The Big Brother 18 house majority alliance, which doesn’t even have a proper name anymore, made a power move and evicted the second veteran player in a row last Thursday evening.
Da’Vonne Rogers was evicted by a well orchestrated backdoor plan set up by P.P. (Paul and Paulie). Well, if we are truthfully honest, Paulie is really calling the shots in the house, even when he is not Head of Household (HOH). He controlled Paul last week during his HOH, and he also made sure James nominated Frank the previous week.
Paulie certainly has more control in the house as compared to all of the other houseguests (HG). He also has won 2 HOH’s and 2 Power of Veto’s thus far. Not so bad considering this is only week 7. Paulie is definitely on a roll, one which may take him right to the final 2. The HGs need to wake up and realize what’s going on in the BB house, especially the girls, before it’s too late and they are sitting on the other side of the front door and speaking with Julie Chen. If Paulie wants you evicted, chances are you will be gone very soon thereafter.
That is why this HOH competition is so very important. As we saw at the end of the last episode, all of the HGs were left swinging around the backyard in the ‘Harsh Hashtags’ competition. This competition has been used before in the BB game as an endurance competition. Who has the strongest will to hang on for dear life and win the HOH this week?
The winner could make a power move and begin to break up the P.P. power play going on, or everyone could just fall in line with what P.P. wants as they have done for the last couple of weeks. I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to see a good power struggle in the house. At this point Paulie seems almost untouchable, but things can change in an instant in the house as we have seen happen so many times in the past. Tune in tonight to see which HG won HOH and who will be in control this week.
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