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The Voice comes on to tell them that they’re going to learn who in the house is getting the least votes from the viewers. This is a very cool idea. I like this a lot, since it will cause some animosity and make some try to figure out how to get us to like them. All the player pics come up on the screen and the ones that disappear will be safe. The two that remain will be the team captains for the week.
Gene, Stephanie, Joy, Jeffrey, Mike, Erica, Andrea, Robin, and Kevin are all eliminated. It’s down to Apollo, Ashley, and Holly. I really hope Apollo’s stays up. I really like Ali P’s kindness, because I’m probably dumb enough to believe it’s genuine.
Back from commercial. The last one to disappear is Holly. What the holy fuck?! It’s between Ashley and Apollo. Holly starts crying which totally annoys Ashley. So am I. Ali P tells us that he thinks his strategy wasn’t clear to us, so he tells us that he’s playing a very intellectual, psychological game because he’s not going to get the looks votes or funny vote. Uh oh. Looks like I probably am stupid believing this guy.
Gene tells us that the way to play this is to pick people onto your team that you think will get voted off by the viewers if you wind up in Limbo with them. Smart man, Gene. I like you more and more. Ashley got more votes than Ali P, so she gets to pick first.
Ashley picks Kevin, Stephanie, Joy, Andrea, Jeffrey.
Ali P picks Holly, Gene, Mike, Erica, Robin.
Ali P has a team meeting in the bedroom. I can’t focus for all of the severely unmade beds. Why do people live like such slobs on national television? I can’t be in my room if my bed is unmade, let alone let hundreds of thousands of people see the bedclothes crumpled into balls on my bed. But, these are the same people who’ll have dirty underwear hanging inside out on a bedside lamp soon enough. It reminds me of the time we went on a family vacation to Florida for my oldest brother’s graduation. My dad was always cheap and had us stay in the ghetto motels. This one we stayed in, the Conquistador, had a fist hole in the bathroom door and beer cans and underpants in the palm tree outside our balcony. Mind you, we went in the summer and we’re sure this stuff was a Spring Break aftermath.
Ali P starts in on Gene and tells him that when he walked into the kitchen earlier, Gene was in there with other players and it seemed as though they’d been talking about him because they all stopped talking. We see this scene right before this and no one was actually talking about him. It was just an awkward moment. Ali P wants to make sure that no one is scheming in a way that could jeopardize the next game – he doesn’t care if there’s strategy, just as long as there is no sabotage. Ali P really sees this as sabotage and walks out. Mike asks if Gene can dismiss that and he tells him it’s not bothering him at all. Ali P, sir, I’m starting to see those wheels turning and I don’t like it. Don’t try to sabotage the people I like, buddy. I’ll use my super voting powers to kick your ass out of the game.
The game has the players suspended from harnesses and they’ll have to throw eggs with their names on them into these glass-roofed birdhouses. The first team to get one egg in each of the birdhouses is the winner. Every house has a burden written on it. For the winning team, each player either suffers the consequence of the burden or reaps the benefit of whatever is written on the house. It’s pretty confusing.
Team Ashley tries to figure out who’s least likely to get an egg through the roof. Jeffrey doesn’t want to be suspended from the whirly birds. Ashley tells us she gave Kevin a lot of power to make the decisions. The rest get into the harnesses. Stephanie starts out by separating out her and Ashley’s eggs. She said that Ashley’s birthday is coming up and she wants to make sure she doesn’t have to do the chores and wants the viewers to know that she’s willing to do the chores.