Entries in Memphis (78)
Feeds are still in and out. The girls are starting to move around, specifically Libra. April hasn't crouched down like the rest of them yet, that I have noticed. Though she is moving her upper body a bit and just lifting her legs every so often. Again, the feeds are constantly going to trivia.
Libra is down as I write this!
Ollie, Memphis, and Dan are constantly moving. They look completely uncomfortable. Don't have a cam on Jessie or Renny, will update on them when I can.
Renny has been up in the HOH while the hens slop on makeup to look presentable for BBAD. Renny is throwing up a ton of subtle hints that maybe Jessie should be the one ousted this week. For example, when Libra babbled that they have to make sure Jessie doesn't make it to sequester, she points out that there is one more week to do that...and that she thinks Jessie's going to win.
Meanwhile, Memphis is still going on about how he's going after Jerry next week. Tool boy agrees. Come on, you guys. Jerry can be taken out at any time. They must put their personal feelings aside and go after a person with power. Jerry is the first person Libra and the hens are going to cast off after Memphis, Jessie, and Michelle are gone (or some combination of the three). It amazes me how few of these people look at the big picture.
In a roundabout way, Memphis brought up the lingering sentiment to put out Jessie instead of Angie. Keesha's not sure if she's down with that idea because at the end nobody would vote for him. Wait, I thought the plan was for members of the most awesome giant alliance of all time to be the final eight?
If this was later in the game, I'd agree with Keesha. But it's still only week three; you can't already be thinking about the final two.
Memphis told Keesha that Jerry supposedly informed Angie she had the votes to survive, and that this should be reason enough to replace Jessie on the block. An upset Keesha summomed Jerry to the HOH, where he denied saying such a thing.
Michelle also claims to have heard this, and confronted Angie. She's now conspiring with Jessie. Well, of course she is.
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".
Showtime began tonight with Memphis hanging out with the self-proclaimed King and Queen. When he left the room, the brain trust congratulated themselves for working out a second alliance behind Memphis' back - this time with Dan. I hope to God Memphis figures this out and wages war. Michelle also wants to watch Jessie take a bubble bath. Yeah, we know you do.
Meanwhile, when Libra's not complaining about being hungry, she's talking out of both sides of her mouth. First, she says that the people put up should be by house consensus, and then she tells April and Ollie that our girl Angie needs to go next. But by no means is next week her turn to go.
I think I'm punching out for the night. The conversations are beyond boring, and the only person I enjoy watching hasn't been shown all night.