We are at the start of another crazy week in the BB House. The show left viewers hanging for days waiting to see how this week’s HoH competition was going to end. It was especially important to have power this week because of the shaky shape the Silent Six alliance is in. With the promise of HoH, as well as the $10 000 and safety for a week up for grabs, the houseguests were slipping, sliding and falling everywhere to snatch up one of these prizes. Let’s see how the houseguests faired in this competition.
Since Frank couldn’t compete because he was the our-going HoH, he was hoping that his alliance, relying heavily on Boogie, to win HoH. Frank can’t trust most of his Silent Six members, especially Dan and Britney, because they have Danielle and Shane’s ear, and he knows they are only tolerating his presence in their alliance.
Frank became increasingly frustrated with Boogie during this competition because he was trying to win the money instead of the HoH. I think this should be telling you something about your partner in crime, Frank. If money is more important to Boogie than having your back, then maybe Boogie doesn’t have your best interest at heart. This also shows Boogie’s arrogance. I think he believes that since he has Frank as his puppet and human shield, as well as an allince that makes up about half of the House, that he doesn’t need to go for HoH, or at least safety for a week. Boogie should know, from experience, that you should never whole-heartedly trust the word of anyone in this game. Maybe this will come back and bite Boogie in the butt?
After hours of body-bruising action, this is how the competition ended: Boogie won the money, Britney won safety for the week, and once again, Pretty Boy Shane won the HoH.
The show then went to a clip that was shot before Wil’s eviction. Ian and Boogie were in the Storage Room talking strategy. Ian asked who Boogie would put up for eviction if he won HoH. He told Ian he would want Shane out of the House, but he was also juggling around the idea of having Britney leave as well.
Ian dutifully reported back to The Quack Pack with the intell he gained from Boogie. Britney suggested to Shane that both Boogie and Frank should be on the block this week, and then let the both of them battle it out. Shane was not fully on board with this plan because it would put even more blood on his hands where Frank and Boogie were concerned. Uh, Shane, this Big Brother. If you don’t get your hands dirty, you’ll find yourself evicted from the game. Britney then brought up the point that the two of them had no qualms with getting rid of Janelle when the rest of The Silent Six initially didn’t want her to leave. Dan added that this was the perfect time for a big move like this to be made in this game, and they may not have another opportunity to get rid of one of them.
Oh, Ian! I thought he had given up on winning Ashley’s affections. I was so wrong! Ian wanted to make Ashley forget all about what may have happened with Frank, and for her to only have eyes for him. He asked her out on a second date, and she accepted. He even went to the trouble of removing the Chia Pet from his armpits to impress this woman. On their date, Ian served Ashley some of the pizza he made for her, then tried to recapture the magic they experienced on their first date. Their conversarion was so mesmorizing that Ashley looked as though she was in a daze…a sleep deprived daze that is! Yeah, Ashley was bored to death, and Ian didn’t even notice. Ashley told the Diary Room that the magic was gone between them, and that they were good friends. On the other hand, Ian still thought he had a chance of winning Ashley’s heart, and that their date went well. I wonder when the rose-coloured glasses will come off for Ian?
Shane and Joe were talking game-play in his HoH Room. He wanted to use Joe to tell him of any information he hears around the House from either Boogie and Frank or the other Floaters. Joe was on board with Shane’s orders. Apparently, Joe has sworn his fealty to King Shane, even vowing to lay down his BB life in this game to save Shane if he could. Shane was awkwardly touched by Joe’s oath of loyalty. Now that he had Joe on his side, he felt better about the plan to get rid of Boogie and Frank.
The players found a trail of balls going from the patio doors to the arcade room. When they looked in the claw machine they found a cube with a question mark at the top of the balls. Ian thought this was forshadowing the return of Pandora’s Box. In the BB game, Padora’s Box has caused trouble for many players, while showering rewards on others. It has even changed the outcome of the game in some cases. Shane got spooked when he saw the cube, and Britney went to calm him down. Shane was afraid that the cube would bring some kind of power to the during his HoH week, and ruin his chances of winning. Britney reassured him that this would not happen, and reminded him of why they needed to go ahead with their plan as is. Shane still wasn’t reassured by Britney’s calming words.
At the Nomination Ceremony, it was revealed that Boogie and Frank were indeed chosen to be put on the block. Boogie and Frank were somwhat shocked when they didn’t see their keys. Shane gave one the lamest Nomination Ceremony speeches ever. Shane said he put both guys on the block because all of the prizes and twists that have helped them get this far in the game. It made no sense at all! His speech just sort of fell out his mouth.
Oh, Readers, how the tables have turned for Boogie and Frank! Will things turn ugly between them because they’re both on the block, or will they work together to find a way to pull both of their behinds out of the fire. Unless something weird happens, it looks like The Silent Six alliance has been hushed for good. Only way to find out what happens next to the houseguests is to pop back in on my blog and check out the action. Thanks for reading!
Until my next post, Readers!