Dave desperate for family message
Christian minister Dave is desperate for Big Brother to pass on a message to his family, asking whether they need him home or not.
Dave asked Big Brother to pass on a message to his family.
The Christian minister has spent the weekend worrying about the video his wife left for him on Saturday (31.07.10), and has begged Big Brother to ask her if she needs him to come back home.
He explained to the group: "I just wanted to ask a question and say 'Do you need me home? Do I need to be there? Or shall I stay here a little bit longer?'
"They basically said they weren't willing to do that, but they did say we can tell you that every person that's left the Big Brother house has majorly regretted it."
Dave's wife entered the compound last week with Steve's spouse, but because it was part of the 'Ignore the Obvious' task, the men had to completely ignore them while they enjoyed a cream tea in the garden.
Former serviceman Steve was also concerned about what people living near his hometown thought of him.
He said: "In my message, there wasn't anything to say that the people local to me were going, 'Yeah, yeah, yeah, go on Steve, you're doing alright'. It was just me kids going, 'You're alright, Dad, you're doing well'.
"Josie's was a really good message. And was it your aunt or your mum that said 'Bristol's going for you, girl?' And that's an amazing feeling."
Earlier in the day, David threatened to quit the house after growing concerned about his love ones.
When watching the video from his wife, he was disappointed at how "flat" she looked, and that his children weren't involved in the clip.
He said: "If me being in here is becoming an issue for my family, then I'll just walk. There's no way that I'll be in here causing pressure on my family, I'll just walk."
"I'd be gutted if I did, man. The only way I wanted to leave is through the front door. I wanted to meet Davina, do everything. But if there's something up with my wife then I will leave."