Julie tells us that Jeff’s mouth got him on the block… But can he talk his way to safety? I respond, “Only if the houseguests are complete gooberheads.” However, I then look over the houseguests and I start to get nervous… They’d BETTER vote him off, dagnabit… Cuz ya know, like I’ve said almost every single episode… Jeff and Jackie need to be voted out JUST because they’ve already had a chance to win serious money on another reality show… It’s someone else’s turn… Period. Add in how completely annoying they are and this really SHOULD be a slam dunk.
Jason’s really cranky that Audrey is not on the block this week and says, “This chick has more comebacks than Cher.” I die laffin’… Somewhere in the night, Stars99 starts to inexplicably sing, “If I Could Turn Back Time.” – Except in my head I don’t see Cher singing it – I see Jack from Will and Grace singing it – Wow… Is that weird or what? Lol!
James and Jeff commiserate about being up on the block together. James isn’t worried if he goes home because he boasts, “I got hot chicks on the other side waitin’.” He’s assured by Jeff and Jason that there’s a whole new box of crayons waitin’ for him. Great… So we’re now called crayons?
I wonder what crayon color I’d be… hmmm… I guess for obvious reasons, I’d be “Outer Space” – Although that looks like a boring color and since it’s new, it was never in my box as a kid… Or maybe “Celestial Blue” – but again, they’re not even using that color anymore. What’s up with that? But I’ve always really loved “Cerulean” because it’s so pretty and people never seemed to know exactly what color it is… Kind of like the color, “Cerise.” By the way… Why on earth did Crayola name one crayon “red-orange” and another “orange-red.” It confused me as a child… Seriously….
As an aside, wouldn’t you think that Crayola would have a comprehensive list of all of the names of their colors easily accessible on their website? I’m not saying they don’t have a list – but after looking around their website for several minutes, I got cranky and just went with a wiki site for the names of the colors which is just silly to me… <CLAP CLAP> Get it together, Crayola! For a list of Crayola crayon colors see: Crayola Colors
Meanwhile, back at the BB house, Jackie is dumbfounded that Jeff got nominated. His elimination won’t be good for her game. Now, isn’t that just so heartwarming? She’s all worried about Jeff and stuff… Oh wait… No, she isn’t… lol. She’s only worried about HER game…lol. Well… ya know… What can I say?
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Evidently, Jeff took a page from the Ramona Singer’s book called, The Apologizer’s Guide to 4,874 ways to Apologize Without Actually Being Sorry, Jeff talks to Austin and tells him that he must know that it’s better for you to have me here fighting for you… You know… Except that he isn’t… lol. Austin tells him that he wants Jeff to report back to him with feedback from his The Apologizer Tour. Of course, Jeff just wants information… Austin boasts to us that Jeff has no clue that it’s largely Austin’s fault he is even up for eviction at all.
There is some confusion in the house as to who people want to vote for this week… oooOOOOoo… Jason tells Clay that he’d trust James more… Meg is confused about who to vote for because in the long run, Jason he is likeable and will become popular in the house and has a good chance of winning. She thinks that Jeff has pissed off too many people to actually win. So, is it better to keep around someone that you trust or someone that you don’t trust but that you don’t think will ever win?
For some reason, Clay decides to give Jeff tips on how to play the game better. This just makes me laff – because that’s a conversation to have AFTER you make it through the eviction, no? Anyhoo, Clay tells Jeff he has to play the game differently. The Apologizer lies to Clay when he says that he’s not threated by Shelli and Clay (We have the tape to prove otherwise…lol). Clay tells us he believes in 2nd chances… Oh, noooOOooooo… Don’t go to the darkside, Clay!
Jeff has a heart-to-heart with Shelli. He tells her that if she has it in her heart to decide to keep me – that I promise I will play the game the way I started on day one (whatever that means). Shelli, because she IS completely delusional that she’s running the House, actually says that “she” could have gotten Jeff far in the game. “I would have just done anything for you – and you just decided to let that go.” Jeff does a whole sad emotional cry thingie and covers his face with his hoodie for dramatic effect. Shelli seems to fall for it… Ugh.
Later, when Jeff is talking to Jackie, he confesses to her that you have to know your audience. He says that sometimes you have to pull on emotional strings to get things done. He recognized that Shelli is an emotional person so he played to her emotions. He said he had to work his hardest to think about sad things… Man oh man… They can’t vote him out quickly enough for me.
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We all know Austin thinks he has a special relationship with Liz. So somehow, Jeff thinks it would be a good idea to talk to Liz, in bed, under the covers. He confronts her about the whole twin issue. Liz tells him, “I want to talk to you about so much more but I can’t.” Of course, Austin walks in on them under the covers. He is cranky. It pisses him off that Liz allowed Jeff to talk to her underneath the covers. Oh, Austin – This means Liz is just not that into you, sorry. He runs and tattles to Vanessa and Clay.
Liz thinks she can control Jeff with her flirting… She is concerned because she thinks that Austin is trying to manipulate her. Rut roh…
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James is first up with his speech – Jeff, you’re a great man and I’m sorry we’re on the block together. James tells everyone that he loves every one of them and that he’s learned something from them all. He then apologizes to Meg for telling her that she looked “eccentric” today and that she’s actually, “A smoke bomb.” He asks everyone to vote to keep him in the House.
Jeff’s speech started by saying that he did not see this U-Turn coming (Oh wait, sorry, wrong show – That was from The Amazing Race – my bad)… He actually said he did not see this nomination coming but that he guesses that’s why they call it a “blindside.” He tells everyone to vote for whoever can take them further in the game. Uh, thanks for the info, Jeff. He tells everyone when they find themselves in his position to, “Don’t cry because it’s over – Smile because it happened.” Awww… words to live by, no?
People who voted to evict James: Jackie, John, Steve, and Liz.
People who voted to evict Jeff: Austin, Meg, Clay, Shelli, Jason, Becky, and Audrey.
Julie breaks the news to Jeff, “By a vote of 7 – 4, Jeff you are evicted.”
As Jeff leaves, he hugs everyone, but especially hugs Meg and Jackie. After he’s gone, the two girls console each other.
Julie’s Interview with Jeff
Okay, I confess… I could barely concentrate on the interview because I was so happy he was evicted… In fact, I suddenly wondered if the audience’s applause when he walked out of the House was actually because they, too, were happy he was evicted… No?
Julie asked him about the emotional hug that he shared with Jackie as he left the House. It seemed to Julie that while he was in the House that he had distanced himself from her. Jeff says that Jackie is really the only person in the House that he could trust. He knew that by being on The Amazing Race together, it would paint targets on both of their backs. He hoped that one or both of them would be able to get far into the game. He tried hard to create the illusion that they weren’t very close.
Then, a beautiful thing happened, Julie point blank said that she thought it appears that Jackie is floating and that she thinks Jackie is looking at Big Brother as just a pit stop on The Amazing Race. It doesn’t appear to Julie that Jackie is strategizing or creating relationships at all in the game. Oh, snap! I completely fall on the floor laffin’ my fool head off.
Julie asks Jeff who he thought voted to save him. He responds, Jackie (of course), John, Becky (no), Audrey (no). He was pleased that Steve voted to save him… and was intrigued that Liz did…(Ugh.)
Everyone said their goodbye messages… Bladditty blah blah blah… The HILARIOUS one, was that in the recorded “Twin” message they said that they were sorry that they had to vote him out of the House but that he was blowing up their game! Wait… You gooberheads… You DIDN’T vote him out… lol… OMG OMG OMG… Okay… Now THAT’S hilarious… Because one twin turned on the other and changed “their” mind… Or…(No, it can’t be)… You don’t think they got confused and voted the wrong way, do you?… Either way, it’s hilarious!
HOH Competition: “1994 – Bustin’ Moves”
It’s 90s Week in the House. For this HOH competition, contestants will watch two 90s dance performances and then answer a series of true/false questions about what they just saw.
The very few questions that were asked were simply about the number of dancers, how many of the dancers were men, and who carried the boom box. In the easiest HOH competition yet…
Liz and Shelli win HOH!
OMG – They are soooooOOOOOoo going to have to knock out some of the walls of the HOH room to create additional space for Shelli’s inflated ego.
Later, because this was the fastest HOH completion ever (They didn’t even have to go to the 2nd dance routine because people were eliminated so quickly)… Julie had a series of questions for the Houseguests.
Julie asked Liz what she was most looking forward to as being HOH – Liz answered she was looking forward to a letter from her dad.
Julie asked Shelli the same question – And Shelli responded that she was looking forward to another letter and that everyone will see more pictures and hopefully a picture of her little puppy. I’m thinking in my head, why is she looking forward to seeing a picture of her little pupppy? We clearly see Clay ALL of the time. Oh, she meant a different puppy? Lol…
Julie asked James how he was feeling at this point – James responded that he is just happy to still be in the House. When Julie asked him about the 4 people who voted to evict him, he said that it’s all behind him now. We’ll see, won’t we?
Julie asked Jason about all of the Gronk parties and which was his favorite – Jason liked them all but his least favorite was when he fell down on the floor in the shower.
Julie asked John about what he misses the most – John responds, “My guitar.” Julie threatens him (or us) that they might make him play it for the finale.
For some unknown reason, Julie asked Audrey who she thought was the messiest person in the house – Audrey responded James – And it looked to me that everyone totally agreed. They talked about how it’s almost like James gets a kick out of being messy.
Julie asks Clay about how living in BB house compares to being on a football team – Clay tells us there are a lot of similarities but that a football team’s showers are much cleaner. Yikes, I bet those showers are nasty…
So what did YOU think about how they voted? Was the bigger threat eliminated? Will there be repercussions on the 4 who voted to evict James? Is Jackie next (oh please, oh please, oh please) or do you think Audrey or someone else is next? Will Austin’s jealousy over Liz earn him a nomination?
That’s it for the show… Thanks for reading! See ya next time! Happy trails!