Big Brother 4, September 23 Live Feed Highlights: The Final Full Dayby David Bloomberg -- 09/24/2003
Jun wakes up first on this last full day of confinement to the Big Brother house. Alison stays in bed just long enough for Jun to have breakfast cooked when she wakes up. Alison had a dream about her boyfriend and is excited to pack and get ready to leave. So excited, in fact, that as soon as breakfast is over, she starts to pack while Jun does her nails and tans.
Eventually, Alison joins her tanning (I tell ya, these two are going to seriously need to see a dermatologist when this is all done). Alison asks Jun if she thinks Dana will punch her at the wrap party. Jun says no, she’ll probably just ignore Alison.
Talk turns to what they’re going to buy when they get out. Alison names some stores while Jun says she’s going to get some expensive purses and a diamond watch. Alison says she doesn’t have to wear a watch and Jun says that’s because she’s only 23. I’m not sure what age has to do with wearing a watch – my seven-year-old likes to wear one. Then again, he’s probably more mature than Alison in many ways. Anyway, Alison says maybe she’ll get some diamond earrings. Then she says no, she probably shouldn’t waste her money. Just when I think she is actually thinking ahead about investing or doing something worthwhile with her money, she clarifies that the reason she would be wasting money on diamond earrings is that she’d probably lose one. Sigh. Instead, she’s going to make her boyfriend buy her a locket. If he doesn’t, he’s gone. Mind you, if he’s smart, he’s gone already. And if he heard the way she talked about him, buh-bye. Jun sort of tries to defend him by saying he might not have the money to buy Alison the locket.
The rest of the afternoon is taken up by a combination of tanning, sleeping, doing nails, showering, etc. But when a semblance of conversation returns, it’s funny because Jun says she makes all of her dates buy her flowers and if they don’t, she doesn’t see them again. Hmmm. I wish Alison had asked her what if they don’t have the money to buy her flowers. Ah, irony.
Of course, discussions always return to how horrible the other HouseGuests were. They talk about David and Nathan being nasty in the Diary Room (how would they know? – and come on, Alison was easily the nastiest). Alison says that Dana was 28 and wanted to beat her up even though she was only 22 at the time. Because I guess age has a lot to do with hating Alison? Huh? Anyway, she goes on to call her a variety of names and say Dana has issues. Well, that’s probably true, but look who’s saying it! There’s that irony popping up again. She says Dana probably stole lunch from kindergarteners when she was in sixth grade. (So, she’s comparing Dana to a sixth-grader and herself to a kindergartener? That sounds about right.) Alison continues her rant, saying one time Dana even threatened her family. Jun agrees and says Dana flipped out on her too, saying she knows where her family lives, etc. Alison calls her some more names.
They see a movie, apparently a horror flick that they didn’t find terribly scary, but I don’t know what the movie actually was.
Big Brother announces (as if they didn’t already know) that “tomorrow” (Wednesday) is the last day. The girls screech their hoorays.
Moving to other conversation, Jun says she’ll cry if Bob isn’t there. Alison says she won’t cry if her boyfriend isn’t – he’s too busy. But even though she knows that, she’ll still be mad at him. Wait. Let me get this straight? Alison will be mad at him?! After everything she did and said? Idiot.
Talk turns to what they’ll do for work when they get out. Jun doesn’t think she’ll have hers when she gets out, but she wants to get into marketing and sales anyway. She says she can sell ice to an Eskimo (well, she did manage to stick around to the final two). Jun suggests that perhaps rich Big Brother fans will donate money to them and Alison asks us if we want to donate her money for nothing. Please allow me to answer for almost everybody watching: No!
One of their discussions reveals a little bit more about Alison’s relationship with her boyfriend. She talks about how he’s never been anywhere, he doesn’t do the right things, etc. Jun tries to tell her to be fair, but Alison rants on. She then moves on to say that he cheated on her and they broke up for a while. Apparently, that’s when Justin came in. If this is indeed the case, it explains why he hates Justin so much – it wasn’t just a case of her dating Justin then breaking up and finding him, it was that Justin was in between times of dating her. The real question is if he actually did cheat on her or if she’s making it up to justify what she’s done. With Alison, I wouldn’t put anything past her. She then says he needs to be less possessive about her and chill out. Why is he so jealous if she’s not doing anything? Um. Because you did do things?! Idiot.
Discussion goes back to the HouseGuests. Alison, never one to stroke her own ego, says the best TV moment was when Dana put her up, she convinced Nathan to Veto her, and then she won the next HOH competition. Frankly, I think the best moment of this series will be when they get rid of the two of you. But maybe that’s just me.
Next up for slamming is Nathan. Jun says he called her a snake (he did – she was). Alison says that Justin wanted her to tell Nathan to stop being such a baby – she did and he was mad. Well, can ya blame him?
A little while later, Jun throws up. After being stuck with Alison in the house for this long, I’m surprised she didn’t do it sooner. But Jun says she’s making herself sick, worrying about going back to the real world. Alison says the game is over as far as she’s concerned – she just wants to go home and not leave her house for a week. Um, you’ve been locked inside this house for three months, and then you’re going to hide in your own house? Yeesh, I’d think that would be the last thing somebody would want to do!
They have other conversations about pets and sports and the like. Jun begs for Tylenol PM, which Big Brother had taken away from them. They give her Excedrin but not Tylenol PM because she says they think she has a problem.
Speaking of problems, it’s back to talk about Alison’s boyfriend. She asks Jun for advice on what to say to him. Jun says to just say whatever comes naturally. Alison says the natural response would to be ask why the **** he isn’t there! She says she has a bad feeling. Gosh, wonder why. Couldn’t have anything to do with her messing around with almost every guy in the house, could it?! Nah.
Jun is worried about Bob. Alison says not to worry – if he doesn’t love her the way she is, she should kick him to the curb! Thank you Dr. Phil.
On that note, they go to sleep for the last night in the house.
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