'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: Final Four Nominations and Power of Veto
'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: Final Four Nominations and Power of Veto
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
I was under the impression from what Julie Chen said on Thursday's show that this Tuesday we'd be seeing a live Power of Veto competition, but apparently that was a lie.  Natalie's pointless nomination ceremony has been held, and now the week's PoV competition also took place.  Continue reading for the results.

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains results from this week.


Natalie nominated Michele and Kevin, and then Kevin won the PoV.

As such, I'm ready to give up on this season.  I'll still watch, but the winner is almost certainly going to be someone I hate.  I have little doubt that Kevin will save himself, and then evict Michele, leaving Natalie, Kevin and Jordan as the final three.

It's not just that I dislike Kevin and Natalie as human beings, it's that they've played this game so obnoxiously.  Kevin tried his hardest not to do anything early on while Natalie was happy to hide behind Jessie, Chima, Lydia, Kevin and anyone else she could hide behind.  Yes, it turned out to be a successful strategy, but that doesn't mean it was a good or noble one.

This is compounded by the most annoying trait for any Brother HG: self-righteousness.  They whine and bitch whenever anyone isn't honest or trustworthy, while at the same time going back on their words and promising anything they can with no intention of following through.

With Michele almost certainly going home, I'm left with absolutely no one to root for.  I hate Natalie, I find Kevin endlessly annoying, and I think Jordan is one of the most vapid people I've seen on TV.  Luckily there isn't much left for this season.



-John Kubicek, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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