BACK AND FORTH FOR THE LITTLE KIDDIES…On the season opener, Jerry, as HOH, was faced with determining who would face the first eviction from the house. Led on by Brian, who has decided to be the in-house snake, Jerry placed Jesse and Renny up for eviction based on the friction between the two. His reason was he wanted to nip it in the bud, but we all know he was listening to Brian dictate his decision. Brian admits during an interview that he’s exploiting Jerry’s trust in him.
Downstairs, Renny is still trying to find out why Jesse is such a big baby. She feels things were blown out of proportion. Jesse feels it’s Renny’s fault that he’s up for eviction, and whines like a baby to Jerry that Renny still hasn’t apologized to him for waking him up the first night in the house, which is a flat out lie. As we know, via the cameras and mics, Renny did apologize and he responded by telling her he wasn’t looking for an apology, he just wanted her to shut up so he could sleep. Renny says that Jesse is a “punk boy” (which he is…). Too bad they can’t ask the editors to rewind during the game. Jesse’s behind would be caught in that lie. While Jesse is still upstairs trying to make Jerry feel sorry for him, Michelle enters the room to see if Jerry is alright. (Did something happen to Jerry we don’t know about? Why wouldn’t he be alright?) He hugs her and thanks her for her concern, but then relates the story of Solomon to them, which neither of them get. No baby splitting in the Big Brother house. Or telling the truth. Back downstairs in the kitchen, Renny is still going on and on about the whole Jesse being a baby thing. It’s annoying, but not as annoying as Jesse whining and feeling on himself (his chest) even though he doesn’t want his muscles to intimidate anyone. Be nice if TWO people could be evicted…
MUTINY? …Brian has already deemed himself the devil in this game. He interviews that things aren’t going his way yet, but they are certainly headed in the right direction. He, Ollie and Jesse raise their glasses to toast Renny’s probable eviction.
Elsewhere, Jerry prepares food and drink for the players to join him in his room for a party. Why they need to party in his room, I’m not sure, but Renny asks him to go ahead and open up a bottle of wine so she can get her drink on early. He complies. At the get-together, Renny sits off to herself in thought. Finally, she poops the party by asking Jesse why he is still so salty about the whole incident. She says she apologizes, but he responds that she is a day and a half late for that. She makes a point of telling everyone he’s lying about that before she leaves the room, glass in hand of course. I may not be a Renny fan, but I hate lying. I hope no one in the house fell for Jesse’s lie.
Brian proposes to Ollie and Michelle a hypothetical situation: Jerry is HOH. Renny is hotheaded and will surely self-destruct before she can win anything or become a threat. What if they take Jesse out now since he has a shot at winning? They both agree, to his face of course, that Jesse should be voted out. Brian approaches everyone in the house trying to get them on board to vote Jesse out of the house. Memphis doesn’t give him the answer he wants, and thus becomes a target. You don’t mess with the devil…Ollie is sitting around talking with the ladies about getting Jesse out, when Brian appears and tells them he’ll make it happen and keep them all safe. When Brian leaves the room, Libra immediately voices her opinion of Brian, especially his controlling nature and feeling of being in charge. She doesn’t trust him, and she’s beginning to doubt Ollie also since the two are so close.