Big Brother 4, September 17-18 Live Feed Highlights: Girl Talkby David Bloomberg -- 09/22/2003
After Wednesday nightís live show, Alison and Jun are the only two left in the house. Almost immediately, they start talking about how they wish they didnít have to stay in the house for the final week. Yeah, well, join the crowd.
The two of them begin to discuss their reactions to the final HOH competition. Jun notes that of course the two of them have more control over whatís going on in the house Ė theyíre still there! (I have to admit, this was my reaction to the question as well.) Alison says Justin looked fat and Jun wonders if they could just stop seeing them already. Sorry, not Ďtil the finale.
Alison whines that Rob didnít even ask why she put zero and Jun put a million as their tie-breaker answers. Jun says Rob doesnít think anybody throws competitions. Yeah, Iím sure he couldnít figure out thatís what you were doing, Jun. Youíre just so much smarter than everybody else.
They both think that Justin may have answered some questions dishonestly to throw things off for her. Yeah, let me guess. Alison must think that Justin really believes she is better in bed than him, that he really does find her attractive, that he trusted her, etc. The girl needs a clue.
They both talk (and sing) about how they are going home with money and Jun is simply gleeful that Rob had to suffer through almost all of it but heís gone without the prize. But she chides Alison about stroking Robís ego in her final speech.
It does occur to Alison that Jun obviously threw the HOH competition, and she inquires as to why. Jun says if she had won, Rob would have wanted her to take him along. Alison looks puzzled. (Okay, Alison, here it is: Jun knew you were taking her. So she figured sheíd let you be the one to send the last guy packing and hope that it hurt you with the jury vote.)
Of course, with only the two of them in the house, this can only go on for so long. Alison wanders around, making her bed, cleaning up the living room, etc.
We do find out, through Jun telling Alison, that she was told in the Diary Room that Rob would indeed be sent to the sequester house, though not for a full week. So he will have some time to compare notes with his fellow Stooges.
Know how I said that conversation could only go on for so long? Well, itís back. What else do they have to talk about, after all? Alison asks Jun if there is anything she regrets in the game. Jun says no. Alison seems to be regretting her speech to Rob, saying perhaps she could have been a little nicer. She adds that sheís surprised America liked him so much. Yo, Alison, look at who his competitors were! Itís not that America particularly liked Rob, they just HATE you!
Then back to discussing Justinís answers. They both decide that itís because heís a guy and has to look good for other guys. Oh please. Denial, denial, denial.
They discuss whether the jury will be in the house, like last year, or in a different room. Alison remembers the stuff about last year, Jun doesnít. The conversation drifts offÖ
Alison directly addresses the Internet viewers, asking if somebody out here will hire her when she gets out because she wonít have a job. She even makes a comment about selling herself. Hmmm. Well, at least she knows what sheís qualified for.
Since Alison was HOH, she does get a basket from home, including a letter that makes her cry (apparently from her whole family, dated over a month ago), a photo, snacks, and elephant slippers. Jun says if she had known it was an official HOH, she would have thought about it more. Heh.
Before bed, Alison asks Jun what she thinks her best move of the game was. Jun says it was aligning herself with Alison. Gag. Alison says hers was getting Nathan to use the Veto. Probably true.
The morning begins with breakfast and a little small talk between the two of them. Jun says, of some of the evicted HouseGuests, that sometimes even if you donít like somebody, you have to give them credit. Alison remains unconvinced. They then congratulate themselves on what a great game they both played. Talk turns to what kinds of questions they can expect. Jun says Alison will probably get one from Nathan on why she played him. And who knows what Dana might ask! Jun says all the others lost their focus in the game and you have to learn to adapt.
Later in the day, the two of them talk about being around for another week. Jun tells Big Brother that they donít feel right without somebody else to conquer and throw out of the house! Heh. Thatís actually kind of amusing. They keep themselves busy by cleaning out the fridge.
Back to discussion of what the final questions might be. They think one will ask about regrets, but Alison says she canít do that one Ė she doesnít have any regrets! Jun says itís like a job interview and you just have to tell them what they want to hear (the problem, of course, is that what one jury member wants to hear might not be the same as what another member wants to hear). Alison says sheís really scared about the questions. Oh please. I think sheís playing Jun.
It appears the questions will be coming on or about Saturday, because they talk about how their answers could piss each other off (such as if they are asked why they should win and not the other person) and they still have to live with one another for four days.
At random intervals as they are lying around, doing a lot of nothing, they occasionally talk. Jun says when she gets out she has to call work to see if she has a job. She says finance is very conservative and sheís been running around half-naked and saying all sorts of things.
Apparently, Alison got a game (maybe in the basket?) and sheís trying to learn how to play. Itís something with chips and pieces. Not entirely clear what it is. But itís certainly not keeping them occupied for very long.
Jun says she regrets her blow-up with Scott. Scott?! Of all things, why regret that? Jumping from one psycho to the next, Alison asks Jun what she thinks Danaís biggest problem in the game was. Jun says she couldnít keep her emotions in check and had to know everything that was going on all the time. She took everything too personally. But Jun says these were not horrible people, just horrible in the game. Iím not sure Alison buys it.
On the same note, Jun says some good things about Jack, how he was at a disadvantage because he was older and still did pretty well. Alison, of course, canít bear to hear good things about anybody else and disagrees, saying he didnít win $#!t.
To relieve their boredom a bit, the women apparently get to see the movie, Unfaithful. Well, that was a couple hours. Back to boredom again. They apparently didnít like the ending. Kind of like we all feel out here about them!
With that, they go to sleep.
David Bloomberg is the Editor of RealityNewsOnline and can be reached at RNO@pobox.com.
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