this week Big brother It seems that the evacuation was scheduled not too long ago. With Daniel collapsing after Nicole was voted out of the house, and the Leftovers taking control of the game, there seems to be no reason to stir up the nominations this week, simply targeting Daniel and taking him out of the house. But, after putting Monty, Terrance, and Joseph on the block as pawns, Michael and some others in his alliance wonder if it’s time to take out Monty or Joseph, two players they see as major threats. Win challenges on the way.
While Jasmine is still making a big deal about someone stealing a piece of her cake, and not fully understanding how voting works when talking to Alyssa, everyone is strategizing this week. Daniel tries to present himself as a free agent, and he rightly realizes that Terrance is a bit weird about the house, too. He approaches him with the idea of working together to get Monty out of the house. Surprisingly, given that he hasn’t been a great strategist yet, Terrance sees this as a good opportunity to turn his fortune around. He can work to entice people to target Monty while also gaining a true ally in Daniel.
Now, no matter what Daniel does, his plan has no legs if no one else but Terrance is behind him. But, he might have had more people thinking the same about dealing with a bigger threat. Current HOH Michael has proven to be a very smart strategist so of course he’s managing all his options this week. Both Brittany and Kyle agree that they should at least consider keeping the nominations intact and targeting Monty if they control the veto, but who knows if this is a real plan or just a necessary display of ideas to make sure they have all angles covered. Honestly, I could see it going both ways. You could argue that it’s too soon to separate the Dominant Alliance, but there’s plenty of reason to get a threat like Monty now, too.
No plans can really be decided until the veto is won, and once again the OTEV is back to crown a new winner. Playing alongside HOH’s best friends Michael and Brittany and nominated house guests are Turner and Jasmine. As Terrence and Daniel see it, the best-case scenario is Michael wins a veto, and then they can work their magic and convince him to keep the nominations intact and get Monty out of the house. Michael is sure to win yet another COMPETITION – I’m honestly surprised that he allowed himself to win so many, because his resume will soon make him a real target in his alliance – and Terrance and Daniel put their plan into action.
They start talking to Jasmine, Alyssa, and Andy, getting them into the idea that sending Monty home would be a big step and putting them in a position of strength next week. They are all excited just thinking about it. In fact, they are so dizzy that they fail to carry out their plan by any nuance at all. Instead of thinking of the best way to subtly change Michael’s mind, they each go to HOH’s room one by one and make Exact same stadium for him. They tell him about the size of the movement, that it will be Big brother Legend directed by Monty. While Michael was definitely considering the move at some point, hearing the same pitch from five different people makes him suspicious, and immediately notice that they are all working together to try to save Daniel. Honestly, half of this house is three solid steps behind the rest of the house in terms of gameplay.
So, in the end, Michael refuses to do anyone else’s dirty work and instead sticks to the initial plan. He pulled the trio of Monty, Joseph and Terrance from the block and replaced them with Daniel and Kyle. He even cast some shade on Daniel, paraphrasing his haughty HOH talk to Taylor and telling him he’s “rubbing people the wrong way” and that “this is his chance to apologize.” It’s a beautiful, sweet moment to Daniel’s account, and we’ll definitely see him step out of the house Thursday night.
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