|Pay special attention towards the end of this transcription. You can really tell things are about to change now that the money is getting closer and they can start to taste it!!!!! Greedy, greedy, greedy!
----------Jennifer & April-----------------
----------Maggie & Beau in hearing distance but not participating in conversation often. -----------
JENNIFER: I would vote for her in the end. (Talking about Rachel.)
JENNIFER: Because we won't vote for Howie and we won't vote for Janelle.
JENNIFER: And then it's going to be James, and that will never change. That means if it is one of them --
JENNIFER: -- you know, two of them up there, we'll vote for her, because she hasn't said anything. We need to talk about this before sequester --
APRIL: Yes, yes. We need to talk about this before sequester.
JENNIFER: -- in case we can't or they separate us or what have you.
JENNIFER: We need to think about who we're going to vote for --
APRIL: The vote at the end.
JENNIFER: -- for every different situation. Because Rachel (feed cuts out) --
-- being so quiet, because she thinks -- they know we have the deciding factor. They know we have the deciding vote. So she thinks that if she's quiet, we'll hate Howie and Janelle so much and then she'll win.
APRIL: She thinks she'll automatically win it.
JENNIFER: Yep, because she knows we have the deciding factor.
(Feeds stopped. Switched cameras.)
Jennifer talking strategy to Maggie, April and Beau to try to get the big prize at the end for herself.
JENNIFER: Okay. Put it this way: If it's two of us up -- like, if it's me and her [April] or it's Beau and Ivette, this is just what I've heard and what I feel too, and she's told me the same thing --
MAGGIE: Okay. Let's keep it quiet, because I really don't want to give them --
JENNIFER: They can't hear us, because they're gloating.
I think that if it's Beau and Ivette, you should choose Ivette because she's the one who, you know, auditioned and brought Beau here, and me because the same reason.
MAGGIE: (Questionable look on her face.)
MAGGIE: (No response.)
APRIL: Number 1, we won't -- it won't end like that.
JENNIFER: I know. I'm just saying --
APRIL: We don't even need to go there.
JENNIFER: -- that's what I would do.
APRIL: No one is going to make it with a couple.
MAGGIE: (Not responding and looking annoyed.)
JENNIFER: I mean, obviously, if it's one of us and one of them, we pick one of us.
APRIL: That's what it's probably going to end up being.
IVETTE: (Talking from across the room, inaudible).
APRIL: That's going to be great -- I mean, that's --
MAGGIE: Tomorrow is going to be competing all day. That's not going to be long.
JENNIFER: It's not competing all day.
(Maggie and Beau playing cards and mainly talking about the card game.)
APRIL: I can't even -- I can't look at any of them, guys.
FEMALE SPEAKER: They make me sick.
APRIL: I know it. When she gets her room and she goes upstairs to -- to look at her --
FEMALE SPEAKER: Huh-uh.
APRIL: -- we're not going, right?
FEMALE SPEAKER: Huh-uh.
BEAU: No, I don't give a sh*t.
APRIL: When she gets her room and gets, like, her pictures and stuff, we're not going up there, are we? I'm not. I mean, do what you gotta do. I'm not.
JENNIFER: Pictures of what? Her coworkers?
MAGGIE: She called us "F*cking b*tches."
APRIL: Yeah, she called us "F*cking b*tches."
JENNIFER: Us? She did?
APRIL: "Pack your bags, you f*cking b*tches."
JENNIFER: Oh, yeah.
APRIL: Just so childish. I need to go vent. I need to go vent.
MAGGIE: What does she have to say?
JENNIFER: I know. Vent about what, because they're not going to let you talk about the way the game was anymore.
(April reenters the room upset because Janelle and Howie are talking.)
JENNIFER: What? They're just playing the game.
JENNIFER: You can't fault them for that. For a split second, I want to go home -- I mean, I want to go to sequester first.
----April and Jennifer go off to talk alone----
APRIL: Jennifer, I wouldn't --
JENNIFER: I'm going to be smart. (Trying to be sexy with the lipstick in her mouth, and she says, "Lipstick camera."
I wonder if other seasons have as many talks with --
APRIL: They couldn't -- you know what, though, they could honestly be backdooring me. They could. They could.
JENNIFER: I just think that they might as well -- I mean -- might as well? -- they just might --
APRIL: I think they are going after me.
JENNIFER: They just might backdoor James, and if that doesn't work, they still get rid of one of us, so either way, they win. That's what we were thinking before, you know?
APRIL: Hey, sit down real quick. Do you want me to compete with you?
APRIL: The thing is, if anything, if we can win, then you should let me win it so I can save us both.
JENNIFER: Oh. I actually don't care. I don't care about veto.
APRIL: I don't either. Oh, I'm so upset.
JENNIFER: (Inaudible, whispering) so much, they wouldn't backdoor James, if one of us got the veto, because we only have (inaudible) vote.
APRIL: Then why don't we all get rid of James? If I were him, I'd feel bad. He has not said anything, and he has continued to talk to them. It makes me sick.
JENNIFER: Well, he also talked to them last week, too, and he did that on purpose.
APRIL: I don't care. I know people keep saying -- I don't give a sh*t.
JENNIFER: I don't think Maggie likes my idea (giggles).
APRIL: About what?
JENNIFER: About if it's, like, one of us or Beau or Ivette, then the person who brought them here wins.
APRIL: Well, that's just -- I don't think we even need to speculate that far, because I really don't think it's going to happen.
JENNIFER: I don't either, but I'm just saying. I'm just trying to get a feeling for what people think.
APRIL: (And the claws come out) And, also, I know that you brought me here, but we're talking -- at the end, we're talking about a million dollars. A million is a f*cking sh*tload of money. You know what I'm saying? Which I know that you would give me some of it some way or another, and I -- same with me. If I f*cking win a million dollars, I would give you some, some way or another.
JENNIFER: That sounds fine, but I'm (inaudible.)
APRIL: I just think she's not one of those people that likes to, like, look far in advance. You know what I'm saying?
JENNIFER: I think the more we get down to just our group, instead of it just being "we love each other equally," once it's just us, she'll bring it. She doesn't mess around. Because that's how I look at it. It's like, well, we love each other, we don't care which one of us wins, but now -- what? -- we're getting greedy because it's getting closer? Sounds sketchy. (Talking about Maggie.)
APRIL: Do you think she wants to stay?
APRIL: Do you think she wants to stay?
JENNIFER: I think that she automatically thinks she's going, but if it was up to her, I think she would want to stay. She could give a rat's ass. The smart thing would be to at least let us have a chance.
APRIL: That's what I would do.
JENNIFER: That's what I mean. By loving everyone in their own group equally, and that's not how she feels, I don't think.
APRIL: Do you think she'll eventually go her own way?
JENNIFER: Oh, yeah. I just -- if you already know you're gone, and you already know your partner is gone, you don't have a chance of winning the million.
(End of this conversation. More transcripts of April and Jennifer's private conversation later.) Thanks