|I don't think I'd want her preparing food for me|
With the exception of the final Safety Ceremony doings and scheming here and there, Sunday was rather uneventful.
- Kryssie's nominations are Morgan and Scott.
- Now, she talked at length with Morgan beforehand. Morgan is a definite pawn. Morgan even volunteered to be a pawn, thinking Scott would be the ultimate target.
- And, yes. Scott is the target. Originally, Kryssie didn't want to nominate him herself (even though she wants him out more than anyone else) because she didn't want it to look like an emotional play.
- Rather than take the risk that America wouldn't nominate him, she did.
- She used the reasoning that America put two of her allies on slop this week along with Scott. Neeley and Jason are Have Nots.
- Scott seems to think that Neeley could possibly be voted out.
- I think Scott could possibly be voted out unless he wins the veto.
- Kryssie's bunch doesn't want Alex to play in the veto because she herself is safe this week and someone not a target would have to go up.
- They seem to have lost the realization that the veto winner can't be nominated anyway.
- But it's their game to lose, not mine.
- Danielle has realized that Neeley really isn't her BFF in the house. She's been talking to the other girls in the house about her! How dare she!
- Everybody's talking about you, girl. Maybe if you didn't talk so much about yourself, they wouldn't be.
- Justin is stirring the Neeley/Danielle pot.
- Whitney thinks Justin is the best/most dangerous player in the house.
- Now, I'm not getting that feeling so much. What Justin has in his favor is that he's truly gregarious. He likes hanging out with people, doesn't matter what people or what side. Because he does that, everybody seems to think he's playing the game. Nah. He's just playing Justin.
|But, what will America do?|
|How Neeley will always be remembered|
|If she wasn't safe, she wouldn't be|