Zingbot made his return to the Big Brother 19 house and he was out for blood this time. He came in to kick off a slippery veto competition and he did not hold back on the zings this year.
Before we get to Zingbot’s visit, though, the episode picks up right after Christmas nominated Jason and Matthew for eviction. She let’s us know via the Diary Room that Mark is her backdoor target this week, but if that falls through, Jason is her number two target.
Mark realizes he doesn’t have much of a chance to stick around this week, so he’s pretty torn down and lonely. He tells us from the DR that he knows the Power of Veto is his only chance. So let’s see if he gets picked to play.
At the veto draw Christmas draws houseguest’s choice and picks Raven. And that immediately sketches Paul, Jason and Alex out. Matthew also gets HG’s choice and he picks Paul. And the third and final chip is Mark. He gets the chance to play and save himself.
After some whining from people over Mark getting picked and Christmas picking Raven, it’s time for Zingbot! Let’s get to those zings!
Mark gets it first. “I Think you might be bye-sexual because everytime you try to get sexual with Elena she says bye,” Zingbot says.
Next up is Jason. “Alex, I see you’ve been forced to carry around a bunch of dead weight or as I like to call it, Jason” he zings.
Zingbot is ready to let Raven have it. “Poor Raven,” Zingbot begins. “You got the clownitard. This is the worst punishment ever. Oh wait, that’s just your face.”
And now for the harshest zing. Wait, the second harshest zing. “Josh… My heart goes out to you. You shed so many tears this summer. Too bad you can’t shed any weight.”
And Paul’s was too easy. “Paul, last season you taught me so much. Like how to have friendship, how to be pissed and how to lose half a million dollars.”
Matt’s was a pretty good one, though. “Matt, congrats on making it so far in the game,” Zingbot says. “Especially since the only thing you’ve done is Raven.”
Kevin’s is sort of lame, but it leaves to Kevin giving him the double bird Raven style. “Kevin, I hear you like to use saran wrap to preserve your youth. Newsflash: too freaking late.”
And I’m not sure what Alex’s zing was. “Alex, what do you call someone with bleach blonde hair, wears cat ears, and handles a lot of wieners. A *bleep*!” Yeah, no idea. A hoe apparently.
And now for one that was actually pretty hard to laugh at. “Christmas. you’ll find no coal in your stocking this holiday season. However, you will find: ten shattered bones, nine weeks in a cast, eight surgeries, seven more x-rays, six years of rehab, five titanium screws, four hospitals, three pain pills, two crutches, and a guilty rodeo clown.”
OK, the zings are over, so let’s get to the veto competition. For some reason this season the slippery, fill the bowl competition is a veto competition. That’s so weird to me. After a lot of slipping, sliding and falling Jason wins the Power of Veto.
Mark’s last shot at staying is trying to convince Christmas to not put him on the block. He goes to her to offer anything she wants from him. He pledges his allegiance to her and reminds her that there’s a big move that could be made. And for some reason Josh is sitting there, too. But anyway, Josh’s big idea isn’t Paul, it’s Alex. He says she’s probably the biggest competitor in the house and if she gets to final four and final three, she’s going to win.
Christmas tells Mark he has a good argument and tells him she will think about what he said. Josh and Christmas do discuss getting rid of Alex sooner rather than later, but let’s see what happens at the veto ceremony.
Jason, of course, uses the veto on himself and Christmas, of course, puts Mark up in his place. Mark’s game is done. He will definitely be going home Thursday because this season doesn’t flip on what Paul wants and Paul wants Mark gone.