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Big Brother 15 Week 10 Player Rankings

| September 7, 2013 at 1:16 PM EDT


We just lost two of the major forces in the Big Brother 15 house, so now the rankings are going to get very interesting from here on out.

Amanda and Elissa have been a Top 5 staple for a while now, so now that they’re gone, who is going to move up? And will they really deserve to move up? Let’s take a look.

Big Brother 15 Week 10 Player Rankings

1. Andy. This guy didn’t win any competitions this week, and he didn’t need to. Since he’s played a nearly-flawless social game all season, he was able to convince McCrae that he was not that stray vote to evict Amanda. That lead to McCrae nominating Elissa, his actual only ally in the house, which lead to her eviction. Andy masterminded that. At this point, Andy is poised for a Big Brother win. Now, if he was only more likable…

2. Judd. It immediately gets tricky because no one really deserves a second-place spot. For every good thing someone did, they did something bad or stupid to negate it. Judd, for instance, decided to turn his back on Elissa despite her really being on his side. But in the end, he knew being teamed with her would only put a target on his back, and it would be those two against the rest of the house. So when he won the power of veto in the double eviction, he did not save Elissa. That actually bought him some more time in the house and solidified his alliance with The Exterminators.

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Big Brother 15 Live Feeds Week 11: Friday Night Highlights

| September 7, 2013 at 7:24 AM EDT

Big Brother 15 September 7, 2013

There are only five Big Brother HGs left and four of them are in an alliance which means we’re not going to see nearly the same level of Friday night post-nomination contention we’ve enjoyed in the past. Instead we get to watch as the final alliance starts to chew on itself in anticipation of the next move.

Read about those moments and others on our Live Feed highlights below. And remember to sign-up now for the Big Brother Feeds so you can watch any of these moments by using the Flashback archive feature.

Big Brother 15 Live Feed Highlights –  Friday, September 6, 2013

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Big Brother 15 Spoilers: Week 11 Nominations

| September 6, 2013 at 8:28 PM EDT

Big Brother 15 nominations

It’s spoiler time for Big Brother 15 and we’ve got your nomination spoilers from the Live Feeds. The Feeds are back and we’re watching to see who has been nominated and how the house reacts. This would be an ideal time to sign-up so you can try out the Feeds and see what other fans are watching everyday inside the house.

The HGs are down to the season’s Final Five and they are thoroughly enjoying themselves for having made it this far. Of course the punishments doled out after last night’s HoH competition is putting a little damper on that, but they’ll be free soon from those burdens. Check out pics from earlier today to see who was tethered together.

Big Brother 15 Week 11 Nominations:

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Big Brother 15 Live Feeds: Week 11 Friday Daytime Highlights

| September 6, 2013 at 6:47 PM EDT


After last night’s crazy Big Brother 15 Double Eviction, the houseguests were up late, so much of the day today has been spent resting. But there has been some important game talk going on between Andy and Spencer. They have to figure out what to do if McCrae wins veto. They have to pick between GinaMarie and Judd to go home instead.

Read about those moments and others on our Live Feed highlights below. And remember to sign-up now for the Big Brother Feeds so you can watch any of these moments by using the Flashback archive feature.

Big Brother 15 Live Feed Highlights –  Friday, Sept. 6, 2013

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Big Brother 15: Punishments Hit The House, Leaving HGs In Chains

| September 6, 2013 at 5:32 PM EDT

Big Brother 15 gives out punishments

As part of the late night HoH competition for Big Brother 15 the HGs were at risk of ending up with either a punishment or a prize. Instead of the usual method where a loser is stuck with the punishment or picks from a selection of boxes the assignment was decided by this week’s HoH.

Spoilers ahead if you’re waiting to avoid hearing who is the new HoH until Sunday…

Spencer was forced to hand out two punishments and one prize, or at least a potential prize. The first punishment was for on-demand exercising. Whenever a whistle blows this HG will have to do jumping jacks, sit-ups, and possibly other exercises for an announced number of reps. The whistle comes over the speaker along with a pretend drill sergeant barking commands and insults. Judd received this punishment.

The next punishment is for two houseguests to be “chained” together. They’ll have to go everywhere with the other person including trips to the DR, bathroom, or even taking a shower. McCrae and GinaMarie received this punishment. This means GM won’t be able to talk game with her Exterminator partners until after nominations, but Spencer had a talk warning her of this before the chain was in place.

The last thing to be handed out was actually a prize, of sorts. Andy had the chance to win up to $5,000. It sounded like he got to pick between containers and could’ve won from a few dollars all the way up to $5K. The event for this was held earlier today with disappointing results. Andy drew a whopping $94. Ah well.

As for how long these punishments last, I believe both go for 24 hours so they’ll soon be over if Big Brother even makes them go the whole time.

If you were HoH who would you give the exercises, the chains, and the prize money?


Big Brother 15 Week 11: Nomination Anticipation

| September 6, 2013 at 11:31 AM EDT

Big Brother 15 HG: Andy, Spencer, & McCrae

The Exterminators are running the house again this week after McCrae, the sole non-Exterminator HG, won the first HoH competition of the Double Eviction episode last night. With McCrae out of the running for the big power the remaining four-person alliance would regain control no matter what.

With that in mind, it didn’t particularly matter which one of them won the Head of Household competition late last night, but now that we have the results we know which two will be up on the block. Read on for the spoilers.

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