|Yeah, there is something wrong ...|
... and I call the something wrong recruiting these hamsters instead of letting the folks who really want to be in that nuthouse get in there. I don't think they can promise us things will be "back to normal" soon. What's normal? How does "normal" apply in the context of this season? It doesn't! They LIE! Here's the latest from inside that Big Brother House of the Abnormal:
- Judd said Elissa asked him if he's ever acted. Oh my. The guy could often use subtitles on the live feeds because he mumbles and doesn't move his lips hardly at all. He couldn't be an actor.
- He might want to look into being a ventriloquist, though!
- Elissa is still holding her grudge against Aaryn. While I personally have my own grudge against Aaryn, if I were in the house and not "in with the in crowd," I think I'd be mending fences just in view of the end game.
- Jessie admitted to Helen that Candice is sure she's going home. Jessie thinks she herself will go home next week.
- But, I ask ... who will be the second out the door this week?
- Bwahaha! They're still not thinking so much along the lines of a double eviction this week!
- Helen told Jessie that Candice will be the first person she'll actually miss who has left the house.
- I can see that.
- On a side note: I see in the comments that people think there's a larger goal of jury this season. We've seen that the last few seasons. For folks like Jessie (unemployed), McCrae (pizza guy), Andy (two jobs part-time not earning a lot) ... that extra $750 a week stipend for basically an extended vacation without stress is like a pot of gold. Due to their locale, it's possible Spencer and Judd don't earn that much working per week. Plus, those making jury seem to be a bit more a part of "BB History."
- Judd told Jessie that he really likes Helen.
- Both Judd and Jessie are more willing to work with Helen and Elissa than they are with Amanda and McCrae.
- Some joked that if GinaMarie were to win a special power, she'd have to ask everybody how to use it as she would be so confused.
- Andy told Helen that he trusts her more than he does Judd.
- I notice he didn't tell her that he trusts her more than he does Amanda.
- They all think Candice is a good cook.
- That doesn't mean they'll keep her in the house, mind you.
- GinaMarie had an outright panic attack hissy fit over having to write a blog entry. She's either functionally illiterate or perhaps has a learning disability that has never been addressed.
- That said, GinaMarie has very low self-esteem on the whole. While she talks all bravado and loud, she doesn't seem to think she can do anything well.
- Jessie has her own self-esteem issues and handles it by desperately seeking approval from others.
- Psychiatric Help: 5 cents ... as per Lucy VanPelt.
- I have my own issues, probably enough for a magazine subscription! But, that said, I wouldn't be in that house.
- Helen, in particular, pep-talked GM. Amanda also tried but she's not as good at it as Helen.
- They had actual fun with the HoH camera this week, unlike last week.
- Then we had technical difficulties for a long, long time. It started out with the NO SIGNAL bit I screen-capped last week, then went into the message above with the smaller cameras working.
- Aaryn feels she can't trust Amanda now.
- Well, duh.
- Who can really trust her other than McCrae?
- Candice thinks that GinaMarie doesn't like her for personal reasons.
- Well, duh.
- Jessie tried for another round of "vote Amanda out" only to be met with failure.
- Helen said Amanda has done her no wrong.
- I say Amanda has done her no wrong ... YET.
- She will, though. She will.
- They held the bachelorette party for Amanda. Everybody except Candice was in attendance at one point or another -- including the guys.
- Amanda claims that McCrae will be moving to Florida to live with her.
- Yeah, let's see how long that lasts!
- Jessie has realized that Judd has been throwing her under the bus.
- Well, duh.
- Jessie keeps trying different avenues in her Get Amanda Out efforts.
- But, at this time, she's probably only harming her own "life" in the house.
- I personally agree with her -- Amanda out would be beneficial for most remaining in the house.
- But it ain't gonna happen.
- At least not in the first eviction this week.
- We can't predict the second.
- We can only hope ...
|GinaMarie cries about having to write|
|Clown in the kitchen|
|Grilling, not interrogating|
|Amanda's bachelorette party|
|Foil sashes for all!|