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'Big Brother:' Unanimous eviction

The host of Big Brother, Julie Chen
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Last night on “Big Brother” it was eviction night and according to conversations the target was Devin, there were some however, that felt Caleb was in the right place to be evicted since he has lost perspective on the game and spends his time chasing after Amber, who apparently has no interest in him other than just a friend.

Cody spent some time talking about the opportunity to backdoor Caleb, and leaving Devin who would always have a target on his back regardless, some agreed that it was a good idea and gave the idea some thought. America’s alliance had completed their task of starting a rumor that Zack was related to Amanda from last season, and they of course were not suspected of being the ones to initiate the rumor, but instead placed all the blame on Paola who was evicted last week.

Then it was time for voting and one by one the houseguests said Devin, the total score was 11 to evict Devin and zero to evict Caleb. And then, as Julie Chen interviewed him, he did admit that his game plan was rush, flawed in many ways, and he forgot to mention impulsive.

The competition for new Head Of Household began and the 12 houseguests eligible to compete were divided in two, however, its conclusion will be played out on Sunday’s episode, and then it will be interesting to see which four are nominated because there are no targets, those remaining are pretty well-liked by the others, so the strategy will begin and the blood will start to stain hands, and resentment will start to arise.

The weeks to follow are going to be interesting in the “Big Brother” house, the floaters should be evicted, but then again those don’t win they are just pawns unless they are allowed to get far in the game, then they will start to compete with much fervor, the strong should be voted out first, but which strong player can rally at least another strong player and floaters, and that way secure an alliance that will take them to the end. Recaps and episodes can be watched online at

“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.


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