Lurker here with preemted BB...

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Lurker here with preemted BB...
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Tue, 08-03-2004 - 9:14pm
In the New York area BB will not be on because of Yankees game. Can I get this on TIVO still and how? TIA
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Tue, 08-03-2004 - 11:24pm

AARRRGHH! You just brought back a disturbing memory..LOL. 2 years ago, (BB3, Chiarra, Amy, Roddy, Lisa, Eric, Marcellas, Ect.) in AUGUST,

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Wed, 08-04-2004 - 12:31am
You can download the episode onto your computer with bit torrents.

If you look for the bar b q big brother site on google you'll find a link to the torrents to download it.

I never know how much information about other sites I'm allowed to give on here.

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Wed, 08-04-2004 - 4:47pm
Here in Seattle they showed BB at 11:35 one night because of parade coverage. Always check your listsings to see if maybe they'll show it late at night. But here is an excellent recap of what happened:

On Saturday’s episode, we saw Diane finish the HOH competition and beat out Jase – then turn around and nominate him against his cohort, Scott. And audiences around the U.S. cheered wildly! This was the nomination we’ve been waiting to see pretty much since the Four Horse’s Asses got into the house! Now we know that a Horse’s Ass is going home this week. Well, okay, we’ve still got Veto to worry about, but even if one of them wins it, Diane will just put up another to assure victory and cut them down to three. Today we get to see who wins Veto and if anybody uses it. So let’s see what happens.

First, we go back to the misty black and white of memories from long ago. Well, three days ago. And poof, just like in The Wizard of Oz, suddenly, it’s all in color. We must be up to the present. Well, the present in Big Brother TV time, anyway.

Jase tells us that he got nominated because he’s been playing the game kamikaze style and is a big threat. But he reminds us that he’s not out the door. Marvin thinks he might be, though, because he tells us that Diane has a vendetta against Jase so him being nominated was a given. Diane tells us that somebody had to have the guts to do what she did. Amen!

Diane pulls Scott into the HOH room and tells him that she wants to stay, but she had to nominate him for Veto reasons (in other words, so Scott can’t win Veto and take Jase off the block). Scott tells us that Diane has a big mouth and isn’t too bright, but at least she knows enough to put up the two strongest players. Oh give me a break. Diane tells Scott that he won’t be leaving this week. She adds to us that the only way Jase won’t be leaving is if he wins the Veto competition. Did I just hear the sound of a distant thunderclap of foreshadowing? Nah. Couldn’t be.

Scott, of course, runs in to tell the other Horse’s Asses what Diane said, and talks about how he encouraged her to put up Marvin if one of them gets Vetoed. Then, they have three Horse’s Ass votes and need one more. Michael suggests “Adria” – last week, they saved her, and they can call in that marker now.

Now it’s time for a chat with Diane, Nokomis, and Will. Diane fills them in on her discussion with Scott and how Scott claims Marvin is the smartest player in the game. Nokomis points out that if this is true, why did they put “Adria” up last week? Hmmm. Will thinks that Jase is going to turn into a sweetheart in order to try to stick around, and all agree that Jase must go.

Now it’s time for the sex portion of the show as we see slow shots of a shirtless Drew in the backyard. Will and Diane watch in awe from the hammock, and Diane tells us that she doesn’t know who has the bigger crush on Drew. From what Will says, I��m thinking it’s him.

Seeking to capitalize on the fact that Drew is a sex symbol, Scott tells him the plan. If Scott wins Veto, he will prove himself as stupid as Marcellas and take Jase off rather than himself. But if Jase wins, he’ll take himself off. Um. Yeah. Sounds like a win-win situation… for Jase! Anyway, Scott wants Drew to convince Diane to put up Marvin in such a situation. He is absolutely certain that in a contest between him and Marvin, he will easily win. Indeed, he tells us that every day, the people in the house tell him how cool he is. Oh. My. God. What color is the sky in his world?

But Marvin, he’s a jokester. We are told this by Drew and then see several scenes of him making people laugh. Will thinks he’s hysterical. Karen agrees. Marvin says it’s not part of a strategy, it’s just who he is.

And then there’s Michael, who misses his fiancé and her son. He says if he had to pick one of them to visit, he’d pick the little boy and everybody there would fall in love with him. It really is a touching moment. And then it’s gone because they have ceramic pigs to paint!

Karen is, um, extremely excited for arts and crafts. Extremely. But hey, if I were locking a house, I’d probably be excited for, well, just about anything. They all go to work. Will wants his slutty pig to date Drew’s well-dressed pig. Nokomis says everybody’s personality came out in the pigs – including Scott’s scary pig that is giving her nightmares. In the end, Karen is very pleased with the way her pig came out, but notes there is always a twist and she will probably have to break his head open with a grenade. Maybe, maybe not. Maybe she can sell it on eBay.

That evening, Drew and Diane cuddle. But Drew has ulterior motives – trying to get Diane to put up Marvin if Jase gets Vetoed. Naughty Drew!

Now it’s time for hot tub follies. Will gets in and starts whispering sweet nothings at Michael while Diane, “Adria”, and Nokomis look on and laugh. Well, that was… dull.

First, we go back to the misty black and white of memories from long ago. Well, three days ago. And poof, just like in The Wizard of Oz, suddenly, it’s all in color. We must be up to the present. Well, the present in Big Brother TV time, anyway.

Jase tells us that he got nominated because he’s been playing the game kamikaze style and is a big threat. But he reminds us that he’s not out the door. Marvin thinks he might be, though, because he tells us that Diane has a vendetta against Jase so him being nominated was a given. Diane tells us that somebody had to have the guts to do what she did. Amen!

Diane pulls Scott into the HOH room and tells him that she wants to stay, but she had to nominate him for Veto reasons (in other words, so Scott can’t win Veto and take Jase off the block). Scott tells us that Diane has a big mouth and isn’t too bright, but at least she knows enough to put up the two strongest players. Oh give me a break. Diane tells Scott that he won’t be leaving this week. She adds to us that the only way Jase won’t be leaving is if he wins the Veto competition. Did I just hear the sound of a distant thunderclap of foreshadowing? Nah. Couldn’t be.

Scott, of course, runs in to tell the other Horse’s Asses what Diane said, and talks about how he encouraged her to put up Marvin if one of them gets Vetoed. Then, they have three Horse’s Ass votes and need one more. Michael suggests “Adria” – last week, they saved her, and they can call in that marker now.

Now it’s time for a chat with Diane, Nokomis, and Will. Diane fills them in on her discussion with Scott and how Scott claims Marvin is the smartest player in the game. Nokomis points out that if this is true, why did they put “Adria” up last week? Hmmm. Will thinks that Jase is going to turn into a sweetheart in order to try to stick around, and all agree that Jase must go.

Now it’s time for the sex portion of the show as we see slow shots of a shirtless Drew in the backyard. Will and Diane watch in awe from the hammock, and Diane tells us that she doesn’t know who has the bigger crush on Drew. From what Will says, I’m thinking it’s him.

Seeking to capitalize on the fact that Drew is a sex symbol, Scott tells him the plan. If Scott wins Veto, he will prove himself as stupid as Marcellas and take Jase off rather than himself. But if Jase wins, he’ll take himself off. Um. Yeah. Sounds like a win-win situation… for Jase! Anyway, Scott wants Drew to convince Diane to put up Marvin in such a situation. He is absolutely certain that in a contest between him and Marvin, he will easily win. Indeed, he tells us that every day, the people in the house tell him how cool he is. Oh. My. God. What color is the sky in his world?

But Marvin, he’s a jokester. We are told this by Drew and then see several scenes of him making people laugh. Will thinks he’s hysterical. Karen agrees. Marvin says it’s not part of a strategy, it’s just who he is.

And then there’s Michael, who misses his fiancé and her son. He says if he had to pick one of them to visit, he’d pick the little boy and everybody there would fall in love with him. It really is a touching moment. And then it’s gone because they have ceramic pigs to paint!

Karen is, um, extremely excited for arts and crafts. Extremely. But hey, if I were locking a house, I’d probably be excited for, well, just about anything. They all go to work. Will wants his slutty pig to date Drew’s well-dressed pig. Nokomis says everybody’s personality came out in the pigs – including Scott’s scary pig that is giving her nightmares. In the end, Karen is very pleased with the way her pig came out, but notes there is always a twist and she will probably have to break his head open with a grenade. Maybe, maybe not. Maybe she can sell it on eBay.

That evening, Drew and Diane cuddle. But Drew has ulterior motives – trying to get Diane to put up Marvin if Jase gets Vetoed. Naughty Drew!

Now it’s time for hot tub follies. Will gets in and starts whispering sweet nothings at Michael while Diane, “Adria”, and Nokomis look on and laugh. Well, that was… dull.

First, we go back to the misty black and white of memories from long ago. Well, three days ago. And poof, just like in The Wizard of Oz, suddenly, it’s all in color. We must be up to the present. Well, the present in Big Brother TV time, anyway.

Jase tells us that he got nominated because he’s been playing the game kamikaze style and is a big threat. But he reminds us that he’s not out the door. Marvin thinks he might be, though, because he tells us that Diane has a vendetta against Jase so him being nominated was a given. Diane tells us that somebody had to have the guts to do what she did. Amen!

Diane pulls Scott into the HOH room and tells him that she wants to stay, but she had to nominate him for Veto reasons (in other words, so Scott can’t win Veto and take Jase off the block). Scott tells us that Diane has a big mouth and isn’t too bright, but at least she knows enough to put up the two strongest players. Oh give me a break. Diane tells Scott that he won’t be leaving this week. She adds to us that the only way Jase won’t be leaving is if he wins the Veto competition. Did I just hear the sound of a distant thunderclap of foreshadowing? Nah. Couldn’t be.

Scott, of course, runs in to tell the other Horse’s Asses what Diane said, and talks about how he encouraged her to put up Marvin if one of them gets Vetoed. Then, they have three Horse���s Ass votes and need one more. Michael suggests “Adria” – last week, they saved her, and they can call in that marker now.

Now it’s time for a chat with Diane, Nokomis, and Will. Diane fills them in on her discussion with Scott and how Scott claims Marvin is the smartest player in the game. Nokomis points out that if this is true, why did they put “Adria” up last week? Hmmm. Will thinks that Jase is going to turn into a sweetheart in order to try to stick around, and all agree that Jase must go.

Now it’s time for the sex portion of the show as we see slow shots of a shirtless Drew in the backyard. Will and Diane watch in awe from the hammock, and Diane tells us that she doesn’t know who has the bigger crush on Drew. From what Will says, I’m thinking it’s him.

Seeking to capitalize on the fact that Drew is a sex symbol, Scott tells him the plan. If Scott wins Veto, he will prove himself as stupid as Marcellas and take Jase off rather than himself. But if Jase wins, he’ll take himself off. Um. Yeah. Sounds like a win-win situation… for Jase! Anyway, Scott wants Drew to convince Diane to put up Marvin in such a situation. He is absolutely certain that in a contest between him and Marvin, he will easily win. Indeed, he tells us that every day, the people in the house tell him how cool he is. Oh. My. God. What color is the sky in his world?

But Marvin, he’s a jokester. We are told this by Drew and then see several scenes of him making people laugh. Will thinks he’s hysterical. Karen agrees. Marvin says it’s not part of a strategy, it’s just who he is.

And then there’s Michael, who misses his fiancé and her son. He says if he had to pick one of them to visit, he’d pick the little boy and everybody there would fall in love with him. It really is a touching moment. And then it’s gone because they have ceramic pigs to paint!

Karen is, um, extremely excited for arts and crafts. Extremely. But hey, if I were locking a house, I’d probably be excited for, well, just about anything. They all go to work. Will wants his slutty pig to date Drew’s well-dressed pig. Nokomis says everybody’s personality came out in the pigs – including Scott’s scary pig that is giving her nightmares. In the end, Karen is very pleased with the way her pig came out, but notes there is always a twist and she will probably have to break his head open with a grenade. Maybe, maybe not. Maybe she can sell it on eBay.

That evening, Drew and Diane cuddle. But Drew has ulterior motives – trying to get Diane to put up Marvin if Jase gets Vetoed. Naughty Drew!

Now it’s time for hot tub follies. Will gets in and starts whispering sweet nothings at Michael while Diane, “Adria”, and Nokomis look on and laugh. Well, that was… dull.

Wait, here’s something interesting – the Veto competition! Diane chooses Will to play with her, Scott picks Drew (“out of respect that he has for me” – ugh), and Jase picks Michael.

The audience is sent outside while the six players are split up into separate rooms. They are called out one by one and see their piggy banks – it’s the Big Brother Savings & Loan. They each get 13 coins that they must deposit into the pigs. They can put coins into any bank, including their own, but must split the coins into at least two pigs. The person at the end who has the most coins without going over 20 wins. Hmmm. Interesting game.

Will says they obviously don’t want Jase to win, so he puts 12 coins in Jase’s pig and one in his own, hoping that others will dump lots of coins into Jase’s as well. Scott is next and informs us that he loves himself sometimes. Sometimes? From what we’ve seen, it’s pretty much all the time (and I’m just talking about it in an emotional way, not the way he always has his hands down his pants). He figures that they need to get Diane out, so he loads up 12 coins for her and one for Will.

Jase has the same thought, and puts all but two of his into Diane’s, and two into Will’s. Drew splits up his coins into the Four Horse’s Asses, then loads four into Will’s. Michael puts two into Scott’s pig, two in Jase’s, two in Diane’s, one in Will’s, and four in Drew’s. Diane drops one coin in each to see how many are there, then loads four more into Michael’s in hopes that he’d win and be torn between Scott and Jase.

Then they had to smash their pigs with a hammer, which you just know Scott loves. He has six coins. Michael has nine. Diane has 27 and is out. Jase and Scott celebrate. Drew has seven coins. Jase has 18 coins. And Will has… 11. Jase wins! Diane at that point realizes that, whoops, she could have put 12 of her coins in Jase’s pig and he’d have been gone. Yes, you could have. No, you didn’t. A little late to think of that now.

Jase assures us that the only reason he would not use the Veto on himself is if he falls down doing victory laps, hits his head on the concrete, and goes insane. Aha, maybe that explains why Marcellas failed to use it on himself two years ago – too many blows to the head or insanity. Take your pick.

Jase tells Diane to enjoy her last week in the house (because apparently Jase thinks Veto has a new power that allows him to automatically win HOH next week). He also notes that Will tried to take him out, and Will hopes he hasn’t moved up to the top of the list.

Immediately, Scott, Jase, and Michael say they need to make sure Drew convinces Diane to put up Marvin. If she doesn’t, that means Marvin is with them. Um. Not really. But then they decide to go talk to her themselves and make her the offer they made Adria the previous week, but lie. Jase tells Diane that no matter what, next week they won’t put her up. Scott makes the same promise.

Later, Diane, Will, “Adria”, and Nokomis are in the HOH room wondering about the “painting” on the wall. They suspect it’s something else, but can’t figure out what. Nokomis suggests getting in the HOH robe, standing in front of the painting, and calling out, “Open sesame!” Heh. She tries but nothing happens. They search around a bit and eventually find instructions in a drawer to open the spy screen, which they watch. Karen walks in and about falls over when she sees it. They figure out that the Four Horse’s Asses plus Marvin must have known about it all this time and kept it secret. Karen says no way, they’re “too stupid” to have kept it secret. Ironically, Natalie tells us that for them to have kept that a secret for so long, she wants them gone.

Since Will was worried about Jase coming after him, he decides to try to spin the whole coin thing in his favor. He tells Jase that he put coins in and didn’t really hear anything, so he figured he’d keep putting them in to help Jase out. Jase appears to actually buy it. And, he tells us, he needs another person to believe that he has their back. They work out a plan to pit the guys against the girls but keep each other safe. Will claims that he tried and tried to get Diane to put up Marvin instead of Jase, but gosh darnit, it just didn’t work. Will tells us that he figures by giving Jase this line, he’s safe for at least another week. Jase tells us that even he doesn’t know if what he’s telling Will is true! Will similarly says that if the girls are in power, the alliance is false, but if Jase comes into power, he’ll keep playing him!

Now it’s time for the women to talk about what to do when Jase will certainly Veto himself. They talk back and forth for a while and decide that, you know, they really want Scott out. “Adria” points out that the Horse’s Asses wanted Marvin out the previous week but Drew wouldn’t do it. So if Diane does it now, she’s just doing their dirty work for them.

Speaking of dirty work, Marvin needs help shaving his head. Drew and Diane cut it into a pattern for him. How exciting.

Now it’s time for an Adria/Natalie switch. Natalie fills Adria in with all the details of recent days and remind each other that this is their last week of having to pull the wool over everybody’s eyes.

Jase and Scott come out dressed and made up as the characters from Dumb and Dumber. Well, if the shoe fits…

Jase opens the meeting and has Scott beg for the Veto as if it’s going to happen. Jase says to those who tried to get him out this week, “Two words: kiss my ass.” He uses the Veto on himself.

Diane says she therefore has to put up the next strongest player – Marvin. Marvin looks less than thrilled about this turn of events. He tells us that he doesn’t know if he’s up just for show or he’s going home. Scott is certain, however, that he is staying and Marvin is going. Hmmm.

Hopefully, on Thursday we’ll be saying goodbye to Scott. If we do, I can’t wait to see the look on his face! Then, we get to see the looks on everybody’s faces when the twin twist is revealed.


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Wed, 08-04-2004 - 6:16pm
WOW! That is QUITE a recap! Thanks so much for doing that!