Is The House Flipping Yet Again??
Good evening, everyone!
It wouldn’t be a Cam HoH without some craziness in the house and he may be delivering once again.
Well, other than his first HoH which ended up being a complete bust. If you have all forgotten (and I don’t blame you, it’s been a hell of a season), his first HoH was evicting Jag. The guy who is now strongly influencing his decisions in the house. Two formerly evicted players running the house, wild stuff.
We definitely all remember his last HoH and that was with Izzy walking out the door, so I don’t need to go into that. But this time? Let’s recap..
Cameron has been putting a lot of stock into who goes into jury, which is smart, but it’s also putting the cart before the horse. It’s all fun and dandy to think about who will vote your way if you’re in the final 2, but there are 10 people in the house so he has to survive 8 more evictions before that situation even comes to pass.
If someone stares at you like this, run
Throughout Sunday, he was really close to just putting Cory on the block as he held all the power this week. We saw it last night on the CBS episode, and that wasn’t just production hyping it up. Cameron really wanted to do it and tried really hard to make it happen. However, he just didn’t want to ruffle the feathers of the only two people he slightly trusts in the house (Jag and Matt) so he eventually backed down.
Well, the week went on with what we assumed would be a boring week with Felicia walking out the door and everyone celebrating jury. However, Cory started getting it in his head that maybe Meme is actually a bigger threat (because she really is), so he started planting some seeds about voting her out instead and those seeds apparently blossomed into full blown anti-meme plants.
Jag and Matt got on board with the idea because the reality is, Felicia is just not going to win any competition again. There are only a handful of luck-style comps and the odds of winning multiple in the same season are crazy. It CAN happen, but it’s unlikely. Even the ‘luck’ style comps where you need to check each ball for some ticket or whatever require some bit of athleticism.
So that’s where we stand now heading into eviction night. Felicia is currently staying and may make jury. That said, this is still the house that flipped on nearly every eviction this season so there is still a ton of time before Meme or Felicia walk out that door. We’ll have to find out what happens tomorrow night.