Ashley Iocco became the second victim of the amazingly awesome double eviction episode of Big Brother 14 last night. That also made her the first jury member of the season which means she holds 1/7 of the power to decide who gets the crown and half-million dollar check next month. I hope someone explains that part to her.
Ashley’s eviction wasn’t surprising after she made a week of bad decisions after a previous five weeks of questionable ones. Her decision to align herself with Boogie & Frank when both players were already on the block was simply not a good one. Combine that with her inability to articulate a defense or strategy in her final days and moments were a Big Brother death sentence.
As much as I was frustrated to watch her meander through the season it’s hard not to smile at a HG whose strategy is to “love love” as she told us in her preseason interview. With that, I give you our eviction interview with ex-HG Ashley Iocco.
Big Brother Network (BBN): What drove your decision to side with Boogie & Frank this past week?
Ashley Iocco: I wanted to make a move…I didn’t want to be categorized as a floater who didn’t deserve to be there. I wanted to be a part of a team and I wasn’t winning comps, so I felt like they would have my back and take me further in the game. I thought Boogie was a strong enough player that he could have somehow saved himself.
BBN: Do you regret your decision to vote out your coach, Janelle?
After last night’s amazing and crazy live double eviction episode of Big Brother 14, it’s time to calm down, take it all in and figure out who really played the best game last week. I think things are going to change drastically now that we’re entering Week 7, but the Week 6 rankings are easy as pie.
Best Players of the Week
1. Ian. He takes the top spot again this week and there is no one else who deserves this spot right now. Even though he had me worried most of the week that he was going to cave into his fanboy ways and play it safe, he continued to play all sides, masterminded Boogie’s demise and got everyone else to take the blame. Way. To. Go. Ian. Very impressed. Even Boogie took off his hat for Ian when he heard Ian’s amazing goodbye message.
2. Frank. Frank won the power of veto to get himself off the block once again. And he did a good job strong-arming everyone all week, trying to save Boogie. While I don’t agree with all of Frank’s thoughts and actions, he fought hard all week.
Worst Players of the Week
After an intense double eviction episode of Big Brother 14 and a not-so-surprising late night HoH competition it’s now time to move on to the pending nominations. The new HoH will make the nominees be known later tonight and from the private conversations last night we already have a good idea of who that will be.
Thursday night’s double eviction episode of Big Brother 14 was hands-down the best episode of the season. From Boogie learning Ian was the mastermind this week to Britney’s goodbye message to an underdog comeback, it was quite an episode.
The episode picked up right after Sunday’s show where we saw Shane put Jenn on the block in Frank’s place. Boogie and Frank were not happy, of course, so they let Shane have it. And Jenn got her official welcome to Big Brother 14 as she had to start campaigning and calling people out. She was not happy her loungey summer vacation was interrupted.
Better than the Jenn montage of confrontations was Boogie quest to rile up Dan, who was having none of it. There’s Dan quietly reading his Bible and in comes Boogie and sits right by him. Then Frank comes in and Ian follows. Jenn eventually joins the little game of “let’s talk about Dan right beside him because we know he’s just going to lay there and say nothing.”
The drama continues tonight on Big Brother 14 as the live double eviction show spilled over on to the Live Feeds. Following a miraculous recovery from yet another eviction Frank was pumped to head in to the second HoH competition of the evening. This time we’re expecting it to be very similar to the skill challenge the HGs were given last night.
Read on to find out who got the big win tonight and what that could mean for the game.
Big Brother 14 Spoilers: Week 7 HoH Competition Results:
Tonight on Big Brother 14 we’re going to get a whirlwind episode featuring a double eviction. That means we’ll get an entire week’s events in one show. These are always intense and exciting. Remember last year’s clown shoe event? Oh yeah.
I’ll be updating this post here with the double eviction, veto competition, and HoH results as they’re revealed on the show. Have your Live Feeds ready to go (Not signed up yet? Use the Free Trial!) because when the broadcast show is over the Live Feed will return and that’s where the real action will be. Last year the HoH competition results were revealed on the Live Feeds rather than the show so you’ll want to be able to watch.
Big Brother 14 Week 6 Live Eviction voting:
- Ashley: evict Jenn
- Britney: evict Boogie
- Joe: evict Boogie
- Frank: evict Jenn
- Dan: evict Boogie
- Ian: evict Boogie
- That’s all it takes. Boogie is evicted.
- Danielle: evict Boogie
By a vote of 5-2, Mike Boogie is evicted.
Unfortunately for Ian, he outs himself to Boogie just before he leaves. Boogie whispers to Frank, “Ian is not to be trusted.” If only Ian had kept his mouth shut a little longer…
Big Brother 14 Week 6.5 HoH Competition – ‘Before & After’:
- Round 1: Ashley is out.
- Round 2: Joe, Jenn, & Dan are out.
- Round 3: Frank is out!
- Round 4: All are safe.
- Round 5: Britney is out. Ian & Danielle are left
- Round 6 – Tie-Breaker: Ian is the new HoH!
Ian is the new HoH for tonight’s Fast-Forward event!
We get a moment of Ian threatening Joe that either he gives him safety next week or he goes on the block. Everyone then runs in to couches. Ian says he was scared by what Frank said after Boogie warned him not to trust Ian. Sure enough, Ian nominates…
Big Brother 14 Week 6.5 Nominations: