Big changes are afloat in the Big Brother house, with only five house guests left. Thursday’s 500th episode, double eviction saw Amanda head out the door but not before a snide remark to Andy. Amanda stated, “I thought I could trust you,” as she opened the door to the outside audience.
Andy went into immediate stress, as he does when confrontation is headed his way. During her interview with Julie Chen, Amanda informed Julie she only said that to Andy to ensure his safety in the house. She wanted to let other house guests know that he had not voted for her. Little did she know, Andy did not vote for her, but voted along with the Exterminator alliance.
Once Amanda left the house, contestants moved immediately to the backyard, where they found another competition at the ready. This round of play determined who would be the new head of household. GinaMarie gave up her throne to McCrae, who played hard to be in charge for his first HOH of the season.
The fun didn’t stop there. The double eviction meant McCrae had to put up two nominees for eviction and within moments he knew who they would be. He asked GinaMarie and Elissa to take the empty seats.
Elissa stayed true to the new alliance she had with Amanda and McCrae. Amanda trusted Andy, Elissa and McCrae to vote for her and that would put her into the safety zone. Problem is that Andy had flopped like a fish to the other side of the river. He made a secret alliance with GM, Spencer and Judd, known as the Exterminators.
Andy voted to get rid of Amanda and keep Spencer.
The Power of Veto competition was a car race maze. Judd aced it and won the Power of Veto. Judd chose to keep McCrae’s nominations the way they were. Elissa and GM took the seats.
Judd thought Elissa was one of the contestants behind his first eviction. Within the few moments they had before the second eviction, Judd and Elissa argued over whether or not she was involved. Even with a convincing plea to Judd, and one or two house guests who stated they didn’t know anything about the plan to backdoor Judd, he still put Elissa up on the block. The Exterminators had already chosen to have Elissa go to jury. Elissa was voted out on the second round.
After the show, the live feeds went crazy. Discussions were focused on the last five players in the game. It was unanimous that the final five were definitely not the favorites. Fans were stating they couldn’t believe how boring the new contestants are, although that is generally the feeling each season. Once the game drops to only five contestants, the drama tends to end.
During last night’s live feeds, it became apparent that the house guests had another HOH competition that will not air until Sunday. Spencer was crowned HOH, giving him the first HOH of the season.
With Spencer in charge, the talk now is to get McCrae out on the next elimination. Following McCrae, the discussion was surrounding the idea of booting GM out of the house, leaving Spencer, Andy and Judd to create the final 3. However, this means that one of them is going to have to actually win something to put them in power. We’ll see how that turns out for them, although they definitely think they are now pretty powerful. Where was this sense of power when everybody needed them the most?