The Best And Worst Moments Of Big Brother 18 Week 3

It was definitely the most dramatic week in the Big Brother 18 house yet, so that means we’ve got plenty of Ewws and Ahhs this week.


From Bridgette winning HOH all the way up to the vote flip, let’s take a look back at the best and worst moment of the week.

The Best and Worst Moments of Big Brother 18 Week 3

Eww. Bridgette Wins HOH. Sorry, Bridgette fan, but this was one of the worst moments of the week because as we all knew, Frank made all the calls and Bridgette did zero thinking for herself.


Ahh. Paul Has Grown On Me And Others. Remember when we all just wanted Paul to shut up? After Jozea, we just all wanted Paul gone. Well, some how, some way, Paul has grown on a lot of people. We’ll get back to you later as soon as we find out what made this strange thing occur.

Eww. Frank Wins The Roadkill Again. Can someone not on Category 4 or just not Frank in general win this competition please? Once again a Big Brother twist is being wasted because the game has evolved into something that just doesn’t lend itself to twists like this. All twists like this do are make the game predictable and pointless. But for some reason the show runners think every episode needs the HGs dressed in stupid costumes playing an equally-stupid game.

Ahh. Bronte reveals she’s the “Secret Nerd.” I’m sorry, but I can’t get enough of this. Does she really think she was cast to be this smart mastermind nerd? I mean so she’s allegedly good at math. We’ve never seen the proof. Maybe the Battle Back will be math related and she’ll finally get to use her top secret math skills.  At any rate, this was some funny stuff.

Eww. Nicole. Yes, just Nicole. She went from being one of the most popular HGs to being one of the most detested in just one week. She’s still doing pretty well on our poll, but another website registers the HGs daily popularity and it was pretty remarkable to watch her drop from first to second then to about 7th place. And Twitter was lit about Nicole flipping and flopping on one of her biggest allies, Da’Vonne. People weren’t happy when Nicole told Frank she’d like to get Da’Vonne out soon.


Ahh. James and Natalie. I’m not a fan of showmances. And I know a lot of people think Natalie is stringing James along. I’m not sure what the deal is, but I do know that this is one of the most interesting pairings ever. It’s not creepy like Shelli and Clay or gross like McCrae and Amanda and it’s not even sweet like Jeff and Jordan. It’s just different. and it’s kind of fund to watch. I’m rooting for them.

Eww. Bridgette Wins Veto. It didn’t really effect the game any that she won the veto, but it was kind of annoying for people to act like she’s some kind of beast for winning a luck comp and then a luck/memory comp.

Ahh. Bridgette Does Not Use the Veto. COME ON! Bronte is your best friend and you don’t save her! Of course she knows Natalie would’ve gone up instead, but this whole move was just hilarious to watch.


Ahh. The Vote Flips! Just when you thought it was going to be another predicable week, the house flips on Frank and Bronte and send the Secret Nerd out the door. That was a fun eviction, including Tiffany’s speech calling Frank a dictator.

Eww. The Plan Backfires. The whole reason to vote out Bronte was to keep Tiffany and target Frank this week. But of course Paulie won HOH, which means ole boy is safe this week.

Ahh. Frank is Safe This Week. You kind of have to admit it’s fun when a plan goes off and then backfires. We like drama, right? That’s why we like Big Brother, right? Well here you go!


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