Here we are again this week of Big Brother having the same discussion from last Monday. The HoH wants to get rid of Frankie but will it happen? The big difference this week is that Derrick is actually pushing to make it happen, but did he wait a week too long?
Overnight the push continued from Caleb for support from Derrick and Cody to evict Frankie if he were to be renom’d at Monday’s Veto Ceremony. After getting Derrick fully on board and the support of Cody it looked like we had a wild week locked down. But now we’ve got enough waffles in the HoH room to open an IHOP.
After watching some interesting conversations earlier in the day as Caleb prepared for Monday’s Veto Ceremony there was a return to his previous arguments and this time he didn’t seem to be backing down. Could this finally be the end of the road for Frankie?
Sunday was a busy day for the Big Brother 16 Live Feeds as there was actually a lot of game talk about making a big move that could actually shake up the game finally. But then Caleb went to the Diary Room and came out with his mind almost completely changed.
There was a lot of talk about what almost might/could/maybe/probably won’t happen at Monday’s veto ceremony. But with these flip-floppers, anything is possible. Find out what else happened on the Big Brother Feeds in the house yesterday.
Big Brother 16 Live Feed Highlights – Sunday, August 31, 2014:
I feel like I’m writing the same Big Brother 16 recap over and over and over. Do you guys feel like you’re watching the same episode over and over and over? All summer long, Big Brother 16 has just been more of the same. And this week is no different.
The episode picks up in the middle of the slippery Head of Household competition. But we get a flashback to just before last week’s eviction where Frankie is begging the other housguests to keep Donny over Nicole. But I’m not sure what the point in this footage is because it didn’t happen. We also get footage of Nicole finding out what Frankie was trying to do.
Apparently this was all to build suspense for us. You know, get us thinking that maybe Nicole might just win this HOH. But that’s not what happens at all and Big Brother has wasted our time once again. In the end, Caleb fills up his snowman first and wins Head of Household. He’s not feeling too well after it (and neither is anyone else), but he’s got the key this week.
It’s time for Frankie and Derrick to talk about how America didn’t vote for them and for Frankie to work his magic on the non-Live Feed watchers by looking into the camera and telling America he does not care what we think. So there you go, non-Feed watchers, there’s a look at the Frankie a majority of fans have been watching all summer. He doesn’t care that you liked Donny. He only cares about himself.
After ruling as HoH just last week Cody stumbled in a color-coded comp when he couldn’t remember a series of details and became the first HG to be eliminated. Along with the embarrassment of being out before any of his competitors Cody received an additional layer of shame in a nice shade of green.
Introducing the Dino-Mite costume, a play on words from the competition’s theme of disarming bombs. Apparently it was Nicole’s chance to cut the wires on the Bomb Squad this week.
Cody will have to wear this costume for a full week unless he’s sleeping or in the pool so expect to see plenty of him on both fronts. Overall he’s taking it very well and the HGs are enjoying it immensely. Of course the steady stream of alcohol last night wasn’t hurting their fun factor.
Hah, just realized that Cody may have to compete in the Double Eviction while dressed up as a dinosaur. Uh oh, is the costume curse about to make a return to the Big Brother house this week?
See all the pictures of Cody Calafiore as Dino-Mite in gallery below:
The Big Brother 16 Feeds offered up some interesting discussions yesterday as the Houseguest numbers continue to dwindle and tough decisions will soon need to be made. With Frankie Grande back in a vulnerable position, will this finally be the week to take him out?
As the house majority alliance featuring Derrick, Cody, Frankie, Christine, and Caleb gathered on Saturday to review the potential scenarios for post-Veto decisions we saw an interesting cascade of discussions. Flashback to 1:00PM BBT 8/30 as Christine has just left and the guys continue to talk.
Caleb, who has been pushing the idea of maintaining all five of the allies sticking together, raises the question: do they care more about fame or the game? How is this even a question? Caleb’s concern here is that if the five of them reach F5 then he says that will be the largest, most powerful alliance to stick together until that point in the game.
While Caleb has recently made strong moves and pivoted to improve his position in the game, it’s perplexing to find him hung up on a footnote in the season rather than concerning himself with making strategic moves. Moves like Backdooring Frankie.