'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: Week 8 PoV Competition
'Big Brother 11' Spoilers: Week 8 PoV Competition
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Are there Big Brother fans who only watch the TV show and don't follow along online?  I'm not sure I can imagine such a person, because for them, they have no idea who won the Smores HoH competition.  For the people who do go online for Big Brother spoilers, you know who won the HoH, who was nominated, and now, we have the PoV competition results.

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains results not yet seen on TV.

As you know, Kevin won HoH and nominated Jeff and Michele.

Now Michele has won the Power of Veto.

This pretty much seals Jeff's fate.  Michele will take herself off and Kevin will almost certainly nominate Jordan in her place.  Then Michele and Natalie will probably vote to evict Jeff, and even if only one does, Kevin can tie break and evict Jeff.

I'm torn about this.  On the one hand, it is definitely the best possible move for Kevin, Natalie and Michele.  But on the other hand, if Jeff is evicted, then whoever wins Big Brother 11 will be a joke.

Natalie is a weak competitor who hid behind Jessie and the rest of her alliance.  Thus far, she has never won a single HoH or PoV competition.

Jordan hid behind Jeff and accomplished absolutely nothing on her own.  Her only tenure as HoH was a result of Jeff giving it to her.

Kevin was even weaker than her, standing in the middle the entire time, putting his head in the sand like an ostrich praying the two warring factions wouldn't notice him.  He was so scared to rile feathers that he didn't even use the PoV on his best friend and only true alliance in the house a few weeks ago.

Michele hasn't made a lot of moves in the house, but she's probably the only moderately worthy HG left to win.  She was HoH once (which was not a result of Jeff's help or absence) and with this week, she's now won three PoVs, giving her more competition wins than any other player this season.

But regardless, with Jeff's fate all but sealed, we're destined for a subpar winner.  Recent winners like Dan and Evel Dick showed that a brilliant strategy can succeed.  For Big Brother 11, it looks like the winner will be the person who was able to do the least.

-John Kubicek, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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