For the next two days, the house has been turned into a busy working beehive. But whilst their bee themed world looks bright and fun the bee workers will have to work tirelessly to ensure that there is enough honey for their queen Gina.
As queen, Gina has picked Charlie to become the guard bee. The rest of the housemates have become the worker bees.
A series of orders for honey will be placed by Big Brother over the course of the two days. Big Brother will state a target amount of honey jars which must be produced at the end of the shift. However, Big Brother will also state that they will be given treats in exchange for any extra honey jars that are produced. This will be a secret from the worker bees, so it is at the queen and workers’ discretion how hard the workers will work. Big Brother can ask for more honey at any point.
Big Brother might, for example, call the queen bee to ask for an order of 100 jars of honey. However, Big Brother says that if the queen’s workers make 150 jars, the queen and her guards will receive a luxury meal. The workers will not be privy to this call, so the queen must decide whether or not to selfishly request 150 jars for her own treat, or just to stick to the obligatory 100.