Big Brother 15: Tensions Boil Over As Week 8 Eviction Nears| August 21, 2013 at 8:53 PM EDT
While things look set for one HG’s eviction tomorrow night that hasn’t stopped the campaigning. Even better is that it boiled over in to argument on top of argument.
Flashback to 12:00PM BBT to find Elissa in the HoH room telling Aaryn about all her terrible decisions this round as HoH. Elissa makes some valid points, but her delivery is terrible and not well received. Thirty minutes later Helen is in there and Aaryn complains to her about Elissa’s behavior. It’s not helping Helen’s case, but really Helen has no case at this point in Big Brother 15.
The real fun starts at 1:35PM BBT when Andy arrives and Helen breaks out the claws. “The jig is up, Andy!” Helen goes right in to him that they know he isn’t going to vote to keep her. Andy gets upset and says he’s pissed off that his allies are coming at him like this. Of course it helps to forget that Andy is voting against one of these allies, Helen, and keeping Spencer who in this situation is not his ally.
Meanwhile Aaryn runs downstairs to report to McCranda. Amanda heads upstairs (1:45PM BBT) and walks in mid-sentence on Elissa telling Andy he shouldn’t listen to a 28-year old real estate… Amanda busts through the door and demands answers. She wants to know what Elissa is saying about her.
Elissa starts to argue. Andy is upset that he’s being threatened. He’s complaining to everyone who walks through the door asking them to side with him. Amanda sides with Elissa that saying if Andy goes against Helissa that he’ll be made a target isn’t threatening. Several others side with Andy that he was threatened.
The longer a HG lasts the higher the chance of them complaining about another HG doing the same thing they’ve done earlier in the season. It’s funny to watch.
Later Andy and Helen met in the Lounge and cried and cried at each other. Both are big fakers when it comes to crying so I’d guess both are faking it again here, which is funny to watch a battle of on-demand tears.
The target remains. Helen will be voted out on Thursday, but it’s nice to not see her lay down and die like we saw for the past two weeks. Now we can look forward to the next twist hitting the house!