During Peter’s Power of Veto Ceremony speech on “Big Brother Canada” Wednesday night, the YouTuber made an effort to stress “chaos theory” as one of his biggest strategies for the game. He knows that in order to survive in this game, you have to be willing to do anything and everything, and that is what he is ultimately trying.
Basically, Peter’s argument seems almost geared more now towards Emmett and Jillian, largely because he knows that Andrew is not likely to turn on Talla. He’s actually not having a hard time at all in playing into Emmett’s strategy, since he knows that Talla does not want him in the game. This is really one of the few times where there is a serious crack in the “Jemmett” armor. Jillian is not convinced that she is going to take Emmett to the end, and she needs Talla around in order to survive.
If Peter wants to find a way to keep himself in the game, he needs to prove to Andrew somehow that if given a choice, Talla would go to the end with Jillian over him. This may not be that hard to do, since we think that it is probably true. Heck, Peter could make the argument that he is really the only person willing to go to the end with the guy, given that he is reasonably likable and hasn’t lied to anyone on the same level as some of the other players.
The funniest part about Wednesday night’s events is that Talla is unhappy about some of what he is doing, and she spent a good few minutes complaining to Jillian about it. (What is he supposed to do?) Meanwhile, Jillian is playing the “threatened” card because Peter told Jillian he may not vote for her if he leaves the game.
What do you think Peter’s chances right now are of staying in the game? If you want to read our full review of Wednesday’s “Big Brother Canada,” be sure to visit the link here.