On the CBS Big Brother 14 episode Sunday night, fans who don’t watch the Big Brother live feeds will finally learn who the new Head of Household is and who they have nominated for eviction. For those of us watching the feeds, however, we’re way past all that and now the game play in the house is all about what is going to happen now with the winner of the Power of Veto.
Join us for our Big Brother 14 spoilers state of the game report for Sunday, August 26 and find out what’s been happening behind the scenes in the Big Brother 14 house.
WARNING: BIG BROTHER 14 SPOILERS AHEAD!
This post contains Big Brother 14 spoilers from the Big Brother live feeds that have NOT aired on the CBS Big Brother 14 show yet. Please stop reading here if you do not want to know what happened!
Following Wednesday night’s Big Brother 14 live double eviction show, the houseguests went on to compete in another Head of Household Competition. The winner was — yawn — Frank Eudy.
Frank Eudy was offered the chance to open Pandora’s Box on Friday. Naturally, he decided to go for it. As a result, he was temporarily trapped in the Head of Household room while the other houseguests ran around the house to find quarters to play a game in the Arcade Room.
Ian Terry won a special Veto Power, which he can use to take someone off the block. However, he was not given immunity from being put on the block himself. Frank Eudy was also given the chance to win a prize by picking out an envelope and he pocketed $3,000.
After the Pandora’s Box, Dan Gheesling was revitalized because now he thinks it is possible he could still manage to make it through this week, despite being Frank Eudy’s primary target.
At the Nominations Ceremony, Frank Eudy decided to nominate Dan Gheesling and Danielle Murphree. Ian Terry has the power to take one of them off the block. Frank threatened that he will put up Britney Haynes as the replacement nominee if Ian takes Dan or Danielle off the block.
Ian told Frank on Sunday morning that he does not plan to use the Power of Veto, but this might or might not have been true. Ian implied that ‘production’ would not like it if he used the power, but he could have been lying. Jenn does not trust Ian, but Frank keeps making it out like Ian is his BFF and it is really Dan who made Ian do all those bad things. LOL.
Weirdly, Frank STILL seems to trust Ian Terry despite pretty much everyone at this point knowing Ian betrayed him and Boogie. Ian helped get Boogie out, and then nominated Frank for eviction. Yet, Frank still thinks all this is Dan Gheesling’s fault and Ian is still his good buddy. Frank is maybe a bit dense. Frank also seems to continue trying to work with Shane Meaney, despite having been burned by him repeatedly as well.
At the Power of Veto Competition, we had a bit of a surprise when, out of the blue, Jenn Arroyo actually won the PoV. There is a first time for everything I suppose. Jenn seemed to imply to Danielle after the Big Brother 14 Power of Veto Competition that she wasn’t going to use the PoV to take either her or Dan off the block and believed Dan would get evicted.
Also as a result of the Power of Veto Competition, Frank Eudy is given his second silly costume of the season and has to walk around as a giant carrot for 24 hours. He also has to get horrific ‘chum’ baths at random times for 24 hours and he cannot compete in TWO Head of Household Competitions. We also found out that Frank was disqualified from winning the PoV after saying something out loud he wasn’t supposed to while Britney Haynes was playing in the PoV.
More ‘prizes’ from the PoV Competition included Dan Gheesling having to spend 24 hours in solitary in the Have-Nots room in his own private ‘dance party’, Danielle and Britney being chained together for 24 hours, and Jenn forced to eat slop for the reason of the season… and burn her clothes. That had to hurt.
With Danielle likely safe from eviction and Dan locked in the Have-Not room, the latter part of the weekend has been relatively quiet. As soon as Dan is released from solitary, I expect he’ll start campaigning for votes and that should be interesting to watch on the Big Brother live feeds.
As it stands right now, Dan is most likely to be headed out the door during the Big Brother 14 live eviction on Thursday. However, that is a long time from now and all sorts of things can change in the Big Brother 14 house between now and then. Stay tuned as we bring you more coverage from inside the Big Brother 14 house all week long!
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