Best And Worst Moments Of Big Brother 18 Week 9

The Big Brother 18 houseguests sleep a lot, but when they are awake, they’re providing us with plenty of Ewws and Ahhs. And this week we even got to some from the jury house, so let’s get to it!

Paul & Victor ready to fight on BB18

The Best And Worst Moments of Big Brother 18 Week 9

Eww. Friday’s “Special” Big Brother Episode. What was the point in this episode? It was basically a clip show of a season no one really wants to re-live. And then they edit Paulie out of the episode and pretend to the TV-only viewers that it was filmed after the last eviction episode. And then they insert the start of the Head of Household competition and leave the TV-viewers hanging until Sunday. It was all just so lame.

Ahh. Natalie wins Head of Household. It’s nice to see a girl in power. And she’s ready to go after Nicole and Corey! Oh, wait …

Eww. Natalie reveals that production has been pressuring her to work with Nicole and Corey. OK, we’ve always heard that production doesn’t always let the show happen organically, but when it goes against what the majority of the fans want, there’s a problem with that. Not only is Natalie being pressured into doing something she didn’t want to do, she’s risking her fanbase and popularity. And her popularity has since dropped. Drastically.


Ahh. Michelle wins the care package. Thank goodness! Now Michelle can still go after Nicole even though Natalie has decided to target Paul! Yay! Oh, wait …

Eww. Natalie convinces Michelle to target Paul. Ugh. I thought Michelle was a super fan. I thought she was strong. It took Natalie less than a minute to convince Michelle not to target Nicole and to go after Paul. Lame.

Eww. Natalie and Michelle nominate Paul and Victor. This speaks for itself. Sure it might be a smart move, but I can’t get past production’s interference and how weak Michelle is about sticking to her guns.


Ahh. Paul works the house over. Paul played a great game this week. It all started when he actually made Michelle and Natalie feel bad and regret their decision. Both later pretended like Paul was still their target the whole time, but there were definitely moments when he changed their minds.


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