Now, the boring period of “Big Brother Canada” arrives for the week. The Veto Ceremony is said and done, Dan Gheesling is out of the house, the remaining houseguests are now forced to try and find silly ways to entertain themselves as they wait for the next major move in the game.
The only breaking news? That there will be very little campaigning at all this week. Andrew is under the impression that his East Coast Alliance will carry him through, and thanks to that, he really doesn’t seem too worried about Gary (even if he did try to talk to him a little earlier in the day). Meanwhile, Talla has also been given assurances from Jillian and Emmett that she is safe for the week, and not to talk with Andrew or anyone else about it. As for the reason why, it’s pretty simple: if she keeps quiet, then there is no reason for Andrew to find out beforehand that he is getting evicted.
The only real drama that remains here is whether or not Andrew is going to throw someone through a wall when he finds out that his alliance is turning on him. He seems like the type of guy who will be an incredibly bitter juror, and for that reason we would not in a million years want to go to the end if we were in Emmett’s shoes with anyone other than Jillian. That way, he has to choose between one Judas or the other. This may be a situation where they are better not saying anything until the live show, that way he doesn’t have time to get enraged, and Arisa Cox and the jury house will feel his wrath instead.
As for the rest of tonight, it’s pretty boring in between chatter about families, games of chess, and talk about some of the tasks this season. Do you think that keeping Andrew’s inevitable eviction a secret is the right move? If you want to read more news from the “Big Brother Canada” Veto Ceremony, you can do so over here.