It was a lazy day in the Big Brother 16 house for everyone except Devin. He decided to really step up his campaign game and spent the day making his rounds from houseguest to houseguest. Find out what else happened on the Big Brother Feeds so far today in the house.
Big Brother 16 Live Feed Highlights – Tuesday, July 15, 2014:
The Big Brother 16 cast took another round of pictures this past week in the house’s photobooth and now CBS has shared the photos. You’ve got a mix of BBSelfies from Big Brother fans uploading them on Twitter, which you can do right now, plus a series of photos including only the HGs.
They’ll be in there every week taking new photos and posting them to the CBS website. Here’s a few of the pictures released by CBS so far, but you can see the full set here.
I’m still a little perplexed that CBS thought it was a good idea to share this picture of Caleb pretending to punch Amber in the face, but hey, I guess everyone has their own sense of humor.
The next eviction is approaching on Big Brother 16 so it’s time to start counting the votes and see which nominee is in the most danger of being sent home on Thursday night.
Power of Veto events are out of the way after a winner was revealed on Saturday and the Ceremony was held on Monday. That gives us the final nominees for Big Brother this week and the table is set for one of them to be evicted with what looks like it could be another landslide majority.
Last night on the Big Brother Feeds we met a new Houseguest: Victoria. Yeah I know, I hadn’t heard of her before either, but turns out she’s been in there the whole time! But settle in because Victoria made her debut in grand fashion with story time that’s worth a watch.
Flashback to 1:00AM BBT 7/15 on Cameras 1/2 as Victoria tells Zach, Nicole, Jocasta, Christine, and Frankie about this totally true thing that never possibly happened to her.
Back when Victoria was two and at a beach with her mother in Israel there was an incident with a “black bird.” She’s not sure what kind of bird is black, but after a few suggestions from the crowd they first settle on a crow.
So this “crow” swooped down at the beach, hooked its talons in to her shoulders, and carried her away. Thankfully her mother was there to stop this monstrous beast from succeeding in its goal or we might not even know her today.
Everyone in the room is roaring with laughter as Victoria defends herself saying this is a true story and explains why she is now terrified of birds as a result.
When they explain a crow is about the size of a dove Victoria says, “I don’t know what a dove is.” Oh my. Victoria swears her mom told her it was a crow, but is willing to adjust her story to it possibly being a hawk. No, she’s pretty sure it was a crow, a huge crow, a “scarecrow.” Zach tries to explain what a scarecrow is, but I don’t think it’ll take.
Soon Jocasta is moving around the room carrying a shoe and hovering over Christine telling her “you gotta get your baby! You gotta get your baby!” Jocasta asks Victoria if she was “the world’s smallest two year old ever known?” Considering two year old children typically weigh over 25 lb and a crow weighs about 1 lb it’s obvious that Victoria is way off, but she’s not going to believe that.
“No, I’m telling you, really,” protests Victoria. She’s adamant that this magical tale of crow-child-thievery took place. You’ll have to watch it all for yourself to really enjoy this on the Live Feeds.
Oh the fun didn’t end there with Victoria’s stories either. Another time she fell down rollerblading and sued her city because the pavement should have been smoother. She pocketed a cool $6,000 of taxpayer cash for that one and went on vacation with it. You’re welcome, America!
Zach asks if she has any more “amazing stories like that?” Sadly she’s all out. Victoria, everyone.
After last week’s fireworks – we had a relatively drama free week inside the Big Brother House. There was plenty of possibilities for some mayhem, and still a long way to Thursday – but we pretty much know this week is over. With that said – here are this week’s rankings.
Amber – 2 strips of Bacon. After a brief HoH stint last week, she didn’t get too upset when Nicole nominated her as payback this week. The fact that she has been keeping Caleb at bay despite his obvious crush on her is to be applauded. Even though the Battle of the Block was thrown to her, she still kept her composure and pulled out the win.
Brittany – 3 strips of Tofu. After lighting the fuse at last week’s Veto meeting, she basically slide back into the background. With no real alliances in the house, another week of safety gave her the time to try to forge some more bonds around the house. Instead she is still on the outs with most of them and chances are she will be going back on the block next week unless she wins HoH.
Last week’s Big Brother Have-Not Food was a good bit of a bust with Offal Burritos, but I guess that’s the point, right? The offal has been discarded and the HGs are happily eating away at self-made tortilla chips from the the wraps. Smart, Have-Nots!
Now a new poll is open, but the window to vote closes today at 4PM PT (7PM ET) tonight so you better hurry. This time around the choices are “Deep Fish Pizza” or “Hot Sludge Sundae.” Yummy.
The pizza option sounds pretty self-explanatory. They’ll get pizza fixings with fish. I can’t imagine Big Brother is going to bother cooking them pizzas with fish in it, so once things get rolling they’ll be able to discard the nasty parts and use the more desirable elements.
As for a Hot Sludge Sundae I almost hope that wins just so we can see what it is. They wouldn’t give them ice cream, would they? Nah, the whole thing is probably a disgusting mess.