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The sooner that she is out...
Josh, the secret saboteur, had managed to successfully alter time in the Big Brother house by one full hour without anyone noticing.
At 4:15pm, Josh started getting ready for the live show. Not wanting to draw too much attention to himself, he just showered and did his hair, but stayed in his shorts and tank top.
"What are you going to wear?" Curtis asked as he passed Josh in the living room.
"I haven't decided yet." Josh answered, keeping his head down.
Eddie, thinking he had an hour to go before the show, decided to take a nap. In the yard, Jamie paced and complimented Josh on how nice his hair looked with gel in it. The reigning Miss Washington USA had yet to pick out her outfit for that evening's show.
At 5pm PDT Big Brother time, which was 4pm potato-clock time, Julie Chen's voice came over the speakers. Her voice shocked Eddie out of his nap and he sat up grumpily and scratched himself, barking at her that she should have given them some sort of warning.
Jamie, who had just chosen her outfit for the evening and was preparing to wash up and apply a fresh coat of make-up, bolted into the bathroom and changed quickly. She arrived in the living room, hairbrush in hand.
After the show was over, the group sat in thoughtful silence in the living room.
Big Brother's voice said, "I hate to interrupt the silence, but can someone please bring the monitor to the storage room?"
"Be careful with my television," Curtis joked as he rolled the TV away for the night.
They went over the rules about winning the TV. If no one guessed who it was by Monday, the saboteur would get the TV. Josh sat silently and nodded in agreement.
"So they started the show an hour early," Jamie said, changing the subject.
"That doesn't mean they showed it an hour early," Curtis told her. Maybe they taped it, he posited.
A horrified Jamie said that Julie Chen's voice had caught her in the bathroom about to get ready.
"Were you doing make-up?" Curtis asked Jamie.
"No, I was going to pee," Jamie said sheepishly.
"Cut to bathroom cam," said Curtis.
As Eddie got up, he gruffly said that he thought the saboteur challenge was stupid. Josh, who was only two days away from being the proud owner of a slightly used TV, nodded in a vague manner.
Later in the yard as Eddie and Josh lifted weights, Jamie spoke up. "You know what's funny?" Jamie asked, "I had a weird feeling that the show was going to be at 4 today. The clock said 3:58 in the kitchen ... isn't that weird?"
Born in San Rafael, California on July 16, 1977, Jamie was the first guest to celebrate her birthday in the Big Brother house. Jamie holds a BA from Washington State University, where she graduated first in her class with a 4.0 grade average.
Jamie is the current Miss Washington USA (no sign of a tiara in her luggage) and was recently accepted into the MBA program at Yale University.
Eager to live life to the fullest, Jamie says she laughs as much as possible (even if she's laughing at herself), tries whenever possible to stop and feel the moment, and is determined to figure out how she can make a difference. She likes to know what the experts think, and is, as a result, an inveterate collector of famous quotations. Oh, and she also loves to salsa dance.
Jamie admits that she'll read anything recommended by Oprah. She enjoys the poetry of Maya Angelou and seeks inspiration from self-help bestsellers like "Dont Sweat the Small Stuff" and Maria Shriver's "Ten Things I Wish I'd Known: Before I Went Out into the Real World". At the movies, she found inspiration in "Dead Poets Society", ("Carpe Diem!" she says it taught her.) Other film favorites include "Dances With Wolves", "JFK", "A Time to Kill", "Basic Instinct", "Wall Street" and the quirky comedy "American Pie".
Jamie takes full advantage of her adopted home town. She loves to visit Seattle's historic Pike Place Market, explore the diversity of Capitol Hills Broadway Street, and check out the comedy clubs in Pioneer Square.
For Jamie, enjoying the perfect hamburger has more to do with atmosphere than eating. The best burger, she says, comes straight off the grill at a football, basketball or baseball game, along with some nachos, candy and a soda, a team jersey and some good friends.
In the future, Jamie would love to travel to Italy, but a mere visit won't suffice. Her plan is to ride the gondolas, tour the cathedrals, meet a hot Italian guy and "eat as much pasta as possible!"