Thursday, August 15, 2013

Big Brother 15: Live Feeds Wednesday into Thursday - August 14-15

Put your hair in the air like you just don't care

Most of yesterday was a whole lot of nothing. While it still hasn't been a thrill a minute, here's the latest from inside that Big Brother House of Foolish Foes:
  • Helen pep-talked Elissa, trying to convince her that she (Elissa) can win HoH.
  • Of course, that would be perfect for Helen. No blood on her hands!
  • Elissa thinks that she (herself) has never been able to bond well with everyone because of the vendetta against her in the beginning of the game due to Rachel.
  • She's probably right.
  • Both Helen and Elissa think that Jessie's lack of ability as a team player and constant need for affirmation hurt her game.
  • Andy says that Jessie is a sinking ship and told Spencer the vote for her to go will be unanimous.
  • GinaMarie thinks Jessie is weird.
  • I say, "Look in the mirror, GinaMarie!"
  • Andy predicted that Jessie will offer someone, in return for staying, that she will throw HoH to them.
  • Sure enough, she offered that up to Aaryn, saying she could be nominated again ... just for another week in the house.
  • Yep, Aaryn, who had just been saying how she'll never trust Jessie again.
  • Jessie then made the same offer to Helen and Elissa.
  • No one will take her up on it.
  • Jessie cried. She doesn't want to go out "like this."
  • Well, that's how the cookie crumbles.
  • Always in the game, Amanda told Spencer that Helen is plotting his demise.
  • In the game, mind you. Helen isn't a murderer-to-be.
  • Amanda also told Spencer she trusts him more than she trusts Aaryn.
  • Ha.
  • McCrae, hiding any backdoor Helen scenario, told Elissa that Aaryn will have to be backdoored next week.
  • Amanda is still ticked about the mystery MVP.
  • At midnight the Have Nots could eat. Aaryn and Helen cooked a feast.
  • The vote will probably be unanimous again this evening, this time Jessie going out the door.
  • Ah, well. Next week is a new week. About the only real wild card left in the house will be Spencer.
  • The only truly expendable hamsters between the two power players (Amanda and Helen) will be GinaMarie and Spencer.
  • Soon it will come to real power plays.

The socks need to go!

Have Nots feeding frenzy

Last minute scrambling

Hands up!

26 comments:

Witt said...

I think we should take up a drinking PHRASE for tonight, rather than word...try out "Blood on my hands." OOPS....we'll be plowed before the first half hour is out! LOL

Witt :)

Petals said...

LOL, Witt. Yup, that has been phrase in constant use this season.

I appreciate Jess scrambling, I do. I disagree that it is "for camera time", though. Poor Jessie. I hope this game will be a blip on her resume' and will not damage her self-esteem further.

*sigh* With ZERO surprises remaining, the only thing to enjoy about the next few weeks are the parties at Jackie's. I can't say "I'll never watch BB again", but as the weeks tick on, with Demanda becoming more & more the apparent winner, the show is losing appeal to me. (especially since she was the tagged as the winner from the beginning)

RBennie said...

I'm just hoping that Helen will wise up about this fake alliance with Andy and McCrae. Why in the world would she think McCrae would want to be aligned with her over the woman he's sleeping with? This could be her downfall and I think she is the only thing standing in the way of Amanda making it to the end. I hope we get to see the jury house tonight.

uncartie said...

Witt,You beat me to it! "Blood on my hands" should definitely be the drinking phrase. Every time I heard Andy say that last night I wanted to jump inside my TV and strangle that cowardly little stool pigeon!

RBennie,Don't underestimate Helen. One of her strengths is that she doesn't confront people,choosing instead to listen and just nod or agree. I'd be shocked if she doesn't have a good idea of what's going on.

RBennie said...

I hope you are right Uncartie. I'm just going by what she said in the DR which sounded like she was falling for it hook, line and sinker. Maybe she has wised up by now.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait for Helen to hit the road. I hope she is next and walks out the back door.

Sharon said...

If anyone listens to some of the things Elissa says "on the sly" or off-hand to various people, I think it's possible she may be smarter than anyone credits... and only "plays" the ditzy role.

Once she accepted coming on the show, I find it hard to believe that Rachel wouldn't have spent considerable time coaching her sister on when/how to make moves.

It may be a fools errand, but I keep waiting for Elissa to spring some kind of trap.

Tami said...

Sharon, I hope that you are right about Elissa. Although I am not totally sold on Elissa or Helen, I like them better than the rest of the people in the house (not really saying much).
But if Elissa springs into some kind of plan, at least it would add some excitement into this show.This cast is the meanest over all and the most boring because I don't find being mean and a bully to be entertaining or exciting.
I will have to tape tonight's episode again this week as the Cleveland Browns game is preempting the show as it did last week.

Chauncey said...

I'm finding that i enjoy reading the blogs more than actually watching the show. How sad.

Sharon said...

Just went to CBS.com and found Jeff's interview with Rachel. Kind of fun seeing her happy and excited instead of in BB mode. lol

RBennie said...

While I find myself kind of liking Elissa, I still can't tolerate Rachel.

Anonymous said...

I am absolutely shocked that not one person in the house is smart enough to realize that the decision to vote someone out is based soley on whether or not they would vote out Amanda. Amanda freaked out on anyone that was on the block with her when they suggested that maybe Amanda should be voted out instead. They weren't allowed to try to save themselves? What about the rest of the house? Don't they care about who might be coming after them or are they all there just to protect Amanda? Judd had to go because he was MVP and coming after Amanda...I can't believe everyone was stupid enough to vote him out just to save her. They better wise up fast and get rid of her!

Anonymous said...

I am absolutely shocked that not one person in the house is smart enough to realize that the decision to vote someone out is based soley on whether or not they would vote out Amanda. Amanda freaked out on anyone that was on the block with her when they suggested that maybe Amanda should be voted out instead. They weren't allowed to try to save themselves? What about the rest of the house? Don't they care about who might be coming after them or are they all there just to protect Amanda? Judd had to go because he was MVP and coming after Amanda...I can't believe everyone was stupid enough to vote him out just to save her. They better wise up fast and get rid of her!

Sharon said...

RBennie - In BB mode, Rachel was not something anyone enjoyed. lol
Being interviewed, she's much easier to take. :)

Sharon said...

Anon 2:45 - Judd being MVP was a figment of Amanda's paranoid mind... because how could anyone else (or America) not LOOOOVE her? As of last night, she's STILL convinced Judd was MVP.

If Amanda gets her way and Helen is evicted, I hope everyone wises up and gets her out next. If they don't and she's makes it to final 3, I hope that's when she loses out. If she makes it to the final 2 with McC, my next hope is that everyone will finally develop some guts and NOT vote for her to win. I don't care if she has played a "good" game... don't like her or her tactics!!

Sissy said...

I just want Amanda and McCrae to be on the block and Amanda evicted next week which probably means Helen, Elissa and maybe Spencer must win HOH. I don't think Aaryn would have the nerve to put up Amanda or McCrae and she can't think for herself (just like Andy). She will do whatever Amanda says. I'm hoping Helen really doesn't think she has a final 3 deal with McCrae and Andy...please tell me she's not that stupid.

pat rw said...

I LOVED THE "OLD" BIG BROTHER!!! WHERE BIG BROTHER LET THE PEOPLE BE PEOPLE, NOT THESE FAKE FOR THE CAMERA ONES.....IT HAS BECOME BORING AND PREDICTABLE....BRING BACK THE OLD BIG BROTHER...

~~Silk said...

It turns out that GM is also a wanna-be model. Video photo session: https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=10151262006370820

The abandoned factory where the video was shot is up the road about a mile and a half from my house!

I'm getting tired of discovering that so many of the house guests are aspiring actors or models, regardless of what their bios say. Even McCrae - he's very active with an improv group. So far as I can tell, only Spencer, Helen, and Elissa aren't auditioning for careers on the show, and I'm not so sure about Helen.

~~Silk said...

Re the above video, it's amazing what makeup can do. And notice that the, uh, skating?, outfir still has a tag on the back.

~~Silk said...

*outfit* oops.

~~Silk said...

I don't know if this has been said before, but it seems like the entire game strategy of everyone, including Helen until... when... sometime "when it's time" ... has consisted of asking, "Is this person bad for Amanda? If yes, then vote 'em out!"

monty924 said...

There has been a core alliance called the Knock-Outs since the Moving Co. was outed. People are forgetting that Amanda, Mac, Helen, Elissa, Andy and Judd formed the alliance and were directly responsible for evicting everyone up to this point. It hasn't been get out who is out for Amanda, as much as she's run around saying that. It's who is after anyone of those six. That's who they've targeted and voted out.

Up until last week, when the voted out Judd, that group has been effective in getting anyone on the outside of that alliance. I agree with what Joe said last night. They've been nothing but deliberate, and that hasn't been done in the game of BB until this season (unless you count Chilltown).

I've enjoyed watching how they've gone about it, and I'm looking forward to seeing who makes the first move on the other side of the alliance of five now. Andy's always been in the middle so we will see which way he goes when someone makes the first move.

uncartie said...

Woo Hoo! Helen and Aaryn have been comparing notes and both are figuring out the lies that Amanda has told them.

monty924 said...

Uncartie, Aaryn is playing both Helen and Amanda against each other. She ran to Amanda and told her everything about half an hour or so later after her telling Helen all of that. This is pretty much a wash. It's not like Helen and Amanda aren't after each other anyways. :))

monty924 said...

Aaryn is just ensuring that if Helen and Amanda ever get together and compare notes, she's out the door sooner than later. She's playing both sides until she see who gets the power.

uncartie said...

Thanks for the update,Monty

Let's hope Jessie can create some fireworks tonight with her goodbye speech.