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Big Brother 18 Recap: Will Power of Veto Save Frank? 7/27/2016

By: on July 27, 2016 |

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Big Brother 18 houseguest Frank Eudy has been avoiding the eviction hammer for weeks thanks to some clever gameplay and fortunate competition wins. If his ally and stool pigeon Bridgette Dunning had not won Head of Household two weeks ago, he very well might have gotten the boot back then.

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With Bridgette as HoH, however, Frank was doubly protected. Not only was Frank immune from eviction because Bridgette was on his team, but she also basically did everything he told her the whole time she was in power. So even if he hadn’t had that team immunity, he would have sailed through that week with Bridgette as his meat puppet.

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Big Brother Spoilers: Week 5 Power of Veto & Final Nominations!

By: on July 27, 2016 |

Who won Power of Veto on Big Brother tonight and will decide whether or not this week’s eviction nominations remain the same? We have the spoilers from Wednesday night’s PoV show and based on the results, we’re pretty sure who is most likely to be getting the boot on Thursday!

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WARNING: This post contains Big Brother spoilers, possibly including competition information or results, game play moves, alliances, showmances, etc. Please do not proceed if you do not want spoilers!

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Big Brother 18 Prediction: Who Will Be Voted Out In Week 6?

By: on July 27, 2016 |

The first Big Brother 2016 pair head-to-head happens on Thursday. Frank and Bridgette have been a non-romantic pair all season. Everyone knows that they will protect each other before anyone else. Now, their bond gets tested this week on Big Brother 18.

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The Big Brother Power of Veto competition played out over the week. OTEV had another disastrous result for Frank, because Michelle won it. Prior to the Veto ceremony, he made a couple of attempts to save himself. The biggest one involved a house meeting. Eventually, the house meeting shut down his dreams of getting off the block.

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Big Brother 18 Power Rankings Week 5: Who’s On Top?

By: on July 27, 2016 |

The Big Brother 18 players continue to show how one bad move can nearly destroy weeks of good game play. Da’Vonne, Tiffany, and Frank are all victims of making one wrong move and having it collapse your game strategies. This week, James became its newest victim on Big Brother 2016.

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James still ranks as one of the better players of Big Brother 2016, especially considering the messiness of the players this year. James game might not be in immediate danger, but it is definitely in long term danger on Big Brother. James’ position shifted down a little from last week, due to his errors with winning Head of Household. See who else moved up or went down in our ranking for the week.

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Big Brother 18: Alliance Round-Up Week 5

By: on July 27, 2016 |

The last week made excitement and drama go rampant in the Big Brother 2016 house over the last week. For the first time this summer, a houseguest (HG) has reentered the Big Brother 18 house via the Battle Back competition. Alliances have fallen apart, HGs have been thrown under the bus, promises have been broken, major power shifts have occurred, and a likable veteran HG is on the block for eviction this Big Brother 18 week.

Big Brother 18 alliance chart, courtesy of 89RazorSkate20

Big Brother 18 alliance chart, courtesy of 89RazorSkate20

With a resounding vote of 8-0, Tiffany Rousso was evicted last week. Tiffany narrowly escaped eviction the previous week, thanks to a last minute vote flip that sent Bronte D’Acquisto home. The primary reason for the last minute vote flip was essentially to irritate Frank Eudy, who desperately wanted Tiffany out of the house. Once Tiffany was saved from eviction, she and Frank joined forces in a rather unexpected move. In the end, Tiffany pleas to stay in the house fell on deaf ears. Frank, feeling the shift of power in the house against him, voted in favor of the house, to show his dedication to the majority alliance.

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