Big Brother 14, Episode #30 – Finale Night: Brains Over Deception

Hello Readers!

It’s Finale Night!  As mentioned on my Facebook page, I was watching with my celebratory cupcakes in hand, ready to see how this season ends.  Who will be crowned the winner of BB 14?  No, I don’t think the Jury will be giving it to Danielle.  If Dan doesn’t screw up too badly, he should come out on top, unless Ian gets the best of him.  Read on to see who comes out in top!

Dan was still hard at work.  He made a Final Two deal with Ian.  If Ian threw the first part of the HoH Competition, then Dan would take him to the Final Two, kicking Danielle to the curb.  Of course, Dan had a Final Two deal with Danielle as well. Dan told her of the deal he made with Ian, but said it was only to get Ian to drop out of the HoH Competition.  Dan also wanted Danielle to drop out of this part of the Competition, so Dan could take this round and go straight to the final round. 

I didn’t think Ian and Danielle would be so stupid as to trust what anyone would say at this point in the game, but they did!  Ian dropped first, then went inside so Dan could talk to Danielle.  Then Dan wanted Danielle to think the idea to drop out was hers.  Danielle was unsure at first, then she drops!  I was about to start knocking my head on the wall over this.  Really you two!  Ian and Danielle had all of the power over Dan, but they didn’t see it.  I think Dan said it earlier this season when he was coaching Danielle when he said that you shouldn’t be agreeing to deals, that you should be actually making the deal.  They both failed to realize the Jury would credit them for getting rid of Dan and he wouldn’t have any hard feelings, once out of the House, of course.  Dan needed them to take him, not the other way around.  They should be working together to get rid of Dan, not each other.

Dan really wanted to take Danielle to Final Two because, well, it’s a no-brainer.  Most people do not respect Danielle on the Jury, and would see her as a puppet, not a player with a real strategy.  While speaking to Dan, Danielle was sharing her worries about being able to beat Ian in the next competition.  Dan was more concerned with softening up the Jury, and trying to get Danielle to promise to help him in this area by singing Dan’s praises to them.

In Part Two of the final HoH Competition, Danielle and Ian had to scale a bunch of windows and the find the faces of evicted houseguests, then put them in order of their eviction.  The player who accomplished this task the quickest won this round.  Danielle and Ian did this alone in the BB backyard.  Once both players were finished, all three houseguests went into the backyard to find out the results.  Ian beat Danielle by less than a minute to take Part Two.He will now face Dan in the Part Three of the HoH Competition.

Once the houseguests were back inside the House, Dan started celebrating, shouting “Final Two!”  Ian got upset with Dan because Danielle heard Dan what was yelling.  Danielle was furious for two reasons.  She was upset because she wouldn’t get to play for HoH, and because she thought Dan and Ian had something going on behind her back.  Why would she be upset over this, I don’t know.She has a deal with Dan for Final Two, and she knew what Dan has done in the past. What baffled me the most was that she took her frustration out on Ian, and then Ian didn’t think to say that he knew Danielle wasn’t taking him to Final Two.  Dan came out of this unscathed.  Danielle was so furious that she threatened to taint the Jury against Ian if he didn’t take her with him to Final Two.  Maybe Dan’s magic is that good, that even all his bad actions can bounce off of him and stick to other people.

The show then went to the Jury House as they were discussing who the next member will be.  Shane joined the group, and he was still shocked to be out of the game.  They then started talking about the pros and cons of the Final Three. 

They thought Ian had came a long way from Day 1 in the BB House.  He became good at competitions, and could make hard decisions on his own.  Frank and Jenn didn’t like Ian because of his “betrayl” of Boogie, and how he ratted them out to the Quack Pack.

None of them saw many winning qualities in Danielle.  Like me, the Jury saw her as Dan’s puppet, following and doing whatever he wanted, and not doing anything significant by herself in the game.  Shane tried to say that she won competitions, but then he was reminded that she sqandered any power she had by letting Dan control her.

They had a fun time with Dan.  Britney was a fan of Dan’s because of how he played the game, and how dangerous he was as a player.  Jenn agreed with Britney, admiring how he sent so many people packing.  Joe and Frank disagreed with the ladies, saying that his game was dirty.  Dan was also sneaky, and it was the wrong way.to play the game.  The ladies then responded to the guys by saying there are no real rules to playing BB (except for violence against another person), so it didn’t matter whether Dan played dirty or not.  Frank shouldn’t talk.  He played dirty in this game as well.  He’s just being a sore loser.  Most of the Jury Memebers decided that they would.make up their minds at the Finale.

Part Three of the HoH Competition was a “How well do you know your fellow Jury Members” game.  Julie would begin a statement that one of the Jury Memebers had previously recorded.  Dan and Ian had to guess from two possible answers.  The player who guessed the most correct answers out of seven would be the last HoH of the summer.  After a crushing victory (or a thrown competition by Dan), Ian won, giving him the power to take one other person with him to the Final Two!

The show then rushed the Final Three into the BB Livingroom in order to have the Final Eviction.  Most people would have expected Ian to have made the smart move and choose to take Danielle with him. Nope! He said he had to live up to his word and take Dan.  Danielle looked disappointed, even though she would have done the same thing to Ian.  Oh, Ian! This was such a big risk he was taking!

The Jury Memebers were then brought out and asked Ian and Dan questions about their game-play.  The Jury then heard the Final Two’s final pleas as to why they should win the BB 14.  Ian said he was disgusted with the way Dan played the game.  He highlighted his competition wins, and let the Jurors know that Dan was able to stay in the game longer because he was a coach, having essentially three chances to win the game, whereas Ian only had one.  Dan said that he was in trouble from the reset (that he voted for), and that the only way he would win was by playing ruthlessly.  He had to control the game and constantly playing people around the clock because he knew he couldn’t win the game by winning competitions.  He could only win by getting rid of people.

The Jurors then put their keys into the  lock, this time voing for.someone to win.  Julie Chen then brought back the other evicted houseguests.  No, Willie was not invited to the festivities.  They shared their thoughts on the season because they were allowed to watch everything from home.  The Vote was finally revealed.  It was a suprising result.  The winner of Big Brother 14 was…Ian Terry!  Yes, Readers, brains did win out over deception.  The Jury voted 6-1 for him to win.  The only reason why Dan got a vote was because Danielle promised she would do so.  Really? I think she’s still under Dan’s spell.  Oh, before I forget, the viewers also got to vote.for their favourite player this season.  I’m so disappointed in their choice. They voted for Frank.  He received $25 000.

Well, Readers, there goes another season of Big Brother.  There were many highs and lows this summer.  I was wrong about my assumptions of some of the players, but it didn’t ruin how much I enjoyed watcing them do crazy things three times a week. 

Now that BB 14 is over for the year, I’ll be turning to my other reality shows to fill the void.  I’ll be posting on two shows on my blog this fall season – Survivor: Philippians, and America’s Next Top Model: College Edition.  I hope you will be popping onto my blog to check out how these shows develop.  Thank you so much to those who have been checking in, it means a lot to me.

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 14, Episode #27 – It’s a Toss-Up, Really…

Hey Readers!

Next week is Finale Night for BB 14! I know, I’m so anxious to find out who’s going to win it all!  This epidode was an Early Eviction Night.Yeah, I know, it’s as thought they ran out of time and are kicking people out of BB House left, right and center!  With Jenn and Shane in the block, it’s really a toss up as to who’s leaving.  Will Dan have a hand in this person’s eviction as well?  Let’s go and see what went down…

Jenn and Shane have different opinions about being on the block.  Shane wasn’t sweating his time on the block.  He believed he was simply a pawn, and that no one was gunning for him.  Little did he know that Dan had his sights on Shane.  Dan has wanted to get rid of Shane for a while, but has needed him for numbers and to keep Danielle even more in line.  I guess Dan figured he can now totally control Danielle, since the summer is almost over, and Shane’s game is so much better than Danielle’s was.  Jenn, on the other hand, was mad at Dan.  She thought Dan was setting her up to be his next casualty in the House.  Dan used his magic words and comforted her, telling her she had nothing to worry about, and that Shane was leaving.  Dan admitted in the Diary Room that he really didn’t care who left.  What Dan didn’t know was that Jenn was confiding in Danielle about her anger with Dan, and that Danielle was beginning to share Jenn’s frustrations.

Time Flies was the next PoV Compettion.  Each player had to use a zip cord to fly between a magnitized puzzle they had to solve and a timer they had to reset every 20 seconds.  If the timer ran out out time before the player got back to it in time, they were eliminated from the competition.  The player that put the puzzle together first won the Veto.  After a lot of swinging back and forth, Shane, of all people, won this PoV!  I know, he was able to do this one all on his own.  He also won a luxury prize of getting to leave the BB House with a houseguest of his choice, and meet the US Ladies’ Gymnastics team.  Smart move on his part, he chose Danielle to go with him, and showed her some PDA to keep her happy.  They had a good time!

Dan had to go to work and be, Mr. Wonderful because he didn’t want to be the replacement nominee for Shane.  He went to Ian to talk to him about putting Danielle up on the block, as a pawn, of course.  Ian seemed receptive to Dan’s idea.At the PoV Meeting, Shane removed himself from the block, and Ian used Dan’s idea, and named Danielle as his replacement nominee.  She didn’t even see it coming.

At the Live Vote and Eviction, Jenn gave the standard plea to stay in the House, speaking as though she knew she was leaving.  Danielle, gave the usual speech that meant “I know I’m Not Going Anywhere,” and wished Jenn well.  Of course, the vote was 2-0 for Jenn to be evicted.  Jenn left in good spirits, and wished everyone luck.

At the next HoH Competition, Photograghic Memory, the houseguests were previously given pictures of themselves that were taken throughout the summer, and had to remember if certain items were actually in the picture that Julie was asking for.  Danielle won this HoH Competition by beating Dan in a tie-breaker question.

I really didn’t care who left in this eviction.  If Shane left, no tears would have been shed by me.  I wonder how this is going to play out.  Will Danielle see through Dan’s song and dance and get him evicted before the Final Three, or will she continue to be Dan’s puppet until Dan wants to get rid of her?  There are only four people left.  One of them will be $500 000 dollars richer soon.  Come back and find out who will be the next houseguest to be evicted on BB 14!

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 14, Episode #25 – Bon Voyage!

Hey Readers! It’s another Double Eviction Night on BB 14. We will see if Dan was able to do what everyone in the House wasn’t able to do all summer. You know, to send Frank packing. If he is successful, please just give Dan the $500 000 right here and now. If not, maybe Frank will be thrown out during the sped-up week later on in the show. Let’s get cracking and find out what happened to the houseguests in this episode! Dan was beginning to crack a bit under the BB pressure. While speaking to Frank about Joe leaving the House this week, Dan let his backdoor plan slip a bit by suggesting the idea that there was a chance that Joe could stay. Frank was worrying about not being able to compete in the next HoH Competition because of his punishment in the Draw Something PoV Competition, but he really didn’t catch what Dan said. Lucky dog! Frank then brought up their Final Two deal. Dan tried to skip around the question. Hopefully, Frank got the message, but I think that’s very doubtful. Joe and Ian had their heads together as well. Joe wanted to make sure that he was just a pawn in Ian’s decision to use him as a replacement for eviction. Ian assured Joe that this was indeed the case, and advised Joe to just lay low and to keep his mouth shut. In the Diary Room, Ian confessed that the only person that could screw up this plan was Joe, and that he was right not to leave Frank in the game. Joe then does something that could have really hurt his chances in the game. While going to sleep, he starts talking to who he thought was Shane in the bed next to him about strategy. What Joe didn’t know is that it was actually Dan he was speaking to. This got Dan thinking how he couldn’t trust Joe, and maybe Joe should go before Frank. What if that was Frank in the bed and not Dan? Dan had some pros and cons to work out before the eviction. At the Live Vote and Eviction, Julie Chen let the houseguests in on the double evictions happening that evening. The houseguests had mixed emotions about this news. They liked the idea of having one extra person exiting the House that evening, but they didn’t like the idea that they may be that extra peraon walking out the door. Frank seemed relaxed. He gave a shout-out to Boogie, and reminded the houseguests that he wasn’t a threat because he couldn’t compete in the next HoH. Joe.joked about being a threat to anyone in the House, thanked the houseguests for the summer, and told them to vote how they felt would help them best. The vote was 3-1 to have Frank evicted! He really didn’t see the backdoor slamming into his face until Julie announced he was indeed evicted. Bon voyage, happy trails, and get a move on Frank! I couldn’t stand another week of seeing Frank’s smug face in the House, looking as though he was entitled to win the game. He really needed Boogie to play for him. One more down, four more houseguests to get through, Dan! After the short celebration, the HoH Competition, Make Your Case was played. Julie Chen read the pleas of evicted houseguests, and the players had to guess who said it. The player with the most correct answers won HoH. After breaking a three-way tie with Danielle and Jenn, Dan continued to assert his dominance in the House by coming out victorious. Dan promptly namerd Joe and Ian as his Nominees. Swimming with the Sharks was the PoV Competition. All of the players were allowed to compete since there were only six of the left in the House. They had to guide a shark fin through a maze then race back to the beginning of the platform and hit a buzzer to win. Ian blazed through the maze to save himself from eviction. Ian really knows how to pull out a win when it counts. I’m happy he won. I’m not ready to see him leave the game yet. Dan needs someone to compete against. At the Veto Meeting, Ian removed himself from the block. Dan announced that his replacement would be non other than his gal Friday, Danielle. A shocked Danielle took Ian’s seat. I thought he did this to guarantee Joe’s eviction. At the Live Vote and Eviction – Part Two, Danielle said she was not ready to leave the game and asked to be kept in the House. Joe thanked all the houseguests, and reminded them of his loyalty. The vote was 3-0 to evict Joe from the BB House. He wasn’t his Foghorn Leghorn-self. He was graceous, said his goodbyes, then left the House. Dan did it, again! This time, it was to someone who deserved it. Looking back, it wasn’t so much of a backdooring, but more of a total manipulation that Dan did on Frank. Unless Ian and the rest of the House gang up on Dan, there’s nothing to stop Dan from winning everything. The only thing Dan should be focusing on now is how to get Jury Votes, since he has had a hand in sending all of its members there so far, along with the other potential members still in the House. Tread carefully, Dan! Check back into my blog to see if Dan can indeed keep up his dominance over the rest of the House! Until my next post, Readers! Reese.

Big Brother 14, Episode #24 – Dan: The Pied Piper of BB 14!

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It’s time for another BB post! It’s as if Dan, in case, we’ll call him The Pied Piper of BB 14, has worked his magic on the houseguests, leading them to their evictions from the BB House. Dan’s magic has worked especially well on Frank because he doesn’t see that Dan is trying to backdoor him out of the House! Will this Pied Piper’s flute continue to keep the House under his spell?   Read on and you’ll see!

Jenn and Danielle were wondering who this week’s target was.  They both thought it was Frank, but Jenn was getting nervous, worrying about the big move she made by taking Dan off the block.  Really, it was Dan’s move that he planted in in her head.  Frank then joined their conversation, thinking that Joe was the intended target.  Frank and Jenn have no idea about the Quack Pack is back and is about to play both of them for suckers.

Frank then has a meeting with Dan in the Storage Room.  Frank still doesn’t trust Dan, but Dan used his sweet powers of pursuasion to make Frank think he’s not the target.  Dan was then trying to convince Frank to throw the PoV competition to make sure Frank stays on the block.  Frank wasn’t sure about this plan, but he was considering it.  In the Diary Room, Dan was laughing at Frank because he was actually thinking about throwing the PoV competition knowing there was a chance he could be leaving the House this week.

Frank then started doubting Dan’s trust and was having second thoughts about throwing the competition.  He has been on the block too many times this summer.He continued to be conflicted about what he should do until this week’s Veto Competition.  In Otev: The Absent-Minded Alien, the HoH, the Nominees, along with Joe, Dan and Danielle, had to listen to a riddle Otev gave them about different departed houseguests, them find a cob of corn with the correct name on it in order for Otev’s flying saucer fuelled up to continue his journey.  The winner is the player who had all of the correct corn cobs at the end of each round, and was not the last player back to Otev.  After many rounds of the houseguests searching for corn cobs in tall grass and gooey ponds, Dan pulls off his magic and wins the PoV.

Dan and Frank discuss what he should do with the PoV.  Dan then convinced Frank that it would be a good idea to use the PoV on Jenn instead of himself.  Frank thought it was to strengthen their alliance and to keep Jenn loyal to Dan.  Dan added he would also tell her that he owed her one for her using the PoV on him last week.  Dan said he would then get Ian to put Joe up as Jenn’s replacement, then Joe would be evicted.  Dan and Frank then told Jenn and Ian the plan, keeping the rest of the Quack Pack in the dark.

At the PoV Meeting, Dan’s plan went off without a hitch.  Dan removed himself from the block, and Ian, pretending to be upset with Dan, used Joe as Dan’s replacement.  The rest of the House were scratching their heads, wondering how Dan got off the block and is now safe while Frank is still on the block.

I’m not sure how he does it, but when Dan talks, people do what he wants.  Maybe his voice is like a magical spell, or he knows mind control.  The Pied Piper even got Frank to trust him.  Frank, who has been battling against Dan for the whole summer, and doesn’t trust.  If I were in Frank’s shoes, I wouldn’t trust Dan as far as I can throw him!  I’m kind of hoping Dan wins the money because so many people are allowing Dan to do whatever he wants, or they haven’t done anything of real significance of heir own free will (example – Danielle).  We’re getting close to the end of the season, Readers.  Check back in to my blog to see if Dan can continue his control over the House, making Frank his next victum.

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 14, Episode #21 – Dan’s the Man with the Master Plan!

Hey Readers,

The BB House is under the Frank’s reign again.  With Danielle and Dan both nominated this week, Dan has to do some fancy maneuvering this week to get both himself and his strongest ally off the block.  Will Ian step up and help out his fellow Quack Pack member, or will he slink back into the shadows again?  This week’s Veto Competition is probably the most important this season.  Let’s see how everything played out…

After the eviction nominations were announced, Britney and Dan put their heads together to figure out how to get both Quack Pack members off the block.  They figured that if they could get Ian to use his veto on Dan, then all they had to do was win the other one to save Danielle.  Britney let Ian in on the plan.  He was not sure if he wanted to go along with this plan.

Draw Something was the name of this week’s PoV Competition.  The HoH, the Nominees, along with Shane, Britney and Jenn had to guess what fans of the popular app had drawn, based on the blanks beneath the picture.  If the player answered correctly, they then had to accept a punishment in order to accumulate points.  The player with the highest score at the end of the game won the Power of Veto.  Prior to the competition, Britney and Dan had discussed that Dan should throw the game, letting Britney win it to save Danielle without having.another Quack Pack memeber go up on the block.  In the Diary Room, he confessed he couldn’t leave winning the veto up to anyone but himself.  He had to win to secure his safety, regardless of the safety of the rest of his alliance.  After Frank gets himself DQ’d and Britney gets herself eliminated, Jenn surprises everyone by pulling out a win, controlling the Power of Veto.

Dan, having to go to a solitary dance party for twenty-four hours, was sulking, trying to find a way out of being evicted this week.  He admitted he would go so far as to stab his allies in the back if that’s what it took to win the game. 

After twenty-four hours passes, the houseguests go to the Have-Not Room where Dan has been.  They opened the door to find a pale, lost-looking and somewhat smelly Dan.  He then spoke with Britney asking her to call the House together to have a House meeting.  This peculiar meeting turns out to be Dan throwing his own funeral. So many tears were shed for Dan’s “death” in the game.  He said something nice about all of the houseguests, even Frank.  Then he got to Danielle.  It seemed as though he severed ties with her, saying she did something against him, and she was dead to him.  This shocked everyone in the House because they all thought that Danielle was Dan’s closest ally in the game.  Danielle was devestated, crying and confused over what had just happened.

Dan was then shown in the Diary Room letting the viewers in on his plan.  He staged this funeral in order to seem a little kooky, but it was a way to shed his old game and to start fresh in the House.  I guess he was trying to be symbolic, you know, like a phoenix rising from its own ashes.  The second part of his plan was to talk to Frank and to sell out the Quack Pack, exposing Ian for his true part in Boogie’s eviction.  Finally, he would throw Britney in the line of fire by suggesting to Frank that the two of them should work together, and replace Dan with Britney because no one would want to put her on the block.  Dan took all of this to Frank and he liked this idea because it would mean he would have a power player on his side who could take him further in the game.  Their alliance would also include Danielle and Jenn in order to have more numbers.

Dan had to then smooth things over with Danielle to keep his plan rolling.  He explained his funeral speech, apologized to her, and let her in on the plan.  She was still very upset with him, but she was okay wih the plan.  The only thing Danielle didn’t like about the plan was that Britney was the target for eviction.  They had become closer as friends, and not telling her was going to bother Danielle.  Frank also let Jenn in on the plan.  Her only concern was the target it would put on her back.  Don’t worry, Jenn, you are seen as expendable.  You should be lucky you’re still in this game.

At the Veto Ceremony, Ian decided not to use the PoV he won in order to try and gain some trust with Frank.  Jenn, going along with Dan’s plan, uses her PoV and removed Dan from the block.  Frank then replaced Dan with Britney.  Dan was celebrating the success of his plan that could have gone wrong at so many times. Britney, Ian and Shane are shocked with this blindside, wondering what happened to the Quack Pack alliance.

Readers, I’m not sure what happened in this episode, but somehow, Dan went from being on the road to eviction to being one step closer to winning $500 000.  I really don’t know how he convinced everyone, including Frank, to go along with his crazy master plan.  After all of this master-minding, Dan has become a very powerful, but also a very targeted player.  He is going to have to keep his friends close and enemies closer.  Then again, in Big Brother, for the most part, friends and enemies tend to be the same thing.  Will Dan’s plan work, sending Britney packing?  How will the Quack Pack respond to Dan’s betrayl?  Will Frank and Dan go to the Final Two together?  Come back to for my next BB post to find out!

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 14, Episode #19 – Ian’s Mission: Accomplished?

Hey Readers!

It was a special episode of BB.  It was a double eviction night! That’s right, two houseguests will be leaving the BB House in one night.  For those of you not familiar with BB, this means that someone will an HoH for about 30 minutes.  It’s great if you have someone in your sights, and you want to get rid of them, but you don’t get to enjoy the other HoH perks, like having an HoH Room, or safety from slop for a week.  Will Ian’s silent mission of getting rid of the Boogie, and eventually Frank, be accomplished tonight, or will the House get swayed by Boogie’s rhetoric, sending Jenn home?  Read on to find out.

Boogie was still reeling from Shane’s decision not to put Dan up on the block. He spoke with Shane about this choice in Shane’s HoH Room along with a gaggle of other houseguests present.  Boogie thought he was being jerked around.  If you remember my last BB post, Boogie thought he could influence Shane’s veto choice by speakjng to him right before the Veto Ceremony.  Boogie has to stop believing his own hype and realize everything can’t go his way all the time.  Shane told Boogie he didn’t jerk him around, and he made a move that would benefit his game.

Boogie was then pressuring Dan to admit it was he that has become the turncoat of their alliance.  Ian, the real turncoat, just sat quietly while Dan, once again, took the heat for Ian’s actions.  That’s really uncool, Ian.

When Jenn and Shane were alone, she then asked him why he would put her on the block.  Shane told her she was a pawn, and that Boogie was the target.  No one likes being the pawn, so Jenn then asked why he didn’t put Joe up.  Shane explained to her that she had nothing to worry about.  Jenn was still wary about this plan once their talk was over.

During the live portion of the show, Julie Chen informed to the houseguests about the double eviction happening that night. The houseguests were shocked and excited about what was to come.  They were also told that the second person evicted that night would become the first jury member, being sequestered at the BB Jury House until Finale Night.

At the Live Vote and Eviction, Jenn gave the “I Love  Everyone” speech, then commented on how it was uncool of her former Coach and teammate to be campaigning against her, and to vote for whoever will advance their game.  Boogie thanked family and friends, then turned to Joe, telling him it was payback time since he saved Joe last week.  The vote was 5-2 to keep Jenn in the House.  I was cheering so loud when I saw Boogie’s hopes and threats die before his eyes.  During his goodbyes, Ian and Boogie spoke to each other, then Boogie told Frank than Ian couldn’t be trusted, then walked out the door.  During the Farewell Messages after Julie Chen’s interview, Boogie learned of Ian’s betrayl.  Boogie was proud of what, he felt, he taught Ian in order to get him evicted.  Thanks, Ian, for inflating his ego even further!  At least Part One of Ian”s plan has come to fruition.

The houseguests then got ready for the HoH Competition, Before or After.  The houseguests had to guess if a certain event Julie Chen described happened before or after another event occured. The winner was the player that got all of the questions right.  At the end of the game, Ian finally came out victorious.  It is bitter-sweet, though, because he finally has power in the House, but it will rushed and short-lived.  Now Ian has a chance to complete his mission in one night.  Let’s see if he can do it.

Everyone was rushed into the House to have the Nomination Ceremony. Ian had about two minutes to decided that he wanted Frank and Ashley up for eviction.  Ah, is this sweet revenge for his failed showmance with Ashley, or is there something else going on that we don’t know about?

Somewhere Over the Veto was the PoV Competition.  The HoH, the Nominees, Shane, Dan and Joe had to find two clovers at the end of their lanes, then had to get the veto.symbol and race to hit the buzzer in order to win the PoV.  After racing back and forth along their lanes, Frank won the PoV to save himself from joining Boogie on the outside of the BB House.

The houseguests then rushed back inside for the PoV Meeting.  Of, course, Frank took himself off the block, forcing Ian to replace him with another player.  Poor Joe was them bestoded with this honour.

At the second Live Vote and Eviction Ceremony, Ashley gave a speech that made no sense.  Surprisingly, Joe just stood up and sat down.  It was probably because of the yammering speech the last time he was in this position.  The vote was 5-1 to evict Ashley.  She became the first BB Jury member, and will be sequestered at the BB Jury House.

Wow! That was a lot of BB for one night.  It got my mind whirling, wondering what to make of Ian’s nominations.  I think Ian’s plans were slightly foilled by Frank’s good luck, or his poor decision making. Why not backdoor Frank to make sure he couldn’t win PoV to save himself?  Was revenge really the reason Ashley was put up?  I can’t wait for the next episode to find out the answers to these questions.

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.