Before we dive back into the gooey donut competition, let's just take a moment. Can you believe Adam has stayed in the house for this long? Me, neither. Part of me is impressed by his ability to skate through without winning anything and part of me finds it depressing thinking he could win the whole thing just by being a likable oaf with a "90210" obsession. But hey, Adam's doing pretty well in this HOH competition, so maybe he'll break his losing streak.
After "Big Brother" went into a rut for July and much of August, things have certainly been shaken up over the past week, with last Thursday's double-eviction marathon leading to a seemingly huge momentum swing for the Newbies only to see the pendulum sway back again after Porsche's strategically faulty Pandora's Box decision, the resurrection of the Duo Twist and Rachel's clutch Power of Veto win. As this week's eviction episode begins, the Newbies are suddenly facing the choice between losing Adam or Shelly, based presumably on whether they prefer lumpy jellyfish or over-tanned flip-floppers.
Let's see how the vote goes down...
When is $5,000 more than $500,000? When you’re Porsche and you’re Head of Household in the home stretch of “Big Brother,” that’s when. Had anyone but Porsche been HoH, I’m not sure the game would have slipped Pandora’s Box into the room. Because who else would be silly enough to open it at this stage in the game? Doing so netted her a cool 5K, but also opened the door for Rachel and Jordan to stave off elimination, as the Duo Twist is back in effect now for one week. It’s Rachel/Jordan vs. Kalia/Porsche vs. Shelly/Adam. Just as we all predicted when this started a few months ago. Cough.
Onto tonight’s recap!
It's going to be a wild and crazy Thursday (August 25) night on "Big Brother." Not only are we going to see the result of the eviction vote between Daniele and Kalia, but Julie Chen already promised that this will be a double-elimination episode. Will the hasty second stage of competitions shake everything up for the hamsters?
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Kalia versus Porsche. It’s not exactly Ali-Frazer, is it? But that’s where we start tonight’s “Big Brother,” with both currently on the chopping block. The PoV Challenge tonight could land Daniele in hot water before the hour is up, but for now, we’re stuck with two less-than-impressive players in jeopardy. Yawn. Can we bring Zombie Brendon back? Wait, forget I said that. Let’s get on to tonight’s recap before I say anything else I’ll later regret.
Let’s do our best to keep our players straight, here: A bitter ghost of a Spanish peasant has taken over Marnie’s body, so Marnie is Antonia now. A happy singing dead Creole lady is currently operating Lafayette. And Eric Northman is under the influence of a nicer, more clueless version of himself. Downside: The new Eric is kind of boring. The upside: He’s getting laid like the dickens.
Ah, we’re still slogging along in the soapy HOH competition. It’s all fun until someone breaks a leg, Big Brother. Of course, the hamsters must sign really comprehensive rights wavers, so any unlucky accident victim would probably be patched up, slung into a humilitard or an elf costume and told to chicken dance for his or her housemates.
Thursday's (August 18) "Big Brother" results show is sure to be anti-climactic, right? There's no way that Daniele fails to finally lop the head off of Zombie Brendon, is there? I know Shelly's been getting on everybody's nerves, but she couldn't find a way to become more obnoxious than Brendon, right?
Let's find out... After the break...