‘Big Brother 18’ episode 13 review: The Tiffany show

Tiffany -We really find ourselves at odds when it comes to this week on “Big Brother 18,” mostly because they are making us choose between losing one of the best characters on the show in recent years, and someone who is stirring up a mountain of drama.

When it comes to painting the picture of what is going on between Tiffany and Da’Vonne, we basically have someone blowing up everyone’s game, and then someone on the receiving end of some of it, even though she does still have allies. Day was put on the block after Corey took himself off with the Veto. Because Tiffany won the Roadkill, she was responsible for naming the replacement and smartly feels like this is her best-case scenario.

For the most part, tonight’s episode was enjoyable just for seeing the drama unfold that we already saw on the feeds, silly as that may be to say. There really wasn’t anything altogether interesting or special otherwise about what was done here editing-wise. The Veto Competition was moderately fun, and the only real weakness in the show was spending way too much time on Paul being a baker … though Paul’s status in the house has certainly improved over the past few weeks.

As a matter of fact, tonight’s episode has us more excited for the upcoming eviction show that we’ve been in some time … and that is even with there being somewhat of a flip in the house at the very last minute last week in order to save Tiffany. The upcoming Battle Back may have a part to play in that.

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