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Post  Banjo on 2016-08-01, 12:11

What will become of all this is anyone's guess. With Paulie winning the POV it's likely that Paul will put up Da'Vonne as the replacement.  How will the votes fall out Da'Vonne vs. Bridgette ?...... scratch Meanwhile I will be voting for Bridgette to get the next Care Package.  With 20 votes per day, per person, until Aug. 5th  we will keep busy voting.  woohoo

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Sunday, July 31, 2016
'Big Brother 18' Recap: Paul and Paulie Form a Dangerous Alliance

Derek Stauffer
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV

When Big Brother 18 first started, Paul and Paulie were at the bottom of the totem pole. Paul was the loud-mouthed, easily targetable moron. Paulie was the ultimate pawn, not a part of the 8-Pack alliance and the first person to go up on the block to get another person evicted. As the game has progressed, Paulie and Paul have transformed.

Paul is still a loud-mouth and is full of catchphrases more than actual thoughts, but he has some measure of power now. Paulie is seemingly the only mastermind in Big Brother 18 house. This is grading on a steep curve because most of the Big Brother 18 players are running around totally clueless. In this episode, Paul and Paulie's rises in the Big Brother 18 house meet together as they solidify alliance for the pits of douchebag hell.

Finishing What "Your Boy" Started

Paul starts things off by winning Head of Household. Paul's win is accompanied by more of the more obnoxious displays of showboating and victory dancing. This is mostly because it features the words and/or phrases "friendship," "your boy," and "boom," so much so that if you were playing a Paul-specific drinking game, you would have liver cancer by the end.

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Following his win, Paul immediately decides that he wants to get rid of Bridgette. I'm more than fine with this because Bridgette's perpetually talking like a toddler who was recently caught in a cookie jar is getting really old and really disturbing.

Still, it seems like a really stupid move for Paul because Bridgette is not at all a threat. She is reasonably good at competitions. Yet, without Frank having his hand shoved up firmly in her bum controlling her every thought and word, Bridgette doesn't mean much in this game.

Paulie's Potential Plot

This is probably why Paulie sweeps in with a new plan. Paulie wants to get rid of Da'Vonne and as loathe as I am to agree with Paulie at this point, he is right. Da'Vonne is arguably the biggest threat to Paulie's game as she is probably the only person to see him for the threat that he is in the house. Paulie couches his reasoning for targeting Da'Vonne in that she "stirs things up" and she is always "running her mouth." Neither point seems especially true but we can't expect honesty and perfection from someone who made the decision to cut their hair like Paulie.

(By the way, there is a filler segment in this episode running down all the ways that Paulie is now emulating Paul including getting the same hairstyle, using those same awful catchphrases and putting on the same terrible clothes. It's deeply disturbing and makes me very concerned for Paul's safety; something I'd never thought I'd be concerned about in Big Brother 18.)

Paulie goes to Paul with his plan to get rid of Da'Vonne (or at least put Da'Vonne up against Bridgette). Paul, credit where credit is due, does not really bite. Paul still wants to put a pawn next to Bridgette but when Da'Vonne expresses a desire to not be put up he doesn't push it.

A Trio of Dummies (and America)

The person who does volunteer is Nicole, so it's about time we check in on Nicole and her dreadful gameplay. This is just the latest example of Nicole not thinking anyhing out. Nicole does volunteer to go up on the block, but immediately regrets it. Nicole then goes to Corey and half-jokingly says that maybe Corey should go up in her place. Since Corey is even bigger idiot than Nicol, he agrees to the plan but then, Nicole quickly backs down, which is inexplicable. Well to be fair, it's only inexplicable if you haven't been paying attention to Nicole's entire behavior this season. Once you do, you'll realize that she is much more interested in making Corey like her than playing a decent game.

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In any case, all this wishy-washy stuff means that Paulie just decides to bite the bullet. Paulie says he will go up on the block because he plans to win the Veto and then really put the screws into his disturbing lookalike to backdoor Da'Vonne. So, to recap very quickly, three people all volunteered to put their game in jeopardy and play in Veto competition to try to get someone out who isn't even a threat. These people are so silly, it's honestly exhausting.

While all this nonsense is going on, the first America's Care Package arrives in the backyard. (The stipulation with the care packages it that everyone must see the chosen houseguest open it.) Natalie wins the first care package and gets the Never Not Pass. With all the craziness and stupidity going on, this just might be the most confusing to me. Why would America vote to give likable Natalie the first and most useless advantage of the Care Package? This makes me very nervous for who is going to receive the next few Care Packages this summer.

Paulie and Paul = Nightmare Fuel

Whatever. That's enough worrying about the decision-making of people with dubious intelligence. Paul agrees to Paulie's plan to put him up on the block. Paulie and Bridgette are nominated but Paulie is determined to get rid of Da'Vonne at the end of the week. If that wasn't enough to make me dislike Paulie, he has come up with a new nickname for Paul and him, P.P. There's no way that nickname, and I hesitate to even call it that, could be anymore lazy.

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Re: BB day 46

Post  Banjo on 2016-08-01, 13:49


‘Big Brother 18’ Spoilers: Week 6 Veto Ceremony Results
By: Matthew Boyer | August 1, 2016 at 2:42 PM EDT

This week’s Veto Ceremony was held today to give us our final noms of the week and we now have the latest Big Brother spoilers for our Week 6 Power of Veto events.

Power of Veto Medallion on Big Brother

Who would come down from the Block today as Paulie and Bridgette sat on the hot seats? Was Paul ready for a renom? You know it, and so did the new target. Find out who went up and who is slated to head out the door this week.

Power of Veto Ceremony Results – Week 6:

Paulie used the Veto on himself
Paul named Da’Vonne as the renom
Bridgette & Da’Vonne are the final noms

Votes are stacking up against Da’Vonne with at least five Houseguests likely against her already and that doesn’t even include James who didn’t like this plan at all. He may end up being her greatest champion this week if he decides to fight the movement. Otherwise James will fall in line and we could have a 6-2 or 7-1 vote depending on how stubborn Michelle wants to be with what she knows is going on.

What do you think of Paul’s decision. Da’Vonne tried to remind Paul of their team alignment from the start of the season but has become too entrenched with Paulie to find his way back out? I’m thinking Paul just cost himself an ally in the fight, but could he really trust her in the long run?

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