The Best And Worst Moments Of Big Brother 18 Week 4| July 22, 2016 at 11:00 AM EDT
Another week of Big Brother 18 is in the history books, but one houseguest is about to repeat history when they win the Battle Back and re-enter the house. That’s sure to be an Ahh moment during next week’s Best and Worst of, but before we jump ahead of ourselves, let’s take a look back at the best and worst moments of this past week.
There was a lot of gameplay and drama this week in the Big Brother 18 house, so we’ve got a lot to cover. Let’s get to it.
The Best and Worst Moments of Big Brother 18 Week 4
Ahh. Tiffany and Frank Team Up. Love them or hate them, you have to respect this move. I always love when enemies turn allies. And that’s not a move you see often in the Big Brother house. No one has done quite as well as Jun and Alison in Season 4, but I always respect when it does happen. Frank and Tiffany both knew they had no where else to turn, and even though things didn’t work out in the end, they gave it their best.
Eww. Mean Girls. OK, I’m going to sound a bit hypocritical here, but whatever. First let me say I like when the house is divided and we’ve got moments like Janelle’s classic “Give me that key, you b*tch” in Season 6. Love those moments. And I thought we were getting close to those kinds of moments this season, but instead we just get people like Michelle, Da’Vonne and Zakiyah talking trash behind Tiffany and Bridgette’s backs and completely shunning them. To be fair, I’ll remind everyone that Bridgette and Bronte were also guilty of this kind of thing, so it’s not like anyone in the house is innocent. It just gets a little uncomfortable when people like Tiffany get treated inhuman.
Ahh. Tiffany Wins The Roadkill Competition. I’m not a Tiffany fan, but I must say I was pretty happy she won the Roadkill and was able to take the power away from Frank. Of course Frank still helped Tiffany make her nomination decision, Corey, which leads me to my next Ahh.
Ahh. Nicole’s Sobbing Diary Room Sessions. I LOVE that Big Brother showed Nicole ugly-crying in the DR. Let me explain ugly-crying before someone misunderstands me. I’m not calling Nicole ugly, but I’m talking about that crying when your face gets all read and you’re sobbing and yeah. The fact that Nicole is already this upset over a boy she just met, makes her deserve to this edit she’s getting. I love it. Waaaaah.
Eww. Too Many Showmances. Speaking of Nicole and Corey, this season is a little too showmance heavy. We’ve got Nicole and Corey, Paulie and Zakiyah and James and Natalie. That’s just too many. And if you watch the Live Feeds, you’ll know that 80 percent of this week was all about the showmances. We had bickering among them, cuddling among them, first kisses, first fights. It was nonstop showmance and I, for one, have had enough.
Ahh. The Teams Twist Ends. Yay! The pointless twist is over! The only thing this twist did was ensure the safety of too many people who did nothing to earn it. It was a huge flop of a twist. None of the teams really worked together and it never even felt like an actual twist. The only thing to come out of the whole thing was Frank and Bridgette’s alliance. Oh, and Corey and Nicole’s showmance. Gag.
Eww. The Roadkill Twist Ends. I actually liked the Roadkill idea. I think they could have continued that a bit longer, but they must have other ideas up their sleeves. Hopefully those twists Julie teased aren’t lame.
Eww. Da’Vonne’s Gameplay. OK, I love Da’Vonne. I think she’s hilarious and the best DR giver since Britney Haynes, but my girl is not that good at this game. She tells all the wrong people all the wrong things and it always blows up on her. And she has this terrible habit of pissing off people in power. Like why would she sass Tiffany and walk out on her when she knew Tiffany had to name a Roadkill replacement. And why would she tell James, who is in a showmance, that they need to break up the showmances. Day, Day, Day.