All day long in the “Big Brother 14” house, it really felt like the nominations were going to be a foregone conclusion. So did that actually end up happening as per the plan? If you want to avoid spoilers, now is the time to stop reading.
With Ian installed into power as the Head of Household for the second time, he has revenge very much on his mind. Even though he was technically the first one to betray Frank by making the Quack Pack alliance, he didn’t like how Frank called him out and basically sent Britney home because she was so close to him. Frank therefore was a given to be on the block, even though when it came to numbers he would be third in an alliance here versus fourth in an alliance with his former Quack Pack members.
As for who went up alongside him, it was of course the other person that Frank is close with at the moment — Jenn. While she is clearly not the sort of person that should go home at this stage of the game (mostly because she doesn’t win anything unless Frank gets himself disqualified first), Ian may not give himself any other choice unless he really fights hard to get Joe out of the house instead. Unfortunately for him, Joe is the one person in this game that people respect even less than Jenn, and thus he is the ultimate final two material.
Personally, we’re hoping for an OTEV-style competition for the Veto Saturday — even if Frank doesn’t win it, it feels appropriate that it should be some sort of epic showdown that gives him a chance.
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