'Big Brother 10' Try harder
I really don't envy the editors of Big Brother 10. With most groups of people, you would figure that in the average 24 hour day, you would get at least 20 to 30 minutes of interesting footage. Given a few days, you should have enough to adequately fill the average hour-long episode time slot. Yet, with this particular group, I get the feeling that they are really ... really struggling.
But before we get to our own struggles, let's review! Keesha is the HoH, and she called out Libra as targeting her but then made the near nonsensical choice of putting up Angie (because she was aligned with Brian early on but escaped the fall out form his departure unscathed and Keesha felt like she was targeting her) and Jessie (he evicted Steven...along with the unanimous vote). While Angie may talk in the third person form time to time, and that is mildly unsettling in a vague, Narcissistic Personality Disorder sort of way, she has not targeted anyone. And if you were dumb enough to let Jessie accomplish one of her goals - shame on you.
As Ollie, Libra, April, Renny and Keesha discuss the nominations upstairs, Jerry and Dan discuss the HGs in the back yard. In the course of the conversation, Jerry says Memphis is the strongest competitor because he's so well liked. He could stop there and be golden, but he keeps going, adding that Memphis is living a "free lifestyle" when he should have a career at his age, but instead he's a womanizing bartender. First of all, that seems like stereotyping, and if Memphis is to be believed, he is head over heels in love with her girlfriend. Secondly, he's a "mixologist", remember?
Read the rest of this recap over at It Happened Last Night!