Trust the process may be the favorite phrase of Big Brother Canada 6, just as it is for pretty much anyone who loves NBA star Joel Embiid. Unfortunately, we’re not sure that “the process” is really a tangible thing within the context of this game. Instead, it’s a whirling dervish that goes by the name of Hamza whose main priority in the game at present seems to be wrecking things for alliances and causing chaos.
In terms of entertainment tonight, Hamza’s antics did lead to some great moments, including a great Veto speech from Jesse where he went pretty unclear on him for some of the lying that he’s done in the game. Hamza did swear on his fiancee after being prompted to do so, but it is also still a game and that’s something that you do have to take into consideration anytime that you’re in the house.
Hamza’s not a great player. The only reason why he may emerge from this okay is because he doesn’t have too many secure allies and he won’t be viewed as a big social threat because of that. Still, we do think that the moment someone is looking for an easy target that won’t anger too many people, it’s him.
Still, we do understand Hamza’s frustrations over Jesse — you don’t do something like what Jesse did and then expect to stick around in the house. Now, everyone else knows in the game that he will air out dirty laundry and that’s not really good for anyone. The moment things go south with you and Jesse in the game, he won’t hold anything back.
Outside of all of the Jesse vs. Olivia nomination talk, this episode did produce a few interesting moments. the Wendy’s-themed Power of Veto Competition, for example, is one of the few times in Big Brother history in either the US or Canada we’re surprised that there were zero major injuries. Who would give these people these sort of tools to break into the ice? There were a few fun antics in the game itself, including watching some of the houseguests try to read each others’ minds.
It’s somewhat interesting what some of us live-feed viewers really watch Big Brother Canada for — the confessionals and then also the Veto speeches, and sometimes both of those are pretty bland. Tonight, though, it was the Veto speech by Jesse that really made this episode interesting, even if we’re somewhat disappointed that Hamza didn’t fire right back at him then and there for telling everyone about the promises and swearing on some “important stuff.”
What did you think about tonight’s Big Brother Canada 6 episode?
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