At approximately the same moment that she cracked her first bottle of wine, a little light bulb went off in Rachel's feeble brain. For the next hour, Showtime viewers were treated to her words of wisdom, along with Kristen's chomping of her salad. "This is reeeeeee-al-i-teeeeeeeeeeeeeee television", she babbled over and over.
It was all clear to her now, she claimed, and uttered the words that somehow she believed she created. "Expect the unexpected!" Over and over and over she repeated this phrase, seemingly believing that she, not the Big Brother producers who have used it to promote the show for the past few years, invented the phrase. "Expect the unexpected!"
As always, she really didn't want to share her new revelation with her friends, but within five minutes her mouth couldn't be stopped. Kristen was obviously bored within five minutes, and Kathy just looked at her with a confused smile. This was just too much for her to comprehend.
Only Ragan was on the same page with Rachel, acting as if she had just unlocked the secrets of the universe. Big Brother has people on the inside ensuring that certain things happen according to plan, she said, pointing to Britney's somewhat surprising POV win as proof.
The key to winning, she claimed, is to beat the producers at their own game (conveniently forgetting that they're listening in to her every word). She's going to always be one step ahead of not only her fellow houseguests, but the behind the scenes crew. Yeah, good plan.
She still believes that her plan of having everybody believe that Matt is going up but actually nominating Andrew is going to rock the house. Her speech is going to call out Matt for playing both sides of the house. Maybe if she spent less time wrapped around Brendon''s body and more time watching the spy cam or interacting with others she'd understand that almost everybody already knows of Matt's ploy.
The only person who is going to come out looking bad after the veto ceremony is Rachel, and that's going to be quality TV.