More thoughts, recaps, and analysis of the Sunday edition of CBS’s “Big Brother.”
(For part one of this article, please click here.)
Jenn is furious with Dan for not getting rid of Shane, and Shane knows Ian was supposed to be the target. Dan thinks he’s in trouble, because if either of them talks to Ian, Dan’s sunk.
Danielle tells Shane that she was the one who saved him from Dan. Meanwhile, Dan tries to do some damage control, since he can’t play in the Power of Veto competition.
Ian: I walk outside and I see tons of props from old games that we had all played in the Big Brother house. I see a sign that says “Memory Lane,” and I thinking this is good, because I have a photographic memory.
Now that’s something Ian probably hasn’t volunteered to everyone else, but it explains a lot.
The Veto competition involves remembering what day certain events happened on, and as Danielle feared, Ian is really good at it. Ian and Shane go to a tiebreaker for the HoH, and Ian wins it. Everyone agrees that means trouble.
Ian pulls a Dan move, and goes into one of the rooms to celebrate into the camera. He knows he’s putting up Jenn, but he’s thinking about putting up Dan to cover his tracks with their “New Renegades” alliance. Dan thinks it over, and suggests Jenn and Shane.
Ian goes to his HoH room and finds another Pandora’s Box. The note says it would be a message from someone who loves him, and Ian opens up the box. However, the message isn’t from his parents, it’s from Rachel (from Big Brother 12 and 13).
Ian: All of a sudden I hear this screeching voice, and I think…that’s not mom.
Meanwhile, the rest of the house gets messages from home, Shane gets one from his sister, Jenn from her mom, Danielle from her sister, and Dan from his wife. In the HoH room, Rachel gives Ian advice on winning Big Brother, which mostly involves clothes and her fiancé Brendan.
Ian calls the four players in for the nomination ceremony, and he puts up Shane and Jenn.
The Power of Veto ceremony has already been held, for the spoilers on who wins, please click here. Click here for my article on the Summer of Dan, and why he’s already in the money.
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