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'Big Brother:' The bully is discovered and on his way out

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Last night on “Big Brother” it was nomination day and there was no question as to who was the target. Devin appealed to Derrick, and asked to be nominated so that he could have the possibility of saving himself, to no avail though, because the surest way to get rid of him is by backdooring him after the POV meeting when there is no longer any chance for Devin to save himself.

Nicole being naïve and also impulsive spoke to Donny about those she needed to nominate and not have blood in her hands, this suggested Christine not knowing that Christine, Nicole, and Hayden are in an alliance themselves. Donny proceeded to inform other guests of what was talked about with Nicole and placed a target on himself that earned him a nomination that in retrospect made Nicole feel bad and drove her to tears. Her other nominee was Amber, who in turn had nominated her last week this is all keeping in mind that the real target is Devin.

And Derrick spoke to Caleb and informed him of the plan, which in turn had Caleb ask to be nominated so that he could throw “The Battle Of Block” competition, and that way save Amber, his crush on Amber is obvious and so far the feeling is not mutual. And Hayden also is trying very hard to form a showmance with Nicole, but this is very careful in her decisions, nevertheless, is not totally against the idea and flirts back.

Devin nevertheless, tried to get on some houseguests good graces by telling them about the Bomb Squad alliance and how it was formed on Day Two, but everyone can see through his façade and know well that nothing that comes out of his mouth is worth anything, so far it does seem that there will be no question as to the name that everyone will say on eviction night; hopefully it does all play out as it is being planned and Devin is removed that way his annoying voice and fake smile no longer bothers viewers. 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.