It’s time for another Power of Veto ceremony in the Big Brother 14 game. This week’s Veto winner will have the choice whether or not to use the Veto and then, if it’s used, a renom must be announced.
We’ve been listening in on several conversations since late last night and the decision still seemed up in the air until very recently. Read on to find out what happened at today’s Veto meeting and what it means for the rest of the week.
Later today on Big Brother 14 the Veto ceremony will be held and the holder of the PoV will have the decision to change up this week’s nominations or leave them the same. Late night conversations have hinted at a couple of different options for everyone involved and while one might seem more likely we could get a surprise result.
It was a slow day in the Big Brother 14 house as the house guests spent most of the day working out. There was a fun incident with a banana costume that might not make it to the CBS shows, though. The paranoia among the Silent Six continued. Britney, Shane and Danielle are nervous Boogie and Frank will blindside one of them. Read on to find out what we saw and heard yesterday on the Big Brother Live Feeds.
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It didn’t take long for half of the Big Brother 14 house to regret their decision to blindside Janelle. All it took was Frank winning Head of Household and everyone left realizing, “oh, maybe Boogie can’t be trusted and maybe Janelle would have had my back.”
I could say SO much about this cast right now but I’ll save that for an op-ed piece some other time. This is a recap, so let me get to it.
At the top of the episode, we pick up with Janelle leaving the house and as I said, people are regretting it. Britney is crying and forgot that she was one of the first to get on board with the plan. She realizes that Janelle would have helped further her game and Boogie and Frank will not.
Then Frank wins the HoHo competition and Ashley and Wil start wondering why they evicted Janelle. Oh, that’s right, because they were in the mood to be catty a-holes and turn on their only real ally in the house. Joe, despite all his own little issues, is the only person who used his head with the vote last week. I’m not saying Janelle shouldn’t have gone home or anything, I’m just say a lot of people made a lot of bad moves.
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It’s nearly time for the Big Brother 14 nomination episode tonight on CBS (8/7c). We’ll watch along as Frank, the new HoH must make his decisions and set in action the potential eviction for the week. If you can’t wait, read Frank’s nominations now.
With the house divided in to two sectors, the Silent Six + Ian and then Team Janelle + Jenn, it shouldn’t be surprising which direction Frank decides to follow. Of course there have already been several discussions about turning on his own alliance, but I don’t expect the time is quite right for that.
CBS will catch you up on the events surrounding the nominations, but the Big Brother 14 game has already moved on well past that. Last night in the house a familiar guest returned to the game and hosted the Veto competition. We’ve got those Big Brother spoilers for you when you’re ready.
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