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!