The Big Brother 14 house guests were surprised with an eviction tonight even though we’ve all known about it for the past week.
Julie piped into the house guests when they least expected. Dan was napping, Ian was listening to music and Shane didn’t even have pants on. I’m not sure what Danielle was doing because I’ve trained my brain to black out anytime she appears on screen.
The HGs learn the news and they’re flipping out. And then in a series of horrible edits, the show cuts back to what happened right after Ian nominated Shane and Jenn.
Jenn was not happy with Dan. She seemed to be more upset with Dan than Ian. It was kind of fun to see her so angry at him, but he quickly misted her and got her back in line. Actually, we learn that Dan really wasn’t misting Jenn. He really wanted to take that opportunity to get Shane out of the house.
The bad editing continues so we get to the veto competition. It’s a half physical and half puzzle competition. Ian can’t hack the physical part and is eliminated. He starts lending Shane a hand and Shane ends up winning the Veto. Shane also wins a luxury prize.
A little later, it’s time for Shane to claim his luxury prize and he gets to take a fellow house guest with him. He, of course chooses Danielle. They two of them get to leave the house for the evening to meet the US Women’s Gymnastics Team “Fierce Five.” They get to spend the evening watching their touring show.
And what CBS continues to do for the next 15 minutes makes me want to travel back to the invention of the television and put a stop to a all this right then and there. Never in my life have I seen a more disgusting display of phony baloney (oh how I want to use harsher words, but I know Matt likes to run a clean site around here).
First of all, most of us know there’s not a showmance going on. And if you watch the Live Feeds, you might remember Shane talking about how the kiss the two of them shared was staged and actually had to be re-shot because they kissed liked fumbling idiots.
It’s a good thing I love Big Brother because if I was on the fence, that segment would have ended Big Brother for me.
After that garbage was over, we get to see Dan getting a little nervous that Shane and Danielle have gotten too close and if Shane stays around, he might not be in as good a position as he once thought.
At the veto ceremony, Shane uses the veto oh himself, so Ian puts Danielle up in his place. Ian only cares about keeping the Quack Pack together at this time. That’s some grade A loyalty but some grade F gameplay on his part.
At the vote, Dan and Shane both vote to evict Jenn and so that’s how it goes. Jenn heads out to talk to Julie and Jenn still doesn’t realize what a not-so-good game she played. Jenn seems sweet and hungry after all that slop, so Julie hands her a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Jenn’s ecstatic. So Jenn heads off to jury and we head off to the next HoH competition.
It’s that final four True or False game we’ve seen a lot of and the HGs have to answer questions based on photos they saw of themselves earlier in the game. After several rounds, Danielle and Dan are tied and Julie throws 0ut a tie-breaker question. Dan goes slightly over and even though she’s grossly under the guess, she wins HoH.
So now we wait to see who she nominates and of course who wins veto to join her in the Big Brother 14 Final Three. Who do you hope joins her in the final three?
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