Shelly has done a real number on this house. I can’t figure out if she’s a horrible player or a great player. I mean, there’s a difference. A horrible player is someone who lies too much, forgets details, someone who is sloppy with their game play. A good game player is someone who’s done all that on purpose to completely brainf*ck the others into a whirlpool of indecision and back-stabbing insecurity. It is very possible Shelly knows exactly what she is doing and hasn’t been sloppy at all. It’s very possible she’s like this in real life as well. Do I care? No. Live and let live. Karma baby. And it is just a game. As far as all us watchers are concerned, it’s just a game. Repeat that. Anyone could win. Yay. It’s just a game.
Moving on, I hope Rachel has a little fun these next few weeks. She’s a lot more likable now that Brendon is gone, and with Jordan as an ally, I say let the good times roll. Rachel is a tough competitor, quick on her feet, determined. She may not win this, but she should. So she plays with her heart on her sleeve, and no one’s gonna get between her and her fe-yan-say, but that’s kind of okay. And hey, now that little Brachel’s growing from zygote to toddler, she might need some extra cash. Just saying. Maybe one of the next competitions will be who can pee on a stick the fastest, or who can put together a sonogram machine in less than a minute. Come on Big Brother, we’re dying to know.
Let’s spend a brief moment on Adam. He’s a nice guy playing a nice game. Actually, he’s a freeloader in a house with a bunch of hot chicks and a pantry full of endless food. So he had to wear an elf suit for a week . . . that must have been tough. Sorry Adam, you don’t deserve to win this. Heck, you’ve already won this. He ain’t complaining.
Getting down to business, Porsche put Jordan and Rachel on the block in Friday’s night’s nomination ceremony. A great move. Rachel would be gone. Forever. And then . . . Porsche crumbled to temptation. Imagine that. For five grand Porsche threw her nominations into the sky and left her alliance’s safety vulnerable for another week. She said it herself, “We had it made.” Yes, you did. And now the powers have been beaten, built, twisted, burned and resurrected. All in a matter of a few days. This is great, this is why I love Big Brother so much.