There wasn’t much in the way of surprises at the “Big Brother OTT” Veto Ceremony Monday, as everything went as Alex had designed it ahead of time. Alex nominated Kryssie as a replacement nominee, saying that she “had to” and didn’t have many other options. Shane removed himself from the block, which means that either Danielle or Monte will most likely leave the game. It’s hard to envision any scenario where Kryssie goes.
The one reason why this could be perceived bad for Alex is that she did previously promise Kryssie she’d be safe for the week; she’s just making the assumption that America loves her and nobody would vote her out. (She’s right about the latter; jury’s still out on the former.)
Kryssie didn’t take this well — at all. She really tore into Alex for being duplicitous, and then complained about it to other people in the alliance, saying she wanted to get Alex out sooner rather than later. She also dropped the “bully” word, which is 99% of the time for us a reason to not want to cheer for someone to win the game. There’s a difference between being a bully and then actually just trying to play the game.
Given that the rest of this week has been superbly entertaining, we imagine that the rest of the week will be as well. We do admit that we miss the air shows only from the vantage point that this season is a lot to keep up with, mostly because this house is SO active and there are a lot of people playing the game. Not everyone’s actually playing it well, but we suppose that we’ll take whatever we can get out of these people. One of the biggest unfolding situations right now has to be the mysterious disappearance of all the Krackle chocolate bars, which Jason hid to get back at Shelby.
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