The man is desperate to save himself from nomination (and who can blame him). Yes, he's spent a lot of time trying to talk Keesha out of putting Angie on the block, but he's seen that's impossible. After the food competition, he made his way back up to HOH, and informed her that Angie had said she would have nominated April and Libra if she had won HOH. Keesha agreed, though, that it makes sense that she would go after the women that were going after her.
After more meaningless chitchat, Keesha just told him she won't nominate him if he would promise not to use the POV to save her. He quickly agreed. A few minutes later, she asked if he would vote to evict her. The answer is yes because he "doesn't want to pull the trigger so early in the game".
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The feeds are now showing the fish, but a few minutes ago the hamsters were called together to wait for what is probably the food competition. They're hoping, of course, that it's a luxury comp. I hope to God that slop is involved, and Queen Libra once again finds herself on the losing side without either Renny or Jerry, just so we can see who she blames this week.
It's funny how the people complaining about Angie staying away from the group (Keesha, Libra) are the only two people not gathered in the living room.
From the Orlando Sentinel:
"Big Brother" host Julie Chen is impressed by player Angie Swindell, a pharmaceutical sales rep from Orlando.
"I think she can go far, based on her intellect," Chen told me at a CBS party Friday night. "What might cut her life short in the Big Brother house is that she comes across as smart, and that is a threat. The other house guests see it and feel it. She's at a point in her life where she's not going to be a phony. She's not going to make side deals with everybody and double-cross them. If you're being true to who you are, and you're brutally honest, people see that as a threat. She's a strong woman, and that might cost her the game."
But Chen noted that it's very early in the game. The next "Big Brother" airs at 8 p.m. Sunday on WKMG-Channel 6.
"They tend to get rid of people for the wrong reasons, based on emotions," Chen said.
But Swindell, who is 30, has touched Chen.
"She feels she's been to hell and back, between getting married, going through a divorce, entering her 30s, figuring out who she is and being proud of who she is," Chen said. "In the Big Brother world, as long as you can be honest and who you are, the fan base will support you."
Swindell attended a casting call in Florida and has said her strategy is to lay low.
She told The Associated Press: "I'm motivated because I'm a big fan of the show, but I'm more motivated that I have a chance to win $500,000. I just have to keep telling myself that if I start feeling all queasy about the 24-7 thing, there's an end to the means."
Chen said she remains committed to "Big Brother."
"I love the show," she said. "It's not work for me. If I didn't do this show, I would watch it and talk about it as passionately as I am now because I would be discussing it with my best friend."
Ever since Saturday night's "talk show", my girl has been much more active than in the previous two weeks. She still stays away from the hens (except for Keesha), but it was her idea last night to play Sexual Password. Today, she was also the ringleader of the Slip 'n' Side fun.
Most importantly, she's been actually talking game with a few people. She just had a long chat with Memphis, where she told him her goal was to send Libra packing. Memphis says she's also driving him nuts, and he almost blew up when Libra complained that they were using up all of the dish soap on the Slip 'n' Side. I hope to God that Angie's goal actually happens soon.
This is why I don't like April. Ollie's talking to Angie, and of course that's awful. She thinks she's flirting with him because she's jealous of their "relationship". Get over yourself. This whole "how dare you talk to the 'other side'" garbage needs to end soon.
Libra has some "wisdom" for her. "Put your boobies in his face, put your ass on him." Um, that's already happened.
BTW, when are the rest of them going to realize that the one person who is playing both sides is Keesha? She tells Angie and Steven she HATES Libra and April, and where is she at most of the time?
Happy Sunday, everybody! Welcome to episode four of the tenth season of Big Brother. Tonight we’ll see the ramifications of Jessie winning HOH, plus the (boring) unveiling of his HOH room, and the big reveal of his nominations.
After the summation of the season so far (I do love the Renny/Jessie bitchfest), we start right in with Brian’s eviction. Dan admits that staying true to Brian until the end and being his sole vote makes him “stick out like a sore thumb”. Steven says he was close to tears, and Ollie says that while he felt responsible for Brian’s eviction “my relationship with April is more important than the agreement I made”. Yeah, we know it is.
Jerry says he doesn’t feel any remorse for going back on his word, and then we have a great moment. My girl Angie makes her first diary room appearance. She’s sad that she had to vote against Brian because “now I’ve got to deal with people that have gotten on my nerves”. Damn, I love her.
We now see the overly-dramatic change in Brian’s picture, and Libra is all full of herself. “My biggest threat (is) out of the house. I could have done a dance, a jig, a high-step, a frickin’ flip.” Um, you’re biggest threat? (I won’t go into Jessie and Renny’s idiotic babbling.)
Sitting at the table, Jerry tells everybody that Julie hit on the betrayal theme in his HOH speech. “I don’t think it was betrayal”, responds Jessie. (Ugh.) Once again, we hear about his lack of military garb, which Dan jumps on. Renny babbles some nonsense, and Jerry jumps on her for it. “He broke his word with me!”
Now we move on to the HOH competition. “It’s probably the best feeling in the world right now”, he says. “I see this as an opportunity to get back at Renny. She should have at least apologized.” Jesus, get over it, steroid boy.
Keesha laughs at April’s enthusiastic leap into Jessie’s arms (which at least gave us a great view of her thighs). “I felt it was totally fake. I think she was being a little Barbie bitch.”
Angie has a forced smile on her face because she knows she could be in trouble. “(Jessie) has suspicions that I was trying to keep Brian in the house based on the fact I was hanging out with him. It was a dumb move on my part.”
Renny says that his winning HOH is her biggest nightmare. “It’s going to be a long week.” Steven, meanwhile, is pissed that suddenly “they” (Keesha, Libra, etc.) are acting like they’re his best friends. “They want to divide the house into two. Those that liked Brian, and those that didn’t like Brian.”
Ok, this is enough of this crap, as we get to watch Jessie continue to celebrate. Jerry even says “I think we created a monster.” Jessie moves into the storage room with Memphis to continue to celebrate. “Jessie and I see eye to eye on a lot of things.” Ugh, Jessie goes on to say “everybody thinks that I’m a body without a brain”. Please, make it stop.
OMG, it goes on and on, as now Ollie, Michelle, and Libra jump for joy. Angie walks in on the “fun”, and admits that she “doesn’t like the people on their side”. Neither do I, my dear.
Steven and Dan are out in the kitchen, and a dejected Steven sits in silence as Dan says that “the one thing you won’t see me do is kiss his ass”. Meanwhile, Jessie is STILL celebrating, this time with Ollie and Jerry. Steven, though, says that he’s not worried as he’s never had a “beef” with him. Dan knows he’s going, though, but “I’m not going to surrender…but I’m going to have to be creative.”
With the celebration (thankfully) over, it’s time for Libra to decide what’s going to happen…at least in her mind. She asks April what she thinks about Steven. “I want him out.” April agrees that it should be Steven and Angie on the house. In fact, April wants Angie out before Steven. Michelle walks in, and agrees.
Now the segment I dread – Jessie’s HOH. Food, candy, and so-called “perfect” pictures. Yeah, yeah, yeah – we know you’re a weightlifter. Renny claims that her son “has better legs”. I’m starting to like her. At least everybody else is as bored as I am, and April says that she likes guys with a “little cushion”. Hmmm, maybe I should be focusing more on her.
Ohmigod, he goes on and on about his amazing body. Dan laughs that he’s got maybe one or two photos with family and friends, and the rest are of him posing. “If everybody in the house knows one thing, it’s that Jessie loves Jessie”.
Jessie notices in the spy cam that Steven didn’t bother coming up. Of course, he’s offended. “I really didn’t care” is his explanation. Good for you. “It’s pretty disrespectful”, complains Jessie. Ugh.
After everybody leaves, the “brain trust” sits in silence until Jerry leaves. Jessie immediately says he’s going to put up Renny, which causes both Libra and April to throw him dirty looks. They all say that instead of her they need to go after Steven, but Jessie claims that he “really doesn’t think he can win”.
Michelle wants Steven and Dan, and says that obviously Keesha is on “their side” as she’s now sitting outside with them. “I hate people that go from one side to the next”, whines April.
Keesha and my girl are outside bitching about the cattiness of the other girls. Keesha claims that she’s trying really hard not to be like that. “I try to escape but April is always there. I really don’t like her.”
April, meanwhile, is pleading for Steven to put up Angie. Noooooooo. Steven still wants to put up Renny, but Queen Libra is having none of that. “Forget putting Renny up there, period.”
After the break, Jerry is talking to Angie and Libra about the fact his wife has Parkinson’s disease. Libra asks about putting her in a hospice, and Jerry says that he promised her that as long as he’s physically able he will never do that to her. He tells them that a month ago, she told him to put her in a nursing home but he can’t do that to his best friend of 54 years. Both Angie and Libra are in tears.
We move on to Steven talking to Dan and Keesha about being gay. Although Steven says he’s been open to everybody about this aspect of his life, Dan claims that he was the last to know. In the diary room, he goes on that being in the house has been an “eye-opening experience”. This is another segment that’s nothing but filler.
Meanwhile, Angie is lying in bed when Jessie wanders in. She asks to go up to his room. Damn, I’d love to hear that same question. Angie says that she doesn’t want things to keep being like they had been the last 24 hours. Jessie, as usual, whines about how she “could have come up to me…you took the one guy that wanted Memphis, Michelle and myself out and aligned yourself with him”. Angie says that 95% of her conversations with Brian had nothing to do with the house, and that when they did talk about the game she was telling him that she was not voting for him. Jessie doesn’t buy it, especially when Angie admits that for a “half hour last night” she attempted to swing some votes for him.
Oh god. He goes on to lecture her about how everybody thinks he’s just all muscles, and how “that’s what I wanted them to think”. We get it, Jessie, you’re a stud. I truly hate him.
After another commercial break, we come back to more filler with Steven and Keesha talking about their love of animals. “My dog, honestly, he comes before everybody”, says Keesha. “Even before my significant others. I mean other.” Steven breaks her heart by telling her that after three months, their pets are going to forget them. This is quite the conversation.
It’s now time for the food competition, which actually happened after the nominations. Jessie has a fake moustache and is babbling in a terrible phony French accent. April’s not happy with the people that are on her team, especially since it includes both Jerry and Renny. She and Libra both openly bitch about this fact as they change into the competition clothing.
So this dumb contest includes looking for corks and filling up wine glasses, and Jessie’s accent is bothering the hell out of me. Libra is already whining about how she can’t be on slop again. I won’t bother with the play by play, but Angie says that Dan is the star of the game. Keesha does say that Renny did very well in the competition, which Renny says it’s because “if anybody knows wine, it’s me”.
If you haven’t figured it out by now, the green team won, which meant that Libra and April are back on slop (as are Renny, Jerry, and Michelle). As expected, Libra and April are pissed, and immediately begin bitching at each other. Keesha is loving the fact that those two are fighting.
Dan asks Jessie is he can use the HOH bathroom, thinking it’s an opportunity to chat with him. Unfortunately, Jessie is too stupid to understand, and continues to sit at the kitchen table. Finally, he comes up but with Ollie. Dan races into the bathroom, but Jessie has forgotten that he gave him permission. Mission failed. Ooof.
Another useless segment – Libra wants to know why Memphis never shows emotion. He goes on to talk about his father’s death, and how he didn’t get to know him until he was 15. Then Memphis says that he got his heart broken by a woman. Cue the inspirational piano music!
Dan makes another attempt to talk to Jessie, and he actually gets an audience this time. He tells him that although he expects to go up, his sticking with Brian proves that he’s a man of his word. “But…if there’s anything you can think of, I’m open”. Jessie responds that “the way you handled it, as opposed to the way other people handled it - I think you know who I’m talking about – I understand.”
Finally, after an extremely long hour, we get to the nominations. Angie’s worried that she’ll be put up, and Renny says that “she never feels safe…but he should go after somebody else”. Dan is feeling a bit more confident that his conversation helped his case. Steven says that Jessie’s cockiness means that he doesn’t see anybody as a threat, and that it’s certain other people that will control who he nominates.
Jessie pulls out the first key, which is Keesha. This is followed by Ollie, Michelle, Jerry, April, Libra, Memphis, Angie, and Renny. The nominees are Steven and Dan. Jessie says that both of them “showed their cards way too soon, so as far as I’m concerned you’re both against me. In addition to that, you (Steven) didn’t come upstairs. You showed a lot of disrespect last night” Steven says that he was asleep and didn’t realize that he had received his key, but Jessie whines that it “took you almost 24 hours to come up there”.
Steven says it best. “Jessie is a tool. I also think he’s a tool of people in the house.” Dan’s not as upset because he knew it was coming. Renny, meanwhile, is ecstatic. “My strategy worked. I just kind of laid low and not cause any trouble or waves right now.” Jessie says that there’s no reason that Dan can’t be in his alliance, as opposed to Steven “who will definitely be going out the door”.
That’s it for tonight. Can I get my hour back?
I swear whenever Michelle's featured on the cams I immediately go to mute. She just goes on and on and on about nothing. Everybody in the house knows everything about her life and family. What we've been saying since day one was noted by somebody last night - she's this year's Amber.
Incidentally, Steven immediately told Libra that he tried to backdoor her...and you can imagine her reaction.