The Have / Have-Not competition has finally kicked off in the “Big Brother” house Friday — but before we have those results (which will be up later along with the nominations), it’s time to get to some details when it comes to some of the strategy talk that has been going on in the house.
(Warning: the following contains scoop straight from the live feed.)
Even before the Head of Household challenge happened, there was one thing in the house that appeared to be a constant — if someone other than Joe won, he was going to be put on the block and sent home. Part of that may still be happening, but not all of it is necessarily guaranteed anymore.
As a way to try and gauge where he stands at the moment — and after he was planning to keep him in the game after he helped in the plan to backdoor Janelle — Wil came up to the Head of Household room and was a little wishy-washy. Frank told him that it was possible that he could go up on the block as a pawn, but Wil would not promise him in return that he would offer up safety were he to be in power next week. This is making both Frank and Boogie question his attitude, and they are now slightly leaning towards getting him out of this game sooner rather than later. There are some benefits in doing so — Wil is more of a threat physically, and he’s also pretty well-liked throughout the entire house. Meanwhile, nobody really thinks that Joe is going to win anything, and he could even be a pretty good goat to take to the end of the game in that nobody would ever vote for him to win.
Do you think that getting Wil out before Joe would be a pretty smart move? We want to hear from you below! To check out the latest updates from earlier in this morning — which includes an update on Ashley’s back condition — be sure and pay a visit to the link here. We also have continuous updates from the live feeds available in the sidebar to the right of this article.