|Holding onto safety ... for now.|
Here's the latest from inside that Big Brother House of Dwindling Numbers:
- No real action in the late night hours.
- No kerfuffles.
- No brouhahas.
- Certainly no fisticuffs.
- Mostly small talk went on, with a few revealing bits and pieces.
- Y'know, Paul is so great ...
- ... how great is he?
- Why, he's so great that he doesn't think there's any problem if he texts and drives?
- Attn: Police departments all over -- be on the lookout for this!
- Victor seems to know he'll be the one going out the door.
- James is worried that he might go up as a replacement nominee.
- If he did, he'd have Nicole and Corey voting for him to stay. Victor would only have Paul.
- If the scenario is Corey on the block, James and Nicole would vote to keep him. Paul would vote for Victor to stay.
- If it's Nicole on the block, just substitute Corey and James for keeping her.
- Whatever scenario plays out, only three people can vote.
- And Victor goes home.
- The main reason James is worried is because Michelle mentioned possibly putting up Nicole as the replacement with the line that she hasn't been on the block yet.
- Of course, she's telling this to James ... who also hasn't been on the block.
- Natalie advised James to please come to her for advice and not to have any one on one talks just before nominations.
- She thinks he only gets himself in trouble when he does that.
- She's right. While James has been playing a quiet game, he's occasionally spoken up and exposed his cards at inopportune times.
- Michelle seriously needs to stop calling herself a superfan.
- She just doesn't qualify as such in my book (and the book of many who have seen every episode and watched the live feeds since the first season).
- I think she perhaps has three or four seasons under her belt.
- That's no superfan.
- Paul told Victor not to say anything confidential to Michelle because she'll run and tell "them."
- Hey, why would Victor care now? Paul will save himself, not Victor.
- Not that I'd blame him for saving himself.
- Victor talked about getting up at the veto meeting and saying, "Friendship."
- Victor tried to tell Michelle that if she put up Nicole, he (Victor) would go home. But if she put up Corey, he (Victor) would stay.
- I don't think so. Victor is too great of a target (no matter how much people like him) in the game. All scenarios lead to him going home.
- I think Paul and Victor both know that and they're grasping at straws.
- James put in a request for America - "Please send Corey the next care package, not Paul."
- Who knows what the aired TV show fans will do?
- They might think Paul is a hoot and want to reward him.
- Yeah, he can be funny. He can be interesting at times. But he's also very annoying.
- So, they can send a package to either a dullard or an annoying guy.
- What a quandary!
- Victor kept trying to get closer to Michelle. Um, dude ... she has no vote this week and Paul ain't you. She doesn't like Paul at all and he will save himself this week.
- Victor went on about truth in the game and how he'd rather know than not know if he's the target.
- James told Natalie that he'll tell Victor on Wednesday that he's voting him out.
- Of course, we all know the real target was Paul this week.
|Yes, I can laugh. I cry, too.|
|We wish it was Paul going away|
|You need to listen to MY advice, James!|
|Reminiscing about the early days of BB18|