Hey hey, BB fans! It’s eviction night! The best night of the week! Woohoo!
The Chenbot is in top form tonight, in a classy evening gown and a necklace from Home Depot.
It’s handy when she shows up to her night job at The Naughty Kitty
Let’s see what sort of international supermodels they pulled the audience pool from this week:
Chen tells us that it’s Frank’s third time on the block and Janelle’s third time on Big Brother, and only one of them will survive the night. I wish that were true. If only evictions on Big Brother were more like evictions from The Hunger Games…
Katniss votes to evict…
Previously on Big Brother, Danielle won HoH and nominated Frank and Wil. Then she won the Power of Veto and took Wil off the block and put Janelle up instead. Chenbot tells us that to pull off a blindside you have to have guts and grace under pressure. I think she forgot about having to have Dan controlling your every move…
Remember last week when everything was in black and white? That was weird…
Post Veto Ceremony, Britney shares her thoughts on the obligatory post ceremony hugs and how no one gives a shit but everyone pretends to. Wil does some opera note to celebrate his removal from the block, and Boogie takes a bow for some reason that probably has to do with genital warts.
In case the editors let you forget that he’s an idiot
Janelle asks Danielle why she nominated her, and Danielle says that she heard that Janelle was coming after her. Janelle wants to know where she heard such crazy rumors, but Danielle won’t tell her. Instead she says that Frank’s probably the one going home anyway, which is a dirty dirty lie.
Danielle’s “I’m totally not lying” face
Dan decides to have a chat with Janelle in the kitchen, where he lies and says that he had no idea Danielle was gonna do that, and it must have been one of those “Girl things.” Sheesh. I’m amazed he didn’t tell her that it was Danielle’s time of the month. Boogie walks into the kitchen and takes his sweet-ass time finding something to eat, just to annoy them both.
Did someone order an awkward silence?
Janelle runs around kissing hands and shaking babies in an attempt to earn votes from house guests. She’s convinced she has secured votes from Dan, Wil, Joe, Jen, and Britney, which would be enough to stay if she weren’t being played like a cheap fiddle. When Janelle corners Britney, Brit smartly uses her reputation as an idiot to her advantage by pretending she has no idea what’s happening or why.