Tonight on Big Brother 14 we’re about to be treated to an awesome live eviction show. This could be the biggest eviction episode of the season if everything goes as planned. Considering production ripped away our last blindside when Frank was saved by the Coaches Twist this should more than make up for that.
As part of tonight’s show there will be nominations, a Veto competition, a Veto ceremony, and then the big live eviction. After the eviction the first part of the 3-part final HoH competition will kick off. It’ll be an endurance competition that you can only watch online so get your Live Feeds ready to go right now!
After Danielle wins HoH we see Dan tell her to nominate him and Ian to make Shane overly comfortable. He told her this several times in the house.
Big Brother 14 Week 9.5 Nominations:
- Dan & Ian nominated.
We get a glimpse in to the Jury House. Ashley enjoyed practicing blowing bubbles. I’m not kidding. Ashley and Britney were having fun before Frank showed up and then we get some sparks between them.
Big Brother 14 Week 9.5 Veto Competition:
- Danielle wins Veto
Now we’ll shift from the pre-recorded content to the live show. Oh boy oh boy here comes the fun stuff. Blindside should be on its way!
Big Brother 14 Week 9.5 Veto Ceremony:
- Danielle uses the Veto on Dan. Shane is renom’d.
Oh boy oh boy oh boy. Everything is lining up for this blindside. Shane pretending to be surprised by Danielle’s decision, but he really will be by Dan’s in just a minute.
Big Brother 14 Week 9.5 Live Eviction:
- Dan votes to evict Shane!
The blind side went through. Danielle is floored. Shane is shocked.
Before the final commercial we get a glimpse of a forest setting for the first round of the HoH competition, but then the show ends before the comp begins. We’re going to keep watching the Feeds to see what’s up. CBS may have just run out of time as they were pushing it there at the end.
Big Brother 14 Final HoH – Round 1:
- Dan won Round 1! Read the full HoH comp recap.
Get ready for a huge episode of Big Brother 14 tonight when Julie Chen returns to deliver the results of the latest nominations and the Veto competition. After that we should get to watch a live Veto ceremony and the next eviction. It won’t stop there though.
Update: Tonight’s show is going to be wild. I thought only one HG would be blindsided, now it seems there will be two! Exec Producer Allison Grodner tweeted earlier:
— allison grodner (@agrodner22) September 13, 2012
Tonight will kick off the 3-part final Head of Household competition. The winner of each of the first two rounds will face off in the third round. The winner of the third round will select who to take to the Final 2. Round 1 is expected to be an endurance competition and you’ll be able to watch it play out after tonight’s east coast broadcast ends. Be sure to have your Live Feeds ready or grab the 3-Day Free Trial right now so you can watch along. Round 2 should be a physical competition. Round 3 is typically Q&A with questions regarding what the various jury members are thinking.
Speaking of the Jury House, we’ll finally get a glimpse of the drama there and from the commercial we’ve seen there should be plenty of drama to go around. Hint: Frank and Britney aren’t getting along, but did we really expect him to be happy to be there?
Don’t miss tonight’s show because this should be awesome to watch play out live and then on the Live Feeds as we watch the first part of the final HoH competition. Join us on Facebook and Twitter to get all the updates throughout tonight’s live show.
Tonight on Big Brother 14 another HG will be evicted. Last night’s episode left viewers in a cliffhanger on who would be nominated and secure the most important Power of Veto of the season. Wonder no longer. We have spoilers for both of those right here.
The outcome of the Power of Veto determines who will cast the sole vote on tonight’s show. While the Veto comp is over the Veto ceremony is still yet to come. I’m expecting production to save that for the live show tonight. As for what will happen then I’ve already detailed a full-blown walkthrough on that situation. With all that information in mind I’m ready to make my prediction for tonight’s eviction.
Since the results of last night’s Live Feeds reveal for the noms and Veto came in so late I didn’t have time to collect the usual set of Big Brother sites’ predictions so today you’ll just get mine. Then you can make your own predictions below.
Big Brother 14 Week 9.5 Eviction Predictions – Dan, Ian, or Shane:
Now it’s your turn to make an eviction prediction. Vote in the poll below.
Late last night on the Big Brother 14 Live Feeds we were able to discover who was nominated, not terribly important, and who had the Power of Veto, very important. Yesterday I ran through the various scenarios for how things could play out based on who had the Veto. Now that we know where things are lining up it’s even easier to predict what we’ll see on tonight’s live show.
The Big Brother 14 Live Feeds returned tonight after a day and a half black out so CBS could protect the results from Wednesday’s taped eviction show. I’m not sure, but I don’t think they had an immediate leak in mind. All the same, we’ve now got our Feeds aback and we can now confirm the latest nominations and Power of Veto results.
The Big Brother 14 house guests were surprised with an eviction tonight even though we’ve all known about it for the past week.
Julie piped into the house guests when they least expected. Dan was napping, Ian was listening to music and Shane didn’t even have pants on. I’m not sure what Danielle was doing because I’ve trained my brain to black out anytime she appears on screen.
The HGs learn the news and they’re flipping out. And then in a series of horrible edits, the show cuts back to what happened right after Ian nominated Shane and Jenn.
Jenn was not happy with Dan. She seemed to be more upset with Dan than Ian. It was kind of fun to see her so angry at him, but he quickly misted her and got her back in line. Actually, we learn that Dan really wasn’t misting Jenn. He really wanted to take that opportunity to get Shane out of the house.
The bad editing continues so we get to the veto competition. It’s a half physical and half puzzle competition. Ian can’t hack the physical part and is eliminated. He starts lending Shane a hand and Shane ends up winning the Veto. Shane also wins a luxury prize.