Big Brother 18 Recap: Episode 10 — Bridgette Continues To Be Frank’s Puppet| July 13, 2016 at 9:11 PM EST
Frank continued to pull all of Bridgette’s strings in the Big Brother 18 house Wednesday night as the week continued to go exactly has he planned.
The episode picks up right after the Roadkill reveal and Bronte speeches at us in the Diary Room that she feels terrible and wants to run and hide. She thinks that it was Paulie who nominated her because he’s still upset over things that happened weeks ago.
Of course it was Frank who put Bronte up, but she’s not the target. That’s still Tiffany but Tiffany still isn’t exactly aware that she’s actually at risk this week. Bridgette gets like her second DR appearance of the season by telling us she’s super upset a fellow Spy Girl is up and could go home under her HOH. Still no word of if she knows what HOH stands for. Or that she’s currently in California.
And now for the most shocking secret of the season. Bronte decides to spill her guts to Bridgette and Natalie. She lets her girls know that she is the SECRET NERD OF THE HOUSE. She’s an aspiring mathamatician who even knows …wait for it … calculus. . And she thinks she’s given the Spy Girls a super duper secret boost and are now stronger than ever!
James lets Da’Vonne know that Frank is trying to pull Natalie and Bronte on his side. Day said they can’t let that happen. James decides to let Natalie know that Frank won the Roadkill and is the one who nominated Bronte. And Natalie isn’t happy. But I’m not sure it really registered with her until she realized that she could go up as a replacement nominee after the veto.
Natalie tries to plant some seeds with Bridgette over Frank, but she’s too wrapped and isn’t hearing it.
It’s time to pick players for the veto competition. Joining Brdgette, Tiffany and Paul in the competition are Natalie (via’s Bronte’s choice) and Paulie. Frank isn’t thrilled that Bronte picked Natalie over him because if Natalie wins veto, that blows his replacement option.
And we waste no time getting to the veto competition. And it’s that memory competition that results in someone getting some junk blown up in their face. Also at stake, is some steak, via Outback Steakhouse. Bronte and Natalie are out the first round. Now most of the house can relax.
The next person out is Paulie. He is followed by Tiffany. That leaves Paul and Bridgette. And Bridgette continues her winning streak as Paul gets a face and beard full of glitter and Bridgette gets the veto and steak dinner. Oh, and her third or fourth DR of the season. And, thanks to Frank, a sprained ankle. Good job, Frank.
Bronte asks Bridgette if she can still take her off the block even though Tiffany is the target. Bridgette asks Natalie if she’s OK being at risk of going up and Natalie says yes. But then she tells them that she knows she’s going up but can’t say how she knows. Bridgette and Bronte gets suspicious and know that James must have some information. So Bronte goes to James to find out.