They've already helped Janelle in BB6 since everyone hated the Friendship so much, right? So no more. At this point I want her out and get it all done with.
Everything I have ever said about the American public voting is true. I hope to God America never lets someone as undeserving as Kevin Skinner, Marty Brown, or Jimmy Rose make it far again. Their fans should be universally banned from ever voting again
Uh oh! Janelle is looking for everyone. She realizes that everyone is in HOH. She is trying to go up, and knocking on the door. Boogie and Frank ran into the HOH shower to hide. But, they didn't answer the door. She is grilling Ian with questions and he is doing a bad job trying to cover for them.
Boogie telling the group that he really wants this -- he wants to have an alliance that he can trust, so he can relax on Thursday nights after the HOH comp, knowing he's good with the comp winner.
I can't fault him for that -- I'm not even in the house and all the drama, worry and flip-flopping has me exhausted.
Now Brit is saying she wants a good solid alliance, and doesn't want to be brought up as a sacrificial lamb if someone from the opposite side of the house gets HOH.
I watch this every year, but my brain is slow. Is this just an unusual year in that it seems like the house is clearly dividing into just two camps so soon? I guess it's because of the reset.
Ian and Janelle sitting in the kitchen . He is soooo uncomfortable. Then, out of the blue, he says that he doesn't have it in him to do bad things to people.
I'm still on edge listening to Boogie. He's getting that undertone of gloating in his voice and has the "Professor Boogie schooling the masses" attitude. Maybe he'll talk so much everyone turns on him again.
I really am shocked that this seems to be happening. Frank seems to have more lives than a cat. But, I wont bet any real money on this till I see it actually happen on Thursday....because of the way this group keeps flipping back + forth.
Janelle's spidey senses are tingling! She is acting like she's making conversation, but her eyes keep going to watch the top of the stairs. She's not going anywhere until she finds out who is in that room.