TVGuide.com: What do you think is going to happen outside the house with her? I'm not expecting anything for Daniele and myself beyond friendship, but if something does happen, I'm very open to it.
TVGuide.com: Do you think you lost sight of the big picture as your relationship with Daniele grew?
He's a lot more laid-back and chilled out, and in his message to me, it looked like he was a lot more outgoing. TVGuide.com: The women in the house took to you pretty quickly but in the end they turned on you. Nick: No, I don't feel betrayed because I came in knowing that in the context of the game, things were going to happen.
I had personal conversations with Amber and Daniele and I said [to them] that if the votes were against me, [they should] go with the house consensus, because [otherwise] that would compromise their situation if they decided to go astray and vote for me to stay.
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is what we have for you today.
Unfortunately for her, Chiara got the bum end of the deal — she was already imagining having Roddy’s babies and trying on his last name for size, while Roddy couldn’t even remember her last name.Are you seeing something about her that the audience is not seeing?Nick: I have no clue what the audience is seeing, but I know what I saw and it wasn't a person I really liked too much. If she does win the game, it will be amazing, but I think the [housemates are] going to continue to put her up on the block and keep taking the life out of her and stressing her to the max. Nick: I hope that ultimately it will be Daniele, Amber or Jameka. But while the world’s sexiest dermatologist is, technically, wrong in thinking so (the word originated in the theater world and has been around for much longer), no one can deny that has certainly served up its share of too-cute-for-words showmances (we’re looking at you, Jeff and Jordan), it has also dished out a number of super annoying ones. Will Kirby likes to brag that he invented the term “showmance” back on season two.