Thursday night’s live eviction episode of Big Brother was, for lack of a better phrase, out of control. Fights ensued throughout the house, the Halting Hex was used making the week essentially meaniless, and Paul proved that it is possible to win HOH in back-to-back weeks.
The most impressive feat of Paul being HOH for the second straight week was that he wasn’t even able to compete in the HOH competition on Thursday night. Incredible, right? I get it, Paul is not “technically” the HOH this week, Josh is, but we all know exactly how this is going to play out.
Paul was the mastermind behind the Ramses blindside during Jessica’s HOH which gave Josh an opportunity to remain in the house. Josh has been dancing from “Puppet Master” Paul’s strings ever since. So, what makes you think that he’s not going to do exactly what Paul tells him to do this week? I’d love to see the evidence. There is none. Paul will tell Josh to put Jessica and Cody back on the block this week—assuring that at least one of them goes home—and that’s exactly what is going to happen. Jessica and Cody’s only chance of surviving this week would be if the Temptation Competition winner is safe from eviction and one of them wins it, then the other wins veto. Odds of both happening are slim.
There you have it. I just wrapped up the upcoming week of Big Brother. Now, we can find better things to do with our lives for the next seven days instead of watching Josh peacock around the house making an ass of himself.