Eviction Day for Big Brother 13! Well, actually double eviction day, but since there’s no way to even know who will be nominated we’re just going to focus on the first eviction. Check out our Big Brother predictions and then share your own in the poll below.
With all the insanity that went on last night it’s a tricky call for who will end up going home. I’ve said all week it’ll be Daniele and I’m going to stick to my guns.
Big Brother 13 Week 7 Eviction Predictions – Daniele or Kalia:
Today is going to be crazy in the house. I can’t wait to watch how things go.
What do you think? Share your guess in the poll and explain why in the comments.
Kicking things off is a recap of Jeff’s nominations – Porsche and Kalia. Looks like Porsche may get a glimmer of camera time this week! Exciting for her, but on the other end of the spectrum with Rachel not in power, not nominated, and away from her vile other half, she should be going through some major “attention withdrawl”.
Kalia defends herself in the diary room by saying that Porsche should be booted because she doesn’t do anything except host competitions, whereas Kalia is here to “bust her butt”. So far all I’ve seen Kalia doing is expanding her butt, however I’m not a live feed viewer, so what do I know? Daniele gives the “That’s What She Said” quote of the night with, “There’s always the question – what if [Jeff] backdoors me?”
After nominations, Daniele makes the mistake of trying to talk game with Kalia in the kitchen. Bad move, Dani. Way too many distractions in that room:
Everything was all about Adam today in the Big Brother house. He is the swing vote and has played both sides as well as any floater can. With his inability to take action and go against Jeff, the fate of Daniele is pretty much decided. Once again floaters are making their way dangerously close to the finals with only Jeff and Rachel left to compete. It’s time for Porsche to step it up and win something and send Jeff out the door behind Daniele.
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – August 24, 2011:
Thursday night is going to be nuts on Big Brother 13 with the Fast Forward episode featuring a double eviction and all the trimmings. Before we can get to the rushed competitions we’ll have to get through the first round of voting and eviction. Let’s take a look at the lay of the Big Brother land and see who is on her way out this week to become the second jury member.
It’s Big Brother 13 time again! The show is back tonight with a pretty pivotal Veto competition and ceremony. Big changes are coming and there are going to be a lot of unhappy fans crying, “it’s naaaaauuuuggght faaaaiiiirr!” Well, welcome to Big Brother!
If you’ve got one of our free Big Brother mobile apps then you probably already read how the competition and ceremony turned out, but if not, then you can go ahead get all those Big Brother 13 spoilers.
Don’t forget that Thursday’s live eviction show is going to be intense. We’ll have a Fast Forward event featuring two evictions and two HoH competitions. Depending on how the timing goes that second HoH comp might have to be played out on the Live Feeds. Speaking of, this week has been awesome with the online cameras. It’s where the real Big Brother game lives and the only place to watch it as it really happens.
Check back in tomorrow morning for another episode review by BB12’s Matt Hoffman.
If you haven’t been watching the BB13 Live Feeds then you’ve been missing the real game and there’s no way CBS is going to be able to show most of what’s been done and said in the house. You can catch it all on Flashback which lets you jump to any day and any time in the season. Get started with the Free Trial right now.
Things are gearing up for the Live Show and double eviction Thursday night for Big Brother 13. One house guest shows some attitude all day while paranoia sets in for another. It looks like everything will come down to Adam and who he decides to keep. Wednesday will be the last minute deal day so jump on the live feeds and see if votes can be swayed/
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – August 23, 2011: