Another week of Big Brother 14 brings another round of nominations. We’ve got your spoilers thanks to what’s going on the Live Feeds. The Feeds are back and we’re listening in to see who is on the chopping block and who has dodged danger.
Big Brother 14 Week 4 Nominations:
After an extremely adventurous night on the Big Brother 14 Live Feed we have a new HoH and are marching our way toward another nomination ceremony. It’s time to take a look and see what nominations we can expect later today.
Matt Hoffman (BB12) makes a special return today with his thoughts on Big Brother 14’s “Reset” event on Thursday’s live show. Matt doesn’t pull any punches with his reactions to what brought the game back to square one. Read on for Hoffman’s brutal honesty.
Quite a twisted up series of events we had in the Big Brother house last night. Julie tells us that America has voted to give the coaches the option to forego their coaching duties and enter the game as players for the $500,000. Here are the parameters of their decision options, as I understood it…
If any ONE coach hit the “reset button” in the Diary Room
- Every coach is forced to enter the game as a player.
- There is no eviction tonight.
If EVERY SINGLE coach passes on hitting the “reset button”
- Coaches remain coaches.
- Pigs fly.
- Someone gets evicted.
- Hell freezes over.
- Big Brother is going to bring back houseguests that were already kicked out who are probably scorned/angry.
- Big Brother owns the souls of the coaches’ firstborn children.
- The coaches lose their stipend.
- Upon exiting the house, the coaches must live the rest of their lives in captivity on Allison Grodner’s island of misfits reality slaves.
Oh no, coaches – no one made you push that button. But what coach in their right mind (I said “in their right mind”, Boogie) would opt for the whirlwind of cow dung spiraling around Option B??? Of course at least one coach will surely push that poorly-made toy buzzer. And therein is the root of my problem…
Another week has ended in the Big Brother 14 house and even though things got turned upside down Thursday night when the coaches entered the game, there’s still a week to look back on. Sure Shane’s Head of Household reign is now a total wash, as is the big game changing move. Even Janelle’s hard work this week was for nothing. But that doesn’t mean there wasn’t some great (and terrible) game play.
Best Players of the Week
1. Shane: For the second week in a row, Shane’s game can’t go unrewarded. He won HOH and his third Power of Veto in a row. And he actually used the Veto, mJaking a game move that hasn’t been used so well in years. The fact that he played Boogie and Frank so well all the way up to what we thought would be the live eviction show, says a lot for his overall game play. We already know he’s a good physical player, but now we know he’s a good strategical player as well. Whether or not his social game will stack up will likely be tested this week when he’s not in power.
2. No one: I mean, really. There was no other good player this week. I gained a little respect for Wil for standing up for his own game and not letting Janelle control his every move. But I think he would be better off letting her do so. And Danielle is only concerned with bagging Shane. Jenn is still apparently hiding in the walls and Ian’s summer vacay continues. Ashley remains stoned from that really powerful bowl she smoked before entering sequester back in July. Frank didn’t do anything. Then there’s Joe. Speaking of Joe, let’s segway.
We welcomed a lot of new readers to the Big Brother 14 Live Feeds last night with the arrival of the season’s first endurance competition. If you missed that action then check it out on Flashback. That was one of the best we’ve seen in seasons as it ran for almost three and a half hours. Now that you’ve got your Live Feeds here’s what you can expect.
All Friday we’ll be watching the HGs scramble to kiss the HoH’s butt while covering their own. The new HoH will be making nomination decisions and holding lots of meetings throughout the day. Previous enemies will suddenly become new besties.
Then later tonight we’ll be able to watch the fallout from the nomination ceremony. Two BB14 HGs will go up on the block and the backlash will begin. We can’t see the ceremony itself on the Feeds, but the real drama comes afterward as the house reacts.
On Saturday the Veto players will be picked and the competition will be held shortly after. Both events should happen in the early afternoon. We’ll be able to watch and discover who is wearing the coveted medallion to start learning what could happen next.
The Veto ceremony won’t happen until Monday, but if the Veto falls in to the right hands we’ll get lots of pleading and deal making throughout the house until then.
Fridays through Mondays are really the most exciting days in the Big Brother house so enjoy your new Live Feeds and watch along with all of us!
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All week — OK, all season — long, we’ve been wondering if the Big Brother 14 coaches would enter the game and we got our answer during Thursday’s live episode.
As you probably know by now, the coaches did choose to enter the game after America voted yes to give them the option. Oh, and that little twist resets the game, meaning no one was evicted either. So it’s not only Britney, Janelle, Dan and Boogie’s lucky day, it’s also Joe’s and Frank’s.
At the start of the episode we pick up where we left off the night before. Shane had just used the Power of Veto on Ashely and renominated Frank. We got to see Ashley think “she did it!” Did what? Surely she doesn’t think she got herself off the block? Hahahahaha.
We also get to see Frank and Boogie’s shock and awe. That’s pretty quickly squashed when everyone involved in the big game move makes Frank and Boogie think Frank really isn’t the target. They just wanted to control the votes so Joe would be the one to definitely go home. Riiiiiiight. But then somewhere along the way, Britney tells Boogie that Ian made them worried with his comment about putting Shane up. So maybe Frank is at risk? Who knows. (And who cares since that’s all a moot point later anyway). Boogie let’s Ian have it, but not in a terribly awful way, for not telling Britney what she needed to hear.