If there is one thing particularly interesting about Adam in the “Big Brother” house, it’s that he chooses to have imaginary fights with people rather than real ones. Case in point? Although he does not have the gall to rant against Kalia in person, he chose to do so in front of the camera.
(Warning: the following contains spoilers.)
During Sunday night’s edition of “Adam’s nightly monologue,” he berated Kalia for trying to get him to use the Power of Veto on her — something that he suggested he would never do in a million years. Why? It all comes down to her unwillingness to help him in the past, and she is just trying to flip the script to her own benefit.
At the same time, though, you can’t really fault Kalia for trying — she knows at this point that she is going to be the one leaving the house unless she pulls something fantastic, and Adam (as the Veto holder) is really her only option to get Jordan out of the game. The next step? Trying to convince people to keep her over Porsche.
Do you think Adam’s game would be completely different if he was forced to actually confront people?