‘Big Brother 14’ review: Is Dan Gheesling’s move one of the best ever?August 29, 2012 9 comments
When it comes to being a nice guy, Dan Gheesling arguably did not do much to help his reputation on Wednesday night’s new episode of “Big Brother 14.” However, he did help to further establish himself as one of the greatest players in the history of the game.
You know the test of a good move when we already know what is going down, but we are equally impressed by watching it again regardless. It was also crazy to just see how everything went down in this plan to begin with — Jenn ended up winning the Power of Veto thanks to Frank cheating, and Dan then came up with his master plan while in his solitary confinement to humiliate Danielle during a house meeting to make people believe that they are not working together, convince Frank to work with him, and then get Jenn to use the Veto on him so that Britney can be sent home.
It was such a crazy move, but the best part about it was that it made sense for everyone. Dan and Danielle kept themselves alive for several more weeks, and Frank and Jenn now have some people who may actually want to work with them beyond just this week. Remember, Frank can’t be Head of Household for the next two competitions — so he’s going to need some help.
Away from the strategy, the Veto (which actually was a good use of product placement for Draw Something) managed to have some pretty fun moments — whether it be people throwing paint at Danielle to Jenn burning her clothes and Frank becoming both an avocado and a carrot in the span of a few minutes.
When you look back at all past “Big Brother” moves, do you think that Dan’s could go down as one of the best ever? If you want to check out the latest update from the show’s live feed, be sure to head on over to this link.