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'Big Brother:' Impulsive houseguest calling the shots

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On Sunday night’s episode of “Big Brother” the houseguests were on edge due to it being nomination day. But one houseguest decided to be in the spotlight and above all annoy those watching the show, Devin went ahead and apologized to Donny for mistrusting him and called a house meeting where he voiced his change of heart, and most of all express remorse for his negativity towards the man who is nothing but honest and kind-hearted, according to Devin. He did all this while the voice broke and the tears flowed, and only one person caught up with his cunning and deceitful disposition, that being Brittany, who obviously became a target.

And then it was time for the nominations, and Devin and Emma being part of the alliance went ahead and chose two houseguests each that would be up for eviction, Devin nominated Paola and Brittany, this last being the actual target, while Emma chose Hayden and Nicole. And after nominations, Devin proceeded to tell Hayden and Nicole that they were not the targets at all, then asked Paola to not try too hard in “The Battle Of The Block” competition because she was not the target, but Brittany was the one to be evicted.

Why does everyone believe this conniving and deceitful man? It is mind-boggling how in these types of competitions, one person seems to take over everyone’s actions and thus elevate their game to a point where everyone is wiling to do their bidding. The Battle Of The Block ensued and it worked out just as busybody Devin wanted it to play out, Paola answer one question wrong and gave the other team a point, and so Hayden and Nicole are off the Chopping Block, and that means unfortunately for most of those watching that unless Brittany wins the Power Of Veto on Wednesday night, she might be packing and being evicted, because she is the only one, -apparently so-, who sees through Devin’s deceitful and annoying ways. Recaps and full episodes can be seen online at

“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.

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