Sunday, July 07, 2013
An Hour of My Life I'll Never Get Back
Just before this episode of BB began, I saw a commercial for Rally's in which a man in a cheap chicken suit went around and hugged people. Little did I know that cheap ass looking chicken would be the highligh of my hour. The show began with a recap of last week's eviction. Lifeguard guy David was voted out of the house. His showmance partner A-a-ron was pissed. (Actually, her name is Aaryn or something like that, but I prefer my version.) Anyway, A-a-ron was pissed because her boyfriend had been voted out of the house. Nevermind the fact that she knew him for about a whole week. She was in LOVE, people! She wanted REVENGE! By this point, all of the house guests should have been shaking in their boots. They weren't.
Then we switched to the Head of Household competition. For those of you unfamiliar with Big Brother, the HOH gets to nominate two fellow house guests for eviction. A-a-ron was determined to win! The house guests were randomly paired up and had to fill up a jug with BBQ sauce while walking on a greased sidewalk or something like that. I'd have ended up in a body cast, but this isn't about me. Somehow, A-a-ron and her Handsome But Stupid Partner won! What a coincidence! A-a-ron then started yelling at the other folks because they voted out the Lifeguard. How dare they! Of course no one would admit to it because apparently these people are stupid but not that stupid.
The HOH gets a special private bedroom, and A-a-ron is no exception. She got some special food goodies, favorite photos, and her favorite childhood toy--a creepy ass clown. I'm not kidding. One of the Beautiful People in the house said the creepy ass clown would probably kill someone while he/she was sleeping. I agree.
Oh yeah. A-a-ron is a racist. She makes fun of the other house guests. She's actually been fired from her job because of it. She doesn't know yet because Big Brother people are sequestered. Boo A-a-ron.
Then there's a chick named Elissa or something like that, but I'm going to refer to her as AC for Annoying Chick. She has an annoying voice and tends to wear big and/or sparkly things in her hair. Apparently AC's sister won this whole shebang a few years ago, so she has a huge target on her back for that reason and the fact that she is, well, annoying. Some of the Big Brother people want to get rid of AC. Haven't these people watched enough reality TV to know that you always keep the annoying person around?! You always want to be up against the annoying person in the finale so you can win! Sheesh!
So most of the episode was spent bad mouthing AC and watching A-a-ron plot her REVENGE against the people who voted out Lifeguard. Meanwhile, there was this really nice gal named Helen (I'll use her real name because she was nice). Helen was treated like crap and, along with a few others, was forced to eat liver and lima beans for the week. I don't know about Helen, but I'd lose about five pounds because I would not be eating that shizz. BTW, Helen is friends with AC. Seriously. I told you Helen was nice.
There's also another Beautiful Person I'm secretly rooting for. Her name is Candice, and she's from Metairie. In a Six Degrees of Separation thing, she was a student at a school where I taught several years ago. I didn't teach her nor did I really know her, but we have a Connection! Of course I'm rooting for her!
The last scene of the show was the Nomination Ceremony. Of course it was last. They have to save the big drama for last. I was hoping the cheap ass chicken suit guy would wander through, but it was not to be. This whole Nomination Ceremony thing consists of the house guests pulling keys with their names from some kind of lazy Susan. The two people left without keys are nominated for eviction. Handsome But Stupid guy tried to convince A-a-ron to nominate one of the Beautiful People, but she instead went with nice Helen and AC. Of course she did. Helen cried on AC's shoulder because you have to have to have someone cry in every episode of these shows.
So there you go. I don't know that I'll be watching again, but I might if it gives me something good to write about.