Big Brother 15
is a house very divided, with eight HGs on one side, four on the other
and two in the middle. But while some people have no luck, that doesn't
necessarily mean that they're Have-Nots. A new competition was held on
Friday to decide who will be a Have-Not for the week.SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 15 spoilers.
Amanda, McCrae, Jessie and Judd are the Have-Nots. It's like a double date!
This is Judd's second time as a Have-Not and the first time for the other three. Oddly enough, the only people who have never been Have-Nots (not counting Jeremy, who has a Never-Not pass) are people who are on the HoH's bad list: Spencer, Aaryn, Kaitlin and GinaMarie. I suppose that's a small consolation for the fact that they have no power and are going to be picked off one-by-one over the next few weeks.
The additional food for this week is Grapefruit and Guacamole.
Aside from the Have-Not competition, Friday is all about campaigning for this week's nominations. The plan seems to be to backdoor Jeremy by nominating Aaryn, Kaitlin and Howard (because Helen and her side assume they will get the MVP, which they obviously will).
While backdooring Jeremy seems like the plan, Helen has made a deal with him to keep him safe (though it appears to be a fake deal that she only made in case he gets picked to play for the Power of Veto and wins it). In exchange, Jeremy actually confessed to Helen about the Moving Company, basically outing Howard and Spencer as totally untrustworthy, confirming what Helen already suspected. He even told her about the votes from week 1.
Unfortunately for Jeremy, he wasn't the first. Shortly before he spoke with Helen, Amanda actually told her about the Moving Company (McCrae confessed to Amanda, Andy and Judd last night
). So Helen already knew, but I guess Jeremy gets some bonus points for honesty.
You know who doesn't? Howard. He eventually confessed to voting to evict Elissa this week to Helen, but he completely denied that he was working with Nick and being in an all-guys alliance. Helen was clearly trying to give him an opportunity to confess and prove he could be trusted, but he didn't. Candice is trying to stick up for Howard, saying he can still be with them, but Howard is making that impossible.
Will Helen uphold her deal with Jeremy, or is he going to get backdoored because he's a big strong man? Should Aaryn be the actual target this week because, in defeat, she proved herself to be even worse than before
? We'll find out as the weekend progresses, but the nominations later Friday night will reveal the first bit of information.
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