Adam thinks he may have found his key to the “Big Brother” final two — but is he truly more than a little bit delusional this time?
(Warning: the following contains spoilers.)
While Rachel and Porsche are not particularly good at sharing their thoughts publicly to people on the live feed, Adam gave one of his traditional monologues on Sunday night — and his plan is seemingly to convince someone that he is really not going to campaign for the $500,000 himself. Rather, he claims that he is happy winning the $50,000 grand total for second place, and he knows both Rachel and Porsche have a plan already in place for the half a million if he wins.
In addition, Adam knows that he would be the swing vote on the jury — the newbies and Daniele would all likely side with Porsche, and Brendon, Jeff, and Jordan would all likely side with Rachel. He says that just before the finale, he is going to tell both Rachel and Porsche (who are set to compete live in the final Head of Household competition) that he will not vote for them if they evict him — pretty much guaranteeing the other person the victory.
Do you think this plan by Adam could work, or is he making too big of a threat here?