The Power of Veto Ceremony was held in the “Big Brother 14” house on Monday, and now we have have to ask the question that everyone wants to know — was the Veto actually used? (Warning: Stop reading now if you want to avoid spoilers.)
Despite all of the talk about possibly switching things up and changing the game in a big way, Frank decided to not use the Veto and keep both Wil and Joe planted firmly on the block. This move came as a massive relief to a number of people — including Shane, who thought he was going up for sure, and Dan, who was apparently so ready to go up on the block that he put black paint on his face like he was about to start playing in the Super Bowl.
It’s understandable that both Wil and Joe are angry about the move, and they’re having a hard time keeping themselves enthused about what is coming up in the game. The only real question now is whether or not we are going to see a Fast Forward this week — the houseguests are all aware that they have way too many people in the house at this point in the game, and that there are going to be some double-evictions coming up in the near future. However, it doesn’t look like production wants to give Frank too much power at the moment given that he pretty much got to send out Willie and JoJo together earlier this season.
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