Joe Arvin shouted and shouted and shouted his way through Big Brother 14 but after surviving multiple nominations he finally fell to the numbers game. It was time for him to go this week after Ian secured the Veto in the second PoV competition of the double eviction night. I had the chance to put a few questions to Joe about his alliances, the biggest mistake he made, and who he wants to see at the finale.
Big Brother Network (BBN): Your allegiance in the game seemed to shift quite often. Who do you feel was your closest, most trusted ally in throughout the game?
Joe Arvin: Shane was the ally that I picked to stick with to the end. Side alliances just seemed to be a part of this season. Not many people stuck together as power shifted. With the coaches I was unable to make my real choices till week three.
BBN: You made it the farthest in the game out of the entire “Team Janelle.” Do you think your team would have survived longer if Janelle had stayed?
What’s a Friday in the Big Brother house without Pandora’s Box? Production doesn’t want you to find out. It was back again this week and brought with it a cocktail waitress of legendary stature. Oh, and there were nominations. If you think Dan let himself get nominated then you haven’t been watching closely this season.
Read on to find out what we saw and heard yesterday on the Big Brother Live Feeds.
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Big Brother 14 Live Feed Highlights – Friday, September 7, 2012:
This week’s nominations have arrived on Big Brother 14 and we’re ready to watch as the house reacts. Just like the past few Fridays, Pandora’s Box arrived today and another familiar face to the house. And again there was little impact on the game.
Now that the nomination ceremony results are in we know who is in danger and what to expect this week. Read on to find out who is on the chopping block.
Big Brother 14 Week 9 Nominations:
After another late night HoH competition last night there’s just one thing to do today: nominations. Thanks to some behind-closed-doors conversations since the competition we have a pretty good idea of who will be nominated. Or at least who the new HoH claims to be nominating. Read on for those Big Brother 14 spoilers.
While the HGs waited for the HoH competition Dan speculated this one would be where HGs had to get a ball in to the correct slot based on the day # of an event. Then we were treated to the above picture snapped by an audience member after tonight’s live broadcast. Those two match up very well. With that in mind I fully expected Ian to win based on his thorough knowledge of the game. If he can manage the physical portion of the challenge, of course.
Read on to find out who got the big win tonight and what that could mean for the game.
Big Brother 14 Spoilers: Week 9 HoH Competition Results:
Aaaaaaah do we love double eviction episodes or what? I know I do. I’m finally coming down off the high from this week’s Thursday night live installment of Big Brother 14.
During that hour, we saw one eviction go as planned, a new HoH crowned, two new nominees, a veto winner and yet another nominee. And it was all topped of with a second eviction. And there wasn’t much time to breathe in between any of this.
At the beginning of the episode, we get a lot of Dan’s backstabbing Frank and Frank remaining completely oblivious. Dan played hard the past week and Frank is the one going to pay for it. It becomes very obvious that Frank will be the first houseguest going home, so Big Brother throws in some Joe mess-ups to attempt some suspense.
Joe keeps saying the wrong things and even starts to talk smack about Dan TO Dan, thinking he’s Shane. Ian even says if anyone could mess up the plan to get Frank out, it’s Joe. But we’re not falling for any of this are we? Nah. Let’s get to the first vote.