Well, Willie is gone, which means things are a lot tamer in the Big Brother house. That doesn’t mean things are any less entertaining. Last night’s episode saw a goofy Veto challenge replete with Dorito costumes, slide whistles, and quacky music. Sometimes I think the producers are aiming squarely at the 7 year old demographic, but at this point, I’m so used to it that not even the broadest cymbal “crash” can phase me anymore.
I don’t have any particularly noteworthy observations about the latest episode; although, I do have to call attention to the ridiculous “Have Not” foods America is called on to choose. First of all, is this really the best the producers can do in terms of audience participation? I don’t think anyone really gives a damn about what these people eat, and if they did, are we to believe that “cereal and salmon” is actually considered a punishment? Let me give you a sample menu of something I might eat on any given day: CEREAL AND SALMON. Stop being lazy, CBS.
On to the photocap…
“I GOT LIGHTNING EARRINGS, BAD-ASS TATTOOS, AND CRAZY MAKEUP. NOW I AM READY TO WRECK SHIT UP (and by that I mean sit here very quietly and be nice to people).”
“Sometimes I think about the Milky Way, and I wonder where all that milk comes from.”
“I think I deserve a second chance. Just like the time I gave Rocco DiGuardia a second chance to do me behind the deli counter at ShopRite.”
“I like cardboard.”
Britney: “Oh my God. Wil is taking forever. He’s ruining it for EVERYONE.”
“Literally, I don’t even want to speak to this blanket right now. It’s making me look like a freakin’ red cookie monster. THIS BLANKET IS RUINING IT FOR EVERYONE!”
“I hope I get to play in the Veto competition. And I hope I win MAKEUP.”
“My ideal man would be tall, funny, like to eat, like to snack, like to digest, be short, like toothpicks, like cranberries, like clouds, be tall, walk in circles, be short, have tiny wings, like country music, be tall, like pumpkins but hate pumpkin patches, and would be President.”
Danielle: “I love Mexico! I hear you can buy all sorts of illegal MAKEUP.”
At last Ashley lives out her dream: singing folk music while dressed like an oversized tortilla chip.
“My sweater is 100% cotton candy.”
Britney: “I know I’m smiling, but I can’t help thinking we’re sloshing around in a pool of melted Gumby.”
“Can we talk about Joe’s soul patch? It scares me.”
“I just saw boobies.”
“Can you explain algebra to me again? And what role does MAKEUP play in it?”
“I MISS SEPHORA SO MUCH!”
“Sometimes when I’m alone, I cry because I still don’t understand why rainbows don’t look like bows. Or rain!!”
“I think I have an erection.”
“Y’all this is the comfiest toilet I ever sat on.”
Shane: “Guys, I’m bored.”
“I enjoy dressing like I’m in an early ’90s legal thriller.”
“So I got five fingers on this hand and two on THIS hand; so that makes SEVEN. Oh wait. I got three more fingers. Now I’m all confused.”
What did you think about this episode?