Even though there was probably three hours worth of recent Big Brother 14 footage to show us, production decided to still do the seasonal clip show on Sunday night’s episode.
I find that pretty unbelievable, especially considering they didn’t even show us how the first round of the final Head of Household competition played out. But don’t fear, we have those spoilers and also what happened in the second round way ahead of CBS.
OK, let’s see if I can pull off a recap of this weak show in more than just five paragraphs.
The episode picked up right after Dan’s blindside of the season, which sent Shane out the door and Danielle’s jaw to the floor. Dan has officially seriously pulled a drastic stunt on Danielle three times this season and she’s fallen for it every time. This time around the damage control might be harder. But let’s face it, no it probably won’t.
So we’ve got Dan explaining the move to Danielle in the Arcade Room. She’s raising her voice at him asking why he continues to mess with her emotions and break her trust. He tells her he did it for her and that now she will definitely win the game. But Dan really cut Shane loose because he knows Shane would not have takes him to the final two. Ian and Danielle both will.
Meanwhile, Ian is hyperventilating, walking back and forth, mulling over what just happened. He’s convinced he’s going to be in the final two because Dan would pick him over Danielle. But its hard to tell right now what’s true and what’s not. Between Danielle’s natural ability/need to lie and Dan’s gameplay lies, it’s hard to tell what anyone is thinking. The only person I believe right now is Ian.
It seems as if Dan has gotten through to Danielle. She says she’s not mad at him, she’s just upset that he never lets her in on anything. In a Diary Room session, she claims to not be over it and that it might be time for Dan to get blindsided. Of course, we all know that won’t happen. Dan won’t allow that to happen.
So that’s about all the new show we get. The final three have their celebratory brunch where they’re fed lines from production to introduce clip shows. And it’s SO painful. If you thought their Diary Rooms were painfully scripted then this might just make you scream.
After a look back at some of the best moments of the season, like Willie’s blow-up, Dan’s funeral and all the fake showmances, we get to see the start of the endurance part of the final Head of Household competition. But then the episode ends. So we’ll find all that and who wins Big Brother on Wednesday at 9:30 PM.
Who do you want to see win Big Brother 14? Ian, Dan or Danielle?