By now most fans of “Big Brother 15” know that Andy was this season's $500,000 winner, with GinaMarie taking home $50,000 for coming in second. But, according to live feeds from inside the “Big Brother” house, only a night before his victory, on Sept. 17, 2013, Andy and fellow cast mate Spencer, who made it to the final three, continued to bash evicted jury member Elissa, and the Brenchel Army who supported her, according to Joker’s Updates.
Spencer even went so far as to tell them on live feeds broadcast from inside the "Big Brother" house to commit “mass suicide.”
The Brenchel Army is the name given to fans of “Big Brother” who follow prior players Brendon and Rachel, who eventually married after meeting during the game. Elissa is Rachel’s sister, therefore, she inherited the group’s support, which seemed to infuriate some of season 15’s house guests.
Andy said, “I want to get the Brenchel Army together for a second… I want you to know that the three of us think of you every day and we think about what absolute morons you are,” according to Joker's.
Referring to Brendon and Rachel, Spencer stated, “You couldn’t pick two bigger a******s to be the fans of…”
Andy continued, “Anyone who feels they are a part of the Brenchel Army and actively aids in the monster known as Elissa Slater winning anything in this house…” as Spencer interjected, “Should go f*** themselves.”
Spencer then went a drastic step further and said, “And if you all vote for her to be America’s Player and that crazy b**** gets $25k, I hope that you all drink the Kool-aid like Jones Town and have a mass suicide.”
This comment even seemed to take Andy aback, who said, “That’s inappropriate, but I mean…” to which Spencer, said, “I don’t give a f***.”
The two continued, as GinaMarie seemed to be oblivious as to what was taking place.
According to Joker's, Spencer added more quips, stating “If you’re fans of Elissa Slater, you are not friends with ‘Big Brother.’ You’re just pathetic people…”
Elissa is a yoga instructor, thus, referring to this Spencer commented, “All proceeds from Elissersize go to the Hitler Youth Foundation.”
Andy, as the winner of “Big Brother 15” is probably not too upset that Elissa did in fact win $25,000 because America voted her the favorite player, but Spencer, who came in third and won no money is likely fuming.
It was recently announced that CBS' “Big Brother” has been renewed for a sixteenth season to premiere next summer.
In addition, TVGN’s “Big Brother After Dark,” which airs nightly during the run of the show, was also renewed.