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Big Brother season 17 is off to a great start. On Thursday, Jace became the first player to be evicted, and I can’t say that I will miss him. We also learned that it is Liz who is playing the game with her sister as part of the Twin Twist. Kathy Griffin was introduced as this week’s BB Takeover host, and she hinted to the houseguests that one of them will receive a “Last Laugh” power for eviction night. This power will give its bearer the ability to prevent 3 people from voting at the next eviction ceremony — this could be very interesting! The episode ended with the Head of Household competitions, with Becky winning round one and Shelli winning round two.
I am getting really sick of Audrey — she reminds me of the guy last season who took it upon himself to keep inviting more and more people into his alliance without talking with the others. She is way too paranoid and a loose cannon. She needs to go. Also, Da’Vonne went a little crazy last week, picking a fight with Clay after he asked why she was creepily wandering around the house. Wouldn’t mind seeing her gone as well. One person I do want to stick around is Liz. I would love to see her successfully complete the 5 weeks of the Twin Twist. I would be so stressed out trying to pass myself off as my twin brother. I don’t know how they do it, especially with only 15 minutes to catch the other up with everything that has gone on since the last swap! (I’m so happy the Twin Twist is back. It was one of my favorites, and I have been anxiously awaiting its return.)
On tonight’s episode, Becky and Shelli make their nominations for eviction.
See who Becky & Shelli nominate tonight on CBS at 8/7c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Celebrity Family Feud, BattleBots, Food Network Star, The Last Ship, Falling Skies, Humans, Halt and Catch Fire, and The Brink.
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