After a day or resigning herself to eviction, Nicole has decided to stand up and fight. Last night she told the Feedsters that she’s in a bad spot and needs a miracle, but good Big Brother players get themselves out of these situations, so she’s going to try.
With the odds stacked against her, Nicole needs a hero like Zach had Caleb last week. Could it be time for Zach to repay that favor?
After a long night of considering her options and checking around for votes Nicole settled in to the Hive with Zach and Victoria. Flashback on your Live Feeds to 4:34AM BBT 8/13 (get your Free Trial now to watch).
Zach tells Nicole that it’s very possible for her to stay, but he doesn’t want to be the one to layout the plan. She needs to be the one to suggest it so it can’t then be blamed on him. Nicole says Big Brother isn’t fun if you don’t take risks.
Nicole promises Zach that if he gets them to keep her that she’d never put him up even as a renom. Zach wants her to tell him everything she knows to help him with ammo. She questions whether or not he just wants the info. Eventually she tells him that Donny is coming after Cody. Zach says he’ll use that and lie saying Donny told him directly.
Tonight on CBS Big Brother Season 16 is back with the Power of Veto episode starting at 8PM ET/PT and it’s about to be the Frankie Show.
After Sunday’s Battle of the Block episode where Frankie pulled out the win on that comp, which was a solo player comp from past seasons if you’re keeping track, tonight’s show will pick up with Frankie’s big reveal.
Once the BotB wrapped up in the house Frankie was ready to share some “exciting” news that he had been hyping all day. First up he pulled the guys together, waited for the cameras to be on him, and then dropped the news: “my sister is famous!” General apathy in response.
Next Frankie gets the girls in the bathroom, decides the camera angles aren’t good, and takes them to the living room and shares the same news. Victoria is shocked.
Yep, that’ll pretty much be the night. Oh, and there will be a Veto competition and Ceremony in the mix. It’ll be a good comp with OTEV returning to the house. Be sure to at least catch that part!
Join us tonight at 8PM ET to chat with other fans as we enjoy the latest Big Brother episode.
It’s that time of the season when we’re down to only a couple HGs and the feeds slow and the games show up in the storage room. WAIT. There are still nine houseguests left. Why are the feeds this slow and why do they already have Jenga? Luckily, Nicole did decide to start campaigning heavily, so the Big Brother 16 Live Feeds weren’t a total loss Tuesday.
Find out what else happened on the Big Brother Feeds in the house yesterday.
Big Brother 16 Live Feed Highlights – Tuesday, August 12, 2014:
It was another slow day in the Big Brother 16 house as production is letting them sleep all day. Donny and Nicole were the only people actually up most of the day, so they had a lot of time to talk about their fellow HGs. One by one, they gave us the rundown of what they think of them.
Here’s some of the standout conversations, that seem to reflect what a lot of fans are thinking:
2:45 PM BBT – Christine: Donny wonders if she and Cody are actually married because she can’t keep her hands off him. Nicole says she just thinks she’s really into Cody despite being married. She said Hayden was the first person to bring it up.
2:46 PM BBT - Zach: They both agree he’s a lot of fun and has a lot of heart, but he can’t be trusted.
2:48 PM BBT - Cody: Nicole says he’s nice, but he’s not entertaining at all. They both agree they’re very disappointed in Cody, but Donny thinks he’s been manipulated.
2:54 PM BBT - Caleb: Donny thinks Caleb isn’t very smart. He says he didn’t even know how to throw the Battle of the Block with Frankie. Instead of just sitting down, Caleb should have just played terribly to throw it, Donny suggests.
Talk of Frankie and Derrick was mixed in here and there. To summarize, they think people would be stupid to take Derrick to final two because he will beat them. And they think Frankie is a snake. Oh, and Victoria didn’t even come up.
The past several nights Feedsters have watched as Frankie Grande took over Christine Brecht’s Head of Household room entirely to himself. Does he deserve the HoH bed all for his own or is he overstepping his boundaries?
Now on his third night in the upstairs suite Frankie has been resting away in solitude while Christine slept downstairs in the Rock room. Why? Christine willing gave it up and Frankie says it’s justified.
Flashback to 4:00AM BBT 8/12 Cams 3/4 to listen in as Frankie talks to the cameras:
“I’m sleeping in Christine’s HoH room. Which I’m not too pissed off about because obviously… I don’t feel guilty about it is what I’m saying, because you saw. I am the only reason she’s HoH. So… *smacks lips*”
Frankie by no means forcefully kicked Christine out of her room, but why did she not stay up there? As fans pointed out, Christine admitted that she’s trying to avoid appearances of being too close with Frankie and when he insisted on sleeping in her room she had to move downstairs to avoid the optics of collaboration.
Update A reader adds another time to check. 10:35PM BBT 8/10 Cams 3/4. Christine tells Victoria Frankie demanded access to her room at night, so she left.
Stacking this on top of Frankie’s reveal that he’s related to someone famous which in turn makes him believe he is super famous & a tad elite too might not be the best of ideas. There’s a lot of value in playing a humble game in Big Brother and that’s definitely not Frankie’s method right now.
Of course you often only have what you can take in the Big Brother house as long as you’re willing to risk the consequences.
What do you think of Frankie taking over Christine’s HoH room? Did he deserve it or should he have reversed course when she wasn’t willing to stay there with him? Share your thoughts!
We’ve made it so far in the Big Brother 16 season that just six votes are in play this week. That also means a tie-breaker for Christine as HoH is possible, but will it come to that? Let’s run through the votes as they sit today.
A week ago we looked at a near lock for Zach’s eviction which proves anything can happen at any time. While it may look like one player is doomed to a Jury arrival, anything is possible as we’re still two days away from the next eviction vote.