The Big Brother Veto win can be a blessing or a curse. You can save yourself, save a partner (heck, save yourself and a partner), or just wreck havoc on the HoH’s plans. Then again, you can get stuck in a corner for two days as a million reasons to use it bombard you. This week’s Veto winner falls in to the latter category and can’t wait to be done with that after this Veto’s ceremony.
Today was all about the campaigning of Kalia in the Big Brother house. Adam finds himself the most popular person in the game as everyone wants to know if he is going to use the veto. He holds the power this week because if he does bring someone off the block, Jordan will be going up and out and if he doesn’t, he will have to try and beat Rachel and Jordan in the final three unless Porsche can pull off a miracle.
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – September 4, 2011:
Donna Martin graduates
Sunday on a nail-biting action-packed Big Brother 13, we saw twist after twist, fight after fight, and it all ended with the most shocking news of the season: Rachel Reilly is a really bad driver.
Seriously, people, that’s about as exciting as Sunday’s episode got. That is unless you’re a complete nerd trapped in bad 90s television. Or Adam. Sorry, CBS, Tori Spelling cannot save the rest of this season. I’m only going to say this once (mostly) just to get some fun comments, but I hope the Daniele and Shelly haters are happy because this is the Big Brother they wanted. Wake me when it’s over.
OK, on to an actual recap. Sunday’s episode picked up in the middle of the HoH competition. I’d normally make a joke here about this being designed for Rachel since she’s used to crawling around in slimy gunk on her hands and knees, but that’s too easy. Instead, I’ll ask a question: Why is it so easy for everyone to make fun of Kalia and Adam for losing competitions when Jordan has been the worst physical competitor of the season? Oh, that’s right, it’s because she’s sweet and as Jeff would say, “cute as a stupid little button.”
Big Brother 13 episode 26 arrives tonight and should bring with it lots of entertainment. We’ll get the doughnut HoH competition from Thursday played out, Pandora’s Box returning, and then the nominations. Lots to see on tonight’s BB13 show.
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. Pandora’s Box made another appearance this weekend too and that should make it in to tonight’s show. But wait, that’s not all! The Power of Veto competition has already taken place and we’ve got those PoV spoilers too if you want all the latest Big Brother 13 spoilers.
Don’t forget, Wednesday will feature a surprise eviction for the HGs. It won’t be live though. The HGs will be competing Tuesday and Wednesday for the next HoH and Veto before Thursday’s live eviction show. Then by the end of Thursday’s show we’ll be down to our Final 3 HGs of the season as they battle it out in the 3-round HoH comp.
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Another crazy Power of Veto day on Big Brother 13. We had a surprise turn of events when the one player I figured would not want to win did exactly that. Go figure. Now that the Veto is over we’re entering the campaign phase. There was already a lot of that on Saturday and I’m expecting even more on Sunday.
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – September 3, 2011:
This week’s Big Brother 13 Power of Veto competition is over and we’ve got the results. With the house split along two sides and one player straddling the fence both sets of HGs had their eyes on the Veto prize. No Pandora’s Box meddling this time around, just a good ol’ fashioned battle for control.
Read on to find out who won and what that means for the game this week.
Big Brother 13 Week 9 Power of Veto results: