It’s (sob) the last night in the “Big Brother” house, and as we near what is in our mind one of the most interesting finales ever, we still do’t have much of a sense as to what exactly is going to happen.
Here is what we do know. Dan and Ian will face off in some sort of live Head of Household Competition, and if Dan wins, it’s about 90% likely that he will take Danielle to the end and use his whole “coach bringing the student” argument. He’s also probably going to do a good job showing that her moves were all orchestrated for other people and pointing out her hypocrisy. One such example? She has been moaning in the house lately about a guy she kind of likes back home in Trey, even though she had applied for some sort of dating show before making it on here. Dan more or less called her out on this Tuesday evening, but she didn’t really have much to say as a comeback.
Meanwhile it’s about 99% likely that Ian is going to get rid of Danielle and take Dan to the end, if for no other reason than that he hates Danielle’s guys. Plus, he wants to keep his loyalty. The only thing that is really unclear is if Dan would actually throw the challenge to Ian to keep more blood off of his hands. But you do have to remember this: ever since season 7, there has only been one instance where the person to win this last challenge ends up losing the game. When was that? Season 9, and that almost shouldn’t count.
Just for fun, we’ll leave you with a pair of lovely tidbits. First, the segment filmed on “The Talk” today will air tomorrow along with the “Survivor” special … and here is what Dan was zinged with earlier this summer by the Zingbot:
“Dan your a great motivational speaker, you motivational speeches motivate me… to jump off a cliff”
If you want to check out some more news from this final day, and an explanation as to why Willie Hantz will not be at the reunion, all you have to do is follow the link here.