Two of the most interesting quotes from the Tuesday edition of Big Brother 11?
“Historically, us gay house-guests haven’t made the best decisions,” said head-of-household Kevin. Boy, Kev: way to put some pressure on yourself.
On the other hand, Natalie, who wouldn’t know history if Abraham Lincoln appeared to her in the shower, said, “Michele used what little brain she has.” She was talking about a neuroscientist who’s been overcoming her social awkwardness to play one of the shrewder games of BB. Er, way to go, Natalie!
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One of Natalie’s more trenchant comments, however, was one she advanced in arguing that the neuroscientist should be evicted: “The bitch is strong,” Natalie said.
I assume she meant “strong” in the mental sense after all. Clever editing could not hide the fact that Michele aced the Power of Veto in a goofy identify-the-mashed-up-alien-faces competition. Jeff was angry with himself. “You lost; it’s over,” said Jordan in a rare moment of clarity about how the eviction nominations might now play out.
Indeed, Michele took herself off the chopping-block, and now Jeff and Jordan are nominated for eviction. “You deserve to be [in the house] over me,” said Jordan to her house-buddy. When she was out of earshot, Jeff said frankly, “Jordan’s gotta go.” Hey, the flirting’s been cute, but they both know what the game is about: getting that final blast of cash.
Who do you think is going to be evicted on the live show Thursday?
Oh, and what did you think of “Pandora’s Box,” and the way all the house guests proved they were not concerned about anything other than the money raining down on the back yard?