Having been "lucky" enough to have seen this several times and heard the after convos, trust me...
She is very aware that they are seen and very aware of exactly where on YouTube and the Internet it will be....
See what y'all miss by not signing up to Update the early morning hours??
Yuk, April really turned out to be a nasty piece of work, running on the paranoia of desperation; that thin pale skin of hers exposes the veins at her temples, the glistening sparks of hatred shot from her narrowed eyes, the sharp tones of invective in her voice.
Flee, Ollie, flee! You can see it, can't you? I think so. I think Ollie realizes she's a psycho-bitch and anything he could do to try to disentangle himself at this point would only land him in worse trouble, so he's just riding it out until the show is over.
She did such an immediate turn.
Michelle is this season's G-Nat; she's going to go after those people who put out "her Matty," devil take the hindmost.
Poor Dan. I suppose if he can weather the storm of having participated in putting muscle-boy out, others may come to appreciate his having done that.
At least ithe show's a little more lively or interesting; not much, a little. Neither of those words work either.
I am really sick of Big Brother coming on and saying "Stop that singing." Boooooring. If I were there, I'd be singing Swing Low Sweet Chariot, America the Beautiful, the National Anthem, nursery rhymes, school songs and rugby songs and just shout back, "Public Domain! Can it, you paper shuffler!" I wouldn't be there though; I wouldn't be able to stand the sensory deprivation of no books even, no paper and pencils, no camera of mine to use -- the lack of creative tools and the lack of tools for growth (books) and discussion.
This crew did do a tremendous job initially in creating a variety night, charades, counting buzz games -- campfire and party games from memory -- and the retelling of film classics to each other. Fahrenheit 411 would be a good model* for the kind of Big Brother (1984) it has become mired in over the last ten years -- fewer and fewer intellectual stimuli and, as a result, more and more people who can live without intellectual stimuli.
* people becoming living books -- each memorizing a book to retell word for word as the government seizes and burns books, back to the oral tradition of literature. Forbidding them song is beyond the pale.
Wouldn't it be fun to have people in there given enough time to prepare for the house by memorizing several novels, refreshing them in their minds before coming in to the house so that they can tell a detailed story to the others and discuss the meaning?
The Bible is a good resource -- thank God for the Gideons, eh?
Would Paul McCartney charge CBS royalties for a housemate's singing "Rocky Raccoon checked into his room, only to find Gideon's Bible . . . ." and pulling up the rest of the houseguests' contriobutions until they had a full sone.
Really tired of "Stop that!"and "Stop singing!"' and worst, perhaps, "Houseguests are not allowed to discuss production." What do the producers think people watch Showtime after dark for? It's to learn about the behind-the-scenes workings of the BB house, not just the houseguests bickering, eating, yawning, and changing clothes behind towels. Egad!
Well, that's about all I have saved up for today!
Now, should I think about being an updater . . . with two weeks' free feeds?
Forgot to watch CBS morning to see what the surprise reveal to Jessie was: probably that Dan is America's player. I hope so, to relieve him of carrying hostile feelings toward Dan around with him unnecessarily. He might think it's necessary, though, because Dan's "taking money" to play the other guests, so he still can't be counted on.