This is the wonder of “Big Brother” and the psychological games it plays not only on its houseguests, but also on us as people: We often find ourselves rooting for people to succeed who we were rooting against weeks ago. Could Michelle be one of them?
What we will say is that we think the experience of having to rely on people like Bridgette has humbled her, at least to the extent that she realizes that there is a little more value in being nicer to people. Also, if she goes out the door this week, she’ll realize that it is mostly her own doing with the way in which she’s acted. Bridgette seems fully on board the idea to keep her in the house this week, but the problem for her lies in that she probably needs to find one more person. James probably won’t make the move unless there is a majority vote overall to save her over Zakiyah, and even then it’s somewhat sketchy.
With this in mind, Bridgette talked at length to Paul earlier tonight, and tried to saw him by getting him to admit the showmances are controlling the house. However, his concern is that Michelle is too emotionally volatile. While Paul has made it this far, this is a reminder that he lacks some of the necessarily skills for this game. While Michelle is a player who could turn on you, you’d be keeping at least a temporarily ally over someone who could target you! Also, Paul doesn’t have many big strategic decisions he can own right now.
Michelle vowed to talk to him later tonight, so we’ll see if that happens.
As for some other events of the house tonight, Nicole proceeded to go on and on some more about Corey is the most perfect person ever. You’re welcome.
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