It was eviction time on Big Brother Canada 4 last night as another Houseguest was voted off to Jury and the viewers got in the game per another external influence twist on the season. Sigh.
Maddy sent Raul and Kelsey to the Block this week and one of them was about to join Mitch in the Jury House. The other who stays behind will get a chance at the viewers’ vote, but I’m guessing neither of those two are going to be leading fan favorites anytime soon.
So I’m expecting this to be the end of Raul’s game and according to our poll we could see Nikki with a strong shot at becoming the new HoH. Now wouldn’t that be interesting? Time to find out what’s really going to happen though.
Eviction Vote – Week 7:
- Tim votes to evict: Kelsey
- Cassandra votes to evict: Raul
- Phil/Nick vote to evict: Raul
- Nikki votes to evict: Raul
- Jared votes to evict: Raul
- That’s enough votes.
- Joel votes to evict: Raul
- Ramsey votes to evict: Raul
By a vote of 6-1, Raul has been evicted from Big Brother Canada 4.
Head of Household – Week 8:
Since the show was taped earlier and
voting continued until 8PM ET it can’t be part of tonight’s episode. They may string it along until Sunday’s show again, but we’ll find out sooner than that.
Hmm. So last night at 10PM ET I’m pretty sure the poll said it had 22 hours to go, but then it closed much earlier than 8PM ET and the “game of chance” has already been held according to the spoilers. Go figure.
- Viewers voted for Nikki & Phil/Nick to be Wild Card HoH.
Nicely done, readers, who voted up Nikki (1st) and Phil/Nick (3rd) in our poll this week. The brothers were third, but only by a bit behind Jared, who was not one of the top two after all.
Houseguests dropped balls in to a roulette wheel with four being the magic number to win and it goes to…
- The new HoH is Phil & Nick!
The next Big Brother Canada episode airs at 7PM ET/PT on Sunday night and will feature the week’s nominations while Wednesday’s episode (9/8c) will cover the Veto competition and ceremony to get us ready for the next eviction show.