By Mark Drum
It’s official, they’ve announced season 16 of Big Brother! So we’ll get to another season and hopefully one that doesn’t have so many floaters. I found it funny that Julie said “It’s round two of McCrae versus the exterminators,” for me it sounded like a never-ending battle, when it’s only been a few days. For a player who hasn’t been in the game since week three, Nick Uhas has been getting a lot of name dropping. I wonder if all the controversy and negative publicity of the houseguests helped Big Brother get renewed. Either way, I’m looking forward to next summer and seeing a whole new set of houseguests. But alas we must finish this season before getting to the new one.
Exterminators Exterminate McCrae
It took them two times to finally get McCrae the Minnesota pizza boy out of the Big Brother House. Now the POV competition was definitely catered to both Andy & McCrae because let’s be honest Spencer got lucky winning his HOH because he was able to visually see the clues and GinaMarie I feel has a short attention span whenever there is a photo of Nick or reference to him in one. I don’t understand why Andy had made such a big deal that “Nick” saved him and his Exterminator alliance. I was literally shaking my head when I heard that statement and how crazy was GinaMarie when talking about Candice having to wear the Clownietard.
Now was anyone else shocked to hear when the Exterminators revealed themselves to McCrae, after seeing a whole segment of possibly voting to evict GinaMare. It felt like a compete wash and waste of airtime because why build the audience up and thrown in a spoiler!? I would have been perfectly content with more Jury House footage. Also they felt it was necessary to tell McCrae because he was actually playing the game. Which sounded like a slap in the face to Amanda and Elissa. They both played the game but in the Exterminators eyes weren’t playing it enough to tell. Granted Andy like the rat he is, states it in the goodbye messages. Clearly Andy is making a run for votes in jury, just like Helen would in her goodbye messages.
A Trip To The Jury House
Oh man did I call it or what with the heavy flow of estrogen in the Big Brother Jury House?! I wonder why they didn’t have Helen or Candice say anything when Aaryn tried to apologize to them for her hateful comments. I can’t believe it’s a surprise to Aaryn that Amanda is just as crazy as she was in the house. What was up with Elissa’s comment about GinaMarie getting votes of confidence from the jury, when clearly Candice didn’t like her and Amanda was still rooting for McCrae. I’m kind of surprised that the jury finally realized all of the players left are floaters, with the exception of Andy. Helen did make a great case for Andy but I’m not a fan of a rat. Nor am I a fan of GinaMarie who berated Candice and didn’t let her finish her own plea to stay. Or Spencer who just rode everyone’s coattails and was the sacrificial pawn.
My Prediction For The Three Part HOH
Round One: Endurance – it’s usually the first one and we’ll most likely see GinaMarie win that.
Round Two: Time Based Memory Challenge – the fastest person to correctly put the evicted houseguests in order or the HOH holders in order first wins. My prediction goes to Andy.
Final Round: What would the jury say – Who knows the jury the best? Andy, so this is his final HOH to lose.
My Ranking of the Final Three
- Andy – It’s his game to lose. He’s been behind all of the tattling to Amanda about any possible mix ups in the house as well as being a creator of 3AM and Exterminator Alliance. He’s built a great social game and have won competitions. Out of the three, he’s the most deserving as much as I hated his floating ways.
- GinaMarie – She’s playing for second unless she takes Spencer to the finale.
- Spencer – He’s also playing for second place and doesn’t have a shot at winning because what did he really do this season? Float and make a horrible first alliance this season, the Moving Company. His social game was lacking and he was more about winning the smaller prizes this season as oppose to the $500k.
Sunday’s episode looks to be a treat with never-before-seen footage. But let’s be honest I feel like some of these might be repeats from those videos we’ve seen online that didn’t air. Also I wonder what Dr. Will, winner of Season Two will say to the Jury. I hope he sets them straight about floaters and how it’s an actual strategy. Again I dislike floaters but it’s been something that all of the final three have done.
Tune in at 8 p.m. on CBS 62 Sunday and remember the finale is on Wednesday after the premiere of Surivvor: Blood V.S. Water at 9:30 p.m! Also do you think you have what it takes to be in the Big Brother House? Go ahead an apply online for next season at http://bigbrothercasting.tv! Don’t know where to start? Check out local Michigander, winner of season 10 and runner up of season 14 Dan Gheesling’s website How To Get On Reality TV (howtogetonrealitytv.net) to learn more!
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