While we heard throughout the weekend in the “Big Brother Canada” house that the Power of Veto Competition was one of those “how badly do it you want it?” tasks, what does still remain a mystery is how the challenge was structured. Without really getting a visual on it, it is certainly not something that is particularly easy to picture in your mind.
So when does this become particularly problematic? Ultimately, it is when you talk about someone wandering around claiming that the competition was one they were never meant to win. This is apparently Andrew’s new justification as to why he lost the challenge, because it was rigged, and production wants to keep Gary around since he is super-popular with fans. (Obviously, since he came back into the game.)
Do we really buy what Andrew is selling? Not in a million years. Production has taken so many steps this season to ensure that competitions are not rigged, even disqualifying an entire Head of Household of Emmett’s after they caught him violating a rule. While the twists may not always be fair, we’ve never seen any evidence of them purposefully handing a competition to one person over the other.
This has just been a hard week for Andrew, since he had to deal with the guy he previously evicted (in Gary) coming back into the house, and also getting his head shaved into a mohawk during this competition. Since that time he’s failed to really make any inroads with anyone when it comes to the voting. Gary’s sure to evict him, and as of right now, the biggest hope that he has is of Jillian throwing him a vote, mostly because she does not want another enemy in the jury. This then causing the blood to get on Emmett’s hands, which should be an interesting debate as to how the showmance wants to play this.
What do you think about Andrew’s new complaints? If you want to read some more “Big Brother Canada” scoop from last night, you can do so over at the link here.