Paul can't believe Cody didn't put him on the block.
Megan is upset because she has been personally attacked twice. That's fair. She has. All in the game though Megs.
Josh calms down a paranoid Jillian. That's a much difference Josh than the guy we saw last week.
The entire house is flirting with eachother. Mark and Elena (Marlena). Cody and Jessica (Jody). Matt and Raven (Maven). The three alpha bros, who are in an alliance together, have all fallen for girls. That makes sense.
Josh tries to tell the group how much he misses is parents and Mark shuts him down by saying. Oh you miss your parents? Well mine are dead! That's not really fair Mark, just because you suffered a tragedy doesn't mean Josh can't miss his folks.
They bring in the slop and Old Man Kevin stands in the background looking around thinking "what's this now?" because he has no idea where he is or what game he's playing.
Cody gets to choose who the Have Nots are. Instead he lets people volunteer and all the people that knew they would get picked anyway raise their hand. The house is divided in a very obvious way right now.
The Have Not room has spiked beds. Absolutely ruthless.
They can take the chance to get out of being a Have Not but the risk is if they do so they can become a Have Not for double the time.
Okay! We've got our first he said/she said situation brewing. Jessica called Alex, 'Pao Pao' because she is similar to Pao Pao, a prior house guest. Megan told Alex she called her Panda and it was racist. Did Megan mishear Jessica or is she starting shit? My opinion, both. She may have misheard Jessica and thought she said Panda but as soon as she told Alex what was said Alex said, oh I don't care and Megan forced her to care.
Megan cracked. Gone. We won't remember her in four weeks.
Cody now gets to nominate a third person. Wow Megan really let him win big.
Paul takes the temptation to not be a Have Not anymore and wins. A bit of a dance party breaks out.
A twist pops up called the Den of Temptation and Alex is INTO IT.
The Den of Temptation gives the fans a chance to tempt one house guest. I don't know. I hate all the twists.
America chose to temp Paul? Come on America, live a little. Spice things up. That's so lame.
Paul gets three weeks of safety but as a result one house guest has three weeks of being on the block. That SUCKS for that person.
Kevin and Jason are bonding over being married. Kevin is shocked that people will have sex in the big brother house. He declares that "he aint fucking nobody".
Alex gets nominated. Maybe she should have lied to Cody when he asked her who she would put on the block. Just a little lie to save you for the day.
That's really bad casting by Big Brother to have Megan quit in the first week. No one wants to see competitors quit after the first sign of adversity. Also, she was a super fan right? She knew exactly what she was getting into. You can't bring that many feelings into a game show. I know it's easy for me to sit here and say that but it's pretty frustrating to have someone just walk away. I want the house filled with strong people who are all competitive and cut throat.
Showmances suck. These three started far too early and are far too convenient. One of them, if not all, is about to blow up and blow up hard.
Interested to find out who's going to get the wrath of Paul taking the Temptation. Three weeks on the block is going to break someone down hard.
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