It’s time for you to vote!

Who do you vote to evict this week?

Do you vote for….

ALYSSA, Kyle’s ex


TAYLOR, Monte’s current?

Cast your vote in the poll on the right side of the page or in the comments below!  And then be sure to watch on Thursday to see who will be the next to join the jury!

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Big Brother 24 — A New Showmance

by Lisa Marie Bowman on September 13, 2022

Hi, everyone!

I guess the old saying is true.  It’s never too late for a showmance in the Big Brother house.  There’s only two weeks left but Taylor and Monte are taking advantage of them.  Last night, live feeders witnessed the two of them making out in the HoH room after lights out.  I can’t say that I’m particularly shocked, as the attraction between the two of them has been pretty obvious for a while.  That said, twitter is currently scandalized as everyone who was making plans for a Taylor/Joseph season of The Amazing Race are now wondering who Taylor is going to end up with after finale night.  I’m not sure why they think Taylor is definitely going to end with either one of them but whatever.  It’s Big Brother!

How will this effect the game?  Who knows?  This is happening pretty late in the game and both Monte and Taylor have spent a lot of time talking about how they’re not going to let any personal feelings factor into who they decided to take to the final two if they’re given that opportunity.  As far as I know, none of the other houseguests know about this showmance.  If Turner or Brittany find out, it’s easy to imagine them getting paranoid and voting Taylor out on Thursday.

As of now, though, Alyssa remains the target and the probable evictee.

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Big Brother 24 — Week 10 Veto Meeting

by Lisa Marie Bowman on September 12, 2022

Hi, everyone!

The veto meeting was held today and, to the surprise of no one, Brittany took herself off the block and Monte put Taylor up as a replacement.  Though she doesn’t fully realize it, Alyssa remains the target.  After the meeting, Monte told Taylor that he probably wouldn’t let Alyssa know until Wednesday night.  He’s apparently worried that Alyssa will cause drama in the House if she finds out too early.

As far as the future is concerned, Brittany and Taylor are hoping that they can win HoH on Thursday and take out Turner.  They know that if Turner wins HoH, he’ll put both of them on the block and he will probably target Brittany.  Either way, Monte appears to heading to the final three as absolutely nobody is talking about going after him.

We’ll see what happens on Thursday!

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Big Brother 24 — Week 10 Veto Results

by Lisa Marie Bowman on September 10, 2022

Hi, everyone!

So, the veto comp was held extremely early this morning.  From what I’ve heard from inside the house, it sounds like it was a timed comp and Monte didn’t even compete because he took too long come outside for the comp.  (Apparently, everyone was shocked by how early the competition occurred and Monte was still waking up and getting ready when everyone else was already outside.)  Alyssa and Turner both came close to winning the comp but, in the end, it was Brittany who won the golden power of veto.

So, what happens now?

Well, obviously, Brittany is going to use the veto on herself.  Once she comes down, Monte is either going to have to nominate Turner or Taylor as a replacement.  As of now, Monte seems to be leaning towards putting up Taylor.  Monte is pretty sure that he can convince both Brittany and Turner to vote to evict Alyssa.  Monte is thinking about jury management.  He believes that if Turner votes to evict Alyssa, that will keep Alyssa from voting for Turner to win the game if he and Monte end up in the final two together.

However, Brittany has been talking about how she feels that the only person she could beat in a final two would be Alyssa.  So, Brittany may not want to vote out Alyssa.  If Brittany votes to evict Taylor and Turner votes to evict Brittany, Monte will have to break the tie and he’ll end up getting blood on his hands.

We’ll see what happens.  Personally, I think it would be smarter to go after Turner but Monte seems to believe that Turner would be the easiest person for him to beat in the final two.  I imagine there will be a lot of campaigning tomorrow.

The veto ceremony is on Monday!

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Big Brother 24 — Week 10 Nominations

by Lisa Marie Bowman on September 9, 2022

Hi, everyone!

So, the fallout from last night’s double eviction is continuing to fall.  Last night, while the feeds were down, Monte won HoH.

He just made his nominations earlier today and he put both Alyssa and Brittany on the block.  He’s told both of them not to worry but, in a conversation with Taylor, he said that he was hoping to get Alyssa out this week because he feels that Alyssa has the most friends on the jury.  For her part, Taylor said that she would rather evict Brittany because she feels that Brittany is bigger threat to win the final few competitions.

Personally, I think it’s stupid not to go after Turner.  Obviously, if the veto is used, Turner will be the replacement nominee but why not just nominate him to begin with?  At this point, everyone in the House will be competing in all of the remaining comps.  So, backdooring someone is kind of pointless.  Of everyone in the House, Turner could be the biggest threat to win the game because no one expected him to make it to the end or be as strong of a player as he turned out to be.  Jasmine will obviously never vote for him.  Joseph may not like Turner but he also seems like the type who would set aside his feelings and vote based on gameplay.

Anyway, the veto is tomorrow!  We’ll see what happens.

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Big Brother 24 — About The Double Eviction

by Lisa Marie Bowman on September 8, 2022


Tonight’s double eviction episode of Big Brother was two hours long.  The first hour was pretty much filler.  Even the first jury segment felt a bit scripted.  (I have never felt that the jury scenes are spontaneous.)  I did find it interesting that, in the jury house, Jasmine no longer limps and her accent is no longer out of control.

When the show finally did get around to the voting, Terrance went first.  There was no shock there.  It was a unanimous vote and Terrance left without bothering to hug or talk to any of the other houseguests.  Terrance wasn’t happy about being voted out but he really had no one but himself to blame.  He played one of the least impressive games in recent Big Brother history.

As for the double eviction, Turner won HoH and, from the minute that he nominated Brittany and Alyssa, it was pretty obvious that he was planning on backdooring Michael.  Michael fought hard for the veto but Monte was the one who won it.  Monte used the veto.  Michael went on the block.

And Michael proceeded to lose it.

Seriously, for someone who has previously always been able to remain calm under pressure, he lost it as soon as he had to take his seat at the front of the living room.  He was trembling.  He had tears in his eyes.  He had to know that he was a huge target but I guess he had never mentally prepared himself for the fact that he might actually end up getting voted out at some point.

In his pre-vote speech, Michael basically attacked Monte and Turner and then said that Brittany couldn’t be trusted.  Brittany, who was already a nervous wreck, looked like she was about to have a panic attack as Michael spoke.  Michael attempted to convince Taylor and Alyssa to keep him.  It didn’t work.  By a vote of 3-0, Michael was evicted.

And, like Terrance, Michael walked out without hugging and talking to anyone.  He told the houseguests to remain seated because he had something to say and then he ran out the door.  Considering how successful Michael had been up to that point, it was not the best way for him to leave the house.  To me, it came across as being petty and childish.  One thing about being a competitor is realizing that you’re not going to win all the time and being a good sport when you do lose.

When talking to Julie, Michael said that he betrayed Brittany because it was his only shot at staying in the House.  Michael laughed it off.  Meanwhile, as the show ended, Brittany was still sobbing.

So, Terrance and Michael are gone.  Taylor, Monte, Alyssa, Turner, and Brittany are the final five.  We’ve got two more weeks to go.  To be honest, I think Turner might end up winning this if he can make it to the final two.

The HoH comp should be later tonight!

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Well, it’s that time of the week!  It’s time for us to open up the diary room and for you to vote for who you would like to see sent to the jury this week!

Do you vote for….




Vote over in the poll on the right side of the page or in the comments below!  And then be sure to tune in tomorrow to see who will be the first houseguest evicted in the double eviction!

Happy voting!

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Big Brother 24 — Back From The Holiday

by Lisa Marie Bowman on September 6, 2022

Hi, everyone!  I hope that everyone reading this had a good holiday weekend!

If you didn’t have a good holiday, you can at least take some comfort in that you still probably had a better time than Terrance has been having in the House.  Yesterday, the houseguests gathered for the veto meeting and, to no one’s surprise, Michael did not use the veto.  Terrance and Alyssa remain on the block.

Who, of those two, are going to the jury?  Things are getting close to the finale so there’s been a lot of conversations going on about who the houseguests think that they can beat in a final two situation.  Interestingly enough, Taylor, Brittany, and Monte all seem to think that Alyssa would be unbeatable due to her social game and the fact that she has a lot of friends on the jury.  I think they’re overestimating Alyssa.  Alyssa’s done very little in the House and spent most of the game being carried by Kyle.  But, even though they seem to think that Alyssa is a bigger threat to win, everyone seems to be determined vote out Terrance first and then Alyssa.  I think the logic is that they can still get rid of Alyssa whenever they want because Alyssa is so bad at comps that they don’t have to worry about her becoming HoH or winning the veto.  That’s a dangerous logic to follow because you never know what could happen but, that said, Alyssa has yet to come close to winning anything so I understand what they’re thinking.

Of course, the main reason that Terrance is going is that he just gets on everyone’s nerves.  He’s been complaining nonstop this week and I think the houseguests are just tired of listening to it.

So, Terrance is going first.  Thursday is a double eviction so it wouldn’t shock me if Alyssa immediately follows him.  Strategically, it would make more sense to get rid of Michael when they have the opportunity but Michael is a smart player and, along with targeting Terrance this week, he’s also been smoothing things over with the other houseguests and remaking alliances with the former Leftovers.  Michael could very well sneak his way to the end.

We’ll see what happens!

Lisa Marie

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Big Brother 24 — Week 9 Veto Results

by Lisa Marie Bowman on September 4, 2022

Hi, everyone!

I’m sorry for the late update.  The veto ran late last night and then, today and this afternoon, I’ve been busy with both family and the bad weather.

Anyway, the important thing is that Michael not only won HoH this week but he also won the power of veto!  So, Michael has all of the power this week and that’s bad news for Terrance.  Terrance is on the block, along with Alyssa.  Terrance knows that he is Michael’s target and he’s been complaining about it ever since he was nominated.  He keeps saying that his situation is hopeless and that he doesn’t have any respect for how the other people in the House played the game.  If Terrance is trying to get people to feel sorry for him, it’s backfiring.  People are getting tired of Terrance whining all the time.

Terrance is specifically being targeted because Michael feels that Terrance is so incompetent that everyone else in the House will automatically want to carry him to the final two because they know he’ll be easy to beat.  By getting rid of Terrance, Michael will be leaving a lot of strong players in the House but he’ll also be getting rid of the player who, in a final three situation, most players would chose to take to the finale with them.

Michael and Brittany have been discussing what to do with the veto.  Even though they’ve been going through scenarios of what would happen if the switched the target over to someone like Monte or Turner, it sounds like they’re still determined to get Terrance out this week.  They’re both concerned that they’ll be targeted next week, unless Brittany wins HoH.  However, what they don’t know is that this Thursday is the double eviction.  Who knows what could happen!

For now, though, Terrance is definitely the target.

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Big Brother 24 — Week 9 Nominations

by Lisa Marie Bowman on September 2, 2022

Hi, everyone!

Well, we’re coming into the final weeks of Big Brother.  There’s only 7 people left in the House.  After Thursday, there will only be 5.  There’s really not much strategizing left to be done.  It’s all just going to come down to who wins HoH and the veto.

For this week, Michael is the HoH.  Earlier today, he announced his nominations.

Alyssa and Terrance are on the block.

Terrance is Michael’s target but, depending on how the veto goes, I could easily see the target shifting to Alyssa.

The veto is tomorrow so we’ll see what happens.

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