The Big Brother 14 drama continues today with the Veto competition. The Power of Veto comp follows the nominations last night and should provide yet another round of fuel to this house’s blaze. HGs have been arguing and fighting since the noms were revealed and it’s made for an incredible amount of drama in the house. Just the kind of drama that makes for great Live Feeds for us to watch all weekend.
Read on to find out who won the Veto and what that could mean for the game this week.
Last night we saw new life breathed in to Big Brother 14. The new HoH made his nominations known to the house and just as we expected it caused a lot of drama in the house. Not a little drama. A lot. Like seven straight hours of arguments, anger, and maybe even a few tears. I don’t see an end in sight anytime soon either.
Despite a repeat HoH for this week on Big Brother 14 things are looking up as the house is about to avoid yet another week of targeting floater HGs. Not only that, but we got our first glimpse at this season’s inevitable return of Pandora’s Box.
But set all of that aside because the game finally ramped up last night when drama broke out left and right thanks to the latest nominations. Things are just going to get angrier and uglier as we move forward this week. You won’t want to miss it.
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 17, 2012:
This week’s nominations have arrived on Big Brother 14 and this could finally shake things up in the house. After a not-so-surprising endurance competition we were lucky to find out this week’s HoH was entertaining the idea of betraying his own alliance.
Now that the nomination ceremony results are in we know who is on the block and what to expect this week. Read on to find out who is on the chopping block and all the big time drama that broke out in the house following the ceremony. Good times!
Big Brother 14 Week 6 Nominations:
This week’s eviction surely pleased last week’s evictee as Janelle’s former player, Wil Heuser, followed her out the door just one week later. Today I had the chance to speak with Wil and ask him about voting out his coach, that ill-fated talk with Frank and Boogie, his biggest move in the game, and where his fans can find him next.
Big Brother Network (BBN): What advantage did you see in evicting your coach & protector, Janelle? Do you regret that move?
Wil Heuser: There wasn’t really an advantage to doing that. I feel I was given the opportunity to get myself off the block and she was consequently the person that went up. When it came down to votes, if Ashley and I had voted to keep her in she still would have gone home. We were trying to avoid getting a target on our backs. It would have been great to keep Janelle. I know she would have never put me up on the block and I’d still be in the game this week. You’ve got to do what you think is right at the time.
[Janelle] was not well liked by any of the houseguests. I’m not sure how she was portrayed in editing, but she was definitely if not the most, one of the most disliked persons in the house.
BBN: Why weren’t you willing to tell Frank & Boogie what they wanted to hear in that Friday discussion that led to you being a target and eventually evicted?
Frank and Boogie are out of power and Shane is back in as we roll into Big Brother 14 Week 5. Last week, some alliances were formed but a HoH reign was wasted on a floater. So picking the best players from Week 4 week is going to be a tough one. Let’s try it anyway.
Best Players of the Week
1. Ian. I was beginning to think I’d never be able to put Ian in this category, despite my pre-season opinion of him. But after weeks of sitting in Boogie’s shadow, Ian has really stepped up his game. He sought out an alliance with Britney, Dan, Danielle and Shane. They might have named it something stupid, but the Quack Pack is currently holding the majority in the house. And Ian has been using his social game to find out information and has even started suggesting making some bold moves, like putting Boogie out of the game. Way to go, Ian.
2. Boogie. He gets this spot only because he controlled Frank this week. Had Frank not sent Wil out the door and instead worked on Dan as he wanted, then he would’ve been here. Actually, he would’ve been in the #1 spot. But since Boogie controlled Frank he’s ahead of the game. Boogie’s target (Wil) might have made no sense, but he did make the move for Frank, basically.
Worst Players of the Week