This afternoon is, bar none, the most important one in “Big Brother Canada” this season. As far as we know, there is no twist coming up; instead, it’s all the old-school question of who will win the Veto, and whether or not Tim and Cassandra will find a way to stick around.
For Joel, there’s no question that this is a competition that he has to win. Can he still win the game if Tim or Cass goes home this week? Sure, but based on how the brothers are acting around her right now, there’s a chance she is going to be evicted in the event nominations stay the same. The odds of Tim and Cass taking each other to the end are less than the odds that the brothers and Kelsey take each other to the end. That’s his in, and it behooves him to keep them both around. Also, he needs to make more of a case for being at the end, since he doesn’t really have many game moves that he can point to as his own. Right now, what we know is that he’s likable, and that’s what he has going for him.
Joel has planted some seeds that he wouldn’t win the Veto to Kelsey if he wins it, but he certainly could go back on that if he does. The concern that we do have is that he won’t really try, just so that he can keep himself safe if he is up with the remaining member of Tim / Cass next week.
Elsewhere, there’s really not that much happening that is relevant. Sure, Cass has had some bonding time with Kelsey, but it’s pretty transparent what she is done … or at least it seems that way to us.
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