Well, here’s what happened during tonight’s double eviction. Now, if you haven’t seen the show yet and you’re still planning to watch it and you don’t want to have to deal with any spoilers, then stop reading right now. Because I’m about to tell you exactly who got voted out and what happened when that person left the house.
Okay, everyone ready?
Here we go!
We started the show out with the vote. Nicole and Victoria both gave their pre-vote speeches. I liked Nicole’s speech, especially when she told everyone to start playing Big Brother. The audience liked it too. But, good speech aside, it went exactly how we were all probably expecting it to be. Everyone voted to evict Nicole.
Nicole left the house. The audience cheered for her. That was the last time that the audience would cheer for anyone for the rest of the night.
The HoH competition was weird but, just judging from what the HGs said afterwards, it doesn’t appear that anyone was intentionally trying to throw it. It was one of those comps where the houseguests were asked a question and then they had to answer either true or false. For the first question — which was about what Donny’s girlfriend wrote to him in her note when he won HoH, everyone but Derrick got the answer wrong. As I said, it was strange but then it occurred to me that, out of all the players competing, Derrick was probably the only one smart enough to actually pay attention to what anyone else ever says in the house.
Derrick nominated Christine and Victoria for eviction. Christine was his target (though Christine did not realize that). Derrick assured Victoria that if Christine won the veto then Frankie would be nominated.
For the veto comp, they had to guide a ball through three separate mazes. As a lot of y’all have pointed in the comments under the previous post, Frankie has said many times that he’s great at mazes and that he loves them. And — surprise! — Frankie easily won the veto.
When we got back from the commercial break, we saw Derrick very smoothly manipulating Frankie into not using the veto. Christine and Victoria both gave their speeches. Victoria said, “I already said that a few minutes ago,” and the audience laughed. Christine said, “I love you, Tim” and the audience groaned.
The houseguests voted. Christine was evicted. And wow, Christine looked mad. It was obvious that it took her totally by surprise and she walked out of the house without stopping to hug anyone. As soon as Christine stepped out of the house, she was greeted by a chorus of boos.
The camera automatically switched back to inside the house and it actually stayed there fore quite some time. I’m assuming that production spent that time trying to silence the audience and probably asking a few people to leave. When they finally did get back to Julie and Christine, Christine looked extremely shaken.
Julie and Christine talked for a few minutes. Julie asked her a little about Cody but didn’t go into any depth about it. Tim was not mentioned. It was kind of obvious that neither Julie nor Christine really knew what to say.
After all that, we found out about what that big Golden Button is all about. Apparently, if any of the houseguests press it over the course of the next week, the entire week will be reset. The nominated HGs will come off the block, the HoH will be dethroned, and they’ll start all over again.
And that sounds like it could be interesting but I doubt anyone will press the button. As the show ended tonight, we saw Frankie and Derrick telling Cody, Caleb, and Victoria why they should not press the button.
Anyway, they should be competing for HoH later tonight. Derrick can’t compete and Frankie has said that he’s planning on throwing the competition so — unless Frankie changes his mind — it’ll come down to Cody, Caleb, or Victoria. (Okay, it probably won’t be Victoria….)
Also, the houseguests heard the audience booing Christine. It really freaked out Cody, probably because he knows that a lot of the boos had to do with her relationship with him. Frankie, meanwhile, is under the impression that his fans were booing Christine because they knew that Christine had said something negative about him. Frankie has also said that he was surprised that he couldn’t hear the audience cheer when he won the veto.
Jeff and Jordan will be visiting the house this weekend and will apparently have a big announcement. (Wedding bells? Who knows?) So, we’ll get to see that on Sunday!
And that’s it for now!