'Big Brother 14' Spoilers: Who Is the Week 7 Have-Not?
'Big Brother 14' Spoilers: Who Is the Week 7 Have-Not?
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
This week on Big Brother 14 there is only one Have-Not. Who is it and what food did America choose to give him or her?

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 14 spoilers.

Dan is the Have-Not for the week. He gets to eat Mozzarella and Matzo. It's not quite as good as getting some type of fish, but, as Ian points out, it does mean Dan can try to make his own mini-pizzas. A Matzo-rella pizza sounds delicious.

It sounds like Dan volunteered, though I suspect the new HoH (Frank) got to pick the Have-Not for the week, and Dan knew it was going to be him no matter what. This marks his first time ever as a Have-Not since Dan never had to do it on season 10.

And it's obvious the narrative for this week is going to be Dan's struggle. Frank has made it very clear that he blames Dan for everything that happened last week and Frank wants him out (despite Frank's heat-of-the-moment claims that Shane moved up to his number one spot).

Since Dan is a stand-up guy, he's also refusing to throw Ian totally under the bus regarding the Quack Pack. For now, Frank is seemingly going along with the notion that Ian was duped at the last minute by Dan's magical powers of influence. However, Danielle has told Jenn all about Ian and the Quack Pack, so it might be a matter of time before someone spills the beans.

For now, Frank has made it abundantly clear that he is 100 percent locked in on nominating Dan and Danielle, and if Dan wins the Power of Veto, Danielle will be his target, much the same way the HGs just got rid of Frank's closest allies. We'll find out later Friday if Frank sticks to this plan.

So, unfortunately, we could be in store for another dull week of Frank as HoH. The last time he was HoH everything was locked in early and the plan never changed (Joe and Wil as the nominees with Wil as the target). The result was the most painfully boring week of the season.

Dan's only hope of survival is winning the Power of Veto, which he could do. We have no idea what he's capable of because Dan has not played in a single PoV competition this entire season.

If he doesn't win, his days are numbered. Odds are Britney and Shane would vote to keep Danielle, as would Jenn. Joe and Ian might be pliable, but I doubt it.

So now we're in for a week full of Dan reading the Bible in the Have-Not room, seeking spiritual power to help him win and stay in this game. And, on the flip side, we'll have to deal with an entire week of Danielle crying. But I suppose there's nothing new about that.

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