Britney Haynes became the latest victim of eviction on Big Brother 14 this week when she was overwhelmingly voted out while sitting next to Danielle on the block. This wasn’t Britney’s first Big Brother rodeo and she often seemed most afraid of repeating her same mistakes from BB12, namely being blindsided by an alliance. Unfortunately for Britney it only took one player this time to seal her fate.
I had the chance to pose a few questions to Britney about pushing that ‘Reset’ button, her final week in the house, the parting “Judas” shot at Dan, and more. Read on for what Britney had to say.
Big Brother Network (BBN): You didn’t seem to campaign until Thursday’s show was closing in. Was that part of your strategy or had you resigned yourself to eviction?
Britney Haynes: Ian had pretty much tell me I didn’t have a chance, however when I woke up Thursday I decided I wasn’t going to just lay down and die. I did think a last minute deal could turn things around for me.
BBN: What convinced you to push the ‘Reset’ button that sent you in to the game?
After another late night HoH endurance competition on Thursday the Big Brother 14 HGs looked to rest on Friday, but that wasn’t in production’s plan. Instead Friday was filled with another Pandora’s Box visit, nominations, and even the Veto players pick.
The build up to nominations was only a concern to a few HGs this week. Namely the three players not in the Quack Pack which made its return the night before. Meanwhile Dan continued to play his pivot position between both groups as the game marches on to the nearing finale.
Read on to find out what we saw and heard yesterday on the Big Brother Live Feeds.
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Big Brother 14 Live Feed Highlights – Friday, August 31, 2012:
This week’s nominations have arrived on Big Brother 14 and we’re ready to watch as the house reacts. Just like last Friday Pandora’s Box arrived again today and this time it brought a more familiar face to the house but with little impact.
Now that the nomination ceremony results are in we know who is on the block and what to expect this week. Read on to find out who is on the chopping block.
Big Brother 14 Week 8 Nominations:
The pressure is on in the Big Brother 14 house as we’re working down through the final few weeks of the season. If you’re just now joining us Live Feed viewers, or if you want to get started with the Free Trial, then here’s what you can watch this weekend.
Update: Surprise! Perennial house visitor Jessie Godderz arrived this afternoon with the return of Pandora’s Box. Flashback to 12:14PM BBT 8/31 to hear the HGs discuss.
Each Friday night delivers the latest round of nominations and this week is no different. The new HoH has a big task on their plate with the nominations but thanks to late night conversations we watched on the Feeds we already know where those are headed. The drama is how the house and nominees react when the ceremony is over.
Saturday will offer up the Veto competition fallout. That comp should run midday so we’ll be able to find out who won and learn what that means for the game and HGs.
On Sunday you can watch the nominees campaign for safety and votes ahead of Monday’s Veto ceremony. Remember last Sunday offered up one of the most exciting days of the season with Dan’s “Big Brother Funeral” event.
Another week of Big Brother 14 is in the history books, or at least on Wikipedia as Ian would like to say. Frank spent the week as HoH, but it was Dan who was in control. Jenn woke up from her summer slumber and Britney walked out the door Thursday night.
But who played the best and worst games this week is not so cut and dry. Just because a HG held the power or was booted from the house doesn’t automatically put them at the top or bottom of the list this week. So let’s take a look at how the players stacked up this week.
Best Players of The Week
1. Dan. I mean who else would it have been this week? After Dan’s epic move that got him off the block and had Entertainment Magazines and bloggers raving, there was no other choice. He talked Frank into a final two deal (that he’s already going back on by the way) and that lead to Jenn using her Veto on Dan and Frank renominating Britney.
2. Ian. This kid continues to play a good game even if he gets sloppy at times. He stood up for himself and Britney this week and did most of her campaigning. Of course it was a fruitless effort, but an effort none the less. And he’s made a vow to avenge Britney, which is more dedication than any of the others have shown this week.
A new Head of Household is holding the power this week on Big Brother 14 after Thursday night’s live eviction show and subsequent endurance HoH competition. Once we knew who had the power it wasn’t hard to figure out which HGs were about to be targeted for eviction. Of course that wasn’t the only event of the night either. Down one player but not out, the Quack Pack has made its return.