"Eviction Night: Adria
vs. Michael" - September 2
Lots of cold imagery last
time in the House, as Marvin put Adria and Michael on
line for a deep freeze, and Karen cast a cold shoulder
over the two in electing not to use the veto she won
after breaking some ice open. But tonight, night 63...
the big thaw live. But first, Julie drops a bombshell.
In 48 hours, another
houseguest will be evicted. That would be Saturday's
episode. Nominations are to be held later tonight after
But back to tonight, as
Adria tries to sway some votes in the house, even though
she feels that there is nothing short of a miracle that
would spare her. Her first target... again, Karen, as
"The Plague", as Diane calls Adria, tries to coy respect
out of her by belittling all who belittled her. Marvin
says that this is a smart move, because as a swing vote,
Karen is soft. She next approaches Drew, laying the same
guilt trip she laid on Karen. Drew buys it, calling
Diane a bitch in some aspect. And Diane runs to Nakomis
about it. In the end, will it affect his vote? He says
that his strategy tells him to vote Michael out.
Will talking to herself
affect ANY vote?
Drew and Karen start
talking about keeping Adria in the game, or at least
force a tie. Karen honestly wouldn't mind taking her
down. "Adria, you know, she burned some bridges, but
Cowboy is a snitch."
Live at the house, Karen
was excited about winning the veto. Michael was excited
about his phone call. Drew was excited about... well,
life after college. Nakomis is excited about quitting
smoking. And who wouldn't be?
In the Diary Room, Diane
tells of Adria's competitiveness and Cowboy's supposed
manliness, while Karen tells of Adria's competitiveness
and Cowboy's ratness.
Marvin's strategy was to
break up alliances. Could Diane and Drew be next? Well,
not in the way you're thinking of, as Marvin cuddles and
kisses (just a little peck) her in front of everyone in
order to draw a bit of Drew's ire. Michael thinks it
takes a big man to tell Drew of what he saw. And he
does, proving the O'Neill-Ganci Theory so correct.
Wanting to see if Diane would actually tell him, Drew
sat on it until it was time not to sit on it. Enter the
first lovers' spat. She has no words. Neither does he,
though. Except that if they don't want to be with anyone
who they can't trust, then maybe they shouldn't be with
each other. "I'm taking that you're looking for a reason
to get out," Diane says. Drew confirms it with a
handshake offer: "You got it."
"Just kidding." Great
googly moogly. Just proving that there really isn't
enough blood in Drew's body for both ends. Anyway, Diane
goes to Michael for a bit of solace. And an assurance
that Marvin's gone next week. And speaking of which,
Marvin is in the HOH Room talking of Adria keeping him
in the house as strategy, his reluctance to join an
alliance until recently. Marvin line of the night: "You
can trust Diane just about as far as you can throw
Diane, which isn't about that far because Diane's gotten
a little big past the couple of weeks."
In the Diary Room, Drew and
Nakomis tell of Adria's strength and keeping promises...
and lack thereof. Will she be the next exile to head to
"an undisclosed location" to join Will and Natalie?
We'll see in a few, but first, let's see Will's reaction
to Natalie joining the exotic Jury House, where for the
first time in seven days... it's raining. "Is Mother
Nature trying to send me a message?"
Short unfulfilling answer?
Yup. "This person has stabbed me in the back, and yet we
would be alone together for another week." Even so, she
said the hug is genuinely from her heart, although Will
refuses to believe otherwise. Of course, neither know of
this, so for now, it's all smiles for the camera.
Oh yeah, and each week, the
Jury will get strategically edited footage from the
house in order to gauge an opinion for finale night.
Now, the final words from
each nominee. Michael: "It was tough going against
Natalie, and it's even harder this week. What I said
last week applies this week. If I go out, you're still
all my friends."
Adria: "This game is about
trusting people, and I'm so honored to be around these
people. I stand strong and stand tall knowing that I've
done my absolute best in this game. I stood behind my
people, and I can say that with a smile on my face."
Now to the vote. The vote
to evict, once again, is three.
Nakomis (with her pinky in
the air): ADRIA
That's three, and Diane
makes it four, keeping the wrath of the pinky true. "By
a unanimous vote, Adria, you are evicted from the Big
Brother House." Adria leaves with a question on what her
favorite moment of the House was (quick, girl, you only
have a minute). "My favorite moment was the day that
NAtalie and I got every one of you guys. I've jsut been
totally blessed, and I'm most proud of the person that
I've held myself to be. Also remember that I'm on the
jury now, and this week I've learned about who I do and
don't want to vote for now. I'm sorry, but good luck,
One final play talkdown
from Marv (I HOPE it was play), and your minute is WAY
past up, missy. "She gotta whole lotta mouth." Looks
like we've got a new champion. For the record, she WILL
vote for Cowboy, Drew, or Karen. Stalking, anyone? Drew
says in his tape that she was evicted for "juvenile
reasons." House Calls, tomorrow, 1pm, CBS.com, Early
Show, etc. etc.
True/false quiz on past
competitions. Correct answers (noted by the water
turning blue) advance. Wrong answers (noted by the water
staying clear) are eliminated. See, it's science!
1) Marvin's job during
Margarita Madness was to put ice in the large glass
(True). Everyone right.
2) Mike was eliminated by Scott during Flaringo Toss
(False, Jase eliminated him). Nakomis eliminated.
3) Snag the Veto was the first Veto Comp (False,
Flaringo Toss). Diane eliminated.
4) One of the gifts that Will won during A Very Veto
Christmas was a set of underwear (True). Everyone right.
5) Lori was the first houseguest to land a chicken in a
basket during the Cata-Poultry Food Comp (True). And
Michael is ice cold... again.
6) Scott won pizza for everyone during Alphabet Soup
(False). Drew wins HoH.
You may think we're done
here. But wait, we still have to tell the hamsters of
Double Eviction Week. Which happens to be, oh look at
this... THIS WEEK! Later tonight, there will be another
nomination ceremony. Who'll be on the block? You won't
know unless you're a subscriber of the BB5 Feed at
CBS.com... Or just happen to lurk over at a board...
But if you do not have a
live feed and wish not to be spoiled by the outcome of
Drew's nomination, DO NOT proceed to the Reference Page.
This is your final warning!
Be back Saturday, cats!