‘Big Brother Canada 4’ review: Was Christine Kelsey or Cassandra Shahinfar evicted?

Cassandra -Tonight, “Big Brother Canada” is saying farewell to one more player in an episode that, rather-surprisingly, we quite liked. Despite this not being the most eventful week in the house, they really filled this up with some pranks, strategy conversations, and character development with people like the brothers and Mitch, who hasn’t always had a ton of air time.

There wasn’t a whole lot we learned game-wise from much of this, other than that Tim is still a rather-astute thinker and player this season … but his allegiance with Nikki, who is certainly a loose cannon, is going to make it harder on him. Ironically, she’ll probably make it further in the game than him, but mostly thanks to the fact that she is less of a threat.

The eviction itself was somewhat straightforward and expected, since the votes for Christine’s eviction were counted long before the show. Tim did vote on Nikki’s side, but he knew it didn’t happen. Also, Dallas is still trying to make “Arisa the Rocket” happen for some reason, and we love it when someone says they are “happily” voting to evict someone who ends up staying. Happy now?

Let’s turn now to the Head of Household Competition, which was a hilarious 1950’s-themed game where the players all had to transfer a red ball from one end of the course to the other … with a partner … and with them carrying the ball in their mouths. Hilarious. The only other thing that was notable here was learning that there is a MASSIVE wild card twist coming, and we legitimately don’t know what that is yet. Episode Grade: A-.

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