Big Brother 14 is back tonight with a Veto episode that’s going to be incredibly exciting thanks to some amazing maneuvering by one of this week’s nominees. On top of what’s easily the greatest strategic move we’ve seen so far this season there will be the added drama of a second Power of Veto thanks to the return of Pandora’s Box.
Shortly after Sunday’s Big Brother broadcast Dan, one of this week’s nominees, broke out a shocking strategy that set the house off on an entirely new direction. CBS will do their best to showcase the events, but the drama lasted for hours and they just won’t have time to show everything. I highly recommend that you read our full recap of the night to get all the details. That was probably the most exciting night of the season.
Things didn’t slow down the next day either with the Veto ceremony giving the HGs another shocking slap to the face that set off even more fights and arguments through the house. You can read all those Veto ceremony details for Flashback times & events.
This is a great time to be watching Big Brother online with the in-house cameras. The action has been awesome and the drama has been heavy so grab your Free Trial and see what other fans have been watching!
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