When we last left off on Big Brother, Paul had just won the Head of Household, and with only three players left, he essentially held all the power in the house deciding how things would play out moving forward. He could either side with the remaining showmance — Corey and Nicole — and evict James or pick off one of the couple. In the end, Corey ended up packing his bags and walking out the door. Continue reading “Big Brother Finale: Who Won Season 18?”→
When we last left the Big Brother house, Natalie was getting picked off and her summer-long showmance with James looked to be in a rather unstable state. A distraught James was left in the house with the knowledge that Natalie may have been perceived as throwing him under the bus. And it seemed like a final four pact between Corey,Nicole, Victor and Paul was intact. But as we know, appearances aren’t what they seem.
This week on Big Brother saw a bit of sadness from Natalie and James, while the remaining houseguests were sitting pretty. When we last left the Big Brother houseguests, Michelle was busy trying to blow up Nicole, Paul and Victor‘s games on the way out the door and a new Head of Household challenge requiring the moving of eggs through chicken wire had begun. As had become commonplace when he’s been in the game, Victor has continued his run of the house every other week. Continue reading “Big Brother, Week 12: No Business Like Show Business”→
What a week it’s been in the Big Brother household! When we last left the houseguests, Victor had been voted out, but joined all of the jury members with the opportunity to fight for the chance to re-enter the game. The competition was an endurance one, with the last remaining jury member assured of returning to the game and the remaining houseguests also competing for the chance at being Head of Household. Continue reading “Big Brother, Week 11: Doubles Troubles”→
With the exit of Paulie from the Big Brother household, there’s now a new power vacuum in the house. And for a little bit, it looked as though Paul and Victor, who’ve adopted the name the Sitting Ducks, appeared to have the upper hand. Paul has played a great social game and slyly maneuvered toward the power in the house. His bro Victor has been a competition beast and with Paulie gone, he now sits as the most obvious physical threat left. But there’s one problem with this — he’s not able to compete for Head of Household this week. Continue reading “Big Brother, Week 10: A Big Meech-stake?”→
Well the worm has certainly turned since we last checked in on the Big Brother house. If you had been watching only the show, you would suspect that Paulie and “The Executives” alliance was clearing an easy path to a “Final Five” deal, but those who had watched the live feeds realized it had been a tumultuous week in the Big Brother house, details of which didn’t fit within the double eviction episode, but were spelled out during the next airing. Continue reading “Big Brother, Week 9: O Paulie, Where Art Thou?”→
There’s a fine line in the Big Brother household of playing the game and being able to do it covertly enough that you’re not on anyone’s radar. We see it year in and year out that ultimately someone starts making power moves so early in the game that it eventually comes back to haunt them without the ability to seriously spin things around. And with that setup, it’s time to reveal how things went in the Big Brother house over the past week.
What a week it’s been in the Big Brother household. As expected, with last week’s vote flip, it’s been quite the dramatic week. But who saw what was coming? Frank is now on high alert after feeling he was running the vote last week and anxious to learn who flipped on him. Meanwhile, the newly saved Tiffany has made an alliance most didn’t see coming and has bonded with her supposed enemy Frank. In fact, after talking to each other, both Frank and Tiffany uncovered how Da’Vonne had played both into going to war with each other. Continue reading “Big Brother Week 5: My Enemy, My Ally”→
Well, what a week it’s been in the Big Brother household. When we last left the houseguests, Da’Vonne had planted the seeds for a Frank vs. Tiffany face-off and the fracture of the 8 Pack had begun. But with Bridgette winning the Head of Household, Da’Vonne’s plan to send Frank packing would have to wait. In fact, Bridgette, who is on Frank’s team but has been on the minority side of the house, didn’t really take to her new task as Head of Household too well and ended up letting Frank pull her strings.