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.
Tonight on Big Brother 14 we’ll be treated to another mega episode jam packed with a Power of Veto, a surprise eviction, and even another HoH competition. Of course none of this will come as a surprise to our readers who have been following along on our Big Brother spoilers coverage. All the same, I’ll be running through live coverage of tonight’s episode to confirm everything we’ve already reported.
Big Brother 14 Week 9 Power of Veto competition – ‘Time Flies’:
- Shane wins the Veto + a Luxury Prize
For the Luxury Prize, Shane gets to pick another HG to leave the house, watch Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions, and meet the “Fierce Five.” He picks Danielle.
Big Brother 14 Week 9 Power of Veto ceremony:
- Shane uses the Veto. Danielle is the renom.
Big Brother 14 Week 9 Surprise Eviction voting:
- Shane: evict Jenn
- Dan: evict Jenn
By a vote of 2-0, Jenn Arroyo has been evicted from Big Brother 14.
Big Brother 14 Week 9.5 HoH competition – ‘Photographic Memory’:
- Round 1: All get it right.
- Round 2: All get it right.
- Round 3: Shane & Danielle get it right.
- Round 4: Shane & Dan get it right.
- Round 5: Dan & Danielle get it right.
- Round 6: Dan & Danielle get it right.
- Round 7: All get it right.
- Tie-breaker: Dan goes over. Danielle wins.
Danielle is the new Head of Household. She’ll be making nominations soon and has guaranteed herself a spot in the Final 3.
It’s that time again. You can vote at CBS’ website for your favorite HG to win a $25,000 prize on finale night. All HGs but Willie are eligible. Aww, now how’s he supposed to pay for all those pork rinds he’s already ordered??
After tonight’s show broadcasts on both coasts the Live Feeds will return and we’ll be able to find out who was nominated and who has won the next Power of Veto. The next Veto will control who is on the block tomorrow night and who is the sole vote. Read all my theories on the most likely Final 3 scenarios. Fun times ahead on Big Brother!
Now that we know who was evicted last night during the special Big Brother 14 episode taping and who went on to win the next HoH we can start to do some solid speculation regarding who will make it to the Final 3 this season. If you’d rather dodge the latest Big Brother 14 spoilers then stop reading now. Otherwise, let’s take a look.
Get ready for a wild show tonight on Big Brother 14! Last night Julie Chen and company taped a surprise eviction episode and tonight we’ll get to see it all play out in addition to the Veto competition and ceremony. Of course if you can’t wait for tonight then we’ve got all those spoilers for you right now from the links below.
The Veto competition was held on Saturday and the follow-up ceremony was held on Monday. The Veto competition looks pretty cool and should be fun to watch playout. We’ve got the preview video of the Veto comp “Time Flies” at the bottom of this article.
Once we get through that portion of the show we’ll be treated to the HGs being caught by surprise and racing to get ready for a surprise eviction and HoH competition. CBS has turned off the Feeds to protect the results from spreading and they were effective… for about 20 minutes. We have reliable reports on who was evicted and who is the new HoH. Get all of those Big Brother spoilers right here.
Once tonight’s show has broadcast on both coasts the Live Feeds will return. From there we should be able to discover who is currently nominated and who has won the most powerful Veto of the season. The HG who wins this week’s Veto will determine the nominations and cast the sole vote so there’s a lot of pressure.
Be sure to have your Live Feeds (Get your 3-Day Free Trial right now!) ready to watch what happens and then you can always watch tomorrow night’s final endurance competition of the season. It’s going to be a wild ride and you won’t want to miss it.
CBS may have blacked out the Live Feeds from the Big Brother house for last night’s special eviction episode recording, but they still included a live audience. Now, despite a 33-hour ban on access to the in-house cams the results from last night’s show have been revealed by credible sources. If you don’t want to know who was voted out or who became the next HoH then stop reading now.
Since the Big Brother 14 Live Feeds are blacked out, it gave me a chance to pause and think ahead about the next week. If things play out as most of us expect, and we find Wednesday night that Jenn was evicted, then our final four will be Dan, Ian, Shane and Danielle.
So presuming that’s our final four, I’ll break down how I think things could play out and who has the most potential to win.
Dan: I can’t really imagine anyone targeting Dan at this point because Ian and Danielle both have final two deals with him. He’s very likely to make it to the final two. If he does, then he might have a hard time beating Danielle or Ian if they’re sitting next to him. I’m not sure if Frank or Britney will reward Dan. But right now, overall, (despite sounding contradictory), I think Dan has the biggest shot at winning.