Love to Interrupt
The DiGeorge Files
Thirteen ordinary members of the
general public cohabitate in isolation from the rest of the
world for a chance to win $500,000. All with the all-knowing,
all-seeing eyes of Big Brother watching over them...
All 37 of them.
BB5 Reference Page to see who is in
Recaps by Chico Alexander and
Gordon Pepper, GSNN
Host: Julie Chen
Creator: John deMol
EP: Arnold Shapiro, Allison Grodner
Packager: Shapiro-Grodner Productions, Endemol USA
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"Every Chicken Counts:
Days 14-15" - July 17
This is my first recap for the wackies in the house,
and they are quite wacky. We have the Horsemen who want
to get rid of the women, the women who want to get rid
of the men, and the single people, who are unallied -
which would be Will and Marvin.
Marvin is the New Head of Household. This means that
Marvin gets to nominate the two people who elimination.
This could be interesting.
To add to the fun, we have Adria and Natalie playing the
roles of one contestant and Holly acting like she is
playing the role of 2 contestants with her split
personality. What a wacky household.
But before we get to that, we get to last episode, when
Mike gets booted. Everyone grieves - but just for a
little, while Jase and Karen aren't going to miss him at
all. Jennifer was happy that people thought she did a
good job, while Jase is patting himself on the back for
his plan working.
We then get a flashback of the tie-breaker for the HOH
competition - a competition that Marvin wins. He's happy
that he isn't on the block - and Jase thinks that Marvin
is an outer horseman. Lori, who won the $10,000 and
pissed Marvin off, is convinced that he will put her on
the block. Jase thinks that Holly is safe, while Lori
and Diane should be concerned. Holly thinks that she
won't act too nice to Marvin, because she will think
that he will think that she is fake. Is there anything
real on Holly?
Adria, meanwhile, is trying to get tips from people and
is trying to learn what is going on so that she isn't
caught. So far, so good, as the group thinks that Holly
and/or Jase has twins.
Marvin gets to show off his pad to everyone, as he gets
a pic of his mommy and dog (Ice Cube). He also gets beef
jerky (which offends Holly) and booze, which he passes
to Jase. Karen sees through that and starts talking to
Will about it. Will is convinced that Marvin is smart
and that he will see through everything going on with
the Horsemen. Will and Karen make a pact as they plot to
get rid of the Horsemen.
The people are getting rid of the food in an alarming
rate. Just in time - the food competition. Everyone gets
bandannas as Jase thinks it's a sign from G-d. Uhhh...
yeah. The bandannas are representing the backyard, which
is now a barnyard. The objective - catapult chickens
into baskets which are labeled with food. The teams have
5 minutes to get food - but if they land a chicken into
a 'Bad Egg' basket, they lose all of the food, and the
teams have the remaining time to get food.
The first chicken lands in... Beer, which has everyone
rejoicing. Holly... well... is Holly, and doesn't come
near the baskets. The rest of the group gets fruits and
veggies and meat. Jennifer and Michael suck (I don't
shoot chickens for a living, says Michael) but they
round up seafood and ricochet into beef.
They can quit, but Will continues to go. Will shoots his
chicken into... a bad egg. Stop at a whammy. Everything
is gone, and the team only has 75 seconds left. "Every
chicken counts now, people" says Karen.
Scott recaptures the seafood, and they get bacon/sausage
and milk and butter and yogurt, but that's obviously a
lot less than what they had and they didn't recapture
the beer. Marvin: "Will, you will be drawn and quartered
- at the stake." Will cries in the bathroom afterwards.
Do they have a bucket labeled Goat?
A tearful Will is still going off, complaining that
there is no support system and that he's an outsider. He
says that every word that they say that's 'gay' is
negative, and he says that he hates Scott and Jase. "I
don't have a nice thing to say about either of them."
Drew/Diane and Jase/Holly seem to be items, which has
Scott wondering who he can hook up with. Scott and
Michael wonder if the women will distract them from the
4 Horsemen alliance - and we get video supporting this
as Jase is shaving Holly's legs. Scott thinks that Jase
could crash and burn if he isn't careful. Conversely,
Jase its telling Holly that Scott wants to sabotage the
relationship, while Michael, who has his own women
issues with Jennifer, is wondering if 3 of the Horsemen
are on a different track.
All four of them convene - and they want to get rid of
Diane. They want to get rid of Marvin next, as he is the
only other guy in the house (and apparently, Will
doesn't count as a guy). Hmmm..
Jase and Holly get into it, which leads her to talk to
the aforementioned Diane, who tells her that she is only
there because Jase wants to (bleep) her. Holly, with the
IQ of a grapefruit, relates all of this to Jase, who now
has another reason to get rid of Diane. Jase wonders if
it isn't Holly who is trying to get into his mind, as he
says "I don't even think that Dr. Phil could save us."
Paranoia has now become the 14th contestant in the
Michael has decided that he wants a new style - so the
guys shave stripes on his legs. WHA? Will calls him
dangerous, as he is like a reed blowing in the wind. "If
they told him to be painted pink and run naked, he'd be
the first person to do it." Michael calls Scott daddy,
and they take a bath together. Well, now Scott does have
a relationship with someone in the house... sort of...
Meanwhile, Jase accuses Lori of plotting behind her
back. Jase tells Lori that Holly told her, and she yells
at Holly, who in turn yells at Jase. The crowd gets on
Jase, and Lori is pissed off at the world. Marvin is
wondering whether or not Jase and Holly are becoming too
big of a threat.
Marvin can take that into his own hands as the Big
Brother Nominations are on. He calls in the Horsemen,
who think they have everything under control. They tell
him to nominate Lori and Karen - and Will realizes that
if he does it and Lori doesn't leave, he's toast. They
are wondering if they can use Michael to get Jennifer/Nakomis's
vote. Michael talks to Nakomis about the votes -but he
won't tell her who is being put up. That pisses Jennifer
off because she doesn't think she is being trusted. "If
they want me to play by their rules, they have to play
by my rules."
Marvin calls in Diane, who needs her vote to get rid of
Lori. She said that she would vote against her, but
Marvin doesn't believe any of it. Could that influence
his decision? We'll see who influences who as Marvin
sets up the keys. He is wondering about any backlash
while the women are concerned that they will see 2 of
their own on the block.
Will says that you want to remove the most powerful
pieces on the chessboard first. The ceremony starts and
the first person who is safe is... Diane. After her is
Will, Jennifer, Michael, Drew, Karen, Jase, Adria and
Scott. The two people nominated are Lori and Holly.
Marvin goes after Lori because she has won the $10,000
and he respects her game. He also thinks that Holly is
very influential - especially over Jase. Hmmm...
That is probably the best move that Marvin could make.
Barring veto, one of the two power players will be gone
- and that makes sure that the Horsemen will vote
against Lori. Holly thinks that Marvin has had it out
for her - and she promised her cats that she will stay
in the game. Uhhh.. ok. Lori thinks she has the girl
votes - which makes Jennifer's swing vote vital. Will
she betray the women? Will someone grab the Power of
Veto? Chico will fill us in on Tuesday.
July 6 - Days 1-2
July 8 - Days 2-6
July 13 - Days 6-10
July 15 - Day 14: EVICTION