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'Big Brother:' Reign of bulliness comes to an end

Host of Big Brother Julie Chen
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Last night on “Big Brother” the bully was called out and his residing in the house is about to come to an end. Devin decided that everyone should side with him against Brittany because she did not feel he was honest when he apologized to the entire household for placing a target on Donny. He decided to make a deal with Paola, who is actually the one everybody wants out of the house, and so his reign began to crumble.

Members of his alliance turned against him and claimed that his attitude was uncalled for and his decisions that are made on the spur of the moment without discussing them with anyone else, wound up putting a target on his back and deemed him untrustworthy. He won the Power Of Veto, and had assured Paola before the competition started that he would use it on her, but Brittany spoke with him as a mother of three and explained that as parents they should stand together since their desire to win goes beyond personal reasons, and more towards their kids back home. And such talk convinced him to use the POV on Brittany rather than Paola.

He turned around and as replacement nominee chooses Zack, a member of his alliance, who had expressed feelings that Devin was bullying everyone and had placed a target on his back for that reason. Devin prances around as though the house and the other residents are there solely for his benefit, he ruffled too many feathers, too soon and his entire game has been exposed, his going back on what he has expressed as facts, is something that shows a lack of character and an impulsiveness that can not be trusted and is detrimental to anyone caught up in its web.

And tonight, as one houseguest will be evicted those who are nominated apparently go on a rampage of accusations and outright confront Devin and target him as one who has to leave the house sooner than later, so that those remaining can play a game that will benefit all, rather than just one. Recaps and full episode 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.