Shopping Task: Welcome to the ‘Big Brother’ museum
The Housemates are initially told that to pass the task, the exhibits must stand still like statues and not talk for the duration of the task. Two Housemates, Scott and Sara must become the security guards and inspect the Museum at regular intervals to ensure the exhibits are standing still.
The other Five Housemates; Adam, Ashleigh, Deana, Luke A and Luke S must become the exhibits. The security guards will remain in the House until their inspections. During an inspection the security guards must enter the museum to ensure the exhibits are sanding still and correctly. They must also record any movement from the exhibits. Security guards will be told that failure to carry out their duties to Big Brother’s satisfaction will result in Housemates failing the task.
However, the joke is actually on the security guards, as they are called to the Diary Room whilst Big Brother announces to the house that the exhibits will only have to stand still for the first hour.
In order to pass this shopping task, the Housemates do not have to stand in the exhibition room and are permitted to talk. It is their job to convince the security guards they have been playing along with the original task.
In actual fact, the exhibits will be sneaking off through a pyramid into a secret chamber which will be packed full of wonderful treats for them to enjoy. Big Brother will play the footage of the first hour on a loop so the security guards’ monitor shows the exhibits to be standing still and not talking.
However, it isn’t all plain sailing for the exhibits as a red light will flash in the secret chamber when the security guards are due to carry out their inspection. Housemates must crawl back through the pyramid, put back on their costumes and get back into position, leaving no trace what-so-ever that they have moved out of their spots.
If the Housemates are too slow getting back into their positions and rouse the suspicion of the security guards they will fail this week’s shopping task.
Take a look at the exhibits sneaking off through the Pyramid, below: