Big Brother 4, September 22 Live Feed Highlights: Killing Timeby David Bloomberg -- 09/23/2003
It’s the start of another thrilling day watching the final two in the Big Brother 4 house! They wake up, eat breakfast, and immediately begin trying to find ways to kill time. Jun made breakfast and cleans up afterwards. Alison works on a puzzle and then cuts up her tie-dye shirt. Alison plays with the bead kit. Then they go outside to work on getting skin cancer – I meant their tans. Yes, it’s hard to believe they aren’t airing this all on TV!
After this they nap, tan, look at photos, tan, play with the beads, tan, etc. Eventually, they start talking about the only thing they really know how to talk about – the former HouseGuests. In this case, there is brief discussion about Michelle. Jun says she doesn’t know when Michelle will ever grow up (obviously she’s an expert because she knew Michelle for so long). Alison wonders if she ever will. Jun notes that she’s 19. Yes, exactly, you two. She’s only 19. Give the girl a break! Besides, if you two are “grown up,” I think Michelle would probably rather stay the way she is. At another point in the conversation, Jun says they probably threw Michelle’s IQ test away because she doodled on it. She didn’t make it past name, age, social security number, and probably had to call her mom for help. Meow!
Next up? Nate. Jun says he never shared his snacks (presumably from HOH) and he’s a jackass. She says even if you try to act differently, your true colors will show through. Really? Gosh. That’s just what most of us were thinking about you and Alison… Anyway, she continues that Nate doesn’t know how to be a man. Oh please.
Moving on to Jack, Alison thinks he is too goofy to be an FBI agent. Again, because they knew him for a few weeks in a certain setting, they think they know everything about him and how he acts under very different circumstances. Alison says she doesn’t care what he says, he threw all those competitions (wonder if that came up in the jury questions). Jun says he was killing everybody in practice but then would blow it in the actual challenges – he threw the mental challenges too. My question: Why the hell would he lie about this now? Once he’s out of the game, he has no reason to lie. In fact, he’d have been better off lying to say he didn’t throw them so he didn’t seem so bad! Anyway, they both agree that Rob and Nate always tried to win.
Of course, talk has to turn to Dana. Alison says that, looking back, Dana lied about everything. Well, coming from Sister Mary Alison, that’s quite an insult. Both of them agree that they like each other better than they like Dana. As if either of them is going to say anything different at this point. Alison goes so far as to claim she never lied about anything for the first four weeks, until Dana switched sides. Jun points out that they lied to the guys by telling the guys that they were switching to their side. Alison suddenly realizes that she’s been lying the whole time! Whoa. What a shock. Idiot.
Next on the menu is Erika. Jun says Erika thought she knew everything about the game just because she was banging someone from Big Brother 1.
They get distracted from this line of discussion and begin to wonder who will be there for them when they get out. My suggestion? A firing squad. Anyway, Alison says she’s be hurt if her boyfriend isn’t there. Then she says no, she won’t, because he has football and school. Yeah, and if he’s smart, he knows that those are both much more important than you. Jun expects Bob and her brother to be there.
After a bathroom break and getting some beer, Jun says the two of them are probably getting the movies that the sequestered people don’t want – the leftovers. You know, if I were them, I wouldn’t be complaining. If I were a Big Brother producer, I’d tell the ingrates to forget about it. Anyway, Alison says that the two of them may be getting leftovers, but they’re still the stars! Ugh.
Alison tells Jun to promise her that once she gets out, she won’t go on the Atkins diet. Why? Well, Alison says, because Atkins is dead! So obviously it must be a bad diet. Yeesh. While I hate to admit this, I do have to agree with Alison about the diet itself, but for actual scientific reasons. Atkins died by slipping and falling on an icy sidewalk outside his office. I don’t think his diet had anything to do with that. Once again: Idiot.
From here, various activities and time-killers go on, but nothing worth mentioning. They eventually get the movie they were talking about. From what I could gather, it was one directed by a BB4 producer. After the movie, there is some talk about downloading MP3, but that is quickly cut off. Then, it’s time for bed as they are one day closer to the end of our, er, their torment.
David Bloomberg is the Editor of RealityNewsOnline and can be reached at RNO@pobox.com.
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