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'Big Brother:' The underdog wins despite sabotage

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Last night on “Big Brother” the turn of events were laughable to say the least, even if you are not a fan of Donny, last night proved that the man is a force to be reckon with and he will not just lay down and go out of the house silent.

The alliance known as “The Bomb Squad” which is comprise of Frankie, Caleb, Derrick, Cody, Zack, and Kristine took it upon themselves the decide the fate of everyone in the house, they first opted to not put Victoria on the block because they just felt sorry for her, and then concluded that Donny was the target, but lied to his face claiming that they had chosen the nominees by picking Skittles from a hat, which indeed they did, however, omitted to tell him, Donny, that he was the real target. He was nominated along with Kristine, who was to throw the competition and have Caleb and Cody the other two nominees win “The Battle Of The Block”, and she did try in the dark handing bones to the other two since Donny could not see a thing. But just when he needed the most, working against everyone: Donny managed to pull a win and took himself off the block.

That means that Caleb and Cody are now up for elimination and one of them should win the Power Of Veto, thus guaranteeing himself another week in the house, and the other will fear elimination, and if such happens then who will be the replacement nominee? Also, what if the POV isn’t use, then one of them will leave the house, this week the house will be full of chills and thrills. There is a lingering feeling that if the POV is used, then Zack will be put up and he will be sent packing; now that will be fun to watch, but who knows things change in this house in the blink of an eye. Regardless of what takes place this week will be interesting in the “Big Brother” house. 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.