Vanessa promises Liz there is nothing Victoria about her. Steve quotes Austin and tells Liz, “you’re a Janelle!” Hang on there, Steve. Let’s not go overboard.
“Don’t feel bad for me and both of you, just kick butt out there,” says Liz as she gets up to walk away. “No matter what happens, I love you both.”
Steve and Vanessa remain in the kitchen where they lightly chatter about the situation. Vanessa wishes three could go on to the last round, but Steve points out that’s not how it works. Vanessa wishes she at least didn’t like any of them to make this easier. She mentions “Becky is the one person I didn’t like.” Ahh, definitely not still bitter about being a target that week.
With Liz in the bathroom we see Vanessa and Steve whisper briefly, but production managed to keep Liz’s mic on while she’s at the running sink so we can’t hear much of it. Vanessa seems to have said the talk went easier than expected and that Liz took it very well. She should have considering the forewarning she received.
So that was the talk we were waiting several days to see play out. It’s funny to consider everyone involved was basically lying to each other. Neither Vanessa or Steve plan to honor the F2 deal they have and Liz already knew this talk was coming, even if she didn’t know the specifics.
While the whole conversation started with Liz asking for their “vote for me” speech neither addressed that point last night. Vanessa had previously been campaigning to Liz for her three Austwins votes while basically bribing her with gifts for those who supported her during the game. Sheesh. Steve hasn’t mentioned anything to Liz because he either is planning on her being next to him or knows he won’t be in F2. Vanessa knows Steve hasn’t campaigned to Liz and that should tip her off about his plans, not that it really matters. It’s all up to Vanessa or Steve to get themselves to F2.
Now we’re on to waiting for tonight’s Big Brother finale to discover who wins round three and takes home the $500,000. Who is it going to be?