This week, up is down, left is right, Jessie is the most sensitive man in the world, and the rules of Big Brother 11
need not apply. We were promised a double eviction this week, and
we're getting that and more. Continue reading for details on the
latest events and ceremonies in the Big Brother
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As we all already know, Chima has been booted by the producers, Michele's HoH reign was cut short, and Jordan became the new HoH.
Now Jordan has continued the pain on the Jessie devotees by nominating Natalie and Lydia.
Part of me is starting to feel some sympathy for these girls, because they've had one harsh streak of bad luck. First Ronnie went home, then Jeff used the Coup d'Etat to send Jessie home, then Chima flipped out, and now another member of their alliance is going home. It's almost too much pain to put on one group of people.
But then I remember that Lydia is borderline insane with her threats of violence against a sleeping Jessie and her magical unicorn Dae Yum Yum. I also remember that for the first three weeks, Natalie strutted around like her farts smell like cotton candy.
What goes around comes around, and Jeff's alliance is smart to eliminate as many of their opponents as they can before they get a chance to win HoH and retaliate. After Thursday, it will most likely be 4 vs. 2, and that's when the game gets interesting, because that's when Jeff and Jordan can start considering dumping Russell. If Russell is gone, Jeff has a cakewalk in any physical challenge.
So things are pretty much doomed for the Friends of Jessie. Unless, by some miracle, Kevin wins the PoV, actually takes Lydia off this time, and Jordan is forced to nominate Jeff, Russell or Michele. Then, if Kevin and Lydia could somehow convince one of them, or Jordan, to backdoor a member of their own alliance, it could work out.
But that is the only conceivable way Natalie, Lydia and Kevin all stay in the house.
-John Kubicek, BuddyTV Senior Writer(Image courtesy of CBS)