The Big Brother Feeds turned on last night right on time and the BB17 cast was ready to deliver as we’ve come to expect in recent seasons. Once the song and dance was over it was on to the game and we learned a lot about the first nine days.

Clay Honeycutt on Big Brother 17 Feeds

Clay Honeycutt on Big Brother 17 Feeds – Source: CBS

Houseguests were up until nearly the morning running through scenarios and their latest plans for eviction as the nominations and BotB had been held but the Power of Veto was still just around the corner on Friday. We should be ready for what comes next.

Jace Agolli was waiting for the cameras to go live before leading the group around in a circle of introductions and shout outs. If you thought Jace was a touch annoying in the premiere then you’re going to love this Jace. No, wait. Maybe not and apparently the rest of the house doesn’t much care for him either aside from Austin who appears to be his close ally.

Nominations were held with James Huling sending Jackie and Steve Moses to the Big Brother 17 block while Jason Roy nom’d Becky Burgess and John McGuire. Jason has since been dethroned leaving Jackie and Steve on the block, but we quickly learned they aren’t the main targets.

Power of Veto is coming up on Friday with Jason, John, and Becky joining James, Jackie, and Steve in the competition. Everyone in that group is prepared to use the Veto to free up a spot for Jace to be Backdoor’d. Jackie feels confident everyone but Steve would use it on her over him.

Jace is feeling a little paranoid and thinks something could be up, but Austin is incorrectly telling him everything is fine. It’s not. Jace has gone to James with concerns about Audrey running messaging through the house, but it’s likely too late for him. Unless…

Steve has put a few people on edge too and he was spotted talking with Jace leading some HGs to fear they’re working together. I think Steve was just trying to talk with Jace, but you know how appearances override reality in the Big Brother house.

On the drama side of things Vanessa had a complete meltdown which left Twitter conversations debating whether this was a manipulation move by her or truly an emotional overreaction. I’m thinking the latter, but you never know. Vanessa said she wasn’t built for this game and is stressed by people being “mean” to others. Oh my. It’s Day 9. 9 out of 98. Yikes.

Biggest “Huh? What?” moment of the night goes to Becky. She was hit by a train. Last year or so she was walking to work with her hood up and stepped in to the street only to get seriously injured by a tram. Doctors rebuilt parts of her face and considered brain surgery but she has since pulled through and recovered amazingly well. Craziness.

Showmances may be blooming as well with Shelli and Clay spending time together and flirting while Jace chases Liz/Julia and managed to pull her in to a 3-person alliance with him and Austin.

Speaking of Liz/Julia, it seemed really obvious that Julia was in the house last night and may have even swapped at some point. I can’t believe they’ll go unnoticed, but as we discussed yesterday on Twitter, they don’t have to remain undetected but rather just avoid five evictions. So yeah.

Houseguests went to be around 4:30AM BBT so they’ll be out for awhile this morning. When they’re up we’ll get ready for the Power of Veto competition with those spoilers to follow soon after. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and by Email Updates to get the latest.

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