|PawPrint74 - August 22 - 11:02 a.m. BBT - Maggie, Ivette, April & Beau - TRANSCRIPT
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|NOTE TO READER FROM TRANSCRIPTIONIST: Please note that my transcripts are USUALLY from the previous day's conversations. Sometimes you'll get A morning conversation transcript that same evening, but it's usually going to be the previous day's conversations. You'll also notice that I generally post the transcripts in the morning when a lot of the houseguests are still sleeping. I figure it gives the fans of BB something to read out there while nothing is going on in the house. I am a court reporter so I am working during the day, but I record the feeds and come home and transcribe some of the conversations so you, the readers, have a very in-depth and real feel for what's going on in the house. I certify that my transcripts are true and correct to the best of my professional ability. I am a certified machine shorthand writing, so these transcripts are verbatim.
August 22, 2005 - 11:02 a.m. to 11:06 a.m.
KITCHEN CONVERSATION - APRIL TELLING BEAU ABOUT HER CONVERSATION SHE HAD WITH JAMES THIS MORNING
APRIL: He goes, "I'm just thinking." And I'm like -- I was like, "You think too much." He goes, "It's healthy and it's good." And I said, "But that's what stressed your f*cking *ss out. And he goes, "Well, every part of a story is true, so I'm just putting a lot of people's stories together." And I'm like, "Shut the f*ck up."
(Janelle comes in and asks Beau if she can use the HOH bathroom. Howie has been in the downstairs bathroom for quite sometime.)
APRIL: Howie said, "Do not go in there."
JANELLE: I'm not. Oh, God, no.
(Janelle goes upstairs to use the HOH bathroom. Camera follows her upstairs to the HOH where Maggie and Ivette are.)
(Boring - Stopped writing.)
August 22, 2005 - 11:08 a.m. to 11:13 a.m.
OUTSIDE TABLE CONVERSATION BETWEEN MAGGIE, IVETTE AND APRIL. BEAU JOINS IN LATER.
IVETTE: Where is Beau? Did he say he wasn't going to come out?
MAGGIE: No, but he was like, "I can't get warm with my robe on."
IVETTE: Okay. Let me see. Let me close the door, then, just in case. [Ivette walks to sliding glass door to close it so no one listens to them. She spots James coming towards the door.]
APRIL: He went upstairs.
IVETTE: Hey. We'll be outside.
MAGGIE: Was that Beau?
IVETTE: No. It was James. I no longer do chess.
MAGGIE: Do you no longer enjoy it?
IVETTE: I do enjoy it. I just get p*ssed that I can't -- I don't have the skill to think a couple steps ahead, and when I do think a couple steps ahead, f*cking James ruins it.
MAGGIE: It's really, like, nice to know that someone from -- your friend is HOH. It makes the week, like, so much easier. You know what I mean? I feel like --
APRIL: It's like no worries?
MAGGIE: Yeah. There's no -- I'm not sitting here, like, "What if he's backdooring me?" Like, do you know what I mean? It's just a great feeling.
I cut my gums, you guys.
APRIL: Your brush was -- did you get -- use a new toothbrush or something?
MAGGIE: No. I -- I did something, like, eating or something, and then I hit it again with my toothbrush last night. Gums take forever to heal. They say they heal faster because they're highly vascular, like, a huge amount of blood flow goes through the gums.
MAGGIE: But it feels like they take forever to heal.
APRIL: You need to just put a little bit of hydroperoxide (phonetic, meant hydrogen peroxide) on it. It feels so great. It heals it so quick.
MAGGIE: (Disgusted look on her face.)
APRIL: Don't swish it around in your mouth, but just get a little dab and --
IVETTE: I did. That's when -- how I heal my mouth.
APRIL: It doesn't hurt. Do you hear that?
APRIL: Never mind. You're not hearing it. There's voices. (Writer's Note: I have a friend who can refer you to a great doctor for this, April.)
MAGGIE: Are they in your head?
APRIL: They're not doing it anymore. It was like -- oh, that -- that's Howie, I think.
MAGGIE: Has he gotten negative yet?
MAGGIE: Has he gotten negative yet?
APRIL: I know James was out folding the towels and I asked him if -- I was like -- what did I ask him? Oh, I go, "So are you using the POV?" He was like, "No. Beau doesn't want me to." He was like, "I had to win it; otherwise, I would have been up on the block." And I was like, "I don't know. We never thought that far." And he said, "I think that far."
MAGGIE: He wouldn't have been, though.
APRIL: If Janelle would have won it --
IVETTE: Yeah. Telling him that -- yeah --
APRIL: He said if Janelle would have won it. Because I was like, "Wow. Janelle did really well." And he goes, "Yeah, thank God she didn't win it because then I would have gone up on the block."
MAGGIE: Oh, because he thought he would have been a pawn?
APRIL: And was wanting me to answer "Yes, you would have been," but I said, "I don't know." I mean, it doesn't matter because he knows he would be, but...
APRIL: And then I had asked him, I was like, "Yeah," I was like, "So do they know who's leaving?" I just said that. And he goes, "Well, both of them know" -- he said, "Both of them know, even if you told one they're safe, it doesn't matter until the votes come in because you'll never know for sure until the votes come in." He never asks me questions about the games or talks to me about the game, so...
MAGGIE: Well, that was about the game.
APRIL: I'm the one who brought it up. He didn't.
APRIL: He was folding towels, and I don't know how -- I don't know how it came up. Um, he said -- oh, he was mean this morning. He was at the sink, and I came down and I said, "Good morning." He said "Good morning" (in a grumpy or rude way). I'm like, "Did you just get out of bed?" He said, "Uh, no." I was like, "You sounded so mean and grumpy." He goes, "Oh, I'm just thinking." I said, "You think too damn much." I was like, "That's what stresses your *ss out. He goes, "Well, you got to" -- he was like, "Some people's stories -- there are eight houseguests, and everyone has a different story" -- or "everyone has a story."
MAGGIE: Not me.
APRIL: Everyone -- you know what I'm saying? He listens to what everyone says.
APRIL: And says that every -- everything everyone says is not true but bits and pieces are true.
APRIL: So that's what he was doing was putting together bits and pieces of stories.
MAGGIE: That's why I say, the more you tell him, he can decipher (not sure she said "decipher") --
APRIL: I don't tell him sh*t.
MAGGIE: -- anything he wants from it.
(Feeds cut out. Off the record from 11:14 to 11:15. Back on the record at 11:15 a.m. Continued conversation between Maggie, April & Ivette outside at the table.)
MAGGIE: We can't relate to him as much because we have the security blanket of four people. His security blanket is probably unknown. Does that make sense? Like, he wants to trust, like, you and Beau, and he probably thinks he can trust you guys, but it's not concrete like ours is. And that's got to me hard. And I don't know what he's got on --
APRIL: Plus, he --
MAGGIE: -- the other side.
APRIL: -- does think three steps ahead. He's already, I'm sure, thinking on how -- he hasn't -- he -- or no one -- not he. No one has successfully broken up this group yet, and I'm sure that's an objective of people. And so they're thinking -- I'm sure people are thinking of "What can I tell to Maggie that would possibly get her thinking twice? What could I tell to Ivette? What could I tell to April? What could I tell to Beau?"
MAGGIE: Right. Right.
APRIL: And so --
MAGGIE: Well, we've made it through all those -- like, how many storms now?
APRIL: A lot.
APRIL: Halfway through. We've already made it halfway through.
(Beau joins in the outside table conversation.)
MAGGIE: We're halfway through. Do you want to sit here [Beau]?
BEAU: Oh, I'm tired.
BEAU: I have lint all over my hands from my -- my pocket.
MAGGIE: I love that robe.
BEAU: It's very comfortable.
MAGGIE: It's a pretty color too.
APRIL: Um-hmm, sage.
BEAU: Yeah, I like it.
MAGGIE: Awh, sage. I couldn't think of the word.
BEAU: Yeah. It's got, like, pale sage. That's sage (pointing), the color of the wall.
MAGGIE: No. That's green.
BEAU: It's sage. Green is leaves.
MAGGIE: We have green and brown in our house.
APRIL: Dark green are the leaves.
APRIL: Hunter. Yeah.
(Beau and April laugh. For some reason they think the word "hunter" is very funny.)
MAGGIE: I have a bedroom -- a guest bedroom --
APRIL: You're a dork [Beau].
IVETTE: Forest, (talking about green colors still).
MAGGIE: -- that you guys will stay in that's blue and gray.
MAGGIE: Like, checker almost. It's neat.
APRIL: I have a palm tree room. That's one of our guestrooms.
BEAU: Oh, you have a Florida room? Lord.
APRIL: Well, it used to be my --
BEAU: Do you have like pastels?
APRIL: No, no. It's pretty. It's like sage.
APRIL: It's not ghetto. I mean, I -- Matt and I used to have it as one of our rooms, and we just -- why go out and buy all these new bedspreads when we -- they're -- I mean, they're nice.
APRIL: And then I have a -- we call it the palm tree room and the purple room, because the other room -- which Beau would love because he likes purpose.
APRIL: I got --
BEAU: Bless you.
MAGGIE: Bless you.
BEAU: Bless you.
MAGGIE: Bless you.
APRIL: I'm trying to think -- bless you.
BEAU: Bless you.
MAGGIE: Bless you.
IVETTE: Thank you.
APRIL: I'm trying to think of where I got my comforter from. Anyway, it's like -- it's not velvet, because that sounds so ghetto.
APRIL: Yeah. The bedspread is. It's really pretty.
MAGGIE: I have a really pretty dark forest, like, velv- -- I don't know if it's velvet or velour -- I think it's velvet -- bedspread from an antique store in San Francisco.
MAGGIE: It is. Davida --
BEAU: I mean, there are some velvets that are nice.
MAGGIE: -- bought it for me when we still lived in Sebastopol.
APRIL: Yeah, because I don't know if it's velv- -- I can't think of what that bedspread is.
(Stopped writing because conversation is boring and probably boring to the readers. Maggie starts talking about when they pulled up their carpet at their house, they found a very explicit spray-painted drawing under the carpet.)
(End of transcription.)
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