Tuesday, July 15, 2008

7/15 Show Recap

Who will win PoV? Will it be used to save either Jessie or Renny from eviction? Let's find out!

Brian was pleased with Jerry since he honored his deal. Jerry is glad that he could use HoH to align with Brian until the end. Renny was surprised that her incident caused her to be nominated. Jessie blamed Renny for his nomination. Renny called Jessie a "punk," someone who doesn't know anything. Jerry tried to explain the Bible story of King Solomon to show the situation in the house, which really confused Jessie. Brian is very pleased with how the game is moving thus far. Renny apologized to Jessie for waking him up the other night. Jessie was annoyed that it took her a day and a half to so, but Renny fired back by saying that she apologized the night that it happened. She called him a liar for doing so. Brian thinks that Renny will self-destruct, causing her eviction at any time. Therefore, he is thinking about evicting Jessie instead and proposed his idea to some of the HG. Angie thinks that Brian is intimidating. Memphis wasn't too receptive to Brian's idea, and Brian noticed that.

April thinks Ollie is very good-looking and could see herself dating him. Ollie feels the same about April. Time to pick PoV players! Memphis, Michelle, and April were the other three chosen. Angie was selected to host. Jerry wanted to win to keep his nominations as is. Renny feels alone in the house and needs to win in order to stay. Jessie wanted to win in order to prove himself. The competition took place at night on a ginat bed. HouseGuests had to search the bed and its pillows for five bears that matched the color of their outfit. However, they had to cross a honey bridge in order to get to and from the bed, which proved to delay everyone severely. Renny got off to a slow start. Memphis was the first on the board, with Jerry close behind. Michelle thinks of herself as a tough competitor and started to catch up to the others. Brian thinks that Memphis is the toughest competitor in the house. Jessie caught up fast though and won the PoV! Jerry was worried about nominating someone else from eviction. Brian thinks that he can convince Jerry to nominate someone else beneficial to him.

Brian and Dan agree that Memphis showed how competitive he was, so he needs to be evicted this week. Brian told this to Jerry. Jerry was nervous about nominating him because he thinks that Renny will be evicted. Brian and Ollie assured April, Keesha, and Libra that they would be safe this week. The women were suspicious about Brian and Ollie being so controlling with them. They think that Brian, Dan, and Ollie are aligned. April is surprised by that because she figured that Ollie would inform her of that. Libra told April not to trust Ollie because his alliance will pick them off once they get rid of Jessie and Memphis. April and Libra confronted Ollie about it. Ollie was shocked that April wasn't trusting him. April and Libra think that Brian is trying to turn Ollie against them. Ollie agrees and wants Brian out now.

Ollie told Memphis that Brian and Jerry have an alliance and are trying to backdoor him. Memphis told this to Jessie. Keesha, Libra, and Ollie agreed to inform the house about Brian and to convince Jerry to backdoor him. The house informed Jerry that Brian has been aligning with everyone. They promised him safety next week if he backdoored Brian. Jerry was sure if he could believe them though.

Time for the PoV ceremony! Jessie thinks that alliances will start to be exposed after the ceremony. Jerry doesn't want to nominate Brian because of his experience in the service. Brian hopes that Jerry honors his agreement to nominate Memphis. Jessie decided to save himself with the PoV. In his place, Jerry nominated Brian. Dan was shocked. Ollie felt bad about lying but knows that he had to do so to stay in the game. Libra knew that Brian was a snake, so she is pleased with how the week will end. Brian knows that he got played, but he isn't giving up yet.

Who will be evicted? Who will win HoH? Find out tomorrow!

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