Friday was another high-emotion day in the Big Brother 13 house. After Kalia’s win as the new HoH it was her turn to make nominations and boy did those not go over well. Daniele continued to whisper ideas in Kalia’s ear. Before the night was over, nominations were made, tears were flowing, and there were even names drawn for the Veto competition. There’s a lot to catch up on so read on to see what happened.
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – August 5, 2011:
Last night on Big Brother 13 we saw a Newbie win the Head of Household after four wins by the returning HGs. Considering the relationship between Kalia and Daniele, tonight’s nominations should be no surprise. Daniele’s enemies are now Kalia’s.
There are still multiple opportunities ahead for the nominees as the Veto competition is held this week and the upcoming twist battle is just a little further down the road. Read on to find out who is nominated and who was fighting before the ceremony.
Big Brother 13 Week 5 Nominations:
We finally have a Newbie in control of the nominations this week as Kalia fended off the Veterans to take the top prize of HoH this week. Kalia’s nominations should be pretty obvious, at least to her partner in crime Daniele, but the new HoH still has some decisions to make. Of course there’s also the albatross of this “unknown” twist (we know all the details, but HGs do not) and its impact on the eventual eviction.
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We caught up with Brendon today to get his thoughts on Big Brother 13. I think he’s totally real with his answers and I’m pleasantly surprised. I was happy to see him go out with class last night.
Chloe – Why didn’t you work with Daniele and evict Adam instead of Dominic?
Brendon – Because I knew that Daniele wanted Dominic there to work with him and I didn’t trust that she would keep Rachel and I over Dominic, especially after she wanted to betray our alliance so early on.
Chloe – Who would you like sitting next to Rachel in the final two?
Brendon – I would really like to see Jordan sitting next to Rachel in the final two, because Rachel fought very hard to get there and I know no one will want to give Jordan half a million dollars again.
Chloe – Which cast do you believe was better between your two seasons and why?
Well, folks – we’ve made it. It’s the season (and ideally the series) finale of “The Brenchel Show”. And CBS makes sure to milk it for all that they can!
As always on eviction night, we open up with Julie Chen looking ridiculous in some way. While I could comment on her “stay-at-home-mom of the future” dress, I’m going to opt for the more obvious…the hair. This particular style was taken from the Zuul collection:
Also on pace with tradition, Chenbot builds a false sense of suspense with dramatic one-liners like “with a former Big Brother winner on the block, anything can happen”. If by “anything” you mean “Brendon definitely going home”, then yeah.
In the diary room, Daniele tells us that she’s happy Brendon is still on the block because he “tramples over old women and babies to get prizes”. While I don’t think it’s fair to pick on Shelly and Rachel like that, she does have a good point. Jordan, blissfully unaware that she’s playing for a half-million dollars, says that she doesn’t mind getting evicted as long as she’s wearing her pretty new dress. That’s the fighting spirit, Jordan! Now I understand why you came out on top during your season. Rachel is sad because she says that her and Brendon are the most dynamic duo. Somewhere in a cave underneath Gotham City, Batman and Robin are shaking their heads in disgust.
Next is a long, strange sequence in the Have Not room with Brenchel. Brendon, who is usually a sobbing ball of man-tears, bursts into the room with a creepy smile on his face so large that I can only assume he’s finally come to the realization that he is merely days away from being able to use Skype again. We also get to witness his descent into madness and delusion as he boasts proudly about “dropping a bomb” on the house and “going out with a bang” and being attracted to Rachel’s “beautiful brain”. Rachel, ever the strategist, starts trying to hash out important aspects of her gameplay without Brendon in the house…like who she is going to jump on if she wins a competition.