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Don’t Count Your Chickens – Big Brother 7: All Stars, Episode 8

Just when the boxing gloves are about to come out, George announces the beginning of the veto ceremony. Chicken George, following formality, invites Will to make his plea as to why George should veto his nomination. Will makes a bit of a different speech however, “This is truly an All-Star season because I am astonished by your gameplay here. Now a lot of you have come up to me and you’ve said, ‘Will you don’t really seem like you’re into it. You don’t really seem like you want to play.’ And you said, ‘Why? What was the reason for that?’ And I said to myself, I don’t know. I don’t know why I can’t be—I don’t understand it. So I had a heart-to-heart with myself,” Oh what. Ev. Er. “And I said, ‘Will, what is the reason? Why are you having such a hard time playing?’ And this is the truth. Season Two, the season that I won, there was a lot of people I hated, and it was easy for me to motivate and find individuals that I disliked, and it gave me power. It gave me a reason to want to play; it gave me a reason to want to fight. It gave me a reason to want to remove people from the game. Then I thought, so why haven’t I had that motivation? And I thought it was because I really liked everyone here. But then I realized it was the opposite of that. I can’t find an individual to hate, cuz I hate you ALL.” The houseguests giggle. “There’s no one I hate more than anyone else. This is what I’m going to do. I’m going to ask to be removed from this game by you all. Now, if you refuse to kick me out, I will be throwing every competition; I will throw every HoH. I will throw every PoV, and I will throw every food competition. George is on slop, and I will do the best I can to ensure that we ALL are on slop unless you get together, have a big group meeting, and vote me out. So Chicken George, please don’t use the Power of Veto on me. I want this nomination to stay in place. I encourage you to use it yourself. You know why? Five wickedest, freakiest Big Brother players, and you whooped their ass! Don’t use it. Vote me out.”

George takes a slightly different approach. “I am honored to be here with all of you, and I thought that was one of the most greatest things when I got chosen to be. Okay? And I want to play the game. Um, for a man in my time in my life, to be here, to do this, with each one of you, I don’t know what to say. Even you, Doc.” He turns to Will. “You’re a good guy. And I want to play the game with every thing that I’ve got, with every heart and soul and every thing that I’ve got to play the game. Cuz you know what, we’ve been given a second chance! Do you, do you realize that? We have a second chance to repeat what we did one time over. How many people get that chance in their lives to do something like that? Think about it that way. And when I got chosen, I go… I’m gonna play. And no matter how this game all ends up, I’m just honored to be with each and every one of you. Cuz you guys are All-Stars. You are all stars at something in life. You guys, I talk from my heart. And when I said that, I meant it. I’m pleased to be here. And honored.” Aww… most of the houseguests are smiling, Marcellas looks like he’s about to let out a few sentimental tears, and Janelle… well, Janelle just looks blank. As usual.

George informs the houseguests that he is using the Power of Veto on himself. James promptly and expectedly replaces George’s nomination with Jase’s. “Never ever would I have thought that winning the PoV would cause this much controversy,” says George. I have to admit, I always knew that George’s neutrality would play a significant role in this game, but this was huge. Will boasts, “I have made the target on myself so giant, that it’s become invisible.” I think it was invisible to begin with, Doctor. While everyone calls him the “evil” doctor and the “greatest player,” I think it’s all in jest. The reason no one sees him as a real significant threat, aiming their guns at people like Nakomis, George, and Jase, is because no one takes him seriously. “Jase shot himself in one foot, and Boogie and Will shot him in the other,” James defends his nominations. I still don’t fully understand why James is going after the more fully developed alliances rather than Jase… Jase just doesn’t feel like that huge of a threat to me. I’m not sure why, but I just don’t get the vibe that he’s the one they have to be worried about. Jase has not given up hope yet though. He’s sure that he’ll “come up with something.” I actually would like to see Jase stick around. I think Will is overrated, and while I’ve said that Jase is not a primary threat, I think he will make the game more interesting than Will and his ego would.

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