Big Brother 18: Talks Begin On Potential Tiffany Vote Flip| July 11, 2016 at 11:00 AM EST
The Big Brother 18 Houseguests are trudging along to Thursday night’s eviction with Tiffany Rousso in the hot seat per Frank Eudy’s stronghold on the game and its players this week, but what if those HGs wake up and decide to do something different?
Last night that talk began as Nicole and Corey were alone in the Lounge. Corey became the voice of the reason as Nicole rattled off the reasons to keep her head done, do what her target actually wants, and lose one of her own team members. None of this makes sense!
Corey brings up that they should vote out Bronte instead of Tiffany. Nicole counters that she does not trust Da’Vonne to follow through and she could set them up to be the only two votes then everyone is after them as a result.
This week there are 9 votes and if those votes are between just two of the three noms then there’s no chance of a tie-breaker for Bridgette. They would need only 5 votes to make this happen. That’s doable. Probably.
Corey questions why Nicole would vote out one of her own team members. (Glenn was the first of Team Nicole out the door.) She says that when the whole house wants to do that then you do too. Nah, Frank would never let one of his chances at safety for the week walk out the door due to pressure from others.
Nicole says she tested the waters of keeping Tiffany when she spoke with Zakiyah, but she “100%” wants Tiffany out. Hmm, I’m a little surprised that there’s no flexibility in her plans.
Corey again argues that Bronte is a number for the other side versus Tiffany who could be with them. Nicole agrees that in a Double Eviction they’d likely see Bronte put them up, but Tiffany wouldn’t do that. So why is this even a debate?? Good grief.
James walks in at this point and Nicole starts to ask him if he’s heard anything new for the week, like maybe a target change, huh? But just then Tiffany walks in too and crushes the very game talk that could have started a wave to save her. Sigh.
There’s still plenty of time this week before Thursday’s vote and I wouldn’t be shocked to see this work out. Nicole and Corey would be the first of five votes needed so just three left to go. James would be in a pinch because he’s blinded by Natalie and Bronte is her close ally. Nicole and Corey would then need three from Paulie, Michelle, Da’Vonne, and Zakiyah. Paulie might be a hard sell which could pull away their chances at Zakiyah. Michelle is also afraid of Frank, but I bet they could convince her since the idea then is that Frank wouldn’t be around much longer after that.
So what about Paul? They’re not discussing it, but James would have an easier time voting out Paul since that wouldn’t go against Natalie and her allies. It’s just an idea and maybe we’ll see it floated this week.
It’s a narrow path to make this happen, but I don’t think it’s impossible. If the whole point of next week is to target Frank then why would you possibly vote out an ally in that mission? This makes little sense, but Big Brother doesn’t always make sense, does it?
What do you think Nicole and Corey should do? Can they flip things around and make this work for them or is it a lost cause that will only drag them down and make them the new targets for Frank? Share your thoughts!
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