I can paste. This is from SouthernBelladonna, relaying Ian's description of the events. I've edited lightly for grammar, spelling, and sentence structure.
"He says Willie called the houseguests, especially Joe, pussies. Then Willie head-butted and chest-bumped Joe." (There may have been up to four head-butts, depending on where you look. There were at least two.)
"BB told Joe to stay in the bathroom and Willie to go to the DR (or SR...). BB told Joe not to follow. Willie taunted him to follow him
Willie then threw pork rinds at Janelle and cursed at her." (Country matters.) "Janelle flipped Willie off and said "Bye-bye".
Willie left. The houseguests sat in the living room until Alison Grodner came on the intercom to tell them Willie had been expelled and the game would continue. And then they had nominations."
Or you can watch him talk about it on YouTube.
Or as Wikipedia briefly had it:
And here's Brandon Hantz saying something stupid. Because gawds know CBS can't get enough of that. (Not exactly PG13, informed, or sane: approach at your own risk.)
Here's one just for irony.
So Grodner deliberately stunt-cast an unstable personality from a family that's been full of them and is genre-known for just that trait. And now she gets to pretend she's surprised by the result, because gee, just because she put someone in there for screaming and verbal fights and maybe an assault if she was lucky doesn't mean she saw it coming. Plus she's never going to apologize. To anyone. Ever. Willie could have burned the place down with her in it and her last words would have been 'This has nothing to do with me.' Well, maybe close to her last words: I'm sure she would have tried to work in something about Jeff and Jordan at the very end.
By the way, Michelle -- the one from Chima's season -- is bitching on Facebook about this. Not that Willie's out: that Frank still got to do nominations after he was expelled, giving Frank two bites at the apple. Which Michelle never had. The argument against this is that Frank never got to post nominations at all: Chima went out after Michelle had already placed her on the block. Also that it's Big Brother and consistency is a joke.
Naturally, Malin's been bragging about taking out two of Britney's players in one week. Because he arranged all this. When he wasn't inventing fake butter. (See below.) And pushing Willie when he was already on the verge? Possibly was his idea.
Hamsterwatch posted a theory from one of her readers which believed that mentors do enter the game -- but only after all their players are knocked out, which creates a situation where the players can't trust their coaches at all. 'I'll eliminate my entire team and then win the big prize myself!' More than stupid enough to be a Grodner twist. Only a theory, of course -- but now, for the sake of the schedule, the show has to do something. We're two days into the second broadcast week, and we're down three hamsters. Under the current numbers and configuration, jury formation started yesterday. (To his credit, Malin has realized this and has been talking about the chance of Kara coming back in.) And the feeds went to fish when Wil started talking about their being the final nine, but that could have been coincidence: other discussion of it got through. Janelle feels the jury always starts in the fifth week, so something has to happen.
(Incidentally, we also got a blackout when the hamsters tried to imply Willie might be an alcoholic -- no slander.)
Why couldn't Willie have head-butted Grodner? Oh, right: because attacking her head does nothing...
And this is worth noting: they hadn't even had nominations yet. There had been some talk in the cage about targeting Shane this week, removing what was seen as a stronger player and considerably more of a social threat. Willie could have wound up as a very safe pawn -- and that's without factoring in his Veto chances. Ultimately, he did evict himself -- but there was a chance that for his cycle, he's the only one who would have done so.
In other news:
Pizza was delivered into the cage and everyone got to join in the party, including the Have-Nots. (This is the only settlement anyone will ever get from the show.) They made sure to thank Willie for it. There was no brand on the boxes and Malin declined to guess, openly deciding he has to be very careful about following the rules for a while...
JoJo was once addicted to prescription pain medication, but beat it. She's also a little out of the current loop, not knowing Kara had been in Playboy until Ian told her about it. "Was she nude?"
Typical house retro-history: it is now Willie's fault that Kara's gone. Because absolutely no one voted her out except him.
Dan desperately wants to dispel the 'mentors come into the game' theory. He also wants it to be true.
Britney is miserable. Her remaining players are on the block and cage talk has solidly swung to getting her out first. (She noted that historically, it's a lousy game day for her: in her first season, this is the date she was put on the block with Monet.) She had a long DR after Willie's removal and emerged from it bleary-eyed and exhausted, collapsing into bed a little while later. No one is blaming her for originally picking Willie: she had no way of knowing what she was getting into and the cage realizes it. Yes, she met Russell once at a reality party, but she didn't know he had a brother. It's just that now she's the mentor bleeding into the water, and the sharks are circling.
(Malin did paint a scenario where Britney's team takes no more hits this week: if Shane gets Veto, they'd nominate Danielle and take her out over JoJo. No bets. However, Jenn has informed Danielle of this possibility -- so now Danielle is freaked out.)
Joe claimed to have invented/named I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. Which he would have had to do at the age of eight. He also says he used to be a bully. Used to be...
A long-ago question answered: Janelle gave out the salaries for B.B.A.Stards. $2500 a week, guaranteed $35,000 if you made the jury.
The house is trying to talk Ian into losing his virginity in the cage in order to wrap up America's Favorite. (With whom?) Ian feels America hates him. (At least for this week, Ian doesn't have to worry about being in last place.) Ian also noted he went to open auditions and was the only person there who wasn't in a costume or drunk. In case you were wondering what they had to choose from.
Ashley says she missed the entire fight. Because she was peeing. She said it was a very long pee. She also feels this may be a dream and when she wakes up, Willie will be back.
Stay asleep, Ashley.
Britney claims Willie would freak when she played chess with Frank. She was his woman now!