The “Big Brother” house last night appears to have realized that one of its house guests is not a worthy opponent and rather has created chaos on a regular basis, placed a target on his back that now has him with only a few hours left in the house.
The original plan was to backdoor Donny, but he had other plans and having no allies with a fellow nominee working against him, Donny still managed to win the Battle Of The Block competition, thus saving himself for another week. That also meant that Caleb and Cody, who were just there to help oust Donny, now were on the verge of being eliminated, and only the Power Of Veto could save them.
Frankie being the Head Of Household wanted to win the POV just to have absolute control and realizing that one of the nominees would need to go off the chopping block, the players were chosen for the POV competition and Zack upon having to sit out the competition realized that his fate no longer lie in his hands and would have to trust those telling him he was not a target. Frankie wound pulling off the win, and at first it seemed as though Victoria would be the replacement nominee, but after much talk and thought, Frankie decided that despite loving and caring for Zack, this should be voted out due to his previous behavior of talking down to others and creating chaos for no reason whatsoever, other than wanting to be the center of attention.
The POV meeting arrived and Frankie decided to veto Caleb as one of the nominees and after telling Zack “that it was time for him to meet Julie Chen” asked him to take the seat as the replacement nominee. And following this Zack went ahead and lay down, depressed that his friend turned against him, but how could he have expected to remain long, after making a fool of himself by calling others names and even accusing Frankie of being a liar? Tonight will be elimination night and unless something out of this world happens, the houseguest walking out will be Zack. Recaps, episodes, and information on this show can be found 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.