All of the houseguests have finally woken up in the “Big Brother 14” house Thursday morning, and what they may not know is that this could very well be their most important day of the summer. Not only are we going to lose one houseguests by a standard eviction, but there is a “full week’s worth of ‘Big Brother’ in one night” (with a nod to Julie Chen) coming up during the live show.
When it comes to Mike “Boogie” Malin, though, he’s really not thinking about that — he’s instead reflecting on his time in the house, and getting ready to make his journey out the door. You can see the guy’s pretty depressed to lose at a game he didn’t really want to play to begin with, and he obviously wishes he was still a coach rather than a player. His #1 Frank is doing rather well in terms of winning challenges, and during his morning monologue today he complained to America about how ironic it is that he and Mike have actually played a pretty clean game, yet they are getting penalized for it people who are playing dirty and shady. He likes still having Ian and Ashley in this game, but neither one of them has his back to the same extent that Boogie does.
The only thing these two can really do now is try to campaign some more to Joe — but he has already made it pretty clear that he is siding with his new Headhunters alliance with Shane, Britney, Dan, and Danielle. Boogie and Frank also still don’t realize that Ian has been playing them, and even if they did not have Joe to worry about, Ian would still tilt the vote towards keeping Jenn.
Even if you hate Boogie, are you still upset that he is leaving while a pretty useless player in Jenn is staying put? If nothing else we love drama, and Jenn brings none of that to the shows.
To check out what some of Ian’s current plans are in regards to Dan, be sure and head over to this link. As always, we also have a stream of the latest live feed updates to the right of this article.