As we sit here and write this article it’s hard to not have emotions involved in it. Is this the first time ever that we’ve been at the final nine on a “Big Brother” season, and literally have no one in the game worth rooting for? Save for maybe Andy and Elissa, and the latter has not really done anything as a game-player. We’re gutted over Judd’s exit; even though he said a couple of things he may regret later, he wasn’t a racist d-bag like a good half of the people left in the game.
So let’s also give a round of boos to the MVP twist in the game, since it has taken from us both Nick and Judd (interesting players), and kept the likes of Aaryn, GinaMarie, and Spencer in the game. Wait, wasn’t this supposed to get rid of floaters? You can’t blame this entire mess on the casting at this point; production’s twist, which did work to save Elissa for the first two weeks, has made this into a catastrophe. Even they would have probably preferred an early Elissa exit to losing so many good players and nice people, while the racists are still in the game.
There was some more conversation tonight, shortly before the start of the Head of Household Competition, that was even sadder since Judd was telling the truth. Also, Amanda is still talking about him being the MVP for the past three weeks, even though he never was. The competition should start pretty soon, unless for whatever reason “After Dark” is a repeat or contains old footage and it is happening later. So long as the competition ends at a reasonable hour, we’ll have an update for you here.
If you want to read our full review for Thursday night’s double-eviction episode, just be sure to visit the link here.