Big Brother 15, Episode #34: Your Luck Has Finally Run Out
It’s yet another Eviction Night on this episode of BB 15! I know, they’re just throwing the House Guests out at this point in the season! With Andy being the HoH this week, it’s be up to McCrae to take his butt out of the fire again if he wants to make it into the Final Three. Will McCrae be saved by the PoV or some last minute deal? Keep reading and you’ll see!
After Julie Chen got the viewers caught up on what was happening in the BB House, the show cut straight to Andy announcing his Eviction Nominees. He put McCrae and Spencer up on the block. McCrae confessed after the Nomination Ceremony that he had a good chance of going home this week if he didn’t win the Veto.
The Exterminators were in the HoH Room discussing the Veto Competition as well. They agreed that McCrae can’t win the PoV again. Andy was also thinking about what would happen if McCrae did win the Veto this week. He confessed it didn’t matter whether Spencer or GinaMarie were on the block, so long as McCrae went home.
At the Nomination Ceremony, Andy’s decision was revealed. e put McCrae and Spencer up for Eviction. Andy said his decision was not personal, and that this week was all about winning the PoV. McCrae was confused as to why Andy would put him up if they’re in an alliance together. Spencer didn’t like how Andy put him up on the block instead of GinaMarie, and felt there was something fishy going on between the two of them.
The show then showed the viewers what was happening at the Jury House. They showed Aaryn, Amanda and Elissa joining Candice, Jessie and Helen. Yeah, Readers, a House and a Jury full of women could spell trouble for those remaining in the game. There was some verbal cat fights between Amanda and Candice over who deserved to win the game. Of course, Amanda was forcing her opinion down everyone else’s throat, preaching about how McCrae should win the game, while Candice thought GinaMaire should win. No surprise why Amanda would have such strong feelings for McCrae to win, but it was interesting why Candice would want GinaMarie to win after everything that wet down between them. Maybe it was a girl power feeling, or maybe it was because GinaMarie was the person she liked the most out of everyone else left in the game. They each argued over how the other’s pick rode on someone else’s coat tails to get where they were. When Judd joined the ladies, it was a hot/cold sort of reaction to his presence with them. This was because he had sent some of them to the Jury, while some of them still adored his easy-going manner.
At the last Power of Veto Competition (I’m not sure if the producers gave this Comp a name), the players had to match up the correct House Guests to the clues provided on 14 spiders connected to a web on boards in the BB Backyard. Some of the clues had more than one correct response, but there was a proper House Guest to make the web work. The player to correctly figure out this puzzle ad hit their buzzer won not only the Veto, but also put themselves into the Final Three, and got the right to cast the sole Vote, deciding the last person to go on in the game, while sending the other person to the Jury House. After a lot of pondering and switching around by the House Guests, HoH Andy won the Veto, along with the opportunity to decide who goes along with him to the Final Three.
After the Veto Competition, McCrae was crushed, potentially losing his last chance to stay alive in this game. He said he was going to try to do anything he could to make Andy see that he should bring him along to the Final Three. Andy and Spencer were in the HoH Room, trying ot figure out whether he should use the Veto or not. Spencer confessed he would rather have McCrae go on with himself and Andy, leaving GinaMarie to join the Jury. He felt threatened by GinaMaire because of all of the support she may have on the Jury, so getting her out would be better for his chances to win the game.
McCrae went to Spencer to make his pitch as to why he should go on in the game. He let Spencer know about GinaMarie’s potential support on the Jury because she sis what so many others were afraid to do: get rid of Amanda. I agree, this was a major move in the game, and if Spencer doesn’t take McCrae’s point to heart, he could be making a half a million dollar mistake!
McCrae the went on to make his pitch to stay with Andy. He told Andy that GinaMarie and Spencer have not made that many enemies on the Jury since they haven’t had to get their hands as dirty as he and Andy have. He also reminded Andy of how dangerous GinaMarie was in the game. McCrae also told Andy that if it came down to it, he would take Andy with him to the Final Two because he knew he would lose to Andy, but would have a better chance at winning than against GinaMarie or Spencer.
At the Veto Ceremony, Andy chose not to use the PoV on any of the Nominees. Right after Andy made his decision, the show moved right along to the last Live Vote and Eviction Ceremony of the season. When given their chance to try and save themselves, McCrae thanked his family and supporters at home, and told GinaMarie not to worry about what was going to happen, as she was the only one allowed to vote. Spencer told the House Guests to do whatever she wanted. In the end, GinaMaire decided to stay true to the Exterminators, choosing to Evict McCrae.
As an extra tidbit, before the Live Vote and Eviction Ceremony, Julie Chen informed the viewers that The Exterminators had outed themselves to McCrae. They replayed this footage for us viewers to see. In McCrae’s exit interview, he told Julie Chen he wasn’t sure where his relationship with Amanda was going to go after the show ends because life outside of the House is much different than it is within it.
Well, Readers, McCrae will be missed by me. He was a funny little character. The one thing I won’t miss is typing his name! Now with him out of the way, the Final Three House Guests are Andy, GinaMarie and Spencer. The next episode will show these three battling it out to become the final HoH of the season, guaranteeing their spot in the Final Two, and also getting to choose who they want to sit beside in front of the Jury on Finale Night for the $500 000 prize. There are only two episodes left, Readers! Who do you think will make it, and who will be the last member of the Jury? Come back to my blog and see how it all plays out!
Until my next post, Readers!