After a slow start to the Big Brother day the Season 16 Houseguest rose to a fiery Nominations Ceremony and a Battle of the Block competition that left the weaker side of the house wondering just what was going on.
The women of BB16 look ready to be picked off and eliminated if something doesn’t happen fast and to their advantage. Of course this is Big Brother so give everything a few hours and that just might happen especially with more Caleb and Amber drama ramping up overnight.
Find out what else happened on the Big Brother feeds Friday.
Big Brother 16 Live Feed Highlights – Friday, July 18, 2014:
As a nice change of pace no one seemed determined to throw this competition despite one nominee believing that to be the case this week.
Earlier we learned of the official nominations and the stage is set for another feisty week, but will everything go to plan?
As soon as the HoH competition was over last night we saw the HGs going right to work on setting their nomination plans. No surprises here as the alliance made their moves and set the pieces up just the way they wanted things to go.
Read on for the latest nomination spoilers:
Big Brother 16 Week 4 Nominations:
Devin Shepherd was evicted on Thursday night from Big Brother 16 after leading the biggest game of the season so far. Of course playing a big game isn’t always the smartest game to play in the house, but no one can say he didn’t keep us entertained.
After 28 days in the Big Brother house Devin walked out the door with a smile on his face and you can hear it still in his voice this morning when we spoke. He was the first to admit mistakes made in the game while maintaining he enjoyed every minute of his experience.
We ran through a LOT of questions and honestly I could have talked with Devin twice as long and still not covered everything there was to discuss, but I think we’ve hit the major points in our interview.
Matthew Boyer – Big Brother Network (BBN): You were riding high with your alliance in control of the game, but now here you are. From your perspective, what went wrong?
Devin Shepherd: Everything that you could imagine went wrong. I was at the top of my game. I was at the top of the hill and I came tumbling down really fast and hard.
Two big things and I’ve made them very clear through my stay in the house. If I could do things differently I would not have formed an alliance on Day 2. Yesterday on my eviction day I was just getting to know everybody in the house and what made them tick. It wasn’t smart to form an alliance with people I didn’t know. Eventually I ended up tearing it down because of paranoia and seeing some of their characters and realizing I don’t want to work with these people.
Second thing was I should have put up [as a renom] Victoria instead of Zach. I was in an alliance regardless and I knew by breaking down one person in the alliance that the rest of it would come crumbling down, but Brittany touched my heart and got to me on a parent level with some of her backstory. I couldn’t justify leaving her there as a father of a daughter.
If I had put up Victoria next to Paola I think Victoria would have gone home last week and I’d be in the good graces of the house.
BBN: If creating the Bomb Squad on Day 2 was your worst move. What was your best move?
Ding Dong the Witch is dead! I was still holding out hope that the house would realize that Caleb was the bigger threat and they would band together – or at least 6 of them – and keep Devin this week. Say what you want about his game, but he made for great TV. We have had players before that played too fast, and we have seen players flip flop several times in one week – but we have never seen anyone like him.
The last 2 weeks we have seen the biggest pawn leave, and now the biggest target leave – so, these Houseguests will have to start turning on each other. The other thing that I am still upset with was Nicole & Christine promised to cast hinky votes for Devin – causing Caleb to have a Cowboy Beast Mode Meltdown. But they probably got scared that they would get found out and become targets when they are both solidly in the middle and on no ones radar.
Team America is back at it again this week with their second mission and a strong position to make it happen. Read on to find out which target viewers selected: a floater or a threat.