'Big Brother 15' promises to be must-see TV Thursday night
So, we've been wondering all week if scrappy Andy and Judd could rustle up enough votes to keep Elissa in the house over Nick. It's not so much that we're in love with Elissa or dislike Nick. We're actually very "meh" on Elissa and we like Nick.
But we don't love the faction of the house that wants Elissa gone (Aaryn, Jeremy, Kaitlin, GinaMarie) so badly they can almost taste it. Which means Nick has to be some collateral damage in order for those four to be blindsided.
Well, in the last 24 hours, not only has the Elissa alliance come together -- Andy, Judd, McCrae, Amanda, Jessie and Candice -- but now it looks like Spencer and Howard are figuring out what a mistake it was to align with Jeremy and they're thinking about evicting Nick too. In fact, they pretty much just agreed to do it.
Now, we hope everybody gets their ducks in a row before the vote because A) we don't think it would be smart to evict Nick in a vote of eight to three and B) don't screw it up trying to keep the numbers close.
First off, if Nick leaves by a 6-5 vote, that provides a lot of houseguests cover under the "It wasn't me" excuse, just in case Jeremy wins HOH (which he very well could. Or Kaitlin, or GinaMarie, you never know).
However, if they want to pull off a 6-5 vote, they need to make sure everybody knows who is voting for whom, because one person could think, "I better throw a vote to evict Elissa just to keep it close" and then suddenly it all goes to heck and Elissa leaves and evil triumphs.
But as it stands, it's sounding like Nick is toast. Which is why we are predicting a GinaMarienado. Remember how last week when David got evicted and in the interim time while they got him set up in the studio for his interview with Julie Chen, it was like completely silence? That was because of Aaryn and GinaMarie's potty mouths.
We expect tonight to be worse. Yay! And the live feeds after the show should be a lot of fun.