Keesha, what have you done?  The Big Brother nominations last night of Jessie and Angie were, to say the least, frustrating.  Jessie, fine, put him up and hope he seals his own fate.  Angie, however – come on, Keesha.  Angie and Keesha could and should be alliance members but, somehow, Keesha decided to blame Angie for Steven’s departure, even after Libra admitted that she wanted Steven gone.  I thought Keesha hated Libra.  At the very least, Libra is incredibly annoying and is willing to scream bloody murder in an old guy’s face.  So, Keesha, what the hell?  There is absolutely no legitimate reason Angie should be nominated.  None, yet she’s the favorite to go home on Thursday (the Big Brother live eviction has been moved from Wednesday to Thursday – spread the word).  Or is she?  Below, we will reveal the results of this week’s Power of Veto competition and ceremony. 


Keesha won the Power of Veto competition.  Good for her, right?  Sets everything up perfectly for her to backdoor Libra.  Or not.

Keesha opted not to use the Power of Veto.  NOOOOOO!!

From everything I’ve read, the consensus is that Jessie will be safe and that Angie is the likely one headed home.  Why this is, I have no idea.  You can’t read Keesha’s mind, though I’m not sure there’s much activity in there anyways.  If it’s only between Angie and Jessie, they should get rid of the nutty body builder who is physically capable of winning a bunch of challenges.  Also, he’s remarkably unlikable, and Angie isn’t. 

Keesha is enigmatic.  I kind of liked her earlier, but lately she has annoyed me.  Maybe, though, she’s playing a smart game.  Getting rid of Angie might be the path of least resistance in terms of how the other houseguests view her.  Big Brother fans like myself may not want to admit such a thing because it makes the game that much more frustrating, but I’m afraid its the truth.

-Oscar Dahl, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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Oscar Dahl

Senior Writer, BuddyTV