So far Big Brother 15
has a perfect record for using the Power of Veto. Every time someone
has come off the block and someone else has gone up. However, only two
people have actually been backdoored, Nick and Jeremy. The other
replacements have all been spared.SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 15 spoilers. Amanda is America's MVP nominee
. Jessie won the Power of Veto
Jessie saved herself and GinaMarie nominated Spencer.
Once again, the same people keep getting nominated. To date, Spencer, Candice and Elissa have all been nominated three times, while McCrae, Andy and Judd have never been on the block.
But it won't matter for Spencer, as Candice is pretty much a dead clown walking (in the PoV competition she was stuck having to wear a unitard designed to resemble Aaryn's creepy Clownie doll).Jessie once again tried to flip the house
and convince everyone that Amanda needs to go, and while Helen and Elissa were on board, no one else is willing to make the move. Helen approached Andy, who immediately ran to tell Amanda and McCrae all about it. They then secured Judd's loyalties and squashed this rebellion plot in short order.
Essentially, Andy and Judd seem 100 percent committed to their Goof Troop alliance with McCrae and Amanda, wanting to go all the way to the end with them. As far as I can tell, this pretty much ensures that McManda will be the final two, just like Evel Dick and Daniele Donato in season 8, but no one seems to care.
They also have deals with Aaryn and Spencer. As of now, Jessie, GinaMarie, Elissa and Helen are all expendable, with Helen quickly moving up the latter because she is obviously the strongest and smartest member of that quartet.
As I say every week at this time, it's another dull and predictable eviction on Big Brother 15
. Candice is gone and will be sent home during GinaMarie's HoH while wearing a unitard based on Aaryn's doll. I can't really think of anything more humiliating.
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