The Summer of Bruv: POLLYOMETER

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The Summer of Bruv: POLLYOMETER


Byline: POLLY HUDSON

DEREK:

The best thing about Derek, apart from his erratic relationship with Science, is how incensed he gets at the stupidity of fellow housemates. He said: "I feel almost on fire with rage that I'm still here."

SCIENCE:

Brilliantly self-aware. When Craig simpered: "You know how you can describe me? I'm a dog. I need people to look after me. I can never, ever, ever be on my own." Science snarled: "I'm a lone wolf." Genius.

KEMAL:

Yesterday he uttered the single most intriguing sentence in the entire history of Big Brother, if not the world. Ready? "My brother was born with a blue bum." Nope, me neither. Not even a little bit.

MAKOSI:

At least she seems to have shut up about the ridiculous pregnancy farrago, thank goodness. I think she's done herself some real harm public-wise with all that. And as for saying she fancies Phil Mitchell...

EUGENE:

Hold the front page, Eugene's made a joke! When Orlaith complained AGAIN about Maxwell calling women "birds", he piped up: "I don't find bird offensive. I don't think Bill Oddy would either.

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