Eviction Night: Shelly vs. Brendon
The week that was... Brendon returned to
the house after ousting Lawon in a battle for your life... Daniele got
HOH... She nominates Shelly and Adam for eviction... Adam wins the veto
and takes himself off... Brendon is back on the block... and Shelly is
back against the wall, as Brendon is set to go home this week.
All this, and Jordan in a Humilitard as
we enter... DAY 48.
Shelly has been exposed finally as the
floater among floaters, and Jeff & Jordan must choose their alliances
carefully, because two of their friends are now back on the block.
Kalia's HOH was admittedly a disaster, so now up comes the cleanup crew.
Brendon and Rachel head to the
kiss-and-cry, aka the Have Not Room.
Shelly and Daniele put their faith in the
vote, knowing that they have the numbers to send Brendon packing...
again. That doesn't stop Brendon from campaigning to Rachel and Adam.
His main arguing point: women win HOH, men win POV, and as long as he's
in the house, everyone's a target. The only benefit of keeping Brendon
in the house... he's a bigger target. Rachel lobbies to Porsche. Jeff
has to choose between a bigger target or a better ally. Jeff's going to
have to look at this week as a turning point, so he must choose wisely.
Meanwhile... Shelly decides that she needs to pick-a-side. Daniele is
willing to beg, borrow, and BS her way into Jeff & Jordan's graces.
Jordan is hoping that Rachel will not force a tiebreaker, because then
she'd be a bigger target. But it was Jeff, there would be no question.
"Worst alliance ever." Yep. And here comes Jeff to defend his woman's
honor, you know... something Brendon couldn't do.
ATTENTION, HOUSEGUESTS! YOU ARE LIVE ON
CBS; PLEASE DO NOT SWEAR.
During her 24 hours in solitary
confinement, Shelly did get a phone call from home from Big Brother.
That was originally Jordan's, but she gave it up, and in return, she
got.. the Humilitard. Brendon got back into the house because, and this
is what he's thinking, he's fighting to stay together with Rachel. She's
ready to fight as well.
Meanwhile, we officially enter the third
phase of the game. With every eviction, the jury of seven grows by one.
Tonight's evictee will be the first.
So what does Shelly's husband and
8-year-old daughter think about her mom playing the game? Shelly was
voted homecoming queen. Betcha didn't know that. As for her daughter...
well, she misses her. She's wondering what she's doing, because she's
going to get herself kicked off. "Be careful, missy. I got my eyes on
you." She also says that she needs to stop lying and pick a side. Wow.
Eight years old and already she GETS IT.
EVICTION VOTE #6
Shelly and Brendon are not going to be
able to vote, and HOH Daniele will only vote as a tiebreaker.
The vote to evict is four.
Rachel: "Unlike the other cowards in this
house, I choose to evict SHELLY and go against the house."
That's four, that's enough. By a
vote of 5-1, BRENDON VILLEGAS has been evicted. AGAIN.
HOH COMPETITION #7: All Washed Up
Fill your cup with liquid soap as
possible until you can get at a ping-pong ball. First person to grab it
grabs the win, BUT be careful, because it's a slippery road to the HOH
And after Julie does her best Marc
Summers impersonation... we get started... by adding some more foam.
See how this HOH competition ends on
Showtime 2 tonight, on CBS Sunday.
... and next Thursday... a week's worth
of Big Brother in ONE NIGHT.
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