The first Power of Veto Ceremony took place on Tuesday in the “Big Brother: Over the Top” house, and we’d say that for the most part, this was largely the same sort of ceremony that you see on the air shows. It seems like the show added some more instruction to keep people from screwing it up and embarrassing themselves — but don’t worry, some people will find a way to do that anyway.
Ultimately, Jason of course removed himself from the block, and then Monte named Kryssie as a replacement nominee. At the moment, she seems to be the clearest pick as to who is going home first.
We think she’s an interesting personality and could bring something to the show, but we also find her frustrating as a character. For one, she’s far more negative than we thought she was going to be entering the season. She’s been a little negative in terms of her personality, and she doesn’t really seem to be putting forth a lot of an effort so far in trying to save herself. We’re not sure if it is because she’s saving it for the last minute, or she just doesn’t care that much if she stays or goes.
We do think there are legitimate arguments to be made to boot either Danielle or Cornbread instead of her. If the rest of the players want to weaken Monte, getting out Cornbread now would be a wonderful stroke. Given that Shane is getting closer to Danielle by the day, this would cause him to lose one of the few allies who is more loyal to him than almost anyone else.
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