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Sunday
Jul202014

Big Brother Season 16, Episode 12 Recap

When we last saw the Big Brother cast, they were paired up in teams and were transferring eggs through chicken wire. Tonight’s episode is bound to be jam-packed, as we will be shown the “highlights” of that competition, the reactions, nominations, and the Battle of the Block competition.

Forgive me, my friends, if tonight’s recap isn’t as thorough as usual. I’m a bit distracted tonights, as I should be in Lousiville, KY for a music festival featuring The Replacements. They are hitting the stage at the exact same moment as Big Brother starts, and my phone is bound to be going off left and right with reactions and setlist updates.

I must still laugh at CBS milking this phony plot to evict Caleb last week. There was NEVER any possibility of that happening. Oh well, let’s ignore the rest of the intro recap, and go right into the HOH competition. Honestly, this is not one of the more exciting comps to watch, let alone design. That doesn’t stop CBS from giving us diary room segments from almost the entire house describing how it works. They all “have” to win, you know, although for some of them it’s only to see their kids.

Victoria isn’t doing well, and Caleb’s “man hands” make him useless. Yeah, that’s the reason. Jocasta and Britney appear to be doing pretty well, however, with Donny and Hayden right behind them. Oh wait, Zach just told Amber he loves her. I hope Caleb didn’t hear that! Frankie and Cody say they started off just moving one egg at a time, but quickly realized they need to each be working on an egg at the same time. Really, it took you that long to figure that out?

Britney and Jocasta slow down a bit, and Frankie and Cody pass them up, with little help from Derrick’s non-stop encouragement and advice. This pisses off Donny, as he is also in Team America with Derrick.

Silly music comes on Victoria continues to drop eggs. Christine makes a comment about makeup, and the rest of the house make horrible puns about her performance. Please, knock it off.

Zach and Amber jump into the lead, with most of the house (except Victoria and Christine) right behind them. We get some more “I have to win” comments from the likes of Zach and Amber, and they do look like they’re going to win. Cody says it’s time to step it up as they go down to the final egg, and they finally place get their final egg across the fence. Cody and Frankie are the new HOH’s.

Yes, there’s a lot of footage of Frankie celebrating, and Cody claims to be wondering if Caleb could possibly be his target for the week. At the same time, Caleb and Derrick both talk about how this should be an easy week for them. Derrick adds that although the Bomb Squad is no more, the remnants of that alliance are still strong.

Zach rushes into the room to congratulate Frankie, starting off with how he wants to “bang” him. Yep, that’s a way to Frankie’s heart. Zach already knows who he thinks should go up, but wants to find out who will be the fourth nominee. Frankie doesn’t want to talk about that yet, though.

Donny and Brittany are now eating ice cream, and she tells him that she doesn’t feel safe right now. You think? She knows the “Bomb Squad still kind of exists”, which means she’ll have to go up. She starts crying, and says she “feels uncomfortable whenever somebody becomes HOH”. Donny gives her some words of encouragement, but even he says he’s worried.

Ugh, it’s the “who wants to see my HOH room” segment. You guys know my feelings on this segment, especially given that Frankie is involved. Seriously, this sucks. Plus, we get more Ariana Grande chatter. Go away.

With that useless junk over, it’s back to more game talk. Five people are in the HOH room, and Zach notes that the current combo of people in the room is kind of “funny”. Derrick doesn’t get his reference, but it’s pointed out that it’s what is left of the Bomb Squad, minus Caleb, Amber, and Devin. Wait, they don’t consider Caleb part of their alliance any more? Um, no. These five (Frankie, Cody, Christine, Derrick, and Zach) are the new alliance, and they call themselves the Detonators. Yeah, exciting.

We come back from commercials to some fluffy filler, and it’s about the hotness of Zac Effron. But it’s three guys talking about him. I don’t get it. We even get diary room talk from Cody about the hotness of this actor. Why?

Woof, thankfully that’s over. Too bad it’s replaced by Frankie screaming over getting the next Team America (Fuck Yeah!) mission. They have to push the nomination of a “physical threat” to be nominated this week. It’s completely stupid, and we talked about it last night on the Big Brother Gossip Show. Footage is shown of Frankie running off to tell Derrick, and they decide Amber is the biggest female physical threat of the house. Hmmm, Derrick says the Team America alliance is their main alliance. Tell Donny that, kids. Well, they do tell Donny about the mission, but they clearly don’t really consider him a part of their group.

It’s time for the main theme of the week - Brittany whining. She has cornered Frankie, and claims to be the “old girl” in the house. She doesn’t throw herself at Cody like the other girls, and Frankie runs right upstairs to tell him. He’s insulted that she would insinuate that he would make his nominations based on flirting. “It’s insulting.”

The next scene is Cody sitting in the kitchen with Brittany. She has been up all night (this was early morning), and she is telling him that she’s “kind of over it”. She can’t deal with the “fakeness and lies. Maybe I’m just like too old for it.” He responds with the accusation he heard from Frankie, and Brittany doesn’t deny it. This doesn’t go over well with Cody. “It’s making my nomination process a lot easier.”

There’s more adverts, and we get back to Frankie and Caleb hanging out in the HOH bed. At the same time, Amber is hanging out with Cody in the other HOH bed. She gets up and kicks the door shut, and Caleb immediately starts freaking out. Cody mentions this, and Amber tells him that he’s her best guy friend. In the diary room, Cody claims to be thinking about putting up Caleb.

Zach is now making fun of Victoria in front of a number of people. Uh oh, it’s “bedgate” time, as nobody wants to share a bed with her. The problem is that Victoria is so high maintenance, and keeps people up at night. It is silly, but was a main topic of discussion for close to 24 hours. Brittany gets especially riled up after a comment from Victoria, and pulls her aside in the bathroom. “Oh really, it’s that much of a big deal to sleep with me?”, Victoria says in the diary room.

We now see the “Nominations Today” sign on the TV, and Amber pulls Frankie into the storage room to see if she’s going up. She’s not happy when she finds out that she is going to be nominated. Frankie assures her that she’s going to be safe, and we get the stupid “no blood on my hands” line from him. Amber wants to know why she’s the pawn every time instead of Christine, or why none of the guys have to take their turn.

There’s more commercials, and we get to the nominations. Frankie and Cody both talk about their mindset (including Team America), and the house is then brought in. Cody goes first with his nominations, and they are Victoria and Brittany. He says he’s doing it “based only on not knowing where you guys are at in the game”.

After an over-dramatic flip of the head, Frankie announces Amber and Jocasta as his nominees. He pumps them both up, and says he loves them both. At the end of the day, he doesn’t really give any reasons.

Brittany is really pissed, but it’s mainly because she was compared to Victoria, who does nothing in the house. Jocasta says she’s “determined to fight in Battle of the Block”. Victoria just talks, but makes no sense.

Victoria takes Cody into a room, and tears up even though she says she doesn’t care. Cody says she’s not really a target to go, and says in the diary room that it “takes a huge toll” to make people sad.

Derrick and Frankie celebrate the Team America victory, but again they do it without their third member, Donny.

Christine is talking to Amber in the bathroom, and Amber complains how the boys never have to do their share of playing the pawn. “Why can’t any of the other guys step up?” Amber says she wants to talk to her and Nicole to ensure their safety and maybe go against the guys, and adds in the diary room that she “really trusts” Christine.

They’re joined by Jocasta and Brittany, who is still fuming about being compared to Victoria. “I’ve sacrificed everything just to be put on the block every week, and to be compared to somebody who is not even trying.” Yes, this is pretty accurate, as Brittany as whined about being “deserving” all week. The segment ends with Victoria uncomfortably walking into the bathroom.

The finale segment is the Battle of the Board, and it’s a giant chess board. They all have to move like a knight in chess, and wherever they land becomes their square that nobody else can stand on in the future. The last team standing wins.

Brittany says she has to win to “change things”, and Amber is still whining about being a pawn. Jocasta then makes the first move. It’s not exactly an exciting game, and the four girls also have no clue. Jocasta even says that her only game plan is “prayer”.

Victoria immediately begins frustrating Brittany, but it’s Jocasta who traps herself and gets knocked out first. Caleb says that he bets Amber wishes he was her “knight in shining armour”, protecting her in the game. Amber doesn’t need him, though, as Brittany is the next to be eliminated.

Then the weirdest thing happens. Out of nowhere, Jocasta’s jaw begins to shake. Her entire body quivers, and she begins speaking in tongues!!! I’m not making this up! It must have spurred on Amber, as she makes the final move that knocks out Victoria! Jocasta continue sto speak in tongues, as tar and feather is dropped on Frankie. Oh yeah, in her diary room commentary, Jocasta made it sound like she was the competition queen! She was out almost imediately!

There’s some final diary room comments as the show goes to credits, but you can probably guess what is said. It’s no different than usual.

What did you think of this episode? Were the games as underwhelming to you as they seemed to me? How about Jocasta’s antics during Battle of the Block? Let me know your thoughts!

 

 

Saturday
Jul192014

Big Brother Gossip Show #405: Victor Victoria

What started off as a boring week turned into quite an intriguing weekend. Tonight's show discusses it all, including the shocking (and I mean shocking) victory by Victoria in the veto competition. Unfortunately, we were missing the talented Colette due to illness, but Mike and I did our best to provide all of the week's pertinent info from the week.

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Thanks to Mike for helping me out tonight, and for Ash with her hard work in providing the clips. And, most importantly, get well soon, Colette!!!

 

Saturday
Jul192014

More Info On Devin Shepherd's Baseball Career

Earlier this season, I posted some info on Devin Shepherd's failed attempt at Major League Baseball. At the same time, Ed at TV Fishbowl dug up some of his legal issues from that same time period. 

There were still some holes in the story, so I have continued to investigate. Earlier this week, I contacted one of his early advisors, baseball agent Joshua Kusnick (@joshuakusnick), who provided some interesting insight into this time period. "I met Devin at the age of 14 at a Perfect Game Showcase at Tropicana Field by sheer dumb luck. I stayed in touch with the family, and after he fell to the 5th round back in 2006 he blamed his first advisor and fired him. I then took over."

Kusnick agrees with my original post that the team that drafted him, the Minnesota Twins, were more than generous with their original offer. They "offered below 300k but more than 250k, and he basically spit in their faces". He moved on to college at Oklahoma, which was "the worst decision of his life. He complained he was being treated unfairly, thought the school was racist, claimed he was treated like a slave, and tried to befriend Adrian Peterson just to hang with someone famous." Kushnick adds that he doesn't believe Shephered was actually kicked off the team. "It was more of a mutual thing."

At this point, Kushnick says things got "insanely stupid. He had a full offer to the best junior college in the country, Chipola in Florida. He spurned that offer because it was too far away from his mom! That school could have made him millions. He decided to go to (Southern Nevada) where I spent the entire first week of the season there watching over him. He was coming into the season the #1 ranked junior college player in the nation. He couldn't have picked a worse program to go to (as) it was a bad fit for him as a player. They used wood bats and the field is huge. All his flaws were exposed. and hilariously the only home run he hit on the season was on the road AT Chipola, the school I told him to go to in order to get paid."

Despite his lack of success, Shepherd's confidence continued to grow. "After the first week, he went to eat with me and literally started asking me about Nike deals, baseball cards, etc., and he had not finished a week of Junior College baseball yet. I couldn't believe this kid's focus was on endorsements and fame and not baseball!"

Shepherd eventually fired Kushnick after a Vegas trip where he also scouted another player who is a current major leaguer. "I didn't spend a 100% attention on him." While Kushnick doesn't know exactly why he was suspended in 2009, he does agree there were drug issues ("not steroids") surrounding him. "He told me so directly". Kushnick adds that out of respect for his mother, he continued to keep in contact with Shepherd for awhile, but eventually he "burned countless bridges along the way. Scouts, teammates, agents, (and) teams all knew of his attitude, and his talent simply didn't match the persona. He was a BP (batting practice) hitter who thought he was the second coming of Barry Bonds."  

Besides baseball, Shepherd also had other fame-related aspirations. "His first love was modeling. (He) even wanted a modeling agent as a player." 

Kushnick concludes by saying Shepherd's life could have been completely different had he not made that fateful decision to turn down the Twins' offer. "He would have had a better life, a better shot at baseball, and would still be playing today in my opinion had he just signed. I hope for his daughter's sake he makes a good living off of this new found fame."

Thursday
Jul172014

Big Brother Season 16, Episode 11 Recap

After last night’s experiment with “positive blogging”, I’m ready to go back to my patented mode of snark and whine. Be very afraid, my friends, as I clearly have built up a lot of complaints to share.

Before the show begins, though, let me announce a special drinking game that I announced on twitter last night. With Devin on the block, and a 90% certainty of being evicted, my plan is guaranteed to get you hammered in less than ten minutes. In fact, keep this episode on your DVR for future use!

Here’s how it works. Between the time that Devin gives his final plea to the house up until the conclusion of his interview with Julie Chen, take a drink anytime he says the word “daughter”. I guarantee that he’ll say it at least 20 times, so you should be good and plastered before the HOH competition.

I’m actually kind of sad to see him go tonight. I hate the man. Hate, hate, hate. He’s a clown. But this season is so boring that the only current possibility of fireworks comes from the failed minor leaguer. Sure, there’s also the running Amber/Caleb controversy, but that has moved from entertaining to almost criminal. Caleb needs some serious help, and his attitude towards women is the most disappointing aspect of this season.

See what I mean about having plenty of bile to share? There’s bound to be more, as I haven’t even mentioned the two biggest wastes of spaces in the house. I’ll let you all guess who I’m talking about here.

Ok, let’s get going with tonight’s broadcast, and the replacement of Jocasta (zzzzz) with Devin as nominee. A tearful Jocasta and Donny hug, and pose with the veto necklace. Donny says it was a “nobrainer” because “she’s a close friend in the house, (and) she was sick and couldn’t fight for herself. I felt like it was my duty to fight for her.” Jocasta replies with “Praise God”.

Caleb hugs Jocasta and admits it was risky for him to volunteer to go up, but it Devin goes home it could be his “biggest move in the house”. If it doesn’t work, though, it will be “the dumbest move in Big Brother history. At this point, it’s all in the house guests hands.” Nice reading of the cue cards, Caleb.

Devin also works at reading the cue cards to make us believe he still has a shot of survival. For those that don’t watch the live feeds, he doesn’t. This entire segment is bullshit. The moment that Devin was put up, it was clear that he was going home. There was very little talk of saving him, and Devin only made a token effort to campaign. All of this is for the sake of TV.

Jocasta is still crying, and she tearfully thanks Donny and says in the diary room that she hopes to repay the favor. “I’m so happy.”

We now see Amber crawl into bed in the Have-not room, and Caleb gets up and puts a blanket over her. She gets up a bit later and walks out of the room, and Caleb puts down another blanket on her bed. “The things you do for people when you like them”, he tells Hayden, who is sleeping on the next bed. “I put myself on the block. I give up my only two covers I got. I think at the end of the day, I’ll win a date with her.” Caleb rolls over, and Hayden looks up at the camera and says, “what?” We’re all thinking the same thing, hippie boy.

Who the hell is this girl? The next day, Donny and Cody are talking about Caleb. “He’s proven to not really be a competitor like he says he is”, complains Cody. “His game is so blurred by her that he doens’t make proper decision.” Donny agrees that putting himself on the block was a stupid move. Cody adds in the diary room that he thinks he may be able to conjure up the votes to eliminate Caleb. (Bullshit, bullshit, bullshit. He barely made this attempt.) The conversation continues as he tells Donny that this would be a good time to get rid of him. Donny does agree, and adds in the diary room that he’ll do anything for her. “If she wants someone out, he’ll back her. If she gets put on the block, he’ll protect her.”

A bunch of boys are now playing pool, and Victoria comes out in a butt-revealing bikini. They all holler at her “what’s your name”, but they’re not kidding. “Seriously, what’s your name?” asks Hayden in the diary room.

Amber and Cody are now talking in the have-not room. He’s even rubbing her knee as they talk about being friends. “I’ve been waiting for you to do this.” Once again, Caleb is “creeping around” them as they talk, and Cody is getting annoyed.

Cody is now playing pool with Derrick, and tells him about how annoyed he’s getting by these actions. Derrick claims to think that Caleb is starting to become a “big liability”, and Zach joins in the conversation. “Caleb hates you...because Amber likes you.” Zach says this threesome could possibly hurt his game, and once again we’re led to believe it’s possible that Caleb is going home. HE’S NOT!!!

Ugh, another cutesy segment with Hayden and Nicole, as they cuddle in the bedroom. Seriously, I’m getting sick of this nightly segment. Let’s move on as they continue to talk about kissing. Just do it and get it over with. They can’t, though, as Victoria walks in.

Now Devin is talking about the Miami Heat with Devin, and we get our first “daughter” of the night. I guess this is Devin’s mode of survival - bore people with talk about his kid. Oh, and his addictions, since he also talks about rehab. Cody tells us in the diary room that he is starting to like Devin, and that he just got lost in the early days of the game.

Cody moves on to talk to Zach about Devin, and says he had a dream about Caleb going home. “Do we send Caleb home?” Zach says that this may be a great idea, and to make it seem possible we see him talk to Frankie about that very idea. “It’s a good move. He’s letting a girl cloud his judgment.” Frankie moves on to talk to Christine about this possibility, and ends up asking Derrick about doing this. Derrick asks where this idea came from? “The move is in motion”, replies Frankie. Derrick doesn’t seem to think this is a bad idea either.

Come on, CBS. You literally took every conversation about evicting Caleb over a four day period and made it look like it was going to happen. This is creative editing; even more so than usual from this network.

After commercials, we get to meet Donny’s family. Unfortunately, it’s hosted by awful Jeff Schroeder, so I’m not really paying attention. Too bad, as they seem fascinating, especially as they laugh at Caleb (just like the rest of America). Ok, I did actually watch, as the entire family all tear up while they watch highlights.

Ok, it’s now time for Julie to talk to the house. Guess who she goes to first? Yes, Nicole and her stupid frog costume. Jocasta is asked how she’s feeling, and she says much better. She’s also asked about Donny saving her with the veto, and she says that it was great for her since she felt so down. Oh yeah, and there are lots of “praise Jesus”. Zach is then asked about living with so many people, and he replies that he hates them all. Hayden is asked what is the worst part of being a have-not, and he says nothing. “I love it. Is Survivor still hiring.” Julie then announces that there will be no have-nots this week, and they all cheer until she adds “expect the unexpected”. After signing off, she explains that the Fitbit stats will determine the next group. The lazy asses will be punished!

It’s now time to see who (Devin) goes home. Caleb gets to make the first final plea, and he thanks God and his family. He babbles about him and Devin being beasts, and the toughest competitors (despite Donny’s lead in comp wins), but he’s not a “liar or cheater”. He repeats “at the end of the day” a few times, and, of course, we get a couple more “beast mode cowboy” silliness.

Devin then stands up and says he’s had some “highs and lows in the game”. He asks the house if they’d rather play with somebody who “made a final two pact with Amber, and has proven he will do whatever it takes to protect her, including nominating himself for eviction. Or would you rather have somebody like me who is willing to admit his faults (and) right his wrongs, even if that means using a veto on somebody he’s nominated.” He admits that Caleb is a physical beast, but “I’m a physical and mental monster. I would carry any one of you down to the finals.” Wow, that was a fantastic plea! Great job, even though it won’t work.

Voting now begins with Jocasta, who votes to evict Devin, as does Donny, Nicole, and Hayden. Time for more commercials before Zach, Cody, Victoria (who?), Frankie, Amber, Christine, and Brittany. Yes, it’s unanimous, and proof that the entire ten minutes we saw earlier was a waste of time. There was never a real move to save Devin.

Julie announces the vote to the house, and Devin tucks in his shirt before hugging the house. Once he’s gone, though, they’re not as quiet about celebrating as in past weeks. In fact, they barely look at the memory wall. Julie asks what he was handed as he walked out the door, and it tunes out Brittany made him a tin foil heart. Ugh. “But she didn’t give you a vote”, replies Julie, but Devin says he wasn’t surprised. “It’s been proven in the past that people who play hard tend to go early.”

Julie moves on to the demise of the Bomb Squad, and he admits to feeling paranoid while in the HOH room. The side moves that didn’t include him made him feel like they were turning against him, so he “decided to put some little (targets) on everybody else”. Julie follows up by asking about his daughter watching, which leads to silliness about honesty and integrity. Come on, Devin. Julie moves on to talk about Donny, and the various things that people have theorized about him. Devin still wonders about that, and is surprised to find out that he really is a groundskeeper.

The final pleas end the segment, and Jocasta says it’s great that he gets to see his daughter. Caleb says he’s a great guy, but put his friends in danger. Zach says he’s possibly the worst player in history “because your social game was awful”. Ha! Donny talks about how he “done him wrong the first week”, but wants him to have fun with his daughter. That’s it for Devin!

Julie jumps right into the HOH competition, and they all have to pair up into teams. They randomly drew for these teams, and here’s how they stack up. Victoria is with Christine, Caleb is with Nicole, Brittany is with Jocasta, Amber is with Zach, Donny is paired with Hayden, and Frankie and Cody are the final team.

There’s another advert break before we get to this competition, which is called “Devil’s Eggs”. They have to move eggs through chicken wire into slots, and the first to get all twelve is the winner. I have a feeling the winner will NOT be Victoria and Christine.

Frankie is the first to move an egg to his partner, with Amber and Zach a little behind. We suddenly get a live feed fish overlay for a second, and then Victoria and Christine pass their first egg.

Julie then cuts away to tease the second Team America (Fuck Yeah!) mission, and when we return we find out that this week’s bad idea is for them to somehow get a physical threat nominated. Yeah, whatever.

There’s one final look at the competition, but you’ll have to come back to this site later to find out who won. Currently, there’s a tie between Amber/Zach and Cody/Frankie. Before we cut away, we get the “elements” added to the game. This time, it’s falling ashes. Nobody really pays attention, though, as we go to credits.

So that’s it. Now tell me, my friends, is this a better way for me to post? More importantly, are you as upset with the selective editing as I am? Was the house smart to evict Devin over Caleb? Tell me what you’re thinking!





 

Thursday
Jul172014

The Night Owl - Weds Night

As expected, today and tonight was a mixture of mini-scrambles and chats about the upcoming eviction, HOH competition, and who people within various alliances will nominate if they should win. 

Now that The Detonators alliance is solidified, there were a lot of chats between various members of that group about who to put up if two of their members should win.  All of them are a combination of people like Victoria/Jocasta/Brittany/and possibly Amber or Donny.

Donny had an interesting conversation with Caleb at the chess table tonight where he told Hayden that he trusted him completely but that Zach and Cody like to hang out with "the enemy".  Donny seems to consider the enemy to be Derrick.  He told Hayden that he knows that Derrick had to know that he was going to be nominated and that it wasn't just Nicole's decision this past week.  He also said he wouldn't mind seeing Derrick feel the block a little bit.

Derrick and Cody (now called The Hitmen) had a few discussions about who they would prefer up and out this week and also in the future.  The both agree that this week either Jocasta or Victoria or Brittany can go and that Donny could also go if they got the chance to send him out because they feel like that would leave Brittany and Jocasta pretty powerless. As far as future plans, they say after they get down to just the 5 in their alliance, they would like Frankie to be the first to go.  Derrick says Frankie makes him nervous with his game. (please please please let them go after him soon!)

Speaking of Frankie... Zach was back to his old bad habits of telling Frankie too many things tonight.  When Frankie pointedly asked him what the name of his alliance with Cody and Derrick was, he told him it was called Los Tres Amigos.  I'm pretty worried that Zach's trust in Frankie will be a big part of his demise in the game if he doesn't knock it off.  The two of them also had a really late night/early morning chat about alcohol and weed use and withdrawal.  It appears for now they are holding to their final 2 deal.  I don't expect Frankie to stick with that at all though. For the record, I also can't read Zach at this point when it comes to Frankie.  He agrees each and every time someone mentions wanting him to go soon and even adds his own reasons for not trusting him, but he still gives Frankie more info than he needs to when talking to him. I can't tell if he really does trust Frankie, or if it's just bad game play and saying too much on his part.  Either way, I hope it doesn't kill his game for him.

 

As far as game talk goes, that is mostly it. However, there were some insanely funny moments over the course of the night as well.  I am not even sure how the conversation started or how Zach ended up trapped with Caleb in the HOH room, but what followed was one of the most hilarious conversations I've heard in a while.  Caleb is very VERY sure that he is going to be very VERY famous when he leaves the BB house.  This hasn't been a secret or anything, but he really laid it all out there tonight.  There was much talk of airports and restaurants being alerted before he arrives in his limo and the appearances he will be willing to do.  Events like "Go hunting with the Beastmode Cowboy from BB 16", and let us not forget that when he comes into any town now, it will be on the front page of the paper.  There was also a lot of Amber talk in there about how he is done with her (and yet can't stop talking about her) and how he thinks she and Cody are the ones in a showmance right now.  I really don't know how Zach kept a straight face listening to all of this, but if you have the feeds, I highly suggest flashing back and listening to at least a little of it.  I believe the convo was around 11pm BB time.

I should also mention that before that conversation, there was a titilating conversation about Caleb's breasts being sore (see what I did there?) and going to the medic to have his estrogen levels checked.

After Zach escaped the conversation with Caleb, there was more hilarity down in the bathroom area when a few of the various HGs were sharing their "numbers"..sexually speaking, and being silly in general.  The most amusing part of the conversation was that it was in stark contrast to the literal Bible study going on merely feet away in the Hive Room. During this conversation, Christine and Zach also agreed that they should see if they could get the house to cheer louder than the audience when Devin walks out the door tomorrow night. 

That's about it for tonight. Everyone seems to be winding down for bed.  Most of them think today will bring an endurance comp.  I really don't know if it will or won't.  Usually we can tell in advance what kind of comps are likely to be coming, but this year with the two HOH twist, it's hard to know how they will play it.  I wouldn't mind seeing a good endurance comp, though I fear that Frankie may win one of the HOH spots if that happens... I hate to admit it, but he has the want to win one and I'm pretty sure he has the ability.  What I would LIKE to see happen would be some controversial HOHs and some controversial nominees so that we get a more interesting week.  With this safe easy get Devin out week, we didn't see very much action. 

We shall see what tomorrow brings after eviction. I still expect Devin to definitely go with a vote of either 11-0 or 9-2 if Christine and Nicole throw their wonky votes.  As always you guys can follow me @ashes2ashes13 for more overnight updates. Until tomorrow night...