When Tom won Head of Household on Thursday night, he made his intentions clear. Put Gary and Suzette on the Block, make a deal with Suzette and send Gary out the door. Oh, how things can change in a Big Brother house.
Shit went down off camera; Suzette had an ‘outburst’ and apparently threatened Tom, insinuated abuse, among many other things. Beginning with Danielle’s shocking (to Sue) eviction, Tom winning HOH her general feelings overflowed in a not so nice way.
Cue Toms complete One-Eighty. Last night, before nominations Gary and Tom had a conversation in the HOH. They cleared the air between them; however Tom did inform Gary that he was putting him on the Block. He wanted to give Gary the chance to take himself off by winning POV, but also said that he would take him off the block himself if he won.
Well, Tom did win Veto today, and talk seems to indicate he will use the POV on Gary. In fact, yet another brainless person (in this case, AJ) offered himself up as a pawn. Because we all know how well that works out.
So, it looks like Gary Glitter is safe for another week, Suzette is the most likely to meet Arisa and AJ wants to be on the show enough to offer to go on the block. How fun.
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!
After winning the HOH this week, [Lumber] Jillian had to make her nominations earlier today. Jill talked Talla (having been the second last person left in the HOH Competition) into dropping by promising her safety. She promised the same to many people, including Emmett (duh!) and Tom.
With a genuinely good rapport with the majority of the house her nominations were no doubt a struggle for her. One rule of Big Brother is when you have power one week, act carefully with strategy, and be sure not to screw yourself in the long run. Don’t make enemies. Suzette did with her nominations last week, forcing an alliance between two of the strongest guys in the house and painting a target on her back. We’ll see how that plays out as the weeks go on.
When feeds returned after an excruciatingly long block (I took that time to catch up on some sleep), the outcome was Gary and Aneal on the chopping block.
Both talk a lot, using the social game & both trying to get on everybody’s good side. They’ll have the chance to win Veto to ensure their safety in the game but until that happens, maybe as soon as tonight or tomorrow, they’ll be feeling the pressure.
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After winning Veto, Tom took himself off the Block. Suzette, the HOH, named Kat as the replacement nominee. She’s fucking pissed (Obviously!) as the Popular/Buff/Girl Magnet Emmett has the majority of the house on his side.
Once again, the Cool Chick is the first to leave a Big Brother House. But if she has her way, she could cause chaos in the game – as any good first-evicted would want.
Super-tight with Anul, there may be a secret identity story about to be planted in the house. The plan calls for Anul to claim post eviction Kat used to babysit him, their family somehow being friends who fell out of touch many years ago. Complete bullshit, of course, but Kat wants to make waves. There may or may not be a hurriedly whispered conversation before departure to someone of her choosing.
For Anul, this could either be very idiotic or very smart. I’m betting it’s the former. Getting yourself embroiled in a scheme like this in the first week, with someone who was evicted… That just spells stupid.
Who knows what is going to go down after the eviction tonight, but I can’t wait to see the first live Head of Household Competition.
…What about you?