Expect the unexpected is the motto of Big Brother. Ginamarie winning HOH was unexpected. Staten Island Greats, like Ricky Schroder, Alyssa Milano and the Cast of the Jersey Shore were all seen shedding tears when the news broke of Ginamaie’s HOH win.
My favorite TV show returns next week, Breaking Bad. Sadly if you don’t know what that show is, it’s basically about a normal middle aged dude who thinks he only has a few months to live and so he decides he wants to leave his family a little nest egg for when he’s gone, so he decides to start cooking and selling Meth.
All right, were back, this is your war correspondent on the battlefield that is the Big Brother home. Things are looking strange. Is it me or is this house completely run by the women in the house? All the strong males have been exterminated. When we last left on Thursday night, the worst possible scenario happened, Aaryn winning HOH. Aaryn is trying to play friendly, I’m starting to think that maybe when the live feeds cut out for a minute or two that Helen programmed Aaryn into the Manchurian Candidate
CBS we all know how set up "America is MVP" is to give the viewers the opportunity to destroy Aaryn, but in a shocking turn of events, Aaryn gets re-elected and returns to the HOH room. Poor Julie Chen. Julie looked like she had a hop in her step all night until the ending of that HOH competition.
In the movie Back to the Future part two if you remember, Marty McFly goes into the future and, while he is there to save his troubled douche future son, he buys a sports almanac that list the final score of every sporting event for the past one hundred years (Btw in the movie the almanac is the size of a hotel brochure whereas in real life something like that would be the size of a 14th century bible).
Before we get into the game a quick update. During the past week it came out that Aaryn’s mom allegedly hired a PR firm to somehow make lemonade out of the rotten lemons that is her daughter.
Disclaimer: Rob has a website blog is a reality blog about a group of people who have no privacy 24/7. At times, the houseguest (will) may reveal (a jarring and horrifying amount of) prejudices and other beliefs that Rob does not condone, we hope these views expressed do not reflect the views or opinions of Rob Cesternino” Sorry couldn’t help it! Like the editor and chief of this site tweeted, anytime a show starts with a disclaimer you know it will be good!
A moment of silence, please, as America mourns the loss of our first Moving Company member. Shockingly, the major networks are not going to air the military style funeral as the other Company members salute Nick's picture as Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA":
This blog entry begins with Darth Vader's “Imperial March” played as Aaryn, Jeremy and Kaitlin assume control of the HOH room. This is what makes Big Brother great: Every week is the same and every week is so different, depending on who wins HOH.
Poor Julie Chen. She looks like she’s going to snap and just come clean. "Look, America,” she will say to the camera, “you and I know we made a huge mistake casting this year, but there is nothing we can do about it now.
So, according to people who watch the livefeeds 24/7—and an open letter from current houseguest Andy—I mean, former houseguest Regan—these houseguests have been talking like extras from Leonardo Dicaprio's plantation party scene in DJango Unchained.
Right off the bat, America is told that it has a big part to play in the game. Cant wait to see what this will be!