While there were many people out there who clearly seemed to have a good Fourth of July, we know one person who certainly doesn’t seem like they did: Frank Eudy. Granted, Frank probably had a great time yesterday in the “Big Brother” house, but that may change when he realizes just how terrible it was for him to get really drunk and irritate many of the other people in the house.
In general, what a turnaround Frank had from the first week, where he really set himself up well, to this week, where it’s pretty clear that he needs someone like Boogie to keep him in check.
Frank has kept up his Tiffany crusade for much of this morning, while Da’Vonne in turn is keeping up some of her own crusade against him getting power. She hasn’t said she wants to take him out next week, but she doesn’t like the notion that he is trying to protect Paul in some way from going home. She thinks that he feels like that is a vote for him in jury, and of course she doesn’t really want that to happen.
If we were to make some “Game of Thrones” comparisons, Frank and the most of the guys in the house are at present preoccupied with fighting over the Iron Throne that is control in the game. However, they’re missing that the White Walkers, in this case most of the women, could just gang up and destroy many of them. Bronte has talked with Bridgette about trying to split up Corey and Nicole by putting them both on the block, presumably so that the former goes home. The issue that Bronte seems to have this season is the assumption that women making it far = her winning the game. She seems to be doing what she thinks would be the coolest story in her mind rather than what could be best for her game, given that many of the women are in the 8 Pack and have allegiances to other people.
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