Most of the houseguests on “Big Brother 14” are currently in the process of being woken up for the day, but there were a pair of early birds who rose a little bit early for a private conversation — one that we as a viewer (plus someone who does not stay up until three in the morning) very much appreciated.
(Warning: the following contains spoilers.)
Basically, the conversation here involved going over just what is going to happen if a number of scenarios in regards to the house occur. If Dan does not use the Veto on Jenn (which is supposedly the plan), then both she and Frank know that they are going to have to fight for their lives in this game. However, if the Veto is used, they will have to go about things a little bit more carefully.
First and foremost, Frank is looking to get a read on the situation before he makes any sort of major moves — but if he needs to start throwing Dan under the bus as an untrustworthy player to both Danielle (and Shane by association), he is not afraid to do so. Dan has made a number of promises on the Bible that Frank thinks are more or less half-truths, and these could turn into full-on lies if he does not use the Veto or if some recent claims about Danielle throwing the Veto Competition turn out to be true. If Dan his trying to play him yet gain (which he is), his only hope may be convincing Shane and Danielle that they will also be played at some point, as well — but this is going to be pretty hard to do considering that they are both blindly following the guy and they know what a jury threat Frank really is.
It’s possible that Frank could stay quiet about Dan all week, but if he is evicted Thursday night he plans to expose him for everything just as he is going out the door — if nothing else, it my be able to buy Jenn another week or two of safety in this game.
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