Big Brother 15 – Candice Is Turning Up The Pressure
Sunday Evening Update: I like to make a post on Sunday night’s for the CBS viewers who are checking out the rest of the spoilers for the week, but family drama came up, so I am behind schedule. It’s ironic that I love drama in the BB house, but loathe it in real life. Anyway, if you’re checking to see what happened this week so far, let me give you a brief recap…
Amanda nominated via MVP vote
Spencer won PoV
Candice will likely be replaced by Spencer
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On to my recap of last night…
I tried to stay awake and blog last night, but as soon as the house went into a slow moment, I was staring at the back of my eyelids. Oh well, busy day, it happens. Luckily no major fight broke out because there is nothing I like better than doing a play by play on that. Do I have issues for liking that? Yes, probably.
Turning on the flashback to 11:30pm (you can do it here for a free trial), Candice is chatting with Helen in the cockpit about the different situations that can happen this week. She is counting votes but needs the support of Elissa, Helen and 1-2 more to get Amanda out this week, and that’s going to be a very tough sell. The house overwhelmingly wants Amanda to go home, but all but 2-3 agree now is not the right time. Personally I disagree, as now would be a very good time considering veto is out of the way, and this guarantees Amanda’s strong personality doesn’t enter the jury house to manipulate votes for her friends.
While I’m sure many of the house feel the same way, the problem is they’re all probably thinking Amanda is going to be manipulating the house in their favor once that time comes. Sorry to break it to anyone who thinks this way, but Amanda is the type who will do her best to campaign against the people who had a hand in getting her out. She’ll also campaign against the person who got McCrae out if he’s in the jury with her. Helen and company may agree that later is a better time to get Amanda out, but I certainly wouldn’t want to be the one to send her to jury.
I’m sure Candice is not going to stop working on votes for Howard, but little does she realize, Spencer is starting a campaign against Candice. While still a longshot, voting Candice out (she’ll likely be replacement nominee) is much more of a possibility to those who are just floating around. If Howard has any chance at staying in the game, it will ironically be because the person campaigning the most to keep him is walking out the door. And that’s why I love watching this show!