More thoughts, recaps, and analysis on CBS’s “Big Brother” show for Sunday, featuring the week three eviction nominations.
(For part one of this article, please click here.)
For the Coaches Competition, there’s a set of gym equipment set up in the back yard. They’ll have a competition called “Feel The Burn” where even if they lose, they get to open a locker and possibly win something. Britney loses round one and opens a locker to find a sock that says “Slop,” so she has to pick two people for the Have Nots. Ian volunteers again, and she also picks Joe.
Ian’s strategy of always taking slop is a little bit crazy, but really not that bad of an idea. He’s not been thought of as dangerous yet, he’s flying completely under the radar and actually doing the rest of the house a service. By the time he gets a target on his back, he might be deep enough into the show to win it.
Boogie is out in round two, and wins ten grand cash to split between himself and two other players. He takes the $6000, Ian gets $3000, and Jenn gets $1000. Ian, a student who really needs the money, gets a little sniffly.
The final competition is a tongue competition, and Janelle absolutely pulverizes him. Dan’s locker gives him and five players a sushi party, and he takes the coaches, Shane as HoH, and his player Danielle. Dan takes the coaches so they can’t be talking strategy with their players while the party is going on.
Janelle saves Wil from eviction this week, which takes away Shane’s strategy.
By the way, that might have been the dirtiest competition in Big Brother history. They used their pelvis, hips, and tongue in a competition more suited for Cinemax After Dark than for Big Brother. Watch that competition with the sound turned down and some 70‘s music in the background, and see what I mean.
Janelle and Joe go to the HoH room to talk to Shane and Britney, and offer protection for next week. Shane says he’ll think about it. Boogie also comes to try and protect Frank. Britney is in favor of putting up one player from Boogie and one from Janelle, to keep the teams from joining up.
Shane makes his nomination evictions for the week, and picks Ashley and Joe, both from Team Janelle. In the Diary Room, Ashley cries about it, while being on the block somehow makes Joe get quieter. Well done.
For spoilers on the winner of the Power of Veto competition, click here.
— Reid Kerr wonders if Dan will win anything this season. Follow Reid on Twitter or subscribe to him on Facebook and yell at him.