Thursday night’s Big Brother was the equivalent of being in a hospice. You know what the end result is going to be, and you know that it’s going to be bad – but you still just sit there and wait out the inevitable. Julie Chen kicks things off as usual (rocking a sweet 90’s-era pants suit) with a recap of this week’s events. It’s not often that the Chenbot shows actual human emotion, but even she doesn’t waste any time pointing out how stupid Lawon is and laughing at him.
Back in the house, we see the aftermath of the veto nomination ceremony. Lawon couldn’t be more proud of himself (or more delusional, for that matter):
LAWON: If I do get voted out of the house, I have a 99% chance of coming back into the game with super powers.
Close. You actually have a 100% chance of not coming back into the game. And you best hope that whatever super power you receive gives you the ability to deflect a lifetime of personal ridicule. It’s only once every 10 seasons that a homosexual African American makes the type of colossal game blunder that you have, so you have quite a ride in store for you!
LAWON: So take note, America – Lawon made the boldest move that anyone could do in the Big Brother house.
Yet another statement that is completely correct, but for all the wrong reasons. It would be a “bold move” for me to put my hand down a garbage disposal and turn it on, but that doesn’t mean I should go brag about it to all of America. Lawon is so bad of a player that it’s actually awkward and uncomfortable to watch. Kalia tries to justify keeping Rachel in the house because she, too, drank the “whoever is evicted is definitely coming back” Kool-Aid. Even Jeff (hardly the poster boy for intellect) picks up on the fact that Kalia is a total strategic failure and calls her out for being stupid. When Jeff is making personal attacks at your mental capacity, you know it’s looking bleak.
After a relatively quiet day in the Big Brother house, things became much more interesting during the live show as we watched Lawon get evicted, per his request, which has to go down as the most idiotic move in the game’s history! Not only did we see Dani vote out one of her own alliance members but then we get to watch in horrified fascination as Brendon wins his way back in the game. Brenchel show take two coming right up! But wait! Who won the HoH?
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – August 11, 2011
Tonight on Big Brother 13 episode 16, the results of the next live eviction will be revealed along with the results the big America’s Vote Twist and tonight’s HoH competition. While we wait for the results join us on Facebook and grab our free iPhone and Android mobile apps!
I can’t wait to see how tonight’s vote turns out. Daniele is still expecting to decide during the show whether or not she wants Rachel evicted. Little does she know those votes are no longer under her control. Then once that craziness is over we’ll get the big twist and a battle for an evicted HG to return. It won’t stop there though because we’re about to find out who will be the next HoH and the pressure is huge tonight.
I’ll be updating this post here with the live results as they’re revealed on the show. Have your Live Feeds (not signed up yet? Get the Free Trial) ready to go because as soon as the broadcast is over the Big Brother Feeds come back!
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Big Brother 13 Week 5 Live Eviction voting:
- Jordan: evict Lawon
- Jeff: evict Lawon
- Porsche: evict Lawon
- Daniele: evict Lawon
- Shelly: evict Lawon
- Adam: evict Lawon
That’s it. Lawon has been evicted just like we told you.
By a vote of 6-0, Lawon has been evicted. Now we find out who he will battle!
Big Brother 13 Twist – America’s Vote:
- The evicted HG voted to possibly return: Brendon, with more than half the votes!
Big Brother 13 Twist Battle Competition:
- Returning to the Big Brother game: Brendon, after defeating Lawon!
Whoa! This is insane! What do you think?
Big Brother 13 Week 6 HoH Competition – ‘TBD’:
- The late night competition is over: Who won HoH? results
Big Brother is back tonight for another live eviction and exciting twist reveal when we find out who gets sent to battle at least one of the evicted HGs for a chance to come back in the game.
Right now Cassi continues to lead in our unofficial poll, but Brendon has leaped over Dominic in the past few days and taking a close second. If CBS’ poll is similar to ours then it looks like either Cassi or Brendon will have the chance to be back in the Big Brother 13 game tonight.
But what I’m really looking forward to seeing is when Daniele tries to flip the vote back to keeping Lawon but he still gets evicted. That could be the highlight of the season.
I’ll be here posting all the results live during the East coast broadcast and any other big news so keep checking back for the latest Big Brother 13 spoilers.
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Wednesday night’s episode marked the pivotal moment where Big Brother Season 13 officially became the overall most collectively moronic cast of characters to ever play the game of Big Brother. We’ve seen some nitwits in the past, but I’ve got to think that CBS was trying to cast the biggest strategic idiots that they could find. I’m getting ahead of myself, though – let’s rewind a bit…
We start with a flashback to Kalia’s nomination speech where she tries to be all “hard ass” but comes off all “dumb ass” instead. She talks about how she’s going to “jump, grow wings, and fly on the way down”. I’m not sure what that means, but it looks like the old “when pigs fly” adage is taking on a comically ironic reality.
Rachel takes her nomination pretty hard, but Shelly is there to pick up the pieces and regulate Rachel’s emotional state:
SHELLY: C’mon, Rachel – you have more class than this.
RACHEL: Really? You have seen my weekly live-eviction dresses that barely cover my labia, right?
SHELLY: Stay strong for Brendon! It’s just a game, Rachel. Don’t get so worked up.
RACHEL: If it’s just a game, then why do people keep making personal attacks at me?
SHELLY: Because you’re a mess.
Like the emotional locust that she is, once Rachel has sucked all of the sympathy that she could out of Shelly, she moves on to Jordan in the Have Not room. Rachel dishes out the over-dramatics in full force, including threatening to leave, packing her suitcase just slow enough to give Jordan time to intervene, and crying as intensely as someone can cry who has had their tear ducts sealed shut with botox.
Once Big Brother sees that Rachel is sufficiently broken down in the Have Not room, they begin to start pumping the hormone gas into the HoH ventilation system. Another success from Big Brother, as Kalia has an irrational crying fit (this time complete with actual liquid tears!). We never truly understand why Kalia is so upset. She claims that she is “so stressed out”, but I’m not understanding how slothing around the HoH room while cowering in fear, succumbing to the wishes of anyone who comes up to tell you what to do, and making no decisions on your own while you are the only one who is in no danger of going home this week could be considered “stressful”.
It’s eviction time, or at least something close depending on the twist, on Big Brother 13 tonight so let’s hear some eviction predictions! Again this season I’ll be collecting predictions from other great Big Brother websites and sharing them here. Check out all of our Big Brother predictions and then share your own in the poll below.
Big Brother 13 Week 5 Eviction Predictions – Lawon or Rachel:
Who ever gets evicted tonight will have a chance to compete and return, but if it’s Lawon then does he really have much of a chance from what we’ve seen from him so far?
What do you think? Share your guess in the poll and explain why in the comments.