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Eviction Night: Jeff
So this week at the house
party on Radford, we had the formation of a six-man (or
at least a 5.5 man) alliance with Shelli, Clay, Austin,
Vanessa, and the twins. Gronk came in and whipped the
hamsters into a party frenzy. Tonight, though, the party
ends for either James or replacement Jeff. If James
leaves, that makes Vanessa happy. If Jeff leaves, that
makes Austin happy. So somebody's gonna be happy in
about half an hour.
It's now Day 29 in the house, and Jeff's mouth - the
same mouth that got him in trouble in the first place -
is going into overdrive to try and get him out of it.
Meanwhile, somebody who is happy.. .Audrey, who earns a
free pass to tonight's show, while Jeff is the only
person Jackie (hey, remember her?) can trust. So that's
bad for her.
Meanwhile, a four-person love triangle comes to bite
Jeff and Austin in the knees. One of the twins has a
thing for Austin (see the last episode), while the other
has a thing for Jeff (again, see the last episode). Jeff
uses this as fodder to keep him in the house. That
doesn't work as well as he thinks, because the rest of
the house has trust issues with him. Jeff tries to curry
favor with Clay, who is unsure, even though he believes
in second chances. Same with Shelli, who is upset by
Jeff's game play up to now.
Back to the twins for a moment. They are supposed to be
close to Jeff. Austin has a great relationship with both
of them, but he's particularly close to Liz.
Feeling's... a little bit mutual. Even with Steve in the
same room. Meanwhile, Jeff is confident that Liz is a
twin, and that might be the swing that he needs. Liz was
told to stay away from Jeff, but she feels she can
control him with a little flirty flirt action. That
leads to the bed and then... Austin shows up. Uh oh.
Don't mess your pants, bro. Austin uses this to his
advantage, trying to control his rage while drumming up
the vote. Austin asks Liz about why Jeff was even
allowed to get that close. Liz says she can use Jeff to
Won't be soon before long, Liz.
As a reminder, Jeff and James are ineligible to vote, as
is HOH Vanessa. The vote to evict is six.
Jackie: JAMES, obviously.
Austin: "I may regret this, but Judas loves regrets."
We're tied at 2.
EVICTED: Jeff, 7-4.
#HOH #4: Bustin' Moves
It's 90s Week in the house. You'll watch 2 90s dance
performances. You'll have to remember and recall what
you saw, because Julie will ask questions about them.
The questions will continue until there are two new HOHs.
1) There was a total of 8 dancers in the performance
(FALSE - James, Jason, Steve & Clay eliminated)
2) Of the 7 dancers, only 3 of them were men (TRUE - Meg
& Austin eliminated)
3) The dancer in the orange-plaid shirt was the first to
place the boom box on the floor (FALSE - LIZ and SHELLI
Well that was quick. So who will they target for
eviction? Find out next time, but first...play me out BB
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