Sometimes, there is a fine line between good “Big Brother” gameplay, and doing something that makes for good TV. Right now, there are nine players left in the game, and Andy has won Head of Household at a time where he probably did not need it. So what do you expect him to do other than play it safe?
Today, Andy has made it clear why he’s targeting Spencer and Jessie over Amanda and McCrae: He thinks it’s far too early to make a move like that. To an extent from his standpoint, we agree in that he already has a final four deal with them, and there is no reason to shift the target in a place where it is not already. Despite some suggestions of a “Girls Plus Andy” alliance, it looks now like much of that was just talk. Jessie is still the target over Spencer, but he wants to try and blindside her if possible (which seems unlikely, given that she must know people want her out).
In addition to winning the power last night, Andy also had the challenge of having to select Have-Nots for the week. While there were some volunteers, the choices were Aaryn, GinaMarie, Helen, and Elissa. This is Aaryn’s first time as a Have-Not, which means that now everyone on this entire season has suffered the fate at one point or another. There was an outdoor lockdown earlier, likely called to assemble the food that America voted on a couple of weeks ago. Sadly, we don’t think that there will be a Pandora’s Box yet; maybe in a couple of weeks. So long as Jessie is there (the Pec-Tacular one), we’re happy.
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