Big Brother 18 is off to a fun start with a few particularly delusional Houseguests, but they’ve only got a couple more days to float on the clouds of Imagination Land. Last night they met for a strategy session that delivered on some good times on the Feeds.
Jozea Flores, the current target, sat with Paul Abrahamian and Bridgette Dunning to run through how they’d Neo their way through the oncoming firestorm before going on to dominate the house and game for weeks to come. Well this should be good.
Flashback to 11:55PM BBT 6/27 Cams 3/4 to find the threesome grouped around the hot tub.
Running through the lay of the house, which I promise is much different from what they’re about to suggest, Jozea is sure Da’Vonne is with them along with Zakiyah. He assures his allies that Zakiyah might spend a lot of time up there in the HoH room but she brings everything back to him. Day is Jozea’s team leader so he assumes they’re solid. No and no.
Bridgette, the voice of reason in this trio, doesn’t full trust her team and says the other three (Paulie, Frank, and Michelle) break up talks or change the topic when she arrives. We know that Frank wants to trust Bridgette and bring her in to the fold which might happen after Revolution is disbanded on Thursday night.
Bridgette also wisely questions why Paulie is being involved in game talks if everyone over there is planning to vote him out this week. Good point, Bridgette. Naturally Jozea dismisses this idea and says they’re involving themselves, whatever that means.
Jozea’s strategy for the Revolution is, wait for it, to win Head of Household back and forth in trade off fashion. Now to be fair, the Vets are somewhat relying on a similar expectation, but are likely much better prepared to adapt when it doesn’t happen.
Now for the kicker in this talk. Jump to 12:04AM BBT as Paul explains that he only watched BB16 (likely in sequester) despite having told Jeff in his interview that he’s been a Big Brother watcher since childhood. That was obviously a lie, but interesting now to hear he wasn’t only not a fan, but had never seen the show before.
Paul considered not watching a single season so his mind wasn’t tainted by other strategies or plans. He wanted his “natural instincts” to guide him through the season. Paul insists there’s no way you can prepare or study strategy to be ready for this game. This comes from the guy who barely knows the game much less only the season with Battle of the Block as its keystone. But wait, there’s more.