Entries in Lydia (40)
The Brains are on slop/cold showers/etc., and it sounds like Jordan won the competition. Yes, I'm as surprised as you. Chima's not happy at all to be stuck on cabbage and cocktail weenies, although Jordan explained that she just had to punish Ronnie.
Meanwhile, Natalie's head keeps growing. She's calling herself co-HOH, and is already planning what she's going to do next when she wins HOH. I think she's catching on to Lydia's hookups with Jessie, as a bit of hostility is growing between the two women. "At least I have some sort of morale with Lydia", he says in response to Natalie's complaints about some comment Lydia made. Besides the fact the sentence makes no sense, is "morale" what the kids are calling it these days?
Downstairs, Lydia is confirming that she indeed used her hand on him this morning (10:28 am for those with the wayback machine) and on many other occasions. Kevin wants to know if "it" is pretty, and she says she hasn't seen it, and that the "other parts" are huge. This morning's session was the best, she added, because it was in "Natalie's bed" while wearing Natalie's clothes. "Using sex as a weapon; I'm all about it."
Edit: Lydia just added that she has NOT used her mouth on him, and WON'T! Besides the sex talk, it's a pretty interesting conversation. Kevin knows much more than he lets on.
Further edit: To clarify, the best time was when Lydia performed the act in Natalie's clothes and in her bed (last week). Today, however, was Jessie's best "performance", although she had to use her sweatshirt to..uh, clean him off.
Natalie and Jessie are discussing nominations, and the idea of drawing straws is obviously thrown aside (like that would end up happening, anyway). Natalie is adamant that Casey needs to go, and the fact that he was willing to put the Athletes on slop is reason enough. Jessie believes that Jordan and Michelle are the obvious choices, but adds that nominating Jordan will again cause problems with Jeff.
Jessie also says that they may just have to admit that they have no plans to nominate, let alone eliminate Ronnie.
Meanwhile, Chima and Lydia are also saying that Michelle and Casey need to be put up, but Lydia does admit that if four of the final five are athletes she'll be "pissed".
Too many people in this house are paranoid of each other. Lydia, Kevin, and Chima are still upset that Russell is hanging out with the others...especially when he made dinner with Jeff. Again, Casey is the voice of reason, saying he hates this "side shit" and that being stuck in the house together you have to spend time together.
Ronnie, meanwhile, just pulled Jordan upstairs because he supposedly heard Laura talking about voting out Ronnie if she survives. Jordan tells him she's just angry, and knows she's going home. Ronnie claims "this is part of my strategy this week. I know you will say you don't believe this, but I do. They want Russell out. I heard Jessie. Don't repeat this. They want someone from another team to backdoor him. Kevin wants him out. Lydia wants him out. If it's Laura and Russell up, Russell will go." Jordan disagrees that this would save her. (If only she would believe that this IS what the others are thinking about Russel).
When Jeff refused to inform him of his veto plans, Ronnie indicated that Jordan may go up as the replacement. Obviously, this upsets Jordan and Jeff. At least Ronnie has finally admitted he didn't vote for Braden.
So the veto competition was about getting a certain amount of dollars of quarters (unclear the actual amount), and that Jeff figured out how much one handful was worth and just grabbed the necessary handfuls necessary to reach the targeted amount. Those on the sidelines apparently attempted to give Natalie pointers, but may have been told they couldn't do that.
The supposed Laura conversation is just an excuse for Ronnie to save face to these two when he doesn't put up Russell.