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  • Big Brother Recap - Bye Bye Bitches

       August 21, 2005

    The good news is that skanky Jennifer is gone at the hands of our delightful Janey. The bad news is that Beau is the new Head of Household and he's nominated Howie & Rachel for eviction.

    It seems like people are gunning for Rachel, but hopefully what will happen is that Janelle will win the Veto and take off Howie. Beau will have to choose between James, April & Maggie to put up in his place. I think any of those three would go before Rachel. Here's how it would break down:

    James: Maggie, Howie & Janelle would vote against him.
    April: Howie, Janelle and James would vote against her.
    Maggie: Howie, Janelle & James would all vote against her.

    Worst case scenario is that Rachel wins the veto and takes herself off. Janelle would most likely be put up and we'd lose either her or Howie.

    I realize that at this point, my analysis and interest in this game is all about keeping Janey in it.

    If CBS is smart, they're already talking to Kaysar about participating in the next 2-person edition of The Amazing Race. He could do it with Michael or, more ideally, with Janelle. America loves Kaysar and we just didn't get enough of him this season. CBS should realize it and take advantage of it.

    Update: James won the veto competition. I suspect he won't use it unless he can convince Beau to put up Maggie. I doubt that'll happen.

    Update #2: Now it looks like Janelle and James may be teaming up. I'm lovin' this development. It could keep Janelle in the game for awhile and plus, James is no dummy. He's got to know that Janelle is one of the few people who could beat in the Final 2.

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    #  August 21st, 2005 1:31 PM      KVBigSis
    Wow, Kris. I was just going to e-mail you "Wouldn't it be great if Kaysar was cast on the next TAR?" I don't really watch this show any more - I keep up with the recaps, but I'd like to see Howie gone just for his sheer stupidity when he was HOH.  
    #  August 21st, 2005 6:50 PM      kris
    I think that Michael & Kaysar may have originally tried out for TAR instead of BB. In any case, it seems like a no brainer for CBS.  



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