There were a couple of major developments in the “Big Brother” house on Saturday night, but it only makes some sense to kick things off with the humiliation that is coming in the direction of both Frank and Ian.
In the case of the former, he may be joining the ranks of Kristen in the hippietard as people who have evicted wearing ridiculous costumes. The unitard does not have a great history — just ask Michelle, Jen, or Lydia for some more evidence of people who have worn it and not fared very well on the show. Frank is the only man who has had to wear the infamous costume, and his comes complete with a cheerleading skirt and pom-poms.
So is Frank’s elimination a sure thing at this point? Far from it, as Danielle (who has gained a great deal of confidence in her game following two straight competition wins) is strongly considering backdooring Janelle and getting the “comp Queen” out of the game before she can even start to work her magic. We don’t know if Danielle is going to continue to have the gumption here, but the plan would be to keep Frank on the block, tell him he is not the target, and see if they can get enough votes to make sure she is sent home. If this happens, we can pretty much assume it will be the producers’ worst nightmare ever.
If the show continues along its pattern set by last week, the houseguests are going to have a full day to plead for their lives before Monday’s Veto Ceremony — and with that in mind, anything can change. The good news for Ian is that by that time he will not be forced to live in a doghouse, eat food out of a bowl, and have people escort him around on a leash whenever he wants to go anywhere.
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