This is the second to last episode of the season! With McCrae gone, The Exterminators, well, most of them anyway, have accomplished what no other alliance this season: get everyone they wanted evicted out of the House while making it together to the end of the game. Now that they have to turn in each other, it should be fun to see what happens. Read on to see what happened between the Final Three in this episode!
Andy was getting worried about McCrae and most of the other Jury Members because of his methods of getting them evicted via a double-cross. It may hurt his chances in winning the grand prize.
Spencer wasn’t worried about the Jury. He was very confident,calling himself the “Grim Reaper of the Block” because he was on the block and had survived it 8 times, seeing those up against him get evicted. Yeah, no one can fault him for this. You can only really fault the HoH who put him on the block and those who didn’t vote for him to leave the House. But is this enough fir him to win the game in the eyes of the Jury?
The Exterminators then went on to talk about why they decided to tell McCrae about their alliance. Andy said it was because out of all if the Jury Members (except for Judd), he was the most level headed, so he would understand and judge them on being part of an alliance getting him out of the House. Before leaving the House, McCrae confessed in the Diary Room that Andy told him that Andy would be a bitter Jury member if he had been stabbed in the back. Since McCrae had just been stabbed in the back by his former 3AM alliance member, Andy, McCrae said that Andy’s words may come back to haunt him if Andy made it to the Final Two.
The show then cut to the Final Three celebrating accomplishing their goal. The producers had set out a lush snacking feast, some champagne and some OJ. The Final Three then toasted to their success, and drank their drinks.
Andy, Spencer and GinaMarie then began to reminisce about all of their favourite, and not so favourite memories of this past season. Here were some of my favourites out of the ones they talked about about showed to the viewers:
- The Forming of the Moving Company
- Jeremy’s Macho Freak-Outs (ex – the wine incident)
- BB 15’s Many Showmances
- “Judd the Studd” (how he made out with both Jessie and Aaryn)
- The GinaMarie-Amanda Verbal Cat Fight
- Amanda and McCrae’s “Wedding.”
Once The Final Three finished their walk down Memory Lane, they put their hands together, cheered “The Exterminators,” then wished each other luck as they prepared for the final HoH Competition of the season.
As with every season, the final HoH Competition is played in 3 parts. In Part #1 of the Competition, everyone gets to compete. In The Greatest Skate, all three players had to hang on to a horizontal pole attached to a rope that was swinging the House Guests around an amazing roller rink while they were wearing roller skates! The object of this comp: be the last player hanging onto their pole while getting bashed into the obstacles around the roller rink. Gotta love the endurance challenges! The show ended with the Final Three hanging on for dear life as they were being swung around the BB Backyard.
This was a fun episode to watch, Readers! I was saying, “Oh, yeah, I remember that!” and “I really wish I had the live feed to have seen that!” for most of the show. Who do you think will win BB 15? My last pick, Andy is still going strong, but would GinaMarie or Spencer take him with them should the win the last HoH of the season? What kind of things will the Jury say to the Final Two when it comes down to choosing the winner? Who will America choose as their favourite player this season? Come back to my blog to catch how this season will wrap up!
Until my next post, Readers!