The Daily Bongo

Big Brother 11

Winner: Jordan

Jury - 9/3
2nd place
Jury - 8/27
Jury - 8/13
Removed 8/15
Jury - 9/8
4th out - 8/6
3rd out - 7/30
Jury - 9/15
Jury - 8/20
1st out - 7/16
2nd out - 7/23

Tuesday, September 15, 2009 -- Evening

Final Big Brother
The final Big Brother of the season. It's a two hour special, and we got to see Jordan, Kevin, and Natalie's reaction to the second HOH competition. Natalie was trying to be both Kevin and Jordan's best friend so she gets to the final two. Kevin says that if the choice is up to him, he would take Jordan to the end because Jordan doesn't have a ton of friends in the jury house like Natalie does. Kevin says he will take Jordan to the end, and she tells him the same. However in Diary Room, Jordan says that she is going to take Natalie because Jordan believes she can beat Natalie. Jordan even guarantees Natalie her vote if Jordan is evicted.
Jury House
We got to see Michele's entry into the jury house. Jeff said there were only a couple of stones on the first day in the house, but it got better after that. Jeff and Russell thought Kevin would be in the jury house, and Jessie and Lydia thought it would be Michele. Russell did not want it to be Michele because he wanted her to win it all. Russell and Jeff were both sad to Michele, and Michele told everyone about Natalie's Pandora box escapade and engagement. Everyone in the jury house just really hates Natalie. Everyone was bashing Natalie with her lies and stories. As the jury members watched last week's events, they were really angry. Lydia did some pretend vomiting too. Everyone in jury told Michele that she would have gotten the vote at the end. Lydia hopes that Kevin throws Natalie out of the house, but Michele doesn't think that will happen. When the jury members debated, Jeff really fought for Jordan. It was hilarious because Jeff took on Lydia and Jessie, telling Lydia that Jessie was her puppet master. I loved it when Jeff told Jessie that Jessie had his hand up Lydia's butt, controlling her mouth. Lydia was really campaigning for Kevin. Michele admitted that Kevin talked a good game, but that she was angry and bitter. The jury members got to talk to all three finalists.
Jordan is Final HOH
Finally, it's time for the final HOH. The questions, of course, are based on responses of the juror in the jury house. Kevin got the first question right about Jessie's liking the women in the house. Jordan got the second question right about Lydia thinking the worst moment in the house was Jeff and the coup d'etat. Jordan got the third question right about Russell telling Michele too much, then Kevin got the one right about Jeff not winning the POV. Both got the answer to Michele thinking Jessie was the most outrageous. It finally came down to a tie breaker question about how many total votes were cast to evict. Jordan guessed 50, Kevin guessed 80, and the answer was 51. Jordan is the final HOH! I think no one expected her to win the final HOH. I know that I didn't!

Both Natalie and Kevin begged Jordan to stay in the house. Kevin looked close to tears. Jordan evicts Kevin and apologizes. Jordan keeps on telling Kevin that she feels really bad, and that it's nothing personal. Kevin admits that he can't be mad at Jordan because it's a game. Kevin says he has no regrets, and it is a dream of a lifetime because he's been trying to get on the show since the first season. It sounds like Kevin is going to vote for Natalie.
Jury Questions
The jury members came out to get ready for the final vote. Jeff guesses that Kevin was evicted, and Lydia guesses Natalie. Lydia makes some obnoxious comments about Jordan, saying two witches are left. We get to see the jury questions live for the first time. Russell asks Jordan what her strategy was before the BB house and after. Jordan said she wanted to lay low and not trust anyone. She said that she finally decided in the house to be her self and lay under the radar. Lydia asked Natalie who was her biggest threat in the house, and how did Natalie get rid of the person. Natalie said that she campaigned against Lydia. Jeff asks Jordan what her best move was in the game. Jordan said that she thought it was getting rid of Kevin. Michele asks Natalie about the engagement and why Natalie wanted everyone in the jury house to know it. Natalie says it's because she has so many friends there and wanted to share her happiness with them. Jessie and Lydia rolled their eyes. Jessie asked Jordan about why she deserved to win, and Jordan said that it was because she won the final HOH. Russell asks the same of Natalie, and Natalie said that by aligning herself with other strong people, she got far. Natalie claims to be true to her alliance. Kevin asks Jordan what she did better than Natalie, and Jordan said that she thinks both were rather the same. Jordan said that she did win some competitions, like the HOHs and POV.
Jury Votes
Jordan gave her final speech and said that she wanted to stay true to her alliance. Jordan stresses that she did win the final two HOH competitions. She rambled abit, but that's Jordan. Natalie claims that she was running the house even though she wasn't HOH because she aligned herself with winners. The jury votes in order of eviction. They get to make one brief statement before casting their vote. Jessie says commatada to Jordan and votes. Lydia says "Jordan, I love a good blonde." Russell says that he chose the person who played the best game start to finish. Jeff to Jordan that he was very proud of her and that he knew she could do it. Michele said she's voting for the strongest female in the game. Kevin said he was going to vote for cuter, but he had to vote strictly strategic. Julie Chen says that America will vote as the 7the juror. She locks in America's vote.
Return of the Early Evictees
Ronnie called out Natalie as the biggest liar of the game. Casey told Jeff that he made the worst decision by believing Kevin and Natalie's lies and voting out Russell. Jeff was shocked because Michele also confirmed the lie. So Jeff didn't know who to believe. Braden gave Jessie props for being in bed with all the girls. Laura was really offended at Chima's actions, and thought that Chima threw her alliance under the bus. Ronnie said that his comments about Michele being the worst human being ever was because of strategy. Ronnie also apologized for calling her that. Julie Chen also called Jessie on his comment about having a platonic relationship with Lydia, by showing their sex scenes in the BB house. It seems it carried on in the jury house. Jeff said that he would have to see what happens outside of the house when questioned about his relationship with Jordan. He first made a joke that it depended on whether Jordan won or not.
Finally Vote Time!
Finally, it's vote counting time. Boy, did they drag this event out. The winner gets $500,000 and the second place gets $50,000. America's vote goes to Jordan. Jessie's vote goes to Jordan. Lydia voted for Jordan. Russell voted for Natalie. Jeff's vote went to Jordan, of course. Jordan should have realized when she heard that Lydia voted for her that she had the win. Michele voted for Jordan, and Kevin voted for Natalie. It was a vote of five to two. Jordan says that she has plans to buy a house for her mom, and to help her aunt send her kids to college. Jeff won $25,000 as America's favorite house guest. As Julie Chen said, it wasn't even close. This was a great season.

Thursday, September 10, 2009 -- Evening

2nd HOH Competition
Tonight's Big Brother show started with an announcement that for the first time, all three houseguests will make it to finale night. Kevin said that he had to win the first HOH because he needs to think of himself, and Kevin has to take Jordan to the final two because he doesn't have the votes to beat Natalie. As Jordan said, Jeff and Michele were the ones that she trusted, and she wanted to cry after Michele left. Natalie said that she was glad to see Michele gone because she hate Michele. Kevin told Natalie to stop it. Jordan thought Natalie was funny for making comments about Michele finally getting to be alone with Jeff. As Jordan says, she knows that Michele is happily married and that Jeff likes Jordan.

Watching the log rolling competition, Natalie slipped. It looked like she would fall, but she didn't. It looked like she was trying to throw the competition. The change in seasons really bothered the three. BB had wind, rain, cold, and snow that Jordan claimed was very much like real snow. Jordan was shivering, and Kevin told Jordan to keep shivering because that would warm her up. Really he was trying to get her to fall and 3 hour and 27 minutes into the competition, Jordan fell. So it was down to Kevin and Natalie. Kevin tells Natalie that he will take her to the end, and that she has to throw the competition as Natalie promised. Kevin says that his word isn't sincere because he's going to throw Natalie out. Kevin tries to tell Natalie that she needed to fall, and she kept on arguing with him that she didn't want to fall. Then Natalie finally falls. Kevin can't believe that he made it to round three and there's only one more competition between him and $500,000.

Julie lets Kevin, Natalie, and Jordan know about tonight's events. Julie tells them that all three will make it to finale night. Natalie said that she just packed all her stuff. Tonight is the competition between Jordan and Natalie, and then the final HOH competition is on finale night. Then the evicted houseguest joins the jury live. Then we have the jury question the two remaining houseguests and vote. We got to see Jeff entering the jury house. Lydia didn't want to see Natalie and said that Natalie would have to do alot of explaining. Russell wanted to see Jeff. And so did Jessie. Everyone was very excited to see Kevin. As Jeff said, it was a tough pill to swallow. Russell said that it was validation that Jeff should have kept Russell. Jeff said that he was really happy to hear that everyone was against Natalie in the house because it gave him hope for Jordan. Lydia said that she doesn't respect Natalie because Natalie uses other people.

We had the return of Evel Dick, Danielle (from BB3), Mike Boogie, and Janelle. They gave us some insight on this season. Danielle said that she thought the best player was Natalie because she lied so well and used Kevin. Janelle thought that Jeff getting rid of Russell was a bad move for him. Janelle said that Jeff could have made it further if he kept Russell. Mike Boogie liked Jeff using the Coup d'Etat and Natalie and Kevin lying to get rid of Russell. Evel Dick agreed with Boogie. Boogie said that Chima should have been thrown off, but no one understands the stress. Evel Dick said that she lost sight of the end of the game. Boogie thought Kevin would win. Janelle wanted Kevin to win and Jordan as the final two. Evel Dick said that he thought Kevin. Danielle wanted it to be two women as final two. Danielle is a loser. :)

Part two of the HOH started. Natalie was first up. The goal of the competition, Heads Will Roll was to bowl a ball up a ramp into a hole for each of the HOHs. So Jessie's ball had to be rolled into the 1st HOH spot. They only had two minutes and the one with the most right won. If it was a time, the houseguest who got the guesses in the shorter time wins. Natalie really stunk at the game and was getting the wrong balls into the holes. Natalie completed all the holes with only 2 seconds left. Natalie got five of the ten HOHs right. Jordan was up next. (Obviously!) Jordan was more quiet as she went through the competition. She was really good at getting the balls in. Probably because she was practicing on the practice table. Jordan had 18 seconds left, and she got nine of ten right. As she was competing the audience was applauding.

As everyone on the Internet thought, America is the seventh juror. You get to vote for the houseguest of your choice based on the pair that makes it to the final two. The final scene of the show was Julie giving the results of the second part of the HOH. Kevin was looking really nervous. So Jordan won the second HOH. Jordan said that she was sweating at the stress. Kevin looked shocked. Natalie was really upset because she couldn't get the ball into the right hole. Julie Chen just cut her off though. I hope that Jordan wins, and the smart thing would be to take Natalie since no one likes Natalie in the jury house. We got to eavesdrop on Natalie explaining how she screwed up the competition. She seemed to stupidly think that if she got the wrong ball in the hole for an HOH, she just put the that HOH in the next hole. What a complete idiot!

Wednesday, September 9, 2009 -- Early Morning

As Expected
Kevin won the first round of the HOH competitions last night. No big shocker there because neither Natalie or Jordan is good at competitions. I'm betting Natalie wins the next one. That's when Kevin has to start sweating. Would Natalie take the better competitor to final two? She might, and then again, she might not.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009 -- Late Evening

HOH Endurance Competition
So far, all the houseguests are still on the log. They have been on for almost an hour, through rain, wind, log stoppages, and log reversals. I think it may be a long one because all three realize the importance of winning this one. Especially Jordan. I'm ready for bed, so I will probably find out in the morning who won this first HOH competition.

Jordan and Natalie on log
As the Log Rolls

Tuesday, September 8, 2009 -- Evening

Final Three
It's eviction night on Big Brother. It seems that Kevin is going to vote out Michele, and both Natalie and Kevin have final two deals with Jordan. I suppose everyone wants to take Jordan because they think that no one would vote for her. That's one reason why everyone in the jury house should vote for Jordan. As the show started, the producers were making it sound as if the POV competition didn't already happen a few days ago. Kevin said that he is looking for an opportunity to get Natalie out. Jordan is not sure if she should believe the conflict between Natalie and Kevin because it seems too good to be true. Jordan admits to Natalie that she is really conflicted over what to do if she won the veto. Natalie reassures Jordan that Kevin would vote Michele off if Kevin came off the block. Jordan thinks it's weird that Natalie seems to want Kevin out, but then switches to Michele. Jordan says that Jeff told her to stick with Michele, and that's what she is going to do. Kevin told Natalie that he was a tad pissed with her because she chose to open Pandora's Box instead of playing in the POV. The POV competition has Kevin, Michele, and Jordan stacking blocks so they could would answer two questions about houseguests. Both Jordan and Kevin seemed to have issues figuring it out. Michele's problem was that she couldn't see the Jessie and Russell block that was right by her feet. Jordan of course, was hopeless in the competition. The BB producers were playing stupid music while they showed Jordan. Michele was realy close. She rang the buzzer, and she only had one entry wrong, but before she could figure it out, Kevin rang in and won. Michele said that way Natalie was celebrating with Kevin made her suspicious about the whole plot to put up Kevin. As usual, Jordan tells Michele that she is pissed with herself. Well, she should be since she sucks in every single competition. Natalie tries to tell Kevin that she is going to take the blame for Michele. Natalie keeps on telling Kevin that they will be final two. The problem is that Kevin knows that he can't take Natalie to final two because she has the jury house stacked. Michele quizzes Kevin about his alliance with Natalie. Michele tells Kevin that she would take him to final two, because she hates Natalie. Michele tells Kevin that if she drops out in final three she will give Kevin her vote, but if she goes out now, she won't give Kevin her vote. Kevin, however, can't figure out who to take to final three. If he's smart, he would take Michele because she can win competitions, and they can eliminate Natalie.

Time for the final POV ceremony. Kevin, of course, uses the POV. He's not a Marcellas! It's time for Michele and Jordan to talk to Kevin. Jordan tells Kevin that she thinks they all played a similar game and she hopes that Kevin keeps her. Michele tells Kevin that she burned so many bridges and has so many enemies in the jury house that Kevin would be a sure winner. And Michele says that she will campaign against Kevin in the jury house. Kevin votes out Michele. We'll have to see whether that was a smart move or a stupid move. Michele says that Kevin couldn't count on Michele not getting votes for jury. Michele said it would depend because it could go either way for Kevin now. I think if Natalie wins, she will take Jordan because no one will vote for Jordan since she was so crappy at the game. In the good-bye messages, Kevin said that he couldn't trust Michele not to turn on him in the final three. Michele rolled her eyes at that because I think that Michele hates Natalie so much, she wouldn't take Natalie. Julie asked Michele why so many people in the house had such strong negative feelings toward Michele. Michele said that she couldn't understand why people didn't like her in the house, and ever since she was a child, she was always being bullied by others.

Time for the endurance HOH competition. The houseguests have to hold on to a key while they stand on a huge moving log. I am imagining that the competition won't last very long. None of the three are very good at endurance. I think that Kevin will go off first, then Natalie will throw it to give Jordan the win. We'll have to see what happens. As the show went off the air, the BB producers had rain pouring on the houseguests on the log. Jordan was commenting on how the key was getting higher. It wasn't. She was just looking like she was starting to slip off the log.

Sunday, September 6, 2009 -- Evening

The Natalie and Kevin Show
I have to admit that I am sick of the Natalie and Kevin show on the Big Brother feeds. Natalie nominated Kevin because they thought that he could win the POV, and the goal was to look as if there was a fall out between them. Obviously both are trying to play mind games with future jury members. Natalie was left out of the POV competition because she gave up the right with Pandora's box. People are theorizing online that Natalie met with Jessie, but she is telling Kevin, Michele, and Jordan that she met her boyfriend and he proposed to her. Kevin won the POV, so that means that Michele is more than likely going home. Everyone knows that Jordan is the lamest competitor when it comes to competitions, and it's highly unlikely that she will win two of the three remaining competitions.

The show started with Jeff's eviction. Natalie took credit for evicting Jeff, and Jordan bemoaned his loss. Kevin claims that if Jeff had approached him for a vote, Kevin would have kept Jeff. We got to hear Natalie gloat. As Kevin said, Natalie celebrated like she won something really important, and meanwhile, she's not that great a competitor. Jordan and Michele were upset because both felt that they should have won. Natalie told Keving they were in the final two and that Natalie would be playing so hard for the veto. Yeah, right! Jordan just cried to herself and said she didn't want to be part of any schemes, she just wanted to be left alone. My favorite part was Natalie's scheme to put Kevin on the block so she could "cover" herself. Natalie claims it is because she wants to fool Jordan for some reason. What a really lame, sick girl. When it came time for the HOH room, Natalie was in a skimpy bathing suit. She got all excited about getting a blanket from her boyfriend, and she claimed the blanket smelled like him. She then backtracked and said that it might have been washed. Natalie bonds with the girls and told them that she's putting Kevin up even though he is her friend. As Natalie said, if Kevin goes to the finals, then Kevin will win. Actually, that's probably true. Natalie claims that her agreement was final four with Kevin. Natalie thinks that she is just really good at fooling people. She's not. It's just that there ware really stupid losers in the BB house. It's time for the luxury competition. Kevin and Natalie team up and obviously that leaves Jordan and Michele on the other. The teams had to find matching clothes, then pose in the window with the clothing. If they finish in less than 10 minutes, they get to spend the rest of the time picking clothes in the house for themselves. Kevin admits to Michele that he has to think of himself and start to think of final two. Kevin tells Michele that the two of them can take out Natalie. Michele seems hesitant, but she should snap up the deal.

So Natalie wasn't lying. She found the Pandora's box in the HOH room, and the option was to meet with her boyfriend in the BB house and if she agreed, she couldn't compete in the POV. Her boyfriend did propose to her. Natalie agreed, but it wasn't the emotional event that I would have thought. Natalie only had five minutes with her boyfriend, and they had some champagne. Natalie's boyfriend looks alot older than she does. Then Natalie chose an extra 15 minutes with her boyfriend having a sushi dinner, and unleashed a guy dressed as a baby, and a midget, who was acting like a copy cat. Then a woman dressed as a bug came into the house, spraying Kevin, Michele, and Kevin. Natalie was saying though that she wouldn't tell the other houseguests because then they wouldn't keep her. Natalie did a very unconvincing job of looking upset. Natalie makes up some sort of story that if she made it to the final two, it was a reversal. If she got the votes, they would be taken away and give to the other person. It was such a bad lie that no one believed it. Even Kevin questioned her on it immediately, and his thought was that Natalie got something good and was just lying. Even Jordan realizes that Natalie was lying. Everyone thought that the reversal was that Natalie would get the votes. Natalie makes it even worse by telling them all to not ask her any more about Pandora's box. Kevin knows that Natalie is lying and wants to get to the truth. Kevin tells Natalie that she needs to think about what she is saying. So then Natalie tells them all that she got to spend 20 minutes with her boyfriend, and that he proposed. Unfortunately, no one believes her. Natalie said in diary room that she pulled herself out of hot water. Kevin realizes that the girl is a chronic liar, and has probably lied about everything. Natalie looked like a psycho with an orange crown and sunglasses for the nomination ceremony. Natalie put Kevin and Michele on the block. Natalie tells Kevin that she has to get him out because he is a strong player. Natalie also tells Michele that making a deal with Michele is like making a deal with the devil. Kevin said that he doesn't trust Natalie since she gave up the POV competition. Tuesday will be a live eviction night.

It's also time for America's vote to vote for favorite houseguest. That person gets $25,000. I know that I'll be voting up a storm for Jeff.

Thursday, September 3, 2009 -- Evening

Eviction NIght
Eviction night. I have not been looking forward to this night because it seems that Jeff will be going to the jury house. On the other hand, the BB sites have been hot with rumors that Russell may be coming back into the house. This came about because on Tuesday's episode, Russell's picture went from one leaving the house without a name to the one when Russell was in the house with his name. I think that it was just a faux pas on the part of producers, but because of it, people have been anxiously awaiting this show.

The show starts, and the picture of Russell is of him leaving. Obviously a faux pas on Tuesday's show. We see a rehash of the POV ceremony. Jeff said that his worse fear is to go up against Jordan. Jeff says he's really pisssed at Kevin, and he's going after Kevin if he gets to stay. Michele said that since Kevin didn't fall for it, she has to work on Natalie. Kevin and Natalie were talking, and Kevin stupidly isn't seeing that most of the people might be on Natalie's side. Natalie even bragged in diary room that she had no blood on her hands. Jeff said that he wants to keep Jordan's spirit up because he wants her to win this thing. As Jeff said, it was destiny because they were meant to meet and Jordan should win. Jeff tells Michele to stick with Michele because Michele will take Jordan to the final two. Jordan, though, thinks that Jeff should stay. Jeff realizes that he has Michele's vote, but that he needs another vote. Natalie said that is Jeff wants her to burn her only ally, Kevin, she needs a sweeter deal than he's offering. Jeff and Jordan were in bed together talking about the good-bye kiss that they will share when Jeff leaves. Later Michele and Jeff talk about giving Natalie the HOH next week. That would give her a guarantee to get into the final three. Natalie claims to be thinking about it, but based on the live feeds, it looks like Jeff's time is up.

We finally had some insight into Michele. BB had her husband, Tim, on the show. He talked about how on their first date, Michele brought a book to study for an exam the next day. Michele reminds me of other grad students that I've known. I like her. If it comes down to Jordan, Kevin, Michele, and Natalie, I'll be cheering for Michele. We got to see Russell arriving at the jury house. I like how they are showing more jury house time this season. Lydia admits that she has a crush over Jessie. I would imagine that means they are having non-stop sex. Both Jessie and Lydia were disappointed to see Russell. Jessie even ripped off his shirt. Jessie loved the story that Russell was backdoored. It seems that Natalie is getting ripped in the jury house because Jessie told Lydia and Russell that Natalie isn't 18, but 24. She acts like she's 16. Russell and Jessie both admit that they would vote for Jeff if he made it to the final two. Kevin said that he had no choice but to evict Jeff.

It's time for the eviction vote. Jeff tells Natalie that she has to do what is best for her. Jeff reminds Natalie that Kevin won't take her to final two because he doesn't have the jury votes to beat her. Natalie goes first and votes to evict Jeff. Michele votes to evict Jordan. So it is a tie that comes down to Kevin. Kevin then evicts Jeff. it makes sense because Jordan is the weakest competitor left in the house, even weaker than Natalie. Jeff leaves the house to wild applause. He was a very popular player. As Julie said, it was the first standing ovation that they had. Jeff said that the worst part of the game was not winning the POV. Jeff claimed that the reason he aligned with Kevin and Natalie was because he thought Russell was coming after him. As Jeff said, he took his chances, and he only has himself to blame. Julie also asked him what happened to the good-bye kiss with Jordan. It didn't happen because as Jeff said, he just got wrapped up and forgot.

HOH competition. It's a fact or fiction game where the houseguest takes a step one way or the other. Jordan got the first question right for one point. Then everyone got the second question right. Jordan and Natalie get the third question right. Everyone got the fourth question right. Michele was the only one to get the fifth and sixth question right. Then Natalie got the last question right so we had a three way tie. The tiebreaker question was won by Natalie, unfortunately. Natalie kept on saying over and over that she kept to her word, and that this win was for Chima. Boy, this really sucks. I hope that Michele wins the POV and that Kevin goes home, because I'm assuming that Natalie will put up Michele and Jordan.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009 -- Afternoon

Big Brother DVR
I had an early night last night, but fortunately for DVR, I recorded the show. The show started with the nomination ceremony. I love how Jeff called Kevin a snake for breaking his promise. The thing is that Jeff was stupid to believe that Natalie and Kevin weren't lying. Michele tells Jordan that Jordan lucked out because she didn't get nominated, and Michele says that in diary room that she has to win the veto. Jordan feels bad because she let Jeff down by not winning the HOH. Jordan realizes that she really needs to win the POV so she can take Kevin off the block, and then Natalie would have to go up in his place. Now we come to the big twist that Julie was pimping last Thursday. Kevin walks into the HOH room and sees a door and an envelope with question marks. Kevin opens the envelope and it says that opening Pandora's box (the door) can give something good or bad to the house. Once he opens the door, Kevin is commited and can't change his mind. Kevin sees a video that says something about putting your hand in a box to release $10,000. Kevin enters the room and puts his hand into the box. Then he screams a few times because his hand gets locked into the box. The houseguests go outside, and there is money coming down from the sky. One dollar bills are floating all over, and Kevin is trapped inside. Finally Natalie goes to look for Kevin and finds out that Kevin needs a key. Then Natalie goes downstairs to collect more money. Jeff thinks something else is up. Jeff goes upstairs to check out where Kevin is. Kevin tells Jeff that the only way to keep the money is to find the key. Because Kevin thinks that is the only way they will free him. Jeff finds the key, then goes running outside to collect more money. We then find the amounts of money each gets: Jordan $1,726, Natalie, $1904, Michele, $2563, and Jeff $3181. Finally, Natalie again goes up to Kevin, and Natalie says that she will steal the key from Jeff. Jeff instantly thinks that Natalie is up to something. Jeff tells Natalie to stop creeping after him. Jeff lets Keving free, and Kevin runs out to get the money. He winds up with only $626.

Next up is the POV competition. Each person had to get their gear and go into separate rooms where they waited for BB to call them out individually. Kevin realizes that from Natalie's actions that he can't trust her and has to win the veto himself. The game was to guess the two houseguests pictures that were used to create an alien face. Not only does the fastest player get the POV, but he or she gets a HD-TV. The first picture was Casey and Kevin. The second was Lydia and Ronnie. The third was Jeff and Jordan. The fourth was Natalie and Michele. The fifth was Jessie and Laura. The sixth picture was Braden and Russell. Kevin and Natalie seemed to do okay. Jordan really sucked at the game. Or at least she seemed to as they showed it. Michele looked good in the competition, and we know that she won. Kevin did it in 3:05, Natalie in 2:55, Jordan in 5:09, Michele in 1:52, and Jeff in 3:01. So Michele won the POV and the HD-TV. Michele says that she has to just win competitions and make it the final two. Michele said sorry to Jeff, and he just told her to get away from him. Michele approaches Jeff and tells him that she is going to vote for Jeff to stay because Michele realizes that she and Jeff stand a better chance to win HOH than Michele and Jordan. Jordan is crying and tells Jeff that she is going to tell everyone to vote for her instead of Jeff. Michele talks to Kevin and says that the final three should be Kevin, Michele, and Jeff. Michele tells Kevin that Natalie has more friends in the Jury house. Michele tries to explain that Jordan can't win competitions. Kevin says that he would like to get Michele in the end. Michele tells Kevin that Natalie will throw him under the bus. Kevin admits that he needs to think about what Michele is saying because Jeff could get rid of Natalie. Of course, we know that Michele takes herself off the block, and Kevin puts Jordan up in her place. I really dislike Natalie. She is my least favorite of the remaining houseguests. Jordan says that she would rather have Jeff stay over her. Kevin said that historically the gay houseguests have not made the best decisions, and he wants to make good ones. If Jeff goes home on Thursday, Kevin would be the one most worthy of winning.

Sunday, August 30, 2009 -- Evening

BB Show
The Big Brother show this evening showed the finish of Thursday's HOH competition. Of course, we already know that Kevin won HOH. As Jeff commented, Jordan started out good, but she got winded. i think that a good deal of it has to do with being chunky and out of shape. Michele knew she had to beat Kevin, and she tried to wipe the grate to get every drop in. The problem is that wasted time. Natalie spent most of her time on her butt. As Jeff commented, it looked like Natalie was going through the motions and leaving it up to Kevin. Meanwhile Kevin thought he had it filled, but the ping pong ball wasn't coming up to one of the holes. Kevin had to beat on the lid to jostle the ball so it would come up one of the holes. Michele has a crying fit in private because she didn't win the HOH, and she only has herself in the house, and no one else. Meanwhile Kevin and Natalie are trying to figure out who would be best on the block. As Kevin says, he has to think of what is best for him and who will get him farther. When it was time for Kevin's HOH room, they had photos of his boyfriend. Jeff said that the boyfriend looked like Enrique Inglesia. Then Kevin got a CD signed Enrique that prompted a "told you" from Jeff. Kevin appears to be really conflicted over who to get rid of this time. It seems that he and Natalie have been leaning towards Michele, but Kevin admits to Jeff that he is going to put Jeff up against MIchele. As Kevin says, he has to do that, otherwise, Jeff would play for the POV to take Jordan off. Then Kevin would have to put up Natalie and rely on Jeff and Jordan to keep Natalie. Of course, in the end, Kevin nominates Jeff and Natalie. Tuesday's show is the POV competition and ceremony.

Saturday, August 29, 2009 -- Morning

Reap What You Sow
Unfortunately, Jeff is reaping what he sowed at the Big Brother house. Kevin nominated Michele and Jeff for eviction. We all saw that coming when Jeff nominated Russell for eviction. You knew he wouldn't make final four then because Jordan sucks at all competitions, and Michele sucks at the physical ones. Well, the bad news is that the POV competition was last night, and Michele won POV. That means, the two nominated will be Jeff and Jordan. Natalie was saying she would want to get Michele out before Jeff, but with the choice betwen Jeff and Jordan, we can all say good-bye to Jeff. You live and learn. Jeff is not the first person to do something stupid in the BB house, and he won't be the last. A final two of Kevin and Natalie will be annoying as heck though.

Thursday, August 27, 2009 -- Late Evening

HOH Results
Kevin looks like he is going to win HOH. He almost has his bowl filled. Michele is a distant second, and Natalie and Jordan are basically phoning it in. This does not look good for Jeff and Jordan.

HOH Competition

Thursday, August 27, 2009 -- Evening

Another Eviction and HOH
Things have been volatile in the Big Brother house, with Russell delivering on his promise to make Jeff and Jordan miserable. He's been threatening Jeff and call Jordan fight. There have been several blow-ups over the past couple of days. I think that Jeff was a fool to listen to Natalie and Kevin's lies, and he can only hope neither wins HOH. Tonight's eviction show starts with Kevin ecstatic that Jeff was stupid enough to believe Kevin's lies. Natalie admits that the plan is to go for Jeff next week if they win. I can't believe how stupid Jeff was to buy Kevin and Natalie's lies. Michele goes to Russell after the POV, and starts crying with him. Michele says that even though she really doesn't like Russell, she has felt a bond with him. Russell wanted to wring Jeff's neck after seeing Michele cry because he thought that Jeff was an idiot to break the alliance. Jeff said that he thought Russell broke the final four deal because he had a final two deal with Michele. Russell tried to explain that final four came before final two. Russell threatens to beat up Jeff if Jeff gets to the jury house. Jeff keeps on saying that he's not afraid of Russell. Jordan starts to get in the middle, and Russell starts on her. As Jeff says in the diary room, who wants to save a guy who blows up like that all the time. Russell tries to work Kevin for a vote by telling him that once Russell leaves, there will not be anyone else strong enough to take out Jeff. Kevin claims in diary room that he doesn't know what to do because it would be a big move. Should Kevin stay loyal to Natalie or switch to Russell? Who would get Kevin further? It was hilarious that the first 15 minutes of the show was Russell yelling at Jeff and Jordan.

We did get to see Jessie in the jury house. Jessie said that it was a game, and he didn't care that Lydia was willing to hold anything against him. Lydia tries to do some pretend boxing with Jessie. She said that she wanted to kick him and hug him. Jessie admited that he was inclined to vote for Jeff at the end to give him $500,000.

Time for eviction. Natalie says that everyone promised her that she would be staying in the house so she wanted to thank them. Russell was very gracious at the end and said everyone was great who was still in the house, and that he was wishing each and every one of them luck. Jordan voted to evict Russell (duh) and so did Kevin. So that meant Russell was leaving. Michele also voted Russell. So Russell is out. Russell told Julie Chen that he thought it was the smartest thing Jeff could do to get of him now. Jordan in her final message said that she had never been so disrespected by anyone before. Jordan said that Russell would not like it if someone called his sister fat. Well, Jordan is chunking it up.

The HOH competition is an endurance type competition. It's similar to the competition from BB8 from the same time period that Zack won. Basically, the houseguests have to carry a liquid from one container to another while crossing a slippery lane. The cup holds 8 oz, and the bowl that they have to fill takes 16 gallons. I'm thinking this is not going to be a Jordan win. Michele seemed to start out good. I hope she continues. It would suck to have Kevin or Natalie win.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009 -- Evening

We Got Drama
The live feeds have been brimming with drama. Jeff used the POV to remove Kevin from the block and put Russell up in his place. In what might be a stupid move, Jeff listened to the lies that Kevin and Natalie have been telling him about Russell. As Jeff said when Russell denied plotting against him, "but that's what I'm hearing." Never thought that he might be hearing lies that the other two are saying to save their butts. Tonight on the BB show, we got to see the scheming that lead up Russell going on the block. Russell said that he understood that there was an opportunity for a backdoor and that the POV was important. Russell told Jeff that he appreciated Jeff's moves and wouldn't vote against Jeff or nominate him. Jeff is bothered by the fact that when he took Russell off the block, Russell voted to keep Jessie. But that was because Russell wanted the guys to be together against the girls. On the show, Jeff and Jordan got into a fight because Jeff said that he wanted Jordan to work harder on trying to win competitions by studying things in the house, or other things. Jeff said that he was trying to help her, and Jordan said that he should just take care of himself, and she would take care of herself. Kevin admits that he so hopes that Jeff and Jordan take the bait because as soon as he can, he's stabbing them in the back. Natalie admits that they haven't won anything yet, and they have to win the POV. The POV came down to Jeff and Michele, and Jeff just beat Michele out. Jordan was the first one out, and she said that Jeff would probably be mad at her for her lack of effort. Russell and Michele were talking about Jeff putting up one of them. Russell said he would lose it (which he does.) Russell is 100% right when he says that there will be three of the final five against Jeff and Jordan. This movie is a stupid one on Jeff's part. As Russell says after he was nominated, Jeff will the the strongest player in the game and that leaves Jeff with a huge target on his back.

Sunday, August 23, 2009 -- Evening

BB Schemes
Tonight we got to see the final of Thursday's HOH competition. Jordan wanted Jeff to win because she trusts him, Kevin wanted to win to save his alliance, and Russell wanted to win to make the final four. The HOH competition was made more difficult by board with a random slide to cover the can entrance. As they started to get to five and seven cans, the competition started to get more competitive. Kevin started to get a good groove going on, and anything he did seemed to work right. He had a can bounce off the slider into the tube. Kevin had a huge lead. Then the houseguests got six gold cans that could be used to shut down another houseguest for 60 seconds. Russell said he had no problem using the gold can to his advantage. When Kevin had 21 cans, Russell got a gold can and blocked Kevin. That stopped Kevin, and allowed Jeff to get a rhythm and catch up to Kevin. Kevin then used a gold can on Russell and blocked him. That helped Jeff because Russel wasn't banging around causing Jeff to miss. Then Jeff just needed one can, and Kevin tried to use a gold can on Jeff, but didn't make it. Fortunately, Jeff got the last can and got HOH. Russell and Michele were the two with the lowest score, so they would be have-nots for the week. The funniest part of the show was when Jordan told Jeff that he should take her to Hawaii, since Jeff won the Hawaii trip a week or so ago. Jeff said that he would take her, but she would have to make out. The second funniest was when Jeff was tending the BB garden, and Jordan and Kevin were both lusting over shirtless Jeff. There is the usual drama with the HOH becoming paranoid about what people are plotting and scheming. Jeff tells Kevin and Natalie that he is nominating them as pawns. They have to win the POV, and then Russell can be backdoored. When it is time for the nomination ceremony, Jeff pulls Russell's key first, then Michele's, and finally Jordan's. Jeff has succeeded in calming Russell, and we shall see if Russell is nominated in the POV ceremony (Jeff has the POV).

Saturday, August 22, 2009 -- Evening

Big Brother Update
Jeff has been wondering what to do during his tenure as HOH. He and Jordan have been doing some scheming on the show, but so far, Jeff has nominated Natalie and Kevin for eviction. Today was the POV competition, and Jeff won the POV. It seems that the POV competition might have been a messy one because the houseguests had to shower afterwards. Now the question is if Jeff will backdoor Russell and take off either Kevin or Natalie and put Russell up instead. I would hope that Jeff would keep Russell, but at the same time, I can understand getting rid of a competitor. One person that I would want to eliminate from the game is Kevin because he seems like he can win (or come close to winning) competitions.

Thursday, August 20, 2009 -- Late Evening

HOH Resuults
Sounds like Jeff won the HOH! Couldn't be better!

Thursday, August 20, 2009 -- Evening

Eviction and new HOH
We had to wait until this evening for the POV competition in the Big Brother house. The plan was to have tonight be a double eviction night. However, with the Chima expulsion, things had to be rweorked. So the producers delayed the POV competition. It's definitely put the houseguests on edge, and there has been scheming. Natalie may have made a deal with Jeff and Jordan, although she told Lydia and Kevin about it, and told them that she would nominate Jeff and Jordan for eviction if she wins HOH. I think the safest thing would be for Russell to win the POV. Then we can only hope that Natalie is evicted. Then have Russell, Jeff, or Michele win the HOH. We also heard a production announcement even though the feed went to fishes that the houseguests should wear athletic clothing tonight. That means we must be having another endurance competition.

Julie Chen started the show by saying it would be the most action packed of the summer. Natalie admitted in the diary room that she is outnumbered with no true friends. Jordan tells Natalie in the green room that she is safe, but that she reserves the right to get rid of Natalie if something changes. Natalie immediately goes to Kevin and says that she is a pawn. Kevin admits that he doesn't know where he stands with Lydia because she makes enemies with everyone. Kevin admits in the diary room that if he won the POV, he might use it on Natalie. Meanwhile Russell said that he would take Michele off the block if she went up. Russell says that he would want to take Michele to the end because they are both hated. Jeff walks in then. Russell and Michele try to act cool, but Russell admits in the diary room that the smart move would be to get rid of him or Michele. Late one night, Lydia admits to Natalie that she (Lydia) and Jessie had sex. Surprisingly, Natalie and Lydia have a talk and resolve their hatred over Jessie playing them. Kevin, Lydia, and Natalie talk about planting a seed of doubt about Michele and Russell. They tell Jeff a lie that Russell is planning on putting Jeff up. The goal is to keep Kevin, Natalie, and Lydia safe. Kevin rehearses the lie, and then tells Jeff that he is opening a line of communication. Kevin claims that he heard Michele and Russell talking about getting Jeff out next week. Jeff buys it because he's not too bright. Kevin even admitted that he would think that Jeff was an idiot for believing him. Kevin is an idiot. Jeff tells Jordan and says that if someone wins the POV that Russell might be backdoored. Jordan talks sense because she says she's more concerned about losing numbers. Jeff and Jordan don't think that Kevin would lie. Stupid! Although, the foursome, Jeff, Jordan, Michele, and Russell, hashed things out and they realize they shouldn't believe the other three.

Natalie got her call from her father and did some crying, and then it was time for the POV competition. It's a before/after competition with questions about whether things happened before or after. Everyone gets the first questions right. Lydia, Jeff, and Natalie are removed with the second question. The remaining three get the next question right. Then Kevin is eliminated. It's down to Michele and Jordan. Both kept on getting the answers right. Finally, they had to go to a tiebreaker. Jordan got the POV. Lydia looked disappointed because no one in her alliance got the POV. Unfortunately, my local station thought it was important to break into the BB show to tell us about rain that was coming. But It seems that Jordan did not use the POV. They really need to get rid of Natalie. Russell votes first, and he votes to evict Lydia. Michele also votes to evict Lydia. Then Jeff votes to evict Lydia, and it's official. Lydia is out. Kevin votes to evict Natalie, but it's for naught. Lydia, still dressed in her Captain Unitard outfit, leaves after hugging Kevin.

Finally it's time for the HOH competition. it's a one hour game. The houseguests have to stack 24 cans in a recycle tube by dropping them into the tube. If no one reaches 24 by the hour, then the houseguest with the most cans after an hour wins HOH. After the show ended, the feeds were still showing trivia.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009 -- Evening

Finally the Chima Expulsion
CBS finally showed Chima being removed. They, of course, didn't show the true lowness of Chima and how she hid Jeff's clothes and then put lotion all over them and then started to commmander the washing facilities so he couldn't clean his clothes. They did show how Chima broke the house rules throughout her stay in the BB house: not putting on her microphone, not going to the diary room when called, etc. Allison Grodner told Chima to go to the diary room, and when Chima eventually went, she was escorted from the house. The houseguests found and Kevin got the most upset because he realized it was bad for their alliance. The houseguests were told that there would be an HOH competition. Then Lydia was saying that she would put up the "evil" side. Funny because Lydia is on the evil side. The HOH competition was a miniature golf competition. Lydia was the first one out, and she got to pick a prize from the prize table. She picked the HOH key, but you know the first person to pick is not going to keep the prize. Natalie was next out, and she got an Hawaiian vacation. Then Russell was out. He picked a call from home, but traded with Natalie to get the vacation. Natalie tried to make it out to seem that Russell was being nice and giving her the phone call, which he wasn't. Then Kevin was out, and he got $5000. It came down to Jeff and Jordan. Jeff asked Jordan if she wanted the HOH, and she said that she would like a letter from home. So Jeff knocked the ball out of the play area, so Jordan won. Jeff got a spa treatment, but he traded that for Russell's Hawaiian vacation. Then Jordan got the Captain Unitard outfit, but of course, she exchanged it for the HOH key. At the point, Lydia started calling Jordan a ho. That's really funny because Jordan hasn't had sex with anyone in the house. Meanwhile everyone watching the live feeds has seen Lydia having sex with Jessie. Well, Lydia got drunk and started pouring out Natalie's beer and throwing out her food. Then she flipped out on Jeff who was just trying to tell her to calm down because it's a game. When Jessie and company evicted Jeff's friends, he didn't act like a vindictive psycho. Natalie and Lydia are both coming across as vindictive, psycho bitches, and it's not a pretty sight. They are going to be so embarrassed when they leave the house. Jordan nominated Lydia and Natalie, of course. So far, from watching the live feeds, it doesn't look like the POV has been played yet. It might be tomorrow.

Sunday, August 16, 2009 -- Evening

Big Brother Show
So today was the first BB show since yesterday's events. It was interesting to hear Michele say that she had respect for Jeff because putting up Jessie and Natalie was a good power move. When Michele got her HOH room, Jeff commented on how it was funny to see Lydia, Natalie, and Chima kissing Michele's ass. The funniest part of the show was watching Lydia, Natalie, and Chima crying over Jessie leaving the house. As Kevin said, you would have thought the guy was run over by a Mack truck. The three harpies were saying that Jessie was the kindest person, never a harsh word for anyone, and praying for them, even when he put them on the block. What a bunch of ding-dongs! It was hilarious to see Kevin there listening to them and rolling his eyes. You can see how those three harpies were building up their emotions to the point of no return. What Big Brother should have done is mention that Chima left on Saturday. Obviously they are going to hold it for Tuesday's show. Natalie made a telling remark when she commented that she hasn't really been playing the game. Michele said that she had to put up the people that would not take her to final four or beyond. Wise decision. So now we have to wait until Tuesday's show to see the Chima meltdown.

Sunday, August 16, 2009 -- Morning

Those Who Remain
Last night the houseguests were separated into the alliances. Lydia, Natalie, and Kevin were in the kitchen eating food that Jeff, Jordan, and Michele made for the whole house. Lydia was trying to be sly and pretending not to eat while Jeff or Jordan was around. What a bunch of immature children! It seems that in the HOH competition, Lydia won the opportunity of wearing a unitard. She's "Captain Unitard." It seems that Lydia was acting very resistant to wearing the unitard, but finally gave in.

Remaining Houseguests

Saturday, August 15, 2009 -- Evening

Jordan now HOH
CBS has sent out a presss release saying that Chima was removed from the Big Brother house for breaking the rules. The girl was definitely a loose cannon, and as I've said, in desperate need of some psychiatric counseling. Also, they say that Chima will not be part of the jury. So I'm not sure what they are going to do with the jury because they will need an odd number of people to prevent a tie. There are some rumors that Ronnie might be brought back. From what I can gather from the little bit of the feeds that I did get to see today, Jordan is now HOH. I guess there was an HOH competition since Chima is gone and they want to keep the show moving. It's more than like that Natalie and Lydia are going to go up on the block next. Natalie has been taunting Jeff, calling him a terrorist. All I know is that Chima, Natalie, and Lydia are the sorriest bunch of poor losers that I've ever seen on the show.

Saturday, August 15, 2009 -- Morning

Chima Thrown Out of BB House
Drama overnight in the Big Brother house. Chima threw a fit because she was nominated for eviction. She kept on washing clothes in the washer and dryer so no one else could use it, and she was going around hiding other people's clothes. She refused to wear her mic, and then threw it into the jacuzzi when Kevin brought it out. Kevin brought out another one later, and Chima put it on for a few seconds, and then took it off again. Then she put in on her shirt in the belly button position, and sat in the house plotting with Natalie, Lydia, and Kevin how they would hide and destroy Jeff's stuff, and keep the washer and dryer in constant use. The foursome are acting like spoiled, bratty, babies who had their lollipops stolen. Incredibly immature! Then the feeds went to fish. When it came back, hours later, Chima was gone. She either stormed out or was removed by Big Brother for her behavior. As I've said before, Chima needs psychiatric help.

Friday, August 14, 2009 -- Late Evening

Chima gets her comeuppance!
Michele nominated Chima and Natalie for eviction. Great!

Friday, August 14, 2009 -- Evening

Best Laid Schemes of Mice and Houseguests
Well, sometimes the best schemes turn out to bite you in the butt. Chima seems to have thought that she had Michele under her control. However, it seems from the live feeds that Michele is aligning herself with Jeff, Jordan, and Russell. There have been whispers between Michele and Jordan that seem to hint that Chima and Natalie may be the ones who go on the block. I think that would be just great, especially since Chima was so cocky after Michele won the HOH yesterday. Chima was acting as if she was in total control. Chima has been trying to tell Michele to put up Jeff and Russell. The feeds have been on triva for the past hour and a half, supposedly, the Nomination ceremony. The only thing that I can surmise is that Chima is throwing another tantrum. As for Chima's tantrum yesterday, it was a bust when Big Brother placated Chima by giving her beauty supplies and food that she requested. That hasn't stopped Chima from pulling dirty tricks, like hogging the washing machine and not washing her dirty dishes. Chima is one sick puppy, and when she goes home, she should probably seek some psychiatric counseling. The houseguests had a half-way party, and the big dining table was replaced by the smaller one.

Thursday, August 13, 2009 -- Evening

There were rumor that tonight's Big Brother live eviction was pre-recorded earlier today, but it looked live. Chima has been threatening violent retribution if someone uses the Coup d'Etat. I have to ask why they don't throw her off the show. Chima is one sick puppy, and unfortunately for her, when she coms out of the house, she's going to see what a negative image she has presented. Of course, she may not mind because that is probably the person that she is. Jeff had better use the Coup d'Etat. After all, we, the viewers, put all those votes on Jeff to have him not use it. Russell knew that Kevin wouldn't use the POV on him, but he was going to do what he could to say. Meanwhile Jessie was obsessing about someone using the Coup d'Etat to put him on the block. I love when Jessie and Jordan try to befriend Jeff and Jordan because they think that either one of them has the "wizard" power. While Russell and Jessie are playing pool, Russell calls it when he says the girls may get rid of the guys. Chima is already talking about that. Jessie says that he won't support Russell because Russell has made it clear that he is on the side of Jeff. When Russell and Michele are talking, and Jessie walks in and starts telling Michele not to listen to Russell. Russell starts going off on Jessie. Annoying Chima was talking to Jessie, and she said that if Jeff uses the Coup d'Etat, she will give him nothing but drama.

Side note about Julie Chen, she had on a really ugly polka dot dress.

Back to the show. Julie tells the house guests that starting tonight, the evicted house guest goes to the jury house. The video story today was on Chima. They try to make her out like a nice person when we know that she is a real itchy bee. We hear from family and friends. The only thing all agree is that Chima acts like a princess. Chima's grandmother said that she would tell Chima to listen a little bit more and not yell. In fact, her grandmother said that Chima should be civil and not to make things so personal. i think that I really like her grandmother. Chima tells Julie that she would rather stick to the issues and that she doesn't like to make things personal. Really? Boy, that Chima is deluded.

Time for the vote. Julie asks if someone will be using the Coup d'Etat. Jeff stands. He is going to use it. Jeff can change one or both of the nominations. Chima can compete in the HOH which really sucks. Jeff takes Lydia off the block. He puts Natalie in her place. Jeff takes Russell off the block. Jeff puts up Jessie in Russell's place. Jessie takes off his shirt, and underneath is a shirt with Jessie's picture and the phrase, "the Man, the Myth, the Legend." Jeff tells Natalie and Jeff that they have been running the house, and they need to feel the block. Neither Jeff or Chima can vote. Both Jessie and Natalie are in shock, although they thought it was coming. Lydia votes first and votes to evict Natalie. Jordan votes to evict Jessie, and so does Kevin and Michele. Russell votes to evict Natalie. Jessie is out. When he gets the news, he gives Natalie a big hug, and only a short one for Lydia. Chima immediately starts saying she is going to talk to the producers because she thinks that Jeff told Russell. He didn't.

The HOH competition pits two houseguests against each other with the losing getting knocked out of the competition. Lydia and Kevin are up first, and Kevin wins. There's Chima telling Kevin who to put up against each other, Russell and Jeff. Jeff picks Chima and Natalie. Chima got it right and picked Jeff and Jordan. Jeff won. He put Kevin and Chima against each other. Kevin got it right, and Michele and Jeff were up next. Michele won against Jeff and then against Kevin. Chima was jiggling away with happiness because Chima feels that she controls both of them.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009 -- Evening

POV Competition
It's POV night on Big Brother, and people are wondering if Jeff has the Coup d'Etat, or Wizard power, as they call it. Jeff is constantly being called to the diary room, and that has them all suspicious. Russell talks to Jeff and tries to get Jeff on his team. Jeff says that he might be interested in saving Russell. Later Russell tries to talk to Michele about her lies. What is funny about it is that Michele tries to say that she can't remember things even though she has a Ph.D. Meanwhile we see the video evidence that what Russell says is true, and that Michele is lying. In a diary room discussion, Chima refers to Russell as a "tyrant." However, on the live feeds, Chima has been calling Russell a terrorist because he is Lebanonese. Chima is such a racist, but unfortunately, that isn't being shown on the tv show. It's amazing how they spin the show to make Chima seem a sympathetic character while Russell is shown in a negative light. That's not how it is if you watch the live feeds. The POV competition has the houseguests manuevering eggs out of a chicken coop and across a wavy bridge to a stand. The first to get 12 eggs win. Russell and Lydia both had houseguest's choice. Russell picked Jeff making it clear that he wasn't aligned with Jessie anymore. Lydia picked Kevin because she was sure he would use the POV on her (he doesn't.) Jessie was really pissed because he wanted to play in the POV so he could protect himself against the Coup d'Etat. As Jeff said, the thing that made the competition difficult for him is that he has no patience. The competition was really close between Kevin and Russell, with Russell just finishing a fraction of a second behind Kevin. After Kevin wins, he admits in the diary room that although he loves Lydia, he has to think of himself. After the POV competition, Kevin tells Lydia he won't use the POV, and she gets a little pissed. Then Russell tells Jessie that Russell is his only way to stay in the competition. Russell tries to talk Jessie into getting Chima to put up Jeff. Jessie then goes to Jeff and tells him. Then Jessie tells Jordan the same thing. Jordan says in the diary room that she doesn't trust anything that Jessie tells her. Finally! In the final moments of the show, Chima calls Russell a terrorist. Russell called Chima a racist, and Chima is so mature, she starts sticking her fingers in her ears and saying "la, la" and then she starts screaming at Russell calling him a terrorist repeatedly. Chima is so immature. Russell and Lydia talk about Kevin not using the veto on her. Kevin gets pissed about that, but he never planned on using it on her because he's trying to keep himself safe in the long run. Chima says that the person who wins the POV should respect the HOH and not use the POV. If Kevin uses the POV, then Chima is after him. Of course, Kevin doesn't use the POV.

Sunday, August 9, 2009 00 Evening

Chima's nominations
I haven't been watching much of the live feeds since Thursday because I really can't stand Chima. She is one of the ugliest Big Brother contestants in years. She has been jealous because Russell wasn't so keen on her providing him with sexual favors, probably because she is really ugly, and she nominated him and Lydia for eviction. The POV competition was held yesterday, and Kevin won, but is saying he won't take Lydia off the block. Rather stupid of him I think. I would take her off if she were a member of my alliance.

Tonight was the eviction nomination night on the BB show. It's hiliarious when the show a clip of Ronnie saying "I try to handle everything with class" and farts. After that the show starts with Ronnie's rant against Michele. What a hypocrite he is because he's a rat. As Michele said, Ronnie is just jealous because the Big Brother encyclopedia didn't even make it to the jury house. Jeff really loves having the mystery power, and he said in the show's diary room that he is happy to have the mystery power, and he's going to use it. As Jeff said, he can't stand that everyone is talking about it saying that it would be stupid to use it because people would get made at him. Chima told a sad story in this episode, about being raped by a serial killer. She said the guy went on death row and was executed. Nope, I still don't feel sympathy for her. Jeremy Piven came into the house to announce a luxury competition to see his new movie, The Goods. They had to break up into two teams to "sell" cars. Jeff, Kevin, Lydia, and Michele were on one team (the ties), and Jessie, Natalie, Russell, and Jordan on the other (the shirts). Chima was the host. The winning team sees the movie and one member of the team gets $10,000. The losing team becomes a have-not. Chima got to choose a team, and if they won, she got to see the movie too. She chose the shirts. The competition was to stuff things into a car and get the most points. The shirts won the competition, and when they picked checks, Russell had the highest amount and won $10,000 in the competition. I started to feel a smidge for Jessie because he is caught between Natalie and Lydia. Natalie doesn't want Jessie talking to Lydia because if Lydia gets HOH, she may put up Natalie. Chima and Natalie want Lydia to go home because she comes in between Natalie and Jessie. Natalie and Chima really need to get over themselves. I hope that Jeff does use the Coup d'Etat, and that he puts up Jessie and Natalie.

Thursday, August 6, 2009 -- Evening

Coup d'Etat
Finally, eviction night on Big Brother. We also found out who won the Coup D'Etat. Russell looked really cool in a black suit and black shirt. Very sharp. Lydia, meanwhile, had made a black, makeup mask over her eyes. She really looked like a freak. Russell thought that Jordan and Michele were scheming about him, when in reality, they were just talking about literature. Russell did not want to believe Jordan when she told him that. So Michele was in the HOH room with Russell and told him that Chima said that she wanted Russell out and that Chima said not to trust Russell. Russell then quizzed Jessie about it, and Jessie lied and said that Chima never mentioned that. Then we saw the start of the fight. Natalie told Chima that Russell was going to confront her about backdooring Russell. So Chima gets Michele, and Michele denies telling Russell what we all just saw Chima saying that. Michele tries to cover her ass because she didn't want to be called out in front of Russell. I really hate how Chima and Michele are playing mind games with Russell. They only saw a few minutes of the over hour long fight. We didn't see Chima throw water on Russell, and we didn't see Kevin jump all over Ronnie. Ronnie meanwhile was scheming to get Jordan to vote for him claiming it was a sympathy vote. Jeff was in the room kissing Jordan, and Ronnie comes into the room and would not stop talking and farting. A real romance breaker, and a real loser. Russell came across as very gracious when he was talking to Julie Chen in the HOH room. Russell said that he is going to try to not backstab either Jessie or Jeff because he likes both. And finally we heard about the Coup d'Etat. 12 million people voted, and Jeff won. I was so happy because I voted for him several times. Jeff has two chances to use the Coup d'Etat, this week and next. This is great news. Ronnie started crying and thanking everyone for getting him into the house. Then he turned on Michele and said that he has nothing good to say about her, and that she is the worse person he knows. Time for the votes: Kevin voted to evict Ronnie, then Michele and Chima both voted to evict Lydia. Commercial break, then Jessie voted to evict Lydia. Michele, Jordan, and Jeff all voted to evict Ronnie. Thank god! Ronnie was evicted. Ronnie was sounding teary voiced, and he wouldn't let Michele say that she had no ill-will towards Ronnie. All I have to say is thank goodness that Ronnie, the Rat, is out. Julie Chen called Ronnie on the fact that calling Michele a liar was like the pot calling the kettle black. The HOH competition was based on messages from viewers that were broadcast in the house. Chima, the ugly one, unfortunately, won and thanked Ronnie for coaching her to help her win.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009 -- Afternoon

BB Recap
I watched yesterday's episode of BB online, and it was more of the same things that we have seen in the past weeks and in the live feeds. Ronnie was doing a good deal of fake crying and trying to scheme his way out of eviction. At one point, after Michele won the POV, Ronnie begged her to use it on him, and then threatened her if she didn't use on it him. As he said, he has an alliance in the house, and if she didn't remove him, she would be evicted next. We also saw some of the precursor to the breakdown that happened in the house Monday night. Russell got into a huge fight with Chima because he basically doesn't trust her, and we saw in the show last night, that he overheard her talking trash about him with Ronnie. Of course, Chima tried to deny things, but Russell isn't necessarily as paranoid as others are trying to make him out. Basically Chima is really missing male company (to put it nicely), and she was trying unsuccessfully to get in Russell's pants. I can understand it because Chima is one ugly wench, with an extremely annoying laugh. Anyway, the show ended with Michele not using the POV. I can't wait to see Thursday's episode because I hope to see Ronnie walk out the door, and I hope that we will see the fights that were on the live feeds. If you have the live feeds, you need to check out the action from 10 p.m. until midnight on Monday. Also, we should find out on Thursday who has the power of coup d'etat.

Sunday, August 2, 2009 -- Evening

Big Brother Show
We got to see the HOH competition on Big Brother this evening. Kevin fell off after 21 minutes, and Lydia just gave up and drapped at 25 minutes. Kevin got $5000 for his prize package, and Lydia got a 46 inch flatscreen. Ronnie felt third and got nothing in his box. Natalie felt after 49 minutes and got nothing in her box too. Jessie was not to happy because his alliance members just gave up. The only hope Jessie had was Chima. Jessie didn't like that Lydia and Kevin were trying to act nonchalant about their prize wins. Michele admitted that she didn't think she had any true friends so she was going to play her hardest to guarantee her safety. Chiima was impressive because she was getting batted around and spun head over heels, but she held on because she was thinking o Jessie and Natalie. Chima fell, leaving only Michele, Jeff, and Russell. Jessie felt that he had tugged on his parachute, and nothing happened. Jeff said that his back and legs were hurting, but he couldn't give up at that point. Jessie sent some signals to Russell making sure Russell knew to make a deal with Jeff because Jessie wanted Russell to get HOH. Michele got knocked into the big diploma, and her pants got caught and held her upside down on the swing. Jessie ran over with a towel to cover her private parts, which was nice of him. Russell wanted to get Ronnie out because he heard Ronnie bad mouthing him. Russell asked the others to leave, and then he had Jeff had a talk. Russell told Jeff that he wanted to get a letter from his Pop because his dad had neck surgery. Russell told Jeff that he promised not to put up Jeff or Jordan, and he swore on his dad. Jeff dropped then and gave it to Russell. Russell and Jeff could barely walk after the competition after three hours and 38 minutes. Jordan got the last prize for dropping, and she got to pick three people to make them Have-Nots. She picked names from a hat and picked Natalie, Kevin, and Jessie. Jessie was not happy about it. We then heard Ronnie thinking that he was going to get the mystery power. Ronnie annoyingly told America to vote for him to get the power so he could use it for good. Jeff and Russell made a bid to quietly form an alliance. Meanwhile, Lydia told Russell that Jessie and Natalie were after him. Ronnie asked if he was safe, and Russell told him sure. Ronnie wanted Lydia and Kevin nominated because they are floaters. Lydia was upset when she was nominated, but she is a floater. She said that she was going to find hard to win POV, but we know that she didn't win.

Saturday, August 1, 2009 -- Evening

BB Nominations and POV
Nominations on BB: Ronnie and Lydia. It seems that Russell isn't taking the easy way out by further aligning himself with Jessie. I wouldn't mind seeing either of these two going home. However, it seems that Michele won the POV, and she might be thinking of taking Ronnie off the block. I don't know if that is actually the case because she isn't a huge fan of Ronnie. Maybe she believes that Ronnie will have her back. I wouldn't trust Ronnie as far as I could throw him, and I doubt that I can throw his big butt far.

Friday, July 31, 2009 -- Early Morning

Russell Wins HOH
It came down to Russell and Jeff last night, and Russell managed to hang on longer. After the competition, Russell and Jeff had a talk. Russell promised Jeff and Jordan safety. Russell even swore on his dad's life. We'll have to see if Russell keeps his promise. I would love to see Ronnie, Jessie, or Lydia go home this week. They should target Jessie because he could be a threat with HOH wins.

Thursday, July 30, 2009 -- Post Show

Endurance Competition
Great news! Ronnie quickly eliminated. He got knocked off by the diploma and joins Kevin on the sidelines! Also out are Lydia and Natalie. Let's go Jeff or Jordan.

HOH Endurance Competition

Thursday, July 30, 2009 -- Evening

Eviction Night
It's eviction night on Big Brother. It's sad that Casey has been nominated because Ronnie got caught scheming with Jeff and Jordan, but unfortunately, he's going to remain in the house. For some reason the houseguests that that an endurance competition on for the HOH competition. On the show this evening, we found out from Julie Chen that the cliques are being disbanded. That is going to make it easier now for someone who is in the same clique to get rid of others. No one is safe now. When it came time for the vote, everyone except for Russell voted to evict Casey. That is a shame because Casey was a fun guy. His speech before the vote was amazing. Casey called out Jessie as an ignoramus who was self-centered and called Ronnie a jerk. Casey also told the others to not be sheep and led to their slaughter. When Casey was leaving, Jessie tried to say something, and Casey just told him that he told everyone one thing and stabbed people in the back. Then Natalie, the pit bull, was trying to make it seem that Casey was the back stabber. I really, really hate Ronnie, and I hope that he gets his just desserts this coming week. Jessie is a close second, Lydia third. After Casey left, the house guests were called into the living room and told that there were no more cliques. They were also told that one of them would get a mystery power that could be used in the next two weeks. The power must be kept a secret until it is used. It's an America Votes, so the fans get to decide who gets the power. It's called the Coup D'Etat. That person can replace one or two of the nominations for eviction. The HOH competition was an endurance match. Makes you wonder how they figured it out. The houseguests were on small seat swing and spun around. A huge diploma was added to the mix to whack the players as they spun around. The first five who are eliminated get to pick a prize package. One of the packages has a $5000 prize.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009 -- Evening

Casey Blindsided
Things are heating up on the Big Brother live feeds. All the houseguests seem to be scheming against each other, and the Lydia/Natalie rivalry is heating up. Michele took herself off the block, and Casey was put up in her place. He was really blindsided by that because everyone seemed to think that Jessie would nominate Ronnie. Lydia and Kevin are trying to keep their clique sound, but it seems that everyone is in on the plan to vote out Casey. The thing is that someone other than an Athlete or a Brain needs to win HOH. I would love to see Jessie, Natalie, Ronnie, or Chima go home next, especially Ronnie. Natalie is really scheming to get rid of Lydia. The funny thing is that I'm feeling for Jessie because he has both Natalie and Lydia giving him a hassle. Chima, wearing a big-ass, ugly hat as you can see in the picture, Jordan, Michele, and Natalie were talking about what the next HOH competition might be. They started talking in detail about different types of endurance competitions (obviously they think it will be endurance this week) when BB told them to stop talking about it.

Girls Hanging Out and Gossiping

Sunday, July 26, 2009 -- Evening

Ronnie the Rat Lives
With Jessie as the HOH, Ronnie the Rat is safe in the house for another week. Jessie is keeping Ronnie around for some unknown reason. It seems from the live feeds that Jessie nominated Jordan and Michele for eviction, but Michele won the POV competition yesterday. There are rumors that Casey will be put up in her place, and he will be voted out. Now for a description of what they had on the BB show. We got to see what happened after the HOH competition on Thursday. Ronnie admitted that he was quite hopeful that Jessie would keep him. Meanwhile, Kevin was worried because he saw Ronnie mouthing "thank god" when Jessie won. Casey told Kevin that they would have to see what Jessie would do because he has the ability to manipulate Jessie. Also, we got to see Russell make a secret deal with Ronnie. Russell admits that he is trying to play as many angles as possible. Back in one of the rooms, Natalie and Russell want to get rid of Casey. Ronnie the Rat laughs at the idea that there is hope for him because of the support of Jessie, Russell, and Natalie. It was obvious that there is tension between Natalie and Lydia over Jessie. Lydia has been having sex with Jessie (really disgusting in my opinion), and she is jealous of Natalie's relationship with Jessie. Well, Casey mentioned in front of Natalie that Jessie really needs to not add a target on his back by keeping Ronnie, and Natalie ran and spun that to Jessie because she wants Casey out and Ronnie to stay in. I think it is hilarious how the stuff we see on TV tries to show the Jessie/Lydia relationship as a kindergarden love. Nope! As Kevin put it, "Lydia's into Jessie, Natalie's into Jessie, and Jessie's into Jessie." In the Have/Have Nots competition, the Off-Beats had 12 ice cubes in their cup, while Jordan (the only remaining Popular) had 11. and the Brains had more than more that 12 and had to be the Have Nots. Kevin was targeting the Brains because of Ronnie. The food voted on the menu by the fans was cocktail weinies and cabbage. I really hate Ronnie, and hie arrogant happiness at not being nominated. He had an act where he tried to pretend that he was surprised to not be nominated. What a jerk!

Thursday, July 23, 2009 -- Evening

Eviction Night
Tonight was eviction night on Big Brother. CBS showed the outing of rat, Ronnie. They also showed Russell tormenting Ronnie. For the past few days, Ronnie has been holed up in the HOH room, eating the candy and chips that he got as HOH. Everytime Ronnie would leave the room, when he was called to the Diary Room for example, Russell would race into the house, and mock Ronnie the entire time. Unfortunately, it was down to Laura and Jordan, and everyone except for Natalie voted for Laura to be evicted. After Laura was evicted, we saw the HOH competition. The game was a skee ball type game. The houseguests got to launch a ball down a slide that they could jerk to launch the ball. Everyone got one ball. Jessie and Jeff tied, so they had a tie breaker round. Jessie scored in the 6 bucket. Jeff almost got the 10, but it bounced out and into the 3 bucket. It sucks that Jessie is HOH because he is still buddy-buddy with Ronnie so that means he will probably be safe this week.

Tuesday, July 21,2009 -- Afternoon

Ronnie Outed
Ronnie was outed last night on the Big Brother feeds. He was spreading rumors, saying that Laura said that Russell was voting for her. Natalie said it wasn't true and left the room to complain to Jessie and Russell. Well, things progressed, and finally Laura came out and denied in front of everyone that she said that to Ronnie. Ronnie tried to backpedal, but too late. He was caught. The whole house got together and compared notes. Then everyone realized how Ronnie has been playing and lying to everyone. Yes, he's "playing the game." When you get outed though, there's not much left for you. Now it's Ronnie against everyone, and everyone wants Ronnie on the chopping block next week.

Outside Action

Jordan Shaving Her Legs

Sunday, July 19, 2009 -- Evening

Ronnie as HOH
So Ronnie has been showing his true colors and his allegiance to the athletes. As the show started this evening, Laura smartly called Ronnie as someone who worked both sides, even though Ronnie denied that he did not vote for Braden. Meanwhile Michele admitted to Chima that she voted for Chima to go. Chima went off on Michele. Ronnie claimed though that Michele still voted to evict Braden after that. I don't know why Ronnie thinks anyone doesn't see his double dealing. Right after talking to Jeff, Ronnie runs over to Russell, Jeff, Lydia, and Natalie and says that he told the others that he voted for Chima and they believe him. Yeah, right. Ronnie is such a weasel. He told the Athletes group that he is just playing the game. Well, I hope the game plays him next week, and he finds him butt outside of the house. Ronnie's HOH room was sickening with Ronnie going crazy over getting Legally Blonde: the Musical and a bubble wand. Ronnie really let the power go to his head, telling Casey that Casey is the one who voted for Braden. I really, really dislike Ronnie.
BB Show
A good portion of the begining of the show dealt with Ronnie's backstabbing. Then the houseguests had a luxury competition to watch a special screening of The Ugly Truth, a new movie. One guy and one girl got to compete to watch the movie. Jessie was really annoyed to see Dan, BB19 winner, host the competition. Casey and Jeff battled for the win, and Casey won. Poor Casey: the person he least wanted to go to the movie as Chima, and she won. So Casey and Chima were going off to see the movie, and they got to pick which group would be in the have nots. Casey said he thought it should be the Athletes because they had it easy last week. Chima said she wanted it to be the Populars. Well, Casey wanted to do rock, paper, scissors to decide, and Chima said that it was obvious that Ronnie wanted to go home. She was a real bitch. I really don't like Ronnie, Chima, Russell, and Jessie.
BB Live Feeds
Jordan is miserable on the live feeds because she told Ronnie to never talk to her again, and Ronnie immediately ran to Russell, Natalie, and Lydia to say that he's nominating Jordan in Jeff's place.

Schemes and More Schemes

Saturday, July 18, 2009 -- Evening

Nominations and POV
Ronnie has had to expose himself since he won HOH. From watching him last week, he was making deals with both camps in the Big Brother house. The question was where did he actually stand? Well, we knew as soon as Ronnie stabbed the Jeff/Braden group in the back by telling them that he was going to evict Chiima when instead he evicted Braden. However, some wanted to see who Ronnie would nominate for eviction. Fans of the show were hoping that Jessie, Russell, Natalie, or Lydia would go up. No such luck though. Ronnie has aligned himself with those that he feels are strong in the house, little realizing that he will be the first to go in that alliance. Ronnie nominated Jeff and Laura. The POV competition just ended a little bit ago, and it looks as if Jeff won the POV. Who will Ronnie put up in his place? We are all hoping that it will be Russell, but that's not very likely. I would imagine that Ronnie will go for Jordan. We'll see if I'm right, probably on Monday.

Thursday, July 16, 2009 -- Evening

Eviction Night
It was eviction night on Big Brother tonight. Ronnie had been saying that he would vote to evict Chima, and he was scheming with those who were on the side of Braden and the Athletes. When Braden and Chima got to give they final speech, Braden apologized for the negative things he said, and asked to stay. Chima, on the other hand, attacked Braden saying anyone who would vote for a misogynist or bigot should be voted out. Russell, Natalie, Kevin, Lydia, and Ronnie voted to evict Braden while Jeff, Jordan, Laura, Michele, and Casey voted to evict Chima. So Ronnie got caught in his lie, but will he pay for it? So Jessie broke the tie by voting to evict Braden. When it came to the HOH competition, Ronnie won, which means that the Brains are safe this week. In my opinion, the Athletes should have not been allowed to compete in the HOH. It should have been against a whole clique. Oh well. I don't like the Athletes (except for Jeff), Lydia, Kevin, Chima, or Ronnie. So far, I think that maybe Casey is my favorite player.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009 -- Evening

POV Competition
From the live feeds, I know that Braden has pretty much sealed his fate with his arguments with Lydia and Kevin after Braden was put up on the block when Lydia was taken off. I'm not a huge fan of Lydia. In fact, I'm having trouble this season in liking anyone. At the start of the show this evening, Jeff realized that he was out of the loop with his own team because he didn't know who was going to go up. Meanwhile, Lydia and Kevin are claiming that Jeff knew and that he kept it from Lydia. In the show this evening. Lydia as just boo-hooing about how she was being judged for his looks, and it was so high school. Well these folks act like high schoolers. I really can't stand Ronnie. He told Chima that he was a national champion for persuasive speaking. Ronnie is an idiot. He has a secret alliance with the Athletes, but then he goes and tells Braden that he is going to go up on the block. Russell caught him, and Ronnie tries to deny it. Ronnie is one of the many annoying people in the house. The guy is an idiot. He's a "brain" because he's a weird gamer. If anything, he should be on the Off-Beats team. Unfortunately, it will probably be Braden who leaves on Thursday because of the fights he had with the Off-Beats, and we will be stuck with Chima's annoying laugh.

Sunday, July 12, 2009 -- Evening

BB Show
We got to see the BB HOH room on the show this evening. It looks really cool with a wall that has a waterfall built in. It looks really cool. Of course, this season we have to see more of Jessie, which can make a person want to puke, but whatcha gonna do? Ronnie seems like a real idiot. He's only a "brain" because he plays video games. OK! The food competition is now a food and other stuff competition. So if your clique loses, you have to eat slop, can have only a cold water shower, and have to sleep in a room that has just a very thin mattress and pillow. The competition this week was basically to connect some pipes between giant H, A, V, and Es so the neon liquid going through them empties out in the end to spin a wheel. Well, the Brains were totally incompetent. I had no problem believing that because the Brains seem like a bunch of idiots. They lost (because I don't think there is a full brain between the three of them), and Chima threw a hissy fit because she is a pampered princess. Meanwhile, we see Laura constantly trying to hit on Jessie. Meanwhile, he doesn't even talk back to her. At the nomination ceremony, Jessie nominated Chima and Lydia for eviction. Of course, we already know that Lydia is off the block and Braden is on.

Sunday, July 12, 2009 -- Late Afternoon

Big Brother Rewind
Real Player has done a wonderful job with the BB live feeds. They have a new feature called Flashback that lets you go back to watch past action from the live feeds. This was really cool when I got a chance to catch the action of Russell flipping out on teammate Jeff. It seems that Russell had issues with Jeff not being able to spell technotronics in a competition. (Fight was at 11:20 am today.) Russell really seesm to be off the dead end. Also, I found out that Russell won the POV, and that he took Lydia off the block. Braden is up in her place, and it seems like the house is going against Braden. Tonight is the second episode. I wonder what we will get to see in it.

Friday, July 10, 2009 -- Early Afternoon

POV Competition Starts
I just got home from work, and as I ate my lunch I was watching the live feed for BB. From the conversation that everyone was having at the breakfast table (10:30 am BB time), it seems that Lydia and Chima are up for eviction. Chima is annoying with her laugh, but I really don't know anyone yet to have a strong dislike, or like for that matter. While I watched Ronnie and Laura primping in the bathroom, Natalie came in saying something about POV competition, and the feeds all went to fishes.

Thursday, July 9, 2009 -- Evening

Big Brother Returns
Finally! My favorite time of summer: the return of Big Brother. This is number 11, and it seems like it might be an interesting season. There are some interesting people. Lydia is covered with tattoos, Ronnie is an annoying geek, and Laura has humungous fake boobs. All the girls were drooling over Jeff, a really cute ad guy. The twist is that everyone is part of a clique, which we already knew. The big thing is that when a member of your clique wins HOH, no one in the clique can be nominated for eviction. Some people didn't like the cliques, like the off-beats becuse high school was always rough for them. As we know, the groups are the Brains, Popular, Athletes, and Off-Beats. This is how it broke up:
Athletes: Russell, Jeff, Natalie
Popular: Braden, Jordan, Laura
Brains: Michele, Chima, Ronnie
Off-Beats: Lydia, Kevin, Casey

The houseguests had to compete for HOH once they went out in the back to find out which clique they were in. The competition was called the wedgie. They had to get into this rig with big underwear and then hold on to a toilet seat as they were raised into the air. The last person holding on won, but that person wasn't going to be HOH. That's where the mystery houseguest came into play. the mystery house guest was a former BB competitor and associated with a clique. The former BB competitors are:
Athletes: Jessie
Popular: Jessica
Brains: Brian
Off Beats: Cowboy

Whichever clique won would have their former BB member come into the house as the HOH. First out was Michelle, quickly followed by Ronnie. Then the former HOHs got to vote on giving superwedgies. Both Cowboy and Jessica voted for the Athletes, while Brian voted for the Brains, and Jessie for the Off-Beats. then Lydia, Jordan, and Kevin fell out. Then Jeff dropped. Then the Athletes were given three super wedgies while the Brains got one. That caused Chima to drop out for the Brains. So Brian was not going into the BB house. Then Casey dropped, and the Off-Beats were out. No Cowboy! It came down to the Popular and the Athletes. Then Laura was down. It was down to two (Russell and Natalie) for the Athletes and Braden for the Popular. Braden dropped out, and the Athletes won. So that menas Jessie was back in the house. Russell was happy because he was safe for a week, and was worried about the target on his back. The show ended there, and the live feeds don't start until midnight Eastern time. So more on BB tomorrow!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009 -- Evening

Big Brother 11 Houseguests Announced
Big news from Big Brother 11. We finally got to find out who the houseguests are and what the big twist or plot will be this season. There will be 13 houseguests. Twelve will start the show with a mystery guest to come in after the show starts. The houseguests are going to be split into one of four groups: popular, athletes, brainiacs and off-beats. Yep, it's a theme of high school cliques. Someone on one of the Big Brother rumor sites thought that might be the case. The house looks really cool.
I can't wait for the new season to start. Here's a break down of the houseguests:
It will be interesting to see how the guests are split up. Some are obvious; others aren't.

Thursday, May 28, 2009 -- Evening

Big Brother 11 starts on July 9. Boy, I can't wait for my summertime Big Brother fix. The show starts at 8 pm. ET on the 9th, which is a Sunday, on CBS. The shows will be held three times a week on Sundays, Tuesdays, and live eviciton Thursdays. I hope they have an interesting bunch of characters this time around. One of the things to note will be Julie Chen's expanding belly. She is pregnant with her first child, but that's not going to stop the Chen-bot from performing her regular hosting duties.