Will goes home – Frank or Bridgette? How does the secret room play into this? Who wins HoH?
Is Tallulah a Juno sequel? I need to watch this I do love me some Ellen Page.
Is Julie Chen wearing a garbage bag? It is not a flattering green on her.
Day 41, Veto Ceremony.
Frank isn’t going to campaign against Bridgette. Michelle talks to Natalie, James and Da’vonne about getting rid of Bridgette. They don’t seem convinced.
Bridgette doesn’t have any true friends in RL but she’ll count Frank as one of those.
Michelle tells Frank she feels bad about not using the Veto on Frank. Michelle starts to cry, forcing Frank to comfort her. She should have just used it and hope that Frank and her win HoH. Michelle wanted to hang out with Frank in jury. Da’vonne can’t believe this is happening.
The Television Set hints that there is a secret around them. Clues are hidden every where.
Natalie and James see the poser that reads “Secret Tokyo.” Paul goes to another room and follows the green words “Secret Depature.” James and Natalie are also noticing the green text. Secret Destination Departing Now. Flight 211 to Paris. is in the living room. Paul goes to the toy plane and follows the direction and calls Paris on the phone that has been upstairs. Paul did it! There is a secret tunnel! He can’t use it as James and Corey are breathing down his neck.
Paul is trying to enlist them to keep Frank away from the phone, when he goes back up there, Frank is in the phone booth. There is a tunnel! The room looks swanky! There are twelve envelopes. 11 are one way tickets and one round trip. If he finds the round trip, when he is eliminated he can come right back into the house. You are limited to one and you can’t exchange it.
Paul isn’t doing a good job of lying to the house. He wants them to not try to go back there but his answers are super vague.
Victor phones Paris and gets into the tunnel. It looks like Corey, Paulie and Natalie made it too. Frank and Bridgette definitely do as well.
No one can open their envelope until Julie Chen tells them that they can.
Meg, Jason, Boogie and Hayden are interviewed, which seems so weird – for a selection. My wife tells me that this should be awkward as neither Meg and Hayden don’t talk to James or Nicole – apparently due to bad falling outs. I imagine Meg didn’t want to date James. Boogie is there for Frank’s perspective. I guess Jason and Da’vonne were close in the house but it feels like a stretch. I guess the Secret Destination didn’t provide enough footage for them.
24 Minutes Left.
Da’vonne sets up the segment. One needs a loyal ally in the house. Da’vonne had Jason, I don’t miss him. He still lives in his mother’s basement. His life hasn’t changed. He’s still single and still works at the grocery store. James considered Meg a “very good friend.” Meg liked James as a friend. They texted every day then they stopped. Hayden got a haircut, he has a grown up haircut! They dated for a year and a half. He didn’t want to get married or have kids. It is weird for him to watch Nicole and Corey getting closer. Mike Boogie! Boogie doesn’t like Frank’s game this season, Frank needs to stop telling people that he’s winning all the competitions. Not a bad segment, nothing new was really revealed.
Tallulah isn’t a Juno sequel but it sounds like a decent movie. Sien Heder wrote and directed it and the story that it is based off of sounds very sad.
Does everyone have an envelope?
19 Minutes Left. I had a very rough night, my heart burn seems to be getting worst. Our downstairs neighbor kept his television on and so loud. Walker Dennis, who has found out he can climb down his bed, kept making sounds that sounded like he was going to coming out here.
Julie Chen explains the envelope. They expire on August 18th so they are only good for like four minuets.
Frank keeps his respectful to Bridgette, which is nice. Frank takes the chance to tell the houseguests to not take care and he doesn’t like most of them. Bridgette just tells Frank how much of a friend he has been.
Frank lies and tells Julie that he hopes her dress is as lovely in person as it is on the screen. It isn’t.
Da’vonne – Frank (she’s excited)
Paul – Frank
Paulie – Frank the Tank
Nicole – Frank
Victor – Frank
It is official, Frank is going home.
Michelle – Stank, she means Frank
Zakiyah – Frank, she’s dress to compete. They all are.
Corey – Frank
Natalie – Frank
Bridgette should fall back in with Natalie.
Production keeps the envelopes so no one is tempted to open them early.
9 – 0 Votes, Frank is evicted! Hugs all around. Da’vonne stayed on the couch. Michelle jokes that Frank will be back in five minutes.
Julie Chen says Frank really lit the house guests up instead of pleading for a second chance. It wasn’t all that mean spirited. Julie Chen will open the envelope so all of the houseguests can see, after the commercial break. I guess this gives Julie Chen some more screen time, is that what she wants?
Frank’s envelope is . . . One Way Ticket, home in his case. The others will be to the jury house. Well that was lackluster. Frank tried to make a joke of it but it fell flat.
Chenbot has questions for Frank, he’s the first Vet to be going home.
Frank is worried about Bridgette being nominated every week but bigger threats will be seen. Da’vonne had a funny good bye message and Bridgette had a heartfelt one.
Perfect Shot, is a skee ball like competition.
First one who gets the perfect shot, and becomes HoH. They do this in rounds. The four lowest scores will be Have Nots for the week.
I doubt we’ll get the winner tonight.
Julie Chen says there is America’s Care Package. My wife likens it to the Hunger Games like package. The first one is Never-Not pass.
Sunday – we learn the winner and who gets the first care package.
Wednesday – Veto
Thursday – Eviction unless they get the round trip.
My wife tells me that Paul won HoH, so it should be an interesting week.