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All the coaches are lying and refusing to admit who hit the button, as if anyone would think all of them wouldn’t hit it. These people are fame and money whores; of COURSE they’ll play Big Brother again, especially when it’s so obviously rigged to let returning players win.
And now here is Shane’s complaint, which is by far the most valid complaint anyone has: he gripes that he got “all the blood” on his hands last week, by nominating THREE people, without getting any of them kicked out! Not only did he piss off those three people, but he also pissed off their coaches, and he didn’t eliminate anyone. He just got completely fucked, and there’s basically no way he’ll survive to the end at this point. I’d throw a Chima fit and toss my microphone in the pool if I were him, to be honest.
Jenn, however, is glad to be free of Boogie’s tutelage, since he wasn’t really paying much attention to her or Ian, what with his man-crush on Frank. Poor, neglected Jenn. Ironically, Jenn’s one appearance on this episode is to lament the fact that she never gets any attention.
Back to the competition! Ian aks Janelle what the reset button looked like. “It was a big, huge button,” replies Janelle. Isn’t she just brilliant? 26 minutes in, and no one has fallen, and I’m starting to dread how boring this is going to be. Britney, however, whispers to Boogie that the coaches need to stick together. Duh.
Fake seagulls are dragged overhead on obvious strings, and then “bird shit” is splattered all over the contestants’ faces. Just when I start to hate Big Brother, they do stuff like this and I fall in love with how terrible it is all over again.
Finally, Boogie falls off first, and I genuinely worry for his hip. Jenn falls next, and then Joe drops. God, this is boring. Shane and Frank whisper and agree they’ll each put up two coaches. I love how these two continue to act like they’re BFFs. Just fight, already! Dan throws the challenge, as is his M.O., but it’s pretty hard to play the “oops! I fell!” card two seasons in a row, as Wil points out in the Diary Room: “Oh my gosh, big shocker, Dan has fallen off the boat. He’s doing exactly the kind of stuff he did in Season 10. No one saw that coming!” Sometimes I like Wil, I have to admit.
Shane says he doesn’t want Frank to win, since he just tried to get the guy out. And then Frank falls. Serendipity! Boogie immediately grabs his boyfriend and tells him behind the bushes that the house was planning on voting him out tonight. Frank now only trusts Boogie. I’m sure this alliance of two morons will go VERY far.