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'Big Brother:' Foolishness meets a class act

President and Chief Executive Officer of CBS Corporation Leslie Moonvees and Julie Chen
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Last night on “Big Brother” it was Power Of Veto night, with team America trying to completer their week’s task, Zack jumping around talking nonsense seeking the spotlight and behaving just like Devin recently evicted for being a bully, and Caleb like a little boy avoiding Amber because she does not give him the time of day…boo hoo, just pitiful a grown man behaving like a dejected school boy.

The plan is backdoor Amber, and those on the block were on the search for the POV, Jocasta doing a lot of talking during confessional, but when it comes to accomplishing anything; she is just a complete and utter disaster. Victoria just cries and seeks pity from all around because she keeps on being nominated, tonight though she had an ally with Hayden who volunteered to be picked for the veto competition, if Victoria happened to pull up the houseguest choice button that way she would ensure having two chances at winning the Power Of Veto.

The competition was on, and voila it worked out just as planned Hayden won the POV, and so it was time for the meeting, and Hayden true to his word took Victoria off the chopping block. Frankie had to name a replacement player and he chose Amber, which was the plan all along. Zack then proceeded to take the spotlight by bad mouthing Amber about everything that Caleb has done for her, and she refusing his advances; he was rude, obnoxious, and disrespectful, but Amber being a much classy lady just sat there smiling and did not indulge the stupidity being thrown in her face.

Yes, indeed, Amber perhaps is too big of a person to be in a house competing alongside some individuals who are beneath her, and behave in a way that will embarrass them for years to come once they looked at themselves on national television. Recaps and episodes can be watched online at www.cbs.com/bb

“Big Brother” runs on Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT, Thursday at 9 p.m. EDT, and Sunday at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.