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Big Brother 15 – Andy Playing A Risky Game

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After what was an incredibly slow Sunday in the Big Brother house, it’s finally time to get some action.  By action, I mean feeds cut for about an hour or so until we find out that Andy didn’t use the power of veto and nominations will remain the same.  It hasn’t happened yet, but don’t worry, it will.

Speaking of, one thing about being a blogger/feed watcher is how different the cast comes off in the diary room versus reality.  Last night on Big Brother, Andy was in the DR talking about how he’s glad to be HoH and how he needs to make a big move or whatever.  I don’t remember word for word, just that he’s here to play then made a weak/safe move as HoH.  This isn’t a knock on Andy, a lot of people seem to have a DR personality and a real personality.  Nick was huge for that, Judd is another, and Dan (last season) was one of the biggest.   They’re super quiet in the house, then they get on camera and suddenly start talking like a radio DJ.

Andy is playing a dangerous game right now because as we also seen, the entire house thinks of him as his friend.  While that’s great in some cases, it’s not so great all the time in Big Brother.  There are going to be 9 people who are in there either directly or indirectly because of their supposed ‘friend’.  This is what makes a bitter jury because I’m sure it would be pretty painful to get close with a bunch of people and all of the sudden they just turn on you.  That hurts, whether in game or not.  Look at Judd’s reaction after he got on the block, and how painful the whole situation was.

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The entire house is currently telling both Jessie and Spencer they’re safe this week, so that will be back to back people who are surprised as they are talking to Julie.  At least Candice knew she was going home and had time to prepare, but when you tell someone they’re safe all week and then punch them in the gut on eviction night, they typically don’t forget it.  Survivor fans will get this reference, but it reminds me of the style Amanda Kimmel played when she would evict someone and then give them puppy dog eyes as they entered tribal as a jury member.  Nobody bought it and she never won, will the same be said about Andy’s good guy routine?

The PoV meeting should be sometime this early afternoon, so I will create a post when that is complete.  If the veto is used, I’ll be completely surprised.

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