Night: Jordan vs. Laura
Looks... charm... everything that comes
with being a popular girl. But tonight, being a popular girl only means
one thing... EVICTION.
This week in the Big Brother House,
Ronnie became Head of Household, and the cliques have become to turn on
each other, and the house has divided into two sides, with Ronnie
playing both sides of the middle. Laura tried to expose him to the
house. Ronnie had no choice but to put her on the block alongside Jeff,
who would later take himself off the block after winning the Veto
Competition. Ronnie immediately shocked everyone by putting - instead of
backdooring Russell - Jordan up, listening to Jessie's advice.
But remember... it's only a game. Only
until someone's feelings get hurt, at least.
It's day 19 in the House, and Ronnie has
spun a web of lies. Has he spun one lie too many? Russell was
relieved, while the populars are DONE. Jordan was put as a pawn to get
rid of Laura, but Russell remains on Ronnie's hit list. Simply put... it
wasn't time to go after Russell left.
One thing's for sure... Jordan's
completely shocked. Jeff thinks that Jordan's good and that Laura's the
bigger threat. Jeff calls Jordan his "break from the house". And sparks
are starting to fly, as evidenced by the "Sparks Flying" music package.
Jordan is Laura's best friend in the
house, but at the same time, it's survival of the fittest. Laura's going
to campaign hard to keep herself in the house, even going so far as to
sell Jordan and Jeff out to Ronnie. Michele and Chima could flip their
votes if Ronnie asks. Jessie is the key. If Jessie switches, Natalie,
Lydia, and Kevin will switch. His concern is that you'd put Jessie up.
Natalie, Chima, Lydia, and Kevin are
brought to the HOH room. Natalie just says that she's evicting Laura. So
is everyone else. So let's throw Russell under the bus. Ronnie should've
put Russell up. Natalie walks downstairs in a huff, looking for Jessie
to see if what the groupthink says is true. Jessie looks for
Russell... Russell looks for Ronnie. Everyone else... just thinks that
Ronnie's overgaming as Laura makes herself out to be the victim. Cue the
And then things get weird. No one wants
to hear anything that Ronnie says. He hasn't lied to Jessie, Kevin,
Lydia, or Chima. Laura thinks otherwise. Ronnie retreats to the HOH
room... "I should've put Russell's ass up."
Russell is leading the charge as the
house is united against Ronnie, who's been exiled to the HOH room.
"Ronnie, please go to the Diary Room."
Russell pops up at the same time that Big
Brother calls Ronnie to the Diary Room. Looks like it's about to go down
like that. Instead, Ronnie turns on the CC to see if anyone's coming
"Ronnie, please go to the Diary Room."
And Big Brother doesn't like to be left
hanging. So Ronnie obliges. And down the stairs.. through the living
room, around the kitchen, and to the Diary Room, here comes Russell
riding up on him like no one's business.
First words out of Ronnie's mouth: "He's
And it's only just beginning. As Jessie
and Natalie say that being locked in his room isn't right, Ronnie cries
to a picture of his wife, saying "What should I do?"
Going live, Natalie says that the mood is
tense, but the house is united as one. Back to the Have/Have Not
Challenge, Michele thought Jeff's rack was nice, while Kevin thought
Casey rocked it.
Now it's time to talk to the "Square Root
of All Evil". Out of the gate, Ronnie plays both sides of the house. "I
took the risk because most times when contestants play both sides of the
house, they have no allegiance to either side. I actually have
allegiance to the athletes."
Let's see if this will work. It is.. time
to vote. Last pleas... Jordan says it's been a crazy three weeks, and
clarifies that she wants to be here. "If I do go home tonight... no hard
feelings." Laura is just as thankful and grateful. "Due to certain
circumstances, I was unable to meet a few of you... Do what's best for
you in this game."
Remember, the vote to evict is five...
Natalie: "Let's spice it up some. I vote to evict JORDAN."
Kevin: LAURA (Evicted)
By a vote of 8-1, LAURA is evicted from
the Big Brother House. And... no hug from Ronnie. Sour grapes much? "I'm
so glad he took me down, and I'm taking him down with me." Laura called
herself an easier target. She hopes Jordan or an Offbeat win.
HOH COMPETITION: Buzzworthy
Over the last week, the Houseguests have
been practicing on a small-scale target...
Enter the BIG gun. The Houseguests will
have one try to fling a ball from a lever onto a flower target. Outer
rings are worth one... the bullseye is worth 10. Most points is the new
And Jessie is once again Head of
Household! What will this mean for the Houseguests? Find out Sunday!
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