Maybe we’re a glutton for punishment, but there is a part of us that’d love to see a “Big Brother” season stuffed full of early-eviction trainwrecks. Give us your Joey, your Jace, your Devin, your Keith, and your Jozea. Maybe we’d actually hate it because some of these people did some morally reprehensible things, but it is fun to temporarily think about watching the house metaphorically burn.
Ever since the Veto Competition ended earlier today in the house, the biggest thing we’ve been reminded of is just how terrible many of the men this season truly are. Specifically, Jozea is completely delusional that he has a shot to stay, and as a matter of fact, his arrogance is only making people like Tiffany want to blindside him even more in a mostly-unanimous vote. The guy has zero clue, is rude at times to other people, and there’s the whole comment he made putting down the military before the feeds.
Ultimately, Jozea is toast, and today he’s dug the hole a little deeper.
Meanwhile, tonight Paul has reminded us that he’s also not great at the game by 1) not knowing when eviction shows are held and then 2) wearing his Veto necklace like it was a requirement and then 3) not talking to Nicole about something said at the Veto that may cause problems for them. He is safe thanks to winning it (Frank, as the winner of the competition that got him nominated, will have to name a replacement), but Paul has done little that is smart today other than realizing that there could be a women’s alliance.
The feeds for the most part are fun this season! We’re a little disappointed in the guys, but Tiffany and Da’Vonne have both turned out to be gold and we do like some other players like Bronte. Frank’s probably the best guy of the group right now.
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