Frank Eudy fought the good fight on Big Brother 14 and boy did he fight it. It seems like all Frank did was fight his way through the season before being evicted on Thursday during the double eviction after five previous trips to the chopping block.
Frank’s eviction seemed inevitable after so many attacks, but that didn’t stop Frank from being one of the strongest competitors in the game. Then again, maybe if things had played out differently he wouldn’t have had to be such a strong competitor, further reinforcing his status as a target.
Unfortunately this week due to a flub on my part of misdirecting our Frank eviction interview questions to the wrong CBS contact we don’t have our own interview to share. Oh but we got Joe’s interview just fine so how’s that for luck? Pretty bad, I know. So instead I’ve collected up a few interviews from other outlets to tide you over.
Digital Spy’s Frank Eudy interview:
Digital Spy: Besides being a stronger player, there were others who were also threats in the game. Why did you always become the target?
Frank Eudy: Even though there were other targets in the game, after I survived the block three or four times, people realized I couldn’t be beat in the final two. Because of that, people were like, ‘Why string him along to the end when he can win competitions and beat everybody?
XFinity’s eviction interview with Frank Eudy:
XFinity: Would you do anything differently with your strategy if you had to do it over again?
Frank Eudy: Yes, obviously if I could start the game over again and know who would stick by what they say, I would have aligned with those people early on. And, I would have gotten Dan and Danielle [Murphree] out week two.
Yakkity Yak’s eviction chat with Frank Eudy:
The Yak: Who would like to see sitting in the final two chairs? Who would you like to join you next in the jury?
Frank Eudy: I’d like to see Dan join me next in the jury. I’d like to see Jenn make it far in this game.
The Yak: What is your biggest regret in the game?
Frank Eudy: My biggest regret in the game was sending Wil home instead of Joe. I think the game could have turned out differently if I hadn’t done that.
Jeff Schroeder for CBS interviews Frank Eudy:
Jeff Schroeder: You hugged two people on the way out and the bear [Ted] was one of them. Were you mad at everybody in that house or what were your feelings? Were you blindsided when the votes didn’t go your way?
Frank Eudy: The thing was, this week was a lot of deja vu for me. Week 3 I was up on the block against Joe and I was depending on Dan and Danielle. They told me all week I was good and I found out afterward that I wasn’t good. So here I was again having to depend on them two. Since I’m a positive thinker there was a 60% chance I was staying, but realistically I knew it probably was not going to go in my favor.
As soon as it went 3-1 I knew I was going out the door. The reason I didn’t want to talk to anybody, it was hard for me to leave the house. I fought really hard to make it in to the house and I fought really hard to try and stay in. So I wanted to get out that door before I said anything I might regret.
Here’s the rest of Frank’s interview with Jeff if you have 30 minutes:
Take a look back at our preseason Big Brother interview with Frank Eudy to see how he started and compare it to how things turned out.
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