Sunday night’s Big Brother 14 gave us the HoH results, a little Christmas treat a la Pandora’s Box and the return of a former houseguest.
At the start of the episode, we were reminded of Britney’s eviction and then watched the endurance Head of Household competition play out. Joe had already fallen before the return of Thursday’s final commercial break. He lasted only two minutes. And for falling first, he was given the punishment of having to hula hoop every time Big Brother tells him to for 24 hours.
Jenn is out next after five minutes.
Then we cut to Dan and Ian making a new Quack Pack deal just before last week’s eviction. Dan says in the Diary Room that he might have made a deal with Frank last week (and has been by Danielle’s side the whole season), but he’s playing a different game this time around. In season 10 he was loyal to Memphis the whole time, but this season he is playing with only himself, he says. So he’s ready to forget his deal with Frank as long as it means he’s covered.
Get ready for more Big Brother 14 tonight when the HGs’ latest endurance HoH competition plays out after it finished hours after last week’s eviction episode. Of course when a third of the competitors fell off before the end of Thursday’s show then it probably won’t be much surprise to find out who won. If you can’t wait for tonight’s show then check out our spoilers section for all the latest Big Brother updates.
Not only do we get the rest of the HoH endurance comp, but we’ll also get the latest nominations. Deals made at the end of the HoH competition plus the return of a former alliance made the available options pretty limited. Now it looks like this week’s HoH is set to finish what was started and put the last nail in that coffin.
Tonight CBS may catch you up on the events up to the nominations, but the Big Brother 14 game has already moved on well past that. Yesterday the HGs competed in the Veto competition and there was even some drama surrounding that. We’ve got those Big Brother spoilers for you when you’re ready.
The real BB game continues to be on the Live Feeds with plenty more drama than CBS can fit in to three hour-long episodes. Want to see what it’s like to watch the in-house cameras, listen in on the HGs private conversations, and see who is doing what? Then get your free trial of the Live Feeds and see what you’ve been missing.
What started as a sleepy day in the Big Brother 14 house finally developed in to a whispering gametalk-o-rama by the end of the night. The Veto competition introduced a whole new set of scenarios and everyone is looking to play their angle. With little time in between the Veto comp and Monday’s ceremony there won’t be much time for the HGs to work it out, so watch for the pressure to build up quickly.
Read on to find out what happened in the house on Saturday.
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Big Brother 14 Live Feed Highlights – Saturday, September 1, 2012:
The Big Brother 14 Power of Veto competition has finished and we have discovered who holds the power to veto one of this week’s nominees.
Heading in to this week’s competition the Quack Pack knew they had to fight to continue to control the situation and were up against a strong challenger.
Read on to find out who won the Veto and what that could mean for the game this week.
Britney Haynes became the latest victim of eviction on Big Brother 14 this week when she was overwhelmingly voted out while sitting next to Danielle on the block. This wasn’t Britney’s first Big Brother rodeo and she often seemed most afraid of repeating her same mistakes from BB12, namely being blindsided by an alliance. Unfortunately for Britney it only took one player this time to seal her fate.
I had the chance to pose a few questions to Britney about pushing that ‘Reset’ button, her final week in the house, the parting “Judas” shot at Dan, and more. Read on for what Britney had to say.
Big Brother Network (BBN): You didn’t seem to campaign until Thursday’s show was closing in. Was that part of your strategy or had you resigned yourself to eviction?
Britney Haynes: Ian had pretty much tell me I didn’t have a chance, however when I woke up Thursday I decided I wasn’t going to just lay down and die. I did think a last minute deal could turn things around for me.
BBN: What convinced you to push the ‘Reset’ button that sent you in to the game?
After another late night HoH endurance competition on Thursday the Big Brother 14 HGs looked to rest on Friday, but that wasn’t in production’s plan. Instead Friday was filled with another Pandora’s Box visit, nominations, and even the Veto players pick.
The build up to nominations was only a concern to a few HGs this week. Namely the three players not in the Quack Pack which made its return the night before. Meanwhile Dan continued to play his pivot position between both groups as the game marches on to the nearing finale.
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, August 31, 2012: