Last week on Big Brother 17, Vanessa Rousso, Shelli Poole, and Clay Honeycutt divided the house. They chose to target Jason Roy instead of Austin Matelson. This let Jason know that him and his allies were at the bottom of the Big Brother 2015 food chain.
Jason got evicted on Thursday’s Big Brother. This put a fire under his allies, Meg Maley, Jackie Ibarra, and James Huling. They knew they needed a win or they would get picked off one by one.
In the upset of the Big Brother 2015 season, James won this week’s Head of Household in an intense endurance competition. He then started a plan to take out a powerful couple: Shelli and Clay. Shelli and her group scrambled to figure out the right move to keep them safe.
This seemed like a hopeless mission because James was set on his goal to evict one of them this week. He stuck to his word and nominated Shelli and Clay. Tomorrow, they battle it out for the Power of Veto. James, Meg, and Jackie would prefer if Shelli lost the POV competition, because she is their main target.
They might actually try to work with Clay once she leaves the house. Shelli has proven herself as the stronger person on their Big Brother 17 team. So getting her out over Clay is definitely the best move for the Goblins. If Shelli or Clay win the Power of Veto, they already discussed nominating Austin as a replacement.
Austin agreed to be the replacement. James would like to form a new power alliance with Austin, Meg, Jackie, Liz Nolan, and Julia Nolan. Austin also agreed to this deal. Austin has two built in votes (Julia and Liz), so it seems like he is the smartest bet against Shelli or Clay.
If all goes well, one of the Sixth Sense members leaves for sure this week on Big Brother 17.