Sometimes, the most interesting weeks in the “Big Brother” game are the ones where you think almost nothing will happen, given that people can get rather paranoid and some fractures could start to form. Who knows? This may be a time when we start to see that with Zakiyah and Michelle both sitting on the block.
At the moment, there is clearly a lot of indecision still regarding who should stay. For Paulie, he’s made it clear that he would like to have his showmance partner around for at least a couple of weeks, but he’s not exactly pounding his fist to demand that it happens. Paul, meanwhile, wants to see Michelle stay, and we wonder if there is a certain part of this that stems from his desire to ensure that Paulie stays loyal to him.
Last night, James and Natalie determined that they wanted to vote with Paul in order to keep Michelle, which is mostly interesting because Michelle hates Bridgette and Natalie and Bridgette are fairly close. Meanwhile, last night Corey and Nicole reveled in their position as swing votes for the week, which may be a little short-sighted given that James, thanks to his power, is really in control of quite a bit. If he negates two votes and has Natalie and Paul on his side, they hold all of the cards as to who leaves this week.
Obviously, there’s a lot of time for things to change, but one of the more interesting comments came from Nicole and Corey wondering if Victor wasted his Head of Household by not splitting up James and Natalie. Maybe he did, but obviously he didn’t want that sort of blood on his hands. Victor’s not the sort of player to make strategic moves. His strategy seems to be make it as far as possible and then start winning every competition. Given that there’s really no other way a guy like him has a hope of winning, we don’t hate it; what we hate is that he’s probably not aware enough to know when he’s in danger.
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