'Big Brother 14' Spoilers: Joe Picks a Side, Ashley and Ian Cry
'Big Brother 14' Spoilers: Joe Picks a Side, Ashley and Ian Cry
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Things got very, very heated in the Big Brother 14 house Tuesday night as lies were exposed, tears were shed and a decision was made about who's going home this week.

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 14 spoilers.

Frank won the Power of Veto, saved himself, and Jenn is the replacement nominee.

After a lot of hemming and hawing, Joe finally told Frank that he will NOT be voting to keep Boogie.

Ever since the Veto ceremony, Frank and Boogie have been working to get Joe's vote. They have Ashley in their back pocket and they assume they have Ian (they have no idea whatsoever that Ian is the one who betrayed them). They tried selling Joe on an alliance with them, primarily based on the fact that he will be fifth on the totem pole if he joins Dan, Danielle, Britney and Joe.

Joe's ultimate decision, however, is a good one. He might be fifth on the totem pole, but Joe thinks that, if he makes it to the final five, then Britney, Shane, Dan and Danielle could turn on each other and he could slide through. Joe explained to Frank and Frank and Boogie are a lot closer than anyone else in the house and there would be no way to come between them.

Joe also doesn't really trust Ashley or Ian, so why would he want to be in an alliance with them, Frank and Boogie? Joe was surprisingly well-reasoned in his honest upfront explanation to Frank about why this decision is best for his game.

Of course the drama of the night didn't end there. Jenn spent the majority of the night camped out in the HoH room with Shane, Dan, Danielle, Britney and Joe, with Joe telling her all about how Ashley was campaigning against her.

After Joe told Frank about his vote, Ashley came upstairs to talk to Jenn, resulting in Jenn telling her to "Suck it!" That, naturally, led to Ashley crying and Jenn quickly made up with her.

Also crying was Ian, who was upset about Boogie going home (it's basically the same emotional meltdown Britney had when she had to vote out Janelle). Of course Ian still seems loyal to the Quack Pack, but his tears only made Frank believe that Ian is with him even more strongly.

UPDATE: Wednesday morning the HGs were locked together in the HoH room and Boogie took the time to address everyone, saying that he heard what happened and it's just a game, so he doesn't want it to get awkward or ugly or have people cry. That's right, Boogie took the high road.

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