Brian: I’m Brian, I’m 27. I exploit the trust that Jerry has in me. I use it to my advantage.
“I’ve got you two, I’ve got Jerry. I have enough votes to where I can do whatever the I want.”
Because at this point in the game, I’m kinda calling the shots.
Keesha: You have to put Brian up this week. He’s got an alliance with everyone!
Jerry: I found out that this person that I went with had other alliances, and I nominate you, Brian.
Brian: The player got played. Absolutely, the player got played.
Julie: By a vote of nine to one, Brian, you are evicted from the Big Brother house.
Julie: So, Brian, you are the first person voted out of season 10. How surprised are you?
Brian: You know, I knew it was going to be a big risk, but it was always big risks equal big rewards or you end up drowning, so, I knew that it was going to work or it wasn’t. So I’m not surprised by the play. I just, the timing was off. So if I had the timing a little bit different, I think that things would have ran a little smoother.
Julie: Looking back, if you could have changed your game play, what would you do differently? What was your downfall?
Brian: My downfall was, I always knew I was gonna be arrogant in the game, that was what I wanted to play going into it. The key was, having people you could trust underneath you. But, you know, my downfall was playing it too fast, it was trying to do too much.
Julie: Was it everything you thought it would be, or was it much harder?
Brian: Uh, it was more. I love this game, you know? The little bit that I watched, getting thrown out the way I did made me love it even more. This is perfect, you know?
Julie: Explain that.
Brian: I just love how everything can turn on you. I love to play these kinds of games. I was in here from the beginning, and I remember our first day, everybody was talking about, oh, like, just don’t stab me in the back, my word is this. And I’m thinking to myself, you’re all getting screwed if I get the chance. So.
Julie: But the player got played.
Brian: The player got played. And that’s what I love about it.
Julie: Well Brian, it was fun watching you play your game.
Brian: Hey, it was fun.
Julie: Thank you. Everybody, please, a hand of applause for Brian Hart.