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Post  Banjo on 2017-09-12, 15:08

It looks like Alex will be evicted in the special eviction sessions today, airing tomorrow on CBS. They have to get down to the Final three by next Wed. Kevin will be the next to go if Paul's plan stays true to form.

Meanwhile, yesterday Christmas took off her foot support (she's been out of the regular cast for almost a week and can walk with just one crutch and can put a little weight on the foot.) She unwrapped the foot and showed us the small scar where they went in and repaired 10 broken bones, and grafted in one small piece. The foot didn't look as bad as you'd think after being in a cast for 11 weeks. A little 'wrinkly', Christmas said that was from the wrapping, mostly. She won't be able to walk on it normally before the end of the season next week but her tweets and FB will let us see how she is doing.




Big Brother 19: Counting The Votes In Week 11 [POLL]

Posted: 12 Sep 2017 06:45 AM PDT

Christmas and Paul are ready to vote on Big Brother 19

This week on Big Brother 19 there will be just a mere two votes. With the chance of a tie-breaker either nominated Houseguest could end up staying but after a few days of arguing the plan for Paul’s trio seems to have settled on the obvious target.

Josh sent Alex and Kevin to the Block before the Veto comp win went to Paul where he shocked Alex with the news that he wouldn’t be saving her. Not only that, but she’d probably be the next one to go. Everything looked set for that to happen, then Josh happened.

Josh observed how Paul was working Alex over to convince her, just like the past several eliminated HGs, that this was all the fault of Josh and Christmas. Paul would love to help her, but those meanies just won’t let him. Josh tried to get his foot in the door with Alex, but she hasn’t been willing to listen.

In a fit of grumbling Josh told the cameras he wanted to negotiate a tie then shock Paul with a move of his own: sending Kevin out the door. When Paul started to see Josh’s agitation of his position with Alex there were threats that Paul and Christmas would split the vote and put the blame on Josh for her eviction. Josh openly invited it but after awhile that seems to have faded in to the background.

Just as well for Josh to avoid a move like that. It wouldn’t help his game, and just like nearly everything else this season, it’d probably end up helping Paul’s game. Alex would fight with Paul and she’d be taking him to the end. Or at least she would have before deciding Paul is a “counterfeit s-o-b.” Either way, that doesn’t look to be the plan anymore.

Paul and Christmas will both be voting Alex out. Christmas confirmed her plans to Alex the other night and Paul has made it clear she’ll be going either way so he doesn’t have an obligation to vote to keep her.

We’re expecting the early eviction to arrive later tonight (taped Tuesday and airing Wednesday) and when it does Alex Ow will be voted off Big Brother 19 by a 2-0 count. After that we’re down to our F4 of the season!

So what do you think? Will anything change the plans for eviction this week? Cast a vote below for who you think will be evicted and share your thoughts on what’s ahead.

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Re: BB day 84

Post  Banjo on 2017-09-12, 15:15

Here's the scenarios for Final Three. Looks reasonable to me.



This week’s Veto Ceremony is over and we have our final Big Brother 19 noms for Thursday night. Read on for the latest Big Brother spoilers for Week 11’s Power of Veto events.

Yesterday Paul broke the news to Alex and while she was frustrated and upset she never really got angry about it. In fact, Alex told Paul she’d still campaign on his behalf from the Jury. Now that’s a good minion *pat pat*, run on off to Jury.

Today Paul put that plan in to action by taking no action at all and that leaves us with Josh’s original nominees as the final noms of the week.
Power of Veto Ceremony Spoilers – Week 11

Paul did not use the Veto
Alex & Kevin are the final noms this week

Alex is going to go and she expects it. Josh had vented in a camtalk that he might try to get things split and then send Kevin out just to screw with Paul and Christmas, but considering Alex would align with Paul that’d really just screw with Josh’s own game. He won’t do that. She’s going to leave for Jury in the early arriving Tuesday eviction event. We’ll see it play out on Wednesday ahead of Thursday’s live eviction that’ll take us down to the Final 3 of Big Brother 19!

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Big Brother 19 Week 11: Who Will Be Evicted?

Big Brother 19: Final 3 To Final 2 Scenarios [Analysis]

Posted: 11 Sep 2017 09:00 AM PDT

It’s hard to believe that by Thursday night we’ll have the Big Brother 19 Final 3. And since things have been playing out as expected the past several weeks, we already know who we can expect in that Final 3. But what about Final 2? That’s where it gets tricky.

Paul and Josh as possible BB19 Final 2

Alex is going home this week and has already learned her fate. And unless a miracle happens and Kevin wins the next HOH, he’s going home Thursday, leaving Josh, Paul and Christmas as our Final 3. But what happens after the final HOH competition? Who is cutting whom? Let’s take a look.
If Paul wins the final HOH

Paul has been leaning toward taking Josh to the Final 2 since it seems most of the jury hates Josh. But Josh has been pushing Paul’s buttons lately so that could influence Paul’s decision. I think Paul knows if he cuts Christmas she won’t be bitter, but if he cuts Josh, he could lose that jury vote. And we know Paul doesn’t want to lose any jury votes after last season.

I think Paul takes Josh. If he does take Josh, can he beat Josh? I think so. I think Paul would have jury votes from Mark, Elena, Alex, Matt, Raven, Kevin, Christmas and even Cody. The only person I could see voting Josh would be Jason. But this is really early to call, considering we’ve seen very little jury footage.

If Paul were to take Christmas, I think he would possibly lose votes from Jason and Josh, but he would still win.
If Josh wins the final HOH

Josh has said for weeks that Christmas is his No. 1. Despite doing literally all of Paul’s dirty work, he’s apparently more devoted to her. And we’ve seen Josh grow more and more irritated with Paul’s gameplay and less and less likely to take him to the Final 2. I do think if Josh wins the final HOH, he cuts Paul and takes Christmas. But can Josh beat Christmas? That’s super tough, but I think he can, and the No. 1 reason would be that he was the person to take out Paul.

How the jury would vote in that scenario gets confusing, though. I think Cody, Kevin and Paul might vote Christmas. But Paul is all too familiar with a bitter vote, so maybe not. At any rate, I think Josh beats Christmas, but it could be close.

And as I said above, if it’s Paul and Josh at the end, Paul wins.
If Christmas wins the final HOH

We’ve already covered the scenarios for Christmas, so the only thing left to discuss is who would she take. And there’s no question there. It’s Paul. She’s already hinted to Josh that she’d take Paul and she seems like her goal in the game is to actually make sure Paul wins. Love is a crazy thing.

This is an early assessment and we’ll know more in the coming days. Expect another analysis closer to finale night. Who do you think can win in the end?

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