Thanks to a change in schedule for “Big Brother Canada” (we are getting late in the season now), the Veto Ceremony took a little bit earlier than usual in today rather than Monday. Not only that, but we now have the results.
While Tim did at least talk about the idea of removing Cassandra from the block, he ultimately decided not to do it … and we’re not actually sure he ever really took the idea seriously. The guy wants to win! It’s hard to buy anything that he says otherwise. It’s also abundantly clear that Kelsey wanted either him or Cassandra out this week, and now that he has used the Veto on himself, it’s likely going to be Cass leaving the game next.
Since the Veto Ceremony, we’ve seen Joel be “comforted” alongside claims that the brothers have been looking after him all along, which isn’t really true. What may be true, however, is that it’s looking really hard to envision a path for Joel to get to the end unless he wins his way there. He may not have made huge moves, but he’s well-liked. It may have been his critical mistake to not win the Veto this week; we cannot speak to how hard he tried or whatnot, given that we haven’t seen it. What we do know is that Cassandra and Tim would’ve at least considered taking him to the end over each other. Now, there’s no incentive for anyone to go with him given that Tim probably knows that he can beat potentially Kelsey or the brothers; meanwhile, Kelsey and the brothers would likely take each other.
Oh, and we do still think that Tim has no path to the end unless he wins his way there, but we felt that more or less before the Veto Competition began.
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