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'Big Brother:' Power goes to houseguest's head

Big Brother host Julie Chen
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Last night on “Big Brother” it was nomination day, and Zack one of the Head Of Household, got on a power trip, wanting the spotlight and wound up alienating everyone in the house and placing a target on his back. Frankie the other HOH, on the other hand diplomatic and always careful not to say too much, sided with the house that seemed to have turned against Zack.

Frankie nominated Victoria and Jocasta, his reason being that he did not want anymore blood in his hands and so nominated those he had already put up for eviction, Zack wanting to create discord and make himself noticed, nominated Christine by calling her a floater even though she is in alliance with him, and he nominated Nicole and called her a “fruit-loop dingus”, very uncalled for since Nicole has not said anything bad to anyone, on the contrary she tries to be friends with everyone.

The target this week though is Amber, who tried to rally the females in the house and suggested that Zack should be voted out. Christine of course ran off and told her alliance that includes Zack, what Amber had suggested. But in reality, Caleb should go just because of his infatuation towards Amber, who clearly has rejected him and seems to be attracted to Cody. However, even if this wasn’t the case, what makes Caleb believe that he must continue pursuing someone who has rejected him, not bluntly, but instead with subtlety had indicated no interest towards her suitor.

This season of “Big Brother” is turning out to be the most interesting so far, everyone seem pretty methodical and cunning, Derrick and Cody appear as the most grown and probable final two, who by the way have formed an alliance of their own called “The Hitmen”, interesting to see how this union of two pans out. Recaps and episodes can be watched 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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