It figures the first day I’m on vacation, interesting stuff starts to happen in the Big Brother house. And, of course, my WiFi up here makes me wish I was even back on a 56k modem. I guess I shouldn’t expect any different when I’m in the middle of the mountains. I’m shocked they even have internet at all up here.
So, let’s get right into the day’s events…
- The PoV Ceremony happened
As I reported earlier, it was essentially a given that Meg was going to go on the block to replace John (who won the power of veto). This is honestly the easiest choice Shelli had to make once she decided to go against the grain and get Da’Vonne out prior to Audrey.
Shelli put up Meg because of her great personality so far, nobody is going to want her to leave just yet. It is also the reason I put Meg up at the top of this week’s power rankings. But, did I jinx Meg? Keep reading…
- Da’Vonne is pretty sure she figured out the twin twist
Earlier in the day, Da’Vonne was chatting with Liz before Liz was called into the DR session. This was a switch-a-roo with Julia (her twin). Note – I don’t know who went in and who came out, but for the sake of the story, I’ll say Julie came out. So, when Julia ‘went back’ to talking with Day, something started clicking inside Da’Vonne’s brain. This is not the same person she was just talking to.
I am getting this information from my buddy at Big Brother Network, so this is all second hand info, but I trust him.
Day went to talk to her buddy Jason about this, and they sat there putting the puzzle together. Liz forgetting certain events, then suddenly remembering them. The rate each of their roots are showing in their hair. Subtle facial differences which would inevitably be picked up on when you spend so much time with people.
Da’Vonne thinks that she will get rewarded if she goes to the DR and exposes it, but she won’t. Had she discovered it earlier, it would have gone a long way in getting Liz on the block instead of Meg, but too little, too late. Or is it?
- Da’Vonne won Kathy’s phone reward
Before you say it, I know it sounds pretty damn fishy that Big Brother had them each answer a call, and Da’Vonne just happened to be 7th, but I believe it was luck of the draw. From what I’m gathering, a phone booth was placed in the house, and everyone just lined up to answer calls one by one. I don’t think Big Brother set the order, but just told them they each get to answer it. Da’Vonne just is incredibly lucky because this could save her season.
Again, just what I’ve been reading, it sounds like Da’Vonne will be told about the reward, but nobody else. I suppose she can tell people if she wants, and she likely will have to in order to secure some votes, so I believe the shit is going to be hitting the fan when it all comes out.
This still may not be a saving grace for Day, but with some right deals, she could potentially stay. I guarantee this, if Dan Gheesling was given 3 opposing votes to eliminate, and he’s in Day’s shoes, he is staying that week. This will certainly be the judge on whether or not Da’Vonne deserves to be in the house or not.
Right now, the votes are as followed:
Audrey, Austin, Becky, Clay, Jackie, James, Jason, Jeff, John, Liz, Steve, Vanessa. That is 12 people meaning in a normal situation, Da’Vonne needs 7 votes (because Shelli will break the tie and get her out). However, let’s just say she scratches off 3 guarantees for Meg. We will say Audrey, Clay, and Austin, this leaves 9 remaining votes where she will only have to get 5.
It does suck for her that eliminating 3 votes only really saves her 2, but that’s because of the tiebreaker.
Now, where can Da’Vonne get 5? Jason and Steve are possibilities. John has been floating around and badly needs to find a secure alliance. This leaves 2 people out of Becky, Jackie, Jeff, Liz, and Vanessa. James is practically in love with Meg, but he is also easily manipulated. Liz and Vanessa would be hard to sway. Assuming James, Liz and Vanessa are all no’s, could she get Jeff, Jackie, and/or Becky?
Good players can. Let’s see if Da’Vonne is one of those players.
Seriously, sign up to the live feeds because I feel it may be a pretty interesting week and I’m sad I’ll be missing a chunk of it.