‘Big Brother 18’ review: Was Bronte D’Acquisto, Tiffany Rousso, or Paul Abrahamian evicted?

Bronte -Tonight’s “Big Brother 18” episode had the potential to do something that very few others have over the past few years: Provide a moment that is not in some ways set in stone on the live feeds beforehand.

Did we think going into this show that Bronte was going to be evicted? Absolutely, but at the same time this is a week where things have changed on a time. Also,the plan going into the show was for there to be a 5-4 vote, and there is so little of a margin of error in there that things could be shook up just by one person casting their vote differently in the Diary Room.

If we’re being honest, the one thing that we don’t entirely understand was why in the world Tiffany was targeted over Bronte in the first place by some of these people interested in getting Frank out of the house. After all, do you really want to do Frank’s bidding for him?

The eviction – Tiffany stumbled midway through her speech, but big finish calling Bridgette “Cabbage Patch” and Frank a “dictator” in the game. It worked! Tiffany stayed, and Bronte went home 5-4. Bronte claims that she was told 20 minutes before that she was in trouble, so sad face on the like of Bronte. She had a nice interview with Julie Chen, but we’d be shocked if she makes it in after the Battle Back twist.

Head of Household – It’s Paulie. The funny thing here is that he cannot nominate Frank now even if he wants to, and the winner of the Road Kill competition could have a huge role in determining who goes. Da’Vonne is clearly in danger, but the same could go for Tiffany again, Natalie, or possibly Nicole.

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