Round eight: Danielle says “spots” when she sees pictures of spots. People throw paint at her. Jenn declares her a “cutie pie.” I have nothing left to give.
Sadly for Danielle, this is the only time Shane will launch a creamy substance in her face.
Round nine. HOW LONG IS THIS GAME. WILL WE BE PLAYING IT UNTIL WE DIE? Dan correctly identifies the word “trip.” He has to take a 24-hour-long trip to a “solitary dance party,” which sounds perfect because who likes dancing in front of other people? Britney, meanwhile, is chewing on some sort of cloth napkin (where did that come from?) in a rage blackout that Dan is actually trying to fuck her over. It should also be noted that Shane has zero. He can’t even identify a picture of a carrot, you guys.
The final round is worth 11 points, which means only Dan or Shane can win. Britney buzzes in, basically trying to screw Dan right back and take away his chance at winning, so that Frank wins and nominations stay the same and Dan goes home. But, turns out she doesn’t know what the picture is of! She stares at it, and then something amazing happens. Frank whispers, “Summer,” to her, and gets ELIMINATED FROM THE GAME FOR CHEATING. I’m… in awe.
Britney is now having such an intense panic attack she is actually levitating four inches off the ground, and cartoon steam is blowing out of her ears. We re-do the round, and now it’s basically anyone’s game as long as their name isn’t Shane. Britney buzzes too quickly yet again, and gets eliminated for not having a guess. Whoops.
Then Jenn buzzes in and gets it right! Whuuuuuut? She is told that, in order to get the points and therefore win the Veto, she must agree to eat slop for the rest of the summer. This is a no-brainer for someone like Jenn, who literally has nothing to gain by winning the Veto. But, since this is Jenn we’re discussing, she agrees to eat slop all summer and now she has won the Veto. Um, what? She celebrates and gloats in the Diary Room and points at Frank in the yard, and now everyone knows she’s Frank’s new alliance partner, so expect her to get kicked out when he wins the Veto next week. Jenn, Jenn, Jenn. Brooklyn deserved better.
“I can’t wait to use my new power to become a pawn in someone else’s game!”
Upstairs in the HoH room, Jenn and Frank seal their shitty, shitty alliance, while Dan goes into the food pantry to cry. He continues the sob-fest in the Diary Room, literally weeping and saying he loves three things in life: his family, coaching, and Big Brother. I don’t think I need to point out how depressing that is. To add insult to more insult, he now has to go into the solitary dance party for 24 hours, which is basically the Have-Not Room with an added shitty $5 disco ball and some cheap house music pumped in. Dan being Dan, however, he plans to use the 24 hours alone to come up with a plan to save himself.
Big Brother knows how to party!!!!