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Big Brother Season 10, Episode 6 Recap

Tonight is eviction night, and since it’s pretty clear even to non-feed viewers who will be exiting the house tonight the big question is the HOH competition. What will CBS do to fill the time until we get to that final segment? Maybe they’ll go to Angie’s hometown and interview her family and friends. Doubtful, but a lonely boy can dream.
Better yet, I think CBS should take a trip to Ollie’s pastor father, and ask him what he thinks about his son’s late night activities with April. Or for pure comedy relief, let’s see what kind of meatheads surround Jessie and/or Michelle.
Enough with the fantasies, let’s begin with the show. Recap time…house guests enter…blah blah blah…Brian is evicted…blah blah blah…Jessie is HOH…Steven and Dan are nominated…blah blah blah…Michelle wins POV…tempers flare…Michelle doesn’t use her POV…Julie in her usual one foot in front of the other stance and the live studio audience…”but first”…(I actually wrote that a few minutes early, and I was pretty damned close. Doesn’t that say a lot about the predictable template the producers use for each episode?)
Keeping up with this template, we start with the reactions to Michelle’s decision to not use the veto. Dan is obviously “elated”, adding that his “plan to make everybody think I am a weak player is successful”. Steven doesn’t know what to do because Dan is one of his best friends, so campaigning to save himself is “stabbing my friend in the back”. Um, whatever.
Keesha wishes she had never made the alliance with Libra and the other hens, but she says she has to keep her word and vote out Steven. Libra says the plan is to get the “floaters” out of the house – Jerry, Renny, Dan, and Steven.
Steven comes into the bedroom where Dan is resting, and informs him that he tried to get Jessie and Michelle to put up Libra. “I was in a moment of desperation. I was trying to find a way to keep both of us here.” Dan says he respects the fact that he wants to stay, but the more he battles the more the house will want him gone.
Libra and Keesha walk in on a conversation Steven is having with Ollie and April. He tells them that he wants to stay in the house. Both Ollie and April say they have nothing against him, which causes Steven to proclaim that he’s getting a “raw deal”. Stupid Ollie brings up the idiocy of Steven’s friendship with Brian being the reason he’s on the block. “Who voted for Brian, and who didn’t? I don’t understand why you think Dan will be on your side.” The only reason any of this is being shown is to make us think there’s a chance Steven stays tonight.
The brain surgeons continue talking about Steven after he leaves the room. For seemingly no reason they show Michelle walking in, but after she leaves they talk about Jessie’s alliance with her, along with Memphis hanging out with Angie. I’d groan about this guilt by association garbage, but in this case they’re right. April decides that they need to “grab one of these floaters”.
Michelle comes up to the HOH, and, with Keesha watching, Dan follows her a few seconds later “to use the bathroom”. Once again, he offers to do anything they ask. Both Michelle and Jessie repeat the same spiel we’ve heard the last two episodes about respect.
We finally get to see our girl, who is sitting with Memphis watching the hens play pool. “Ugh, it makes my skin crawl to have to be nice to those two”, says Angie about Queen Libra and April. Memphis advises her that when somebody doesn’t like a person, it’s going to be obvious to the target of that hatred. Angie claims she’s been pretty good at hiding it. “I haven’t yelled at anybody.” Memphis says they can’t throw up a red flag, because it will make them stronger when they surprise them. Angie adds that they should keep Dan close to them.
A little later, Libra and Keesha are lying in their beds, and Keesha laughs when Libra says “these people are crazy”. Once again, Keesha mentions how Angie and Memphis are inseperable, as are Jessie and Michelle. Libra says she doesn’t like Angie, and April, who has just walks in, agrees. “She’s very conniving.” Hmmm, who are the hens doing most of the whispering? Keesha again pushes to save Steven, because he would be more loyal to them than Dan. “As soon as somebody makes that first move, it’s on.”
It’s now time for that weekly treat of Julie’s questions to the houseguests. For the first time, these queries are supposedly from the audience. The first one goes to Jerry, and it’s about the fallout over he being on the same team as Renny. Does he feel the houseguests respect him as a competitor? He says he’d like to “think they do…I think I can keep up with them. I think I worked as hard as they did…I feel I earned it.”
The followup goes to Libra, and it’s basically the same topic. Libra knows they’re referring to the blowup between her and Jerry, but for some reason she adds that “there was also a gender situation”. What? “Just making it an even type of thing would be great…slop for two weeks is no fun.” Meanwhile, Renny just smiles for the camera. Julie puts on her newscaster hat for a second to ask “so you’re saying age makes a difference”, and again Libra (unsuccessfully) attempts to deflect the question.
As I predicted earlier today, the next question goes to the happy (ending) couple. I don’t think Ollie’s too happy with this. “What is it about Ollie that first attracted you to him?” She says that he’s a great guy who is easy to talk to. Ollie’s question is about what his dad is thinking about their “showmance”. “I think my pops is all in favor of me finding someone who I can confide in; someone who I enjoy hanging around with. So I don’t think my pops will have a problem with that. I think what he would be concerned with would be if I were to disrespect a young lady…if it’s April or anyone in the house.” As for the showmance, he thinks his dad is “giving me a round of applause right now”. I think that depends if he’s been on YouTube lately.
Oooh, we’re going to get more of the Jessie/Renny fight, and their family’s reactions. We begin with some of Renny’s goofier moments, and then cut to her family in New Orleans. Her son Sparky (hehehe) says she’s “certainly the life of the party”. We get to see her collection of wigs and hats that she didn’t bring with her to Big Brother. Sparky adds that in the beginning, the younger people in the house didn’t quite know what to make of his crazy mom, and that “the way Jessie was brought up, I don’t think he was taught to respect elders”.
We then cut to Mason City, Iowa, and Jessie’s father. He was supposedly a “runt” who was constantly picked on, but his mom says he suddenly “blossomed”. Oh, Ale, there’s some beefcake video for you. “What people don’t know about Jessie is the goodness”, proclaims his mom. Yeah, you’re right, we haven’t seen that yet. Mom claims that Renny exploited that “situation” because she wanted to “make him the bad guy”. Sparky says that “mom did apologize, and he’s straight up lying. I think he’s ridiculous.” Jessie’s mom does admit that he lets “power go to his head”. Yeah, he does.
We move up to the HOH, and Julie asks Jessie about his constant quotes about “being a body without a brain”. Jessie can’t comprehend that question, so she has to repeat it. He babbles about his age (again), and how he’s gone through a lot in his life. We get a history of his bodybuilding career, but admits that his biggest weakness is “confiding in Michelle, and then people seeing us as a pair”. He also regrets not putting up Renny, and hopes that it doesn’t come back to haunt him.
Thankfully, the questioning is over, and we go back to the rest of the house. Dan opens his statement by telling Julie she’s beautiful, and then goes on to how fun he’s had in the house. Steven says he regrets the choice he made in the first day in the house (Brian), and then babbles more about stupid stuff he’s “learned” in the house. His last message is “suck it, bitches”. I wish he was staying.
Michelle goes in to vote first, and obviously she votes to eliminate Steven, as does Memphis, our girl Angie, and Jerry. After the commercials, the onslaught continues with Libra, April, Ollie, Renny, and Keesha. Yes, it’s unanimous!
Of course, even though he promised to go out in a blaze of glory, he quietly hugs the girls, shakes hands with the boys, and walks out. Julie starts the question with what’s harder – riding a bull or this house. Steven says it’s the house because “riding a bull only takes eight seconds”. And that’s it with the questions, as we go to the goodbye messages. Keesha’s sad and sorry, and Angie apologizes for not being able to help him stay in the house. Renny tells him he’s “beautiful”. Jessie makes it all about himself, and the respect he had for Jessie’s great physique. Dan informs him that being with him has opened his eyes to gay people.
Now the only real suspense of the night – the HOH competition. Ugh, in “preparation” for the contest, Big Brother was surprising the houseguests with “alien sightings”. Renny is great because it takes her forever to notice “because I’ve seen aliens on the streets of New Orleans”. Other scenes show items from the house disappearing. Ok, this setup is taking way too long.
The name of this game is Alien Abduction, and two people at a time are asked questions about items that are missing from the house. This should be interesting with this group of brain surgeons. April and Dan are up first, and April is out. Renny and Libra are up next, and Renny’s answer is incorrect so she’s out. Memphis and Angie are up next, and Angie is now out (ohnoes). Ollie and Jerry are now selected, and Jerry’s out with a wrong answer. Michelle is now against Keesha, and Michelle is now gone. Libra and Dan follow them, and Libra is again correct. Dan’s out. Memphis is now battling Keesha, and after a long delay Keesha’s answer is correct.
It’s now Ollie and Libra, and again Libra is correct. The final is now between Keesha and Libra. Yes, Libra answers incorrectly, so the new HOH is Keesha! (That’s not great for my girl, either, but certainly better than if Libra had won.)
We conclude with another quick interview, and Keesha says it “feels great”. Well, duh. Libra is asked what she’s going to do if she ends up on slop for a third straight week. “It’s going to get really ugly.” Uh, it already is. She claims to have lost twelve pounds, so “I’m going to shoot for twenty”. Good luck with that.
That’s it for tonight. Will Keesha show some backbone, or will she allow her supposed former friends to dictate her move? We’ll find out on Sunday.


Keesha New HoH

So who will be nominated?

You would think Libra won as cocky as she is acting.

Keesha seems pretty calm - I think she already realizes she is going to upset some people tomorrow and be under a lot of pressure.


Live Show Comment Fest!

Ho guys - show is on - comments here!!!


Who Is Excited About Tonight's Eviction Episode?

I'm nervous yet intrigued by what's going to happen tonight. The actual eviction, and the time running up to it, will probably be a borefest, but I'm worried about what happens tonight during the HOH competition. This could be the best HOH ever, or the worst.

Here's who I don't want to see win tonight:

1. Libra. Oh, hell no. This would be a disaster, but it's also unlikely as she hasn't shown any athletic or mental skills.
2. Michelle. She may be aligned with people that I like, but I can only imagine how egotistical she'd become if she ruled the house.
3. April. She might tell Keesha she wants Libra out, but I have a feeling if she won she wouldn't have the backbone to follow through. Instead, an April win wouldn't be much different than a Libra win.
4. Ollie. See the April entry.

Here's who I wouldn't mind seeing win:

1. Angie. Well, duh. More screen time for Angie means more happiness for me. More importantly, there's no way she wouldn't put up Libra.
2. Renny. I've had a complete turnaround on her. I find her funny, adorable, and also one of the few who won't take Libra's shit. Plus, not only would Jessie probably find himself on the block but he'd be in misery with her in power.
3. Memphis. I don't think he'd put up Libra, but I also don't think he'd screw over our girl.
4. Dan. Nobody really knows what he would do if he won HOH. Yes, he's got his top-secret deal with Jessie and Michelle, but he'd probably just do the predictable Jerry/Renny nominations.
5. Keesha. Yes, she plays both sides, and I don't think she has the guts to put up Libra. But I think she'd show a lot more confidence in herself if she won HOH, and could be the only person other than Renny who would risk a Michelle or Jessie nomination.


More April/Ollie Sex

According to Joker's Update:

April: Cum on me.
Ollie: You want me too?
April: Yeah.
Ollie: On you?
April: Yeah.

Both are breathing heavily. Ollie has slowed down. You can hear more kissing.

April: Wow.

He grabbed her something so she could wipe off then climbed back in bed. Quickie!


Craig Ferguson Video


Julie Chen on Craig Ferguson

Tonight Julie Chen appeared on Craig Ferguson's Late Late Night Show on CBS. They went into the house live at the end of the interview! I'll only give a synopsis of what happened during that part of the interview:

It was pretty fast paced. The audience approval kind of made it hard for the houseguests to hear EVERYTHING, but they were super excited to find out why they were woken up/rounded up on the couches. Julie told the houseguests to always expect the unexpected and it seemed like they were all SO nervous from realizing they were about to be on national tv, not get Brian back or something. (Sillies!!!!)

When Craig Ferguson began speaking to them, he had already seen a couple episodes, specifically the honey challenge. He had a liking for April, and wanted to speak to her the most. They, instead, began talking to Jessie and Craig blurted out "I'm not trying to talk to you dude!" Burn. Jessie was devastated once he realized what happened. He drooled all over her, then asked if they had "any of that honey left". The audience got a kick out of all of it. They went into the boobs, and April said she "had to prove it all the time that they were real." (Yeah, we know blahblahblah). He moved on to Jerry, since Jerry got a feel, and asked Jerry if he ever felt a fake boob, which BIG SURPRISE, he hasn't. Jerry mistook something Craig said amongst laughter for an invitation to feel everyone's boobs in the house to compare them to April's real knockers. They accidently showed Julie Chen doing the national closed-finger-slash-move to indicate "no way" to whoever was behind the camera. Duh you old pervert, more and more I see Jerry as a man who would totally take anything shoved in his face because well...I'm just going to say it to get it out the's not like his wife would remember.....

The Jessie got his vindication talk with Craig, during which he said people are steadily "talking shit about people behind their backs" but "not his own". Julie tried to save the awkward moment by getting Jessie to take off his shirt (I'm guessing in a last ditch effort to gain the show more popularity amongst horny cougars), which ended up being a weird idea, since, um, Julie expected Craig to say more than "yeah um ok". I don't even find him sexy. One of the funniest interviews I've seen with Craig.

I wonder which houseguests are pissed they got no air time.


Wake Up, Memphis!!!

Showtime began tonight with Memphis hanging out with the self-proclaimed King and Queen. When he left the room, the brain trust congratulated themselves for working out a second alliance behind Memphis' back - this time with Dan. I hope to God Memphis figures this out and wages war. Michelle also wants to watch Jessie take a bubble bath. Yeah, we know you do.

Meanwhile, when Libra's not complaining about being hungry, she's talking out of both sides of her mouth. First, she says that the people put up should be by house consensus, and then she tells April and Ollie that our girl Angie needs to go next. But by no means is next week her turn to go.

I think I'm punching out for the night. The conversations are beyond boring, and the only person I enjoy watching hasn't been shown all night.


Big Brother Season 10, Episode 5 Recap

Hi kids! Here we go once again with another episode of Big Brother, aka The Jessie’s Muscles Show. I predict lots of whining tonight…and not just by me.
After the recap, we start as usual with the reactions to the nominations of Steven and Dan, who says that his alliance has completely imploded, leaving himself, “the former Mayor”. What? Steven wasn’t surprised, but says his feelings were hurt. The jab about not visiting his room is what really pisses him off, though. It’s “b.s. He had to rationalize it some way.”
Of course, Queen Libra is happy. “The house wants Steven to go this week, and I agree because he aligned himself with Brian from the outset. Then on top of that, he’s a stronger competitor.”
Jessie is still patting himself on the back because he’s the youngest person in the house “by three years”, yet has won every competition. “I still don’t have a target on my back.” Oh really? He offers to play chess with Dan, but he wants to go up to the HOH to talk about his nomination. Jessie tells him that he has nothing to worry about, because Steven “shot himself in the foot”. Dan is happy that he has a “foot in the door” with Jessie, who babbles some more about how Dan’s loyalty to Brian means something to him. Funny how that doesn’t work with Brian’s other friends.
Downstairs, our girl Angie comes into the bedroom to cheer up Steven. Um, I don’t know how she can help a gay guy, but I know one straight guy who would love a bedroom visit. Steven tells her to not be sad, and that he’s ok. Yet in the diary room, he’s close to tears.
When she tells him that she feels like “they’re cutting my legs off”, he reminds her that she is in danger. “If they stay in power…you’ll probably be next.” Say it ain’t so!!! Angie admits in the diary room that she needs to “distance myself from all things Brian”.
Uh oh, I can tell by the music that we have a cheesy segment coming on. Yep, we do, as we now see Michelle giving Jessie a pedicure. Oh boy. Michelle says that she needs to find somebody “to do this stuff for me”. When Jessie asks if she had higher expectations for the rest of the cast, she tells him she was hoping for a “showmance…but you have a girlfriend”. Excuse me while I head to the bathroom. Jessie has a girlfriend, but somehow is single. Michelle claims in the diary room that she’s always had guys as best friends because she relates to them better.
Memphis makes a rare onscreen appearance to talk about how at some point the eight people aligned together are going to have some problems. For some reason, though, his best bud in the house is King Jessie. Memphis says that while he doesn’t mind that the others see them occasionally talk, he doesn’t want them to know about their deal. I wouldn’t either if I was him. Ugh, another team name – Team B.A. (Bad Ass).
Although they don’t want to be seen together, the two are now outside bringing our girl Angie into their group. Memphis tells her that “I think you’re a mentally strong player, and I think there are a lot of people in here who are mentally not ok.” Angie tells them that while she’s talked to a few people, she has “nothing set in stone right now”. Yeah, we know. Memphis repeats in the diary room what we already heard, but adds that he thinks she’s “very focused, and I like that”.
I can tell by the acoustic guitar that we’re going to move on to this episodes “Very Special Segment”, and of course I’m right. This time, the talk is about the New Orleans hurricane, and whether Renny lost any possessions. She says she lost some, but goes on and on about the family and friends that are important to her. Steven says, though, that the conversation helped change his opinion of her.
Now we’re back in the kitchen, and Keesha is telling Steven that he can’t leave. “Well, then you have to vote for me.” Um, she doesn’t want you to stay that badly. He asks her if she’d take him off the block if she won POV, but she’s pretty non-committal.
King Jessie now gathers the mostly sleeping troops to pick the POV players. It’s funny how the smartest guy in the house can barely read his script. Jessie picks first and gets Michele, while Dan gets the House Guest choice and for some reason picks Libra. Ok, I get it. He wants the nominees to stand to ensure his safety. Steven chooses his buddy Keesha. Jerry is selected as the host, and of course he’s happy.
Keesha begins to make a push to save Steven, but is shot down by Queen Libra and the other hens. “Why would you do that?” Keesha says that she’s become close to him because of everything he’s been through. Michelle is pissed. “What the hell is she thinking?”
When Keesha leaves the room, April starts going in on how she can’t trust her. “She’s best friends with him. She’s best friends with us. She’s a floater” Michelle calls her an idiot. I guess it takes one to know one.
Michelle immediately runs up to tell Memphis and the King about Keesha’s desire to save Steven. They’re not happy, although Memphis is sort of the voice of reason. Michelle says she wants her out soon because she doesn’t trust her.
After commercials, it’s time for Hulk Hogan…I mean Jerry…to announce it’s POV time. Everybody runs outside, and they are all “amazed” by the giant driver’s licenses on display for each player. Why, I don’t know. Dan says he needs to throw the competition to “gain a lot”. The game involves choosing license plates that spell out certain phrases.
Dan screws up the first phrase, and is immediately out. Don’t be so obvious, idiot. They get to work on the same puzzle, and Jessie also is wrong. Truthfully, this competition is too tough for anybody that’s playing.
Keesha finally gets a correct answer, but they all appear confused by the next one. Steven screws up, and he’s out of not only the competition but the show tomorrow night. Michelle gets it right, though, and you’d swear she just won the Publisher’s Clearing House contest. Settle down, moron.
We still haven’t heard from a visibly confused Libra. Steven claims that he made direct eye contact with Keesha multiple times, and he gave her “puppy dog eyes” to help spur her on.
But we have a little swerve in the game. The next puzzle actually had a prize – a week pass from slop. Libra suddenly wakes up, and we get to hear in the diary room (again) how much she hates slop. Yes, we know. The catch, though, is that if you win the slop pass you’re out of the veto competition. Hmmm, how much do you want to bet Steven is now screwed?
Michelle claims to have it figured out, and begs Keesha or Libra to claim it. Libra also thinks she has it, but she refuses to blurt it out. “Slop is making Libra ago insane”, says Keesha about Libra. “I don’t know why Libra would not take the slop pass.” Meanwhile, Michelle is still babbling, which she claims was great game play.
Finally, the time expires, and we mercifully move on to another puzzle. Libra chimes in, but is completely lost. It’s now between Keesha and Michelle. Libra says on the sidelines that she doesn’t trust Keesha…but it doesn’t matter, as she messes up the next puzzle. Michelle is the winner!
Steven claims “it’s now do or die.” Um, I think it’s a little late for that. Dan says that anything Steven does is just going to piss off people, so he “has nothing to worry about”.
With the contest over, Jessie is now pissed that Keesha didn’t take the slop pass. “If I was on slop, and the plan is going according to plan, how much more logic do you need to use?” Wow, talk about a sentence that makes no sense.
Libra is also not happy with Keesha (imagine that). She claims that Keesha tried to tell her to take it, but she didn’t because they lost as a team. (Another nonsensical analysis from the Queen.) Keesha says that slop isn’t bothering her as much as Libra. When Libra leaves the room, Steven tells her that she probably shouldn’t be seen hanging out with him. “The game doesn’t mean that much to me”, she replies. Yeah, we’ve noticed. Steven tells her that they were all second-guessing her on the sidelines, and that they “all don’t give a crap about you”.
For some strange reason, Keesha decides to confide in Renny about this situation. I have to admit, I’m happy to hear Renny proclaim that “she (Libra) needs to go”. In the diary room, Renny says she loves when there’s drama in the house “because it takes all the attention away from me”. I think Renny’s a much better player than we’ve given her credit.
Keesha decides to confront the house, and informs all of them that if she had won she was not going to change the nominations. For some reason, Michelle is more concerned about adjusting Keesha’s bra straps than what she has to say. Libra gives her a Maury-ish head bob, and plays dumb about the sidelines babble. “I don’t even know what was said”, adds Michelle. “I think I keep proving myself over and over, but I keep getting shit talked about me”, Keesha whines. They continue to deny that it even happened, and the blame is shifted to her informants. Meanwhile, Renny is happily listening in another room.
Up in the diary room, Keesha tells Memphis and Jessie that Libra is out of control. “She causes so much drama. She’s a troublemaker. She told everybody that I was campaigning to save Steven. She’s setting me up…she straight up lies.” Finally, somebody has figured her out!
Of course, CBS is using this segment to make us believe that the veto may actually be used to backdoor Libra. Jessie says he wants to convince Michelle that this is the right move, and that they have the votes to make this happen.
Now we have the moment I’ve been waiting for – Jerry and Renny versus Libra. Keesha stirs the pot again by telling Jerry and Renny how Libra constantly stirs the pot. Renny tells Jerry that she’s been talking smack about how he was the reason she’s on slop. Jerry’s not happy.
Oh good, the clip is shown that proves Libra did place the blame on Jerry and Renny. Jerry says this may cause his departure, but he’s had enough. “I’m going after her. That’s bullshit. Bitch. She blames everything on everything.” He’s actually pretty funny in his depiction of her.
Libra is lying around in bed with April, Michelle, and Keesha when Jerry storms in and confronts her. Immediately, Libra’s on the defensive. “What are you talking about? I did not say that.” Ugh. Just like with Keesha’s outburst, her method of deflecting the criticism is demanding she be told who was the person telling him these stories. “I DID NOT! I didn’t call you slow, old.” Meanwhile, my pal Renny is standing by herself having her morning coffee.
Oh boy, Libra screams at Jerry that it was April who was upset. You really can’t make this up. While Libra continues to scream, Jerry calmly walks to the bathroom and tells Steven and Dan that he knows what he’s doing.
Libra storms out after him, demanding that she be told “who said it”. She catches up with Jerry in the bathroom, where he says “the other old person told me”. Oh Jerry, why’d you sell out Renny? After a short confrontation, Libra goes into the bedroom to tell everybody that Renny was the source.
This pisses Renny off, and she storms into the room. “I didn’t say those words. Don’t you put words into my mouth!” Hehehehe. Libra does let it out that she said that the next time it should be balanced because they did have the two oldest people on their team. Isn’t that the same thing? Ugh. “What do you think that implies?”
We jump ahead a full 24 hours to find Steven begging Jessie to put up Libra, although the footage of Libra wiping her face leads us to believe it’s immediately after the fight. Jessie says that he needs to talk to Michelle. He goes down to get her, but Michelle wants nothing to do with this plan. “They’re not the ones with the power of veto.”
Steven tells her that if he puts her up and she is evicted, then she’ll be the hero of the house. Yes, he couldn’t be more correct with that analysis. Michelle doesn’t believe that’s the case because it’s coming from “the one person on the block”. She really can’t be that dumb.
Steven ups the ante a bit. “What if you take Dan off? Leave me on the block.” Michelle finds that idea “interesting”, and her little brain is clearly taxed.
It’s now time for the veto meeting, and you can probably figure out that all the foreshadowing we’ve seen for the past half hour is for nothing. We watch the scripted portion of Michelle staring at the pictures with the veto medallion around her neck, while everybody else sits outside. Both Steven and Dan babble that there’s an “air of uncertainty” but there really isn’t.
At the actual ceremony, Steven complains that his friendship with Brian has tainted his tenure in the house, and that things change by the hour. She should just do what she feels best. Dan admits to early mistakes, but says he “made his bed and can sleep in it”. He wants the “Portugeese Princess” to use the veto on him, but there are no hard feelings if she doesn’t.
Michelle acts intrigued by the speeches, but ultimately (and obviously) says she’s not going to use the veto. Dan is not too bummed, as he knows Steven’s going home. Steven, meanwhile, claims he’s going to continue to fight. “I really, really don’t want to go home.” Michelle says that people “will tell you what they want you to hear because they have nothing to lose, and everything to gain. I have everything to lose, and nothing to gain. Do I look stupid?” Um, you don’t want me to answer that. To be honest, though, this is a full house that’s stuck on stupid.