The double eviction episode of Big Brother 15 certainly shook things up a little bit. After Candice was predictably evicted, Aaryn won HoH and PoV and blindsided the audience when she backdoored Judd, sending him to the jury house with Candice.

This brings us to the Top 9 where, after the show ended and some time passed, the HGs played in the new HoH competition (Wednesday night they practiced rolling a ball down a plank). Just to clarify, this is the eighth HoH, but since we had a double eviction, I’ll be referring to this as week 7.

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Andy is the new HoH!

Well, at least he FINALLY won something. But it’s also terrible news for me.

Andy is fiercely loyal to Amanda and McCrae and will do whatever they want. The biggest problem for him is that he’s friends with everyone and now he has to actually do something. He’s been getting closer to Spencer and Jessie, he’s very tight with Helen and Elissa, and seems very loyal to Aaryn now that she’s done exactly what he and McCrae and Amanda wanted twice.

It will be curious to see how he handles being forced to make a decision. Putting up Jessie and GinaMarie seems like the obvious choice, and also the weakest one since it’s barely even a game move at this point. I’m sure he’ll try to be all silly and fabulous and act like this decision is so hard because his only strategy is not upsetting anyone. But more realistically, he’ll do whatever Amanda and McCrae tell him to do, because he’s their obedient little pet.

UPDATE: Just 30 minutes after the live feeds came back, Andy told Amanda that Jessie and Spencer will be the nominees, with GinaMarie as a potential replacement if one of them wins the PoV. If this comes to pass, it will be Spencer’s fifth nomination and Jessie’s fourth, while Andy, McCrae, Amanda and GinaMarie have never been nominated by another HG (since Amanda and GM’s noms were from America as MVP). Now I’m going to say this is another dull and predictable week, and at least one commenter is going to point out that I whine about that every week.

With Andy’s victory, Amanda is now the only person in the house who hasn’t won a competition. Also interesting is that he’s the first openly gay HG to win HoH since Kevin back in season 11.

The Have-Nots for the week were also chosen: Helen, Elissa, Aaryn and GinaMarie. Hooray, Aaryn is finally a Have-Not and now everyone in the house has been one. It’s also the third time for Elissa and Helen.

How do you feel about Andy winning and who do you think Amanda will tell him to nominate?

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