BWW Recap: HOH Competition Gets Slippery
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November 08, 2016
It didn't take long once Nicole reentered the game for her to become the target again in the "Big Brother" house. Donny, who has practically been on the block all summer, realized his only hope was relying on "Team America" to save him, even though that alliance seems to have gone down the drain as well.
While there was some consideration of sending Nicole home Cody realizes that Donny is a huge player in the game and it would be smarter to send him home now. Though it seemed inevitable that she would be safe, a paranoid (yet precious) Nicole whispered with Derrick about the chances of her going, and how coming back into the game "feels weird." Derrick reassured her she had nothing to worry about, as the house wanted Donny gone.
While sunbathing (which they apparently spend a good deal of time doing in the "Big Brother" house) Nicole and Christine exchanged apologies about the prior drama that happened between the two of them. An eavesdropping Frankie heard the conversation and started to question if Donny was the right houseguest to evict. During their own bromantic version of sunbathing (told you they all do it a lot) Frankie brought up the idea of keeping Donny in the house to Derrick.
After having the bug planted in his ear earlier from Frankie about fliping the vote, Caleb started debating the pros and cons of keeping Donny in the house for another week, and sending Nicole out the door once again to Derrick. The biggest question now is, do they have the votes to keep Donny in the game?
Frankie seems to think his "play," which was actually a "Team America" mission, was more exciting than it was. In fact, it wasn't exciting at all as American gave them an overwhelming no. Hey Frankie, you probably should have listened to ole Donny boy! There was a really sweet moment during the pre-eviction questions with Julie Chen as the houseguests were all treated to videos from their family and friends. Of course, CBS wasted no opportunity to feature Frankie's famous sister.