This episode of “Big Brother 12” was a highlight of the season. It contained comedy, unintentional comedy, people fighting, and quite possibly more of a demonstration of how useless Enzo and Kathy are in this game.
We begin this episode with the Power of Veto challenge, which contained everyone with the exception of Matt and Britney (who both had plenty of play for). Following that, we pretty much had the most hilarious challenge of all time.
The “host” for this challenge was a robot called the “Zingbot”, which was pretty much some dude dressed in a robot costume who completely trashed everyone at every occasion. In other words, it was the most awesome thing ever. Hearing the robot trash Enzo for failing at challenges? Brilliant.
Once we got past cracking up, we then had the actual challenge. Ragan and Brendon seemed to be the only two people who really even tried to succeed, and thus the college professor won his first challenge on the game. Good for him! But even this victory, though, cannot make better what was coming next.
Back to Pandora
We all knew that Brendon would open Pandora’s Box, especially when he learned that the consequence could lead to spending some alone time with his beloved Rachel for a “vacation”. The problem, though, was that he ended up going without a lady at his side.
Rather, Rachel ended up going into the “Big Brother” house — which caused her and Ragan to fight over petty things on more than one occasion. On both occasions, it was pretty clear that Ragan won the battle.
The Veto decition
Rachel’s biggest imprint on the house came in the form of a message she left for her boyfriend — “Matt”, which he claimed was a major deciding factor in his decision. He still talked to Britney, who has a very strong tell when she’s lying (she pounds her hands together).
Just when everything seemed to be set, the saboteur pad a visit to make a few announcements — that there was a challenge the next day. He then preceded to wake them up throughout the course of the night. It wasn’t really much of a sabotage — except to his own sleep.
Oh, and Brendon decided to replace Ragan on the block with Matt. Of course, the Diamond Power will save him — but who will he put up?
What did you think of this episode, and did you love the Zingbot as much as I did?
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