Here is what happens when you are an unlikable heel in the “Big Brother” house: Everyone wants to get rid of you. Then, when you actually realize that you are on the chopping block, you suddenly have some sort of massive personality 180 in hopes of getting people to realize that maybe, you are not a horrendous person.
But in the case of one Aaryn Gries, it is both too little and far too late. The moment that Andy was nominated as a replacement, she seemed to realize that her fate could be sealed in this game. She knows that she is much more of a competition threat than he is, and that he is someone who has friends in the house. Even Amanda and McCrae may vote to keep him, and that would turn this entire ordeal into something that goes down unanimously. It’s ironic that this could still be considered a big move, even though the complaints from the live show about a lack of these were what inspired Andy to agree to a new alliance with Spencer, Judd, and GinaMarie.
Aaryn’s only real course of action at this point would be trying to sell herself to “McCranda” as a genuine person who will fight to win challenges for them, and then also hope that she can convince GinaMarie to flip back to her side. She is someone who has been at the center of almost everything this week, but appears interested at this point in voting her out to get better numbers for herself in the long run.
As for the ongoing Amanda vs. Elissa bully feud, things do appear to have quieted down somewhat since yesterday’s disaster, but even with that, you still have plenty of time for the spark to be reignited again before Thursday. It’s going to be a long and potentially crazy couple of days ahead, but we do not expect anything as intense as this weekend.