In the Big Brother house, there are two major alliances: the players of Season Six (Kaysar, Janelle, James, and Howie) and “Chilltown” (Will, Mike, and possibly Jase).
Seeing as one of the alliances has a past winner known for his ability to lie his way through the game, you’d think Kaysar would target that alliance by nominating them and ensuring his team’s survival. After all, Kaysar leads Will in getting evicted from the Big Brother house 2-0. The choice would be obvious.
But no, Kaysar instead makes a deal with “Chilltown” (I’d like to point out that that name was created by the 35 year old Mike “Boogie”), promising that his group won’t go after them if they agree to take out “floaters.” The floaters in question: Diane and Nakomis whose only crime was voting to evict Danielle when everyone else voted for Allison.
Kaysar’s reasoning for this is that it will reveal where certain allegiances lay and it will cause drama in the house. This may all be true but I think it’s part of some elaborate plan that may have so many conditions attached to it that it could easily fall apart. He may not actually be in league with Will and Mike but may be letting them think that he is for some untold reasons. I think given that he has been evicted twice, you’d think he’d wise up and take out a strong target when the opportunity presents itself and not try all these machinations to show what a brilliant strategist he is. It could all end well but I fear for my Nakomis.
Meanwhile, Dr. Will believes most people “need” botox injections to make them look younger. Obviously he is of the opinion that there is nothing more sinful than allowing yourself to go naturally grey, wrinkled, and, heaven forbid, fat. Kaysar agrues that too much botox inhibits your ability to have facial expressions. Will counters that one does not need that many facial expressions anyway. This was much in evidence during the nomination ceremony when Will had to struggle to create expressions of surprise when he learned he wasn’t nominated. Kaysar also talked about women feeling they need to insert sacks of saline in their chests to feel attractive, just as the camera cut to Janelle and Erika looking uncomfortable.
When it’s done for strictly cosmetic reasons, all those vain things people do are a little silly. Comedian Bette Macdonald nailed it when she described talking to a woman interested in comestic surgery: “What are you going to do, dear? Go to some club, pick up a fella? As soon as you take him home and start talking about Expo ’67 and Don Messer, the jig’s gonna be up!”