Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Big Brother Trifecta - Shake, Rattle and Roll

This is going to be shorter than normal (I just got to New York so blogging out of my friends room and keeping her awake) but basically the Big Brother house is all about Evil Dick continuing his rampage to make everyone in the house (and America) hate him to secure his ouster while saving Daniele.

The Veto competition was to drink Big Brother Shakes (like bacon, eggs and OJ, any other savory concoctions) and play croquet and Dustin tries his hardest but alas, god is apparently not on Jameka's side and gives the Veto to the Devil himself, Evil Dick.

Rampage, rampage, rampage, Daniele appeals to the LNC that it's not her fault he's her fathers daughter (boo hoo, then why did you start turning on Eric last week with your dad then?). Man, there's a lot of screaming and yelling and tears this year. Again, even more than normal, no? (Oh wait. I forgot Janelle, Kaysar and Howie vs. Cappie and the loser Nerd Herds)

So in the end, Dustin is decided to be the pawn on the block, while Eric must give Jessica the silent treatment. And fails. Awww... they ARE kind of cute together.

Though, why is Jessica getting all paranoid about Eric and Dustin? The paranoia of Evil Dick spreads! When the houseguests get out and rewatch the tapes, they are going to be in for a shock... about how LESS of a conspiracy there really was. Though why do people keep insisting on believing Jen? She IS good at being evil.

Seriously, I can't take any more of Evil Dick's yelling. It was funny at first. Now it is just irritating. It's not even evil entertaining anymore, it's just tiresome. Let's hope nothing changes in the plan, since, you know, this year nothing really has ever been going according to the original plan.


michael said...

Can someone please explain to me how it is possible for CBS to ride the "moral high horse" and refuse to air Amber's hateful comments regarding Jews, but have no issue with airing Dick calling Dustin "princess"? Unless Dustin is of royal lineage, and a biological female, then the comment is obviously a slam against Dustin's sexuality. Les Moonves, President and CEO of CBS, is the man who fired Don Imus for making racial slurs regarding the Rutgers women's basketball team during a broadcast, but apparently he is ok with homophobic remarks.

Vance said...

yah. good point. why do they insist on creating this aura that Amber is good?