Eliminating smelly Frank from the Big Brother house is proving to be impossible!
Week 1: Frank stays and Kara goes. Because Kara was too much of a threat – of taking off her clothes? Honestly, I don’t get the reasoning. Week 2: Frank is Head of Household. Frank’s biggest threat, Willie Hantz, is expelled and JoJois evicted. Two evictions for the price of one HoH. Week 3: Shane makes a bold move and nominates Frank at Veto. Generally, this guarantees the target is a goner.
Shocker: Big Brother declares a reset. Not only is Frank not going home, neither is the suitable consolation prize, dirty and loud-mouth Joe. And, we’re not done yet, folks! Boogie, Frank’s ally, is now eligible to compete – whether the sour puss likes it or not.
Danielle wins HoH. Froogie spend days whining and complaining about how unfair Big Brother is. Danielle nominates Frank and Wil. Mike Boogie Malin, Janelle Pierzina, Dan Gheesling, and Britney Haynesare in the HoH room together. Boogie says “I don’t trust you” to Janelle, Dan is convinced Janelle is a bigger threat than Froogie, and the Silent Six is born. At the Power of Veto ceremony, Danielle blindsides Janelle, nominating her for eviction. Poor Jani didn’t even put on makeup for the event. Horrors!
Who wins this round – Boogie or Janelle? Who is the new HoH?
Shane is everything in the Big Brother house this week – HoH, PoV, and RSM (resident stud muffin). Shane had a secret alliance with Frank, so he targeted Janelle Pierzina‘s team for eviction. Janelle‘s sexual prowess gave her an edge in the (disturbing) coaches challenge. Janelle’s win saved Wil from the chopping block. With Wil off the table, Shane nominated Joe and Ashley for eviction. Whoa, shocker! Everyone expected one person from Team Janelle and one person from Mike Boogie Malin‘s team. The hamsters quickly scurried away from the nomination ceremony to discuss, celebrate, scheme, and/or plan their next move. Except for Danielle. She’s a challenged skinny hamster. She simply found her way to the RSM’s bed and refused to leave. I say “skinny,” because if I don’t say anything, she’ll assume I’m calling her a fat hamster. And I can’t deal with her brand of crazy today.
Janelle worked her magic and Ian worked his social awkwardness, leaving Shane feeling uneasy about Frank. Britney Haynes‘s, like, on a constant 2-day delay in the Big Brother house, but she eventually caught up to Shane’s thinking. At the PoV ceremony, Shane made a bold (stupid? it’s up for interpretation) move. Shane denominated Ashley and named Frank as the replacement nominee. Frank knew it was coming, but Boogie and Ian, who was blamed for the shake up, were blindsided. Shane told Frank that he wasn’t the target, the move was simply a numbers game to ensure Joe‘s eviction. Frank remains optimistic; however, the hamsters are counting down the hours until they can evict him.
Who is evicted – Frank or Joe? Will the coaches enter the game? (as if we really had a choice)
Did anyone else catch the clip of Britney Haynes sitting at the kitchen table eating Fruit Loops during the episode introduction? Willie might have been dead to her but she’s not above eating his fruit loops. HILARIOUS! Somebody please give that Big Brother editor an Emmy!
Even after two weeks of slop, Shane continues to be a beast at competitions, winning his second PoV. Shane takes himself off the block. Of course. There’s only one dumbass in Big Brother history who didn’t use the power of veto on himself. The lone member of Dan Gheesling‘s team, Danielle, goes on the block in Shane’s place. Either JoJo or Danielle will be evicted from the Big Brother house.
Last week on Big Brother, Willie Hantz’s reign as HoH was a success royal mess. Not only did he manage to “embarrass” his coach Britney Haynes (Seriously, shut up, Britney!), he went The Shining levels of crazy paranoid, got messed up with a few lying snakes, and turned the entire house against him. Willie went from HoH to house pariah to Have Not faster than you can say, “Seriously, shut up, Britney!”
Willie‘s head of household ended with Kara being evicted from the Big Brother house by a vote of 5 to 3. Shortly after, Frank, Willie’s number one enemy, won the head of household competition.
Coach Janelle Pierzina convinced her team to vote against Kara. As long as Frank and Willie are going after each other, her players stay safe. Dan Gheesling thinks he’s still in a good position in the game, even though Kara was the second person from his team of three to be evicted. Frank, the new HoH, belongs to Mike Boogie Malin, so prepare yourself for a week of Boogie’s ego.
Big Brother 14 is not disappointing! This week, this twist, this show – I love it all!!
On Big Brother’s first live eviction show, Kara was evicted from the Big Brother house by a vote of 5 to 3 and Frank won the HoH competition. This all happened after one of the most exciting Big Brother starts ever. As the first HoH, Willie Hantz played too hard too fast. He also declared his love for fruit loops. But, really, what grown-ass man doesn’t love fruit loops? Willie‘s paranoia led to a newbies only meeting, which led to Frank and Janelle feeling uneasy about Willie.
How does Willie react to Frank‘s HoH win? Also, Coaches Competition, Have Nots, and Nominations.
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Welcome to the first live show of Big Brother 14. It’s day 13 for the hamsters, and, oh my gosh, has it been crazy in the Big Brother house!
But first… 12 brand new houseguests came into the house to begin the best summer of their lives and a surprise (not really) brought four legends – surely Big Brother meant to say, “3 legends, plus Britney” – into the house to coach the newbies on how to play the game. How in the world did anyone get through the game of Big Brother without Big Brother manipulating the game? Oh, yes, that’s right – just fine! Grrr.
Big Brother 14 features 12 new houseguests, each hoping to be the next big reality TV star and $500,000 richer, and 4 returning “epic” Big Brother players. CBS explains why we can’t just have new blood, “In a series first, four of the most successful players to ever enter the Big Brother house, will return to play their own game and for their own separate prize.” Whatever, CBS, this better not suck!
As always, Big Brother is hosted by the lovely Julie Chen. She’s really working the camera tonight – stage left, stage right, wiggle your shoulders, back to stage right, descend the stairs, flawlessly sit down. Tough gig.
Big Brother is finally here. Let’s get on with it.