Big Brother Canada 5 Week 2 Voting Plans| March 21, 2017 at 10:15 AM EDT
Final noms are set on BBCAN5 ahead of Thursday night’s eviction vote and so far both sides are receiving promises of safety, but someone is going to be disappointed.
After Monday’s Veto Ceremony we were back to the old plan after an early morning near flip could have set us up with a very different result. Here’s where the votes look to be going for this week on Big Brother Canada 5.
Dallas took Dillon’s place on the Block yesterday and he’s up there against Emily after Demetres nearly changed his mind over to putting Jackie against Emily. He was talked down from that idea by Neda and Ika before returning to going after Dallas. Of course there have been shakes on Dallas’s safety, but I wouldn’t feel too good about that.
Dillon is safe so he’s been working on a plan with Emily and whether or not it’s tricking anyone it wasn’t a bad approach. After Dallas realized he was getting dragged down by his association with Dillon he tried to separate himself. Now Dillon is trying to get close again so Emily can tell HGs that their earlier fight was staged to throw off the house.
Meanwhile we’ve got Vets telling Dallas he’s safe and even telling Cassandra that Dallas is safe. He isn’t. Bruno and Kevin talked with Emily last night and Bruno told her that she’s definitely safe and to play it cool, but not too cool.
This morning Ika told Cassandra that the Vets want to keep Dallas, but they don’t. That’s going to either shock Cass at the vote and she’ll know she’s in a very bad spot, or they’ll tell her just before the vote that things “just flipped” but that won’t be true.
However it goes I’m expecting this to be the end of Dallas’s run this week. That’ll even up the Vets vs Newbies numbers which is good for the balance of the game. Next up is to see if the Newbs can make this an HoH winning streak on Thursday night.
What do you think of these voting plans? Good idea to get rid of Dallas now or will the Vets regret losing a number when they could control the outcome? Share your thoughts below.