What we do love about person-to-person conversations sometimes in “Big Brother” is that you do get a sense of how people are truly playing, and also whether or not they will be able to get a jury vote in the end.
Let’s take, for example, someone like Michelle. She had a lengthy conversation with Frank tonight, one where she claimed to be in the dark about the Fatal Five and also that she would go with his plan if he had the votes. We don’t think her lying to is necessarily that bad, especially since Frank’s been lied to a billion times over the course of the past few seasons. He’s probably even used to that part of the equation at this point.
Michelle’s issue is mostly that she does at times come across as mean, such as when she talks about Bridgette and Tiffany, and as much as she knows the game, struggles with the social part of it beyond her inner circle. If she goes to the end with people who have done nothing in the game or have betrayed people, she may have a shot; however, we could see someone like a James or a Natalie beating her just because they may make some members of the jury feel better. (With that being said, we do find Big Meesh entertaining for the most part when she’s on the feeds.)
Also tonight, Nicole did tell Corey that she would like to get out Da’Vonne this week over Tiffany, but she’s not entirely sure how she would get the votes. It’s actually not that hard, given that if the two of them plus Frank and Bridgette vote out Day, they’ve at least got a tie. All they have to do from there is wrangle over either Paul or James. There could be a constant case made for Tiffany as the sort of big target who is easy to keep around, whereas Day is more dangerous thanks to alliances.
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