Sunday’s episode of Big Brother 14 picked up right after Frank’s eviction because there were a lot of things that went down while the show was at commercial or on Julie Chen.
What we didn’t see last Thursday was Dan targeting Ian and Shane. When Dan won the Head of Household during the double eviction, he told Jenn, Danielle and Shane that they need to get Ian out instead of Joe.
Dan then told Ian that he had to put up Memphis in Season 10 and that he was going to have to put Ian up this time but only as a pawn. Ian isn’t happy about it, but he trusts Dan (even though he shouldn’t, of course).
So that’s what happens. Dan puts up Ian and Joe. And as we saw Thursday, Ian won the veto and took himself off the block. We were all shocked when Dan put up Danielle and none of us really knew why. We found that out on tonight’s episode.
Are you ready to watch the latest HoH competition on Big Brother 14? Tonight’s show will take us to the backyard to witness the off-camera competition held after Thursday’s live double eviction show. Thanks to a quick thinking audience member’s camera we at least knew would involve dropping a ball in to the correct day/event combo. That made it seem like the perfect opportunity for the HG with the perfect memory.
Tonight CBS may catch you up on the events up to the nominations, but the Big Brother 14 game has already moved on well past that. Yesterday the HGs competed in the Veto competition which lays the tracks for the rest of the week. We’ve got those Big Brother spoilers for you when you’re ready.
The real BB game continues to be on the Live Feeds with plenty more drama than CBS can fit in to three hour-long episodes. Want to see what it’s like to watch the in-house cameras, listen in on the HGs private conversations, and see who is doing what? Then get your free trial of the Live Feeds and see what you’ve been missing.
Frank Eudy fought the good fight on Big Brother 14 and boy did he fight it. It seems like all Frank did was fight his way through the season before being evicted on Thursday during the double eviction after five previous trips to the chopping block.
Frank’s eviction seemed inevitable after so many attacks, but that didn’t stop Frank from being one of the strongest competitors in the game. Then again, maybe if things had played out differently he wouldn’t have had to be such a strong competitor, further reinforcing his status as a target.
Unfortunately this week due to a flub on my part of misdirecting our Frank eviction interview questions to the wrong CBS contact we don’t have our own interview to share. Oh but we got Joe’s interview just fine so how’s that for luck? Pretty bad, I know. So instead I’ve collected up a few interviews from other outlets to tide you over.
Digital Spy’s Frank Eudy interview:
Digital Spy: Besides being a stronger player, there were others who were also threats in the game. Why did you always become the target?
Frank Eudy: Even though there were other targets in the game, after I survived the block three or four times, people realized I couldn’t be beat in the final two. Because of that, people were like, ‘Why string him along to the end when he can win competitions and beat everybody?
XFinity’s eviction interview with Frank Eudy:
XFinity: Would you do anything differently with your strategy if you had to do it over again?
Frank Eudy: Yes, obviously if I could start the game over again and know who would stick by what they say, I would have aligned with those people early on. And, I would have gotten Dan and Danielle [Murphree] out week two.
The HGs are dwindling but the game continues in the Big Brother 14 house. Saturday brought the return of another Veto competition with interesting results that could bring back something we haven’t seen in a decade. With the remaining Quack Pack alliance controlling the vote things are going to come down to trust.
Read on to find out what happened in the house on Saturday.
You can rewatch all of these events with Big Brother Live Feed Flashback
Big Brother 14 Live Feed Highlights – Saturday, September 8, 2012:
The Big Brother 14 Power of Veto competition has finished and we have discovered who holds the power to veto one of this week’s nominees.
Today’s Veto will help decide whether or not the Quack Pack’s remaining members all move on to the next round. If Jenn wins it then another Quacker falls, but considering Dan is still in the mix he may be able to negotiate getting out which ever HG best serves his needs. Will he turn on his fellow QP’ers? Of course. The question is “when?”.
Read on to find out who won the Veto and what that could mean for the game this week.
Joe Arvin shouted and shouted and shouted his way through Big Brother 14 but after surviving multiple nominations he finally fell to the numbers game. It was time for him to go this week after Ian secured the Veto in the second PoV competition of the double eviction night. I had the chance to put a few questions to Joe about his alliances, the biggest mistake he made, and who he wants to see at the finale.
Big Brother Network (BBN): Your allegiance in the game seemed to shift quite often. Who do you feel was your closest, most trusted ally in throughout the game?
Joe Arvin: Shane was the ally that I picked to stick with to the end. Side alliances just seemed to be a part of this season. Not many people stuck together as power shifted. With the coaches I was unable to make my real choices till week three.
BBN: You made it the farthest in the game out of the entire “Team Janelle.” Do you think your team would have survived longer if Janelle had stayed?