Big Brother 13 keeps the action going this weekend with the Power of Veto competition. Jordan made her nominations last night and today the nominees had their chance at safety. They weren’t alone though as another couple from the house was selected to play along for the Veto.
Read on to find out who won and what that means for the game this week.
Big Brother 13 Week 2 Power of Veto results:
It was a busy, busy day in the Big Brother house on Friday. First we had the fallout from Jordan’s win as the new Head of Household. Then the HGs competed to avoid becoming a Have-Not. Last, but not least the all-important Nomination Ceremony was held and two HGs were placed on the chopping block.
Read on to find out all the details and see who is making deals to stay safe and who looks ready to be evicted.
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – July 15, 2011:
Last night on Big Brother 13 we saw the Vets retain power when Jordan won HoH. Despite what host Julie Chen said, Jordan had won HoH before in her season (BB11). In fact, it was the same theme: mini-golf.
Now that the Vets have control of the game again this week and the Newbs on the run we’ll get to see Jeff put his plan in to action. Will he go for his revenge with Adam or try to throw a Golden Key to Shelly? Read on to find out who Jordan nominated for eviction this week on Big Brother.
Big Brother 13 Week 2 Nominations:
Last night we all watched as Keith Henderson was the first houseguest evicted from everyone’s favorite summer reality show Big Brother. We are conducting the interviews via email which means Keith is sequestered right now and could be coming back into the game at some point in the future. Check out which newbie he thinks has the best chance of beating the veterans.
Chloe – Was there any strategy in picking Porsche as your partner or did you just think she was hot?
Keith - I thought she was hot. Of course there was strategy, I felt that if we showmanced we could fly under the radar.
Chloe – If you could change one move you made in the game what would it be?
Keith – My strategy. Showmancing would have been the key, to play like I was looking for love.
Chloe – How is being in the house different than what you imagined?
EVICTION NIGHT! Keith and Porsche are up on the block, and Keith’s delusion continues to keep me entertained. Keith is entirely 100% confident that he won’t be going home and says he’s “looking forward to resting and relaxing for the next two weeks”. Oh, you’ll be resting and relaxing for the next three months, buddy…right at home in front of your TV set.
Cassie shows her intelligence by outing Keith as the worst player ever, while upstairs we have the yin to Cassi’s yang with Jeff, Jordan, and Rachel trying to understand the basic grade-school mathematics that will allow them the numbers to own the votes.
At this point in the broadcast CBS gives us an extraordinarily annoying montage of the houseguests having a dance-off, starting a drum circle, and playing some game called “Big Booty”. But this all pales in comparison to what we’re ramping up towards. Buckle in and take your anti-nausea medication because we’re now set for the next 1/3 of the show to be an unwatchable Brenchel soap opera (complete with dramatic background music).
Here’s a high-level abridged version of ”The Bold and the Bookieful” so that I can just move ahead with the rest of this recap:
- Brendon gets upset with Rachel for “making him look stupid”. Oh, did Rachel make you look stupid, Brendon?…DID SHE?
- Rachel tries to reason with Brendon by telling him that he should relax because he has a “hot beautiful fiancé who is smart”. (I must’ve missed it on the live feeds when Brendon broke off his engagement to Rachel and proposed to Cassi)
- Brendon gets all butt-hurt that Rachel told everyone about his fruity alter-ego “Bookie”, so then Rachel apologizes for “demasculineatizing” him. (Jeff better watch out if Big Brother does another one of those “grab-the-letters-and-spell-a-word” challenges like they did the last two seasons, because “demasculineatizing” has way more letters than “technotronics”)
Now that that’s over, we get back to the gameplay at hand. Cassi is undoubtedly the best newbie in the game. In fact, she may be the ONLY good newbie in the game. She wisely understands that even though keeping Keith in the house increases the chance of the girls’ underwear “mysteriously” going missing from their drawers, it is a much more strategic move to leave that buffoon in the house since he is 100% loyal to the newbies and Porsche is not. Cassi makes a run to try and plead her case to Kalia and Shelly with little success. Kalia is afraid to vote against the majority, and with Shelly asking when Tribal Council is and wondering if Porsche will get a rose this week, I’m not sure she even knows she’s playing “Big Brother”.
Thursday’s are slow in the Big Brother house with an early HOH lockdown that has all the hg’s sleeping and then getting ready for the live show. The real drama doesn’t start until the feeds come back on. With the vets once again in control of the house and two traitors on the newbie’s side, it is sure to be a long night and weekend of backstabbing and manipulation. Who will Jordan, or the vets because we all know Jordan doesn’t think for herself, put up for eviction? Keep reading to see who looks promising.
Big Brother 13 Live Feed Highlights – July 14, 2011: