Now we can finally get ready to deal with the final nominations after the house has been fighting over the undecided. Then again, we’re still a ways off from the Veto Ceremony on Monday before things truly become final and official. I don’t think we have to worry about them waiting for that though. Thank you, rash and volatile Houseguests!
Read on to find out who won and what that could mean for the game this week.
Big Brother 16 Spoilers: Week 2 Veto Competition Results:
To set the Big Brother stage, Flashback on your Live Feeds (Don’t have them yet? Get your Free Trial now.) to 2:25AM BBT 7/5 to find Derrick, Christine, Caleb, and Amber discussing concerns over Devin. Derrick is facilitating the discussion that Amber is feeling concerned and suppressed by Devin’s words and actions. Caleb to the rescue!
Move forward on last night’s timeline to 3:07AM BBT to find Devin coming outside to joining the guys at the pool table. Caleb wastes no time and immediately tells Devin there’s a problem.
Caleb is concerned that HGs suspect Devin put Brittany up for personal reasons over game reasons. Devin says absolutely he did that. He admits to openly saying it was a personal move.
Now Caleb warns Devin that he doesn’t have the votes to evict Brittany and that he’s causing rifts inside their alliance. Devin says he doesn’t care if she doesn’t go home, but he doesn’t believe that he (Devin) is mishandling their alliance. Soon Christine gets dragged outside and has to say that no, Devin wasn’t threatening or scaring her in recent talks.
Devin is upset and heads upstairs with Frankie to vent. Both are upset at Caleb screwing up what they’ve got going on especially when it’s working. Frankie is lending a supportive ear to Devin’s concerns when Devin gets up to leave. Frankie tries to get him to stay, but Devin is off and back downstairs to go outside and confront Caleb over his claims.
The Big Brother 16 Houseguests didn’t settle in to bed until Friday morning after 8AM BBT thanks to the overnight Nominations Ceremony and Battle of the Block competition. But once they were back up things got very crazy overnight as Caleb and Devin finally went head to head over Amber. Oh yes.
Read on to find out about what else happened on the Big Brother 16 Live Feeds Friday after the live show finished and we got to look back inside the house again.
Big Brother 16 Live Feed Highlights – Friday, July 4, 2014:
Devin has been making waves in the Big Brother 16 house since he arrived and the latest round of competitions are setting him up for even more opportunities.
Overnight the new Heads of Household made their nominations official, but of course that didn’t even happen without its own drama. Devin is new to Big Brother, as just about all the HGs seem to be this season, and that brings its own challenges. Devin didn’t know he couldn’t tell HGs they were going up on the block until he was informed of that rule. So what does Devin continue to do? Tell HGs they’re going up on the block.
Devin explicitly warned all of the pending nominations that they were going up on the block both after being told by production and reading the rules book that he couldn’t do it. Don’t look for any punishment though as this is not a rule often enforced. So let’s move on.
Hang on to your hat because Big Brother is tearing through the steps today inside the BB16 house and we have your latest spoilers. Late last night the HoHs made their nominations and now the Battle of the Block has been held. Make way for Fourth of July!
Overnight the Nomination Ceremony was held where HoHs Amber and Devin set Devin’s plan in to motion. He’s got a target and he wants her gone. With the other nominee agreeing to help through the Battle of the Block it seems like he could get his wish.
So how did the BotB turn out? I’ve got your Big Brother spoilers below so read on for more.
Some people say that Big Brother does not get real until the first eviction… well, now its REAL! And this week has the potential to be REAL AWESOME!
Joey was a great personality, and I am sure a lot of fun to hang out with. Sadly the person we saw in her interview with Julie was not the person we saw in the house. Superfans do not like recruits on the show, but we need them to cause instant drama. If she only realized you need to listen more than talk to get far in that house. And she literally talked her way out the door!
I am happy that Paola stayed, and she gave a great speech! That was the sassy player we were expecting from her preseason interviews. The fiery NY attitude soon went away when she proved that she does suck in competitions. And that will probably lead to her going back up on the block. This twist will make HoH’s target weaker players in hope of keeping their nominations up on the block. Then they can start playing the “backdoor” game if they choose.