Time to find out who won the late-night Head of Household
the live feeds, because us feed-watchers knew days ago.
Anyway, the show makes us relive Candice and GinaMarie’s fight —
turns out they kept at it all throughout the live eviction,
including that Candice’s birth mom didn’t want her and that she’s
fat. GinaMarie is super gross but they’re both absolutely
Then we have to relive the sped-up “Big Brother” episode that
ended in Judd’s blindside. It turns out the Judd blindside was the
plan all week in case there was a double eviction. We weren’t
aware of that because due to other work committments, we couldn’t
follow the live feeds as closely as we normally do.
Now, the editing would have you thinking this Judd eviction
happened in the span of the few minutes that the show cut to
eviction, but Helen and Amanda had started orchestrating this days
ago on the live feeds.
Watching Judd beg for his life during the commercial break is
pretty sad. No wonder everybody was crying. This really feels like
the first time we’ve seen so much footage from the double-eviction
Helen bucks up Aaryn, while Andy and McCrae cry in the cockpit
room like Judd is dead. And McCrae’s going to feel even worse when
he finds out Judd wasn’t the MVP nominating Amanda every week.
And now the beginnings of the “3 a.m.” alliance form — Amanda,
Aaryn, Andy and McCrae. Aaryn agrees to it, as she should, but she
trusts Helen more, as she should. Aaryn has to know she’s low
person on the totem pole in the 3 a.m. alliance.
The Head of Household Competition
There’s a ’50s diner in the backyard and the competition is
tourney-style, with two people trying to get the “cherry” on top
of the sundae using the contraption they gave them earlier in the
week to practice on.
After beating GinaMarie and then Jessie, it’s Andy in the finals
versus McCrae and Andy pulls it out for his first win of any kind
in an individual comp. Good for him, his DIary Room after he wins
was super cute. However, the way he’s totally in Amanda’s pocket
means that Jessie should be worried. Also, the Have Nots are
Elissa, Helen, GinaMarie and Aaryn (by volunteer). Aaryn says
she’s being a “Good Witch,” which … yeah, now, to the other
hamsters, she totally is.
There is then an awesome montage of everyone talking about how
much they love Andy and how safe they are with him as HOH. That
was some clever editing, “Big Brother” guys. Kudos.
do not give “kudos” to is Amanda’s meltdown against McCrae about
him not letting her win the HOH round where they were against each
other. Yeah, she’s crazy. RUN, MCCRAE, RUN!
As Jessie says, “Stop throwing a pity party for yourself and move
on,” Amanda. Seriously. You need to reel it in, girl.
When talks turn to noms, Helen is talking to Andy about taking out
Amanda/McCrae but little does she know that Andy is way more loyal
to McCranda than he is to her. Frankly, Helen should be rounding
up Elissa, Jessie and Aaryn into a Final Four deal. She’s smart,
but she doesn’t quite have a handle on just how much power Amanda
wields in the house.
For Andy’s part, he’s wondering if he
has to show his hand this early or float by a little longer.
What’s he going to do? Spoiler alert — he’s going to hedge his
bets a little longer.
In the end, Andy plays it safe and nominates Jessie and Spencer.
As a viewer, that’s super boring and we’re very disappointed. But
as far as Andy’s game goes, that was pretty smart at this point.
Why make waves if you don’t have to? Make the next HOH do it.
Plus, he is VERY unlikely to be nominated next week because
everybody loves him and no one sees him as a threat.
is pretty much dead girl walking this week, unless she can win
Power of Veto.
What do you think, hamster fans? Did Andy
do the right thing?