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Season 10: Episode 18 - “Your door is open forever”
Posted on Jul 14, 2011 11:30am

Dan’s revelation at the Veto Meeting has tongues wagging! Right before announcing he was not using the Power of Veto, Dan told the HouseGuests someone offered him money for the use of the Veto. Dan notes in the Diary Room that from the Hockey Veto competition a few weeks ago, two people in the house won money and are allowed to hand it out any way they see fit. “The two people with money are April and Jerry,” Dan explains, adding that by not mentioning a specific name he is creating “discord in the house.”

While April did talk to Dan about giving him some of her cash, she stresses she never offered Dan a “specific amount of money.” Jerry states he didn’t make an offer to anyone, and is surprised April would do such a thing. Jerry sees the revelation as a plus for him and says he is going to “try to ride this week out.”

While April did talk to Dan about giving him some of her cash, she stresses she never offered Dan a “specific amount of money.” Jerry states he didn’t make an offer to anyone, and is surprised April would do such a thing. Jerry sees the revelation as a plus for him and says he is going to “try to ride this week out.”
 The Nancy Drew of Big Brother 10! Michelle wants to know who offered Dan the money, and vows to get to the bottom of the mystery. Michelle corners Dan in the Pink Bedroom, but Dan says he didn’t want to expose them during the Veto Meeting, and doesn’t want to expose them now. After Dan leaves Michelle talks with Keesha about who it could be. Memphis comes in and offers up the possibility that both of them made a financial offer. Michelle notes that April had a look of total surprise on her face during the Veto Meeting. Later Michelle reveals she thinks it was Jerry! “I don’t trust him as far as I could throw him,” Michelle says. So much for Michelle’s career as a private detective…
 Targeting April Outside by the pool Keesha tells Memphis and Dan that there is “no way” she is changing her vote and is sticking with the plan to boot April. Memphis says they would be idiots to keep April in the house. “People need to stop assuming what is going on and believe what is in front of you,” Memphis says.

A little later April mopes around with Ollie about what appears to be her impending eviction. “I haven’t done anything,” she cries, “except do dishes and make cakes and give people stuff!” April feels Keesha is calling the shots on the vote to send her out, but hopes she can convince swing voters Michelle and Dan.

Back in the Pink Bedroom, Ollie and April talk to Michelle about her vote. They quickly dive in with their pitch, promising Michelle if she votes to keep April they will not nominate her if either of them get HoH. Michelle says she doesn’t want Jerry here but voting for April makes her a target. That means Ollie and April need another vote!

In a game of ball outside, Ollie broaches the subject with Dan, who says he is “always open” to hear what people have to say. Ollie says they have nothing against Dan, and throws in the same deal they made Michelle: no nomination if Ollie and April get HoH. Dan says he doesn’t even know how he is going to vote when Ollie notes if Dan takes their deal, that means three of the six people competing for this week’s HoH competition would have Dan’s back. “I got a lot to think about,” the consummate floater Dan says. Ollie then notes that Dan might want to be careful going forward in the game, since he has a chance to make friends and not enemies. “Think about it,” Ollie says.

April makes her own pitch to Dan in the Sauna Room, where she asks if Jerry offered him money. April tells him she wishes she had come to him to let her know. April then cuts to the chase. She says besides her word she can offer him money! Once again Dan says he will think about it.

Dan can’t believe that once again he is the swing vote! “April tried to buy my vote and it is tempting,” Dan explains. “They can’t win without me and I love it!”
 When Ollie met April Ollie and April are definitely an item, but it appears they are looking a their relationship as a post-house possibility. April wants to know if his parents are okay with him moving to her home state of Arizona. “If I’m happy they are fine,” Ollie says.

Cut to Ollie’s dad, Pastor Ed! He says his son was raised with strong morals and principles under pretty strict circumstances. Pastor Ed notes Ollie was allowed to date, but he and Ollie’s mother have never known him to have a long-term relationship.

Back in the house April warns Ollie he is in for quite an education once he hits Arizona. “There are millions of me,” April says, alluding to all the blonde perky auto sales financial consultants. “Oh my God,” Ollie says. “Do you not know I want to stay with you?”

In Arizona April’s twin sister Angella says April was definitely the dominant twin, and she understands April’s connection to Ollie since he is so much like her twin! Angella sees herself and Ollie as “calm, laid back, a great personality” and thinks Ollie “reminds her of home a bit.”

Pastor Ed says he is not very clear on the term “showmance,” but if April is not being real with Ollie, then he hopes Ollie is watching himself. April’s sister Angella is shocked when Ollie asks April to marry him. “Not without asking me,” she says to the TV screen. Angella notes things move fast in the house and she hopes they slow things down once they are back outside.

But inside the house things are humming along for April and Ollie. April tells Ollie her door is open as long as he needs it. “Your door is open forever,” Ollie asks. Awww!