Life in the “Big Brother 14” house got off to a little bit of a late start on Sunday, as many of the houseguests chose to sleep in after a busy night that included a visit from the Zingbot, a Power of Veto challenge that Frank won, and of course more strategy.
This morning, some of the first people who were up including Ian and Dan, and these two “Quack Pack” members headed outside for a private (but important) conversation. Ian told the season 10 champ that as far as he knew, Frank and Boogie were targeting Wil for eviction more so than even Joe — however, Chilltown 2.0 cannot really control the votes of everyone in the house. We haven’t seen any indication yet from Dan or anyone else that they really want Wil out more, and they would rather get rid of someone who is an annoyance than a marginal challenge threat with no wins to his name.
It’s a shame that Ian can’t try and use his status playing every side of the house to get some deals going — he is just unfortunately too preoccupied at the moment with making his allegiances unclear. This is a similar sort of strategy that Shelly employed last year, but the real difference between these two is that Ian is not doing it nearly as maliciously, and we don’t think anyone will be as angry at him when he does choose a side. Plus, it’s also possible that the interests of most of Ian’s alliances will line up, anyway, given that Boogie and Frank are a part of the “secret six.”
Do you think Ian should keep his allegiance to Chilltown 2.0, or try and stay instead with the Quack Pack when it comes to the voting? He seems to be a bit conflicted about how to vote this week if the two alliances have different interests, and we want to hear your thoughts below! To check out some of the best zings courtesy of the Zingbot, be sure and check out our story here.