Big Brother 13 Week 9: Veto To Be Decided| September 5, 2011 at 12:00 PM EDT
The Big Brother Veto win can be a blessing or a curse. You can save yourself, save a partner (heck, save yourself and a partner), or just wreck havoc on the HoH’s plans. Then again, you can get stuck in a corner for two days as a million reasons to use it bombard you. This week’s Veto winner falls in to the latter category and can’t wait to be done with that after this Veto’s ceremony.
When the Power of Veto ceremony takes place, presumably this afternoon but who knows for sure with this wacky special eviction on Wednesday, we’ll have confirmed what we’re expecting: Adam will not use the Veto. Porsche and Kalia should remain on the block where one of them will face eviction. This week’s first eviction should take place on Tuesday but won’t be aired until Wednesday so that could change around the normal Veto ceremony schedule. We’ll keep you posted on the latest.
Kalia has been working Adam non-stop for him to use the Veto but she isn’t making any progress. When she recognized she wasn’t making any headway Kalia resorted to asking Adam to use it on Porsche. That would force Rachel to renom Jordan and he doesn’t want to see that happen either.
Last night (3:25AM BBT) Adam talked to the camera and confirmed he won’t use the Veto to save her. He’s still upset that she exposed his F2 deal with her to everyone and then voted him out. Both are good reasons not to trust another HG. Kalia, on the other hand, thinks he’s making a mistake, of course. She told Porsche he’d be working against his alliance member (Kalia). That would be the same alliance member who voted him out. Sounds like Kalia wants it both ways.
Do you think Adam is making the right choice to leave Rachel’s nominations as they are or should him force a Jordan renom?
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