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Big Brother Contestant Details Her Horrific Assault

On last night's episode, Chima shared a very personal story with the other house guests about being raped—and almost murdered—by a serial killer. (She managed to escape, and the guy was put to death in 2003.)

Her story was actually featured on an episode of Cold Case Files a few years ago. The more recent conversation took place several weeks ago in the house (if you look closely at the mirrors, you can see Laura's head), and I'd assumed that CBS had decided to not broadcast it, out of an uncharacteristic sense of privacy and ethics, but they were just waiting until Chima had won HoH to air the footage.

In other news, to promote his new movie The Goods, Jeremy Piven showed up to the BB house, with a wig that was a completely different color from the rest of his hair.

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It looks like the "sushi poisoning" may have taken a toll. I love how Jessie called him out on the whole "see you on the other side" casual line he threw.


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There were a lot more fights between Chima and Russell over the weekend, but it's difficult to tell if they're still putting on an act, or if somehow the animosity turned real. The house guests received a lot of booze, and everyone got drunk at various points, including Jessie, who never drinks, which is apparent by this drunken conversation he had about unicorns.

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Drunk Jessie has a good point. I think on Thursday he stands a good chance of being evicted, with Jeff being the "wizard" (I like unicorn better!) and all. Obviously they're all paranoid at this point, but he was burned on a twist last season and I think Jeff is going to put him and Natalie up, and they'll vote Jessie out. Which is good strategy for them, but sucks for Jessie. I can't help liking the tool. He's trying (and failing, usually) to make good TV, and I can appreciate that over someone like Natalie who's like watching paint dry. Plus he has odd, rare moments of sweetness like when he zipped over there to cover up Michelle during the diploma HOH competition thing when she got her pants caught. I didn't see anyone else rushing to help her out. Anyway, that's way too much explanation for why I like Jessie despite him being such a tool. Especially since this will be buried in Tier 2.