'Big Brother': Nothing 'perfect-er' than mayonnaise-filled pinatas

Things we now know about Britney: She can't be trusted with a 10-foot pole, and she's giddy about being let off scotch free. (SPOILER ALERT: Stop reading this mini-recap of Big Brother 12 here if you haven't seen tonight's episode!) None of that makes a dang bit of sense, but neither does the plan by the Brigade (and I feel so stooopid for even repeating that nickname) to backdoor Annie when Brendan and Rachel-with-those-ridiculous-boobs have formed the house's most obvious alliance. And how do we know this? They all but made out right there on the lazy susan!

This has to be a Big Brother first: Two players going immediately front and center with their canoodling and not giving a damn about how it may reflect on their game play. But then, Brendon has reason to feel a little cocky: In a house that's quickly demonstrated a keen ability to massacre the English language (there's nothing more perfect-er than a tool like Enzo who thinks he's got the game by the balls when he really doesn't), Brendon has proved to be a veritable wordsmith by spelling out understanding during that brilliant veto competition (major kudos to the person who's coming up with the challenges. I've totally dug them so far). It's not that I'm particularly high on Brendon: His threats to Hayden were pretty short-sighted, just like his decision to publicly liplock Rachel-with-those-ridiculous-boobs. But vengeance is not only sweet, it's awesome to watch - so I look forward to the payback that Brendon will be serving up to Hayden next week.

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