It was a busy night in the Big Brother Canada house and it all began with Tom sitting pretty, thinking his target would be evicted with a 10-0 vote. He obviously forgot to ‘Expect the Unexpected’ and Canada’s Power of Veto sure threw him for a loop.
Now, I’m not going to complain about Suzette’s angelic editing this week (only showing her one ‘redneck’ comment about Tom and tearful apology, not every other foul word against him) or the influence Canada has, when in Big Brother it’s usually only Production who interferes. So I’ll stick mostly to the facts.
Tom may be an asshole, but he was royally screwed over by Canada tonight. Which, apparently, was the goal. BRAVO CANADA! You succeeded in making Suzette feel loved and Tom feel fucked. Personally, I like Tom 10 times more than Suzette, whose falsely enthusiastic greetings, questions, exclamations and every single word grates on my eardrums through my headphones. Every. Time. She. Speaks.
Anywho, Canada used the Veto on her and she was all of a sudden safe. Toms face when it was announced was priceless, I’ll admit. I laughed so hard at it, it hurt. And it wasn’t a quick one; it was a lingering look of shock. I may watch it multiple times just for the sheer enjoyment.
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.