The ladies are taking over the House! I am really enjoying this season because the guys thought they had everything wrapped up with the Moving Company alliance when actually it was one of their very own who ended up moving out! With the Mom Squad in charge this week, it doesn’t look as though it going to get any better for the guys in the House, either. But this is Big Brother, and Team Aaryn also have a huge target on their back, too! Who will Helen and the Mom Squad choose as the first two nominees? Read below and find out!
After Helen wins the HoH Competition, she met with Amanda and McCrae about who should be third nominee on the block this week should Elissa, or any of them, win this honour. Wait! Where’s the other half of the Mom Squad? I’m surprised Elissa was not in on this meeting. Anyway, Helen revealed her real target for the week: Jeremy. Amanda suggested Spencer should go up to ensure a PoV win. If this plan falls through, then Howard would do as well.
Helen then spoke with Spencer about what he knew. Spencer wanted to get in good with Helen because he knew he was going up on the block if he didn’t. So Spencer spilled the beans about the Moving Company. Spencer ten went straight to Howard to warn him about what went down with Helen, warning him to come clean about the Moving Company.
This week’s MVP was announced, and guessed who got it? Yes, America picked Elissa. Again. Don’t get me wrong, I want the Mom Squad to succeed, but hopefully, the producers of Big Brother should shake things up so another person can have this honour. Well, the Mom Squad has all the nominating power this week! Please use it well!
In the Storage Room, McCrae, Amanda met with Elissa to recap the meeting they had with Helen about this week’s MVP nominee. Elissa was upset, wondering why she had been left out of this talk. She was not on board with their plan because she could see where Amanda was going with her “suggestion,” and didn’t want to do her dirty work for her.
Helen and Andy met with Howard in Helen’s HoH Room, and he finally told her about the Moving Company after lying to Helen about its existence. He put the blame on Jeremy, saying he was a bully. He wanted to get into Helen’s good graces by saying he would become the Mom Squad’s protector from the bullies of the House if he was spared from the block. Helen told him she would think about his proposal.
Elissa ad Helen then spoke privately about the meeting Helen had without her about the third nominee this week. Helen apologized for not including Elissa, and told her she wanted to back-door Jeremy. She proposed Amanda’s plan of putting up Howard because no one would vote him out over Kaitlin and Aaryn (the other nominees this week). They went to McCrae and Amanda to figure the rest of their plan out. When both people were present, Amanda continued to press the Howard agenda, but Elissa asked why is it so important for Howard to go so soon? Amanda said it was because he was the biggest threat in the House, and that he couldn’t be trusted. Elissa still didn’t like how Amanda was pressing so hard for Howard to go.
In the Living Room, the contestants for the Veto Competition were announced. First, the MVP’s nomination for Eviction was revealed. It was Spencer! He was not surprised by this choice. As well, the last two players for the competition were chosen. They were GinaMarie and Candice. Could Helen’s plan to back-door Jeremy go any better? Then again, you never know what the competitions will be like until they happen…
Jeremy was beginning to get an idea of what was going down where Helen’s plan was concerned. In order to save himself, he got GinaMarie not to use the Veto to keep the nominations as they were, and e would somehow get Spencer out. GinaMarie hated the idea of choosing between friends (Kaitlin and Aaryn), so if this is how it would play out, she was happy to do so.
Kaitlin started to campaign to save herself and Jeremy. She went to Amanda to pitch her idea. Amanda gave her the best advice she’s been given in the House so far: Save yourself. Forget about Jeremy. If you don’t use it, then it will be you who leaves this week.
Keeping Up With the Joneses was this week’s PoV Competition. The players had to bounce on a trampoline to see a collection of BB art work displayed o a wall hidden behind a barrier. They had to then place the correct art work on their wall in the shortest amount of time to win the PoV. After each player had their try at the game, Judd, this week’s host, announced the times each player posted. In the end, Kaitlin beat everyone out to win the PoV!
Jeremy tried working his magic on Kaitlin by telling her to use the Veto however she wanted, secretly hoping she would keep the nominations the same so he wouldn’t go up on the block. Kaitlin tries to pitch to Helen that Howard should be the one on the block because he’s a huge threat to the House. Helen told Kaitlin her idea was not going to work. Kaitlin told Jeremy the bad news about what Helen thought, he ended up comforting her, telling her that she would probably stay, whether she used the PoV or not. Oh, Jeremy, working every angle with Kaitlin!
At the PoV Ceremony, Kaitlin took Amanda’s advice, and saved herself. With this decision made, a smiling Helen told her “dude” Jeremy to replace Kaitlin on the block.
Oh boy! What an episode! In the end, Helen got what she wanted! The Mom Squad is seeking vengeance for the torture they received last week. Jeremy and Aaryn have A LOT of work to do if they are going to remain in the House next week! It will an uphill battle for the both of them, let me tell you! Which nominee will be seeing Julie Chen on their way out of the game? Who will win the next Ho Competition? What surprises will BB 15 have in store for us? Come on back to my next BB 15 post, and you’ll find out!
Until my next post, Readers!