This week should be an interesting one with Judd as HoH. As I’ve said in my last post, since he hasn’t aligned himself with any side of the House, his nominations for Eviction will tell where his head is in the game. You could tell by the way everyone was congratulating Judd after he won that they were all worried about possibly being put up on the block. Whose worst fears will be realized by being nominated by Judd? Continue reading and you’ll see!
After the HoH Competition, many of the House Guests were trying to put in their two cents about who Judd should choose for his two nominations this week. Amanda was practically pushing her suggestion of Howard and Spencer on Judd. It was almost as though she was afraid they were coming after her! It must be because of what McCrae told her about what the Moving Company tried to tell him a few weeks ago about Amanda being a strong player. She might think they are still gunning for her to leave the House. Spencer was suggesting that Aaryn and Kaitlin should be on the block this week, again. Get rid of who the House would want out first, then maybe deal with other issues (Amanda) later would be my guess. Judd was so confused as to which direction to go where his nominations were concerned. He honestly didn’t know what to do!
There might be another showmance in the works! Candice and Howard were becoming closer in the House, and they were being cuddly with each other. This season of BB has been riddled with mini showmances. I’m not sure if the show has seen so many people find some sort of romantic connection within the same season ever! I’ll have to look into this and update you on my findings.
Back to Judd, Aaryn has been trying to convince him that there were bigger fish to fry in the House than her. She also told Judd she wouldn’t vote for Judd if he were to ever be put up on the block, and that he was never her target. Judd told her he may be thinking of putting GinaMarie on the block because of what he did to his pal, Jessie last week. Aaryn was discouraging this plan, and told him that if Aaryn was to go up, then she would most definitely be the one to leave.
Aaryn then went and told the rest of Team Aaryn what went down between the two of them, and they were not too pleased. GinaMarie and Kaitlin told Aaryn to keep positive because they had no idea who Judd would actually nominate. Aaryn disagreed with them, and it turned into a mini squabble amongst Team Aaryn.
The Have/Have-Not Competition this week involved a lot of eating. In Big Brother Froyo Competition, the House was split into three teams of four. After being weighed as a team, two members from each team had to eat two different flavours of frozen yougurt: chocolate/vanilla and anchovy/habanero. The team that gained the least amount of weight after eating both kinds of froyo would become the Have-Nots for the week. Here is the break-down of the teams:
Green: Elissa, Amanda, Howard and McCrae
Orange: Andy, Candice, Spencer and Jessie
Blue: Gina Maire, Helen, Aaryn and Katlin
After downing tons of yummy and disgusting spicy froyo, the Orange team weighed the least, giving them the status of Have-Nots for the week.
Amanda was still going full steam ahead with her “get rid of Howard, Spencer and Candice” campaign to Judd. At this point, she was shoving it down his throat! Judd didn’t want to put any of them up to do Amanda’s dirty work, but he also wanted to make a big move for himself in this game. Elissa was also whispering her suggestion of GinaMarie and Aaryn into Judd’s ear, further confusing Judd as to who he should nominate. Judd had no idea what to do. For Judd, Shakespeare’s line from Henry IV really applies here, “Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.” The crown must be crushing his skull because he wanted to please the House with his decision while the House was so divided on who they wanted to leave this week.
At the Nomination Ceremony, after contemplating what was best for his game, Judd finally came up with his two nominees for Eviction. Once the House Guests were gathered around the BB dining table and all the keys were removed, the House discovered that Aaryn and Kaitlin, two of the nominees from last week, were back up on the block. While Aaryn whined about being on the block, again, Kaitlin felt she was back on the block because of her association with Aaryn.
No surprises there, Readers! I’m happy with the nominations because I want to see Aaryn go. She put that target on her back when she thought she was brave enough to share her “thoughts” with other members of the House, and torment them for a few weeks. Hopefully, my wish will come true! Will Judd’s nominations stick, or will these nominations blow up in his face with the nomination still to be made by America, this week’s MVP? Will Aaryn somehow turn the House in her favour? Will any more showmances pop up in the House? We’ll see in my next BB 15 post!
Until my next post, Readers!