Entering tomorrow’s Big Brother 21 Veto Ceremony, we have a good sense of some of what should happen. Jackson is probably not going to use the Power of Veto, meaning that we’re going to be seeing both Christie and Analyse on the block moving into Thursday night.
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Yet, we’re seeing what is an all-out offensive at the moment on the part of the two nominees to try and find a way to get the plan changed … and to ensure that Jessica ends up being put up as a replacement nominee instead. They want to find a way to convince Jackson to go through with this, mostly because they feel like if this happens, both Jessica and Nicole will be forced to go along with the plan because they made the six-person deal last week. From there, the idea is for them to get the original Six Shooters back together (with Nick largely in the place of Jack) and for them to work their way to the end of the game together.
Will this plan actually work? Well, probably not given that Jackson has to be okay with it. We’re not really sure that Jackson is thinking altogether personally at this point. He just recognizes that Christie is influential, smart, and has a lot of different people working for her. He’s aware that if he doesn’t make the move now, there may not be another time in order to make that move. Christie’s done some good things this season in terms of getting people on her side and there are not a lot of people bold enough to get her out of the game.
Earlier this evening, Christie did go to Holly and Jackson to discuss them working together again, claiming that it would be the ultimate comeback story and that they could all work together moving forward. Holly’s tried to be sympathetic towards Christie, but nobody at the moment has made any promises.
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