'Big Brother 14' Spoilers: Who Won the Week 3 Power of Veto?
'Big Brother 14' Spoilers: Who Won the Week 3 Power of Veto?
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Shane won the first Power of Veto competition on Big Brother 14. Then he won the second one. Is it finally time for someone else to win, or did Shane continue his one-man domination of this game?

SPOILER WARNING: Thie article contains Big Brother 14 spoilers.

Shane nominated Joe and Ashley for eviction.

Shane won the Power of Veto

Seriously, this is just getting a little insane how good he is at the competitions. Not only has he won all three PoVs, but he also kind of won two of the three HoHs (he was a part of the team that won the first week). In other words, Shane has won five out of the six competitions so far. At this point, the rest of the house will definitely take him out the moment he DOESN'T win the Veto.

And it gives him all the power. While I'm sure Janelle's team will try their hardest to get him to backdoor Frank, I don't see that happening, Shane may not fully trust Boogie and Frank, but he DEFINITELY doesn't trust Janelle or her players.

It's unclear what the competition was (most likely physical since the HGs were given shoes). It sounds like Ashley did quite well and Joe was out almost immediately.

This win also fast tracks Shane to the list of the best players ever. Only eight other people have ever won three PoVs in a single season, a list that includes Janelle and his own coach, Britney. And he's only the second person to win three in a row (Crazy James Zinkand did it in season 9). But that's not all good news, because of those eight people who won three or more PoVs in a single season, NONE went on to win the game.

Anyway, Frank, Wil and Danielle were also chosen to play and Jenn got to host (so at least we know she'll be on TV at least once this week). The HGs were given new shoes .

There has been quite a lot of campaigning in the past 24 hours since the nominations. Here are some of the most important factors.

-Janelle was coaching her team very hard, and by coaching, I mean telling them exactly what to say and what to do. She wanted her players to go up to Shane and say there are no hard feelings about the nominations and they still want to work with him and take out Boogies team, laying the groundwork for backdooring Frank.

-However, it was clear Janelle's team doesn't believe this, and Wil refused to go up because he admitted he wasn't very good at the "lying" portion of the game. He hates being disingenuous and two-faced, and that's EXACTLY what Janelle is telling him to do.

-The funny/infuriating part is how much Janelle and her team make fun of other people for being so rude and awful and negative. In particular Janelle has expressed how much she HATES Frank and how she hated having to suck up to him last week.

-Equally funny is that Janelle is talking about what a liar and a dirty player Boogie is, when in reality she's the one telling her team to lie while Boogie is telling Frank not to lie to Shane.

-Wil has drunk the Kool-Aid about 20 times over, even referring to Joe, Ashley and Janelle as "my players." More than anyone else, he is not playing his own game. Wil has basically become Janelle's Avatar in the game, playing on her behalf.

-Danielle's allegiances are somewhat questionable. She basically guaranteed Janelle's team that she would save one of them if she won the Power of Veto.

-But Danielle is also cozying up to Shane, and their flirtation is definitely getting a lot stronger with a ton of HoH room cuddling.

-Jenn and Ian don't even seem to be a part of the discussion. It's amazing how uninvolved they've been in the game thus far.

-Finally, Janelle is telling Wil that she's pretty certain the coaches are entering the game this Thursday (either she's a good guesser or production is being a little loose-lipped in the diary room). Obviously she's already trying to rally her team to protect her.

-This twist is really hat makes everything this week so hilarious, because all of these deals about next week and the future are utterly pointless because if/when the coaches enter the game, EVERYTHING changes.

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