On tonight's Big Brother episode, our housemole had the tough job of trying to get Kail evicted from the house. Despite an admirable effort, Mike ended up going home and Kail sits comfortably in the house.
In the HOH competition, Dustin emerged the winner in a Big Brother Trivia game where a person who got a question right chose a housemate to evict. It soon became clear who the house guest's friends were and I have a feeling they will remember who sent them to the bench.
Dustin is in good shape right now. With the HOH firmly in hand he can eliminate one of his opponents and solidify the position of his alliance. I have a feeling that he will nominate Jen, Kail or Zach, or some combination of those three. A lot can change in a day in the Big Brother House and our housemole is a bit of a wildcard, subject to the whim of the American public.
I must say, Dustin is playing a SOUND game at this point and barring a power-hungry tyrannical stint as HOH he is pretty much running the game.
Dick THINKS he is running the game, but I think Dustin and company are merely letting Dick be the bad guy while they sit back and bide their time.
The HOH this week will force that alliance to the forefront. The true test will be how well Dustin handles the power.
Jameka is in a nice groove and is holding steady and flying low.
Nick is becoming quite the Casanova with slicked back hair and moustache. I guess he figures that if he just greases it back he can save on shampoo.;)
Jessica is a wildcard. There seems to be a huge alliance with sub-groups and I am not quite sure where she fits into the picture...if at all.
Eric is not playing a bad game. He doesn't seem to have much power, but at this stage that isn't really crucial. He doesn't seem to have many enemies either and went a long way in tonight's HOH before being eliminated due to buzzing in too soon.
Jessica is still a mess emotionally about being played by Nick. I don't feel that she is much of a force in the game right now but if Nick goes home before she does, she may wind up doing OK in a duo with Daddy Dick.
All-in-all it was a pretty-good show tonight.
--The Clever Cynic
I must say this is ART.