‘Big Brother 14’ debate: Who are the likely All-Stars?

It’s something that we do every season for these sort of reality shows, and now that we are near the end of “Big Brother 14,” it definitely makes some sense to look at who has proven themselves to be so good this season that they are worth seeing again.

Unfortunately, the coaches’ twist has hurt the show in the sense that fewer newbies have really had a chance to shine when it comes to strategy, and regardless of what happens in the next week there is really only two people who we view to be locks to at least be asked back to give this another go.

Sure things

Frank Eudy – ┬áBy making his alliance with a guy nobody trusted (in Boogie) clear from the get-go, Frank put a huge target on his back; in addition to that, he also was a challenge beast. We love players who go all out every second they are around, and if he gets the right alliance around him we could actually see Frank going pretty far in a future season. However, it’s also likely that his social game would cause him to face being on the block a million times all over again.

Ian Terry – The first week, he was a joke, but over time he became a fan favorite as well as an underdog that people actually wanted to root for. We don’t know if Ian would have great success now that he has been found out to be a rat, but he could do rather well if he finds a new Quack Pack that he can stay loyal to. Ian’s likability is due partially due to his underdog status, though we also think he’s gotten a favorable edit that has downplayed his frequent use of violent metaphors and some of his rampant ego.

It’s possible … right?

Danielle Murphree – Want more Danielle, y’all? Well, we could see her being brought back if for whatever reason she magically pulls out a win. Even with that, though, it’d be a stretch: her showmance with Shane is hardly a showmance, and her delusions of grandeur and her constant self-congratulating have made her a far more irritating version of Jordan (even if she seems to have more of a grasp on the game).

Okay, we’re joking

Joe Arvin – WOULDN’T YOU WANT TO SEE MORE OF MIGHTY JOE BACK? YOU ALWAYS NEED SOMEONE TO TALK UP A BIG GAME AND THEN DO ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE GAME OUTSIDE OF UNINTENTIONAL COMEDY. HE’D BE BACK, LOUDER AND WITH MORE STORIES ABOUT MEETING THE PRESIDENTS AND INVENTING PANTS WITH HIS BUDDIES!

On a serious note, who do you want to see return to the game for a future season? We want to hear your thoughts below, and be sure to head over here to find out who won Head of Household during Tuesday’s eviction show taping.

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