The Power of Veto Ceremony is over in the Big Brother 13 and the HGs can’t be too surprised by the result. There has been a lot of drama in the house building up to this point so now that everything has been confirmed and the course is set I think we can expect plenty more fights with Rachel over the next few days.
To find out if the PoV was used click “continue reading” below for the spoilers.
Fire up your Live Feeds and check out the first great fight of the season! Last night on Big Brother, about thirty minutes before BBAD started so you won’t be able to watch it there, Rachel and Cassi sat down in the Have-Not Room and things got ugly.
Flashback to 8:27 PM on Sunday (7/17) on Cams 1 & 2. Cassi sits down with Rachel and says she wants to know what’s going on and to clear the air between them. Rachel has other ideas. While Cassi remains calm Rachel quickly resorts to Emotional Rachel raising the volume and turning defensive.
Cassi asks what’s causing the grief between them and Rachel accuses Cassi of campaigning against Brenchel and Jeff & Jordan. Cassi claims she’s been totally honest with them (ehh, that’s kinda tough to claim). Cassi says she isn’t trying to rally the Newbs against the Vets. Neither can name names when it comes to backing up their “I’ve been told” statements. Rachel says Cassi has poor game play with her complaining and accuses her of pre-teen girlish behavior.
Big Brother 13 is cranking up the heat on the HGs! We’re finally seeing more than just bikinis, not that’s there’s anything wrong with that, as the claws come out. With the Veto competition results over the weekend the path to Thursday night’s next eviction became clear and one HG wasn’t going to take it sitting down. Instead of filling the night hours with cheers of “Big Booty!” the house was filled with tears. Welcome back, Big Brother!
Read on to find out what happened yesterday on the Live Feeds.
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – July 17, 2011:
Sunday’s nomination episode of “Big Brother” picked up right after Keith’s elimination. The newbies are confused about why two of “their own” voted against their plan to send Porsche home. Really? They’re confused? Have they seen this game before?
Anyway, after some sassy Lawon talk and typical seven-year-old-like bullying from Rachel, that drama is shaken off and the show’s focus turns to some real game play as Adam and Dominic, separately, try to get in with the vets.
Finally, the newbies are starting to play the game. Now if we could just get some play out of Lawon and Kalia, we’d be good. Jeff and Jordan kind of tell Adam and Dominic, separately, the same things, so it’s not clear what their thinking is. A little later, Jordan does make it clear that her nominations will be based on what’s best for her and Jeff, and not Rachel’s high school dislike for Cassi (Kristen deja vu from last season anyone?).
Things change on a dime in this house. Alliances fit nicely under a bus. HGs’ chance at a half million dollars lives and dies by the lie. This season of Big Brother is no different, especially not when it comes to the Veteran alliance. From the very beginning the returning Dynamic Duos promised to aligned and stick together against the eight Newbies. Evel Dick’s early departure caused a ripple, but didn’t make a crack against that team. That all looks to be changing now at the hands of Rachel and Brendon.
Big Brother 13 is back tonight for episode 5 where we’ll watch the house react to the second HoH competition and the HGs do their best to avoid nominations by the end of the night. Don’t forget that tonight’s show (along with Wednesday’s) is on at 8PM ET/PT unlike Thursday’s 9PM timeslot.
If you can’t wait for Julie Chen to deliver the latest BB13 news then you can go ahead and take a peek at the HoH nomination spoilers. But wait, there’s more! The Power of Veto competition has already taken place and we’ve got those PoV spoilers for you too if you really want to get ahead. We’re breaking out the Big Brother 13 spoilers all for you!
If you missed yesterday’s events then you can use the live feeds “Flashback” feature which works like Tivo for your feeds. Pick a day and time, then the feeds will time warp you back so you can watch the hottest events of the summer all season long. This is definitely one feature I’m getting a lot of use out of again this summer. Sign-up now for $13/month with the full season, 3-month pass to join in the fun!