I am in awe of you Big Brother live feed watchers.  I don’t know how you do it.  Granted, I’ve never tried it on my own.  I did watch about one hour of Big Brother: After Dark from a Cuban hotel last summer (definitely a surreal moment in my life), but I’ve never given the computer feeds a shot.  I don’t particularly have the time, but even if I did, I can’t see myself diving in.  To plop down the cash for live feed access takes a lot of commitment, and for this, I give you watchers big ups.  Without you, we wouldn’t have spoilers, sure, but most importantly CBS would be able to manipulate the action.  The live feed watchers keep Big Brother in check.  They force the network to present a fair and balanced account of the in-house action.  On Sunday, Heads of Household Joshuah and Sharon nominated Matt and Natale with Allison and Ryan.  To find out what went down in the Power of Veto competition and ceremony, keep on reading.

Big Brother 9 Spoilers: Week 4 Power of Veto

In the PoV competition, Matt and Natalie picked up a big-time victory.  Not that they were the favorites to be evicted.  That title rests on Ryan and Allison.  This is no fault of Ryan, who has been fairly quiet since his girlfriend Jen left the house.  Allison has rubbed a lot of people the wrong way, especially (and noticeably) Josh. 

In the PoV ceremony, Matt and Natalie used their power to take themselves off the block.  In response, Josh and Sharon put Sheila and Allison on the block.  This seemed the obvious choice, as James and Chelsia are in cahoots with Josh and Sharon.  This should create even more tension between the former fake lesbians Sheila and Allison.

-Oscar Dahl, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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Oscar Dahl

Senior Writer, BuddyTV