The Power of Veto Ceremony is now over in the “Big Brother 14” house, and with that it looks like we are going to have a rather fun few days of drama — coupled with one of the best eviction speeches in recent history.
(Warning: the following contains spoilers.)
We already knew that Frank was going to use the Veto to save himself and last a little bit longer in this game, but the only real question was whether or not Shane was going to stay the course and put Jenn up as the replacement nominee as expected. The other alternative? That he gives into Boogie, Frank, Jenn, and Ashley and decides to actually backdoor Dan and send him home. Really, he logic in doing this is that he keeps more people in the game who are bigger targets, and eliminates someone who has been causing some problems with his shady behavior.
So Did Shane make a big move? Only if you count doing just about everything in his power to make sure Boogie goes home. He ultimately made the decision to stick with the Quack Pack and put Jenn up as a pawn. With this, he splits the vote among the remaining people in the house since Ashley would likely not want to vote her out of the game — with that in mind, Frank really is the only support that Boogie has left. Can he find a way to stick around for another week? It’s possible, given that some stranger things have happened in this game. However, you have to put this right now as “extremely unlike” since Ian is still playing both sides and Britney decided to get Frank and Boogie out of the game almost the moment that she first saw them.
Do you think that Shane made the right move for himself, and how much do think Boogie’s attitude now (which is basically pouty and angry) differs from where it was earlier in the day? Be sure and share some of your thoughts below! As always, we have more updates in the sidebar to the right of this article.