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.