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It's In The Genes

If there was any doubt where this creature Elissa came from, this latest conversation with McCrae erased it. She had been pretty quiet throughout the morning, taking a lot of time with the Bible. (Oh yes, I can see the CBS edit now.) Then she headed up to the HOH to talk to McCrae, and it was right out of the Rachel playbook. There were lots of babbling how the audience would love to see the two of them work together, and how Aaryn has been bullying her. It's gone on, and the only difference is that Elissa does this in a more passive-aggressive voice than Rachel's high pitched whine. It's the same speech, though, almost word for word.

Look, I can understand that she's worried about being put up. She should fight to stay in if that's the case. But of all the targets in the house, it's not coincidental that her main enemy is the pretty little blonde girl. It's not somebody who is an actual threat to go far. It's somebody who knows nothing about the game. Kind of reminiscent of Rachel versus Cassie, right?


Dead In The Water....The Night Owl

Well so far tonight, nothing happened.  No really, nothing.  Nothing out of the ordinary or new anyway.

The day started very very early when BB woke up the HGs to rush the veto ceremony.  Dan was called to the DR and was tipped off that he should be concerned about being back doored and then they instantly started the veto meeting before Frank could even finish talking to Boogie about the idea of putting Dan up.  So, needless to say, the feeds came back and everything stayed the same.  Thanks a lot production.  The chance was small in the first place, but they definitely made sure it wouldn't happen once Frank started really pushing the issue with Boogie.

After the meeting Joe hugged Frank and Boogie (so obvious) and Wil had a panic attack. The rest of the house commenced daily boringness of playing in the pool and sleeping.  The general consensus of course is that Wil is dead in the water. There really is no hope. I would be willing to bet every penny I have that nothing will change between now and Thursday and he will be the one walking out the door...sigh..there goes my overnight entertainment.

There was a moment tonight where Britney said she wanted to talk to Wil and that she was considering her options, but unfortunately because dingbat crazy eyes was told by Ian the worm that Wil was after Dan, she has had on her mean pouty puss all day and each time Britney brought up the idea of considering their options she has said "No, I KNOW Wil is after Dan. He HAS to go!". 

To add insult to injury, before Wil can even talk to Britney, Joe comes over to the hammock where Britney and Danielle are talking and tells his own version of what he thinks happened the night prior.  He spins a story involving Wil saying he wanted Britney, Danielle, Shane, or Dan to leave this week in exchange for safety and that he made a deal with Frank but that Frank completely blew it off.  He went on to say that his integrity is obviously higher than Wil's and that he really wants to be there blah blah blah.

Upon Joe's exit from the hammock Danieel seethes "I KNEW IT! I JUST KNEW HE WAS AFTER US! HE HAS TO GO!".  Britney puts her own spin on it recalling a conversation that happened about a week ago before noms happened saying that Wil was a liar because he said he wanted to work with she and Shane. 

The problem with all of these conversations is that there are tiny TINY bits of truth in them..just enough to make it look suspicious and they are all taken out of context.  Wil did not go upstairs and say what Joe said he did.  He just went and pled his case...he tried to fight which is what anyone would do on the block.  He basically said "why waste a week on me or Joe when there are bigger targets in the house."  He strongly implied Dan, but definitely didn't say Britney or Danielle.  The part about wanting to work with Britney and Shane was a conversation they had before Noms when he told her that he had no one but Ashley to work with and she was hurt and that he would like SOMEONE to work with and would be open to talking to she and Shane. I think it's a damned if you do and damned if you don't mentality.  If you talk to people you are a liar and a schemer. If you don't talk to anyone you are just floating and not playing the game.

Anyway...after this hammock discussion Danielle went inside and told all Joe's lies and Britney's spins to Dan as if they were truths that she actually knew to be fact.  Apparently Joe is trustworthy now and none of them can see that Joe has a deal with Frank and Boogie. Good grief. She then went on to bitch and complain about how Shane is such a dick because he talked about how hot Dani Donato is.  Dan cut her off with "This is why I said NO SHOWMANCES".

There are a lot of little conversations like this going on in the house, but none of them vary far away from the same general idea which is get Wil out first and hope it's a fast forward or DE so they can get Joe out.

Meanwhile Joe continues to lie and scream his cooking shows at the camera and tell big whopping stories that annoy the shit out of everyone.  Danielle continues to act like a psycho about pretty much everything.  Britney continues to talk shit about everyone and somehow not be found out, and the boys in the house work out and occasionally make comments about how they are definitely keeping Joe.

I'm kind of bored to tears with these people right now. I don't feel like anything exciting will happen until at least Thursday. I'm to the point of most likely going to bed at 2am rather than holding out for 6am when they all go to bed.

I am of course sad that my favorite is going to be walking out the door.  I hoped and I hoped but alas hope has failed ...oh well..on to the next one.

But alas...I probably could have written this blog in two simple words "Nothing changed".


An Alternative View to the Coach/Player Situation

We all know what happened last night. Thanks to Willie's ouster and producer Allison Grodner's silly love for former players, the supposed results of the America's Choice poll brought the coaches officially into the game. We knew this was going to happen anyway, but that doesn't halt our frustration that CBS will not allow a pure game.

Despite the exploding heads of most of my Big Brother friends, I'm not convinced that this will result in a replay of last year. Let's go back to the season thirteen cast. The "noobs" were primarily cast becuase they were fans of the six returning players. They loved and adored them, and spent the majority of the season kissing up to them. Add in a mysterious couple of twists to ensure Rachel stuck around, and it was clear that it would be next to impossible for a noob to win.

That's not the case this year. There's no hero worshipping...or little of it. Janelle may be respected for her hard gameplay in her two seasons, and Dan is loved by the catlady crowd, but it's tepid compared to Jejo or Brenchel, and there aren't exaclty fan clubs out there for Britney or Boogie. 

Almost a month into this season, there are few seriously deep ties to any of the vets, and the couple that exist have sort of developed in a natural fashion. Dan has done a fabulous job building up a smidget of confidence in Danielle, and Frank and Boogie are truly friends. Well, the opportunistic Boogie sees a way to further himself through Frank. 

Otherwise, I don't believe the majority of these people will have any problem nominating or voting against the former coaches. Again, ignore what Danielle is doing this week. There are exceptions to every rule, and the move to eliminate them can be pushed back a week. If Wil survives the week, he'll go after them, as will Frank (if he survives), Shane, Jenn, Joe, and even possibly Ian and Ashley.

Of course, it doesn't matter if they would nominated the coaches if they don't win HOH, and that's the other major difference from last year. Brendon, Rachel, Jeff, and Danielle (the real one; not this year's mess) were competition whores who believed they needed to win every week. That's not the case this year. Britney is no competitor, Boogie's heart isn't even in the game, and Dan will continue to throw competitions unless he makes it to the last couple of weeks.

Sure, Janelle is primarily known for winning multiple competitions in her seasons. That time has come and gone, though. She's overly-confident, and is not in the same shape that she was back during her seasons. Like her buddy Boogie, her best days are past her, and that's not a slam on the woman. It's a fact of life all of us have to go through.

I could be completely off on this assessment, but let's not jump on the sad wagon just yet. Let's see how this plays out over the next two weeks. Even with Danielle's horrific nominations (if they go as planned), the veto competition could completely change the game. Maybe a coach will indeed head out the door next week. I sure hope so!


Willie has a blowup with Frank last night. Who ended up in worse shape?

Have you heard about the fight that took place last night yet? Surely you have.

Read Scott's last post to get up to speed if you missed all the 'goings ons' earlier in the day.

The fight between Frank and Willie came about because Willie got word from Britney that Frank was going around saying that Willie was saying, "homosexual slurs" about Wil (see the youtube clip below to listen to exactly what Willie said and how he said it).  Willie decided to confront Frank on it and that was the spark.  Frank said he only said Willie was making fun of Wil but that didn't calm Willie down.  Willie was very frustrated that he felt he has been lobbying all week to keep Frank safe and now he found out Frank was bad mouthing him. Franks main issue in his reply to Willie was that he was mad Willie seemed to be playing with the votes - trying to make them come out a certain way instead of just working for a 7-1 vote (assuming Danielle will vote to evict Frank no matter what).

In the end Willie came out looking much the worse.  He is now determined to try to get Frank out, the problem as I see it is he doesn't have the support.  Willie thinks he has Ashley's support but Ashley seems on board with Joe, Frank, Ian, Wil and Jenn as a part of the new "Diversity" alliance (the members are all on Boogie and Janelle's team but neither Janelle or Boogie had a part in its formation).

I'd say that around 36 hours from the first live eviction, Kara will be heading out on a 5-3 vote.  I'd also imagine the producers want to see Frank stay as well so expect little encouragement to change the current feelings in the house.

Flashback times to see the action:

  • Tuesday 2:13pm Cam 3 - Willie makes fun of Wil to Brit and Frank.
  • Tuesday 2:53pm Cam 1 - Frank tells Joe and Jenn what Willie said.
  • Tuesday 10:15pm Cam 1 - Willie get upset in the HoH room about the "gay slur" rumors.
  • Tuesday 10:24pm Cam 3 - Willie goes off on Frank - lasts over 10 minutes.