Big Brother Season 15 Episode 21: What Just Happened?
By Mark Drum
For a superfan, Andy is doing a poor job playing the Big Brother game. He should have put up stronger players for eviction or as a replacement nominee. Helen is trying really hard to get Amanda or McCrae out. Helen should fear being blindsided with a backdoor in the very near future. Spencer is doing whatever he wants and doesn’t care if it goes against “the house’s” wishes. One thing is certain, this house has a bunch of caged animals waiting to be released into the wild. I wonder how long it will be when editing gets sick of always having Amanda heavily featured on every episode.
Amanda Running The Show
Seriously let’s just change the name of this show to which just mentions how this is Amanda’s show and game to win. I’m a fan of her gameplay but I’m not a fan of her personality. Amanda has become the sounds of nails scratching on a chalkboard for me. Also I don’t appreciate how Amanda has bullied houseguest into doing what she wants or if she doesn’t get her way to whine and complain about it. What Amanda has done right is her social game. Her social game rivals Helen. I give Amanda major props in telling McCrae and Andy to make a fake alliance with Helen. I was surprised they let Aaryn in on the alliance, but I guess they don’t see Aaryn as a big threat anymore. Wasn’t it ironic how Aaryn came up with the alliance name. I personally like the alliance name “3 A.M.” over “The Moving Company.”
Counting For The POV
I was flabbergasted by how quickly Helen was able to win two rounds of the POV competition. I give Spencer major props by not following what “the house” wanted. He fought to try and earn his own safety but backfired. Elissa’s quick math segment was kind of embarrassing and I’m sure she wasn’t tongue-tied with trying to explain how to solve the volume of a shape to estimate how many items are in each one. Then Elissa not even staying for the last question and folding. Somewhere her sister Rachel Rielly is screaming at how bad Elissa played the POV competition. It’s interesting that even the houseguests can predict what the next competition will be. This I think is a good and bad sign because somehow the houseguests can predetermine who should win or have a strategy. Personally I would like to continue keeping the houseguests on their toes as well as mixing up the competitions. Having traditional games is fine, but there comes a point where there needs to be a twist or variety. However with new games, comes at a price and obviously the show is on a budget.
Prediction For Eviction
If Amanda is to get her way, yet again, Jessie will be sent packing. Between the two nominees, Spencer is the bigger and more obvious choice because nobody in the house can really get a read as to what he’s wanting to do in the game, where as Jessie is easily swayed to whoever is to power. After Spencer’s plea to Andy, I think he should be worried about possibly being voted out. But this house follows a herd and the Nerd Herd 2.0 has spoken. With a unanimous vote Jessie will most likely be sent to the jury house! Which for the Jury House, we’ll probably won’t see until next week. Since it’s only occupied by Candice and Judd.
Prediction For HOH
I hope it’s an elimination trivia competition for the new HOH. I predict Aaryn will win HOH, which ail again solidify she’s s competitor. But Aaryn will then probably say in the following episode she’ll want to make a move that doesn’t have too much blood on her hands. Here’s hoping the next HOH decides to put blood on their hands and smear it all over the houseguests. I’m just waiting for Amanda, Andy, Helen or McCrae to be put up on the nomination block. The latter three have yet to be nominated and they should feel the hot seat.
Tonight’s episode will indeed bring some mixed emotions but looking forward to tuning in and seeing who goes to the Jury House. Tune in at 9 p.m. on CBS 62 to see who Julie interviews as the next eliminated houseguest on Big Brother 15!
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