I haven’t had time to watch much of the feeds this week as I’ve spent the large majority of the past 72 hours working on the technical glitch on the site, so this should all be new information for me. I am curious to see how much of their assholey behavior will be shown on TV. Then hopefully, I’ll have a moment to grab something to eat today, before it becomes tomorrow and not be so fucking grouchy.
I did see on Twitter today that Jason’s family has apologized for his rapey “jokes” about Kevin’s family. It must be quite embarrassing to have that all over the Internet. Jason just found out the other day the feeds show up on Youtube. He has no idea how badly his name is being dragged on social media. At least Jason is saying that Kevin is hs pal in the D.R.
Matt plans to pull Raven off if he wins because she needs the money more than he does. Which is true, he has some sort of government related job where he either buys for the government or sells to government large ticket items like planes and such. Or something like that. He has a really good job. And he thinks Raven will go off to die after the show. But that’s just not true.
OMG at Kevin brushing his teeth, the using the toothbrush to brush his hair, then continuing to brush his teeth. Hilarious. Alex trying to get Jason to put up Kevin and send him home, not so much. I think Kevin wins AFP now. It was Jason’s to lose after the news of his second child, but he blew it.
I don’t understand why Paul thinks it is good for his game to win the veto. The last thing he need to do is piss of anyone by choosing a side.
Ah! It’s an interesting twist on Hide and Go Veto this year, or maybe I just don’t remember correctly but I don’t recall that the vetos didn’t show the name of the player in previous seasons. That explains how Raven took out Paul.
Look a Raven sprinting to the house with her broken toes, and rough knee caps! It’s like she is healthy as a horse. While Matt is supposed to be hiding the veto, during the POV ceremony, he stops to eat some cereal. By the way, he’s a have not. Kevin and Raven both hide their veto in pillows. It’s like they have never seen this game. Jason pulls a groin muscle getting up to go hide his. Alex says, “his hot dog has been split.” He can barely walk. Josh also has never seen this comp. The fridge is the first place people will look.
Raven is the first to go in and look for a veto. She does a full cartwheel and herkie before sprinting in. This competition took forever.
I love that Josh called out Maven’s stash of condoms. Jason found Josh’s veto. Raven found Matt’s. Kevin is furious they threw his fancy suits all over the ground and stomped on them. He can’t even look around for a veto because he is seeing red. Raven finds another veto. But eventually, as we already knew, Jason won the POV.
Jason talks to Kevin about putting him up as a pawn. Kevin is getting a very good edit with regard to being pals with Kevin. The blame for everything is being shifted to Alex and Paul. And that is true. But they certainly could have made Jason look horrible. The rapey comments he made were made after Jason kept the noms the same. The comment was something to the effect that if Kevin ever puts him up after all he did to save him he would do the despicable things that popped into his head as the worst thing you could do to someone. In the DR Jason has a few moments of enlightenment where he realizes that Alex and Paul are working together behind his back and they may just send Kevin home. FINALLY, someone’s brain functions for a brief amount of time.
Then it gets even better. Jason tells the DR that they do the “mob thing” in this house. Someone points the finger and then everyone else attacks and attacks and attacks.
Jason decides to do what he wants to do and he keeps the nominations the same. YAY!
With all the footage of the aftermath they have to get in tomorrow, the HOH will have to be questions.