Picking up where the last episode left off in the Big Brother Canada house we get to watch the fallout from Jillian’s nominations. We’re about to run through the noms fallout and on to the Power of Veto competition and ceremony. Let’s see where it takes us.
The drama ramps up thanks to Aneal who decides to bring on the tears to Jillian, Emmett, and everyone else he can corner. In the Diary Room Aneal assures us it’s completely fake, but dang it seems real and everyone seems to buy it.
Danielle and Liza start to sweat the possibility that Jillian is trying to backdoor one of them, but they’re soon outdone by Gary who thanks Jillian, in the DR, for alerting the house to his dominating Big Brother Canada skills.
Ahh the showmance. The house is fully aware of Jillian and Emmett because they don’t even try to hide it. They’re cuddling all through the house and hiding in the HoH room for extended makeout sessions. Like we’ve seen on Big Brother US, this can definitely come back to bite both of them in the ass.
Big Brother Canada returns tonight with a new episode on Slice at 9PM ET/PT where we’ll get to watch the hamsters scurry for a chance to win this week’s Power of Veto.
This week’s nominees, Gary and Aneal, have the most to lose when it comes to that battle but that still leaves everyone but the HoH vulnerable as a replacement nominee should the chance arise.
Right now the house is way beyond the Veto competition that took place on Saturday and left the HGs complaining about the mess Big Brother put them through. You can get ahead of tonight’s show by checking our spoilers on who won the Veto and even one step further with how the Veto Ceremony turned out.
The nominees are still a day away from eviction on Thursday night so be ready for some scrambling to secure votes ahead of the “not really live” live show that night on Big Brother Canada. We already have an idea of who will get the boot, but considering things change in the game faster than you can blink this could go either way.
The next Big Brother Canada eviction doesn’t arrive until Thursday night’s “live” show but that doesn’t mean we can’t start looking at which HG is most likely to follow Kat out the front door.
Thanks to HG talk on the Live Feeds we have a pretty good idea of the next HG to be evicted. If you want to find out then read on. Otherwise, get ready for tonight’s Veto show and avoid our Big Brother spoilers.
It’s time for a little viewer voting on Big Brother Canada. You get to help decide if the HouseGuests selected as the next Have-Nots should be punished with either cotton candy & bubble gum or poutine & beaver tails. Since only one of these offers any sort of nutrition hopefully the choice is clear, but considering how some viewers enjoy sticking it to the HGs we may see some hungry hamsters.
You’ll have to jump over to the Slice Big Brother website to place your votes by spending your “points”. You can also vote in our very non-official poll as well right below and we’ll see if what we vote here matches up with what Big Brother Canada tells us the unlucky Have-Nots eat next week in the house. Vote now!
Big Brother Canada was back last night with its first Sunday episode of the series and after Thursday night’s cliffhanger with the HoH competition most viewers were probably anxious to find out who won the power. Of course those would be the same viewers who didn’t know we had posted those spoilers way back on Thursday night.
In case you missed Sunday’s episode we’ve got the full show’s video here (non-Canada friendly) for those hoping to catch up and enjoy it all. This episode features the conclusion of that “Lumber Jack & Jill” comp, drama, nominations, and more drama!