Little do the house guests know, but on Aug. 22, 2013, those they evicted and sent to jury – Candice, Judd, and Jessie – will compete to get back inside the house along with the cast member who is evicted tonight during “Big Brother’s” live eviction episode.
As Head of Household this week, Aaryn had placed Elissa and Helen on the block, however, in a show of valiant athletic prowess, Elissa overpowered all those playing for the Power of Veto and won it for herself. This has spared her from possible eviction and Spencer was nominated in her place.
Nevertheless, since Amanda, who seems to have everyone in the house cowering beneath her, wants Helen gone, it is likely these house guests, with the exception of Elissa, will all do her bidding.
Mixed with the offensive racial comments and distasteful homophobic quips, this season of “Big Brother” has been difficult to watch, as it is filled with what some have called the most vile and boring cast ever.
Namely, Aaryn has made a number of racist statements, prompting her modeling agency to drop her; Gina Marie was fired by the pageant organization she was employed with for similar remarks; Spencer has been publicly chastised by his employer for several gay-related comments; and a montage of Amanda repeatedly saying disgusting things regarding race, sexual preference, and developmental disabilities was publicized on YouTube.
My San Antonio calls Aaryn a “gutless bore” and Amanda “the house bully,” while Big Brother Access writes Amanda is “really, really scary!”
View video: WARNING! Explicit Language – Montage of Amanda Zuckerman Making Offensive Comments in ‘Big Brother’ House
Unfortunately, it looks like Helen will be leaving the house when Amanda’s boy toy pizza delivery guy, McCrae, should be worried about his safety. He professes to be a fan of the show, but on screen appears to be a whimpering, whipped, lackluster player who cannot think for himself and does solely what Amanda wants. Although it’s tough to admit, but bully or not, Amanda has played the game and somehow placed fear into the hearts of the other guests, while McCrae seems to just be along for the ride. This conjures up a horrific scenario: if “McCranda” makes it to the final two, Amanda will likely be the big winner.
Hopefully, whoever returns to the house will shake things up and make some big moves, which has yet to happen in this sad and disturbing season of “Big Brother.”
CBS’ “Big Brother” airs Wednesdays and Sundays at 8 pm ET, and Thursdays at 9 pm.
For diehard fans of the show, TVGN airs “Big Brother After Dark” on a nightly basis, which is a live, inside look at what goes on in the “Big Brother” house as it happens.