If you have watched the last few weeks of “Big Brother,” there is one thing you have probably learned above all else — not everyone wants to see a former winner take home the grand prize again, especially when they suspect them of ruining their own alliance and their game.
So what is the new Head of Household going to do about it? Read on, at least if you are okay to read spoilers.
Now that he is in power for the third time in this game — and also now that he is without his principal ally in Mike “Boogie” — Frank is really going to be making decisions for himself. His top priority? Trying to get rid of the guy that he thinks is responsible for outing Boogie’s plans in Dan. He told Britney that his plan at the moment is to put up both him and Danielle, with the season 10 winner being his obvious target.
Eventually, Britney did go tell the two about their potential fate this week — which led to Danielle crying and Dan planning to throw just about anyone and everyone under the bus to keep himself safe. His first priority Friday is going to be outing Ian as a member of the Quack Pack — though even with this he may not make any ground. Ian has already rebuilt some bridges with the guy after the HoH challenge, and said that he tried to get rid of him and Ashley because he was feeling pressure from everyone else and freaked out. Frank may not fully believe him, but he’d be an idiot to waste his HoH on someone who would feasibly team up with him again if he had the right sort of motivation to do so.
If one of these two win the Power of Veto, it’s still unclear who Frank will put up — but then again, it is also unclear if these are Frank’s actual nominations. He has no friends in the game anymore, and he could be lying to everyone.
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