Sorry I don't have a lot of time to put into a blog tonight, so this will be short and sweet. No worries though, not that much happened.
Jeremy campaigned here and there and tried to get some votes. He told Helen and Elissa that Aaryn was after them (which she didn't say) and told them he would sit on his hands in every single comp and go graciously if they would just let him get to jury. They considered it for a moment and then let it go. Even if Helen had decided it was what she wanted, there was no way Amanda, McCrae, Andy, Judd, or the rest of the people who actually HAVE votes would agree to keep Jeremy. I fully expect him to walk out the door tonight barring any weird twists.
After the campaigning, the HGs put on a fake talk show that was supposed to resemble "The Talk". Helen of course organized it to death and was the head host. It created a bit of tension with a few of the HGs as showmances were called out and questions were asked about the ex alliance, The MC.
The rest of the night was spent mostly joking around and being silly. Judd picked on GinaMarie a lot as she is now on his last nerve with the Nick stuff and with eating all the have not food. Kaitlin and Jeremy had a bunch of make out sessions as they will be separated later today. Elissa and Helen enjoyed their last hours with HOH power. Amanda and McCrae isolated to the Cockpit as usual and held court with various members of their alliance at different points in the night.
That's pretty much all that happened. I'm really hoping someone unexpected will win the HOH tonight and make the house scramble again so that we are not in for another boring boring week. I'm rooting for Howard just because I know he is the one person the whole house wants not to get it (aside from Candice and Spencer anyway). If he DOESN'T win HOH, the entire week will likely be dedicated to getting him out either via the HOH or via the MVP twist. I don't expect fireworks during tonight's eviction, and we already know the HOH is the "who does America think is the most...." comp. I hope things are more interesting by tomorrow night. Until then...