The Big Brother House continues its pursuit of the difficult-to-evict Donny Thompson this week as the next eviction draws close. Will they finally get out their seven times nominated target or could he slip through their fingers again?
The majority alliance had planned to send Donny home long before they knew another Houseguest was returning to the game. Now with Nicole Franzel back in the mix their options are split between sending the returning HG back to Jury and keeping their eyes on the bearded prize.
Five votes are once again up for grabs this week as eight Houseguests remain in the race. Three votes will be all it takes to evict and no tie-breaker can come in to play this round.
Last night we saw an odd push to keep Donny by Derrick and Frankie as part of their Team America alliance. Considering they completely rejected his pleas for help during their latest TA mission this was a curious series of moves. Doesn’t look like that really matters anymore though.
As of now that plan is dead in the water, but with two days left to go it’s always possible that we could see it return as a subject of interest. I’m doubtful of that though and if things remain as they are now then Nicole will be safe and Donny will heard to Jury.
Both Victoria and Derrick promised Nicole their support and vote to stay during private talks last night. Nicole also approached Caleb who was willing to give her his support and promised another vote. That right there would be enough for Donny to go.
Frankie is sure to go where the rest of the guys go even though he has worries that Nicole is more likely to come after him than Donny might. Christine has been vocal about her dislike for Donny, as she does with most of the HGs, so there’s not much of a chance she goes against this plan.
I’d consider both of those votes going against Donny as well. That’d be yet another unanimous eviction vote this week with Donny evicted 5-0.
Who do you think will be evicted on Thursday night? Things may appear back and forth now, but one of them has to go so let’s vote.