Are we witnessing the end of Swaggy C’s alliance in the Big Brother 20 house? We wouldn’t say that, but it feels a little bit like when the Bomb Squad was ready to get rid of Devin.
Basically, everyone is starting to get frustrated with Swaggy’s cockiness and some of his in-game actions, and last night, Kaitlyn determined that she’d be fine if someone took him out of the game after an explosive argument that they had. We also do think on some level that Swaggy is annoyed her, and understandably so, over claiming that she got “scared” when he raised his voice at her. It’s a poor choice of words, to say the least.
Ultimately, though, the end of last night featured a conversation with Kaitlyn and Haleigh trying to squash a lot of the beef that they had over Faysal and the long-triangle-that-isn’t. Haleigh insisted that she wasn’t interested in a showmance with him, and they reiterated the commitment that they had to each other. We do think that the larger alliance with Faysal, Bayleigh, and Swaggy is going to be doomed in the long-term, but it’s early in the game and you can easily rearrange some numbers elsewhere.
In terms of where things are right now, it feels pretty clear that Sam is still the likely person to leave, even if there is still a hope to get someone to flip over and ensure that Steve leaves instead. Watch things closely both today and tomorrow.
Other odds and ends
It doesn’t appear that there is a Fourth of July Party this year on the CBS Radford Lot, which means that the houseguests aren’t going to be trapped inside this year for the Fourth. We do still hope that the producers do something for these people, even if there are a few we are clearly mad at right now. For starters, you’ve got JC after all of his recent headlines, and Rachel and Angela have each gotten into some hot water for comments about how the sun was impacting their tan, with Angela in particular saying that she was “looking ghetto with the skin coloration” while Rachel commented that she was “changing ethnicities.” Yikes. Shouldn’t there be a class or something that these people go through before going on the live feeds? The big surprise here is Rachel, someone who really has watched the game for a long time and should know how closely people watch the feeds.
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