Just in case what you saw of Danielle Murphree on Thursday night’s new episode of “Big Brother 14” was not bad enough, just wait until what you are going to see on Sunday (at least pending the producers not making this into a giant recap episode with no new material at all).
So what happened following Dan’s victory in the first part of the live Head of Household Competition? Basically, we saw yet another example of him trying to mist Danielle into believing that everything is going to be all right … even if she’s not buying it completely. His primary argument is that as a coach, he feels responsible for giving her the best opportunity that he can to win the competition. She would have never evicted Shane, and she wouldn’t have beat Shane; meanwhile, he seems to be arguing tat she will beat him without a problem.
As for Ian, he’s still a problem when it comes to Dan’s argument. Why? We think that he’s even more likely to win this game than Shane was. Dan told Danielle to make a deal with Ian if she wanted to ensure her safety for the final two, but he is going to do his best to try and get there herself. Really, Danielle’s concerns here seem to be twofold:
1. She doesn’t want to have worked this hard in the game only to lose at the final three or two.
2. She doesn’t want to be humiliated on national television by doing exactly what Dan says, only for her to be later screwed over. (Too late for that.)
How stunned are you that Dan actually got Shane out of the game, and that he also somehow has Danielle still on his side regardless? We want to hear some more of your thoughts below! To check out some more from the Head of Household Competition, you can do so over at the link here.