Tonight in the Big Brother Canada 6 has been, to put it lightly, a little bit strange. We’ve got the official nominations but also what amounts to an enormous pity party all thanks to certain players realizing all of a sudden that keeping Kaela around over Ali was a bad move.
Let’s start with the official nominations for the week: We’ve got Paras and Maddy on the block, with Maddy serving as the target for the week. Kaela realizes as Head of Household that it really doesn’t matter if she nominates Maddy or not when it comes to the Veto, since she’s got an opportunity to play for it regardless. What really matters more so than anything else is ensuring that the person off the block doesn’t win, given that this person could pull a nominee off and Derek goes up by default. If that happens, Derek is leaving the game.
Much of what happens from here is going to be heavily dependent on what the Power of Veto Competition is. If it’s something that Paras and Maddy can let Will win, they would benefit from doing so. If it’s one of those comps that dolls out punishments, Maddy has spent a good portion of time tonight talking about how she will shave her head for the sake of the money. It feels unlikely that she’s going to have to do this so she’s dying on that emotional hill for no real reason. They need to just be smart and logical here and realize that helping Will to win, if possible, is the best-case scenario.
Here is where Derek and Kaela were smart: There are often a ton of memory tasks fairly late in the game and that’s not something Will excels at. (Granted, he hasn’t exactly excelled at much.) They’ve allowed themselves the best possible chance at keeping their worst-case scenario from happening.
We’ll see what happens at some point tomorrow, and of course we will be back with some more results.
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