The home stretch of “Big Brother Canada” is finally here … especially for the live-feed junkies out there. In just two days we will be without the feeds for the rest of the season, so we really do have to take advantage of it while we can.
In case you missed our post last night, we had a pretty anticlimactic Head of Household Competition last night. Jillian won, which ties her with many former houseguests in America for the most time spent in power in a single season. Ultimately, though, this is a situation where “power” is really only defined by immunity. As was explained time and time again in the house last night, the Power of Veto is really the only thing that matters when it comes to who actually stays and goes, as this person will be the only one making the decision. Therefore, the only guarantee Jillian and Emmett have of staying is if one of them wins … but then again, they probably will based on the fact that they have won every single challenge that they needed to in order to guarantee their survival so far.
The only other pressing bit of information was that Jemmett are trying to take any preventative measures possible to keep Talla and Gary from working together, but you have to know that they are going to at this stage of the game. With that, we turn to evicted houseguests Andrew Monaghan, who summed up his biggest mistake in the game in an interview that Slice sent over to us this morning:
“The only thing that I would change is this past week. My strategy was to be myself which I’ve never wavered from. I didn’t want to be a backstabber. If I could change one thing, it would have been to campaign more after the Big Brother Canada Chevrolet Power Shift and not to have put so much trust and faith in my East coast alliance. I should have teamed up with Gary to potentially work with him going forward and to save myself. It’s always better to have two bullets in the chamber instead of one.”
If Andrew really said “Big Brother Canada Chevrolet Power Shift,” the advertising department is probably giving him a car right about now.
Who do you think will win the Power of Veto, and do you think that Gary’s time in this game is almost surely over? If you want to go back and read some more about the Head of Household competition, you can do so over here.