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Weekly Task: Cowboys And Cowgirls

The theme from classic 60's Western 'Rawhide' was played into the House this morning to signify the start of a new task: The Big Brother Rodeo.

We shall resist the temptation to say: 'Yee-ha'. Damn!

For this latest task, the six housemates will don chaps, stetsons and other cowboy-related clobber, and learn a skill from the Wild West. Three housemates will learn to line dance, mastering and including 10 specific moves in their routine.

Two housemates will become sharp shooters, carrying special light-guns in their holsters and learning to accurately shoot at a tin can alley, knocking all the cans and bottles down within 1 minute.

The final housemate will become an expert with the lasso, successfully 'capturing' a stationary bull twice within 90 seconds.

When deciding who would do what for the task, 70's dancer Anthony originally wanted to do the line dancing, but Makosi muscled-in on that, so in the end he settled for being the lassoer.

Derek and Eugene bagsied the guns, which left Makosi, Craig and Kinga as dancers, the latter not having any say in the matter at all.

That all sounds straight-forward enough, but the fly in the ointment is that all six must also have a go at riding a bucking bronco machine, notching-up a combined time of 6 minutes in the saddle.

Er, now that we know that, we're a bit fearful for their chances of success to be honest!

Check back soon to see how they get on.

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