Big Brother 16, Episode #8: The House Finally Did Something Right

Hiya Readers!

It’s the second Eviction Night on BB 16, and wow, was it an amazing episode! It was finally like the Big Brother I am used to seeing. There was a lot of drama, lying and back-stabbing…you know, like a good season of this series! Oh, and the House was sort of set right with this week’s Eviction.  Which of the Nominees got the boot?  Read on and find out!

PoV Meeting Continued

Brittany asked to say something right at the end of Episode #7 ended. She went on to sort of defend Devin’s actions.  She explained that Devin had told her that Paola had thrown the BOTB Comp in order to make sure that Brittany would stay on the Block when she was suppose to be her friend. Paola denied Brittany’s accusations, saying that this was a lie. Devin then chimed in, saying that he had even told Hayden and Nicole that Paola was going to throw the Comp because he had wanted Brittany to stay on the Block.  Zach then opened his mouth, saying that Paola sucked at everything so she deserved to be on the Block, and that he was coming after Devin if he got to stay in the House. Everyone else in the BB Living Room was in shock about what had just happened in front of them. Does this mean that the Bomb Squad is over.  Wither way, a bomb just went off in the BB House!

The End of a Bromance?

Caleb was angry with Zach for pretty much exposing the Bomb Squad to the House and for causing such a rift within it.  Even Zach’s biggest ally and “bromance,” Frankie, was not very happy with Zach.  He pretty much told Zach that he was an idiot for saying and doing what he did.  It got to the point where Frankie didn’t want to speak to him anymore and he left the room. Frankie then confessed in the Diary Room that Zach had ruined his game because he was seen as being so close to Zach.

Deny, Deny, Deny

Zach and Paola were lounging in the BB Backyard with a few other HouseGuests, and they got to discussing which of the two of them people should vote for to leave the House this week.  Paola began putting people on the spot, making them feel awkward about how they should answer.  Zach then told Paola to stop making people feel as though they should give a knee-jerk answer.  They then got into a yelling match about how Paola was lying about throwing the BOTB Comp again, making people even more uncomfortable.

Forcing Another Person into the Fold

Devin summoned Hayden into his HoH Room to ask him to replace Zach as the 8th member of the Bomb Squad.  Since Hayden could see where this alliance was going if they were nominating their own members already, he reluctantly agreed to joining the Bomb Squad, but he also confessed that he was really out to dismantle this alliance.

Live Vote and Eviction

Julie Chen gave each of the Nominees a chance to plead their cases to yhe House as to why they should stay. Paola basically spoke about how horrible Devin and Zach were as players was, how she loved everyone in the House, and that she should stay because she is such a positive person. Zach said that Paola was a horrible player, and that if he gets to stay, that his #1 mission the next week would be to see Devin walk out the BB House. This is how the House voted: Paola – 10; Zach – 2. Yep! Paola is finally out of the BB House! This should have been done last week. Finally, in my opinion, the House did something right.

Paola Chatting with Julie Chen on the Outside

During her exit interview, Paola came off flighty, yet angry because Devin screwed with her game. She has her own mind. She could have not thrown the BOTB Comp, but she threw it, along with her chances at the BB 16 crown.

HoH Comp: UNDERWATER POLO Each HouseGuest (minus Devin) had to hit a polo balk with a polo mallet to get the ball into a numbered slot on the other side of a board. The player with the two highest scores would become the next set of HoHs. Once all of yhe HouseGuests had their turn, Nicole and Frankie ended up winning the Comp with scores of 29 (the highest score you can get) and 24. Julie Chen congratulated the winners, marking the end of the episode.

There you have it, Readers! Eviction #2 has come and gone, clearing the decks for another crazy, action-packed week in the BB House.  I wonder what will happen in the House.  Will Devin’s reign of terror see him put up on the Block? Who else will be put up alongside Devin?  What new concoction will the producers make the Have-Nots eat this week?  Find all of these things out by swinging back by to my blog to see how everything pans out!

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 16, Episode #5: A House That Votes in Fear, Stays in Fear

Hi Readers, I guess you can tell by the title of this BB 16 post where this episode is is heading.  It was kind of disappointing to watch. I just shook my head until the closing credits came on. How did all of this come to pass? Read on, Readers, and you’ll understand.

The Bomb Squad was pushing hard for Joey to leave the House. Devin was strong-arming everyone to vote their way all over the House, and it was leaving a bad taste in the HouseGuests’ mouth.

Joey was doing everything she could to get people to see the wisdom of keeping her in the House longer. Her message was a good one: Don’t vote in fear. Vote for your game, not someone else’s.  She was also trying to make side deals with people,but that was not working, either. Joey then decided to switch tactics to those of the Bomb Squad, with a lighter tone. But in true Joey fashion, the method in which she decided to deliver that message wasn’t the best one to go along with.  She decided to create an alter ego, Alex, in order to have a little fun while campaigning for her safety in the game. Well, Alex was a bit ridiculous, as s/he was running around the House in some of the Bomb Squad’s clothes and make-up for stubble to make her point clear. The HouseGuests found her brash and funny, but did it hurt or hinder her efforts?

Sidetracking before revealing the Vote, Caleb decided to see if a showmance with Amber was in the cards for the two of them.  After some counseling from Frankie, he told her about how he noticed her looking at him a lot, and asked if there was something between them. Amber, shocked out of her mind by Caleb’s comments, politely excused herself from the situation, and awkwardly left him to his thoughts. She wasn’t having anything he was dishing out.

The Eviction Ceremony

When given the time to plead their case, Joey said that she was a stringer player than Paola was, and that people should vote with hearts,not out of fear. Paola said she was a better player than Joey, and if they kept her in the House, she would continue spreading her positive energy around to everyone.  I must have not seen all of Paola’s energy-spreading powers, as I do not watch the live feeds, and all I saw her do since she was nominated was curl up in a ball and sob about her situation.  That’s good editing for you!

It was a unanimous Vote: Joey was the first BB 16 HouseGuest to be Evicted from the House.  This may be foreshadowing how the House will tend to vote until the Bomb Squad is left, I guess.  Joey was so bubbly and positive for her exit interview with Julie Chen. It was sad to see her go.

HoH Comp: BB RAGER The HouseGuests had to move six kegs, one by one, while being on a balance beam.  If you fell off the balance beam, you were knocked out of the Comp. The first to get all of their kegs to the other side of the beam for each round would be the next HoHs. Since two HoHs were going to be crowned in this Comp, the House was split into ladies and gents. While the ladies had their separate comp, the guys were above them, throwing Frisbees at them to impede their progress.

Amber won for the first round, making her the first HoH for the week.  Cody had won for the guys.  Once in the BB Living Room, Julie Chen announced that Devin had actually won for the fellas, as Cody’s foot had touched the ground as he was leaping to pressing the buzzer to show that he had finished the task.

I’m not sure if I’m going to enjoy this week as potentially Amber (who will just do as she’s told) or Devin (who will become drunk off of this power) will be the HoH and have a lot of power over the House. Well, the Floaters had their chance to vote to keep a fighter in the game, but they didn’t want to “rock the House.” Now they have to live with the choice they made. hopefully, someone else will step up and take on the Bomb Squad, or with Devin in power, the Bomb Squad will explode on itself, causing for smaller, maybe even smarter alliances to be formed and battle it out in the House. Come on back to my blog to see just how this week in the BB House!

Until my post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother Season 16, Episodes #1 & 2: Welcome to the Jungle!

Hiya Readers!

They’re in! All 16 of this year’s BB16 Houseguests are in the House battling it out to walk away with the $ 500 000 prize.  All of them were so excited about starting the game, not knowing what laid in store for them this season.  How did they enjoy the new twists Julie Chen and the producers threw at them this season? Read on and you shall see!

NIGHT 1
The producers decided to make the season premiere a two-night event.  They split up the Houseguests so that one group of 8 would enter the House on Night 1 (June 25th) while the others entered Night 2 ( June 26th). As usual, Julie Chen was dressed to the nines in this amazing long red dress while exacting doom on welcoming the first group of Houseguests into the House. These players were: Paoula, Devin, Donnie, Frankie, Cody, Nicole, Amber and Joey.

Once all 8 were in the House and chose their beds, the players got acquainted with each other before the battling began.  Of course, some of the Houseguests were checking each other out for potential “future amusement” possibilities (Paoula and Cody), while others were sizing up their competition or figuring out how they were going to fake out their opponents (Donnie).

Once the Houseguests toasted their arrival in the BB House, Julie Chen popped up on the living room’s monitor to speak with them.  She announced to the Houseguests that one of them would become the first HoH of the season.  They all were excited by this news. She also dropped the bomb on the group that the HoH this season would not be safe as they had been in the past.  Most of the smiles left the faces of the players,wondering whether it was worth it to try to win this once coveted position.

After Julie Chen left the Houseguests to themselves for a bit, the ladies of the House got together and decided to form an all-girl alliance. Devin and Donnie also formed a secret alliance in the Storage Room.

HoH Competition #1: GO FLY A KITE
Julie then then reassemble the group to tell them to get ready for the first HoH competition of the summer. Once in the BB backyard, Julie Chen explained how the first comp of the season was going to work.

Each player was on a rolling log while hanging on to a tether.  The tether was attached to a kite that stayed up so long as they were pulling back on the tether.  It was an endurance challenge where the last person standing and their kite was still in the air became HoH.

While the rolling log and random sprays of “sunscreen”did its best to knock the players off balance, one Houseguest did manage to come out on top!  This is the order that the players dropped out of the comp:
Paoula, Joey, Nicole, Donnie, Devin, Cody, Amber (threw it), making Frankie the first HoH of BB 16!

After the Comp is over, the Houseguests are corralled into living room by Julie Chen.  She had Frankie sit in one of the specific orange chairs, then informs them that a second group of Houseguests will be joining them soon, and that a second HoH will be crowned from this group this week. Julie Chen also told them that there will also be only one of the HoH standing by the end of the week.  This, of course brought shock and awe to the Houseguests as they pondered what this season’s twist will affect them.

Julie Chen then ended the show by announcing another twist to the viewers. It’s Team America. The (American) viewers get to vote in the Houseguests that they would want to form an alliance with. These people would the be in a secret alliance, fulfilling missions chosen, again by the American viewers, in order to win $5 000 each per mission! The first member of Team America would be revealed during Night 2 of the season premiere.

NIGHT 2
Julie Chen wore a cute short hot pink dress to kick off Night 2 of the season premiere of BB 16. The final 8 contestants were ready to join the fun and festivities inside the House. These players are:
Caleb, Brittany, Christine, Derrick, Zach, Jocasta, Hayden and Victoria.

Once all inside the House, the first 8 told the second 8 of the first twist of the season (their separate HoH Comp and 2 HoHs this season). Once the news was out, more of the sizing up(some of the guys on each other), checking out (Caleb on Amber, Cody on Brittany) and strategy-making took place around the House.

Julie Chen then gathered the Houseguests back into the liv8ng room so she could tell them the second group of 8 about the two HoH Competition, and what it means for the game.

HoH Competition #2: OVER THE COALS
It was another endurance comp where the players had to hold on for dear life as they were being spun over the BB BBQ pit. The Houseguest who held on the longest would become the second HoH of the summer alongside Frankie. Here is the order in which the Houseguests literally fell out of this comp: Victoria, Brittany, Jacosta, Christine, Zach, Derrick, Hayden, leaving Caleb,who looked liked he was having the time of his life, as the winner.

Julie Chen then asks the Houseguests to return to the BB Living Room. She told the Houseguests that the HoH will each choose two nominees for Eviction. She also let them in on the second new twist of the game: Battle of the Block. Each week, the two pairs of nominees will battle head-to-head in a comp. The winning pair get to come off the Block. As well, he HoH that nominated the loosing pair of nominees gets stripped of their HoH powers, leaving only one soul HoH to rule the nest (almost quite literally since one of their beds jn the HoH Room is a nest-themed bed).

Julie Chen then let the Houseguests chew on this bit of info and then turned to the audience. She introduced the first member of Team America to all of us. This lucky individual is my Jody! She was pleased to have been chosen and can’t wait to get to work. She then instructed the audience to vote for the second member of this covert alliance in the House.

Well, Readers! That about wraps things up for the premiere episode of BB 16! It had a bit of everything, plus new twists to throw off the players’ strategy a bit. As you can see, the Houeeguests this season were thoroughly introduced to the game that could be like finding your way through a jungle in order to win it! Will actual showmances begin to blossom? How will Frankie and Caleb, who are polar opposites, fair as HoHs? Which HoH will be left standing after the Battle of the Block Comp? Pop back to my blog to find out about all of the action!

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 15, Episode #36: The Winner of Big Brother 15 Is…

Hello, Readers!

I decided to be a bit more formal with you because of this episode’s occasion: it’s Finale Night!  Yes, I’m so excited about tonight because one of my picks to win BB 15 had made it to the Final Three!  Yes, sneaky, yet calculating good guy, Andy has wormed his way to this position in the game along with GinaMarie and Spencer.  Which one of these three will win the pivotal HoH, then get the Jury to vote for them to win $500 000?  Read on and you’ll see!

When we left these three in my last post, the Final Three were competing in Part 1 of a three-part HoH Competition called The Greatest Skate.  House Guests  were being swung around the BB roller rink trying to avoid obstacles on the ground to trip them up.  Spencer was finding it hard to hold to his bar as the producers decided to speed up the cords the bars were attached to.  Spencer just couldn’t hang on any longer, and fell.

Andy and GinaMarie were still hanging tough in the game until they were being sprayed with jets of fog, water and foam.  This made Andy and GinaMarie slip and slide all over the rink until Andy’s footing gave out on him, making him let go of his bar and fall.  GinaMarie won the first of three competitions for the HoH, and a by from competing in Part 2.  She was showered with a golden glitter which she ended up choking on in her excitement. Andy confessed he began to wonder whether his fall could have cost him the game.

Part 2 of the HoH Comp called Crab Grab had the fellas rigged up for some wall climbing as they had to find the faces of the House Guests that had been evicted on crab pieces, then climb up a wall ad put them in the correct order of when they left.  Andy and Spencer got to compete individually, and both had a hard time at this challenge.  In the end, good ol’ Andy won Part 2 of the Comp!  At this point, Spencer felt he had to get GinaMarie and Andy to realize just how easy it would be for them to win the game if they took him to the Final 2 with them in order to win $50 000 and at least second place.

GinaMarie and Andy had a private conversation about what they were going to do should either of them won this HoH.  Andy said he would take GinaMarie since Spencer would beat both of them due to the fact that he has less blood on his hands than the two of them.  GinaMarie confessed in the Diary Room that she would probably go with Andy as well.  She was worried about making this move because she felt she would lose to Andy because he was such a good kid, and he deserves to win the game.  Yet, at the same time, GinaMarie could screw him over because she needed the money as well…

Julie Chen then announced to the viewers that Dr. Will Kirby ( a BB icon) had visited the Jury House to speak to the Jurors about the Final Three, and to get them to think about who they were going to vote for to win the game.  He asked the Jury what made each person worthy of the grand prize.  This got Amanda practically yelling at most of the other Jury members, and even some questionable looks shot at McCrae for his opinions that didn’t agree with those she shared.

The show then went to the Final part of the HoH Competition.  For this final part of this HoH showdown, Julie Chen asked them to finish off a statement given by each of the Jury members.  Julie Chen gave them two possible options as to how each person had responded, and the players had to choose which statement was the correct one.  For every correct answer they gave, they got a point, and if one player had more points than the other, the scales they were put on would lower in their favour.  After answering 8 questions about their Jury members, Andy answered more statements correctly than GinaMarie, making him the last, and the most important HoH of the season.  Yay! My pick has made it into the Final 2!

The show then moved quickly to the last Live Vote and Eviction of the season.   Andy apologized to Spencer, telling him he knew he told him he would take him to the Final 2, but he made a promise to GinaMarie from Day 1 that he would take her to the end of the game.  Spencer was the  last evicted House Guest from the House this season, as well as the final member of the Jury deciding who would win the game.

When Julie Chen interviewed Spencer after his eviction, he told Julie he kind of saw his eviction coming, and he was proud of Andy for staying loyal to GinaMarie for all this time.  He was also proud of the fact that he broke the “Pawn Always Goes Home” curse that lingered around the BB game.

It was now time for the Jury to interrogate the Final 2 to decide which of them would win BB 15.  First, Julie Chen introduced Spencer to the Jury as its last member, and got them up t speed as to what happened in the House.  The Julie Chen let the Jury lose on Andy and GinaMarie.  As usual, the questions, ” What was your biggest move in the game,” “What was your biggest obstacle to overcome,” and “Why should we give you the money” were asked, as well as “Why should we give you our vote when you had offended us and called us cockroaches?” by Candice of GinaMarie.  GinaMarie answered that she was upset by Nick’s leaving, that it was not an personal attack against anyone, and that she loved everyone in the House.  Wow, after cussing Candice and supporting her Eviction, GinaMarie sure does know how to do a 180º turn when $500 000 is on the line!

Then Julie Chen gave the Final 2 their last chance to sway the Jury to choose them to win the season.  GinaMarie continued her love fest, flattering the Jury, telling them how great of an opportunity this prize would be for her, and that she was sorry for offending anyone.  Andy said he played the game with his heart, but that he played the game more with his head.  He went on to say that he played both sides of the House in order to get further in the game.  Then the Jurors each put their key in a box with the name of the House Guest they wanted to win BB 15.

To add more suspense to the evening, Julie Chen then brought out the first 5 evicted House Guests so the Jury and the Final 2 could get a better perspective of what they were able to watch from home.  They spoke about all of the controversial events that happened, and how they were affected both inside and outside the House.

Finally, the moment many of you have been waiting for: the winner of BB 15!  The winner had to have at least 5 votes to win.  This was who the Jurors voted for:

Spencer – Andy; McCrae – Andy; Judd – GinaMarie; Elissa – Andy; Amanda – Andy, Aaryn – GinaMarie; Helen – Andy; Candice – Andy; and Jessie – Andy.

If you add it all up, it was a 7-2 vote for my pick ANDY!!!! YES! My pick finally won a season of a show!  My bad luck curse has finally broken!  I don’t think GinaMarie minded too much, just winning $50 000 for second place, and running straight to a somewhat weary, yet nice Nick.  She didn’t let go of him for the rest of the broadcast!  Nick took it all in stride.

Lastly, Readers, Julie Chen announced the winner of the $25 000 America’s Choice prize.  American viewers were asked to vote on who they thought played the game the best, and they would be awarded this prize.  The top 3 vote-getters were Judd, Elissa ad Howard.  Readers, it was no surprise who won…it was Elissa!  If she was chosen by America to be the MVP 3 weeks in a row, of course they were going to choose her to win this prize, too!

After all of this, Julie Chen thanked the viewers for watching this season, and the theme music closed out the show.  It was kind of sad.  I know they have the show on so often to make up for reruns during the summer, but this was my thing to watch!  Oh well, I have 2 seasons of Survivor to watch until next summer to fill this void!  Thanks, Readers, for popping in to catch up on what was happening in the BB 15 House this season.  I really appreciate your support.  If you didn’t know, I am also posting Survivor 27: Blood vs Water right now, so if you wanted to keep up with Survivor, come back to my blog and check out those posts until Big Brother 16 starts up next summer.

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 15, Episode #34: Your Luck Has Finally Run Out

Hey Readers!

It’s yet another Eviction Night on this episode of BB 15!  I know, they’re just throwing the House Guests out at this point  in the season!  With Andy being the HoH this week, it’s be up to McCrae to take his butt out of the fire again if he wants to make it into the Final Three.  Will McCrae be saved by the PoV or some last minute deal?  Keep reading and you’ll see!

After Julie Chen got the viewers caught up on what was happening in the BB House, the show cut straight to Andy announcing his Eviction Nominees.  He put McCrae and Spencer up on the block.  McCrae confessed after the Nomination Ceremony that he had a good chance of going home this week if he didn’t win the Veto.

The Exterminators were in the HoH Room discussing the Veto Competition as well.  They agreed that McCrae can’t win the PoV again.  Andy was also thinking about what would happen if McCrae did win the Veto this week.  He confessed it didn’t matter whether Spencer or GinaMarie were on the block, so long as McCrae went home.

At the Nomination Ceremony, Andy’s decision was revealed.  e put McCrae and Spencer up for Eviction.  Andy said his decision was not personal, and that this week was all about winning the PoV.  McCrae was confused as to why Andy would put him up if they’re in an alliance together.  Spencer didn’t like how Andy put him up on the block instead of GinaMarie, and felt there was something fishy going on between the two of them.

The show then showed the viewers what was happening at the Jury House.  They showed Aaryn, Amanda and Elissa joining Candice, Jessie and Helen.  Yeah, Readers, a House and a Jury full of women could spell trouble for those remaining in the game.  There was some verbal cat fights between Amanda and Candice over who deserved to win the game.  Of course, Amanda was forcing her opinion down everyone else’s throat, preaching about how McCrae should win the game, while Candice thought GinaMaire should win.  No surprise why Amanda would have such strong feelings for McCrae to win, but it was interesting why Candice would want GinaMarie to win after everything that wet down between them.  Maybe it was a girl power feeling, or maybe it was because GinaMarie was the person she liked the most out of everyone else left in the game.  They each argued over how the other’s pick rode on someone else’s coat tails to get where they were.  When Judd joined the ladies, it was a hot/cold sort of reaction to his presence with them.  This was because he had sent some of them to the Jury, while some of them still adored his easy-going manner.

At the last Power of Veto Competition (I’m not sure if the producers gave this Comp a name), the players had to match up the correct House Guests to the clues provided on 14 spiders connected to a web on boards in the BB Backyard.  Some of the clues had more than one correct response, but there was a proper House Guest to make the web work.  The player to correctly figure out this puzzle ad hit their buzzer won not only the Veto, but also put themselves into the Final Three, and got the right to cast the sole Vote, deciding the last person to go on in the game, while sending the other person to the Jury House.  After a lot of pondering and switching around by the House Guests, HoH Andy won the Veto, along with the opportunity to decide who goes along with him to the Final Three.

After the Veto Competition, McCrae was crushed, potentially losing his last chance to stay alive in this game.  He said he was going to try to do anything he could to make Andy see that he should bring him along to the Final Three.  Andy and Spencer were in the HoH Room, trying ot figure out whether he should use the Veto or not.  Spencer confessed he would rather have McCrae go on with himself and Andy, leaving GinaMarie to join the Jury.  He felt threatened by GinaMaire because of all of the support she may have on the Jury, so getting her out would be better for his chances to win the game.

McCrae went to Spencer to make his pitch as to why he should go on in the game.  He let Spencer know about GinaMarie’s potential support on the Jury because she sis what so many others were afraid to do: get rid of Amanda.  I agree, this was a major move in the game, and if Spencer doesn’t take McCrae’s point to heart, he could be making a half a million dollar mistake!

McCrae the went on to make his pitch to stay with Andy.  He told Andy that GinaMarie and Spencer have not made that many enemies on the Jury since they haven’t had to get their hands as dirty as he and Andy have.  He also reminded Andy of how dangerous GinaMarie was in the game.  McCrae also told Andy that if it came down to it, he would take Andy with him to the Final Two because he knew he would lose to Andy, but would have a better chance at winning than against GinaMarie or Spencer.

At the Veto Ceremony, Andy chose not to use the PoV on any of the Nominees.    Right after Andy made his decision, the show moved right along to the last Live Vote and Eviction Ceremony of the season.  When given their chance to try and save themselves, McCrae thanked his family and supporters at home, and told GinaMarie not to worry about what was going to happen, as she was the only one allowed to vote.  Spencer told the House Guests to do whatever she wanted.  In the end, GinaMaire decided to stay true to the Exterminators, choosing to Evict McCrae.

As an extra tidbit, before the Live Vote and Eviction Ceremony, Julie Chen informed the viewers that The Exterminators had outed themselves to McCrae.  They replayed this footage for us viewers to see.  In McCrae’s exit interview, he told Julie Chen he wasn’t sure where his relationship with Amanda was going to go after the show ends because life outside of the House is much different than it is within it.

Well, Readers, McCrae will be missed by me.   He was a funny little character.  The one thing I won’t miss is typing his name!  Now with him out of the way, the Final Three House Guests are Andy, GinaMarie and Spencer.  The next episode will show these three battling it out to become the final HoH of the season, guaranteeing their spot in the Final Two, and also getting to choose who they want to sit beside in front of the Jury on Finale Night for the $500 000 prize.  There are only two episodes left, Readers!  Who do you think will make it, and who will be the last member of the Jury?  Come back to my blog and see how it all plays out!

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 15: Episode #33: Dodged Another Bullet

Hi There, Readers!

This episode was a special night, where a House Guest was going to leave the House a day early McCrae is in a bit of a sticky wicket as he is up on the block with GinaMarie, one of the members of The Exterminators.  He’s alone in the House with no real allies.  His only hope: winning the PoV to take himself off the block, giving him another shot to win the next HoH.  Does he have what it takes to get himself out of the hole he is in? Continue reading and you’ll find out!

While McCrae worried about his safety in the House, Spencer, GinaMarie and Judd were in the HoH Room talking about what would happen if McCrae did the unthinkable and win the PoV to save himself.  Judd asked Spencer who he would put up.  Without really skipping a beat, Spencer said it would be Judd.  Judd was taken aback for a moment, then tried to get Spencer to change his mind.  Judd later confessed he found it weird that Spencer would be shielding Andy at this point in the game instead of himself.

GinaMarie and McCrae were asked to go into the Diary Room.  They came back out, their friendship bracelet cut, letting everyone know their punishment was officially over.  Judd was released from his punishment after having to do 75 sit-ups in the BB Living Room.

Spencer and Andy were keeping up the ruse to get McCrae to let down his guard so he wouldn’t fight so hard for the Veto.  They were also making sure they were on McCrae’s good side should he win the Veto and then win the next HoH competition so they could then work with him and get further in the game.

This week’s Power of Veto Competition had a special guest host.  It was none other than last season’s winner, Ian!  In Super Veto, a of the House Guests and Ian were dressed in superhero tights and capes.  The players had to put together a puzzle.  The trouble was that they only had 20 seconds to keep the the board the pieces were stuck to magnetized.  They had to fly, with the help of wire harnesses, between their boards and a button that reset their time to 20 seconds.  If a player does not get back to their board within 20 seconds, all of their puzzle pieces would demagnetize, making all of their pieces fall off the board and having the player start from scratch.  If the player then didn’t get back to the buzzer to reset the timer within 10 seconds, then they would be eliminated from the game.  After many restarts, Judd dropped out of the game to help Andy, while McCrae used his pizza delivery boy powers to serve himself up a much needed win, dodging yet another bullet in the game.

After the Veto Competition, Spencer and GinaMarie were talking in the HoH Room about what was going to happen next.  Spencer said Judd was definitely going up on the block because of how he quit the Veto comp to help Andy and no other Exterminator, as well as for his suspicious nature.  The two of them.also swore to have each other’s back for the rest of the game.  Let’s see how long this pact lasts for!

Judd went to Spencer to talk about Spencer’s next move.  Judd felt that he would be the one to be leaving over GinaMarie.  Spencer tried to get him to cool down, telling him he was safe, but Judd didn’t believe Spencer.  Judd then became nervous, which then made Judd take a hissy-fit, cursing and tossing things all over the House.  Judd’s behaviour was not doing him any favours with the rest of the House Guests.

At the Veto Meeting, as expected, McCrae took himself off the block.  Spencer then replaced him with Judd.  This made Judd do one of the craziest things I’ve ever seen a player do in the BB House.  He decided to tell everyone that his one and only target was McCrae, and that he was coming after him.  I know, Readers, it seems kind of crazy for Judd to do this, but I get what he was trying to accomplish.  His rationale was this: if the House Guests thought Judd was going after Judd, they would vote GinaMarie out so they could still work together to get McCrae out.  Where Judd went wrong was how he went about it.  You don’t announce it to the House the way Judd did.  You go to each person and explain your plan to them, so you don’t lose a vote, like Judd did with McCrae.

At the special (and early) Live Vote and Eviction Meeting, Judd reiterated his intentions of solely going after McCrae, even they were allies at the beginning of the game.  Gina Marie reminded the guys that she was loyal, and always tried her best to compete in the game.  Once again, Readers, it was a pretty predictable Vote.  It was yet another unanimous 2-0 vote to evict Judd.  Oh,  Judd, it’s your second eviction!  At least he saw this one coming, unlike his first one.

During Judd’s exit interview, Julie Chen asked him about why he dissolved his alliance with Elissa, and whether or not it was a mistake.  He said he couldn’t take Elissa irrational and indecisive behaviour, so no, he didn’t make a mistake in cutting himself loose from her.

Before or After was the next HoH Competition.  Julie Chen gave the players, except for Spencer, a series of events, and they had to decide whether they took place before or after another series of events.  Each correct answer gave them a point.  The player with the most points after 7 rounds would become the HoH.  It was a close one, Readers, as it was a three-way tie between all of the players.  It came down to them being asked to figure out how many seconds it took for McCrae to win the PoV.  Andy was the closest to this number, making him the HoH!

Wow, Readers, it was a crazy shortened week in the BB House! McCrae saving himself, and then Judd having his huge freak-out and eviction! The next episode will also have an eviction, so we’ll be seeing yet another House Guest leave the House and join the Jury. Who will be the next HoH? Will McCrae dodge yet another bullet and make it into the Final Three? Who will be joining the Jury? Check back into my blog to find out!

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 15, Episode #31: Well, That Was Sort of Expected!

Hello Readers!

It the last Double Eviction Night of the season! Oh, Readers, these nights are always fun to watch because two people leave the House in one night, but you usually are able to find out who the second House Guest is that’s getting evicted because there isn’t much time for people to make deals.   Will Amanda be one of the House Guests evicted, or will Spencer’s luck run out?  Read on to find out!

Now that Amanda’s fate was all but sealed, she decided to go to Elissa to do the somewhat unthinkable: to ask Elissa for her vote to stay in the House.  Amanda told Elissa that if she stayed, there would be 3 people having her back (Amanda, McCrae and Andy), forming a Final Four deal.  She also reminded Elissa that if Amanda left, then Elissa would be following close behind her.  Elissa took Amanda’s words to heart, and decided to go along with this plan.  To seal the deal, Elissa gave Amanda her wedding ring as collateral.

Elissa let McCrae and Andy in on her deal with Elissa.  Andy confessed he was worried because if he didn’t vote for Amanda to leave, his scheme would be found out, hurting his chances at winning the game.  McCrae told Amanda not to trust Elissa, because she could double-cross you.

After Andy met with Amanda, he made a bee line straight to The Exterminators to share this information with them.  While Andy was squealing to his real alliance, Amanda and McCrae spoke about how their plan had to work, and how Andy wouldn’t flip on them.  Amanda felt Andy was the only person they could trust in the House.

Before the Live Vote and Eviction, Julie Chen told the House Guests about this episode being the 500t episode of Big Brother, as well as the second Double Eviction Night they were about to go through.  The House Guests were both excited and worried about what was going to happen throughout the evening.  When it came time for the Nominees to speak, Spencer gave a shout out to his family and friends at home.  Amanda told the House Guests that they were like family to her, and that could benefit from her staying in the House.  The Vote was an interesting one, Readers.  This week was the first time there was a tie for Eviction.  GinaMarie, as HoH, had to make the final decision as to who stayed.  After putting on her baseball cap, she “politely” told Amanda to “get the steppin’.”  For those of you who don’t know what this means, GinaMarie wanted Amanda out of the House.  Yes, Amanda is out of the House!  Oh, happy day!  Before Amanda left the House, she turned to Andy and told him she thought she could trust him.  Andy said that she still could and went through the door.

Again, I don’t usually talk about Julie Chen’s exit interviews, but Amanda’s was a bit entertaining.  Basically, Julie Chen asked Amanda whether she thought she as a bully to some of the House Guests.  Amanda answered that she didn’t think she was a bully.  Julie pressed Amanda a bit further, giving Elissa as an example, and Amanda responded that it was her game-play, and that she wasn’t like this in her life away from the game.  Julie Chen also asked Amanda about the exchange between herself and Andy.  She said it was for the benefit of those in the House, and that it was fake.  She was trying to save Andy from any suspicion of being loyal to her.  When viewing the Goodbye Messages, Andy told Amanda that he had voted for her to be evicted because it was best for his game.  Let’s just say that Amanda was none too please to see this message after being evicted.

The remaining House Guests were ready to play Go Fetch, the HoH Competition for this Double Eviction Night.  The House Guests had to race across part of the BB Backyard to a dog pen to find 2 dog bones hidden under a pile of straw-like material.  They could only take one bone to their doggy bowl at a time.  The first competitor to find both bones then grab a key to open their pen would win the HoH position.  McCrae scrambled to finish first, making him the Ho for the night.

After getting bombarded by some of the House Guests as to who he should nominate, he chose GinaMarie and Elissa as his nominees for Eviction.

At the Veto Competition, The BB 500, all 6 House Guests had to push their car through a race course maze in order to win the Power of Veto.  It was had to guess who would win this Comp, but, surprisingly, Judd was victorious, winning this ever so important PoV.

At the Veto Meeting, after hearing GinaMarie and Elissa’s reasons as to why he should use the PoV on them, Judd decided not to use the Veto.

At the second Live Vote and Eviction, it was pretty apparent who was going home based on the looks on certain people’s faces.  By a unanimous 3-0 vote, Elissa was the next House to be exterminated by The Exterminators.  It was sad to see Elissa leave the House.  I had grown fond of her, and I wanted her to make it to at least the Final Three.  The Mom Squad is officially out of the BB House.

Wow, Readers!  The show went by in a blur!  I’m sure we’ll be getting all of the back story to this Eviction Night, as well as the next HoH Comp in the next episode of BB 15.  This episode was fantastic, but also not surprising.  I went from being o top of the world to being a bit sad.  At least my last pick, Andy is still working his butt off to stay in the game.  Maybe he’ll be the next HoH, as it will guarantee that person a one-way ticket into the Final Four.  Who will win the HoH this week?  Will McCrae’s decision to get rid of Elissa bite him in the butt now that he’s alone in the House?  Will The Exterminators make it through without any casualties?  Come back to my blog to see how everything plays out!

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 15, Episode #28: Julie Chen Saw Through the Smokescreen

Hi Readers!

It’s another Eviction Night episode on BB 15.  This eviction will permanently break the 3 AM alliance apart.  Either way, a very strategic player will be leaving the House.  As well, a new alliance was formed to rid the House of Amanda and McCrae.  The best part of this episode was Julie Chen.  She saw through a smokescreen of fake comments, and she made sure it didn’t slide through the cracks of one of her interviews during the show.  How did everything play out?  Read below and you’ll see!

Amanda was still on her mission to taunt and humiliate Elissa at any chance she could around the House.  The House Guests were getting pretty sick and tired of Amanda’s antics.  Spencer finally broke the House’s silence about Amanda’s behaviour.  He asked Amanda to stop bothering Elissa, telling her she was acting like a bully.  Amanda answered back by saying she was not bullying Elissa, and that Elissa deserved everything she was dishing at her.  Andy confessed Amanda’s constant outbreaks were not helping his game since the House knew he was aligned with her.

In the BB Backyard Spencer, Andy, GinaMarie, and Judd were discussing the Amanda and McCrae situation.  With Spencer leading their pow-wow, they decided that this showmance had to leave the House, or else the two of them would be in the Final Two.  They also agreed to create an alliance to rid the House of this showmance.  Since they were getting rid of he last showmance in the House, they named their alliance The Exterminators.

Aaryn, worried about her chances of staying in the House after this week, went to talk to Amanda to see where her loyalty lies within their alliance.  I guess Aaryn figured Amanda would have sided with hr since it was Aaryn did all of Amanda’s dirty work for her she may have assumed Amanda would throw her a bone and try to keep her around longer…no such luck.  Amanda let Aaryn know that she and McCrae were giving their votes for Andy to stay.  Amanda confessed in the Diary Room that she and McCrae were going to support Andy over Aaryn because Amanda was able to trust Andy more than she could Aaryn.  Aaryn started crying because because she felt as though now no one had her back in the House.

Aaryn began her to campaign for votes with some of the other House Guests. She was trying to persuade Spencer and Judd to vote for her, but they didn’t give it to her.  Since they couldn’t reveal they were apart of The Exterminators, they told her she would think about saving her.

Aaryn decided to go back to Amanda and McCrae to try and change their mind about their votes.  Aaryn thought by throwing Andy under the bus that it would change their minds.  Aaryn told Amanda and McCrae Andy was in cahoots with Spencer and Judd to get rid of them (Aaryn was only guessing this.  She was unaware that Andy actually was part of The Exterminators). Amanda, wanting to get to the bottom of any plan against her, called Spencer over and asked him if what Aaryn said was true.  Spencer went on the defensive, and became angry at Aaryn for throwing his name into something he wasn’t a part of.  After arguing with Aaryn, Spencer went away in a huff, making Aaryn’s story more believable to Amanda.  Amanda and McCrae began to throw around with the idea of keeping Aaryn instead of Andy.

At the Live Vote and Eviction Ceremony, when given the chance to try and save themselves, Aaryn said she missed her family and friends, and that she enjoyed her time in the BB House. Andy said he hoped he wasn’t going to be evicted, and that he loved Anderson Cooper. It was another unanimous Vote…Aaryn was finally evicted from the BB House!!! We did a happy dance as we watched her go through the front door.

As many of you have noticed, I don’t talk about Julie Chen’s exit interviews with the House Guests. Due to how awesome this episode’s interview with Aaryn was, I really had to share it with you!  After Julie Chen sat Aaryn down to talk Julie Chen proceeded to ask her about the unfavourable comments she made about some of her fellow House Guests. Aaryn’s response was that she was from the South, and that everyone where she was from talks and jokes around like that, and that she didn’t mean to disrespect anyone or hurt their feelings.  Quite a different line than the one she gave earlier in the season to Team Aaryn while she was in power.  Julie Chen saw through Aaryn’s lines of BS, and read aloud certain racial and homophobic comments she said about Helen, Candice and Andy.  Aaryn tried to explain she wasn’t trying to be mean about what she said, making her seem worse to anyone watching.  At my place, we were all yelling at the TV at Aaryn’s attempts to make Julie Chen and the viewers at home understand what she meant by her comments. We were also so happy that Julie Chen didn’t let Aaryn’s explanation slide by so easily. We were so proud of her. We cheered Julie Chen on throughout the whole segment. Way to go, Julie Chen!

After all of the excitement, Julie Chen announced it was time for the HoH Competition. This week’s game.was.called Big Hoppertunity.. Each of the House Guests had to pick up an egg from behind a fence to chicken wire, wind it through an HoH path on the fence, then hop it over to their colour-coded egg cartons.  The player who filled their carton with unbroken eggs first would be the new HoH.  Julie Chen also announced a twist in the game.  She told the House Guests that the three players who had the least amount of eggs in their cartons by the end of the competition would be punished by having to wear a chicken costume for 48 hours.  Unfortunately, Readers, the Comp had barely begun by the time the show ended.  It will continue into the next BB episode.

Ah, sweet relief, Readers!  Aaryn is finally out of the House!  She should have left many weeks ago.  After everything she has done this season to other people, I don’t believe she deserved to win the $500 000 prize.  Now Amanda needs to leave the House. She’s way to unstable to stay in the House.  Hopefully, The Exterminators will stick to their plan and get her out.  Who will win this week’s HoH Competition?  Are Amanda and McCrae be safe this week, or does Elissa have a lot more than Amanda’s wrath to worry about? Come back to my blog to see how everything plays out!

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 15, Episode #22 – If I Go, I’m Taking All of You Down With Me!

Hey There, Readers!

This season when from having two dominant players to one.  One of these players is being ensnared in a trap that will probably have her back-doored next week.  Besides this happening, one of the nominees is unaware of the fate that is to befall her until it’s too late.  How will she take the fallout? Keep reading and you’ll see!

To keep even more blood off of his hands, Andy wanted Jessie to be unaware of her actually being the target this week.  Jessie, already beginning to feel a weird vibe about what was happening in the House, went to Andy to gain some reassurance about her place in the House.  Andy, lying through his teeth, told her she was safe.

Jessie was still getting this paranoid feeling when she was around Helen and Elissa because Jessie thought they were ignoring and excluding her while spending a lot of time with Spencer all of a sudden.  She decided to talk to Helen about how she felt.  Helen told her she was cool.  Jessie then went back to Andy, thinking he could give her more insight as to what was going on.  Andy told Jessie she was cool and to not worry about anything.

Andy, trying to ward off a disaster, went to Helen to tell her to put in a better poker face around Jessie as she was getting suspicious about what was really going on this week because Jessie was feeling the cold.shoulder from Helen and Elissa.  Helen thought Jessie was being ridiculous and stupid, but she would try to be more friendly towards her.

Helen was speaking to Aaryn, Amanda and Jessie, and Helen started throwing Jessie under the bus about Jessie trying to get rid of Amanda for the past few weeks.  When Helen and Jessie were alone, Jessie wanted to know why Helen would do this.  Helen, trying to rewrite history to save her butt, said she wanted Jessie to wait to start campaigning against Amanda, and that she was mad Jessie went ahead and tried to go after Amanda before Helen was ready.  Jessie couldn’t believe what she was hearing (and neither could I), telling Helen this was not true, and that she had been loyal to Helen for the past 3 weeks.

Jessie tried to clear her “good” name around the House by going to Amanda and outing Helen, telling her that the Mom Squad have been after her for some time now.  Amanda, not wanting for any more BS to go around the House, called out Jessie and the Mom Squad for trying to back-door her for the past few weeks.  Helen then turned on Jessie, saying Jessie was trying to ruin her game, asking her why she was trying to out the Mom Squad.  Jessie responded that it was true what they were doing.  Helen shot back that Jessie was one the block, and that it would be Jessie walking out the front door of the BB House when the Live Vote and Eviction takes place.

Helen and Jessie continued their difference of opinions outside of the HoH Room, so every one who could hear were privy to their conversation.  Jessie exclaimed Helen threw her under the bus, and Helen denied it, saying Jessie misheard what she said.  Helen also tried to cover up her tracks by saying she didn’t remember saying certain things, or that she had no recolition.  Yes, Readers, Helen said recolition, not recollection.  You know someone is lying through their teeth when they start fumbling words like that!  Amanda even commented on Helen’s back peddling, saying that Helen was coming off as looking shady for not owning her actions in this situation.

Helen was talking with Amanda, Andy and McCrae about Jessie being this week’s target while doing damage control.  What this group didn’t know was Jessie just happened to be outside of the room they were talking in listening at the door.  This sent Jessie into a rage.  In the Diary Room, she declared this was the beginning of Operation: Bring the House Down!  Jessie said if she was leaving the BB House this week, she was going to ruin the games of anyone else she could and bring them down with her.  Hell hath no fury like a Jessie scorned, Readers!

Jessie approached Andy, telling him she heard everything that was said in the room.  Andy wanted to know what she heard before saying anything else.  Smart man!  Jessie asked, “What do you think I heard, Andy?”  Andy, playing dumb, said he didn’t know what she heard.  Jessie, upset with Andy’s responses, went to cause trouble elsewhere in the House.

Jessie found GinaMarie and Spencer, and told them she knew about the plan to get rid of her.  GinaMarie, taking a page out of Andy’s book, said she wasn’t aware of any plan.  Spencer just apologized for the position Jessie was in.  Jessie, stirring the BB pot, told GinaMarie about Aaryn talking smack about her behind her back.  GinaMarie, whether she really was aware of it or not, told Jessie she was aware of what Aaryn was doing.  Jessie then let them in on her plan to blow everyone in the House out of the water and left the HoH Room while Aaryn was entering it.

Aaryn wanted to know what was going on with Jessie.  GinaMarie, brushing Jessie off, told Aaryn that JEssie didn’t say anything bad.  Aaryn, getting upset at GinaMarie’s calmness to Jessie’s actions, told GinaMarie to stop acting like nothing’s wrong, and to stop telling her to stop thinking so negatively.  GinaMaire, getting a bit upset herself, told Aaryn to check herself before she continued yelling at her.  Aaryn shot back by saying GinaMarie was talking crazy.  GinaMarie, had had enough of Aaryn’s babyish behaviour and  started yelling, telling Aaryn to go and tell everyone about their spat, and how bad GinaMarie was.  GinaMarie was carrying on so much, she decided to wake the whole House up to talk about what Aaryn says about GinaMarie behind her back, so Aaryn wouldn’t put her spin on what happened.  Aaryn kept saying GinaMarie was acting crazy, asking her why she was doing this.  Oh, Readers, Jessie’s plan sort of worked.  It did get the House into a bit of a tither, but the people she really was hoping to expose with her plan were not really harmed.

At the Live Vote and Eviction, when given the chance to sway the other House Guests, Jessie said she tried to play the best game she could, and she had a great time.  Spencer gave a shout-out to his brother who was celebrating a birthday.  Once again, there’s no need to show how the Vote went, Readers.  It was another unanimous vote to evict Jessie.  No one surprised by these results.

Way Off-Broadway was this week’s HoH Competition.  The players would hear a song based on either an HoH Competition, a Have/Have-Not Competition or a Veto Competition.  It was done in two-player head-to-head rounds.  The player that hit the correct buzzer first would move on to the next round.  The winner would be the last person standing and the HoH.  If you buzzed in and were wrong, you were eliminated.  If no one buzzed in, then both players would be eliminated.  After many rounds of buzzing in, Aaryn, for the fourth time this season, was crowned HoH.  Hooray.  Yes, Readers, the fanfare I displayed there was purely sarcastic.

What kind of trouble will Helen find herself in this week with her “ally,” Aaryn as HoH?  If a big move is going to happen, this would be the week to do it.  We may be seeing Helen be voted out after all of her shenanigans.  If this big move does happen, Helen may not be gone for long.  Why, you ask?  Well, Julie Chen announced that after this week’s Live Vote and Eviction, one of the evicted Jury members will be chosen by the American viewers to come back into the game!  Ha ha!  It would be great if whoever gets sent back into the game actually go t to stay around a bit longer than a week or two.  Who would I choose to be unleashed back into the House?  Judd.  He’d better actually start playing instead of being so nice all the time.  Find out the answer to this question, as well as who will be put up for Eviction, and how Helen does this week in the House by dropping back in on my blog!

Until my next post, Readers!

Reese.

Big Brother 15, Episode #13 – Don’t Count Your Chickens…

Hey Readers!

What a wonky Eviction Night! Wow, the House really surprised me this week with who they voted out.  And the new HoH just makes me more excited about the rest of this season! What happened, you ask? Read on and you’ll see!

Before seeing what happened after the PoV Ceremony, Julie Chen revealed to the audience the break-down of America’s votes as the MVP.   Aaryn was America’s first choice, but since Judd had nominated her for Eviction, Elissa, America’s next choice got bumped up to the first nominee for the MVP.  GinaMarie got the third highest amount of votes, and will be the replacement nominee should Elissa take herself off the block with the Veto.

The House a divided as to whether Aaryn or Kaitlin should be the House Guest to leave the House this week. While speaking to Aaryn and Jessie about evicting Kaitlin because she such a threat in competitions, Judd also shared his dislike for Aaryn with Elissa and Helen because of her shady actions and mean girl-like tendencies.  Judd then went to Candice and Howard, and even they were conflicted as to how to vote.

Aaryn was in the campaign trail, making a deal with Helen where if Helen and Elissa both don’t vote for Aaryn to leave this week, and Aaryn becomes HoH this week, Aaryn will do whatever they want her to do.  Aaryn went to Elissa with this same deal, but Elissa was not sure if Aaryn could be trusted.

Judd let the secret about alliance against Aaryn, Amanda and Elissa out of the bag. He told Helen, Andy, Jessie (a few of them that were also part of this same alliance) why they formed the alliance, and not to let Howard and Spencer know that he spilled the beans. They also discussed Kaitlin possibly leaving the House this week because she was a threat to win the game.  Helen then made a bee line to Elissa and Amanda to let them in in the news, and to keep their mouths shut about what they were just told.

Maybe some secrets should be kept away from Elissa because she went blabbing away to Kaitlin about it! Elissa asked Kaitlin if she was a part of the alliance while they were primping themselves in the bathroom. Kaitlin was upset over the secret being out, and wanted to call the House out to find out what was going on. Unfortunately for Elissa, Aaryn was skulking in the bathroom, listening to their whole conversation, ready to start drama because Aaryn thought Elissa sharing this information with Aaryn, and not her, was breaching their deal. Kaitlin then went to Spencer and Howard to let them know the jig was up, and they said they were going to play it off.

Helen found out that Elissa opened her mouth about the secret alliance when Aaryn entered the room, complaining that she wasn’t let in in the news. Kaitlin, who was also present, asked Elissa why Elissa said anything. Helen said it was because of Elissa’s vendetta against Aaryn. Spencer and Howard then entered the room, and they were barged with questions about their alliance. They played dumb, saying they knew nothing about this alliance. Aaryn and Elissa then got into a yelling match in front of the whole House! Howard confessed that maybe Aaryn should go home because of the trouble she starts with other House Guests.

The show then cut back to Julie Chen announcing it was time for the Live Vote and Eviction Ceremony. When the nominees were asked to give their final words, Aaryn thanked everyone in the House for a great summer, Kaitlin thanked House as well for her summer on BB 15, and GinaMarie thanked both the House Guests and her supporters at home, as well as telling Nick she missed him.

Here is how the Vote went down:
Aaryn – 0; Kaitlin – 9; GinaMarie – 0.
Yeah, the House got rid of Kaitlin! Crazy, huh!

Julie Chen then tells the audience that America will be the MVP again next week, getting to decide who will be the third nominee this week.   I love how this twist on a twist is playing in the House!  It’s keeping the House Guests confused and on their toes where their game-play is concerned.

At the HoH Competition, Roulette Me Win, the House Guests had to roll a ball over a play area with bumpers and have it land on the highest number possible on a revolving roulette table to become the next HoH. After everyone, except Judd, had their turn, Aaryn, went from being on the block to becoming the next HoH, repeating Helen’s pattern two weeks prior.

Oh, Readers! What is going on here? As I said in my last BB 15 post, this week’s vote was a no-brainer! Aaryn should have been speaking to Julie Chen, not Kaitlin. How did Helen and Elissa think they could trust Aaryn over the possibility of Kaitlin winning HoH. Especially after they knew what the HoH Competition was going to be? It was a lucky roll Aaryn had to get the highest number possible on the roulette wheel. What kind of torture will Aaryn put the House through this week as HoH? Will Elissa make it through this week, not being able to play the Veto? Who will Aaryn put up for Eviction? Who will America put up as their MVP nominee? Bring yourself back to my blog to find out!

Until my next next post, Readers!

Reese.