Looks like Elissa lived to see another day in the Big Brother house. Did anyone see the McCrae and Amanda showmance coming? Were you surprised by the exit of David because I sure wasn’t! I did enjoy however the shock in the faces of the houseguests who didn’t see that coming. Which proves that this show is a roller coaster, so enjoy the ride!
Wine Gate and More Showmances
Aaryn definitely was stirring the pot with this debacle. I really didn’t think it was necessary but when alcohol is involved, people will start to fight. Jeremy was definitely bullying and the reaction from Jeremy and Aaryn were a bit ridiculous. This was a very petty fight that didn’t need to had, however this can also affect Jeremy’s game because he challenges the others to put him up on the block. Be careful what you wish for Jeremy because that may come back to bite you.
I believe we have three showmances currently in the Big Brother house. We’ve got Aaryn & David (aka Barbie & Ken), then we just saw Jeremy & Kaitlin and we see Amanda & McCrae. We have yet to see Jessie attract her interest in Nick. I wonder how Kaitlin’s dad is think when she said “sorry,” to him. But I’m looking forward to seeing more fights from these showmances or see how far these couples will go. However for one, it ends tonight!
David Is Sent Packing
The votes were not a surprise, but the houseguests sure were when Julie announced the votes. While watching the show, I also tune in online at watchwithdan.com to get commentary from Dan Gheesling on his thoughts of the game. A good point Dan made was watch the houseguests faces of their reactions to who’s being eliminated because we’ll see who’s playing the game. Did anyone notice how quickly GinaMarie and Nick went off to another room to chat. I wonder what they were talking about. Hopefully we’ll find out in the next episode.
With three nominees it’s interesting to see where the votes lied, now this first eviction it was clear nobody was going to vote off Jessie, but that didn’t mean someone couldn’t have voted for her. I wish someone did so it could add some questions for Jessie. I did find it somewhat suspenseful that the votes kept going back and forth between David and Elissa. However it was David who was sent packing, which is interesting because McCrae blatantly said he wanted to see Elissa leave the house. And now that McCrae is out of power for next week, he may be facing the block.
The Battle For HOH Is On!
They’ve brought back a familiar game for the HOH competition. However it will be interesting to see which pair will win and then if there will be another competition to determine the winner or if the pairs would have to decide between themselves who will be the new HOH. I was really wondering what was going on in McCrae’s head when finding out that Elissa was staying because I would personally be nervous that after telling someone I’ve nominated that I want them to be sent packing has actually stayed, I would assume they’d be out for revenge. Speaking of revenge, I’m pretty sure Aaryn will be playing to seek revenge against those who voted David off.
Prediction For HOH
I predicted that Helen would win HOH, but now seeing the competition it could go to Nick & Judd or Andy & Elissa. So it’ll be interesting to see who will actually win or who’s trying to throw this competition.
Prediction For Nominations
I would hope that Jeremy and Amanda would be nominated. These two are strong competitors who are good at physical and I think would be good at mental competitions. Both their social games have been good and that would cause some problems for the other houseguests moving forward in the game. But the safe nominations would be Elissa and Helen.
But us Detroiters will have to tune in and see who will win on Sunday at 8pm on CBS 62!
Mark Drum is a Farmington Hills, MI native and Big Brother fan since 2000. He hopes to one day be on Big Brother and win. Mark is a graduate from the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in Theatre Arts. He’s a member of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and can be found popping up in movie production sets and theater stages around Detroit. Connect with Mark! Blogspot / Twitter /Facebook / Email