This a smart move by Big Bro: your most interesting housemate is voted out so you put them in the control booth.
No doubt this twist was planned ahead but they were waiting to deploy it when a suitable person was evicted. Other contenders could have been Kieran and Garth.
Will Ange have a chance to re-enter the house it is it just a few days of fun? She is great TV. I would love to see her go back in carrying a sackful of tea.
Big Brother airs on Seven Sun, Mon, Tues. Note the Sunday night show is on at different times, depending on your state, due to the AFL.
Daisy’s recap: RevAngela
Last week Kieran was an evil termite, white anting his way through the housemates. His not-so cunning plan targeting Dee, (not important enough to recall her name) worked, but back-fired. Now everyone knows what a dishonest sneak he is. And what a tiny victory; getting rid of someone who was no threat.
Nasty Tahlia has gone. Marissa dodged a bullet, but scared everyone with her raging bull scary eye.
We haven’t had time to observe much of the housemates’ conversations and behaviour because this is the new fast forward Big Brother, and because rising above the housemate flotsam and jetsam is Angie.
She played the tongue-in-cheek diva who challenged Big Brother for ownership of the house. I usually hate when producers save a reality TV contestant, but in Angie’s case I was glad.
After being evicted by the housemates, Angela has been moved into 4-star (the budget couldn’t stretch to 5) accommodation, where she will be allowed to spy on the housemates, pull their strings, yank their chains and locate their Achilles heels.
As much as I am enjoying watching her, it has very quickly become the Angie show. I hope we get to see more of the other contestants, too.