Today, “Big Bother Canada” is shutting down the live feeds. We’re not entirely sure if we are going to have more updates throughout the day or not, but for now, let’s spend a minute to thank everyone for reading! You all are the reason we’re able to spend some time doing this week after week, even when we’re in May sweeps and there is so much other stuff going on.
Now, let’s get to the Veto: Nick won, which means that the brothers are once again in control of what happens. Specifically, this time around they’re getting Kelsey to decide potentially to evict either Tim or Cassandra. Given that Tim previously made a final three “treaty” with the two of them, it’ll more than likely be Cass that they send home unless she’s able to make another big move at the end. All of a sudden, Tim’s the only hope for an upset win.
Now, we pose a question that we really should be asking now: Do Phil and Nick really deserve to win this game, given how many competitions they’ve won? We know that competition wins are not the only important facet of “Big Brother,” but this season is proving how huge they are. At one point these two were outnumbered roughly four people to two, but because of their wins plus Kelsey getting an HoH, they’ve been able to now shift the advantage into one that is two-to-one. We’re not going to say that they are the best winners of the show to date if they do, but up against someone who’s been evicted before in Kelsey, how much of a case does she have?
Ultimately, we’ll see who gets evicted on Wednesday and what comes next come the finale on Thursday.
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