'Big Brother 11' Week 1 Power of Veto Recap (Page 1/3)
'Big Brother 11' Week 1 Power of Veto Recap (Page 1/3)
Tuesday means the Power of Veto night on Big Brother 11.  Actually, the PoV competition and ceremony were held over the weekend, so while there may not be much suspense in terms of what happens with Lydia and Chima on the block, the editors will do their best to make the houseguests look as ridiculous as possible.

The guy doing the Big Brother voiceover sounds kind of pervy, and he's also a master of deception because he makes it sound like the Ronnie/Jessie alliance is real and not just Jessie pretending to listen to Ronnie's idiotic gameplay.

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Russell and Jessie are super proud of themselves, and Jeff is a bit weirded out that he has no idea what his clique is up to.  That's probably because he's smarter than the three other athletes combined.

Lydia makes me hate her by whining that she feels picked on just like high school.  Kevin also gets on my bad side by calling Lydia his BFF.  Here's a good rule of thumb: if you've known someone for less than a week, they are NOT your best friend forever.

Ronnie's lame quotient sky rockets when he tells Chima a secret - he's a national champion persuasive speaker.  It's so sad that he thinks he's a good player.  Equally pathetic are Jessie and Russell, who use their combined brain cell to figure out Jeff isn't on their side, so they butter up Laura.  I can't decide which are the bigger boobs: Russell and Jessie or the things on Laura's chest.

Already, we have our first super alliance, and it's apparently Jessie, Russell, Natalie, Laura, Ronnie, Chima and Michele. 

Braden gets his own Zoolander montage where he wears leather pants, kisses a stuffed elephant and acts like the stereotypical airhead model you'd expect him to be.  Russell thinks Braden's likeability is a threat, which means Russell knows nothing about this show, because the person everyone likes is never the person who wins.

Power of Veto Players: Jessie gets Russell, Chima chooses Natalie and Lydia gets Jeff.  So somehow, all four athletes are playing.

The competition is acne-themed, and the players must pop giant pimples to collect Scrabble tiles, and after 10 minutes, whoever can form the longest word wins.  Russell believes the worst possible scenario is if Jeff or Lydia win and take Lydia off the block.  Please remember that statement.


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