The Veto Ceremony took place in the “Big Brother 18” house on Monday, and the results of it were very expected just based on almost everything that came beforehand.
Ultimately, Da’Vonne is on the block, which she had an indication was coming at one point yesterday. She was still clearly upset about it afterwards, and for good reason given that she and Paul have been close for at least a certain percentage of the game. She did not think that he would be someone who would go after him given the team connection to Big Sister. To be fair, Paul himself didn’t really want to target her this week, but chose to nominate her after many of the guys rallied for it to happen.
While Day does have the support of both Michelle and Zakiyah, she needs a couple more people to jump over. The problem is that it could be tough, since Natalie and Bridgette have a chance to get closer now with Frank gone from the game, and James likely doing whatever Natalie wants. We do think Michelle is a decent strategic player (let’s forget about the social game for a minute), so she may be able to try and rally something.
In the end, Paul used his Head of Household week targeting someone who wasn’t really that after him at the moment, and in the process also refuses to own the move so other people can get blood on their hands. Maybe looking like a patsy is good to keep him safe for a couple of additional weeks, but we do have a rather hard time thinking that it is going to win him the game in the end.
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