Back to The Never-Ending Circle Of Getting To Know You. Nicole makes some noise about being worried about taking a shit, and taking out her tampon, on TV. Whos crude, now? Behind her, Kent makes a face. He hates the youngsters today! He says some boring stuff to the crowd about his kids, before admitting that he doesnt wear a wedding ring because his wife wont let him. Im so sure. This bonding exercise will never end. Its Kristas turn. Shes 28, with either an eleven-year-old or eleven-month-old daughter? Im not sure which; her Jodie-Foster-in-Nell accent is too strong. Shes cute, though. Finally, its my ex-boyfriend Wills turn. When he announces that hes a doctor, Shannon shoots him this blatant hey, a hot doctor, look that totally cracks me up. He tells the group that he deferred going to medical school for a year so he could attend law school and business school. So, is he a lawyer, too, or did he just take a year of law school, and then a few business classes? Because law school is three years, and business school is, what, two, also? Thats five years, unless he got a simultaneous MBA/JD, which is possible. I know it takes four years of medical school before you even start your residency. So, how old is Will? I guess it works out mathematically. Im just saying that I dont think Will could possibly have all three degrees. Also, dude, focus. Everyone in the house is all amazed by his giant brain. Shannon finally gets her turn. She says shes an independent contractor, doing everything from modeling to real estate. She admits that she doesnt want to go to an office every day. Sing it, sister. In an interview, Nicole says she doesnt like Shannon. In her interview, Shannon says she doesnt like Nicole. Cat fight! Nicole makes some noise about how they should all get naked now and just get it over with, and everyone laughs, but no one takes off a stitch. Then they all give themselves a round of applause.
ChenTime! Its the first challenge of Big Brother 2. The winners get a weeks worth of fresh groceries. The losers eat PB and J for a week. The way Chen explains the challenge makes it sound like some people could be eating chicken piccata and ice cream cones, while other people eat peanut butter sandwiches, but that is not the case. The houseguests have to work together to get the food, and if they succeed, everyone gets to enjoy it. Its also the easiest challenge ever. After the houseguests kiss Julies ass for a bit (Julies hot, one of the men says when she makes her appearance), she sends them into the back yard, where a brand new 2001 Buick Rendezvous is parked on the basketball court. The Rendezvous is so the Pontiac Aztek of summer 2001, except its not as ugly. The houseguests have to load several bags of groceries into the car, and then they all have to climb in. And they have to sit, packed in there with the all doors shut, for an entire minute. One stinking minute. This is cake. And it takes the houseguests about two seconds to load the car and climb in. Shannon manages to land on Wills lap and grins like the cat that ate the canary. Inside the car, everyone talks at the same time, and I have no idea whos talking about what. Once the clock is up, Julie Chen tells them that whomever can stay in the car the longest gets to take it home. No bathroom breaks, no sleeping. In an interview, Autumn whines that shes a single mother with no car. She really wants the Buick, she says. We got mad groceries, man, Justin murmurs, mostly to himself. Nicole tells everyone that they ought to make a pact that whoever walks away with the car is the first person voted out of the house. Her suggestion doesnt go over really well (everyone sort of shoots her a dirty look), but people start piling out of the car anyway. Eventually, everyone but Kent, Autumn, and Sheryl trots inside and starts unpacking the groceries