Bea in nearly everyone’s bonnet

Last night’s fish and chip supper and letters from home meant that the Big Brother housemates were all in a good mood, and of course, that couldn’t last long…

As the evening wore on, a row kicked off between Bea, Marcus and Charlie, and – for a change, not – it was all about Bea’s negativity, or as she argued, her “intimidation” at the hands of, primarily, Freddie.

It all started when Siavash and Freddie were yet again discussing how Bea is “playing a game” by making friends of Lisa and David. They never tire of it do they??

Later on, Marcus felt behoved to add his twopennorth and he told Bea that she needs to “think” before she says anything and that she should stop being nasty to Halfwit. He also said that as far as he can see, Siavash is at the heart of every row in the house…

While all that was going on, Halfwit went to the diary room and told BB that he was much happier but added that Bea was “unattractive” now. He also reported that he plans to “emotionally phase Bea out” of his life. And in yet another stroke of absolute arrogance, he told Big Brother that he was “100% positive” that he wouldn’t be evicted tomorrow night.

Later, when everyone else was in bed, Bea, Charlie and Marcus sat up and yet again picked at the scab of their earlier argument with Marcus telling Bea that she “may not like what the viewers think” of her.

This set off yet more heated exchanges that resulted in a fair amount of yelling before Bea went to the diary room to have a cry and a rant. All the hoohar brought Halfwit almost running out of the bedroom only to find himself on the wrong end of Charlie’s sharp tongue. He told Freddie that he should stop interfering and stop going on about game plans and schemes… change of record required there too then.

It all ended when Marcus told Halfwit he should go back to bed or it would look bad on him while Charlie ranted that Halfwit was “laughing at Bea.” Oh dear…

Lynn is an editor and writer here at Unreality TV and is a trained psychotherapist and the author of two books. She's addicted to soaps, period drama and reality TV shows such as X Factor, Big Brother, BGT and I'm A Celeb.