Celebrity Big Brother Episode 4 Recap: Omarosa On The Mend And The Block

Sunday night’s episode of Celebrity Big Brother started with Omarosa leaving the house with an asthma attack and ended with her sitting on the block. After last week’s last-minute vote flip and Omarosa steamrolling the others, her nomination should come as no surprise.

The episode picks up right after Chuck’s shocking (to Omarosa and Keshia only) eviction. And James is taking credit for it, of course. It also becomes clear to Omarosa that there’s an alliance of seven that she’s not a part of.  She’s almost right — Metta apparently didn’t mean to vote to evict Chuck. At any rate, she’s ready for war. “Celebrity Big Brother, the true game begins tonight,” she said.

We back up a bit to see that before the first eviction, a new final four deal was made with Ross, Shannon, Marissa and James. So that is what kind of sealed the deal with turning on Omarosa and Keshia.

Omarosa’s original alliance are hiding in the bedroom, admittedly scared of her after the blindside. They decide that they need to explain to Omarosa why they flipped the vote and they decide to do so as a group. They head out to explain themselves to Omarosa, but she’s not having any of it. She steamrolls Shannon into going into a one-on-one because of their night-one duo alliance. And it goes about how you’d expect. Omarosa isn’t accepting any kind of explanation and shuts Shannon down and sends her out of the room. Shannon decides to do damage control with the others and let them know about her working with Omarosa from night one.

Elsewhere, Keshia and Omarosa explain to Metta that he voted for Chuck to go, not stay. He is surprised, and I really think he is being honest here. I don’t think he knew he was voting for someone to go, not stay.

It’s time for the new HOH competition! And it’s the dizzy Bowlerina competition. And as always, this is a head-to-head game, so someone will get eliminated every round. The first matchup are Omarosa and Marissa, the pairing chosen by Omarosa, because she thought Marissa would be easy to beat. But she was wrong. Marissa, the Broadway singer and dancer, wins the round, eliminating Omarosa, the asthmatic.

And Omarosa wasn’t just eliminated, she is off to see the medic with an asthma attack. But the game must go on. Up next are Ross and Metta. And some how, Ross wins the round and Metta is out. Mark and Brandi are up next. And, to no surprise, Mark wins the round and Brandi is eliminated.

James and Ariadna are up next. James wins the round, crushing Ari’s shot at HOH. Shannon picks Mark to play against and loses to him in the next round. Marissa and James are up next. James wins the round and Marissa is out.

Ross and Mark face off next. Ross wins the round. That leaves Ross and James. Shannon asks James to throw the competition to Ross. And he agrees to do so. So James loses and Ross is the new Head of Household.

Everyone heads inside and Omarosa is no where to be found. So they’re left for a long while speculating over Omarosa and if she’ll come back. Night turns to morning and Omarosa still isn’t back. So Marissa and Ross start wondering who else they should target if Omarosa isn’t in the house. Marissa throws out Shannon and James and Ross kind of agrees. These celeb HGs are cut-throat.

Ross gets a message to deliver to the HGs so they all gather around. Ross reads the cards, revealing to the others that Omarsoa was taken to the hospital to be treated for an asthma attack, but she will return and the game will return to normal.

Or will it return to normal? Ross and Marissa, and now Ariadna, are still wondering if James and Shannon could be better targets this week.

Omarosa literally sneaks back into the house and heads to bed. Ari is the first person to discover that she has returned, so she goes and tells the others. After a long nap, Omarosa finally gets out of bed and joins the others. She tells everyone that she’s feeling much better. She also explains to us in the Diary Room what happened, and with her fake cough, she doesn’t skip a beat. That’s true Omarosa style, folks.

Ross is still having his doubts about what to do, but in the end, he goes with the people who are gunning for him. So at the nomination ceremony, he puts Omarosa and Keshia on the block. And, of course they aren’t surprised. Omarosa doesn’t want to hear Ross’ explanation, so she delivers some sass, but he gives it right back to her. Points for Ross not backing down to her like everyone else does.

So Keshia or Omarosa are the current  targets, but Ross lets us know that if one of them wins veto, he could set his sights on Shannon or James.


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  1. LOL. I love how Ross puts back omarosa into her place at the nomination ceremony. « My speech, my time, shut up ».

    How rude was it from Omarosa to discard brandy and Marissa in her one on one conversation to Shannon. She really insinuates that they’re too dumb to come up with strategy ?? I have news for you Omarosa, brandy has your shoes, she own you!!! Lol.

    It’s really a good crowd. Love it!!

    • That’s so rude! Do you really beleive what your saying?

      It’s sad if people think Omarosa represent the black woman community.

      In this case it has nothing to do with sexe or skin color. She’s just a very bad person.

      • Yea. Right. Shannon looks so sweet and innocent but she’s done most of the backstabbing and flip flopping in the house. Keisha is actually a nice person and her and Omarosa are just the easy targets

      • Omarosa easy target? Nope, she bulldozing people around. Lol. My point is that it’s rude and false to put it on sexe or skin color. Don’t turn my words on something I never said. Shannon has her bad sides as well. And I do not see Keisha as an angel. She got power drunk over her hoh and because of her alliance with Omarosa it plays against her. She even admitted it herself.

      • Shannon is playing the game. I don’t know Keisha but she and Omarosa just don’t know how to play the game. From the beginning they formed a Us Against Them attitude.

      • Maybe it’s nothing to do with their race. Maybe their just not good players, or people. Only they, and apparently you, seem hung up on their race. First, they set themselves apart by making their own side allowance… For black girls only! WTF? And, Keshia is really such a nice person that she slapped the 60 women in the face that accused Bill Cosby of rape, drug-facilitated sexual assault, sexual battery, child sexual abuse, and sexual misconduct by standing by him during the accusations, supporting him and calling him a great person. Omarosa is ridiculous, a liar, and a nobody, certainly not a celebrity. If she had been doing well in the bowling game she would have been fine continuing, I’m sure, and very smug. The second she lost and realized she was surely going up on the block she suddenly had an “asthma attack”. No coughing, no wheezing, but so bad she had to run away. Even when she called for the medic she wasn’t coughing or wheezing. Both my kids had asthma, and I’m telling you she was faking that attack. Even in her dairy room speech after she had to throw in that fake cough. They are both ridiculous women who should leave the house. Plus this crap about Black Girls Magic?? How is that even allowed? That is so racist! They should have been thrown off the show just for that and CBS should have made a public statement that the racist views of their contestants do not reflect the views of the station. Just as they surely would have done if contestants on the show tried to form a White Girls or White Boys or White Persons Alliance. I am mortified that CBS would allow such blatant racism.

      • Hey Cyril, I have the same question.

        I deleted both of my comments on that topic because it’s a none sense to try to argue that it’s not a racial or sexisme issue. It’s simply not related.

        I also felt my words were twisted to something I wasn’t saying.

        But, at the end, I’ll continue to disagree that Omarosa or Keisha are targeted for those reasons. Omarosa, She’s far away of being a role model. Lol.

      • Hey Nope. lol I’m with you. I’m watching the ‘feeds right now. Ross is reluctant and scared on taking out Shannon. He goes back and forth. It’s his alliance (the three girls) that are pushing it hard, saying..’this is the only time’ He did planted the idea though.

      • Big Move – if you are talking about getting rid of Shannon. Shannon is well aware she is a target so I am sure she is campaigning to stay in the house. She is good.

      • It’s not a small move, I can tell you that. Pondarosa’s game or ‘no game’ got exposed early. I think she’s working solo now.

    • The race narrative is old and not relevant whatsoever. But there is always someone who has to go there, Nicorosa.

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