The Power of Veto winner is always important in the game of “Big Brother,” but Saturday’s competition really did not seem to produce the same amount of drama leading up to it as usual. Why? (The following contains spoilers from the live feed.) We have a six-person alliance currently running the show in this game, and of these six three of them (in Frank, Boogie, and Shane) were all playing in this competition. As for the other three, Jenn and the two nominees (in Wil and Joe) have yet to even win a single competition.
So did this tradition continue? After the dust from the Ian-hosted competition cleared — and we received a visit from a personal favorite in the Zingbot (who hopefully brought better zings to the party than he did last year) — the houseguests still took forever to actually reveal the winner on the feeds (and this was with it being the latest Veto of the season so far). Then, a conversation between Frank and Boogie in the Head of Household room pretty much suggested that our HoH also has the Veto in the back pocket. For this new version of Chilltown, they are now in great shape. Frank can keep the nominations the same, and really show the “silent six” alliance that they are to be trusted and don’t have any plans to backdoor anyone for at least a little while. This is hardly exciting news, but it is the right news at the end of the day. After all, if he betrayed Dan, Britney, or Shane, Boogie would be his only ally playing for HoH next week.
What do you think about these results? To check out some more scoop straight from the live feed before the competition, be sure and check out the story over at this link.