I am not even sure I want to have comments on for this post but I’ll leave them on. Feeds went down while the house was still sleeping, and apparently our favorite robot with the incredibly annoying voice paid a visit. No, not Elissa… but Zingbot! I’m sure we’ll be hearing the re-tells of what he said, and I’ll post them on the Saturday Update thread, but this is for the veto…
Amanda won the PoV this week, and there is a 100% chance she’ll be using it to save McCrae. If you’re wondering, the veto holder cannot go up as a replacement nom, so the absolute worst person (in Elissa’s eyes) to win it, won it.
Before this post fills with conspiracy theories, let’s watch the footage of the competition before we decide production had a hand in her winning. However, I’m going to give them the benefit of the doubt and say they didn’t.
So with that, rant away…..
Update: Sorry for taking so long to moderate the comments. As soon as I posted this, I had to run to the store which took a lot longer than I expected. Comments are up
PS – Someone asked in a comment about the PoV rule….
BBWiki – The Golden Power of Veto was introduced in the end of Big Brother 3. It was the final Veto used of the season. It has been used ever since then in all of the succeeding seasons. The Golden Power of Veto allowed the winner to veto a nomination from Nomination Block if they so desired, including themselves. The HOH would select the replacement nominee if the Veto was used. If a person not on the block wins the POV, they can then take a nominee down and be safe at the same time. Or they can choose to leave the nominations the same.