Sweet Dreams Are Made Of Sticky Big Brother 10 PoVs| July 15, 2008 at 9:14 PM EDT
The first Power of Veto episode of the Big Brother 10 season was great. We got paranoia, mind control attempts, betrayal, and a backyard full of sticky honey and a giant bed full of teddy bears.
Setting us up for an intense conclusion later we follow Brian around as he informs us just how much he’s in control of the BB10 house. Let’s see how long that’ll last.
We get a glimpse of the budding romance between April and Ollie. On the live feeds we’re seeing a lot of flirting and cuddling between these two and I imagine it’ll only keep growing as the season continues.
Enough of the drama, it’s time for a competition, the first PoV of the season. Jessie and Renny are on the block and they know they’ll have to win this to insure their safety. Big Brother put together what has to be one of the messiest competitions ever. The HGs have to climb through a river of sticky honey, find five matching bears while crossing the river each time, and then be the first to collect them all. In the end it came down to Michelle and Jessie with Jessie taking the big prize and securing his safety. Looks like I was close, but still wrong on the rumored winner.
With a new nomination coming up the house started to boil. Brian was snaking his way through the house but poked his head up too high and got caught. A party of eight, lead by Libra, cornered Jerry and informed him of what they now knew: Brian was working the house. Distraught, Jerry did the only thing he could, he listened.
At the PoV ceremony we saw Jerry appear without any military attire because he was embarrassed for what he was going to have to do. Holding nothing back, Jerry explained to the house that he had formed an early alliance, but now had been betrayed. As such, he nominated Brian as the replacement once Jessie had saved himself and satisfied the angry BB10 mob.
I had big hopes for Brian this season. He seemed like a smart guy that could be mellow enough to get along with most of the HGs. Instead, he played his hand too strongly and will most likely pay the price on Wednesday night.
Think Brian can save himself? Watch along on the live feeds as he reveals what tricks he was planning to pull out of his sleeve as the live eviction approaches.