Elsewhere, Liz and Julia, who LOVED Meg and James last week, have turned to trashing them in ways that bring to mind shades of Big Brother 15.
Big Brother 17 Live Feed Highlights – Friday, August 28, 2015:
4:10 PM BBT – Vanessa continues to berate Meg. Meg is lost and James continues to just let Vanessa’s attacks wash over them.
4:15 PM BBT – Upstairs the twins are pleased with how things are going. Julia mocks Meg for not having won anything.
4:30 PM BBT – Vanessa finally leaves Meg and James alone after a long and seemingly unnecessary verbal beating.
4:40 PM BBT – Meg and James alone trying to sort out what they feel was a lot of nonsense from Vanessa. They think Vanessa is doomed and can’t get to the end.
4:45 PM BBT – Twins continue to mock the other HGs while noting only insecure people make fun of other people.
5:30 PM BBT – Vanessa feeding lines to the twins about James and Meg. They believe everything Vanessa is telling them and get upset about Meg and James.
6:00 PM BBT – Vanessa updates Austin on her talk with Meg and James. Vanessa says that Meg was crying like she always does.
7:00 PM BBT – HoH room discussing outside world perceptions of their season. Vanessa thinks they could be unpopular for their eviction choices, but Austin is confident that Jason was the villain character.
7:45 PM BBT – Steve asks Vanessa which of the Goblins was more against him in the vote flip attempt. Vanessa tells him Meg was pushing for it, but James didn’t resist.
8:10 PM BBT – Meg talking to Austin about the things Vanessa told them in her extended berating. She mentions the deal Vanessa had with James that has now been broken.
8:30 PM BBT – Steve, cam-talking, says he will put up Austin and Liz if he wins HOH.
8:37 PM BBT – James points out that it’s 8:37 and the back yard is still open. They’re confused about what tomorrow’s power of veto competition could be.
9:15 PM BBT – Liz and Vanessa talking smack on Meg and James. Vanessa says Meg is upset because she got outplayed. Liz, who has floated from power to power, keeps calling Meg a floater.
9:25 PM BBT – Vanessa thinks she is getting sick.
9:31 PM BBT – Indoor lockdown is announced.
9:56 PM BBT – James and Meg are breaking down Vanessa’s process that was used as her excuse for putting them on the block. James remembers everything he said and he never told Vanessa he would target Austin and the twins so they know that she flat-out lied about that claim.
10:18 PM BBT – Meg says them being quiet hasn’t been working so they need to fight back. She wants to confront Vanessa.
10:45 PM BBT – James mentions using the veto on Meg. They talk about the rest of the game and Meg says James needs to stay in the game and win. He says he would pay her rent for a year. They both agree that Vanessa wouldn’t have the jury votes to win.
11:00 PM BBT – Now James and Meg start talking to the cameras. Johnny Mac comes in and catches them cam-talking.
11:53 PM BBT – Vanessa has been considering the idea that she’s hated by America based on the people she’s targeted. Steve also tells her that fans generally hate those who think of themselves as the “good people” (which Vanessa has said of her and her alliance many times).
12:00 AM BBT – Vanessa isn’t confident that Meg will go home if James wins veto. Her replacement nominee might be too appealing for others to vote out, depending on who it is.
12:15 AM BBT – Talk has turned to possible alternatives. Vanessa even suggests it would be beneficial to them for James to stay if they could get him to work with them.
12:30 AM BBT – Vanessa has realized that she might be screwed in this game. She is finally aware that she went too deep into the game with a showmance and a set of twins. She and Steve are running scenarios. Neither are sure if they’re screwed if they make it to the final 5 with Austwins. Both are skirting around the idea of targeting Austin or Liz bit both are thinking it, clearly.
1:50 AM BBT – Steve talking to himself and trying to decide the best course of action for this week. He’s hoping for Meg out while wondering if it’d be better to not try and win the Veto if he plays. Steve worries about having too many wins. Steve contemplates who the Goblins would target if they stayed.
Vanessa continues to realize how sunk her game could be based on her alliance choices and targets this week if she doesn’t move quick to reposition herself with a trio of obstacles (Austwins). The Veto comp is coming up on Saturday and that’ll give us a lot more to discuss once we know just how much things might change.
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