Will this week in the “Big Brother” house be friendship, or chaos? At the moment, we’re not quite sure … but it will almost surely be interesting to have Paul in power.
This is not a guy who knows restraint. He has a little bit of Zach Rance in him in that he is the ultimate wind-up toy for other players. They tell him what to do, he does it, and he manages to take the heat other than him. In some ways, he even welcomes being the target, which is terrible gameplay but at the same time something that he seems to enjoy. Paul likes being the center of attention.
Basically, the question this week is whether or not someone in Paulie really has the attention of Paul enough to make him do precisely what it is that he wants. For Paulie, his goal is rather simple: Ensure that he gets Da’Vonne out of the game one way or another this week. He has been targeting her for some time, and he realizes that now is his opportunity in order to make that happen. Unfortunately, the problem here is that Paul at least still has an okay relationship with her dating back from the Big Sister days, and he is much more inclined to just go ahead and get Bridgette out. Paulie feels like she will target the women, and that’s a reason to keep her.
For now, the plan is to nominate Bridgette and then a pawn like a Natalie or a Victor, if one of them can be convinced. From there, Da’Vonne could be a replacement nominee depending on what happens with the Veto. We’re really hoping for a Bridgette win here just to keep things interesting.
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