In a game where you live and die by your strategy (or lack thereof) the worst choice that can be made in Big Brother has claimed another victim. Yes, my dearies, yet another ‘Willing Pawn’ has bitten the dust. Danielle, in her Big Brother Obliviousness volunteered to be Jillian’s replacement nominee to get on better terms with her. After agreeing however, Danielle didn’t hesitate to go back to Gary and Suzette to bash Jillian and lay out her master plans – in front of Liza, no less. The idiocy actually astounds me.
Liza, being….herself, ran to Tom who turned to Emmett, who informed Jillian in the twisted game of telephone that is Big Brother. The tides quickly turned against Danielle and she was shocked when she was voted out by a vote of 8 – 3.
The HOH Competition was a standard Majority Rules; however there may have been foul play afoot. According to some of the boys talking in the kitchen after the feeds came on, Production failed to cover all reflective surfaces in the backyard. Meaning people could see what other people were answering – the basis of the entire competition. It explains what there was a five (or was it six or seven?) way tiebreaker.
In the end, Tom wrote down the highest number (without going over) and is now HOH. Though he’s not too popular, I have to admit he’s kinda growing on me. The power trip he’s already on is keeping it tamed, but he’s great to watch in the game.
Already in his HOH Suite when the feeds returned, it wasn’t long before he shared his plans. He’s choosing to not backdoor Gary after realizing if Gary won Veto, both he and another target of his would be safe. He’s settled on a Suzette/Gary nomination from the onset so he can guarantee one of his two major targets would go home. We’ll see how the noms fall when they happen, either tomorrow or Saturday.
Tomorrow however is the dreaded Have-Not Competition. Here’s to hoping that Talla, Peter or Alec don’t get a second straight week. Type ya later!