Frank and Kara are on the block, mainly because Willie is going after Boogie and Dan’s player. Frank wants to know why Willie betrayed him when he thought they had a deal, while Kara is devastated and worries she’s the next to go. Frank talked to Willie, who said this was simply done because Boogie is after him.
Britney and Janelle are still working together and trying to figure out who should go home. They are after Dan and Boogie’s players.
Ian showed off his useless talent one night, which was to kick himself in the face. This of course got everyone in the backyard laughing. He was playing a social game to get everyone to like him.
Players were drawn for the veto competition. Willie, Frank and Kara were playing as they are the HOH and the nominated. Danielle was drawn, who was on Kara’s team. Shane was picked, as was Wil. The host was to be JoJo.
Both Frank and Kara brown nosed Shane, as everyone seemed to think that he would be a shoe in to win this competition because he was such an athlete.
Boogie went to talk to Britney and feel her out, oh and say hello to her . . . on day six! He was sure she and Janelle had a “Blonde Ambition Alliance” going on. Britney was no fool, it took him six days to talk to her, let alone say hello, and she was insulted. Mike wanted to put Joe up if possible as a replacement nom . . . but he wanted to know if Janelle’s people were off limits? He was of course testing her. She said no, she is looking out for her people number one. However Britney knew Boogie was playing her, or trying to, and was laughing at him in her confessional. Britney ran to tell Janelle about their talk, and how Boogie was trying to subtly threaten her to make sure Joe is a replacement nomination . . . otherwise “the lines would be drawn.”
Boogie then went to Janelle and sold Dan out to her, trying to make some kind of deal with her as well should Dan lose another player this week. He was trying to paint a target on Dan’s players, as it would give her a 1 in 3 shot at winning if they got Dan out so soon. Janelle knew Boogie was just up to his old tricks, and like Britney, she wasn’t falling for it. Janelle then went straight to Dan to tell him that Boogie’s already sold him out!
The veto competition involved running down a slippery slope to a washing machine, having to find three types of coins amidst soap and clothes, and return them one at a time to a vending machine in order to total $1.30. In the end, Shane won the game and the veto.
Britney and Shane discussed the plusses of not using the veto. Britney felt it was best they not use it, it’s the first veto of the season. Shane wasn’t so sure, he might be able to make deals for himself if he used it. Boogie tried to talk game to Shane, warning him if Frank goes out this early, then Shane is the next physical target because both are in good shape.
Shane had a lot of decisions to make. The veto ceremony took place, and in the end Shane chose not to use the power of veto. He said this was the first week, it was in his best interest not to use it, and it was nothing personal.
Some Feed Spoilers Below!
I haven’t been watching the feeds a lot, or after dark. It was so dull the first few days, but seems to finally be picking up. I should start getting into it soon, I hope
There is now a rumor going around the house that the coaches will have another twist thrown at them, that they will eventually enter the game as players. Nobody knows yet how this will work. My guess is if a coach loses all his or her players, they enter the game? But then I guess wouldn’t the coaches want to get their players out? Hmmm . . . .
Britney feels like all the other coaches don’t respect her, especially the two boys.
Joe has painted a target on himself, it seems he’s rubbing people the wrong way. Also everyone seems to be on to the fact that Willie has deals with almost everyone in the house.