Big Brother gave audiences the joy — no, the absolute privilege — of watching Paulie's entrance into the jury house on Thursday, and, man, was it everything you hoped it would be. Upon his arrival, Paulie was met by Da'Vonne, Bridgette, and Zakiyah, all of whom were overjoyed by his eviction. You'll probably recall that Paulie pretty much betrayed Zakiyah, declared war on Da'Vonne, and never hid his dislike of Bridgette, so it's safe to say that they were happy to see that he had lost his shot at winning BB18. And, they let it be known. Zakiyah confronted Paulie on Big Brother 18 and all the women of the jury called out his offensive behavior in one of the best moments of the season.
Paulie walked into the jury house with blind confidence, perhaps hoping to charm his way out of being confronted with his bad behavior. Unfortunately for him, but lucky for us, the women of the house were not about to let him slide. They gave him a nice slow clap, made him admit defeat, and, best of all, shared a toast while re-watching the tape of his eviction. Paulie tried to deflect, calling them "petty" and "catty," but Bridgette, Zakiyah, and Da'Vonne were having none of it. Bridgette straight up told him that "person to person, you completely lost all my respect," called out his glaring ego problem, and then flat out shut down his attempts at making her out to be a man-hater. And then, it was Zakiyah's turn.
Zakiyah confronted Paulie about his role in her eviction, forcing him to (sort of) admit that he knew she would be going up on the block. He insisted that she wasn't totally loyal to him, and even brought up their fight after he chose to sleep in the HOH bed with Paul instead of with her. (You know, the one that ended in her telling him he was making her uncomfortable and him responding, "I don't make people uncomfortable.") Pretty soon, Paulie couldn't take the heat, and the discussion resulted in a screaming match, during which Zakiyah spit out the instantly iconic phrase, "I see where the b*tch is!" And that's when Da'Vonne and Bridgette, and Zakiyah removed themselves from the narrative.
Paulie's going to have a rough time in the jury house, but no one can say he doesn't deserve it. I guess Big Brother karma is the same as karma in the real world, at least for now.
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