Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Big Brother 15: Nominations, MVP Show Blog Party - 7/02
Hamsterwatchers! Are you ready? Tonight is the nominations show blog party! Come one! Come all!
As the show airs here on the East Coast, I'll update this entry with the major happenings. But the real party, as always, is in the comments area. Come join us!
McCrae nominated Candice and Jessie.
Everybody thinks Elissa will be the MVP because of Rachel.
And, yes. America (Rachel fans) chose Elissa for MVP. She tells McCrae, telling him to keep it a secret. She also seeks advice on the nominee. He suggests David. He tells her he will be putting her on the block (because it's what the house wants and he needs to think of his own game) if the veto is used. Then he told her she'd still be safe.
Time to pick players for the veto comp! But, first ... the MVP nomination. The video screen stops on David's photo. So, McCrae randomlypicks - Elissa, Howard.
David is mad. Aaryn cries because he doesn't trust her. She blames him for making her cry in front of the house although HE is the one on the block.
McCrae, getting closer to Amanda, tells her that Elissa won MVP. He told her not to say anything since he's the only one who knows. Elissa keeps lying about it to others.
Veto comp time - The guy from the American Baking Competition is there. Howard says he'll get to see honeys in honey and smiles a lot. They have to go through honey, retrieve blueberry letters out of batter one at a time and spell the longest word they can spell. All are done. Well, except David. He chose too big a word. He's out of time.
David: didn't spell anything
Elissa: pot roast - eliminated - two words
McCrae wins the PoV.
He feels he has to put Elissa on the block to keep himself in good graces with the house. Meanwhile, Nick thinks the Moving Company needs to get rid of David and they can use Elissa's MVP possibilities down the road. McCrae is in a quandary. Poor hamster.
Veto meeting time! McCrae uses the veto to save Candice. He puts Elissa on the block in her place. Told her better for the harmony of the house if she were to go home this week.
McCrae tells US that Elissa is NOT the target and won't be going home this week.