Big Brother 14 – Danielle Finally Tells Shane About Her Job
While Frank may be running around all week thinking it’s going to be a 4-0 vote to keep him (it won’t be), there are other stories that are somewhat interesting. The Live Feeds have been a bit slow due to Frank thinking he’s very safe, and any time Joe is on the block that’s generally a week of no campaigning right there. Needless to say, as a blogger I’m glad it’s already Tuesday so Thursday can get here quick. This has a big feel of the Wil/Joe week where the biggest excitement was whether or not someone caught a fly. Hey, I guess not every week can be thrilling and entertaining, right? My only frustration is that with only roughly 10 weeks a year, every freakin day should be a live feed paradise for us. Is that asking too much?
Seriously Big Brother, have a winter edition too. The ratings may not be as high as one of the billion CSI / NCSI type of shows, but at least we won’t feel jipped when 2 weeks in a season are very boring to watch!
Ok rant over. The biggest news of the day, it took Danielle over 50 days to finally reveal to her closest ally in the house (Shane) that she’s NOT a teacher but actually a nurse. His reaction was about the same as some random person sitting next to you on an airplane just confessed a pointless lie after 3 hours flying for fear of you judging them. You can see it as 12:56pm 8/3 on the flashback feature, but it’s mostly entertaining how little Shane actually cares about the situation. It’s like he’s in jail and just waiting for his release date but playing nice to his cellmate so he doesn’t get shanked. (two metaphors, one paragraph… I rock)
Anyway, the live show should be another pretty decent one, although I’m not sure if it’s possible to compare to the last double eviction episode. There will be some drama, but with Frank likely gone right away, the following competitions won’t be as intense as they were. Sure, they’ll still be entertaining, but the reality of it is that someone like Joe or Jenn will end up hitting the bricks that night as well. That leads me to a suggestion a commenter had, let’s play a guessing game…
and another one…
Keep in mind, for the second poll there is a very strong chance Frank won’t even be there, so voting for him may be pointless but you can still take a gamble and think he’ll survive the first eviction.