On Big Brother 15 Sunday night, we pick up with Thursday's HoH competition. In the end, the egg-hopping contest crowns GinaMarie the new HoH, and Amanda wastes no time going into hyper-drive to begin her campaign to oust Elissa from the house. It's probably the fastest trash talking in "Big Brother" history, according to BuddyTV on Sept. 1.
Once GM wins Head of Household, we find out that even though Elissa was ultimately responsible for evicting her pal Aaryn last week, as well as her honey Nick weeks ago, her target is clearly set on McCrae and Amanda.
That's a sigh of relief for most of us, but, with "Big Brother" you just never know. But the big question throughout the rest of last night's show, was whether GM follow through and actually nominate McCranda?
The short answer is yes she did. It's actually rare to see a double blindside in the nomination ceremony. But GM pulled it off, making it one of, if not the best episode, of the season so far.
Amanda is confident that Elissa, and either Judd or Spencer will be the nominees. However, McCrae realizes that being the last power duo in the game, there could be a target on their backs.
It becomes clear that the Exterminatiors alliance, GM, Andy, Spencer and Judd are aligned with Elissa to bounce Amanda out of the house. Or, at the very least, get McCrae out and destroy their power duo.
The entire episode consists of Amanda telling GM that she needs to nominate Elissa and Judd, GM agreeing with her, then making fun of her with the others behind her back.
We do get another round of Elissa vs. Amanda Sunday night. Amanda starts it by butting into Elissa's chat with Andy and Spencer in the BB living room.
Elissa isn't completely innocent, as she jabs Amanda by saying how much she misses Jesse, who of course hated Amanda with a passion.
But, you can't really blame Elissa for taking a few swipes after what Amanda has done to harass her. Plus, Amanda butted in to their conversation.
Amanda then goes on a tears campaign in the backyard, trying to curry favor with the remaining houseguests about how badly Elissa treats her.
No one's buying it. They know who the real bully is. A funny exchange takes place that somehow Amanda either missed or glossed over.
Amanda complains that she feels like she's back in high school in dealing with Elissa's wickedness. Spencer quickly picks up on that and asks her, "Were you a mega-b-tch in high school?"
Amanda continues her campaign to GM, telling her repeatedly how the HoH should nominate whomever will leave the least targets on their back for the coming week.
That's wrong, the HoH needs to evict whichever houseguest is the biggest threat to the house.
Anyway, Amanda feels GM is buying her propaganda hook, line and sinker. She even admits in the diary room that, "I feel safe. And happy. And glorious. And triumphant".
It's time for the nominations, and GM, Judd, Spencer, Andy and Elissa are tingling with anticipation over watching the shock and surprise that awaits McCranda.
When it gets down to one key, and neither Amanda nor McCrae have been saved, the look on Amanda's face is priceless.
Too bad poor GinaMarie flubbed her nomination speech, but the moment was delicious anyways.
Now the big question becomes, if McCrae manages to win Power of Veto, will he use it to save himself, or Amanda?
Tune in Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST on CBS to find out.