One of the worst reality show cliches is the false outrage that occurs when people continue to be friendly with those that have been determined to be "outcasts". Libra is easily the worst offender, with April right behind her.
Libra is growing increasingly angry that Keesha is now starting to spend time with the outsiders (Angie, Steven, Dan, etc.), and has been pissed from day one that Angie does the same. Yes, Angie has played a terrible game by not mingling more, but she has done what the Queens have desired. It's not enough, though, as Libra has complained all day that she can't get why she won't separate from the people they want them to.
Here's another example. A few minutes ago, Steven was complaining to Libra about how he did exactly what he was told to do and vote to evict Brian, yet found himself nominated. Libra's response? "You voted him out, but you voted by hanging out with them." Steven said that was friendship, not game, but "perception is everything". Ugh.
As I write this, Jerry just came into the room to announce it's time for the veto competition.
Jerry had a bit of a heart to heart with Angie and told her she really needed to start playing the game and stop being so passive. I couldn't agree more. She will be a no-guilt vote out by her fellow house guests the way she has been acting. She even has said to some that if/when she is nominated she will not campaign to stay. How the heck did she get put in this house with that attitude?
Keesha expressed to Libra last night that she doesn't want Steven to be voted out - I would look for her to campaign for him to stay - and if she wins the POV she might just use it to keep him from leaving.
I am really hoping that some of this gets some actual campaigning and conflict in the house, things have just been too easy and quiet this first week. Maybe it is just me. Another part of me feels that this Spring's BB is too fresh and is hurting interest in BB10.