So, we thought GinaMarie would become a profanity-spewing rage monster in the wake of Nick’s ouster, but instead she has melted to a gooey puddle of desperation and tears.
She is bawling her eyes out and saying things like:
I haven’t felt like that for two years … two years, two whole years. I’m 32 years old …
OH. MY. GOD, lady. Pull it together! She’s crying like she’s a childless 48-year-old woman whose last chance at sweeping the cobwebs from her aging womb was just killed.
He was getting closer to me day by day, I could tell. He hugged me a little bit more and he touched my hand a little bit more. If I would’ve had like two more weeks with him …
Um, are you trying to gain the trust of a skittish feline in the neighborhood?
Why, Judd? Why? Why did you vote for him? It’s my heart, it’s broken so much.
Whyyyyyyy, Judd? Whyyyyyyyyy *wahhhhh* This is too much.
Meanwhile, Jeremy totally has his head in the game. While GinaMarie cries and cries and Kaitlin and Aaryn whine and sulk about how they don’t want to be in the game anymore and Candice is “trash” and the other side of the house is “cowards,” Jeremy has rallied.
First, he went to Helen and offered her some congratulations that weren’t actually too fake sounding. Secondly, he has gone to his alliance members (namely, Aaryn and Kaitlin) to tell them to stop moping around and get back in the game.
The only thing they can do is try to get back in the good graces of the other side of the house and he’s the only one who understands that. Aaryn and Kaitlin would rather complain and complain about how hard it is to be them right now. It’s so funny how this happens with some people when they fall from power.
Watch the live feeds to keep up on all the action and see who Helen nominates tomorrow.