Rachel, the new HOH. (Courtesy CBS.com)
Last night’s episode of Big Brother picked up after Thursday’s eviction ceremony. What the house guests were all jumping around in the seats for better not have been the Saboteur’s last trick…because it was a piddly stink bomb. Wow, Annie, good one there…
Rachel is SO EXCITED to be there and spend more time with Brendon, blah blah, Brendon came clean with everyone about his career, and then after the HOH Competition, Andrew jumped up and down and was more excited than Rachel for winning. Odd. Britney said she “let someone who wasn’t even smart enough to put pants on before the competition win.” Awesome. Rachel was jumping up and down like a fool, not to mention jumping all over Brendon and exposing her apparent bare bottom. (Gross). Now, they all realize that since Rachel won HOH, maybe sending Annie home wasn’t the smartest idea. (You think? Thanks for torturing America with that awful laugh and fake hair color, people).
Then, Rachel flounced out to the backyard to ask who wanted to see her HOH Room. Of course, I don’t think anyone really does, and Matt and Britney were no exception. “It’s the time I get to act like things I don’t care about!” Matt said in the Diary Room, while Britney’s remarks were a bit more amusing. She said, “I kinda wanted to shoot myself in the face, but I followed her flapping butt cheeks all the way up the stairs,” or something to that degree. Even though she is catty, she was really funny in last night’s episode all around.
Rachel got visits from people, one of which was Hayden. She told him he was the reason she was still there. Um, Rachel, he put you on the block. Really? Did you forget that quickly? Meanwhile, Matt was walking around pretending to be paranoid. Somehow, all of this makes Rachel want to go drink alcohol and climb over Brendon’s lap. What else is new?
In the Have/Have Not Competition, the group had to divide into three teams of four, tape one teammate to a wall, and then spray water at the three taped players in an attempt to make them fall down after the wall had been raid to a 90 degree angle with the ground. Rachel said, “I felt like I was in the middle of the fresh prince of Bel Air.” OMG – please let her go home soon. Who can really stand her? Let’s be honest here. She may be one of the most annoying contestants ever. Everyone seemed to team up on Britney, and in the end, they had to take her down because she couldn’t breathe. The Have Nots chosen by the winning team were Britney, Monet, Brendon, and Enzo, and in addition to slop, they get to each fish sticks and fruit cake.
Annie, the Saboteur (Courtesy CBS.com)
Annie, the Saboteur, left one final message for the house guests, in which the Saboteur outline changed to her. She revealed herself to the house guests, all of whom were elated and overjoyed and proud of themselves for evicting her the first week. (Do they realize they didn’t even know they were evicting the Saboteur?) Oh well, they had their moment, good job, everyone. *Cough* If CBS were smart, they would take a hint from all the rumors circulating about bringing her back into the house. Apparently, there is a pattern that one evicted house guest has been brought back in Seasons 3, 6, and 9 so far…we are currently in Season 12. Could be a pattern. After all, they are sequestering ALL the evicted house guests this year, instead of just the jury…something has to be going on. They can’t just let the Saboteur leave without any other twists planned!
The Nomination Ceremony was the last thing we saw, and no surprise there – Monet and Britney were put up on the block for eviction. They put forth a nice effort in lying to Rachel about who they were after, but their attempt just wasn’t good enough. Apparently, Monet winning the $10,000 in the first HOH Competition hurt her chances as well.
Wednesday, we will see the Power of Veto Competition and Ceremony. Should be an interesting episode, from the spoilers circulating.