Big Brother – George Turns His Super Power Into A Blooper
It would have been a near perfect episode if Angie had decided to flick four points Josh’s way just for being an unfeeling prick, unfortunately she did not. The nomance (that is no typo) between Angie and Josh was finally over. The nail in the coffin was when Josh snogged Ava in the pool in front of Angie.
They then snuggled up in bed and she then told Josh she would not normally do this sort of thing unless he had taken her out for fish tacos first. Isn’t she a vegetarian? Or was that code for something else?
He seemed to think that even though they had said they were saying nothing was going on there was nothing going on in his mind. However Angie may have been saying that but was she feeling it? You know how it is with girls… However Josh was just using it to make him feel better about his behaviour. He and Angie had been spooning for a few weeks in a pretty intense environment.
Josh’s Lothario ways may stop him from winning the series. Angie may not have given any of her points to Josh but I suspect next week Ava won’t be so lucky.
Apparently George thinks Layla is losing interest in him, maybe because she heard that conversation where he was talking about his girl on the outside. Thankfully this means George and Layla won’t be breeding as there is not much smarts in either of them.
In another amusing twist George was given the super power however it ended up seeing him nominated. His super power was he could see scoreboard as the nominations were occurring but he could not see who was doing the nominating. At the end he could choose to make someones nomination null and void.
At the end him and Angie were on equal six points and would have both been up for nomination. George decided to null and void Benjamin’s as he was sure he would have given him points. He was wrong and Angie lost one point and she was safe from nominations this week.
Ava was safe from nomination this week but she also could not nominate.
Of course after Ray casting aspersions on how sound proofed the nomination booth was Big Brother had to prove it to the viewer.
This is how they nominated:
- George nominated Ben for three points for plotting, and two points to Estelle because she is making the house uncomfortable;
- Layla nominated Estelle for four points and one point for Bradley;
- Stacey nominated Bradley for three points for poor housekeeping, and two points to Estelle for being an Ava hog;
- Benjamin nominated Bradley for four points as his jokes are not coming in at the right temperature, and one point to Angie for bullying and after being slapped around by Big Brother for saying there was bullying going on he changed the word to influencing.
- Josh gave three points to Estelle, and two points to George because of the chalk board incident;
- Zoe nominated three points to Bradley and two points to Angie because she gossip quite a bit;
- Angie gave three points to Estelle and gave two points to Bradley as she wants people in the house she wants to spend time with;
- Estelle gave Angie three points and two points to Bradley because he gave her the brush-off – no wonder she is feeling unloved in the house;
- Bradley gave Estelle four points clearly the crush is over and he flicked Stacey his last point;
- Michael gave Estelle one point because of her negativity, and four points to George because all he can talk about property management, chicks and getting drunk.
As stated previously George used his super power to take out Benjamin’s points but this meant Angie was safe and he was up for elimination. He knows now that Benjamin did not vote for him, he must be wondering who the hell did.
Estelle received 19 points, Bradley had 11 points and George was on six points and one will be eliminated.
Understandably Estelle was upset as she must feel disliked in the house, also Bradley must be wondering what he has done to be constantly nominated.
The intruder comes in to the house tonight but we will have to wait see it on our screens tomorrow night. If you think the new housemate will add some diversity in the house think again.