Ahhh, it’s good to be home. I’m sure I’ll be going back up soon, but at least not until after the Big Brother season so I won’t have to leave you guys hanging for so long.
This week two things are certain…
a) Spencer will finally not go on the block
b) McCrae is the #1 target
McCrae’s new goal in life is to win PoV, HoH, PoV, etc, etc until the final 2. If he fails to do that, he’ll be in the jury house and there will be a solid chance of GinaMarie sitting next to Spencer in the finals. Sure, Judd or Andy can be there as well, but they have far more friends in the jury house, and I doubt anyone will choose them to sit next to them in the finals. McCrae, Andy and Judd will have to win their way to the final 2 if they want a shot at $500k because there will be no easy rides.
Speaking of easy rides, at this point in the season, you really have to hand it to Andy. Everyone is calling him a rat and a snake, but he is taking pages directly from the Ian Terry playbook and that guy was a huge fan favorite. Both of them floated their way to the finish, and they hid behind bigger targets for most of the season. Ian got to hide behind the bigger target all the way to the final 2, while Andy decided to vote his meatshield out on day 77.
Andy was cruising through this game doing a brilliant job at remaining friends with people as they went to the jury house, and then the big decision had to be made. Should he stick by his original alliance or join the new one… Ian chose the former (even if it meant potentially losing to Dan), while Andy chose the latter, and that is why Andy will see a place Ian never did – the jury house.
While Andy seemed to have good logic during his goodbye message to Amanda, the problem is the same logic applies to his current alliance. Like I mentioned above, Andy is well liked, and the exterminators know this as well. While he would have had to win his way into the f2 over Amanda and McCrae, he’s going to have to do the same vs Spencer, Judd or GinaMarie. The big difference is, instead of sitting next to a hated Amanda, he managed to piss off at least 3 jury members and counting by this move.
I don’t know why I started rambling about Andy, probably because he’s suddenly being called all types of nasty things, but really he played a solid game until last night. It may have been a ‘behind the scene floater style’, but it put him in an excellent position until last night.
Anyway, nominations are today and McCrae will be going up. I am not sure who it will be against, but it really doesn’t matter. They may as well literally put a pawn piece on the chair next to McCrae because it has a better shot at going to the jury than Judd, Andy or GM.