Houseguest At An Disadvantage
Greed Takes Over One Houseguest-All About Big Brother All-Stars BlowOut: Tonight is essentially the calm before the crazy storm that will be the two-hour TRIPLE EVICTION episode on Thursday night — a “Big Brother” first.
It makes sense to bring the “All-Stars” into this first-ever encounter. Suggesting that none of the can plan for this would certainly be a twist.
It also the house from nine to six individuals instantly, setting up the endgame. The question going into tonight was whether all six members of the Committee alliance that Memphis established in the first week would be included in the endgame.
If so, that will be one of the most dominant alliance results in the game’s history and Nicole F is also in that. Seriously, Nicole is utterly flubbing any opportunity she gets to win a match for a three-time participant. She said she wants to begin developing her resume tonight, and ultimately does.
Veto Competition Boils Down To Physical Strength
She never won anything at all, and she was never on the block. It’s as if she wasn’t even in the building, on paper. Except that Janelle did “poor girl” and lied to Da’Vonne about voting out Ian. She was pitting Day against David. So she did things, but nothing perfect, nothing perfect.
“There’s been people that have coasted through this game and not been on the Block. I have too, but i’m better than everyone else in this house.” –Enzo” Even though Cody won the Veto, I won $10k, and he’s made it pretty clear Kevin’s the target this week. I’m feeling pretty good right now.” –David
“Hopefully other Houseguests know that I didn’t make a $10,000 mistake.” –Kevin” David may have just thrown his whole game away for $10k.” –Enzo