So we’re now finally down to the last three players standing. Nicole, Cody, and Enzo. Who won the first of the three final HOH competitions? Who is likely to not only become the final two but who wins this season? We discuss all of this, along with much, much more on this week’s second to last episode.
- Tag Archives bb21
Well, it finally happened. After ten weeks, Nicole Franzel finally won HOH. You’d think that would make her happy. Oh no, it doesn’t. She’s not happy with the time frame of her receiving her HOH basket. Then when she receives it, she’s still not happy. She didn’t receive all of the treats she expected. She’s not happy with her letter. I mean, she’s really not happy with her letter. Poor Victor, her fiance, just didn’t include all the niceties that she expected. She spent all of Thursday night complaining about this form letter that we all know CBS edits before the HOH receives it.
And this doesn’t end her whining. It’s so hard to be HOH, you know. You have to make hard decisions. You have to spend way too much time talking to people you don’t want to really talk to. But a job is a job, and she finally fulfilled her obligations by nominating Memphis and Christmas. She wants Memphis to go, but do Cody and Enzo agree with her plans? They may tell her they’re cool with this, but there’s a conversation that happens that questions whether they will actually follow through with this goal.
There’s actually a lot to talk about on this week’s episode. First off, there is the first ever triple eviction in Big Brother history (outside of Canada, of course). Yet things didn’t go exactly as planned for CBS. A production decision to take a wide shot on Julie exposed the supposed “surprise” to the houseguests that it was indeed a triple eviction night.
Then we had what actually happened during the episode. For a few seconds, it seemed like Nicole was actually going to get the boot. It didn’t happen, but there was a little bit of tension that extended long after the three evictees got the boot. As predicted, Nicole certainly didn’t let anybody forget what she had to go through that night. She was, after all, nominated not once but twice.
That incident also gave Cody an easy out when it comes to nominations. Certainly Christmas and Tyler had to go up. But who would vote for who? And that’s where we get our title for this episode, as nobody really knows who Enzo really wants to see evicted. He tells Tyler he’s got his back, but then he also says the same to Christmas. Nobody knows where Enzo’s loyalties lie…except for with Cody. That’s his man, yo.
In what may be the most shocking revelation in the history of the Big Brother Gossip Show, we actually have some shocking comments to say about a member of this season’s all star cast. Yes, we really do compliment one of our least-favorite cast members of all time. Guess what, though? She was the master of everything that happened last week, and her histrionics on Friday night may have set the stage for what we see in the week’s ahead.Besides our shocking revelation, we go over everything else that happened this week. The departure of Nicole Anthony, Tyler’s HOH win, Danielle’s behind the scenes work, and as went to record the results of this week’s POV competition.
Once again it should have been an easy week. Holly was going to be evicted, despite what they told Jackson and Holly. Then Cliff spilled the beans and we had 24 hours of great feeds. Well, a handful of hours of great feeds and then CBS blocked them all day on Thursday. So we missed a house meeting that looks to be momentous, but we pieced together what really happened as opposed to what CBS showed on Thursday night.
But that’s not all. While much of the past 48 hours have consisted of the final four laying around rehashing the season, there was an incident that set the stage for some crazy gameplay that will ultimately cost our favorite oil man the game. He probably would have gone anyway, but this one little conversation he had with Jackson on Friday afternoon made the decision of the POV winner that much easier.
Oh how much fun we had tonight, and you should also enjoy our giggling throughout tonight’s episode. We thank you guys so much for listening to this show, and it also helps us out a lot if you do some simple little things like retweet this post, or any post about the Big Brother Gossip Show. Or if you’re a member of our Facebook group, hit that little share button.
It looked to be a laid back sort of weekend in the Big Brother house. After the double eviction, the remaining five knew their spots in the house, especially after Jackson won HOH. There was a lot of laying around reminiscing about the past two months.
Then out of the blue our little Broadway dancer revealed the biggest secret of the season. The Big Brother world went into a tizzy, especially when the feeds dropped for a few minutes. And this was followed by a statement from one of the five stating the possibility of a big shakeup if they won the POV. Which that person did then accomplish! Will Jackson’s main squeeze end up on the block? If so, will she go home? Suddenly a boring week was full of intrigue!
We thank you guys so much for listening to this show, and it also helps us out a lot if you do some simple little things like retweet this post, or any post about the Big Brother Gossip Show. Or if you’re a member of our Facebook group, hit that little share button. And if you really love what we do, please consider contributing to our Patreon. We offer all kinds of rewards, including access to Scott and Colette’s Day Drinking show. You can even be an executive producer of this lovely little program.Oh, and I almost forgot that we now have Big Brother Gossip merchandise! Click here for shirts, mugs, and other merchandise related to both this show and the Day Drinking bonus show!!!
Christie may think she has the universe under her thumb, but it seems like the Big Brother community has a bigger say in her future than she does. I mean, come on, last week it was the the fans who put her on the block. No matter what her manifestations this week, she is once again on the block this week…and it looks like she’s heading to jury.
But the main focus of this week’s show is actually the other person who was nominated. Analyse finally found herself on the block, and even before this happened we saw her true colors. She wasn’t making fun of Cliff last week. According to her they were noting how “cute” he looked when he was running. After all, she doesn’t “need” to make fun of people. We saw similar instances of her true colors after she was put on the block next to Christie. Oh no, she’s just a sweet little girl who is an inspiration to all!
This week’s great show highlights all of the silly things that came out of the mouths of both Christie and Analyse, along with everything else that happened in the house. We also extensively went through the craziness that occured on Wednesday night when Jessica was told by Nicole that she was left out of this brand new six person alliance, and Tommy’s futile attempts to revive the original six. Seriously, this was a great night of analysis!
Nobody expected this to be an interesting week at all. Like all the previous weeks, it was bound to be another week controlled by the same handful of people that have bored us the last few weeks.
Then things got weird. First there was a last minute free for all that saw the dissolution of the main alliance in the house. Then we saw the shocking HOH win of the least likely person in the house, followed by the same person winning POV! Could we have a strong player leaving this week? It sure seems that way!
This should have been a quick, easy show. The week in the Big Brother house has been pretty cut and dry. The targets were obvious the minute Holly won HOH, and nothing really happened to create any question of what she was going to do with her power.
Yet something happens whenever the Big Brother Gossip crew are firing on all cylinders, and this is such a week. Something was in the air, or at the very least the beer and wine were tasting mighty fine for the trio. But somehow this week of nothing turned into over 2 1/2 hours of hilarious and biting chatter.
And we certainly don’t give anybody a pass when it comes to our commentary. Each and every person remaining in the house has major game or character flaws. Well, let’s be real. They have game AND character flaws. And we don’t hold back on any of them.
What a wacky week this was in the Big Brother house. We finally got rid of some folks, we had a successful blindside, and somehow Cliff survived the Camp Comeback comp. Not only that, but later that night he won HOH!!!
So for the first time this season we have a house flip. How was Cliff going to handle this responsibility? Would he try to befriend the people who switched their votes to save Nicole, or would he team up with the rest of the downstairs crew? Well, he went for the big move and nominated Jack and Jackson
That move raised other questions. Well, it raised one question. What was Christie going to do with her Diamond Power of Veto? Would she use it to save one her pals? Truthfully, she doesn’t even know, as we proved in this episode.
All kinds of crazy stuff happened this week, including a new twist, a breakup, a drone, a couple of earthquakes, and a mule kick or two.