In today’s installment of “GinaMarie says the most terrible things” inside of the “Big Brother” house, she apparently hates the voting public and thinks that we’re idiots. Why? She’s not happy eating mung beans.
In what was almost a given from the moment that it was announced as a serious option for people watching at home, “mung beans and mackerel” was of course what America decided … mostly because a good percentage of voters have no idea what mung beans are, and in theory, they sound pretty disgusting. GinaMarie’s upset that not only is she a Have-Not for the week, but that she has to deal with food she doesn’t like, and sleep in a bed that did not belong to her and Nick.
This could also turn out to be a very bad week for GinaMarie for an entirely different reason: Andy’s plotting to make her the replacement nominee and likely target in the event that Jessie wins the Power of Veto, and takes herself on the block. Doesn’t anyone else think that it’s time for the Zingbot to come back into the game? There are so many great things that the Zingbot could say, though we don’t know how far the robot is going to go with the insults. Given that he did mock Danielle for looking like a Shane stalker, anything is possible.
There was something interesting that happened last night, but since we forgot to mention it earlier, it’s worth pointing out now: While Aaryn has received letters in her Head of Household baskets, she has yet to receive one from her mother, claiming that she won’t sign the release. This should be a clue to her that there is a reason why they don’t want to be affiliated with this show, but she hasn’t figured it out yet. (Our guess? Aaryn’s parents don’t want to write a BS letter that cannot contain how they really feel.)
If you want to read about who else is joining GinaMarie as a Have-Not, along with some other strategy from earlier in the day, be sure to visit the link here.