Are the veterans controlling Big Brother Canada season 5? It’s hard to argue that at the moment, but we definitely do think that we’re seeing several of them in the midst of a cold war with each other, interested in making a move but rather hesitant on going through with it.
One of the biggest takeaways that we’ve got from the past twelve hours is that Cassandra’s very good at getting herself into messes, and then slithering back out of them. She seems to have the likes of Ika and Neda now more suspicious of Bruno and Kevin, and while they all may not be tight now, it doesn’t feel like the target on her is that big. Bruno’s now being blamed for some of the drama surrounding the Mark vote the prior week, but the unfortunate thing is that we barely saw any of that on feeds so we don’t have much of a clue as to what actually happened.
Here’s the funny thing — there are a ton of people talking about Bruno and Kevin, and yet there’s not much of a willingness to target either one of them and take them out of the game. They still seem to be existing in the game without a problem, and while there’s been plenty of talk from Cass about targeting Bruno, it still doesn’t seem like it’s going to happen. The advice being handed to Demetres now by Ika (who seems to be controlling him) is to nominate Dallas, but not get rid of him. Use him and then get the votes to evict Emily from the game; then, you bring in Dallas down the road.
We have to say that for Ika / Demetres, this plan is overly complicated. If you don’t trust Bruno and think that he’s overplaying, the best move is to just get rid of Bruno now and be done with it. Sure, you have Kevin upset about it, but Kevin’s a smart enough guy to not go on the warpath. He can relax, adjust, and figure out what he wants to do from there. We don’t understand the logic of nominating someone who you want to try and work with down the road, especially if more people are turning on Bruno.
In going back to Cass, you have to credit her if he does go home this week. She’s the one who planted the seeds.
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