The Best And Worst Moments Of Big Brother 17 Week 12| September 17, 2015 at 12:00 PM EDT
We are officially down to the Big Brother 17 final 3, and the week leading up to it was quite an eventful one. So we’ve got a lot of ewws and ahhs to cover this week. So lets get to it.
Eww. Vanessa wins HOH. Oh boy. It’s always the same when Vanessa wins HOH. She talks and talks and talks about how much integrity she has all while search for ANY reason to nominate two people for eviction. JUST NOMINATE WHO YOU WANT TO NOMINATE! I mean no one in the game likes you as it is, so it’s not going to hurt you any more.
Ahh. Vanessa has to pick a side. It’s about time Vanessa is forced to actually pick a side. She’s had it way to easy this season despite how many times she will remind you how hard it’s been for her to play this game.
Eww. Vanessa picks Austin and Liz. Well, she picked a side alright. The wrong one. Who actually wants to keep saving a showmance? Anyone who thinks Vanessa has played a great game is crazy. She’s played a messy and overcomplicated game at best and this decision is proof.
Ahh. Johnny Mac wins the veto. Looks like Vanessa picked the wrong side and now she’s forced to dip her hands in even more blood. And not only that, but one of the fans’ favorites, JMac, gets to stick around a little longer.
Eww. Frankie shows up. Are Big Brother producers so out of touch with fans that they don’t realize that most people don’t want to see this guy back on their TV screens? What am I talking about, though, these are the same people who made Julie Chen claim that Battle of the Block is a “fan-favorite” twist. But seriously, why does BB keep trying to make Frankie happen? Give it up! Bring back actual fan favorites! Do SOMETHING/ANYTHING for the BB fans. Stop slapping us in the face.
Ahh. Vanessa and Johnny Mac blindside Austin. FINALLY we get an eviction blindside and the showmance has been broken up. Of course this can go on Vanessa’s resume, but I won’t forget that she was basically forced into this. Had John not won veto, this never would have happened.
Eww. Austin’s speech. Not only did he plug the new CBS show they got to watch (or get to watch?) but he also said “see you on The Bold & The Beautiful.” What a douche move.