Now that the new Head of Household has been appointed following one of the most shocking “Big Brother 13” episodes of the season, we are now at the point where the name of the game is strategy. What is a bit more unusual, however, is that there seems to be a much harder decision for the people voting to make than the person making the nominations.
(Warning: the following contains spoilers.)
Daniele is indeed in power again, and she is making it pretty clear to her alliance of Kalia and Porsche that this is going to be a repeat of two weeks ago — meaning that Brendon and Rachel are going to go up on the block. If somebody does with the Power of Veto and chooses to use it, then Jeff is going to be the replacement nominee. After the disaster with Lawon, it’s pretty clear at this point that Daniele is not messing around.
However, there is still a major story to play out here. First of all, we have to wait and see how both Adam and Shelly (who showed a good many of their cards with the Lawon vote) react to not being fed the same amount of information as in the past, and we also have a question of how the Veterans will vote. Daniele clearly wants Brendon right back out of the house, but for social reasons Jeff, Jordan, and Shelly may opt to send their votes to get rid of Rachel. Jeff is the second target behind Brendon, meaning that if he becomes immune Daniele plans to get rid of the house’s Dumbledore-hated master of third-person Diary Room sessions.
What do you think about some of the strategy currently getting played in the house?