The Power of Veto Ceremony is going to be held in the “Big Brother 14” house in a matter of hours, and we know that this will especially set up the chain of events for the rest of the week better than anything else. Depending on what happens here, Frank could possibly go from having no chance at all of staying to having around a 5% chance — and at this point in time, we have a feeling that he will take any chance that he can get.
As per usual in this game, Frank was one of the first people to wake up in the house on Monday, and he took the time to give a little bit of a monologue to the early birds watching the feeds. He explained that he was becoming the past of taking big risks in this game, even though he realizes that he might have pushed some people harder than he needed to last night — namely Danielle, who is going to have to pick a side eventually between Dan and Shane. (Little does she know that Dan and Ian already have a final two deal worked out.)
Frank also admitted that he really liked Joe, and he felt bad about having to go against him on the block — especially since he is easy to beat in competitions and he would like to have him around for at least a little while longer. He knows that he is going to have his work cut out for him trying to convince people to keep him — and really, the only argument that he can make now to keep himself alive is that he can absorb most of the target that would be on other people were he to leave.
Stay tuned — we will of course have the Veto Ceremony results in a few hours after it happens. If you want to see some more of the final three deals that are currently in the game, be sure to head on over to this link.