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Tonight’s Big Brother episode on CBS will be the MVP/PoV competition, but you’re probably tuning in to see what’s happened since the veto ceremony. Honestly, not a whole lot this week. Compared to last Thursday night, the house has been very calm and quiet. People are actually getting along and having fun. Helen had a nail painting party, and tonight on the live feeds, she’s going to host some fake talk show similar to The View or The Talk. It’s pretty funny listening to them talk about what to do, Helen wants to keep it lighthearted while Candice wants to slam people with game related questions, especially asking about the mattress flip.
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Speaking of Candice, it appears a new showmance has been blooming the past few days. I think it was Thursday morning I noticed Candice and Howard sleeping together, and looking very close at that. They have been pretty friendly since, but it appears they’re not really going to hide it much longer. Personally I think it’s a mistake because that just puts a target on your back (ask Dave, Nick and Jeremy), but that’s just my opinion. The only real showmance that has a shot at going far in the game is Amanda and McCrae, and that’s only because they lay together and talk game pretty much all night every night. They are extremely dangerous, and if they don’t go home soon, I predict one of them will win it.
Regarding the eviction ceremony tomorrow, there have been a bunch of small attempts to save Jeremy, but right now it’s pretty much set in stone that he’ll be talking to Julie Chen tomorrow night. I was wondering if there would be a late week push to keep him, similar to Elissa last week, but McCrae mentioned they have no intention of keeping him. Jeremy has upset too many people and it’s not worth campaigning to keep him because it puts a target on their back. That said, Jeremy still does have 2 guaranteed votes in his favor, but finding the other 3 will be next to impossible.