After Dan won the power of veto in Big Brother 14 Episode 24, he saved Jenn just for show, pitting Joe against Frank on the block. Tonight is another double eviction night.
Frank’s sixth nomination of the season is looking like his last. Trusting Dan seems to have come back to bite him in the butt, but I’m not sure it really matters because Frank was going to be a target regardless, as usual.
Dan is under the impression he’s added Jenn as an ally. Wonder how she’ll feel when you get rid of her biggest ally. The only potentially useful emotion she’ll feel is solitude, as the concept of trust has to be off the table.
Dan’s main concern, which he accidentally expresses to Frank, is Joe winning HOH. Joe’s the only person he doesn’t have a deal to the end with, and nobody else seems to want to get rid of Dan no matter how much of a threat he is. It would take a miracle, but in this show any idiot can win some of these competitions. Joe tells him he’d nominate Shane and Danielle because you have to break up that couple (of sorts), but the reality is he’d put up Dan and whoever’s on his side.
30 minutes later, Joe starts repeating the conversation he just had to Dan. He thinks he’s talking to Shane. Lucky for him, Dan tells him who he’s talking to before he gets very far. If Dan just let him talk, he could have gotten the real scoop.
By a vote of 3-1, Frank has been evicted from the Big Brother house. He departs quickly, saying goodbye only to Jenn.
The HOH competition is about quotes from contestants when they were on the block. Jenn is the only person to get the first question right. Jenn, Dan, and Danielle get the second question right. Everybody but Jenn gets the third question right. Jenn, Dan, and Danielle score a point again. And again. And again. Nobody gets the last question right, so we go to a tiebreaker question about how many minutes Jodi was in the house. 481. All she went through to get here for just over 8 hours in the house. As Jenn and Danielle guess less than half that, Dan wins HOH.
Joe’s not even going to wait. He’ll just take a seat in one of the red chairs. The second nomination is more interesting. Ian has been nominated alongside Joe. Presumably Joe is the target. He’s not exactly anybody that needs to be sent packing, but his lack of allegiance to anyone other than Shane is serving as his undoing.
The veto competition is a maze. Ian wins the power of veto.
Ian pulls himself off the block. Dan nominates Danielle in his place. I did not see that coming, but it really shouldn’t matter.
By a vote of 3-0, Joe has been evicted from the Big Brother house. Now people can run their TV at full volume during the diary room sessions.
Want to know who wins HOH before Sunday’s show? Check out the BB14 spoilers.
Stay tuned to dingoRUE for another live recap of Big Brother 14 Episode 26, which airs Sunday at 8/7c on CBS.