OK I know I am late, but this will likely be the last post for the BBOTT season. I did not plan to watch BB after September (since a second season was unprecedented), but for the most part I have been interested in this season and have enjoyed keeping up with all of the action, even if I didn't post about it every day.
If you are a longtime BB fan, I don't need to tell you how ugly and nasty the fans have acted in the last few months. There has only been one season in recent memory where the person I originally picked to win ended up winning. In most other seasons, I end up shifting my allegiance to whoever was still in the house that I felt like I could still root for. And in at least one season, I walked away from the finale totally disappointed, with not much to cheer about. But in every BB season I have found something to talk about on this website, even if I am just focusing on the action in the kitchen.
And I have NEVER posted hateful things about ANY of the house guests. I have NEVER attacked the house guests, or their family or friends on Twitter. And I just don't understand the people who do, particularly all of the HATERS on certain websites.
LOOK: I'm probably older than you are, and I have had a full life, both work and personal. You are all going to have to deal with disappointments. You are going to lose out on jobs, and also promotions, and you probably won't feel like it is fair. You might even hate your boss, and his or her boss, too. You are going to lose loved ones, and will probably feel the sting of rejection in a hundred different ways . But it is HOW you deal with these events that defines you a a person. You can choose to have a POSITIVE impact on other people, or you can be a HATE-SPREADING wretch that other people will want to AVOID. The choice is up to you, but everyone faces karmic retribution at some point.
When you see the Jenga game or a deck of playing cards, you know that Production is winding things down, and that most of the action of the game is over. And that is the case with BBOTT, too. If you haven't been watching, I will try to bring you somewhat up to date.
* Shelby was evicted last week, leaving the Final Four of Jason, Kryssie, Justin and Morgan.
* Shelby had been practicing and practicing what she thought would be a SHOCKING eviction speech, that disclosed her law school status. But as often happens when you memorize speeches, she fumbled her words, but eventually got her message out. I'm not sure if she got the reaction she hoped for, but it did give everybody something to talk about after she left. (Kryssie told Morgan later that she heard Shelby's DR leak about taking the LSAT, but didn't discuss it per BB's instructions.)
* After Shelby left, Morgan came clean about Alex being her sister, and they all enjoyed a lively discussion about that. Jason wondered if Alex told Scott about it, and Morgan said that Scott had no idea that Alex and Morgan were sisters. If fact, Morgan told everyone what Scott said to Alex about Morgan being "too basic to win the game", and they all had a good laugh about that.
* The Final Four played their last HoH competition last Wednesday night. Julie told the house guests that the big, GAME CHANGING situation was that the HoH would be able to pick one other house guests to take to the Final Three. The remaining two house guests would battle it out in one final competition to decide who would be evicted in 4th place.
* Jason didn't just WIN that HoH competition, he ANNIHILATED it. Each house guest had a large playing board that looked to be at least two stories high. Their objective was to put all 12 HoH winners in order by rolling a ball into the appropriate spot from their place on the ground. They could not see the other contestants while the competition played out, but they could hear them huffing and puffing, and could hear balls dropping off the playing board. For some (stupid) reason, Morgan, Kryssie and Justin all started at the top, which required them to maneuver the ball to the highest spot, around a number of obstacles and potential pitfalls. But Jason's strategy was to start at the bottom, which seemed obvious to me. He was able to get the feel for moving the balls around by finishing all of the lower items first.
* When Jason won, I don't think either Justin or Morgan had even one ball in place, and Kryssie only had three. So it wasn't even close. It was a decisive win, and the other house guests were SHOCKED that Jason won so quickly. Kryssie can say that she "almost won" as much as she wants to, but there was no "almost" about it.
After a short time, Jason got access to his HoH room. He received several new pairs of underwear, and lots of root beer that apparently contained alcohol. And also a still-warm bucket of chicken wings, which are one of Jason's passions. He invited everyone to enjoy the wings with him, and Kryssie and Justin both took him up on the offer. I think Morgan had gone downstairs at this point--not sure if she's a wing girl, anyway.