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  • Big Brother-Recap Week 7-The King is Dead, Long Live the Queen

       August 18, 2005

    Unfortunately, due to some horrible tornados in my area, I wasn't able to watch much of tonight's live Big Brother episode. It sounds like there was a lot of damage, so please keep the folks in Stoughton, Wisconsin in your thoughts and prayers tonight.

    Now on to much more shallow matters. Here's what I was able to piece together tonight:

    1. This week will have a double elimination. One on Saturday and one on Thursday. Let's hope that Howie, Rachel & Janey can take all the HOH competitions.

    2. Our dear, sweet Kaysar was voted out. Again. Poor, hot, sweet Kaysar. He was too good for the likes of these losers.

    3. Tonight's HOH winner will immediately make their nominations for eviction. I don't know if the double elimination week means that there will be no Veto competition or not. I guess we'll see...because the new HOH is...

    Janelle! Woot! I'm so happy that the buxom blonde will be able to get some revenge on Kaysar's betrayer.

    Janelle nominates Jennifer & Maggie for eviction. Good job. I hate Jennifer, but Maggie is the "brains" of that operation. Although, for future gameplay, it might have been better to pit Jen/April against Beau/Ivette. Ah well. I'm just happy that Janey, Rachel & Howie are safe for at least a few more days. Heck, I'll even add James in there.

    Sorry again for this abbreviated recap. Click here for more on Big Brother 6


    Posted by at August 18, 2005 08:02 PM

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    #  August 18th, 2005 10:28 PM      LAB
    Kris,
    I Couldn't agree with you more! YAHOO! for Janie! Yes, very sad for Kaysar ~:0( (HOTTIE)But so is the Iraqi Translater in Iraq that I email. I again agree with you that he was to good for the likes of those losers. But, why did Howie, Rachel vote Kaysar out too? I was shocked!!! I still am HAPPY that 82% of America voted Kaysar back in. That speaks for itself..... I am PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN!! Howie kind of went on a rampage along with Janie.... I was hoping it was true what you had predicted earlier that Janie would get evicted but wasn't in the cards. I totally agreed with your choice verses the 2 that Janie put up. I would of pulled a Kaysar and stirred the ole pot again.... Darn that would of been kind of kool to see that team fall apart. Maggie seemed to fall back (shutup for awhile) scaming. Well you keep up the good work I am there with you. Thanks,
    Leslie  
     

     

     


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