For the past three weeks, the Power of Veto has been used to cause some major damage on Big Brother 14
Last week Janelle was backdoored, and the week before that, Frank was
backdoored with the intention of evicting him. Did the trend continue
SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 14 spoilers.
Frank won the Power of Veto
Not all titles featured on BuddyTV are available through Amazon Prime.
. He did NOT use it.
This might not be too shocking, but there was a last-minute scramble to potentially use the Power of Veto.
Late Sunday night Wil and Ashley talked to Frank to try and get him to use the Power of Veto to backdoor Dan, which would've been a huge move. And given what we've seen of Frank's desire to target him, he seemed quite receptive to the idea.
However, following the talk both Ian and Boogie had extensive talks with Frank to convince him NOT to backdoor Dan. Obviously they have their own motives (Ian is in the Quack Pack while Boogie wants to work with Dan until the end). But their points were valid, namely that it's too early to turn on Dan and it would only put a giant target on Frank's back.
In the end, Frank actually told Dan about Ashley and Wil's plot while Ian immediately told Britney and Danielle. Now is where the fun begins, because Wil and Ashley (and Joe and Jenn) should now realize that Frank and Boogie are working with Dan and his team, because that's the only reason they can see for Frank not going through with this plan.
Hopefully this failed plot to backdoor Dan will create some drama, because this week has been pretty darn boring. The last two weekends saw major fireworks (Wil's drunken birthday party and the formation of the Silent Six), but this weekend was all about playing poker and charades.
Who would you rather go home, Wil or Joe? And remember to tune in Wednesday for the greatest episode of the season as the Zingbot returns (and it sounds like the woman in the Zingbot suit fainted during the PoV competition, which hopefully will be shown).(Image courtesy of CBS)