The potential powerhouse alliance “Moving Company” appears ready to come to an end after overnight events turned the tables in the Big Brother house and set its members up for a potentially nasty disbanding. If you haven’t been watching then you need to sign-up now and get the full picture as it happens.
Yesterday I broke down the vote counts with things sitting tight at 6-5 and Elissa walking out the door. Now we may still have a 6-5 vote, but with at least one vote flip things are moving in the opposite direction.
Elissa’s alliance never gave up hope or gave in to the seemingly inevitable. Helen, Amanda, and Andy were staunch supporters this week working on even the most determined evict-Elissa voters. Yesterday things seemed to be shifting in their direction. Team Elissa finally snagged Jessie’s support along with Candice, giving them a 6-5 advantage. What they didn’t know was one of their six was not with them: McCrae.
McCrae is a member of the Moving Company alliance along with Jeremy, Spencer, Nick, and Howard. Team Elissa has no idea about his alternate allegiance as Amanda has repeatedly said there’s no way McCrae is in an all-boys alliance. All of the guys had planned to stick together and keep Nick and vote out Elissa. So much for that.
Yesterday afternoon around 2:45PM BBT Amanda looped back around to confirm McCrae would be with them to vote out Nick as long as she had the other 5 votes. He agreed but when asked a second time he paused and then never answered. This seemed like a clear sign of non-committal reservations on his part.
Fast forward to 6:48PM BBT when Amanda talks with McCrae again and he again agrees to vote out Nick if and only if they definitely have Jessie’s vote. He even appears excited about making this move on his former alliance.
Yet again at 10:45PM BBT McCrae is saying he’s on board with voting out Nick and keeping Elissa. He seems ready to strike first against the MC.
As a quick vote check, here’s where things appear to stand as of last night:
- Evict Nick: Amanda, McCrae, Jessie, Candice, Andy, and Judd
- Evict Elissa: Jeremy, Spencer, Howard, Kaitlin, and GinaMarie
Both Howard & Spencer have said to Team Elissa that they’ll vote out Nick, but I’m not convinced, so I’m keeping them as Team Nick. Team Elissa also needs to be careful with Candice. She’s falling for Howard and Amanda upset her early this morning with perceived threats. If anyone flips back from evict-Nick to evict-Elissa, it could be her.
Through the rest of the night Team Elissa, or just for fun the “Rebel Alliance,” is excitedly discussing their plans to demolish the opposing side of the house. They are confident that with Elissa’s MVP streak they’ll have the numbers to vote out whoever they want using the third nominee as a target even if they don’t win HoH.
The logic is sound and McCrae might have finally realized that. Even if Elissa doesn’t win MVP, someone from this group will and give them the same effect. You can rest assured that unless some massive shake-up occurs the viewing public won’t be voting Aaryn, Jeremy, Kaitlin, GinaMarie, or Spencer as MVP. If Howard stays on that side of the house then he is their only hope.
Thanks to incredible dedication by the Rebels, we should be heading toward another exciting eviction show and incredible blindside. Nothing is guaranteed until it happens. Watching Jeremy lose his stuff will be awesomely entertaining and something you won’t want to miss because it’s definitely going to outlast tonight’s show. Sign-up now for the live feeds and be able to watch as the house reacts to the eviction shocker.
Do you think Team Elissa can pull this off or will their hopes be dashed?
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