While the eviction this week in the “Big Brother” house feels like somewhat of a formality, some of our intrigue at the moment remains on seeing what could be coming up around the bend.
Michelle did not use the Veto at the Ceremony this morning, which is expected given that this is precisely what she claimed she would do. There was even a big house meeting last night to make it clear to Frank that the Veto would not be used, and that he was the target to go home.
What may be more important at the moment are some of the long-term ramifications of this week, which include Nicole and Corey being thrown under the bus hard. Both Bridgette and Frank have suggested over the past 12 hours or so that they thought they were working with the two of them, and that has of course thrown more suspicion on them. Nicole in particular has a huge flaw in the game in that she seems to have almost no confidence. She comes across weak, which is disappointing because we know that she has it in her to be strong.
Another subplot here is that Bridgette may have said something to Michelle at the Ceremony about her being mean, which is caused to be very upset over possibly being portrayed as a mean girl. She claims that she’s never insulted Bridgette’s appearance or anything like that, and maybe that’s true. She still hasn’t been nice to her, and the whole birthday-cake incident with Zakiyah is the biggest example of that.
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