'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: The Week 2 Nominees Are...
'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: The Week 2 Nominees Are...
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
This week on Big Brother 11, Ronnie is the Head of Household, which spells trouble.  From the start, Ronnie has done a lot of gaming, making an alliance with Jessie and the jocks, putting his clique-mate up as a pawn, telling Braden about him being backdoored, agreeing to side with Jeff and Jordan by voting out Chima, then going against his word to send Braden home.

What will his reign as HoH bring?  Continue reading to find out.

WARNING: This article contains Big Brother spoilers about Ronnie's nominees.

Ronnie has nominated Jeff and Laura, which is a pretty clear sign that he's picked his side, and it's with the jocks.  The popular kids are the target this week.

Personally, I'm furious at what's happening in Big Brother world this week.  After the huge Braden-Kevin brouhaha, Lydia and Kevin showed their true colors, and those colors are bathed in self-righteous BS.  The fact that anyone who associates with Braden is tainted with his racist remark is absurd and people like Lydia, Kevin and Chima are proving how ignorant and stupid they really are.

Basically, it's the same thing that Republicans are always pointing out about wacky liberals who preach tolerance and acceptance, but hate and mock anyone who disagrees with them in the slightest way.  If you're against gay marriage, you're a homophobe.  If you listen to Rush, you're an evil fascist.  And if you spoke to Braden, you are a racist.

The biggest tragedy is that these people are actually living out their high school fantasies.  The nerds and off-beats always assume that popular kids are terrible without getting to know them, and with Ronnie's nominations, it's more proof that nerds and off-beats can be every bit as superficial as they believe the popular kids are.

Welcome to a week of hypocrisy, where my favorite HGs will be targets and the ones I hate the most will discover their false sense of moral and competitive superiority.  Usually this doesn't happen until the fourth or fifth week, so Big Brother 11 is way ahead of schedule.

-John Kubicek, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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