This is the funny thing about “Big Brother Canada.” Going into the Double Eviction show, we labeled Joel and Nikki as the two people who were probably going to be safe. Well, this is what happened instead: They were both on the block, and Nikki was the one sent home. Therefore, the HoH reign for Nick and Phil was almost a lateral move for them. They still have Kelsey as an ally in the game, but at the same time the three-person counter-alliance is still there. Also, they cannot compete in the next HoH.
Well, somehow it looks as though the alliance is still going to be in big trouble, given that Kelsey has won her first competition and is now in power.
While we’re bummed about this to an extent as a fan of Tim, Joel, and Cassandra’s respective games, this should create a lot of good drama for the live feeds. Also, they are not necessarily done for good just yet. Remember here that if the person who is not nominated wins Veto, it forces Kelsey to nominate the brothers. Then, they end up going home. It’s an interesting challenge, but we’ll see if Joel, Cassandra, and Tim are up for it. Competitions are a big part of this game, and they have to be prepared to win some here and there if they want to be thought of as good players in the modern game. It’s increasingly difficult to replicate what someone like Dr. Will did so many years ago.
Come back tomorrow, as we’ll have some exit press to go alongside this crazy day.
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