With Holly in the HOH on Big Brother 21 and her original nominations being Nick and Sam, we only assumed that this week would be pretty routine. If one of them wins POV, put up a pawn, the other goes home. However, there may have been a wrench thrown into that plan and we might see some lines being drawn by the end of Week 5!
As we know, with Bella being evicted from the Big Brother house last week, the next two people in the pecking order were Nick and Sam. When Holly won HOH, she did what her alliance had all agreed on and put them both up, however, Nick was her primary target. When Nick went on to win the POV, that put an end to that dream and Sam became collateral damage.
Holly and Jackson both know that keeping Nick and Sam in this game is bad for people in their alliance, but it isn’t necessarily bad for them. Holly has been talking about possibly putting Nicole up against Sam and making Nicole her primary target. With enough support from the outsiders and some from within the Six Shooters, this could very well happen. However, there are people within the Six Shooters who are not happy with this idea.
Christie is one of those people who are not happy with the idea of keeping Sam and Nick in the house together, mostly because she knows that they will come after her the first chance they get. Holly and Jackson are frustrated with Christie because they have finally realized that Christie likes to exaggerate everything she runs back to tell them.
With that being said, based on conversations inside the house this morning, it looks like Holly might be making the safe move with renoming Kat at today’s POV Ceremony and sending Sam out of the doors this week on Thursday night.
What do you think of this move? Are you ready for paranoid Kat?
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