The camera panned Mike Boogie and I knew I’d seen that expression before–the eyes reduced to tiny dots of surprise, the mouth a cute little “oh” circle. Mike Boogie was transformed to Mr. Bill! Ooooooh noooooo! The cost of a TV – $600, electricty for an hour – mere pennies, the look on Boogie’s face- PRICELESS!
Yes, my friends, the girls got talking, compared notes and finally got a clue that they both were being fed the same crappy lines and the same deal in sloppy romance. Revenge is theirs. Dr. Will is already gone, and Mike Boogie’s prospects look slim, very slim, indeed. I predict he will be a bitter opponent to the end, fluctuating between crybaby giving up and drastic attempts to save his own skin. Should be fun to watch. Kudos to Erika for getting a grip on the situation and taking charge. Dr. Will left as the class act he always is–Kudos to him for playing his usual fascinating game in the spirit of hefty competition and proper cunning and fun.
Speaking of class acts, NOT! What happened to Howie? This season he is the bully of the block, making the safe house a living hell. He’s Ralph and Marcellus is Alice and all you can hear in the place is, “to the moon, Alice” and “Shuuuut uuup..” What a ghastly place to have to stay. Now Howie is lashing out at others, too. Why is he acting like he has PMS? He is truly a disappointment and a poor, poor loser.
I’m an avid student of human nature, and this BB season has been a fascinating study. The next couple episodes should be fun as this most remarkable season of Big Brother comes to a close.
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