This is one of those weeks in “Big Brother” where we could either see things become very exciting, or very boring, in a rather-short period of time. Much of it could ultimately depend on the outcome for tonight’s Power of Veto Competition.
Basically, much of last night revolved around Nicole and others trying to figure out if Da’Vonne was for sure going to be evicted from the game in the event someone won Veto and removed Paulie. Every indication seems to suggest that this is the case. She’s in huge trouble, and the bad news for her is that she doesn’t seem to have much of any indication that this is the case. She still feels as though she’s sitting in an okay spot, and while we think that she is a little worried, she doesn’t quite realize how much her back is against the wall.
In the end, we imagine that Paulie and Bridgette will try really hard to win this upcoming Veto, but if there are prizes and other things available, we’re not entirely sure that a lot of other people will do the same thing. After all, Paul is more than fine to get Bridgette out, and we’re not sure someone like a Michelle or a James or a Zakiyah (we’re just speaking hypothetically here) want to be the person to use / not use the Veto and draw a line in the sand. Part of what makes this season so dull is that you’ve got a lot of people playing scared; even James and his “big move” last week was just doing what a good three-quarters of the house wanted.
Also, we should note that Paulie, Corey, and Zakiyah are Have-Nots, and they actually got decent food: Marshmallows and trail mix.
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