Even my family, whatever that's worth
Here in my family, whatever that's worth
- Paul Westerberg, "Everyone's Stupid"
Poor little Daniele. She has all the answers for her to walk away with the prize money, but she's just too smart for the imbeciles she is forced to endure every day. You can just see the disdain in her eyes as she talks to every single person in the house...except for the new love in her life, Nick...I mean Dominic.
Yep, little mini-Evel Dick is again playing with her private parts instead of her head. I don't mean this literally, of course, although the Beavis side of my brain does currently have some nice visions. No, she sees Dom as her ticket to mental, physical, and financial freedom. Ok, maybe that's a bit of an exageration. The truth is she sees Dom as the little boytoy she can use to do all of her dirty work to make it to the end, and the fact that Brendon and Rachel's loins don't light up in his presence is getting in her way.
What does our too-cool-for-the-room twit do when she doesn't get her way? She pouts. She whines. She demeans everybody, including the people she's sharing private thoughts. There's no plan B with this girl. Instead of possibly working on securing the votes to save the virgin man-boy, she marches up to the HOH and tells Brendon he and his girl are gutless. Yep, that will work.
Needless to say, it didn't work. Brendon didn't use the veto, so Adam and Dom are still on the block. Daniele is outside pouting, Rachel still doesn't understand why she can't walk on water, and Brendon is still lecturing. Jeff and Dom just had a few heated words (with Shelly spying on them outside the doorway), and there's once again talk of a house meeting. Oh, that should be good.