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In the final 5, when Marcellas was nominated, he won the veto, and thinking he had a deal with Danielle, didn't use it on himself, and was evicted that week. - janiepierzina
Let's all keep in mind that the Power of Veto was this brand new power that came out in BB3. Marcellas was the first person to show America that if you want to win this game, the first rule is to trust no one. Ever since, players have seen the brutality of a "backdoor" and how detrimental the Veto actually is. - MrRealityTV
It isn't even a competition with this game move
Sounds as dumb as it sounds. It was fun to watch though.
Almost felt sorry for him for being so stupid. - BlackDiamonds
Daniele must be the luckiest BB player in the world to see this repeat but worse than Dustin. Poor Lawon. He wasn't going to win anyhow but it was a boneheaded game move.
Super Power! What the ____.V6 Comments
When Dick and Daniele were nominated against each other, Dick won the veto and used it on Daniele. He volunteered to be a pawn, and was sent home thanks to America's player. - janiepierzina
Got duped by America's favorite Eric when he ran his mouth about being ok being a pawn. Moron. - BlackDiamonds
In a veto competition, Mike was told if he tried to make Dick lose the challenge, he would be nominated, but he did, and he was evicted. - janiepierzina
Mike blew his game for Kail. Kail! He wasn't a target that week til that power of veto comp when he tried intimidating Dick. - BlackDiamonds
Absolutely one of the dumbest move, Mike was not Dicks number one priority that week! All he had to do was be quiet. He felt that morals of protecting Kail was more important than getting put up and he's out for a reason.
The worst part was that he was safe that weekV6 Comments
When Howie was HoH, Maggie convinced him that his ally James was going to betray them (which was not true), so Howie nominated James and his girlfriend Sarah. When James won the veto, Sarah was evicted, only making their alliance even smaller. - janiepierzina
When Kaysar was voted back into the house by America, he had the power to win HoH. Instead, he made a deal with Jennifer, saying everybody would work together to get James out, but he was evicted that week instead. - janiepierzina
When Ollie's allies were all gone, he could have won HoH, but instead make a stupid deal with Dan, asking for his safety, Michelle's safety, the choice of one nominee, and the replacement nominee if the veto was used. He thought Dan would go through with it, but instead he backdoored Michelle, followed by Ollie himself. - janiepierzina
In the first week, Brian made an alliance with almost everyone, but he was caught, and sent home the first week. - janiepierzina
Brian was safe that week and was tight with HOH Jerry, and bith wanted Memphis ti be the replacement nominee, but Brian overplayed his hand and eight other houseguests including Memphis and veto winner Jessie who was the original nominee and said that Brian was playing all of the and told Jerry to put him up, Jerry did and Brian was blindsided because he overplayed and couldn't keep his mouth shut
Why evict the only guy you could ever beat in the finals?
Haha looks like people don't want to admit dan made mistakes and this was a $500,000 mistakes
Overrated player. deserved to lose. should have lost to Joe in the finals - noodbsallowedV4 Comments
Jeff let Kevin and Natalie convince him to nominate Russell, thinking he was going to betray him, which was not true. Then the next week, Jeff himself was sent packing. - janiepierzina
Jeff as always is stupid to fall for anything, the man goes with 2 desperate players who have nothing to lose, unless then going with
With a solid man who respected throughout the game. And the worst thing
About it is that he did not have the guts to say that he GOT GOT when he was talking to Julie Cheng the week after, JEFF YOUR A STUPID PLAYER.
Talking to Julie Cheng the week after.
I think that jeff was stupid when he did that and good thing he was evicted the next week. I wanted russel to win the game.
Jeff said that Russell got got but next week he got gotV4 Comments
The twins decided to turn on their ally for no reason and they got evicted the next 2 weeks
Danielle thought that it would be in her and Shane's best interest if she used the veto on Dan to vote out Ian when, in reality, Dan was planning on evicting Shane all along.
An unnecessary move on a mastermind of the game and she acts like she didn't bring this on herself. Dan made his game on blindsides and you gave him another on a silver platter.
Had Danielle not taken Dan off of the block she would have definitely made it to the final 2 and even won if she was against DanV4 Comments
That was stupid by not getting the best player ever out who wanted to get him out
And the next week frank goes home and dan wins the HOH
Cody made weak moves throughout the game and played Derricks game. He was pretty much dragged to final 2 underneath Derricks protection. Sad sad player
I could argue Victoria could have actually won, she played a flawless floater/pawn game. - Turkeyasylum
Cost him the title and 500,000 dollars. Cody is stupid. But glad derrick won bb16 because Cody definitely didn't deserve to win.V5 Comments
Not really a stupid move, the'vonne was obviously trying to hide the fact that she won the last laugh plus I'm pretty sure no matter who she cancelled she would have been evicted to be honest
If her vote is not influenced by the producers this move makes no sense. Clay and John were clearly on the HoHs side of the house this week. Whereas Jeff, Jackie, and Beckys vote could have been bought with future promises and/or alliances.
After Jessica gets evicted, we're down to the Final 5. Dick is HOH. America's Player Eric and Jameka are on the block. Zach wins the point of view, which at the Final 5 is supremely important. You can take a player off of the block, the one remaining non-HOH and non-point of view winner must go up in his or her place, and if you make a deal like, "Hey, I'll take you off the block if you agree to vote out the replacement nominee," you two have all the power and the HOH becomes meaningless as he wouldn't vote unless there were a 1-1 tiebreaker. Instead, Zach kept nominations the same, and then when he wins HOH the next week in Final Four (where the point of view is really the more powerful position), he decides to go after the Donatos, uselessly, I might add. Some have speculated that the producers "wouldn't let" Zach use it as they knew it would ruin their All-Donato Final 2 fantasy. Just as Eric wasn't allowed to use the veto to backdoor one of the Donatos the previous week, ruining both his and Jessica's game. The producers claim they didn't have enough time to see what America wanted, but then the next week they tell Eric whomever is called upon to lead the houseguests back into the house is America's target. ' rigged season.
This was the worst move I've seen. Zach had the chance to break up the Donato's and have the great television of seeing Evil Dick send his own daughter out the house. If this wasn't rigged by the producers, Zach was an idiot for this move.
Dana thought she was being bold but instead she got herself evicted next week.but she admitted it was her fault when she was a candidate for all stars
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Top Remixes (5)
2. Lawon volunteers to be nominated/evicted - Season 13
3. Howie nominates James and Sarah - Season 6
2. Marcellas doesn't use the veto - Big Brother 3
3. Mike tries to make Dick lose PoV - Big Brother 8
2. Dustin volunteers as a pawn - Big Brother 8
3. Kaysar gives Jennifer HoH - Big Brother 6
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