For a guy who spent almost all of his first season of “Big Brother” on the block, you would think that Frank would have learned sometimes to leave well enough alone.
Unfortunately, that hasn’t happened, and we’re starting to think that he has transitioned from being a player people would have likely forgotten about for a few weeks to someone very front-of-mind following Thursday night’s eviction, especially within his own alliance.
First, Frank played the potential role of spoiler by cluing Natalie in to the notion that Jozea may not have his vote; however, it doesn’t appear that she is spreading that around much other than potentially Bronte. The thing here is that there is still that delusion held by many in Jozea’s crowd that he is staying, mostly because they still think that he has both Da’Vonne and Zakiyah on his side when they don’t. It may not be as earth-shattering of a blindside as it once was set to be, but a blindside is still a blindside.
As if this wasn’t chaotic enough for Frank last night, he also got into it with Tiffany when he basically made it clear that he didn’t want to hear her out. She then got extremely upset over it, and while we don’t think it was great for her to look almost identical to her sister yet again in terms of personality, we do think that Frank’s gotta know that sometimes, people just want to be heard. He can be a fun person to watch play the game, but sometimes, “Big Brother” is about the little things. Obviously he’s trying to keep people like Natalie on his side, but sometimes one little move can turn others against you. The same goes for one bad interaction.
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