It was a late wake up call this morning in the Big Brother house and after some small chit chat on various subjects, game talk started in full bloom. Everyone wants to know what will happen at the veto ceremony. If one of the nominees comes off the block who will go up in their place and Brenchel are already trying to secure votes in case that happens.
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – August 14, 2011:
I loathe you, America.
OK, I don’t really loathe you, but I do have to ask you why oh WHY did you vote for Brendon to return to the game? First of all, you do remember he already had a chance to play this game only ONE season ago? Secondly, am I the only one tired of his emotional abuse to Rachel? I truly can’t handle it anymore. I guess I’ll never understand.
Anyway, on to the recap. Sunday’s episode of “Big Brother” picks up right after Lawon’s eviction . We first get to see Shelly and Adam float back to the other side as they join Jeff, Jordan and Rachel celebrating Brendon’s return. While they’re jumping around like Jeff and Jordan just won high school homecoming king and queen, Daniele and Kalia are ready to drown themselves in the HoH tub. And Porsche is walking around looking at shiny objects.
Big Brother 13 is back tonight for episode 17 where we’ll watch the house react to the new Head of Household which wasn’t shown on Thursday’s live show and the nomination ceremony which must have been exciting considering the last minute deals made.
If you can’t wait for Julie Chen and company to deliver the latest BB13 news then you can go ahead and take a peek at the HoH competition results and HoH nomination spoilers. But wait, there’s more! The Power of Veto competition has already taken place and we’ve got those PoV spoilers too if you really want to get ahead and read all the latest Big Brother 13 spoilers.
What a day, what a day, what a day. Big Brother 13 really came to life yesterday with an impossibly long Veto competition followed by the hardest time we’ve had in seasons trying to figure out who won. Even after that it’s less assured what will happen next with the Veto ceremony looming in the near future. Read on to find out what happened on Saturday and what it means for the Big Brother HGs.
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Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – August 13, 2011:
This week’s Big Brother 13 Veto competition was critical to more players than possibly any previous Veto comp this season. With two floaters nominated last night the options were wide open for someone to be backdoored. Once the Veto players were selected one of the couples began to panic when they realized they’re most likely doomed while the HoH celebrated her luck in the picks.
Read on to find out who won and what that means for the game this week.
Big Brother 13 Week 6 Power of Veto results:
When we decided to do a rundown of each newly-evicted Big Brother 13 house guest’s game, I didn’t expect Lawon to be the focus. So this isn’t going to be as exciting as I’d like. Figuring out where Lawon’s game went wrong could be summed up in a sentence. Something like this: Lawon’s game was so nonexistent, I wasn’t even sure he knew he was playing a game. But I’ll try to give you a little more than that.
Lawon’s first mistake was not really playing the game. He was first or early out of challenges and he rarely talked game or really took sides. He just floated along more than anyone else. Then there was the whole part where he asked to be evicted because he was convinced he’d be eliminated then brought back with super powers. This game is never that easy, Lawon. And haven’t you heard that broken record called “Expect the Unexpected?”
Aside from the obvious, Lawon was also caught up in a lot of lies. Not even lies about the game, but just lies out of the blue. Shelly even said in Thursday’s episode that Lawon lied so much that she now knows what to look for when he’s not telling the truth. He would talk in circles and agree with everyone on everyone. He pretended to always know what someone was talking about. Weird.