It was a crazy day in the Big Brother 16 house as Hayden used the veto and Frankie named Amber as the replacement nominee. Oh, and Zach blew up at the ceremony, helping Team America succeed in their mission for the week. Find out what else happened on the Big Brother Feeds so far today in the house.
Big Brother 16 Live Feed Highlights – Monday, July 28, 2014:
Ready to find out what happened in today’s Veto Ceremony for Big Brother 16? The Feeds have returned and the expected results were confirmed as a bigger plan continued down its path.
After last week’s dramatic last-minute flipping with Cody’s decision to shift targets we were in for a much more predictable result, though not everyone in the house saw this coming.
Read on to find out the latest Big Brother spoilers and discover who is now on the block.
Since Big Brother Houseguest Caleb Reynolds was yet again told that Amber Borzotra was not interested in him it seems to be settling in but he’s not taking it too well. Last late night Caleb was acting out again against Amber and it’s got some fans asking if production needs to step in.
Flashback to 5:26AM BBT 7/28 on your Live Feeds (Get the Free Trial now) to find Caleb standing over Amber while she sleeps. He starts signaling to Cody that he wants to hit Amber with a pillow. Caleb slowly pulls one off her bed, hides behind the door, and throws it at her as she sleeps.
Okay, first off, it’s a pillow. No one was hurt. Should he have done it? No. It was childish & stupid, but I don’t think it’s going to get anyone ejected from the game. However, what he started talking about next might require a visit to the Diary Room for a reminder about what’s not acceptable.
Throughout the morning Caleb went around bragging to the guys that he had hit Amber in the head with a pillow. Flashback to 9:50AM BBT as he retells it to Derrick. Then jump to 10:15 AM as he talks with Frankie in the HoH room about it before taking it to the next level.
Caleb tells Frankie he wants to cut up a banana and put it in her food without her knowing. Amber hates bananas and listed it as one of her biggest fears in her bio from CBS. He knows that and it’s why he suggests taking that action. I’m not convinced he’d really do it, but come on Caleb, grow up.
Do you think Big Brother should just let it be or does Caleb’s behavior warrant a discussion in the DR?
After Team America failed to initiate an argument between Zach and Christine at the Nominations Ceremony their plans have changed. Not only is Team America substituting a new target, but Big Brother seems to be allowing them to swap out the original requirements.
Instead of having to create an argument with two Houseguests they’ll now succeed if one Houseguest “berates” another for twenty seconds. Yeah, cause that’s what viewers wanted to see, right? Anyway, the new plan has Zach going on the “Attack” at today’s Veto meeting with Amber as the recipient and Caleb the catalyst. The whole thing ties in to their plan to make Caleb think this is his idea to Backdoor Amber, but is it going too far?
So what’s this Zach Attack going to be? Flashback to 10:42PM BBT Cams 3/4 for his rehearsal. Zach plans to stand up at the end of the meeting and announce he wants to say something. Here’s what he presented to the guys:
The Team America mission was simple: cause chaos. The parameters, however, weren’t that easy. Until now. Following a disappointing performance in the Veto Ceremony and only one chance remaining, production has changed the rules to let them slide right through.
Originally the challenge voted on by viewers were as follows: “Play the role of puppet master and get two Houseguests to have an argument at either the nomination ceremony or the veto meeting.” Two Houseguests arguing. Two. Arguing. Got it? Now forget all about that.
Get ready for a messy week on Big Brother 16 as HGs prepare to unleash their latest plan on the game thanks to the Power of Veto Ceremony later today. Things are going to get ‘turnt up.’
The winner of this week’s PoV has coordinated the day’s events and I don’t think we’re going to be surprised by any last minute changes on the targets. Here’s what you can expect to happen.