It’s 90s week in the Big Brother 17 house, and while Shelli and Liz were no doubt in sync with their initial nominations, Audrey spewed more of her garbage, causing Shelli to have faith no more in her. So Audrey could easily find herself hitting the pavement during the next live show.
Sorry about all those 90s bands references. I just had to do it.
The episode picks up right after Shelli and Liz won the Heads of Household titles. So the Sixth Sense alliance is happy. Audrey is happy because neither of them are gunning for her. Jackie is feeling alone and a little nervous because Jeff left and now she’s vulnerable.
But the first matter at hand is to decide who those four votes to evict Jeff were. And Austin is the first to bring it up to Liz, who happened to be among the four. Liz explains to us in the Diary Room that she’s never going to reveal she was one of the votes. And at the moment that vote is being blamed on Audrey. But it was Steve.
Elsewhere Jason is prepared to go up on the block because he’s alone in the game and there’s no one to make mad by sending Jason home.
Back to the wonky votes. Clay and Shelli are now discussing them and Clay thinks one of the votes may have been from Becky.
Now it’s time for Shelli and Liz to start talking about what they’re going to do this week. And since they can’t think for themselves, let’s check in with Clay and Austin. They both think that Jason needs to be the target this week because he is the most likely person to come for the twins. But the plan turns into one that means four people could go up and it doesn’t matter who goes home.
But there’s still that weird vote for Jeff. They’re concluding that one of the stray votes was from Becky. So maybe she goes up along with Jason and maybe Jackie.
Speaking of Jackie, Austin makes a dumb move and talks to Jackie about the possibility of her being a pawn. Hey Austin, last time I checked you were not HOH. Jackie tells Shelli this and Shelli is not happy. So Shelli takes this information to Vanessa and tells her that they have to be careful with Austin. And Vanessa isn’t exactly pleased he went rogue either.