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'Big Brother' Eviction, Jeff and Daniele's Arrival at Jury House (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Sep 2nd 2011 5:57AM
'Big Brother 13' Jury HouseIn what could turn out to be the most important day in the 'Big Brother' (Thu., 9PM ET on CBS) house, it was down to Adam or Shelly for eviction. Porsche's greed absolutely saved the veterans when she forced the duo twist back into the competition for a week, and Rachel subsequently won the POV.

!!SPOILER ALERT!!

Rachel is a big threat in challenges anyway, so she was going to be difficult to get rid of anyway. Giving her the power to also save Jordan when there are only six people in the house is 'Big Brother' suicide. Especially with Porsche the outgoing HOH, because she's probably the strongest challenge competitor in the house besides Rachel, and she can't play.

But it wasn't just in the house that we had drama, as Julie Chen showed us what happened after last week's double eviction when Daniele and then Jeff joined Brendon in the Jury House. It was a bittersweet series of happy moments.

After getting backdoored by Daniele, Brendon was thrilled to see her follow him out of the house. Then, after having the same thing done to her by Jeff, Daniele was equally excited to see him. Poor Jeff, though, was brought down even more when he saw the footage of that last Power of Veto competition.

He threw one of the two boots he was looking for over the side of the wall. Had he seen it or grabbed it consciously, he might have won that competition. I wonder, though, if he'd been in a middle bin if he would have noticed. He would have thrown it into someone else's bin. Could they have then claimed it as one of theirs and caused all kinds of confusion?

For the most part, it looks like everyone is cordial and getting along in the Jury House, even though they subsequently eliminated the person who went right before them. Jeff, hoping to keep the streak alive, was hoping to see Shelly get evicted tonight.

Back in the 'BB' house, Shelly made an impassioned plea to the veterans, who held all the power in the vote, but it wasn't enough for them to trust her. Or maybe they just figured it would be better to drag a floater to the finals than someone who's actually played a pretty aggressive social game that Rachel admitted to respecting.

Either way, Jeff got his wish and Shelly was sent packing. Then, Porsche sat on the sidelines and watched as her fate in the game was in Kalia's hands, basically (Adam will go where ever the power is). It was a physical challenge, with a time limit, but we still ran out of time before the end of the episode to see who won it.

!!LIVE FEEDS SPOILER ALERT!!

If you'd rather wait until they reveal the winner of the HOH competition then you should stop reading this right now. No, seriously.

Okay, so you're sure, then? Okay. Well, the worst case scenario possible for Kalia and Porsche happened as Rachel won HOH. Surely, she'll protect Jordan, unless she starts to wonder if she can beat Jordan in the end. Will alliances stay the same this week? If they do, she'll surely put up Kalia and Porsche in the hopes of getting at least one of them out.

Of course, she could always backdoor Jordan after the POV (who thinks Jordan has a chance of winning it?). It would be a brutal move, but might help her have a chance to win, though odds are she'd want to thin the newbies some more before going after a fellow veteran. Adam's been known to flip against the vets before, and he'd do it again in a heartbeat.

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MidnightSnack

RIGGED!! Jordan shouldn't always be rewarded for being a likable dumbass. What a terrible season. I don't care how terrible the newbies are I hope one of them wins.

September 03 2011 at 5:20 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
devinmcmusters

Rachel, (of course), won HOH. Ms. Grodner keeps rigging this season for her pets to stay on the show.

September 02 2011 at 9:02 AM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply

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