Big Brother 16 Week 3 Eviction Votes Go Rogue

Later tonight on Big Brother eleven Houseguests will head inside the Diary Room to cast their vote against the house’s agreed target, but all of them might not stick to that plan.

Nicole & Christine plan some chaos on Big Brother 16
Nicole & Christine plan some chaos on Big Brother 16 – Source: CBS

This week’s evicted HG will require only six votes to get a ticket to meet Julie Chen on the chairs out front and there’s little chance it won’t be Devin Shepherd, but two Houseguests are looking to have a little fun with what should be an overwhelmingly solid vote.

Christine and Nicole have decided it’d be fun to toss in some “hinky votes” and despite their interest in Devin’s departure they will vote to keep him. They know it won’t stop his eviction, but is rather intended to do what hinky votes do: raise suspicion.

Their planned patsies are Donny and Jocasta, the same two HGs who went against the house majority last week too. Both had said they’d vote out Devin, so this would go against that agreement.

Could something go wrong with this plan and end up sending Caleb out instead? Ehh, it’s unlikely. Say Donny & Jocasta really did decide to vote to keep Devin plus two votes from Nicole & Christine would still not be enough to make it happen. They’re still two more votes shy, but it would still make sparks fly to end up with more than two votes against Caleb who has been blindly confident from the onset of the week that he was never in danger.

What do you think of Nicotine’s plan? Should they go rogue to cause some chaos or stick to the plan and send Devin home with overwhelming support?


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