It was a no surprises Live Eviction show on Big Brother 14 last night. With a choice between Joe and Wil, no one was waiting with baited breath. The vote was 6-2 for Wil to be evicted. Ashley and Jenn voted to evict Joe and keep Wil. Except for the night of his birthday, Wil was pretty quiet in the BB house. I really feel having coaches in the beginning messed up his game. I think he would have tried to form an alliance much earlier if he didn't have Janelle whispering in his ear the whole time.
Julie played a game where she asked questions of the HG's about current events. It's something we don't think about much when watching Big Brother. What would it be like to live somewhere for months without any outside input--no TV, Internet, phone? When the house guests come out of Big Brother, it must be quite an overload of information.
CBS clearly plugged itself when it featured an interview between Jeff Shroeder and Julie Chen. Jeff the cutie who has been on Big Brother twice is now working for CBS.com doing post-eviction interviews. He and his Big Brother housemate Jordan have recently moved to Los Angeles. Jeff seems to have his sights set on TV. Jeff prompted Julie to ask the question he hears at least once a day...when is he proposing to Jordan. He says Jordan has given him a deadline of his birthday which is June 5th. I'm not sure if they ever actually lived together before now. It's one thing to have a long distance relationship, quite another to live together. At times, Jeff can be pretty abrasive with Jordan and I remember it bothering a lot of Big Brother fans. Jordan seems to take it in stride. I don't think we've seen the last of these two.
Last night's HOH competition was considered an endurance. I think that just means it lasts longer than the end of the show. The HG's have to fill a tiny cup with liquid, slide across a slippery, downhill path and place the liquid in a container. Brittany mentioned Crisco shortening as the substance they were sliding on. During the show, America was given a chance to vote on whether they wanted one of the containers to be a $10,000 prize or a Have Not Exemption for the remainder of the game. America was able to vote through hash tags on Twitter. Hmm, does this remind anyone of The Glass House? America chose the $10,000 prize. This meant that the HG's had a choice of three containers to put their liquid in. The smallest container was Safety for the week. The second sized container was the $10,000 prize. The third and largest container was for HOH. At the beginning of the competition, Shane, Ian and Danielle were trying for HOH. Brittany, Ashley, Jenn, Dan and Joe were all trying for safety. Frank Boogie was the only HG to choose the $10,000 prize container. I bet you have some comments about that!
I'm going to end the blog here. Later on tonight, I'll update the blog with all the spoilers. If you want to know now what happened, check out the comment section of the previous blog. This is just fair warning that the next blog will include SPOILERS. Talk to you later...Bloggergal
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