It’s eviction day for Big Brother Canada 4 as the last of the Houseguests prepare to vote out either Joel or Cassandra after a roller coaster week has kept us guessing who would be going to Jury next.
Just when things looked doom and gloom for Cassandra she was able to turn the vote plans around and shift the target to Joel thanks to Kelsey’s support and the brothers willingness to go along with the shift. Of course both Cassandra and Tim have disavowed each other, but let’s see how long that lasts!
Yesterday in the Big Brother Canada 4 house the tide seemed to be turning with Cassandra finding footing to pursue another week of survival. Today it looks to be a foregone conclusion while Tim takes things even a step further.
This morning Tim met up with Kelsey and the brothers to discuss what an amazing idea they had to keep his close ally Cassandra over Joel. Not only that but the group decided they’d form a “Final Three Treaty” alliance with the promise to vote out whoever stays this week. Yeah.
BBCAN4 is back tonight on Global at 9PM ET/PT following another Survivor episode (it’s a great season if you’re missing out) and with only five HGs left everyone is playing for the Power of Veto.
Following last week’s tense Double Eviction episode we saw a tight race for Kelsey to overcome the odds to keep her and the brothers safe. Lucky for them she pulled it off, but now with the Veto there’s a second chance to send those brothers off to Jury.
Well that was interesting. This afternoon things took a turn in the Big Brother Canada house after Kelsey started a conversation with Phil that soon lead to a house meeting with a surprising outcome.
Just when Cassandra looked dead in the water something may have convinced Kelsey otherwise as we close in on the next eviction and a likely tie-breaker.
Only two votes are up for grabs this week on Big Brother Canada as we’re down to the last five Houseguests and a little over a week to go in the house.
After letting this HoH slip through their fingers the Threekshow alliance will have to sit back and watch as the final decision will be out of their hands at the next eviction.