'Big Brother 11' Live Feed Update: July 16
'Big Brother 11' Live Feed Update: July 16
Before one houseguest was evicted and the new HoH took over, tension reigned over the Big Brother 11 house.  Everyone was worried about the first week's big night as though a major Physics exam was coming their way.

On the live feeds, we can see each HG struggle with their decision on who to eliminate from the game: Chima or Braden.  "I'm so nervous I need to shit," Casey told Jessie.  That pretty much summed up their pre-eviction night jitters.

If you haven't seen the latest episode of Big Brother 11, you can either skip away from the spoilers below or read the recap here.

Just like in high school, it's all about appearances. Prior to eviction, Braden and Laura discuss makeovers.  He asked her for any suggestions about what to do with his hair, and she admits that she isn't "very creative" when it comes to man-locks.  Surfer Boy admitted that he wanted to have a perm when he was 10, just to try out an afro.  His mom later told him, "Boys don't get perms" so he didn't push through with it.

Meanwhile, Russell is talking non-stop about the pair of moons Laura's chest.  He's in the HoH room with Ronnie, Lydia and Jessie and they're bashing the girl to purgatory.  "If I hear one more of them talking about your boobs I am going to pop them!!" yells the Lovemuscle.  The rest of them begin criticizing Laura for her sympathy act.

Later, Ronnie shows how concerned he is about how the audience views him. "What are they showing about us?" he asks Jeff.  This doesn't change after he wins HoH and says, "I'm really scared to think what America thinks of me."  Actually, he should be.

We also get to hear the epic Laurant, wherein the Popular one talks in circles for almost an hour.  We believe it's the influence of those spherical entities she has on.  Honestly, you can't talk about the girl without pointing out Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.

All because of Natalie, Laura's anger came pouring out and hardly anyone knew what she was going on about.  There were too many issues she tackled, but she was steadfast in her decision to stand by her clique and keeping Braden in the house.

"I didn't leave my family to get bossed around," Laura says.  She keeps going and going, trying to stir up trouble while Jordan and Jeff are downstairs checking their ears for bugs.  Laura mentions something about looking for "the missing piece of the puzzle."  We can probably guess what that is.

The next morning, we are treated to the "comic talents" of two houseguests.  Let The Russell and Casey Hour commence.

Russell: Showtime should be later. We are boring during showtime.
Casey: The show [what CBS airs] is the most entertaining. If you want to watch us during the day, watch us during the day. This me eating bacon, this is me getting a napkin.

Russell: This place is like a marriage.
Casey:  You don't cheat on your wife, but if you leave the cap off the tooth paste, look out!
Russell: Look out! Like when Lydia called you old man for peeing on the floor!
Casey: I can't help it; I dribble. I could straddle the seat.

We don't really know what he meant, but that's Casey.

After the first Eviction Night and the HoH Competition took place, the newly crowned Ronnie goes around the house.  With that big dorky smile of his, he proudly proclaims: "I was a silent assassin."

Ronnie earns Jessie's admiration for how he's playing so far.  "If Ronnie is playing both sides, he is doing so marvelously," the Athlete exclaims.  Unfortunately, the other side is seething.  But Ronnie is determined to use all HoH advantages - like having dairy powers over the kitchen?

"I will make cheesecake," Ronnie announces. "Hopefully everyone will feel better."

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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