Big Brother 15 Live Feeds – Week 1 Wednesday Night Overview| June 27, 2013 at 10:04 AM EDT
Last night on the Live Feeds was crazy nuts, as the first nights of Big Brother usually are, so since I was posting a lot of disjointed BB15 information on various places I wanted to pull it all back together here in one spot.
The Feeds kicked off with a few discoveries: the online player wasn’t terribly cooperative at the start and required creative methods to get it running & BBAD is most definitely censored. As for getting your Feeds to work, things should be working better this morning, but if you’re still having trouble, be sure to check here for instructions from CBS. You may have to change your computer’s time zones as a temporary fix.
Then as for “Big Brother: After Dark,” well, that was anything but uncensored. It was immediately apparent that what we were told by TVGN’s VP was not true and we feel very mislead and are sorry for passing along what turned out to be false information. Conversations were constantly being muted to avoid language while Feeds ran uninterrupted. We have already submitted a follow-up request with TVGN to further discuss their plans for BBAD. Considering the state of BBAD we are highly recommending you try the Feeds’ Free Trial to get a complete look at the game.
Okay, on to fun stuff. Spoilers ahead so tread carefully if you are avoiding them and want to wait days and days until Sunday’s episode. Of course you don’t, so read on.
The BB15 HGs were ready to go for the viewers and were doing everything they could to put on a show. We were given a tour of the new Have-Not room which is an airplane & airport theme. The Have-Nots have to sleep on airplane chairs. It looks awful. Brilliant move by Jeremy to avoid that all summer long with his “Never-Not” pass. As for the Have-Nots this week, that honor goes to Helen, Andy, Elissa, Judd, & Howard.
All the girls got doll’d up and put on a fashion show, though it was short-lived in part due to girl-drama between Jessie and Kaitlin. Oh, and David wore a tight, pink dress around for awhile. I’m not kidding. It was really weird, but also lead to exchanges like this.
Oh, and before he was wearing a dress, David and Aaryn were flirting a LOT. She pushed him down on to a bed and he tried to pull her in with him, but then they remembered the cameras were watching and stopped. We think they’ll get over that soon. Definitely a romance (is it just a showmance?) developing here.
Moving on to the alliances, there are at least two going right now. The Pretty Girls Alliance (TPGA) featuring Aaryn, Kaitlin, Jessie, and Candice. Possibly more involved in that one and it’s already hanging by a thread so don’t count on this one for long. More on that drama in a bit. Then you’ve got The Moving Company with far more potential and featuring Nick, Howard, Spencer, McCrae, and Jeremy. What? No Judd? We’ll keep an eye on that to see who is in it for sure.
Nominations have already been held and McCrae went with Jessie and Candice. Jessie is not taking this well at all and it’s causing more drama in TPGA. She’s upset and complaining loudly about it while creating collateral damage with the other girls. That’s coming about because she’s jealous over Kaitlin and Jeremy’s flirting, or according to Kaitlin, Jeremy’s flirting with Kaitlin.
Jeremy and Jessie had a very long, obnoxiously long heart-to-heart about why she was so upset. Jeremy explained that all the girls are throwing themselves on him, so she shouldn’t just be upset that Kaitlin is doing it. Um, okay. Jessie tells Jeremy, “it hurts when I’m not getting what I want.” Let’s hope she either gets over that quickly or goes home soon.
As for what’s next in the house? The Power of Veto competition is coming up today (Thursday), or at least that’s what the HGs expect. That means we’ll get the MVP’s nomination revealed to the house which gives us the challenge of figuring out who won the power after the voting closed last night. We are expecting Elissa to win that honor considering all the hype around her leading up to the premiere.
Speaking of Elissa, she’s in trouble in the game. As we saw in the premiere Judd had already figured her out and now we know the entire house is aware and she’s no longer hiding it. As for hiding, she seems to be doing a lot of that and appears to be isolated right now in the game. Maybe she’s just laying low because I can’t believe she’s already giving up. Elissa better not be giving up going in to the Veto comp either because according to TPGA, Elissa is the true target for McCrae this week.
Wow. All of that happened in just a few hours on the Live Feeds last night in the Big Brother 15 house. We will keep watching and updating you here on the site, but you’ll want to join us on Facebook, Twitter, and by Email to get all the updates and alerts sent directly to you this season.