Thank you America. I’m so happy that we got Amanda voted as the third nominee for BBMVP.
Helen just took a one way ticket to crazy town. I would have hoped that she knew who her allies were in this game, but apparently Helen is throwing them under the bus for whoever is in power.
Deny and deflect when confrontation happens or else karma will come back tenfold.
America got it all wrong with the BBMVP vote. I can’t say I didn’t try. I wanted Amanda voted for the nominations but that failed.
J-U-Double D, Party Darty is in power and we finally got to see where his head is in this game. It’s official, Howard and Candice are in a showmance, according to CBS.
Seemed like Julie Chen was getting tongue tied on last night’s episode. Isn’t it ironic for Aaryn to talk about discrimination when she’s been doing discriminating for the past three weeks.
Our fellow Michigander said it best for last night’s episode. “@DanGheesling: Too much crying. Need more moves and back stabbing. Quickly. What is this?!? #BB15.”
As the saying goes, “We’re not all cookie cutter,” and this applies for Big Brother. Love to hate or hate to love, it’s getting viewers to watch the show.
Such a great episode of Big Brother! The power once again has changed and in this episode there was some cheers, tears and some social justice.
We had a special guest on last night’s episode of Big Brother right before the competition. I didn’t know who to expect. The CBS Facebook & Twitter Page gave us a clue.