Previously on Big Brother: Jeremy was backdoored and evicted. Judd won Head of Household through the same blind luck that occasionally enables a chicken to make a million dollars on the stock market. America became the MVP and we get to pick the third nominee. And CBS is putting a disclaimer before every episode whether or not something offensive makes the cut. Also, the out of context clip is Aaryn looking in the mirror and saying “ridiculous”, and not Jeremy claiming to be a champion of pooping. I’m writing to my congressman to protest this injustice.
We open with Kaitlin saying that Jeremy deserves to be there more than most of the other people. And once again I say that nobody “deserves” to be on a game show. Ultimately, the only measure of how good you are at the game is how far you get. In Jeremy’s case, that’s not very good at all. But given that she’s not wailing like a banshee, she seems positively reasonable about the eviction.
Spencer is nervous that men keep going home, while Kaitlin DR’s that she is not going to cry. Not today! Judd tells us that he’s excited about winning HoH, but I have to take his word for it, since his voice and expression remain firmly in “cartoon Basset Hound” territory. GinaMarie talks about getting the scrubs out of the house. And then Aaryn tries to cheer up Kaitlin, who feels that the house “owes me safety”. Kaitlin and Aaryn have that weird sort of friendship that you see on reality shows and sometimes in the real world, where the only thing that ties them together is a similar level of attractiveness. “We’re approximately the same ‘Hot or Not’ score. Let’s be friends.”