Best And Worst Of Big Brother 18 Week 1

That was a long first week of Big Brother 18. From Glenn’s premiere eviction all the way up to Jozea’s live eviction, we had a lot to take in but we’re finally ready for our first installment of this season’s Ewws & Ahhs (the best and worst moments of the week on Big Brother).


Since this is our first installment, we’re going to dip back a bit, so some of this might seem like old news. Oh, and I should tell you that some of these also might come from the Live Feeds, so if you don’t have the Live Feeds get yours now! You can also check out our Live Feeds updates.

Anyway, let’s get to the Best and Worst Moments of Big Brother 18 Week 1!

Ahh! No Battle of the Block. I can’t not include this. I am still thrilled this “fan favorite” twist is no longer a part of our summer.

Eww! They’re playing in teams. I would’t mind this twist if I thought it actually worked. It kind of worked in Season 11 and in Season 14 it didn’t last long enough to work. And already this season the teams mean nothing.

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Ahh! Road Kill Twist. I like this twist. It’s basically the MVP twist but without trusting America to 1. Do the right thing or 2. Not mistakenly vote the MVP as the third nominee like you did Elissa in Season 15.

Eww! Jozea’s Messiah Complex. We’ve seen A LOT of delusional Big Brother players in the past 18 seasons, but I’m not sure any have been as delusional as fast as Jozea. From comparing himself to Jesus to President Obama, Jozea was hardly a Big Brother expert. I mean he thinks  the Season 13 winner is Rachael Ray.


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