Being a Have-Not on Big Brother 15 doesn’t really matter all that much. For the first three weeks, GinaMarie, Kaitlin, and Aaryn have avoided being forced to eat slop and sleep in airplane seats, but it hasn’t prevented them from being targets. Instead, it just makes people resent them even more. So who are the Have-Nots for week 4?

'Big Brother 15' Spoilers: The Week 4 Have-Nots

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains Big Brother 15 spoilers.

Andy, Candice, Jessie, and Spencer are the Have-Nots for this week. They have additionally been given Macaroni and Mangoes to enjoy. Having pasta is certainly gonna make everything a lot easier.

This marks the third time Andy is a Have-Not (he was off last week), the second week in a row for Jessie (who now won’t get to spend all week in the HoH bed with Judd like she did last night), the second week for Candice and the first time for Spencer.

Meanwhile, Aaryn, Kaitlin, and GinaMarie remain the only HGs who have never been a Have-Not. It’s funny how that works out. It pays to be mean.

Thus far, the Have-Not room has actually been a good place to be, as it solidifies alliances and builds trust among people. In week 1 it helped bring Elissa, Helen, and Howard together through faith. In week 2, it allowed Helen, Candice, and Elissa to put their heads together to figure out that there was a boys’ alliance. And last week, the duos of Amanda and McCrae and Judd and Jessie were all united.

This week, it just might bring a disparate group of people together. Spencer and Candice both have close ties to Howard, and maybe this will let them bond as well to form a solid trio. It could also help Andy get in good with some people he doesn’t seem to have the strongest alliances with. He’s already close to Helen, Elissa, Judd, McCrae, Amanda, and Kaitlin, so maybe this week he’ll rebuild his relationship with Spencer while connecting with Jessie and Candice.

There are also nominations for worry about Friday evening. The current plans seem to be for Kaitlin and GinaMarie to go up, with hopes of having Elissa nominate Aaryn (or maybe Spencer) to either evict them or backdoor someone else like Howard. Or maybe Judd is just saying things people want to hear while keeping his eye on Kaitlin as the primary target.

It’ll be interesting to see how the house reacts when Elissa keeps denying that she’s this week’s MVP since all of the plans are based around whether or not she will do what they want her to do.

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