In the Big Blue Chair of I've Heard That Somewhere Before, It'sOnica says that she trusts no one. "I'm not going to sell my soul to the devil," she insists.
Hey, I didn't know Julie was going to be in this episode. But there she is, looking cute, but a bit rumpled, like she was taking a nap in her trailer when they woke her up and yelled at her to get on set. Okay, food challenge time! (I'm trying to be enthusiastic, even though I hate challenges, as I've said.) There are five jars of peanut butter hidden in various locations all over the house. The houseguests each have to find one, and wait for further instructions. They do this. Once they're all settled, each of them is called into the Diary Room, one by one, and is offered $2,500 in exchange for dooming themselves, and their housemates, to peanut butter and jelly for five straight days. If they turn this offer down, Big Brother ups the ante to $5,000 and four days of PB and J. If they turn this second offer down, the final offer is made: $7,500 and three days of baby eyeballs and human waste. Not really -- it's still peanut butter and jelly. I'd just like to point out that I had peanut butter and jelly every day for lunch for years, I had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for lunch this very day, and I might have some peanut butter on toast in about fifteen minutes. And all of my body parts still appear to be working correctly. Everyone turns down the first offer. Julie wisely points out that if one of their fellow housemates takes the offer, they're going to be eating peanut butter and jelly, anyway, and not get a cent. Bunky takes the $5,000 offer, with surprisingly few tears. Maybe he's saving them up for later. Everyone else turns down all the offers. Except Hardly. When Julie presents the first two offers, Hardly self-righteously sniffs that he's "not going to be selling himself, or anyone else out." Then Julie's all, "$7,500" and Hardly's all, "Okay!"
Next, everyone has to go into the living room and sit around some more. One by one, they go speak to Julie on the phone. She instructs them only to answer "yes" or "no" to her questions. All of them are all "yes, yes, yes," except Will, who opens by telling Julie that he can't go to dinner with her Saturday! He's in a serious relationship! Julie giggles flirtatiously. Not even Julie is immune to the charms of the evil doctor. Anyhoo, Bunky wins the challenge -- and the cash -- because the number printed on the inside of his jar (that number being one) is lower than the number printed on the inside of the jar of the only other person who accepted the offer -- Hardly -- who had number three. Julie then announces that someone has accepted the offer: they're doomed to PB and J for four days.