'Big Brother 14': Is one alliance over already?

britney-dan-big-brother-14.jpg SPOILER ALERT: This post is about the live feeds, so don't keep reading if you don't want to be spoiled.

As we've all seen on the "Big Brother 14" live feeds, Britney and Janelle were quick to align and convince all six of their team members to go along with it, making a deal this week that they wouldn't vote out any of the six of them while there were still other people left in the house.

That lasted almost a whole day. But the funny thing about "Big Brother" is that the hamsters have a lot of time on their hands to stew, rehash things and become more and more paranoid. And Monday (July 16), the alliance seemed to kind of implode.

Willie, who is starting to seem bipolar, cannot stick with a plan. He goes back and forth on whether it should be Frank or Kara leaving the house this week, even though from a game perspective it should absolutely be Frank (much bigger threat in, well, every regard over Kara).

mike-boogie-big-brother-14.jpgAnd so now Willie is making deals with Boogie to keep Frank around. Which seems like an extreme rookie mistake on his part -- at right is a picture of Boogie celebrating after the deal (courtesy Big Brother Leak).

Meanwhile, Janelle has kept her head on straight and realizes letting strong guys stay in the house will be her downfall (she's operating under the assumption she'll get to enter the game at some point) and has started to work with Dan to keep Kara.

Which late Monday night/early Tuesday morning led Britney, Willie and Ashley to start bashing Janelle in the HOH room, talking about how stuck up she is and how jealous she is of Britney.

Oh, what tangled webs we weave on "Big Brother."

Frankly, we just can't wait for this week to be over. All we see is the BJ alliance waffling back and forth about who to evict. Honestly, the POV competition happens way too early and then there is SO MUCH down time after the POV ceremony is over.

What do you think, hamster fans? Don't forget, you can try out the live feeds free for three days if you want to follow along with what the houseguests are up to.
Photo/Video credit: CBS, Big Brother Leak