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Friday
Jul042014

The Day Timer - July 4 edition

The Battle of the Block has already happened -- which at first had me quite annoyed this morning. "Holy good gravy," I thought, using one of my own catch phrases to myself. "Eviction, new HOHs, two times two nominations, and Battle of the Block all happened within the last 12 hours?!"

The eviction and double-HOH battle are timed for the live Thursday show, but why would the producers do all that other stuff only hours later, before most of us woke up today?

@carlosv_1031 had the answer: Most of the show crew gets the July 4 holiday off work, so producers had the house guests deal with the nominations and Battle earlier than usual.

So this makes for the extremely rare opportunity to scoop fellow contributor Ash, whose Night Owl posts are the most useful daily reads in all Big Brother blogosphere. At least here on the web, as this is old news to anybody who follows @ashes2ashes13 and @BBGossip. (Go follow them both right this instant.)

We'll see the Battle of the Block on the Sunday show, but here are the results:

  • Hayden and Nicole won the battle, so they're safe this week.
  • HOH #1 Amber, who put them on the block, is dethroned and no longer safe. But she's not the target.
  • HOH #2 Devin reigns this week.
  • Devin's nominees Brittany and Paola are still on the block, and Brittany is the current target.

Devin was the house's real target for this week -- but as I'm learning, Big Brother always finds a way to keep such players around. Will Brittany really be the next one to go? Or will the Power of Veto winner save her? Will Paola win any comps? Talk about it below or share your comments @uselesstraffic.

Friday
Jul042014

The Night Owl - Thurs Night

CODY AND AMBER ARE YOUR NEW HOHs..wait, let me try that again, DEVIN AND AMBER ARE YOUR NEW HOHs.  Hold on.. it didn't sound right. DEVIN IS YOUR NEW HOH.

It's true that Devin hasn't been crowned the HOH yet, but it is all but set to happen.  At the end of the show tonight we saw Cody de-throned after they reviewed the tape and saw that his foot touched the ground before his hand touched the buzzer.  So they gave the second HOH place to Devin who was in second place in the competition.

All the HGs immediately started scrambling to talk about who should be nominated with Caleb making the most noise about trying to control Amber's nominations.  The game changed when Devin won that second HOH spot because he was originally the target of pretty much the whole house.  But, we all know that if you don't want one person to win HOH, that is exactly who will get it. Devin made it his first priority to go to Donny and tell him that there was no way he would be nominated and that he would never ever put him up.

Devin pretty quickly made clear that he wanted to nominate Paola and Brittany.  No let me clarify, he TOLD Paola she was being nominated, got warned about it and then continued throughout the night to tell her how to react when he nominated her. Brittany already knew she was Devin's target without needing him to tell her. She cried for a while and then cried a little bit more.  I hate to see her so defeated because I would like to see her fight hard to actually win the BOB comp, but how confident can you really be when you know you'll be partnered with Paola.

Then the "Nominations Today" sign came on and there was even more scrambling because suddenly it was only 90 minutes until nominations presumably so they can have the BOB competition sometime Friday afternoon, or possibly a Have-Not comp then BOB.

But here is where it gets really interesting, and for me, super frustrating.  I was happy for Amber and her HOH win and was hoping she would devise a strategy to get the HOH and backdoor Devin if he didn't playin veto just like everyone else wanted to do earlier.  But then it starts to become more and more clear (because she is literally saying it out loud) that poor Amber doesn't want to be HOH.  She doesn't want to hurt anyone's feelings, she doesn't want to get any blood on her hands, and she doesn't want to have to do the job of an HOH.  She just wanted a picture of her family.  That's all.  So she LITERALLY makes her nominations based on what Devin and Caleb tell her to do and the fact that she wants her nominations to win the BOB so that she doesn't have to be HOH.  I could scream! Why on EARTH would you come on Big Brother to not play the game?

So Amber decides on the suggestion of Devin to nominate Nicole and Hayden.  Devin, never one to be detoured by rules or warnings, made sure Nicole knew she would be going up as well.  I mean really, CBS? You take an HOH from Cody after reviewing the tape, but you continue to let Devin break the rules over and over and over and over and over after he has been warned and don't even take one of his nominations away from him? Sigh..

I finally got frustrated with watching the circular nomination talks and decided to follow Zach who was more concerned with the fact that he can't poop than he was with nominations or Amber's unwillingness to be HOH.  I have to get my entertainment where I can, guys.

Then it was time for nominations..

When the feeds returned, as expected, Brittany and Paola were nominated by Devin and Nicole and Hayden were nominated by Amber.  Devin immediately went to work talking himself up to Nicole and Hayden and telling them how his plan was in place for them to win.  He told Paola to throw the comp so that Brittany would stay on the block.  So he feels he has insured that Hayden and Nicole will win the BOB and he will remain HOH with Brittany and Paola remaining on the block.

Meanwhile Cody was all fired up and talking to Christine downstairs.  He said he was going to push for Paola to go home this week and not Brittany.  He talked about how much he hated Devin and how he would rather go home than be pushed around by him.  Christine agreed and as of now seems to be on board for pushing for Paola to leave instead of Brittany.  I hope it works.  I'm loving Cody all fired up and actually playing now that he is a Have, and if they can't get rid of Devin this week, I would love to see Paola walk so that Devin and Caleb don't have the constant insurance of putting her on the block and having her throw the BOB comps for them.

The HGs are all still up and scrambling, but it's mostly the same things being said over and over. Paola is telling Brittany she isn't going to throw the comp (we shall see).  Devin, Caleb, and Amber are acting like a united front to Nicole and Hayden going on and on and on about playing with honesty and integrity, how hard this whole thing is for Amber (boo freakin hoo) and of course, about Devin's Daughter.  Christine, Zach, and Cody are all scrambling around going between telling people what they want to hear, and talking about the idea of keeping Brittany and getting Paola out.

It's after 6am in my world, so I must depart to get some sleep even though they are still awake. Paola is currently trying to strike a bargain with Caleb and Devin to send Victoria home in a later week as a favor to her for throwing the BOB competition.  They are not taking the bait.  I think we will probably see some fireworks at some point this weekend (not the 4th of July kind).  Cody and Brittany are both on the verge of losing it over the Devin thing, and Devin himself is just a loose cannon in general, so the prospect for drama is high. I'm looking forward to seeing what happens after the BOB comp.  Until tomorrow night...

 

 

 

Thursday
Jul032014

Big Brother Season 16, Episode 5 Recap 

Here we are with the first eviction of the season. Will it be the goofy “DJ” that speaks in baby talk? Or will it be the blue-haired hairdresser who somehow was voted for “Team America” but annoyed feedwatchers with her constant babbling?

We’ll also see how the show is going to handle the double HOH issue. Will there be separate teams again, or will the competition give the title to the top two finishers?

So let’s get to it after a super super-lengthy recap of the first week of the show. (Is it just me, or have these intros seemed longer than usual this year?) We kick off with the reactions to Donny coming off the block, replaced by Joey. Caleb hugs her, and tells her not to take it personally. She responds that it was a mistake, as it wasn’t what the house wanted. This is dumb. Caleb doesn’t like anybody, particularly a girl, to tell him he’s wrong. He doesn’t think she’s in any position to have such an opinion.

Now Pow Pow is talking to Caleb, and she’s telling him that she wants to stay. Caleb tells her that she has nothing to worry about, as Joey has “dug her own grave”. Pow Pow says she’s decided to just lay low this week.

We’re now shown a bunch of girls laying out in the sun, and Joey has decided that seven is her lucky number because that’s how many votes she needs. Since she was born on February 7, she somehow believes she has a shot to save herself. Silly girl. She works on Brittany and Nicole, and Brittany actually does want to save her. Neither girl gives her any real reason for hope, although Nicole happily reads the diary room script to make it seem like it may happen.

Devin is now asking Victoria (and Amber) who they’re leaning towards keeping in the bathroom. Devin wants it to be unanimous, so he tells Victoria that he needs to vote against the house. “Those who vote against the house will be targets.” This upsets Victoria. “I didn’t come into the house to play Devin’s game.” Others have entered the bathroom, including Zach, who is pissed that he would ask that.

Devin is then shown informing everybody else in different rooms that it has to be unanimous. Frankie responds in the diary room like I’ve been thinking. “As long as we have the votes, what does it matter?”

Joey is still campaigning, though, and now she’s working on Christine, who thinks it may be too early to go against the house. Joey wants to know why this would matter. “You’re the first target”, she responds. She then moves on to Zach, and attempts to work out a deal, but Zach says he’s voting with the house. He wants her to stay, though, and says there is a possibility that Devin and Caleb may change their mind.

Knowing she has little shot, Joey decides to “do something crazy” to hopefully get her votes. She dresses up as a man, Alex. How this will help her I have no clue, and I’m assuming the diary room told her to do this. Dressed in her costume, and then accentuating it with a “bulge”, she goes in and out of rooms yelling and doing other “manly” things like lifting weights. Nobody seems to really care, including the viewers, although once again Nicole happily reads the diary room cue cards. Pow Pow is thrilled, though. “Everybody knows Joey is crazy.”

After the first commercial break, it’s time to show the insanity of Caleb. He’s shown giving Amber lustful looks, and saying she’s “smokin’ hot”. He says he’s had a crush on her since the first day, and we get a montage of silly things he’s said about her. She wants him, you know. Frankie says it “seems kind of eighth grade”.

Cue the piano music, as Amber is now in the HOH room with him. He professes his desire for her, or attempts to, but his plea dies when he says “there’s a certain way you look at me”. Amber is horrified, and the room instantly cools. She thanks him for talking, and exits the room as quickly as possible. Caleb is still clueless. “I’m not going to give up”, he says.

With that over, it’s eviction time! Joey gets to talk first, and she says she’s physically and mentally stronger than Pow Pow. “Pick me. Keep a strong person in the pool.” Pow Pow responds by saying “thanks, Joey, for saying I suck at competitions”. Good one, silly girl. She wants to stay in the house, and “I do have a big heart. I still have a lot of fight in me.” That made more sense than anything she’s said so far this season.

Voting then starts with Devin, who votes to evict Joey, as does Derrick, Frankie, and Cody. For some reason, we then go to commercials. Zach is up next when we get back, and he also votes to evict Joey, as does Brittany, Nicole, Christine, Victoria, Jocasta, Hayden, Amber, and Donny. Yep, Devin got his wish with an unanimous vote.

Julie then announces the decision, and Joey calmly hugs everybody before departing. While we wait for the interview, Brittany is shown crying but nobody talks. Julie begins the interview by asking if she’s surprised it was unanimous, and dumb Joey thinks she had this all-girl alliance. What? Julie carries on with this topic, but Joey is unable to really give anything back. Let’s face it. Joey is worthless as a Big Brother contestant.

Finally, we get to the goodbyes. Frankie is first, and he says how much he loved her. “We’re cut from the same cloth”, but does add that she wasn’t made for this game. Pow Pow says she’s sad that Joey’s gone, but she’s happy that she survived. “I’m going to miss you, but I’m definitely not going to miss Alex.” Nicole gives an ultra-gooey “I loved every second” statement, and Caleb the expressed the Bomb Squad crap. “You just got blew up, baby girl.” Joey says he’s stupid, and says she knew they had this giant alliance. Julie finished by teasing the fact there’s an undercover cop and a brother of a pop star in the house, and that since the Team America player was evicted next week will see two people voted in.

With Joey’s stint over, it’s now time for the HOH competition, and this week there will be a male and female winner. This competition has a “Greek Week” theme, and the girls and boys will compete separately. It’s called “BB Rager”, and they have to walk across a balance beam toa  stack of kegs. They then have to haul “kegs” back to the other side, and stack them. Those not playing are able to throw frisbees at the other competitors.

The girls go first, and Amber jumps to an early lead, and Pow Pow far behind (again). One of Brittany’s kegs falls over, so she’s out of the game. Amber lays down her final keg, and wins!

Before the boys take their turn, there’s another ad break. A long, long ad break. When it finally kicks off, and Hayden sprints to the lead. Derrick is out almost immediately, and Cody is not far behind Hayden. Devin begins to catch up, and Hayden falls as he is running back after his last keg. Cody barely beats Devin to the buzzer, and is the male HOH!!

Or is he? Wait, there may be a problem with the ending. Julie says there needs to be a review of the tape! But first, we find out that Donny is this week’s Team America winner! Yes! Yes! Yes! That’s the only person I want in this awful twist. He’s almost in tears as he reads the announcement.

This final commercial break seems to go on forever. Julie then comes in and announces that Cody’s foot hit the ground before he hit the button. That makes Devin the new HOH!

 

 

Thursday
Jul032014

The Night Owl - weds night

HOUSE MEETING!

I could tell you about all the really unimportant inane things that happened in the house tonight, but I will try to keep those things short and sweet since what you really need to know about is the house meeting called by Devin. 

Most of the day and night was pretty mundane and typical with a lot of musings between various groups about what they would do if they won HOH on Thursday.  Joey campaigned a little bit but to no avail. 

Zach picked the brain of quite a few of the girls to see who their targets were.  Since his plans are to throw the coming HOH competition, I believe he was trying to insure he is completely safe before throwing the competition. 

Caleb continued to obsess about Amber all day and ALMOST all night long...

But then, a mere hour before time for the Have-Nots to have their feast of food, all hell broke loose.  I'm not entirely sure how Devin started talking about a house meeting or how the whole Amber and Caleb thing started coming to a head because I took a momentary feed break.  But when I came back to the feeds, Devin was talking about calling a house meeting because of his guilt, Amber was crying in the bathroom with Paola and Jocasta talking to her about what Devin said about her, and Frankie was explaining to Caleb how Amber had absolutely no idea what has been going on.  He told him that she didn't in fact talk about him and say that he was self centered or any of the things that Devin told Caleb she said about him.

Then Frankie convinced Amber to go and talk to Caleb.  Everything actually went very well. Amber explained that she had no ill will toward Caleb and had no idea that he had been told she was talking about him.  Caleb spilled his guts like an awkward middle schooler and let go of what I think is about a weeks worth of tension.  By the end of the conversation they were laughing and talking about competitions.  I don't know that Caleb will ever actually "get it" that Amber doesn't want to be with him...but I think he at least feels better. Maybe he will talk about something else in between going on about Amber now.

Meanwhile, Devin started by first going to Donny and telling him that he alone was responsible for Donny being put on the block and becoming the target.  He admitted to Donny that Caleb didn't want to put him up, but that he thought Donny wasn't who he said he was.  He cried and told Donny he felt terrible about it because he wanted to be an example for his daughter (bet ya didn't see that one coming).  Donny graciously accepted his apology and told him that there were no hard feelings at all.

Then Devin called a house meeting!

Devin started out by crying immediately.  He told the HGs that he came in the house to be an example for his daughter (omg I know) and play a clean game blah blah blah.  He then told them all that he was the sole reason Donny had been on the block and been a target.  He said through tears that it breaks his heart to think that he thought that about Donny because Donny is the kindest and gentlest man. Donny, Amber, and Caleb were not present at the meeting, but the HGs who were gave Devin a round of applause after his speech.  Then Devin went and hid in the HOH bathroom to sob.

For a good while this is all we saw of Devin:

And while Devin was getting all the tears out, many of the other HGs including Frankie, Zach, Christine, Cody, Derrick, and Victioria were celebrating the fact that he basically just made himself the biggest target in the house and made it easy for them to get rid of him next week provided he doesn't win HOH.

Shortly after all the madness was over and done with, it was time for the have nots to become haves again and feast! And they did.

After the Have Not feast Zach and Frankie relayed to Caleb everything Devin had said to Donny and the things that he said in the house meeting. Caleb agreed that Devin is now a liability to their alliance. And he talked about Amber some.. of course.

Then Frankie, Cody, and Derrick had a conversation in the Hive Room where they re-confirmed that Devin needs to go next if they can get him out.  Their concern of course is who to put him up against in the Battle of the Block competition.  Their plan as of now is to try and get him put up with Paola so that he is crippled in the BOB competition or to put someone up with him that will throw the competition and sit next to him on the block and fight for veto.

Paola, Brittany, Jocasta and Amber also had a long discussion about getting Devin out next. They all seemed to feel he should probably be backdoored.

It was a pretty eventful night and definitely worth some flashbacks if you have the feeds.  Joey is still going home tonight, but the battle for HOH just got a lot more interesting.  If Devin wins HOH this week and his nominees lose Battle of the Block the week will likely just be more trying to get out weaker players, but if anyone else wins, it's likely that Devin will be the target.  And from what we have all seen so far, I don't see him going down quietly or going down without a fight.

I'm excited to see what happens tonight. I feel like the game is really starting now! The strategy talks and competition wins this week/weekend should make things interesting!  That's pretty much it.  Everything else that happened was just run of the mill house stuff.  As always you guys can follow me on twitter @ashes2ashes13 for more overnight feed updates.  Until tomorrow night...

 

 

Wednesday
Jul022014

Big Brother Season 16, Episode 4 Recap

The first regular Wednesday episode of the season is always one of the most interesting. While the first two broadcast consist of footage shot before the feeds are turned on, it’s the first Wednesday of the season where we can judge how producers are editing the actions of the house.

I’m intrigued in how almost everybody in the house will be characterized. Will Victoria continue to get the “spoiled princess” edit even if she’s never really acted like that in the house? How will those who have done nothing on the feeds (Jocasta, Pow Pow) be portrayed? Most importantly, just what are they going to do with the Amber and Caleb saga? (If you don’t know what I’m talking about, go back and read Ash’s posts, or listen to last week’s Big Brother Gossip Show.)

We begin tonight’s episode with the aftermath of Brittany and Victoria’s Battle of the Block victory. Everybody is still in their Battle outfits of 20’s clothing, and champagne is opened. The two winners celebrate, and “it feels amazing”. It’s also time to make us believe that safe people may end up being nominated, as Frankie claims to think he’s no longer safe. “I have no power this week. No power means you could get backdoored.” Caleb, obviously, is thrilled. “I’m still sleeping in the penthouse, baby.”

Donny is now shown changing clothes, and he says losing “sure does stink”. His “pal”, Devin, comes into the room, and tells him that he was “amazing”. Donny wanders into the other room to console Pow Pow, who feels like she lost it for them. She’s right. Donny tears up a bit, and Pow Pow says it makes her feel bad. “These young kids caring about me got me emotional”, he says in the diary room. I hate to think about what will happen when he discovers what Devin has done to him. To bring on more sentimental thoughts, the acoustic guitar comes up as we hear Pow Pow talk about how selfish she was before this game started, and how Donny is making her change her ways.

Devin and Caleb then go up to the HOH room, and celebrate with an almost-naked Frankie. They all still believe that Donny is actually a genius, and because he was good at pouring champagne he’s a real threat. Amber then joins the crew, and Devin says that his “charm and charisma” is what is leading the group. Say what???

Devin is now shown consoling Donny. Oh for fucks sake. Donny again talks about how he’s feeling a bit melancholy because everybody cares about him so much. “It touches my heart.” He wants Devin to tell them all that he’s “not pouting because I lost”. Devin thinks it’s all an act, though, because Devin is a complete buffoon. He hugs Donny anyway, but refuses to do what he’s been asked. “I think he’s a great actor.”

Filler time, as we have to sit through Nicole and Christine believing the house is haunted. This is ridiculous. I know many viewers are charmed by Nicole, but she’s a waste of space.

This is followed by a crowd in the HOH wanting Donny to put on high heels. He talks about his socks a bit, and then Amber says she’s off to go to bed. “I’m coming, too”, replies Donny. Can’t say I blame him. This pisses off Caleb, who immediately claims Donny is “ex-military. I knew that the minute he pulled his socks off”. Wait, what? Even Frankie thinks this is ridiculous. “Now he’s saying Donny is Super Soldier. What’s next, Devin? He’s Justin Bieber in a beard? Is he Ariana Grande’s brother?” Caleb adds that he thinks he’s a “killing machine”, while Devin thinks he’s ex-Navy Seal. Stop this. Please stop this. It’s the worst thing ever.

After commercials, Devin and Donny are in bed, and Devin asks if he’s been telling the truth. “My guts tell me there’s something off with Donny”, says Devin, “and I just want to give him an opportunity to come clean.” Seriously, please don’t feature Devin in the show anymore. He is making Cowboy look like a nuclear scientist.

Donny asks why Devin is asking this, and Devin’s response is that he believes Donny was in the military. Donny replies that he always wanted to be in the military, and says in the diary room that he finds the question very strange. He then talks about his job, and says if he wins HOH he can prove it by the pictures. “He made me feel like I was doing something wrong.” Donny tells Devin that he’s a good guy, and that he’s all that he has in the house.

It’s not time to reveal who is on slop this week. Yes, another one of my favorite segments. As the HOH, Caleb has to choose this week’s Have-Nots. Hayden, Joey, Brittany and Cody all volunteers. That’s pretty stupid, kids. We’re then introduced to the frozen room, and Hayden claims that he thinks it’s great.

Out of the blue, Joey is in the bathroom with a bunch of other girls, and she wants to expand El Cuatro. Too bad that she gets zero response, and Jocasta says it’s ridiculous to have an eight-girl alliance. Tell that to the Bomb Squad! Joey continues to make her point, but Amber isn’t thrilled. After all, she is in that boy’s alliance. Finally, she walks out, and Joey is upset. “It was an epic fail.”

It’s now time for this week’s token Derrick appearance. He saw the girls gather in the bathroom, and because he’s a cop he knows “something’s up”. He heads upstairs to tell Devin and Caleb, and they start to wonder who is in charge of this girl’s alliance.

Amber is brought upstairs, and she’s questioned about it. Amber doesn’t want to narc on them, but does let it out that it’s Joey. Amber says that when they’re talking, she just listens and “absorbs”. Caleb can’t let that happen, obviously.

Once another set of commercials air, Joey is complaining that she’s suddenly starting to feel like an outsider. In case you didn’t understand her point, we see footage of people walking past her without talking, or paying her no attention while they’re all sitting around. She decides that coming clean is the best idea, and goes upstairs to play chess with Devin. She tells him everything as he stares her down, and he calls her “the worst player in Big Brother history”. No, she’s in second place. You’re the worst, my friend. Wait, I may change my mind, as Joey now says that it was smart of her to get that off her chest. Um, no.

It’s time to pick the players for the Veto competition. This has not changed from last year, and that includes the script. Caleb pulls out Victoria’s name, while Pow Pow gets Zach and Donny gets Cody. Another aspect of this that hasn’t changed is the usual “I have to win this” script as the segment ends.

Pow Pow is now shown crying in the bedroom because she doesn’t think she has a chance to win with people like Zach and Cody in the competition. Jocasta tells her that it’s “unacceptable” to give up, and starts praying for her.

And with that we jump to the veto competition, which is called Miami Lice. Everybody is dressed like Miami Vice characters, and we get lots of cheeseball shots. There’s a giant tub, and one must dig through the “lice” to find letters. These letters are then to be used to spell a word, and the winner is the person with the longest word in the quickest amount of time.

Even though Jocasta just read these rules, we have to hear them again from Pow Pow. We almost must endure Princess Victoria reading the script about how this dirty pit is not the Miami she knows. Caleb mentions that he’s smart because he graduated from high school, and Donny makes another funny.

Zach actually has a strategy, but Cody doesn’t quite have one. Caleb wants to spell “specialize”, but can’t find a “p”. Donny, meanwhile, is taking his time picking up the letters he wants, and he says it’s because he doesn’t want to “wear myself out”. Pow Pow wants to spell “calculators”, but can’t find a “C”. “Worst pool party I’ve ever been to.”

Zach is the first to hit his buzzer, and is convinced he’s going to win. Donny is next, followed by Cody, Pow Pow, Victoria, and Caleb (the smart one). Zach’s word is “warning”. Cody spelled “competively”, which is disqualified. Caleb’s word is almost “specialize”, but he had no “P”. Victoria tried to spell “pharmacist”, but had no “C’s”. Pow Pow obviously didn’t spell “calculator”, or anything else for that matter. So it’s all down to Donny, who must beat Zach’s seven-letter word.

Guess what? Donny did just that, with the word “splitters”, but we don’t find this out until after the commercial. Donny is the Veto winner! “Fear the beard, thug!”

Frankie then heads into the HOH to talk to Caleb, and he wants to now go after Joey. How dare she try to start an alliance! Joey is aware of this, though, and heads up to talk to Caleb and Frankie. She apologizes, but this goes as well as expected. “You tried. No one was on board, so you failed.” Caleb adds that “it’s way too early for that”. What? He does inform her that coming clean was a good move, though, so Joey thinks she still has hope. Nope, you don’t.

There’s one more commercial break before we see the veto ceremony. Donny handles the same little cliched format as in previous years. He puts on his veto necklace and surveys the wall of photos. There’s the usual diary room comments from nominees, potential nominees, and the HOH, and then the cast is brought into the house. Obviously, he takes himself down. Caleb then gets up, and babbles for the millionth time about not wanting “blood on his hands”. He then puts up Joey. Funny how we saw none of the “what the house wants” silliness that filled up the feeds for two days, but it was mentioned in Caleb’s speech.

After a few more diary comments, the episode is over. What did you think? What was left out? Where was the Caleb obsession with Amber? Tell us what you think?





 

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