It’s another Eviction Night! Yes, this horrible week with Frank as HoH will come to an end. Don’t get me wrong, he’s a good competitor and all, but when you pretty much have all the power in this game for a week and you don’t flex it strategically, that bothers me. It was a waste of a week. He even had the numbers to do what he wanted with the Floaters (Ashley, Joe, Wil and Jenn), as well as Boogie (he would have gone along with it even if he didn’t like it), yet he chose to do what Boogie wanted, again. Even though he doen’t make any big moves to help his BB game, he does bust a move that could end a showmance in the House. Let’s see how he managed to do this, as well as who gets evicted this week.
After the PoV Ceremomy, all of the players in the BB House were scrambling, wondering who they were going to evict this week. Many of them realized they had to win the HoH Competition to make sure Boogie wouldn’t get it. They didn’t want another week of instability under Boogie and Frank’s thumb.
Frank and Dan discussed a Final Three Deal. Dan also expessed how happy he was not to have been put on the block at the PoV Ceremony. Frank was, well, frank in his response to Dan’s happiness. He told Dan that he was seriously considering putting Dan on the block, but thought it was best for their alliance not to. After hearing that, Dan trusted Frank even less than he did before.
Ashley wanted to see where Frank’s head was where voting was concerned. She went up to the HoH Room, to chat about Wil’s situation in the House. Frank informed Ashley that one of the reasons why Wil may be going this week was because he is an emotional player, and doesn’t always play strategically (Ex. – voting for Janelle to be evicted becuase she offended him without realizing she had done so, yet apologized for it. Wil never got over it). Once all of the unpleasantries were out of the way, Ashley spoke about how she missed having testosterone around her. Frank took that as an invitation to ask her if she wanted to make-out with him. Without much resistance, Ashley jumped on the Frank Tank and started making-out! If that was a part of Ashley’s game-play, she had better be careful with Frank. He doesn’t seem as though he’s the type to mix business and pleasure, if you know what I mean!
While all of that fun was happening, Ian, Ashley’s original “showmance” partner was wondering what was taking so long for Ashley to get the goods from Frank. Oh, trust me, Ian, she was getting something good, but not in a way that would please you. Ian asked Britany if that was what she thought was happening. Britany was honest, sizing up Ian and his competition, and told him flat out that whatever the two of them had was done. Ian was not too pleased with Britany’s reponse and proceeded to pout in the BB Backyard.
It’s as if the Live Vote and Eviction ceremonies are carbon copies of one another. As usual, at this ceremony, there was the fill in the blank speech, thus time it was given by Wil, telling the houseguests to make a decision that was best for their game in the House. At least Joe was Joe. His speech went nowhere, and Julie Chen had to tell him he was yapping too much. He eventually told everyone to keep it real, and he’d keep cooking for them if he stays. The houseguests decided to keep the long-winded Joe, and Wil was evicted.
The next HoH competition was called Swamped. Each contestant had to go across their own slippery lane that looked as though it was ice covered with margarine in order to fill a large jar in order to win the HoH spot. Here’s the catch, Readers: there were two other smaller jugs that were designed to tempt the players not to want to win HoH. One was labelled “$10 000” and the other was “Safety.” If any of the houseguests filled any one of these jugs before the HoH jug was filled, then that houseguest won either the money or safety for the week. Once the larger HoH jug is filled, these temptations would no longer be up for grabs. Sorry to tell you, Readers, but the episode ended while the competition was still happening. I know, I hate when BB does that!
Who do you think will be victorious this week? Will it be someone from one of the alliances in the House, or one of the Floaters? Fingers, crossed, I’m hoping for someone new to occupy the HoH throne.Leave me a comment or send me an email with your thoughts! I really want to know what you think will happen this week.
Until my next post, Readers!