Big Brother Episode 9: Intimidation, Thy Name Is Amanda
Part Three: Keeping Up With The Jones’
Amanda tells Kaitlin that she will go home if she stays on the block. This is somehow a shock to Kaitlin, who believes that Aaryn’s annoying personality trumps having a showmance.
Judd wears the bear shirt to host the POV. This is important information.
The POV competition is pretty cool. It combines ridiculous houseguest-famous art hybrids, a trampoline, and memory. Also, it’s a new competition from what we’ve seen in past seasons.
Aaryn blames her inability to complete the competition on the fact that she hates everybody else. Yes, it’s the fault of everyone else.
The picture of Nick distracts Gina Marie. “By the grace of God and Nick, I did well in this veto competition.” This bitch is crazy.
Spencer makes a Keeping Up With The Kardashians joke. He also ensures his safety for a few weeks by doing terribly in the competition.
Candice does better than Aaryn by over a minute. I hope that stings. Kaitlin beats Candice by almost two minutes, winning the prize.
Part Four: To Use Or Not To Use
Jeremy wants to turn on the “Cherokee charm” to get people to do what he wants to do. It’s the same charm that got half the house to hate his guts.
Kaitlin is confident she can get Howard on the block. Before she can even say anything, Helen starts crying. Stop crying. Geez.
Helen brings up that one time that Jeremy whined about the wine, as if he came up to her and said “talk about the wine again and I’ll kill you.” No, he had a hissy fit. Stop taking everything so personally.
Kaitlin gives up trying to convince Helen in two seconds.
Kaitlin: “Why do you have to be so cocky?”
Jeremy: “I’m so badass. I can’t help it. A champ is a champion. I don’t lose, it’s not in my blood.”
Goodbye forever, Jeremy.
Kaitlin considers for a moment not using the veto because she is dumb as hell.
Candice’s collection of huge earrings is so cute.
Kaitlin ultimately uses the veto because whatever drug she was on wore off.
Helen is wearing the bear shirt while at the veto ceremony.
Long live the bear shirt.