Big Brother 14 Week 8: Counting The Votes| September 4, 2012 at 2:00 PM EDT
We’re down to just four votes this week on Big Brother 14 to decide the next eviction. With so little voting the slightest breeze could change the direction of the house and set it down a new course. Could that happen this week? Let’s take a look at the votes.
Right now only two HGs don’t know who will most likely be evicted: Frank and Joe.
Frank confidently believes he has the votes of all four people. Why? Because they’ve told him so and they’ve told him with the definite knowledge that he won’t be staying.
Jenn, Frank’s close ally last week, learned earlier from Danielle that she was going to be saved and Frank would be voted out. She shared a nice laugh with Danielle at this but never made any attempt to warn Frank. Even after she was saved she’s declined to alert Frank about what’s coming his way. Instead she’s actually talked to Frank like he’s staying.
Danielle, allegedly part of Frank’s alliance with Dan and Jenn, keeps telling Frank they’re “good” and she’ll be voting to keep him. She isn’t.
Shane has similarly told Frank he has his support. He’s also held conversations with Frank about how he’ll keep working everyone to make sure he’s safe. On the other side of that coin Shane warned Danielle to just tell Frank he has her vote to keep him from hounding her all week.
Dan, another ally from the chaos of last week, has led Frank to believe he’ll be staying this time around. Dan has even told Frank he’ll hang out more with Danielle to keep her under watch to make sure they have her vote. Meanwhile Dan told the cameras his Veto win was the ticket to getting Frank out of the game.
Frank is going to go home on Thursday, but how that vote count works out is still unknown. Shane and Danielle are definitely voting out Frank. Jenn might vote to keep Frank since she’s allegedly aligned with him while still knowing he’d leave even if she did. Dan is another questionable vote. He wants Frank to leave, but if he’s going to keep his anti-Frank position covered then he may have to vote in favor of Frank.
A split vote would take it to Ian as the HoH and tie-breaker. Ian has now twice nominated Frank, fought against him in front of the house, and privately confirmed he wants him gone. If Dan wants to hide his intentions and get out Frank then we may see him working Ian to convince him that it’d be best for Ian to put that nail in Frank’s coffin.
How do you think the votes will fall out on Thursday night? Don’t forget that we’ll be treated to another awesome double eviction so while we might know where round one is going there’s no way to be sure about the second set of voting.