'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: Week 3 PoV Ceremony Results
'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: Week 3 PoV Ceremony Results
I'm almost ready to give up on Big Brother this season.  I love the show as a concept, but this season, more than any other, I'm becoming more and more disenfranchised every week.  It started with Jessie entering the house as HoH and evicting Braden thanks to Ronnie's double cross.  It continued with Ronnie as HoH refusing to backdoor Russell like everyone wanted and instead targeting Laura.  And it continued this week with Jessie as HoH again.

So why am I so freaking ticked off?  Continue reading to find out.

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains results of the Big Brother 11 Power of Veto competition and ceremony.

As you already know, Michele won the PoV and she took herself off the block.  So Ronnie's replacement nominee is...Casey.

Yes, Casey is being backdoored, and there's absolutely nothing he can do.  Just like Laura last week, all he can do is resign himself to his fate, that he has been evicted by a bunch of bullies.

It's not that Jessie and his band of idiots outsmarted Casey, because there's nothing Casey could've done to prevent this.  It's like when an asteroid is heading to Earth, only there's no Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck to save us.

The truth is that when idiots join forces and gain power, there's very little to stop them from destroying everything good in the world.  Just look at the Bush administration.  Right now Jessie, Natalie, Ronnie and Russell are the four horsemen of the apocalypse, and since they've been in power every week, the only thing that can save you is winning the PoV.

So this week, Casey is going home, no question.  Now we all just have to pray that Jeff or Michele, or even Lydia or Kevin win HoH, and there's a good possibility that the jocks will finally be targeted.

Those who ignore Big Brother history are doomed to repeat it.  I guess letting the jock clique stay in tact is just their way of repeating what happened when father and daughter Dick and Danielle Donato were allowed to skate by every week.  Just look how that turned out.

-John Kubicek, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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