Last night on Big Brother, the viewers got to see what actually went on while the house guests were voting during Thursday’s live eviction. Basically, Hayden and Kristen spent the time yelling at Andrew about how he was lying, when he, in fact, was not. Then, we got to see what went on after the HOH Competition, which was an all-out cat fight between Rachel and Kristen. Hayden and Brendon got involved a little bit, too, but the main focus was on these two ladies screaming at each other. The best part was that the Diary Room interviews showed exactly how much the other contestants not only loved the drama, but that they also have been waiting for this excitement for a month. Rachel even attacked Kathy for hugging Hayden and Kristen. She just went crazy. Or maybe her true character just finally came out.
Then, Brendon and Rachel went to talk, Rachel started to cry, Brendon comforted her and kissed her…the usual. It’s always the same with those two. And, Brendon has the sappiest, lamest lines ever. He constantly cuts off what Rachel says and stops to kiss her. Disgusting. Someone, please get at least one of these two idiots out of the house!
The Brigade wants to save Hayden and get Kristen out if it comes down to the two of them on the block. Hayden pulled Rachel aside to try to save himself. He lied about his relationship with Kristen and denied making out with her the night before, and although Rachel pretended to believe him, she confessed in the Diary Room that she knew he was lying. Then, it was time to play the sentimental music as Hayden walked over to talk to Kristen, who was lying all alone on a bed. Rachel came over to interrupt and apologize to Kristen, an apology she refused to accept, which sent Rachel storming off to whine to Brendon about it.
When it came time to see Rachel’s HOH Room, Kristen was the only one who didn’t go up to see it. In her Diary Room session, Britney confessed that no one actually wanted to see Rachel’s HOH Room and that they’d rather hang themselves, but that she was pretending to be really excited to see it.
Rachel got into a slutty police officer costume and announced to everyone that they would be participating in a luxury competition to win the opportunity to see the upcoming movie, “The Other Guys.” The house guests would need to divide into teams of three and see who could complete an obstacle contest of sorts in the backyard. Ragan, Kristen, and Kathy finished with the worst time, at two minutes and 18 seconds, Britney, Lane, and Matt finished in second place at 52 seconds, and Enzo, Hayden, and Brendon won the contest with 47 seconds.
Britney and Rachel decided to take a bath together, which Britney reminded us in the Diary Room was something she didn’t want to do, but did anyway, just to get on Rachel’s good side and get the giant target off her back.
Kathy went up to the HOH Room to do damage control and try and save herself from nomination. Hayden convinced Kristen to go up there as well and talk to Rachel, which she did. Brendon practically ran up to the HOH Room as soon as Kirsten left to talk to Rachel and find out what happened.
Hayden, one of the nominees this week. (CBS.com)
At the Nomination Ceremony, Hayden and Kristen were nominated for eviction. Rachel, always the smart one to help her case, told everyone to “Bring it on!” Aside from making everyone else angry, Brendon noted that he’s mad she’s on a power trip and acting mean to everyone. Rachel’s really going to regret acting like a child when someone besides her and Brendon win HOH and they both get put up for eviction. (One could only hope).
Wednesday will be the POV Competition, and I’m hoping that somehow, Kristen or Hayden will be taken off the block and replaced with someone else. Compared to Brendon and Rachel, I’d much rather watch their “showmance” and see them go further in the competition. Not to mention, I don’t want to see Kristen go home this early in the competition, and up against Hayden, she has zero chance of staying in the house. But, we shall see what happens. It would be disappointing to see yet another female go home, but if Kathy were to be a replacement nominee, that wouldn’t be terrible, since the woman can’t seem to win a darn thing anyway. Not sure how much longer she can stay in the house without winning anything and being such a huge handicap to everyone else during competitions.