'Big Brother 14's' Jodi Rollins: 'I'm upset ... they made it seem like there was still hope'

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jodi-rollins-big-brother-14.jpg Jodi Rollins was quite surprisingly sent home the first night in the "Big Brother 14" house, which both she and Zap2it think was kind of unfair. Plus, she just Friday (July 13) found out there's no chance she's going back in the house, despite thinking for a week there would be some twist that migtht bring her back.

"I'm upset now, actually. Not happy," says Jodi. "They made it seem like there was still hope, so I just kind of found out that there wasn't. So I'm kind of upset. [I thought] maybe there'd be a twist that I could go back in the house, so that doesn't seem to be happening and I just found that out."

We had to ask if Jodi feels like it was a waste of her time, since she went through the whole process and only spent a few hours in the house. But she says it wasn't a waste.

"I don't feel like it was a waste of my time because it was neat to actually be in the house. I've watched since Season 1, it was a dream come true. I was excited, so it wasn't a waste. But it's a big disappointment," says Jodi.

"I have a theory as to why I'm not in the house ... older people never win this game and black women never win this game and I'm an older black woman," Jodi continues. "I'm not saying anybody's racist at all. When it comes to money, you have to make a decision based on what you think people will do. If you're looking at who's going to win the game, I'm not who you'd want. In this case, I think [Dan] didn't choose me for those reasons"

So any bitterness towards Dan?

"No, I'm not bitter at all towards him. I'm disappointed. He made the wrong decision, but no, not bitter to him at all," says Jodi. "But I knew he didn't believe in me from the get-go. I was last chosen, so... that didn't feel good either."

Even though her time was short in the house, we were curious who Jodi thinks are the strongest and weakest players in the game.

"Definitely Shane [is the strongest], I feel like he could be a force to be reckoned with," says Jodi. "Frank, because I'm suspicious of Frank, still waters run deep. He didn't give off a lot of information. I think those are the main two."

"[The weakest] are actually, the girls on my team. Kara is really sweet, but she 'had to pee and had to sit down and felt faint and felt tired and needed a cigarette and it's like - this is the BIg Brother house. So I think she's definitely one of the weaker ones."

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