Celebrity Big Brother: The Best And Worst Moments Of Rounds 3 And 4

Celebrity Big Brother is moving fast, despite how many houseguests are still in the game. That means we have had a lot of notable moments — both good and bad — since Keshia was evicted, so this should be a fun edition of the best and worst moments of Celebrity Big Brother. Let’s get to it.

The Best Moments of Rounds 3 and 4

Omarosa. Lat time Omarosa made the worst moments list because I thought she was playing too nice. That has since changed. She’s since been playing the game by planting seeds of doubts and stirring drama and giving us what we wanted from her. If you missed one of the best days in the season, when it was basically Omarosa vs. everyone, then check out recap on that. I’m ready for more drama, though.

Metta and Orwell. Who would’ve known a big famous athlete like Metta World Peace would have such a soft spot for a stuffed owl. I definitely don’t think this was the game for Metta, but he was sure entertaining in his own way.

James’ Gameplay. I wouldn’t call myself a fan of James, but I’ve grown to respect his game. He’s a fighter and he shifts where he needs to shift, despite no one actually truly taking him into their alliance. A lot can be said of how he’s handled being a target from Day 1, and the fact that he’s still in the game at this late stage.

The Black Box Veto. I’m always a fan of the black box competition and it was awesome to see the celebrities get their shot at it. By far, watching Brandi and Omarosa play it, was one of the highlights of the season. It should also be noted that James killed that competition, securing his safety for the week.

Omarosa Wins An Endurance HOH. Who would have thought that would ever be an actual sentence? “Omarosa wins an endurance HOH.” Not me. But it happened. Granted, they were literally sitting, but hey, a win is a win. I loved seeing the worst case scenario for the HGs happen. That’s always fun for a watcher like me who might have favorite players here and there but enjoys being entertained more than anything.

Ross Wins Veto. Fans are mixed on Ross as a Big Brother player. Our readers like him, as proven in our Popularity Poll. And I like him. I think he’s playing a good game. So I think him winning veto Monday night is definitely one of the best moments of the week. It’s fun for me to see someone backed against a wall win something when it really matters. I doubt Ross was really going home had he not won, but he was definitely Omarosa’s target.

The Veto Twist Fails. I’m saving most of this info for the worst moments below, but I always laugh when the producers’ meddling twists don’t play out.

Metta Goes Home. I love Metta. I think he is a great man and was very entertaining to watch. But he has never had his head in the game and has been trying to go home this whole time. He even tried to literally escape the house on multiple occasions. I’ve always been a person who wants people who really want to play in the game over those who don’t. So it was best that he just go. I won’t hold that against him, either, like I would a player who might quit a regular season of Big Brother.

The Worst Moments of Rounds 3 and 4

Shannon Goes Home. It was pretty sad to see such a super fan go. This was likely a once in a lifetime shot for her, as I doubt we will ever see returning Celebrity Big Brother players in an upcoming season. We don’t know if they’ll even ever do this again. And yes, she played too hard, too fast, but it was still sad to see her go.

Ari, Ross and Marissa Freak Out Over Brandi’s Vote. I still have no idea why those three made such a huge deal over Brandi giving Shannon a sympathy vote. I understand they think it was Brandi playing for a jury vote, (and if that’s what it was then go Brandi!) but geez, calm down! They nearly pushed a very loyal ally away. In fact, I think Brandi should have just jumped ship at that moment. I would have.

More White House Talk. Do we really need an Omarosa discusses the White House segment in every episode? I’m so over it.

The HOH competition. Why was the wall competition this season a sitting competition? I know they’re celebrities, but give me a break! If they thought it might last longer than it has in recent seasons, they were wrong. The celebrities couldn’t even sit on the wall for longer than an hour and a half. That was just an embarrassing competition.

The Veto twist. Like I said above, I was so happy this failed, but the fact that it was ever an option was stupid. We don’t need any twists in a season of celebrities. That is the twist! Stop trying to give us too much in a season, Big Brother producers! And besides, your twists never work. Must I again remind you of the Tree of Temptation?

Once again, there are more good moments than bad. That’s an indication that the season is still going well, in my opinion. It has definitely been more fun that recent seasons of the regular version. Do you agree or disagree with me on that?


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