Big Brother 11: Week 4 HoH Endurance Aftermath| July 31, 2009 at 8:15 AM EDT
Last night was a great night for Big Brother 11. By the time the live feeds came back on we already had three of the 9 competing houseguests down from the competition. After three hours we were down to just two competitors: Jeff and Russell. Finally, at the four-hour mark, a deal was made and one man dropped…
Russell is the new Head of Household this week after agreeing with Jeff that they both wanted Ronnie out of the house. Russell has promised Jeff safety and even said that he’d let Ronnie compete in the PoV competition. While that of course makes me nervous there’s also no reason Ronnie couldn’t end up in the PoV fight anyway, but at least this route will put him in the hot seat for the entire week.
Other worthy notes from the Big Brother 11 endurance competition:
- Kevin won the $5,000 gift
- Jordan won a “Have” pass for this week and had to select 3 Have-Nots. Kevin, Natalie, and after pulling Jeff’s name the other HGs made Jordan pull someone else and Jessie ending up being selected.
- Russell still seems to be targeting Ronnie
Also there is big news in regards to Big Brother‘s Coup D’Etat power play. CBS has announced that all voting before 12:20AM EST has been nullified due to technical errors on their end. The voting page was all messed up last night and had the wrong pictures at one point, then the wrong message at another time. That means all the Jeff fans need to get back on there. If you were planning to vote for Ronnie or Jessie, then you don’t need to do anything at all (snicker).
If you missed last night’s exciting Big Brother 11 HoH Endurance competition then you can still get on the live feeds and use the Flashback times I’ve listed to see all the vomiting and brutal conditions the HGs had to endure.
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