Despite the fact that he has the Power of Veto and a possible 25% chance at winning “Big Brother” (which could be much higher if he is to win the Final Four Head of Household), Shane seems to be afraid of strategy talk like it is either a giant spider or Danielle waiting to have a talk about her feelings. He simply avoids it rather than trying to deal with it in any sort of real way, and thus we are left with a situation where we don’t really know for sure just what is going to happen at the Veto Ceremony Monday.
Based on Shane’s own feelings, our gut tells us that he is likely going to just use the Veto on himself (he would be crazy not to), and then Ian will put Danielle up as a replacement nominee yet again. We’re sure that Shane is going to push for Dan, but this much more of a risky move given that there are a number of reasons to keep Jenn in this game over him. Plus, Ian also has his secret Renegades 2.0 alliance that he is convinced is a real thing; but unless Ian suddenly has a serious strategy conversation with some other people in the house about it, he’s not going to know just how badly he is being played.
On a different note, Shane also tried to avoid talk last night that while out on their gymnastics “date,” Danielle tried to kiss him and it failed royally. Instead, she apparently headbutted the guy in a move that Willie Hantz would certainly approve of. We don’t know if they ever had an actual kiss, but we do already know that the guy is just not that into her.
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