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.
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It’s the most important week of the Big Brother season. The HOH winner automatically finds themselves in the the final three, as does the POV who also decides the third person in that trio. Who will not make the cut? Will it be “Big Moves Yo” Enzo, the “Whiny Assassin”, “Betty Broderick” Christmas, or the person who has pretty much ran the house from the very beginning (Cody)?
We quickly know that Enzo is safe, as he won the HOH competition on Thursday evening? Weirdly, despite the fact that his nominations don’t really mean anything, one of the people he puts up has a hissy fit that lasts almost an entire day. Can you figure out who that is? We discuss everything that happens, including Enzo’s failure to see that just possibly Christmas is correct in whose departure would help Enzo’s end game. Of course, he doesn’t really care.
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.
Once again, a week that looks like it will be cut and dry actually turns out to have some drama. And it’s all because David won one of the powers last week, and he was forced to use it after being nominated by Dani. But David didn’t just routinely used his power. Oh no, instead he tried to convince the house that somebody else had a power that they used on him. Needless to say, this didn’t work out well for him. Yet it did create a few seeds of doubt that continue to affect the game as we went to air. You’ll love the little tidbits we uncover!
First off, this week marks the premiere of the 2020 Big Brother Gossip intro!!! Please let us know what you think of it (especially if you like it). I feel like I did capture the essence of the first few weeks of the show. And definitely let me know about a certain edit that goes from Dani to Keesha. Can you spot the differences in their voices? I can’t.
As far as this week’s show we begin by talking about the departure of the “legendary” Janelle. We have Dani’s planned “hinky” vote, and Nicole’s nightlong despair over her supposedly nasty goodbye message. Janelle may be long gone, but she’s still there in Nicole’s mind even days after the fact.
Then we have Enzo’s HOH reign. We show how Enzo is just as much of a liar as Danielle, but he’s much better at hiding it. Everybody just laughs at Enzo’s complaints about Danielle, David, Da’Vonne, and most of the rest of the house, but they’re starting to catch on to Danielle’s nefarious ways. Is she in trouble in the near future? Maybe.
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.