The title of this particular “Big Brother 16” article may be a question that you already knew the answer to before the Veto Ceremony even happened. The results of this week, after all, are pretty easy to telegraph.
Basically, the only way that Frankie could have saved himself this week is if he managed to win either the Head of Household Competition or the Veto, and had they decided to use the Veto on him, they were basically giving him more opportunities to win and knock them out later. Cody knew that he was not in Frankie’s final-two plans, so not using the Veto now was clearly a good move.
As for how the rest of the week will go, Frankie may avoid boos thanks to the sole fact that he may be evicted without an audience, which is kind of hilarious since he won’t know how people at home are thinking about him. This show will most likely be taped early tomorrow, and the feeds will be down from this point until after Tuesday night’s show. Then, we will know officially who the final three are. We’ll get into more of that analysis later, but it feels like a similar situation where unless Caleb wins the Veto, he gets sent home from the game. This would leave us with Cody, Derrick, and Victoria, who looked a few weeks ago like they would be the final three. Of course, it will be awkward if Derrick chips away at his other alliances, takes Victoria to the end, and she gets all the votes to end because the jury is bitter.
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