So Aaryn wins Head of Household for the fourth time this season on "Big Brother 15" and many fans are baffled as to why she is even still in the house. This has been a productive week though for those left in the house and hopefully some big moves will finally be made. Joker's Updates posted a transcript from the live feeds on August 18 and there is quite a bit going on lately in the "Big Brother" house.
Not long ago, an alliance was formed between Aaryn, Amanda. McCrae and Andy. It is pretty obvious that Amanda and McCrae formed this alliance with those they thought had the smallest shot at winning. Little did they know that Aaryn would win HoH for the fourth time just after forming the group. That is a pretty strong point to be made for winning if she happens to make it to the end. The group did decide that whoever won the next week would need to get Helen out. Unfortunately, Helen and Aaryn are also very close which only makes this week very uncomfortable for Aaryn. She has Helen thinking her original target is Elissa and that Helen is only nominated for eviction to keep her from saving Elissa.
Things only get dicier when Elissa wins the Power of Veto. She will, without a doubt, remove herself from the nominees and Aaryn is supposed to nominate Spencer in her place. Helen is still of the belief that the plan is to back door Spencer and have him go to the jury house this week. Helen starts to get suspicious though because Spencer is very calm and doesn't seem nervous about going home this week at all. It doesn't help either when Elissa tells Helen that she overheard GinaMaria saying that she will still be voting Helen out.
Speaking of Spencer, he seems oblivious as to how offensive many of his comments in the house have been. He told other house guests that production has told him he can no longer talk about Union Pacific in the house. He has been heartily giving shout outs to his possibly former employer and has no idea how upset they are with him. After the most recent bout of comments he made into McCrae's microphone, Union Pacific released a statement that read:
“Due to the volume of feedback Union Pacific has received from the public about Spencer Clawson’s August 5 comments on the CBS reality show Big Brother 15, the company wants to reiterate that it has taken all the action it can under the Collective Bargaining Agreement until Mr. Clawson is released from the show. Mr. Clawson took an unpaid leave of absence to participate on Big Brother 15. Union Pacific has notified law enforcement of Mr. Clawson’s August 5 comments.”
It is obvious that the company is looking to rid themselves of the bad press and the controversial employee but cannot do that until he leaves the "Big Brother" house because under his Collective Bargaining Agreement, he will have the right to a hearing.
If all goes as planned, this is the week that Helen will go home Spencer will stay in the house and hopefully stop talking about Union Pacific and children. This is also the week that one house guest will return to the house. After eviction this week Candice, Judd, Jessie and whomever is newly evicted will face off with the winner coming back into the house. No matter who it is, it looks like the next few weeks of "Big Brother 15" might get pretty interesting.