Sunday night’s episode of Big Brother 15 was a retrospective, or as I like to call them boring clip shows. We did get a little (very little) of relevancy peppered in here and there.
The episode picks up right after GinaMarie cast the sole vote to evict McCrae. Andy is worried about McCrae turning jury against him and Spencer is making jokes about having survived more nominations than anyone in Big Brother history. Hey, Spencer, that’s not exactly a fete when you were the target NONE of those times. A professional pawn is not something to be proud of.
And because CBS thinks we need to AGAIN see The Exterminators reveal their secret alliance to McCrae, we get to see more footage of that. Andy explained step-by-step how The Exterminations came together and how they’ve gotten Aaryn, Elissa and Amanda out and are now about to get him out as well. Judd was just a casualty of friendly fire, so to speak.
Flash back forward to after McCrae’s eviction and we’ve got the Final Three brunch ready. Which means it’s time for a terribly-scripted and terribly-line-read CLIP SHOW.
First up we get to be reminded how one of the most horrible alliances in the show’s history formed. I’m of course talking about The Moving Company.
Then we get the big Jeremy stole the win fight. All this reminds me of is how this season’s casting was pretty horrible and CBS might want to rethink casting procedures in the future. Next.
Time for an Elissa montage. We’re reminded that Judd was the first person to realize that Elissa is Rachel’s sister.
Showmance montage alert! Luckily they decide to only focus on the showmance that actually turned into something: McCrae and Amanda. McCranda fans should be happy that they finally aired the Big Brother wedding footage that was only seen previously on the Live Feeds.
Fight time! We got a recap of all the big fights (fit for TV anyway), including my favorite: GinaMarie vs. Amanda. They are both such fighters so actually watching them go at it was pretty much the best thing from the season. I’m not a GM fan, but that girl can FIGHT. And there’s no beating her.
And we finally get to see something actually relevant. It’s part one of the final Head of Household competition. It’s an endurance skating competition and the person who wins this part moves on to part three and will go head-to-head with the person who wins part 2.
But wait, we’re out of time. So all we get to see is the beginning of it. If you’d like to find out how it played out, check out our Big Brother spoilers.
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