Hey There, Readers!
This season when from having two dominant players to one. One of these players is being ensnared in a trap that will probably have her back-doored next week. Besides this happening, one of the nominees is unaware of the fate that is to befall her until it’s too late. How will she take the fallout? Keep reading and you’ll see!
To keep even more blood off of his hands, Andy wanted Jessie to be unaware of her actually being the target this week. Jessie, already beginning to feel a weird vibe about what was happening in the House, went to Andy to gain some reassurance about her place in the House. Andy, lying through his teeth, told her she was safe.
Jessie was still getting this paranoid feeling when she was around Helen and Elissa because Jessie thought they were ignoring and excluding her while spending a lot of time with Spencer all of a sudden. She decided to talk to Helen about how she felt. Helen told her she was cool. Jessie then went back to Andy, thinking he could give her more insight as to what was going on. Andy told Jessie she was cool and to not worry about anything.
Andy, trying to ward off a disaster, went to Helen to tell her to put in a better poker face around Jessie as she was getting suspicious about what was really going on this week because Jessie was feeling the cold.shoulder from Helen and Elissa. Helen thought Jessie was being ridiculous and stupid, but she would try to be more friendly towards her.
Helen was speaking to Aaryn, Amanda and Jessie, and Helen started throwing Jessie under the bus about Jessie trying to get rid of Amanda for the past few weeks. When Helen and Jessie were alone, Jessie wanted to know why Helen would do this. Helen, trying to rewrite history to save her butt, said she wanted Jessie to wait to start campaigning against Amanda, and that she was mad Jessie went ahead and tried to go after Amanda before Helen was ready. Jessie couldn’t believe what she was hearing (and neither could I), telling Helen this was not true, and that she had been loyal to Helen for the past 3 weeks.
Jessie tried to clear her “good” name around the House by going to Amanda and outing Helen, telling her that the Mom Squad have been after her for some time now. Amanda, not wanting for any more BS to go around the House, called out Jessie and the Mom Squad for trying to back-door her for the past few weeks. Helen then turned on Jessie, saying Jessie was trying to ruin her game, asking her why she was trying to out the Mom Squad. Jessie responded that it was true what they were doing. Helen shot back that Jessie was one the block, and that it would be Jessie walking out the front door of the BB House when the Live Vote and Eviction takes place.
Helen and Jessie continued their difference of opinions outside of the HoH Room, so every one who could hear were privy to their conversation. Jessie exclaimed Helen threw her under the bus, and Helen denied it, saying Jessie misheard what she said. Helen also tried to cover up her tracks by saying she didn’t remember saying certain things, or that she had no recolition. Yes, Readers, Helen said recolition, not recollection. You know someone is lying through their teeth when they start fumbling words like that! Amanda even commented on Helen’s back peddling, saying that Helen was coming off as looking shady for not owning her actions in this situation.
Helen was talking with Amanda, Andy and McCrae about Jessie being this week’s target while doing damage control. What this group didn’t know was Jessie just happened to be outside of the room they were talking in listening at the door. This sent Jessie into a rage. In the Diary Room, she declared this was the beginning of Operation: Bring the House Down! Jessie said if she was leaving the BB House this week, she was going to ruin the games of anyone else she could and bring them down with her. Hell hath no fury like a Jessie scorned, Readers!
Jessie approached Andy, telling him she heard everything that was said in the room. Andy wanted to know what she heard before saying anything else. Smart man! Jessie asked, “What do you think I heard, Andy?” Andy, playing dumb, said he didn’t know what she heard. Jessie, upset with Andy’s responses, went to cause trouble elsewhere in the House.
Jessie found GinaMarie and Spencer, and told them she knew about the plan to get rid of her. GinaMarie, taking a page out of Andy’s book, said she wasn’t aware of any plan. Spencer just apologized for the position Jessie was in. Jessie, stirring the BB pot, told GinaMarie about Aaryn talking smack about her behind her back. GinaMarie, whether she really was aware of it or not, told Jessie she was aware of what Aaryn was doing. Jessie then let them in on her plan to blow everyone in the House out of the water and left the HoH Room while Aaryn was entering it.
Aaryn wanted to know what was going on with Jessie. GinaMarie, brushing Jessie off, told Aaryn that JEssie didn’t say anything bad. Aaryn, getting upset at GinaMarie’s calmness to Jessie’s actions, told GinaMarie to stop acting like nothing’s wrong, and to stop telling her to stop thinking so negatively. GinaMaire, getting a bit upset herself, told Aaryn to check herself before she continued yelling at her. Aaryn shot back by saying GinaMarie was talking crazy. GinaMarie, had had enough of Aaryn’s babyish behaviour and started yelling, telling Aaryn to go and tell everyone about their spat, and how bad GinaMarie was. GinaMarie was carrying on so much, she decided to wake the whole House up to talk about what Aaryn says about GinaMarie behind her back, so Aaryn wouldn’t put her spin on what happened. Aaryn kept saying GinaMarie was acting crazy, asking her why she was doing this. Oh, Readers, Jessie’s plan sort of worked. It did get the House into a bit of a tither, but the people she really was hoping to expose with her plan were not really harmed.
At the Live Vote and Eviction, when given the chance to sway the other House Guests, Jessie said she tried to play the best game she could, and she had a great time. Spencer gave a shout-out to his brother who was celebrating a birthday. Once again, there’s no need to show how the Vote went, Readers. It was another unanimous vote to evict Jessie. No one surprised by these results.
Way Off-Broadway was this week’s HoH Competition. The players would hear a song based on either an HoH Competition, a Have/Have-Not Competition or a Veto Competition. It was done in two-player head-to-head rounds. The player that hit the correct buzzer first would move on to the next round. The winner would be the last person standing and the HoH. If you buzzed in and were wrong, you were eliminated. If no one buzzed in, then both players would be eliminated. After many rounds of buzzing in, Aaryn, for the fourth time this season, was crowned HoH. Hooray. Yes, Readers, the fanfare I displayed there was purely sarcastic.
What kind of trouble will Helen find herself in this week with her “ally,” Aaryn as HoH? If a big move is going to happen, this would be the week to do it. We may be seeing Helen be voted out after all of her shenanigans. If this big move does happen, Helen may not be gone for long. Why, you ask? Well, Julie Chen announced that after this week’s Live Vote and Eviction, one of the evicted Jury members will be chosen by the American viewers to come back into the game! Ha ha! It would be great if whoever gets sent back into the game actually go t to stay around a bit longer than a week or two. Who would I choose to be unleashed back into the House? Judd. He’d better actually start playing instead of being so nice all the time. Find out the answer to this question, as well as who will be put up for Eviction, and how Helen does this week in the House by dropping back in on my blog!
Until my next post, Readers!