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Home / Big Brother 15 / Big Brother 15 – Surprisingly Calm Night In The House, For Now

Big Brother 15 – Surprisingly Calm Night In The House, For Now

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Production “slipped” the winner of MVP to us

Nominations were held yesterday, and being on the block is nothing new for Elissa already (guess that’s part of being in the family), so last night was a lot more relaxed than it could have been.  With Elissa holding the MVP title once again, it makes sense there wasn’t as much pressure as normally would be in this situation. The Aaryn Brotherhood may hold the power of the HoH, but the real power is in the numbers.  No matter what happens with the PoV today, Elissa has the numbers to stay in the house if they want to keep her, so putting up a Jeremy as the MVP is almost a no-brainer for her.

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Speaking of no-brain decisions, watching the Aaryn Brotherhood try to play the game is almost as bad as watching newbies face off against seasoned veterans.  Aaryn, GinaMarie, Jeremy and Dave are as dumb as rocks, and Kaitlin admitted that she never even heard of Big Brother before being recruited.  If those players were likable people, it would almost be a tragedy to see them form an alliance together, but their ignorance has given the viewers a common enemy.   (note: I hate lumping Kaitlin in with the ignorance, as I don’t think she’s actually said anything terrible, but she is guilty by association especially not stopping shitty remarks when she hears them)

Back to the game, today is the veto challenge, and also the reveal of who Elissa chose as the MVP Nominee.  That person will likely be Jeremy unless she had a list second change of heart, but I’m fairly certain he will be nominated.  That means when the PoV is over, regardless who wins, there is going to be a lot of tension in the house because another shot has been fired at their alliance.  Even if Jeremy is holding the Veto, they’ll know they’re powerless to prevent another one of them from going up (Kaitlin, GM, or Nick). Someone in the comments mentioned how the MVP has been karma this season, and I agree with that. I’d probably hate that twist if it were being used to send good people home, but so far it’s not.

Being Saturday, I may have some errands to run this afternoon, but I’ll try to keep you all updated as best I can via twitter or another live update thread on the blog.

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9 comments

  1. Comments (1)

    Team Ignorance just keeps getting dumber and dumber. Kaitlin is scared to death that if Jeremy gets put up by MVP then wins veto, she will be going up. Seems like the entire house is misinformed about who nominates the replacement when veto is used. They think MVP nominates, but it’s HOH, and Aaryn doesn’t have enough sense to tell Kaitlin that she (Aaryn) is not going to put her up. I love how Elissa is running the house and doesn’t even know it. Aaryn, Kaitlin, and Jeremy are all allowing her to control their every thought!

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      Actually, I may be wrong but I’m pretty sure that the MVP names the replacement if their nomination takes themselves off the block. Pretty sure Julie Chen explained that in the live show.

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        they did say last week that if either of McCrae’s nom came down he’d replace them and if Elissa’s came down she’d replace them. I’m about 99.9% sure Julie did state that.
        If the HOH replaced a MVP nom, what would be the point of the MVP nom in the first place. The the HOH in the end gets 3 noms??? that can’t be right.

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    Go Elissa!

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    I have an idea for a better cast next season (if there is a next one after this). They should have a celebrity season. But all the celebrities should be like on the same playing field. It wouldn’t be fair if you had someone, say, like Lady GaGa who has a HUGE fan base playing against someone like Ryan Seacrest who I don’t think really has a fan base. If they had a celebrity season it would also raise the ratings correct? I have a feeling the contestants would be people like Lance Bass, Ryan Seacrest and Torrie Wilson as opposed to Lady GaGa, Justin Timberlake, Tyra Banks and such. Well anyways yeah.

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    Just finished watching last night’s BBAD and have come to the conclusion that Helen wields a lot more power in the house than I originally gave her credit for. She is friends with Elissa and Elissa values her opinion on who she should nominate when she wins MVP, which happened for the second week in a row. Yep, this is definitely the Season of Karma.

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    I don’t think they “slipped” that Elissa got MVP again. I believe they wanted the audience to know….

  6. Comments (764)

    Looks like Nick got picked to compete in the POV competition. He also asked GM to confirm with the DR that if he wins it and uses it to take someone off the block that he, himself could be put up in their place. I’m predicting that Nick will win POV and as I predicted three days ago, that Jeremy will be going home next week.

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    Last week Julie said either the MVP or the HOH puts up the nominee if they get POV so if Elissa’s choice gets POV she gets to pick the replacement nominee!!!

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