Nicole and Corey have become surprising allies in Frank’s pursuit of getting Da’Vonne evicted this week, but as we saw again last night they’re going to be about as reliable as, um, as Nicole when it comes to sticking to any one plan.
After working last week to save Tiffany from eviction Nicole was soon fast aboard the evict-Tiffany train especially after the Roadkill nomination sent Corey to the Block and put him in danger this week. Now the pair seem convinced they need to keep her in the game, but are they willing to go against the house and even work with Frank for it to happen?
Flashback to 10:58 PM BBT 7/17 Cams 3/4 to find Nicole, Corey, and Michelle discussing the idea of keeping Tiffany and why Da’Vonne can’t be trusted.
Nicole relays to Michelle that Tiffany explained her Roadkill nom of Corey because Day had promised her the votes to get him out. Michelle pleads ignorance and acts confused as she often does. (I swear that has to be her gimmick/strategy because she often acts confused by basic ideas even Big Brother concepts.) Nicole asks Michelle not to repeat that back to anyone, especially not Da’Vonne.
Michelle says she’s fine with getting rid of her (presumably Day) or even putting her up, but she says she can’t stand Tiffany and wants her gone. At this point Michelle wanders off leaving Nicole and Corey questioning why Michelle trusts Da’Vonne so much. Corey suspects Michelle must have some secrets of her own.
Nicole says she wants to send Da’Vonne home “so frickin’ bad. I want to make it happen.” Corey replies, “I told you! I’m game.” Both agree that they need to get Da’Vonne out. They count up their votes. Corey, Nicole, Frank, and Bridgette, but then they’d need to get one more. Corey actually suggests Zakiyah. The woman who spends her nights literally wrapped around Paulie. That’s who Corey thinks they can flip? Ehhh, probably not. The easier option would be James, but it doesn’t matter by the end of this talk.
Nicole thinks they are very lucky that Corey won the Veto not just for his safety but because they got a chance to observe Da’Vonne’s reaction to the situation. They saw Da’Vonne crying and Nicole says “it all clicked right then.” Corey knew then that he wanted to use the Veto on himself to get Da’Vonne on the Block.
Corey suggests it’d be good for their game if they could get Tiffany to stay, but Nicole says they need to have everyone on board to make this flip. That’s not going to happen. They’d have to be willing to settle for a majority of the votes then force their opinion on to the others to at least be okay with it.
After five minutes of debating Nicole starts to worry that Tiffany might throw a comp and since they’re all on the same team she’s worried about those consequences. Corey then worries “what if [Tiffany] tries to get us out next week??” Nicole agrees and the whole thing folds.
“Lets just get her out, but our sights are on Day,” says Nicole. Corey immediately agrees before their talk turns to how much of a threat they (Nicole & Corey) are in the game, Paulie talks too much, and so on.
Such a capricious pair of players here. They are going strong for five minutes about wanting Da’Vonne going then from one breath to the next they’re agreeing to let her slide this week. Maybe it’s better for their game in the long run, but they sure are all over the place here.
Corey mentioned he expects things to get messy after Monday’s Veto meeting and I’d say he’s right. With Da’Vonne officially on the Block we should see some maneuvering from both her and Frank & Tiffany. Day spent a lot of time yesterday keeping a low profile in the back bedroom but she’ll need to be out and active in campaign mode soon. Should be an interesting few days.
Where do you think Nicole and Corey will end up? I won’t be surprised to see them continue to toy with the idea of targeting Day this week especially if Frank offers them a solid five votes with their help. Would they be willing to go against Paulie or will that shut everything down?