"The Intervention of Drew
Daniel: Days 22-25" - July 27
Last time, Drew did the almost unthinkable act of
putting up Nakomis and Holly, BOTH for second runs as
being marked for eviction. The Four Horsemen call bull,
and the ladies... keep ogling Drew. Will Marvin go up on
the block? Will Holly get off it? Is is the last roundup
for the Four Horsemen?
We pick up after the
nominations. Holly races to the bathroom, while Jase
tells Drew that he understands 100 percent. Jase tells
Holly a different story. So truth: no one saw this
coming. Jase is happy with the decision, BUT Holly sees
this as the death of the Four Horsemen. Drew
explains the entire rationale, which Jase seems to get.
He pledges to vote Holly out, but at the same time, Drew
is weary of the effect of an LA model to a young man
Yeah, you know what I
This meeting of the Four
Horsemen will come to order, as Jase repeats himself to
Michael and Scott. "I do NOT choose to use the Power of
Veto this time."
Diane had to run out of
the room as Holly begged for mercy, while Holly worries
that a lot of women won't give her a chance. Jase'll
give her more than a chance, as he and Holly think about
why Drew would put her up. She asks Drew about it,
telling him that she isn't a mastermind.
Scott thinks that the
eviction will bite them in the ass, as Jase thought that
Drew going solo is a bad move for the Horsemen. They
plan to tell him about it.
The next day, Will sings
the praises of blond haired men. Jase sings the praises
of Brad Pitt. Who's scarier, Jase or Will? Marvin's
kick-ass line of the night: "Brad Pitt oughta sue his
ass for slander, any time he say he look like Brad Pitt.
He look like a damn armpit."
Damn armpit.. err, Jase
and Scott start to come down on their plan to get to
Drew, calling him an idiot. "He just killed us. He
hardcore betrayed us." It's time for an intervention.
They tell Drew that Holly is an ally, not a threat. They
bring up the idea that A could win HoH.
The intervention must've
worked, as Drew is left in tears. "It was definitely the
lowest I've felt in this house."
In the cloud room, Jase
and Holly make nice... again. Jase is going to try to
win Veto this time.
That night, Nakomis
tells Scott and Cowboy that she doesn't want to leave.
Scott tells her that she makes the house flow. All she
sees is "Jase staying with Holly a couple more weeks."
Wrong. It's actually about breaking the opposing
alliance up, as Scott tells Drew.
Or you could put Marvin
up. Because the Horsemen hate Marvin for trying to ice
Holly. Drew still doesn't agree with putting Holly off
the block, but he might have to do it to guarantee his
own safety. It's himself now vs. himself down the line
vs. the Four Horsemen. And a box of Cheezits to dwell
It's player picking time
for Drew, Jennifer, and Holly. Scott, A (really
Natalie), and Jase will also play as Marvin hosts...
It's evening wear, only, so I have to put on my good
bucket hat. So take this time to yourself while I do
Okay, let's go. Wait..
Jase has to make himself puke. Why? Because he's Jase...
and there's no known cure.
VETO COMPETITION: Bluff
Me a Veto
Each player gets 10
chips. On one side, "BLUFF". On the other, "TRUTH". The
person on the button will answer a question with either
the truth of a bluff. Correct wagers from the table keep
their chips. Wrong answers lose them to the person on
the button. Whoever gets the most chips in the end,
wields the Golden Power of Veto. AFter two rounds of
betting and blluffing, Nakomis wins the Veto. And the
girls could not be happier. Jase could, though.
But it doesn't take long
for Scott to hatch up a plan B: Nakomis takes herself
off, Drew puts up A, and then boom. Twins gone. If there
is a tie, Drew will decide. They need Marvin to survive
at the moment. Marvin agrees, saying that every now and
then you need to be Rosa Parks. You need to ride in the
back of the bus. Just be glad you're riding. That said,
the Four Horsemen are now the Van Boys. What the hell
kinda name is that? Jase knows better... or at least he
thinks he does. "What Marvin doesn't know... is that
four of the Santa Monica Van Boys... are HORSEMEN!"
Holly whines again about
Diane. "I care." Yeah, right. Holly sees through her
mask (with a little help from the Horsemen) and goes to
tear into her ass. Then some stuff happens, Karen's in
the dark, and Jase wants to out an alliance of A, Diane,
Will, and Nakomis. "All I can say is let's get it on and
let the chips fall where they may."
Natalie head inside, and
Will follows. So do Diane and Jennifer. It's rumble
time. Jase tells the entire counter that they better win
HOH next week, or they're done. Jase does this all to
cause confusion and mistrust. Confused? Yes.
Diane confronts Drew
about not having him fight her battle. Will calls her
out in the Diary room for drawing a line in the sand.
Diane tells Nakomis tearingly to save herself and let
her fight her own battles.
Meanwhile Adria and
Natalie switch again. This would be switch #8, as Adria
prepares to enter the house. Drew and Adria have a heart
to heart about trust and standing your own ground. Adria
says the wisest thing I've ever heard in the Big Brother
House: "If they were truly on your side, they would
respect your decision." They can relate on a deeper
level, being twins. If he goes with his heart, he's
screwed. If he goes with his alliance of hateful beings,
then he's screwed. If he listens to Adria's words RIGHT
BEFORE THE VETO CEREMONY, he's really screwed.
Speaking of which,
Nakomis calls the ceremony to order... Of course, as a
Golden Veto, she can save herself. And... no surprise,
she does. Pretty much a futile argument from Holly. So
Drew has to nominate one more person. That person... is
Adria, because of her "strength as a player". So Nakomis
is feeling pretty bad, because she thought Marvin was
So the battle has been
set, 1/2 of the twins or 1/2 of a brain. This Thursday,
someone's moving out.
And here's some news...
if it IS Adria, then Natalie moves in.