12am - 1am
12.02 Les states that his mate Roger will be urging him on at skittles, while Sue slips up for a second time on the wire game and states that she can see 'how this is strangely compulsive'. She has another go, while Les tries to establish the technique for knocking the front skittle down and the rest as well; 'this is the most frustrating game ever', says Sue as she has another go on the wire game, while Les wonders who would like a game of 'Hollywood'. Sue and Mark go for a cigarette.
12.04 Sue states that she wanted wine but 'it's alright'; she also tells Mark that BB didn't tell her when the eviction would take place, but reckons that it'll be tomorrow. Mark encourages Sue to have a proper massage when she gets out; 'yours was lovely', she tells him before asking what he did to her 'shakra'. 'You get given a few symbols to channel through', Mark states, as Sue wonders what she got send to her; 'I don't think about it that much', says Mark as Les sings 'Any Dream Will Do' again.
12.06 Les goes to the chicken coop to see if they've laid any eggs, or some wine, or Sue's request of 'a packet of generic fags'; she goes back inside after finishing her cigarette and lines up the skittles as Melinda doesn't get past the first loop of the fairground wire game. Sue only knocks one skittle down, and has another go; she makes contact with two but doesn't knock them down, before asking if anyone wants a cup of tea.
12.08 Mark encourages Sue to have as many bowls at the skittles as she wants, and Sue states that she'll 'be there all night' before mentioning the difference in her outfit to Melinda's pyjamas; she goes to the kitchen to make the tea as Melinda mentions that 'it's a nice night'.
12.13 Melinda swings alone on the swing outside as Sue makes some tea; Mark mentions the 'Friends Like These' show hosted by Ant n' Dec, which Sue calls a 'fantastic show', and Mark states that the games were similar to what they've got as he gets his tea from Sue. Mark has another go at the wire game, and states that he's better when he goes faster than slower; 'it's a long way to there', he says pointing at the end. 'Engage', Sue tells him.
12.15 'I'm like a fighter pilot', he says as he concentrates once again; Sue tries to decide whether to nickname him 'mongoose' or not as she gives him three goes. 'I'm Tom Cruise in the sky', Mark says and he takes his first go as Sue eats some cornflakes; he gets about a third of the way across before wondering whether he'll be called to the diary room now. 'You'll get 20 cigarettes if you do this', Sue tells him, and Mark negotiates another valley.
12.17 Sue states that she's keeping 'three sugars' for some tea before mentioning that she likes the old games; Mark slips up and states that his feet were to blame as Melinda has a go, while Sue asks Les if he reckons the eviction will be tomorrow. Les states that BB will get back to him and tells Sue that she'll find out tomorrow morning anyway; 'we'll all be enriched by this experience', Sue states as Les mentions that 'the walls are closing in now'.
12.19 'I'd love a glass of wine now, but I don't need it', Les says as he lists all the food and drink items they don't have anymore; Sue mentions that she'll 'just have to deal' with not having any cigarettes tomorrow. 'I think they've had a bonanza night tonight', Sue says as she mentions the key moments of today, including her tears. Les wonders if his vulnerability is being played upon by the viewers, and Sue states that she's cried in front of ten cameras tonight even though she's been through a lot worse and has been stronger.
12.21 Sue states that she felt like walking when she went into the diary room earlier on; 'I don't feel like I'm having fun, or being myself anymore', she says, and states that she'll deal with whatever she gets outside. 'We have to cling to our sense of humour, even though it's hard', says Les, and mentions that tonight's nominations were a shock; 'they might wait till Thursday', he says while Sue wonders if they'll deliberately keep three in for the final two days to get more votes and money.
12.24 Les states that Sue's worried over nothing, and admits that he's worried about things; 'it'll happen to all of us', he says and Sue admits that she felt wobbly a lot today. 'I've never gone in there and said a bad word about anyone', Sue says before stating that her will for staying in the house is fading fast and that her friends are standing outside waiting to meet her; she also wonders if she'll be vilified for 'losing it', and Les presses home to her that she's not.
12.26 'I don't like the way it's happening', Les says before stating that they knew to expect this from the outset, and Sue commends the producers for 'making interesting television' before stating that she's glad Anne went out tonight 'as she's got kids' and wouldn't have wanted to be in the house longer; 'I don't think you're being perceived as losing it - you're just emotional', Les tells Sue, and she discusses the 'reiki' Mark did on her. 'It puts a lot of things in perspective, and I needed that in my life', Sue says.
12.29 Les states that he feels BB is 'a watershed' in his professional life, and he doesn't know where he's going with the rest of his life; he states that his personal side is settled, and was interested to be part of BB to put things in perspective. 'I'm emotional too, and I'm going through a lot of changes', Les states, and Sue agrees that they'll be equipped in a way before mentioning that she has 'a whole other journey' from Les waiting for her.
12.31 Sue states that she's wondering whether it was worth it, and states that the opinions from her friends on going into the house were mixed; 'I've found it hard to be myself because of all the unpredictability', she says, and Les states that he thought he was performing in the house in the first few days, which exacerbated when he and Goldie were up. 'I don't perform at home', he states and Sue calls it 'a ham struggle' before mentioning that it's 'alpha male against alpha female'.
12.37 Sue states that she's not much of a showman, and Les states that he's 'the least showman-like person in the world' at home; 'Goldie's probably not like that at home either', he points out and mentions that he sometimes gets nervous going on stage. 'I don't need to always perform too', Sue says, and Les mentions that 'this whole thing is a learning curve' before wondering if the viewers are learning as well as themselves. 'It's hard', Sue says, before wondering if someone who comes out well in the game will face hell, and if someone like Goldie does well on public support.
12.39 'Some people take this experience simply, and some don't; I'm not sure which is more interesting', says Sue before mentioning that she's more introspective for this experience and is prepared to let things go on around her. 'I didn't come in here to perform', she says and tells Les that she doesn't think he did either; 'perhaps performing is just part of me', Les says, and Sue states that Melinda's 'the most straight-forward person I've ever met'.
12.41 'It's easy to believe that complicated people are redundant', Sue says, and states that Jack (Dee) bucked that by being surrounded with the women; 'everyone was so enthralled by them', she says before wondering that she wishes she'd flown the flag for 'women who don't look like Melinda and women who aren't straight'. She states that she'll meet Les at 'an unnamed hill' before Les mentions that the BB experience is a microcosm of life. The heavy conversation drops in favour of Sue 'going to the shops'; Les requestrs a Shablis, and Melinda requests a Crunchie before Sue climbs the 'stairs of wishful thinking'.
12.44 Sue states that she'll try and impail herself on the nearest railing if she's sown her 1980s skit on her best bits, while she tells Mark that she'll smoke the last cigarette; 'I'll turn into a complete sociopath now', she says to the camera, and lights it before passing it to Mark for alternate smokes. She asks Melinda for another 'six degrees' question and after a while, challenges them to get from Rhys Ifans to Willem Dafoe; Les gets from Defoe to Eddie Izzard, to John Hannah, to Hugh Grant, to Rhys Ifans. 'Well done', Sue tells him.
12.46 Sue sits down with her cigarette, as Les challenges them to get from ET to Liza Minelli; 'we'll have to go via Drew Barrymore', says Les, and Sue suggests they take the Cabaret route. They go from Drew Barrymore to Cameron Diaz to Ewan McGregor, and then get stuck as Les tries to figure it out the other way. Meanwhile, Melinda has been repeatedly failing on the wire game, and Mark has been hanging about in the background.
12.53 The 'six degrees' game continues with Les and Sue trying to get from Liza Minelli to Julie Walters to Michael Caine to Delroy Linden to Cameron Diaz to Drew Barrymore to ET; she tells Melinda they've managed to solve it, albeit in a move too many as Mark and Melinda get almost to the end of the wire game before failing. Melinda asks Les and Sue to recap the Liza Minelli-ET connections; 'you little wily goats', Melinda calls them and everyone gathers on the sofa.
12.55 Melinda sets another 'six degrees' challenge; Roger Moore to Hayley Mills, and Les states that 'that's dead easy' before trying to go from Mills to John Mills to Robert Shaw before getting stuck. They try again, and go from Mills to Alan Bates to Julie Christie to Terrence Stamp before getting stuck again.
12.58 Sue mentions that Roger Moore has 'done a load of old fashioned films' before wondering whether he's starred with Terrence Stamp directly, and Les wonders if they can get directly from Moore to Michael Caine; he can't remember any films they starred in together. 'I'm not a big Bond fan', Les says so asks Sue for some of his co-stars, as Mark lays down on the sofa and Melinda walks around the lounge.