Who will win the final veto? Read on to find out!
It's Day 62 in the house and we begin a little after nominations. Robert asks Erika if she was scared and she says no. In the Diary Room, Robert says he's feeling good. Erika says she doesn't feel all that safe because whoever wins the veto really holds all the power. They will choose the other women that will make the final 3. Erika tells Jun and Alison that she wanted some drama at the nomination ceremony, but Jun said she was tired and Alison wasn't feeling it. They are just going to take their nominations like women. Let's see how long that lasts.
Alison says Robert said in his nomination speech that she's basically dumb but can kick ass. She also says that she is using her brain and that Jun isn't necessarily the smartest player. Erika wants to be alone, but Robert joins her outside. He tells her that the jury will respect them in the finals for bringing each other. Erika says that Robert is lonely and that's why he's clinging to her. Robert tells Erika his alliance with her is real and that he will stick with her. Poor Erika says she tunes him out when he starts talking strategy because she doesn't want to really be around him or let the other girls know that she has a secret alliance with him. Erika, believe me girl - they already know.
Jun and Alison talk about how skinny Erika is. Alison feels out in the cold because Erika and Robert are always together. Ali, you have Jun; I don't understand why you feel out in the cold. Oh, I know! Maybe because you're a bitter icy bitch! I like Jun, though; she's playing a smart game. Anyway, Jun says that Robert wants to win so badly because he is a loser in his family. Alison and Jun continue to talk about how fake people may be; Alison says she's not lying (*cough* WHATEVER *cough*) and Jun replies that she isn't either. I can only roll my eyes. Jun says they know how to tear people apart and Ali says it would be crazy if they were the final 2.
Robert says that it's down to luck now. Erika looks a little bothered by Robert, but it's probably because he is constantly talking strategy with her. She says it's all about the veto. Jun says that Alison wants the veto more than anything. She joins Robert and Erika outside and says that Ali can't handle being on the block because she knows everyone hates her. Well, it's about time she does! Jun still feels Ali is the ideal candidate to go before the jury with, though. Robert says Ali can't win the veto, while in the Diary Room, Jun says that her alliance right now is with everyone, but she has a stronger bond with Ali.
Ali says there is more anxiety and stress. All of the HouseGuests are talking about each other and nobody really trusts anyone. They decide on a nap. During their sleep, Jun has to get up and use the bathroom. Erika hears the toilet and knows it's probably Jun. She gets up to go talk to her and Ali sees them going to the bathroom. She lays low for a few, then heads over to where the other two girls are talking. As she heads over, they hear footsteps and Erika scurries into the bathroom. Alison enters and now all three girls are in the bathroom sitting there because they feel awkward. Ali won't move, so finally, Jun goes to bed. Ali feels good that she kept them from talking.
In the morning, there's more talk about the veto. All agree that Ali can't win. Ali is concentrating and asking her pictures of loved ones for help. Finally, it's veto competition time. They all head to the backyard and see this tower. They find out it's the Diamond Veto. This is the final veto competition; the winner will singlehandedly decide who leaves the house this week. The tower has eight steps representing the previous eight weeks. The object is to take a transparency with a HouseGuest's name on it and put each week's original nominees on the step. If they put the right two people on the step, it will light up and they can move on to the next one. The first person to make it to the top and put two hands on the veto medallion will win. Erika says she needs the veto to be safe. Ali says she's going to try "so damn hard." Jun says it will be crazy, while Robert believes he will win.1 2 Next-->
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