10pm - 11pm
10.02pm: 'The doctor asked me to roll over onto my side and they put a drip in me', says Cameron before Steph comments that he hasn't told her about his 'finger experience'; Ray states that doctors have to 'insert the finger' in cases of prostate cancer, with Jon replying 'I'd rather die of cancer, frankly'. Ray and Cameron compare which BB is which as Jon states 'that's the one I call serious'; Steph agrees as the sound is dipped.
10.04pm: Ray asks Jon if he stayed at 'The Moathouse' as the sound stays dipped; Scott gets up and heads inside as Ray nods his head. 'My lips are sealed, says the Shah!', says Cameron as he hides his face behind his fleece; Ray drinks some beer as Cameron wonders whether they'll all get the same questions when they go to the diary room. 'I quite enjoyed it', he says as Scott comes back outside; 'you can call me now if you want, get it over and done with', Scott tells BB as Ray wonders how long he was in the room for.
10.07pm: 'I may as well move my mic now and stop getting told off', says Steph.
10.11pm: Ray wonders whether any of his questions will be shown on C4 as Cameron mentions that only the final question and answer session will be shown, while Steph walks out of the chicken coop and closes the door behind her as Ray mentions that it's their last week. 'I don't think they'll air the views unless they're really extreme', says Scott as Cameron mentions that he hopes they don't all get the same questions on the same day. 'We shouldn't be talking about this anyway', he says as Ray wonders if they should play 'spoof'.
10.13pm: Steph suggests that they continue talking but can't think of a topic as the sound is dipped; Cameron mentions something to Ray as Steph unzips her fleece a little. Jon chips in and the sound stays dipped; 'me, watch out?', Cameron says to Ray before Steph comments that she couldn't buy an expensive car. 'You can get a Beetle for 30 grand', says Cameron as Scott drinks some beer, while Ray asks him what he thinks of a VX; 'they're 2.2 litre', he says as the sound is dipped.
10.15pm: Cameron tells Steph that a VX is a sports car as BB tells the housemates to position their mics correctly; 'is that too close to my face?', asks Steph as Cameron tells Ray that he let his drift down the side. 'Let's try and guess the songs that are out this summer - Jon, you sing first!', says Ray and everyone laughs; 'Kylie must have one out by now', says Jon as BB tells them all to check their mic positioning. Everyone says that their mics are positioned correctly, but Ray makes doubly sure; 'attach it to your zip', says Jon.
10.18pm: 'He's got his arse in his hands', Steph says about Ray before mentioning that its a phrase she uses to say that someone is upset; 'one, two, one, two', says Ray into his mic as Jon states that he had to do the same thing in the diary room when his batteries were in the wrong way round. 'BB had been pissing himself laughing!', he says as Ray wonders whether the mic has to be tuned in again; 'there were so many instructions we had to follow', says Cameron as Scott begins to whistle with him. Cameron looks up at the sky.
10.20pm: 'Sing one of your summer songs', Steph tells Ray, who hums 'La Bamba'; no-one comes up with a new topic of conversation until Cameron asks 'are swimming pools a liability or an asset to a house?'. Jon calls them 'asset' but Cameron mentions that they're only assets in the US; 'a lot of people are having above ground pools', he says before commenting that animals come into pools occasionally. 'When's the Hulk out?', asks Ray; Scott tells him that may already been out by now; Jon states that he thinks it came out a few weeks ago, which he knew before he came into the house.
10.22pm: Scott mentions that the Hulk is CGI as Steph comments that the old series will be back; 'he used to frighten me', she says as Ray states that he's not drinking any more after his cider and black. 'I need it to calm my nerves after my session!', says Ray as he purposely shakes his hand upon pouring; 'I'm gonna try for half an hour a question', says Jon as Ray tells Steph that she will make the ten minutes per question. 'Which housemates answered 'this is a load of old shite?'', asks Scott as Ray jokingly threatens to throw salt at him.
10.24pm: 'Do you think jalapenos should be called J-alapenos?', asks Ray as Cameron points out that Britons don't call Paris 'Pari' like the French do; 'it's out of disrespect to the French', says Scott as Ray says 'f**k 'em', uncompromisingly. Jon states that he says 'research' instead of 'RE-search', which is American, as is 'har-ass-ment' instead of 'harassment'. 'You're supposed to say 'fie-nance' instead of 'FI-nance', says Jon before mentioning that he could probably go for a year without bathing.
10.29pm: Scott drinks some beer as Jon states that he'd be 'cupping' his genitals if he ran naked through a town; 'I wouldn't do it for all the tea in China', says Cameron as Steph mentions that she might do it for a million pounds. 'I'd do it somewhere where I wasn't known', says Cameron as Ray states that he'd do it through the centre of Dublin for a million pounds; Steph comes to the diary room for a battery change as Jon lights another cigarette. 'I said 'good evening sir'', says Steph as she tells Cameron to take the batteries back.
10.31pm: 'Same person's got to take them back', Jon says as he drinks some beer, while everyone changes their batteries as Ray states that he once stuck a plugged in mains lead into his mouth and got a shock; 'I was half asleep and I wasn't thinking!', he says as Steph comments that Ray would be the type of person to lick some ice and get his tongue stuck. 'Paper cuts are the worst', says Steph as Cameron wonders what type of questions will be asked tomorrow; Scott returns the batteries to the diary room and Ray notices that he's having a chat with BB as well.
10.34pm: 'Tomorrow we'll have to get the chicken out', says Cameron as Steph wonders whether BB will kick him out of the diary room and call him back 'just to mess him around'; she wonders whether the person speaking is behind the mirror or speaking in the 'shed'. 'It can't be as you can hear people talking in the background', says Ray as Cameron tells her that she'll be able to 'find out all' at the end of the week. Ray states that Scott must be getting asked his questions now as Cameron whistles again. 'Bring on Friday - can't wait', says Ray as Steph mentions that 'this week will fly'.
10.36pm: 'Every week flies, particularly in the second half', Steph says as Ray mentions that they've got the reward room to look forward to tomorrow night; Jon repositions himself on his bean bag as Steph comments that 'it doesn't feel like a Sunday'. Ray eats a jalapeno and states that 'they taste oily when they're cold'; he washes it down with cider before proposing to play a game. 'That almost ran down your leg!', Steph tells Cameron as he farts; 'you can only be really comfortable when you fart', says Ray as Cameron jokes that he didn't feel comfortable in the first four weeks as Ray was 'black'. 'That's only because of what you said yesterday!', he tells Ray.
10.39pm: 'That'll look terrible if it's cut up and shown', says Cameron as Steph wonders whether the BB who asks the questions tomorrow will be the same one or different; 'it'll be different', says Ray as Jon comes up with the next topic of 'bottled water or tap?'. Everyone says tap, with Cameron expressing his dislike for paying for water; 'you're paying for water anyway', says Ray as Steph mentions water meters. Jon mentions that bottled water is a relatively recent phenomenon.
10.44pm: Jon says that Germany is 'f**ked under a single currency as their interest rates are fixed' and mentions that they would probably borrow more than the 3% GDP to get their economy going; 'unemployment in Germany is 4.2million and it's only 900,000 here', says Ray as Cameron mentions that the unemployment rate in Orkney is 1.2%. Ray mentions that the change to get Euros in Ireland was 'exciting' but led to shops hiking up prices; 'everyone was going mad for ages', he says as Cameron mentions that the same happened when the ha'penny was scrapped.
10.47pm: 'You used to get Mojos for half a p', says Steph as Ray attempts to recall them; 'the strawberry were the best flavours', he says before commenting that 'they don't make sweets like they used to'. Steph mentions Wham bars for 10p which she got from a machine at the swimming bars, while Ray remembers Tangy bars which were lemon and lime flavours; Steph recalls Sherbet dip 'with the liquorice thing' and states that she used to get sweets from the Pathfinders church disco. 'There were drinks with the straw, like Calypso', she says.
10.49pm: Steph recalls Wigwams, which Ray mentions where 'triangle ice pops'; he mentions that as soon as 14 years ago, the sweets were in big tubs for a quarter of pound at 25p. 'If you want to throw a sweet, the Amercian Hard Gum is the one to throw', Jon says as Cameron remembers strawberry bonbons and Ray states that he used to like pear drops; 'they used to cut the roof of your mouth but I still liked them', Cameron says before recalling Tutti Fruittis. 'Wham bars are smaller now', says Ray as Cameron mentions that Penguins are smaller than Wagon Wheels; Steph disputes this.
10.51pm: Ray remembers sweets which were served in coffins and contained badges, while Cameron mentions Spacedust and states that it's been reintroduced; 'I'll have to get me some of them', says Jon as Steph remembers the three chambered Sherbet dips. 'It was a candy lollipop stick that you dipped in it', she says before recalling Palma Violets, or whatever they're called; 'my grandad gave me a bag which smelled of them', says Cameron as Ray recalls the 'Scoop' newspaper for kids.
10.53pm: Cameron states that he used to like 'Look In' as Ray is distracted by a camera zooming in on him; 'do you remember Choc Dips?', asks Steph before mentioning that 'it was never right that you couldn't put your stick all the way down'. Cameron recalls liquorice pipes and mentions that it's 'very good for your bowels' as a police siren is heard in the background; Steph remembers UFOs and White Mice, while Cameron recalls Sweety Shrimps 'which were really hard and sweety'.
10.55pm: 'Milk teeth are smaller now', says Cameron before recalling the 'Milk teeth fangs'; Ray bemoans the lack of sweets in the house as Cameron mentions that they forgot to get any chunky KitKats. Ray notices that Jon has been quiet as Steph recalls candy necklaces and Cameron recalls 'Love Hearts'; 'I like the taste of all that chalky stuff', she says as Cameron remembers a boy in his primary school who had 'big Cool Horn handlebars and he could do a wheelie the length of the netball pitch'.
10.57pm: 'The primary 7 boys challenged themselves to see how many Cadbury's Caramel bars they could eat, and they ate 7 - I entered the competition and was told that you'd have to 'eat what you spewed'', says Cameron as Steph wonders whether there are now more individual KitKat fingers in a bar than there used to be.
I don't think any of these important chocolate debating issues will come up in the task but you never know... anyway, that's all from me for tonight, but Neil will be back with more updates early tomorrow morning.