Coming in late to say after watching the "fight", I cannot wait for Shelly to go to Jury, right after Jeff.
You know, I still can't figure out Shelley's reasoning for ditching the A/S/J/J alliance for P/K. How did she think that her chances were any better making it to the final two with P/K than with J/J. Either way, she was going to be third, unless she felt she had a better shot at competing for the final two with P/K, though both of them have consistently done better than she has too. I'm sure that if the A/S/J/J alliance had made it to the final four, the other three would have been fine with it being every person for himself/herself at that point. Granted, J/J would have still tried to work as a team, but realistically, I think one of them probably would have gone home unless one or the other of them won every single competition to the final two. Maybe she wouldn't have won against either of them, but I don't thinks she'd win against P or K either. I just don't see a scenario where she really could win--she's screwed up her social/strategic game and she just didn't have game at all in competitions.
I don't get her sudden need to play for the money for her family either. It's not like they're impoverished. In fact, she probably needs the money the least, based on ordinary income (I have no idea what additional income the various vets may make from BB--but Shelley's now probably blown the possibility of future BB employment too, because she's made herself too unlikable.
Do they really need to dedicate the first half hour of the show to what happened on Thursday's show? I can see showing the fights but they don't need to rehash Thursdays.
He who laughs last thinks slowest
Maybe we should chug on over to namby pamby land where we can find some self confidence for you, you jackwagon!
I agree, Tilden. I just think Dani got in Shelly's head and convinced Shelly was a sheep for J/J and
not playing for herself, no matter how illogical it all seems.
(Watching the show late...)
Seeing Jordie go off on Shelly makes me feel bad for her all over again.
Rachel pulling her away, what a switch that was, saying "It's not you!"
The Moral Of Big Brother 11: If you don't play nice, Chima will pay you a visit.
She overdid it with trying to cover her ass and getting jury votes, and made herself look kind of foolish, but gamewise it's a sound move. Who in that house would beat J or J in the finals? *crickets*
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