Stop us when this sounds familiar: Paulie’s being a tool in the “Big Brother” house.
Before we go any further into this article, let’s present a slight caveat: It is easy to hate on the guy’s behavior, but we do understand that he’s on the defense right now. Michelle called him out at the Veto Ceremony, and with that he’s got more of a target on him than during most of the game. Still, the guy’s taking it way too far.
As of last night, Paulie was planning a way to call out Michelle over the next two days, making it clear that she is going home and saying that she’s not a real superfan and most actual superfans would be disappointed in her. Also, he is relishing the idea of her going home without ever winning Head of Household. It’s one thing to get rid of someone who you feel is a threat to your game; it’s another thing to kick someone when they’re down. Big Meech hasn’t exactly been a beacon of kindness this season, but did anyone teach Paulie the golden rule? Besides, he’s also forgetting that if she doesn’t have the ticket back into the game then she is on the jury and ultimately having a say on if Paulie would get the prize if he makes it to the end.
Ultimately, we’ll see if she has the Round-Trip Ticket and comes back into the game; we almost hope she does just so that it can make Paulie sweat a little more.
One interesting thing we’ll point out right now is that there does seem to be a segmenting of some of the players in the house. Paulie’s using Zakiyah as a way to put some suspicion on Paul, and Nicole also went and told her yesterday that Paul wanted to get rid of her. Paul and Victor could be getting isolated somewhat in the Executives, or at least positioned as targets in the event someone in the minority group wins power in the Double Eviction.
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