Before we get to what seems to be a frequent edition of “the houseguests’ lives are over outside of the game,” we have some interesting “Big Brother 15” jury scoop for you now: Every contestant that is in the game now is going to be part of the jury a little later on this season. This makes for the biggest jury in the history of the show, and it also means that we’ve got some interesting ramifications to consider.
Take, for example, that the sole reason that Aaryn and many others wanted Candice out this week was so that they would not have to deal with her in the jury house. Now, she will, and this further guarantees that neither Aaryn nor GinaMarie will ever win this game. If you were a conspiracy theorist, you could say that this was an intentional strike on CBS’ hands in order to ensure that a controversial player would not win this season … and we think that it’s going to work out for them. Aaryn, meet karma. (We do, however, feel bad for Candice, who will now have to face the possibility of staying in jury with Aaryn.)
This could shake things up somewhat for the second part of the double-eviction tomorrow; while it appears that Judd, Jessie, and Spencer are in hot water now, that could change in the near future.
Finally, we’ve got some more news coming out now via Spencer Clawson: His comments about children two days ago have at least led to a police investigation. Union Pacific released a new statement today, saying that they were actually the ones that called the authorities about his “joke”:
“Due to the volume of feedback Union Pacific has received from the public about Spencer Clawson’s August 5 comments on the CBS reality show Big Brother 15, the company wants to reiterate that it has taken all the action it can under the Collective Bargaining Agreement until Mr. Clawson is released from the show. Mr. Clawson took an unpaid leave of absence to participate on Big Brother 15. Union Pacific has notified law enforcement of Mr. Clawson’s August 5 comments.”
Just in case this doesn’t make it clear, guy is fired; they just have to wait until he is present before they can let him go from his job.
If you want to see some more highlights from today on “Big Brother 15,” just be sure to click here.
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