Best Big Brother US PlayersThe 10 best players to ever play the US Version of Big Brother.
Dan is far and away the best Big Brother player of all time. Amazing social game, amazing strategist. Dan had a reason for everything he did in the game whether it be putting his ally on the block *twice* (to hide his alliance) or flustering Renny (to throw her off her game). Dan managed to stay under the radar and became the puppet master of BB10. He won challenges when he needed and threw challenges when he needed. Even with all of this he managed to play the game respectfully and with dignity. Memphis played an amazing game as well, the hidden renegade alliance made move after brilliant move from the moment it was created. This is another reason of why Dan's unanimous win makes him the king of Big Brother.
Dan was definitely a much better player than Dr. Will. First of all, he won his first season without winning a SINGLE HOH competition. Not one. Second, he didn't do any of the dirty work he needed to do to complete his master plans: he was one step ahead of the game, and knew how to convince anyone else to do anything at all necessary to carry himself further in the game. And if THAT isn't impressive enough, after having done all of that, with everyone seeing it at home as they watched season 10 on their own televisions, he did the same thing AGAIN on season 14. Even with people knowing what kind of player he was, and knowing that he could manipulate anyone, he was still able to yet again play/manipulate everyone in the game to carry him further for yet a second season. Dan Gheesling clearly is the best Big Brother player of all time. Even after winning a season, he went to the final 2 for a second time. No other player has ever done that in Big Brother history. Dan is the only player ...more
Dan is the best player to play this game. Yes, over the Evil Dr Will Kirby, the puppet master. Why? Dan played a game in season 10 as the good/fun guy and threw competitions so he seemed weak. He came alive late in the season when it meant the most and won competitions. Also, he formed a great and loyal alliance with Memphis. In season 14, he entered the game as a coach and became a player at the reset, in which the game was restarted with the 8 remaining house guests and the 4 coaches all now playing the game to total a new game of 12. This instantly made him a target, but used manipulation to stay around. He stabbed people in the back constantly and even hosted his own funeral of game play to get Jenn to use the veto on him. To one fault, he swore on the bible, which I felt took it to far. He also had one of the biggest blindsides in BB history in evicting Shane.
So is he better than Will? They both played the game twice, Dans stats are 1st and 2nd place while Wills are 1st and ...more
Best player in the history of this game. He never had a vote cast against him and he won season 10 by a unanimous 7-0 vote. He also came in 2nd in season 14! The only other person to make it to the final 2 twice is paul abrahamian, but he lost both times while Dan won one of his seasons. In all-stars will had an alliance member from day one because boogie was with him again. In both of Dan's season's he didn't have alliance members straight from day one he actually had to created bonds and make his own alliance members without being handed them the second time around. He also should have won bb14 but he was robbed by a bitter jury.
Dr. Will is obviously the best Big Brother player. During his season there was no such thing as veto. When he was on the block he stayed there and still managed to escape eviction. Nicole and Hardy hated him at moments and he STILL was not evicted from the house. People will say that he did not win competitions but I can remember him saying in season 2 that he did not want to win. A person that can win competitions is great but someone who just has to talk to make their way to the end is simply magic to watch. He is the reason that Boogie won All-Star season (Personally, I don't think Boogie is a great player, sue me. ) I love Dan (2nd best) but Dan would not have gotten as far in either of his seasons without winning competitions.
The key difference between Will and Dan's second game was that Dan only made it to the top two because he befriended some new players, whereas Will played against only other Big Brother Veterans, and still made the final four. The fact he was evicted doesn't damage his credibility at all (as Boogie went on to win), it's the fact he found a way to get there at all, as the only winner to ever get a second chance up to that point, that is truly impressive.
Dan's not bad, but his second season was too easy. Will had to use every fiber of his power to get through his. Also had he made the final two, he would've won again. Dan just plain didn't. Big Brother contestants aren't stupid, they vote for better players.
The reason Will is a better player than Dan is because Will was the original puppetmaster. Dan simply modified Will's strategy from "everyone hates me so you need to keep me" to "I'm weak so you need to keep me". Without Will, there is no Dan. And sure, Dan should've won season 14 and become the two time winner, however, the only reason that Dan was able to do that (and this is something the Dan supporters forget) was because he was playing a season with a couple veterans, but mostly new players. Will's second season was against all stars and every one was a giant threat. Will survived a long time for entering the house as the only winner against all veterans. Dan didn't go in as the only winner.
Everyone who ever played against Dr. Will (except Boogie) was a complete idiot. At first he was outcasted and only had one alliance partner, to then have the best alliance to ever be in Big Brother. Then he um WON season two and went on to season seven years later. He was given the name "the puppet master" and he made it to the final four in season seven! Everyone talked game about "Oh we're gonna get rid of him." But did it ever happen!? Well yea actually when Erika convinced Janelle to kick him out, but it took them a while! Also he was in the first alliance where both people won there own season! HE IS AMAZING!
Hands down, the best player of Big Brother ever, all the way around. She is intelligent, competitive, loyal, strategic, and she beat the odds against her from the time she entered the BB House. She deserved to win season 6 and 7!
I believe Janelle is the best player ever in big brother. She is known as the best player who has never won the game but her game play and her competition wins makes her the best of all time if you ask me. You don't have to be a manipulator to win the game or be the best. Janelle was loyal to every single person in her alliance up until the end. Everybody knew where she stood & knew what a target she was and she still managed to stay until the final 3. She also outplayed Dr. Will & evicted him from all-stars. If Janelle had won the final HOH she would have won Season 6 & Season 7.
Janelle is by far the best player to ever play big brother. She dominated every competition there was. It was insane. She was always in the minority and managed to make it to the end twice. She should have won both season 6 and 7. She could fake her emotions and make people think she was weak and dumb, but she killed endurance and intelligence comps. She pitted houseguests against each other and worked her butt off to make it so far.
If Jim Brown can be considered the greatest football player ever without winning the super bowl and Citizen Kane can be considered the greatest movie ever without winning the academy award for best picture, then this buxom blonde can be the greatest BB player ever without winning BB.
She made it to the final 3 in two seasons by being one of the biggest targets in the game. She won more competitions than anyone else in BB history and played an integral role in the alliances she had.
Played the best strategy ever used in Big Brother history. She created a secret alliance with the most likeable guy in the house. She acted as if she was in an alliance with one side of the house and Jason on the opposite side and fed each other info while no one discovered their pairing. If either side won HOH, they would convince them not to put the other up. She used the "keep your mouth shut and your ears open" approach and everyone thought she was a weak player, hence why she was never nominated. Had there been a jury, I know for a fact we would be talking about the winner of BB3.
Her strategy was flawless. She did what no other BB player has achieved which was to be as innocent as a dove but sly as a snake. She aligned herself with Jason while keeping it a secret from the houseguests and was able to make it with him to the final 3, by displaying a weak persona to the rest of the house, manipulating houseguests and being very perceptive at the same time. When Lisa won the final HOH and took her to the finals, she should of won but the jury was bitter because of her diary room confessions. When Big Brother realized that she was the most robbed player in the games history, they decided to make a jury house. For this reason, she has to always be regarded as the greatest femail to ever play Big Brother.
With Danielle losing BB3 to Lisa just shows poor sportsmanship because the houseguests hated Danielle for her ruthless acts and they forgot she did this all for her family. Lisa however didn't deserve a single penny out of that half million because she only did three things you can remember 1. She created peanut butter bikinis 2. She slept with Eric and 3. She floated. Picking a bartender over a mother is plain cruel. And her all star season her villainess status changed she was less villainous but still willing to win and made it to top 6
The first robbed goddess of Big Brother. went unnominated to the final 3 with her secret f2 alliance. lost only because the jury was able to see her DR confessions.
Derrick has been running the entire house, undetected, from Day 1. When Nicole finally caught on, he orchestrated her eviction. The other players are so blind that Derrick is the one making the nominations and choosing who leaves each week, all while acting through others so that nothing can be pinned back on him. His social game is OUTRAGEOUS and far above anyone elses this season and most seasons past. He's going into the final 4 with NO nominations thus far and a good reputation with the people going with him. Jury members have started to figure it out, starting with Hayden and Nicole who were promptly booted one after the other, not coincidentally.
Will was the self-proclaimed puppet master in season 2 and 7, but in season 2 he was actually the most targeted and hated player. Dan was never nominated because he was viewed as the low man on the totem pole and never a threat. Dan never "controlled" the house and was never making any decisions, but rather making the best decision for himself all game. Derrick has done something that no other houseguest has ever achieved. Derrick has single-handedly puppeted every single player this season, having a say in every single eviction and was NEVER nominated over the course of 55 combined nominations and renominations.
Derrick has not only played the weak card as Dan and Will did, he has played the mastermind, the puppeteer and the kingpin, but was never taken out by his own alliance a la Matt Hoffman, Kaysar and other alliance leaders. With Derrick winning BB16 he has solidified as the third member of tier 1 Big Brother players essentially playing a perfect game.
Derrick had been manipulating the whole house the entire time while allowing either Frankie, Zach, or Beast Mode to think they were running it. He always got what he wanted, but allowed others to take the fall for it. He was able to complete the Team America missions while keeping that a secret, even from Cody. Whenever anyone started to see Derrick was truly the mastermind he would cause them to go out the next week. The entire jury reliesed that and that's why he won. Although he wasn't a competition beast like Beast Mode and Frankie, he was able to avoid being put up on the block by influencing the HOH to put up other people. Yes Dan was never voted against, but Derrick never gave people the option to vote against him. Derrick definitely deserve to be known as the best player ever, but if not that title than the only suitable one for Derrick is second place to Dan
Derrick is SO good at Big Brother that he's almost TO good. He ended up making the season boring because it was very clear from about the third week that Derrick was going to win. He was good at compititions, but not good enough that he was seen as a threat. He managed to make everyone he was alligned with feel like they mattered and he needed them, assuring that no one would turn on him. He was able to make people who were no where near as dangerous as him much larger targets (Donny, Frankie, Nicole, Zach, etc). Not counting the final three, he was never nominated, an immpressive feat considering that the BoB twist made even more people get nominated at once. And to top it all of, he was a master at sending people out of the house thinking positivley of him. No one left the house thinking "Derrick got me out, what a jerk" they were thinking "Derrick got me out, damn he's good". While Derrick might seem like a slam dunk for the next All Stars, he might not be in it, because he's SO ...more
Terrible player. Used the loudmouth tactics to get what he wanted, yet at the same time kept putting a bigger target on his back. Wouldn't have won if it wasn't for the America's Player twist, and Danielle. Players like Russel, Amanda, and Zack who used this same strategy were not successful because they were not in a rigged season. This proves that this strategy is not good to use.
1st season 8/ had to leave season 13. He was an good overall player good social game he was a good competitor and won over the jury even though he gave them a hard time in the house. Season 13 he made a good alliance had a great start could have won. Personally my favorite!
I love the guy and if he played the way he did WITHOUT America's player existing, then he would be this high on this list. however, the twist was a huge reason why he did not go home final 9 or final 7 and possibly lost to daniele which shouldn't make him as high on this list as he really is.
I'm sure no other HG will ever compare or come close to Evel Dick again. His antics and his tyrants wrecked havoc, breathed fear in the other HGs throughout season 8. I enjoyed it because while controversial it was still great T.V.. Not to mention a lot of antics were to protect not only himself but his daughter Daniele. He won BB8 in a 5-2 vote. One of my favorite players ever in BB.
Boogie is the bomb and has at times had the same drive to win just like Dr. Will, but him and Dr. Will had targets on their backs all season seven and still had Boogie win, he is definitely the best because he won all-stars. Winners have even thought he was a huge threat, hence why he didn't want to enter the house as a houseguest in season 14 and he was the only coach to not vote to join the game, he knew he was too big of a threat, Dan played a dirty game lying to everyone, Boogie is definitely the legend I would want to have on my alliance, him and Frank lasted longer in the house in season 14 than they should have. He is definitely the best player in the game ever
Mike Boogie won for three reasons:
1. Fake Showmance with Erika
2. Lied to everyone's face (With the exception of Will and George)
3. Road Wills coattail
This goes to show how playing dirty can help you win this game and Mike certainly is a legend of that.
Most annoying, big headed, pathetic and self loathing person not only in big brother but in life. I literally can't rewatch any season he's in because he's that annoying and ugly.
He was one of the best players like his best friend, DR. Wil, and was able to manipulate Erika in the all star season and made it to the final four with wil, and won the game.
She is by far the best competitor in BB History. She has the record for most veto wins in a season in BB8 and in BB13, she only played 5 comps and basically won 4. she won 2 HOHs when she was the biggest target in the house and unfortunately she had to waste the 2nd one on Brendon AGAIN because he came back, otherwise Rachel or Jeff would've been gone and she probably wouldve won the season. Technically she lost 3 comps in BB13 but she threw 2 of them. The first HOH, she and Rachel were the last two, and Dani wasn't even close to falling, but Rachel begged her and since they were in an alliance, Dani threw it to her. The other comp that she "lost" was the veto in her 2nd HOH. She was destroying everyone else and the only people left were her, Jeff and Adam. Everyone in the house knew she was going to win that veto, and she was going to save adam and backdoor brendon, but Adam begged her, and she gave the veto to him, because she was gonna save him anyways. She is also very strategic ...more
In my opinion she is the whole package and I think she is the only player in BB history to have the whole package. Will is just social and strategic, janelle is only physical, dan is social, strategic, and physical when he wants to be, dick strategic and physical, danielle (bb3) social, strategic and alright physically and dani donato social, strategic, and the best competitor in my opinion. Sucks she had to play with a bunch of dumbasses except for shelly.
I have watched the entrie BB8 and people say that she rode Dicks coat tails but really she was the Donato's secret weapon and at least had the right ideas like trying to backdoor Eric. But her problem in 13 was she was too worried about being seen as a coattail rider and was too desperate to play the game hard. So she basically screws up Week 3, gets lucky with the comps for 3 weeks and is taken out the first opportunity. I don't think she's a bad player but not as good as I used to think
Daniele showed superior gameplay throughout the season such as her alliance with the Late Night Crew, which she potentially picked them off one by one. It was a great move for her to gain the information of the alliance's plans and use that against them. Also, she carried her dad all the way to the end with the giant target on her back with those competition wins.
Vanessa played a fantastic game. She controlled nearly every eviction, from beginning to end. She won 4 Head of Household competitions, and 3 Power of Vetoes. She ruled the beginning portion of the game with her alliance called "The Sixth Sense." They were in power up until Week 6, when James put Shelli and Clay on the block together, causing one member to leave with Shelli following the week after Clay. She had deals with nearly everyone. Covering her almost with almost everyone. Making deals with whoever, and everyone she went to fell for it. Up until the Final 3, she was able to control decisions, save herself with the veto, and win extremely important Head of Household to make dire moves furthering her game. She was able to talk her way out of tough situations when she was practically out the door. Overall, she played a fantastic game, socially, physically, mentally.
She was in control of the entire game and everyone knew it, but no one did anything about it except for Becky in week 7. She controlled almost every eviction. And to me what was most impressive was when she was on the block week 7 next to Shelli and everyone, in my house at least, thought she was out the door. She was able to get everyone in the house on her side and get saved with not even 1 vote to evict. And then on top of that the next 3 people to go were all in on the original plan to get her out! I hated her on the show cause I rooted for Johnny Mac the whole time but looking back she played an incredible game and is one of the best players in BB history
One of the best, most manipulative players of the show. Changed the course of the game almost every week, the way she misted Julia into choosing Austin to play against her in the final 6 veto challenge is probably on top 3 of the best moves in the history of Big Brother. Her being 1 question away from winning the final HOH and the game was so depressing.
She's a mastermind poker player who knows how to make people feel sorry for herself so they won't evict her. Later on in the season, people began to notice this, which was why she was evicted by Steve in the final 3. He could've taken her to final 3, and won with a possibly unanimous vote, but he did it because she didn't deserve it. Steve was nice enough to give Liz the 50,000 dollar 2nd place prize.
Very intelligent player who executed an incredible social game. Used her cooking skills and information about the entire house in her hands that made her a very good player. Manipulated Alison into doing her bidding and realized that her only chance of winning was to sit with Alison at the end even though she hated Alison just because the jury was very bitter and hated Alison more than Jun. one of the most calculated games I've ever seen and she deserves way more credit than she is actually getting. My favorite player of all time!
Best player in her season and perfected the floater strategy. She played a great social game and always booted people off that were bad for her game. Her alliance with Jee helped propel her to the top and her alliance with Allison to final two caused her win. Basically had control of the votes swinging back and forth between two teams. Also, the first person of color to win the game and would remain so for a long time!
Jun is an amazing player she is known for perfecting the floater strategy plus her game was nearly flawless she was never endanger of being eliminated. Using cooking in the kitchen to listen to others strategy was great and because of that she was always in a comfortable position. She also made a finale 2 pact with the most hated player that season to ensure her win. She was the best thing of BB4.
Played a nearly flawless social game and was the most intelligent in the house. Rachel Riley and her overrated "gameplay" with production rigging her win. THIS girl deserves way more respect and credit than she gets. One of the only players who actually played the game to win money instead of playing for being liked by America. Fantastic player and she should be a Big Brother Icon!
A lil luck? The cat that wrote this article is so bias. That Pandora's box was put in effect just so she could win. The writer of this article clearly favors competition beasts. Because Rachel's social and mental game simply sucked. And had it not been for basically everyone else, we would have forgotten about her twice. Earlier you said lisa Donahue did nothing. What she didn't do is have the game given to her by the producers. Rachel wasn't even a good villain, she was annoying. She even said she was a target from the gate. Did she forget the game is on t.v. and everyone knows that's a lie. I'm sorry, but some of your picks aren't good at the game of big brother, but rather good at big brother competitions.
Rachel is awesome I loved her from the time she stepped in the big brother 12 house. Then she met Brendon loved her even more. I cried when she was evicted because I just loved her attude toward ther people in the house. When she walked back in the big brother 13 house I screamed I was so excited. Cried when Brendon was evicted 3 time in 12 months. That has to be a record. Screamed when Rachel won 13 and was surprised when Shelly voted for her.
Probably the only person in big brother history that was both an emotional train wreck and a very good big brother player at the same time. How she won Big Brother 13 was a little bit of luck (in the form of convenient twists) and a lot of heart and determination. Would not be surprised if the producers asked the red head to come back for a third outing.
Love or hate her she deserved to win BB13. After not being very well liked in BB12 for her villain-like game play on likeable houseguests, she returned to the veterans vs newbies season where she won 4HOHs and 2POVs. She had no problem getting under fan favorite and rival Daniele Donato's skin on many occasions. The newbies didn't make it easy for her to win a half million but stood tall on finale night after besting Porsche. I'll take she, Daniele and Janelle on my team any day as fierce female competitors.
He honestly had the potential to be the best player of all time. The problem was that he had to do what America told him to do, and the remarkable thing about it was that no matter what he had to do, he found a way to not only make that happen, but keep himself in the game despite the target it put on him. He was able to flip alliances at any time to get America what they wanted, but unfortunately for him, at the top five, he was eliminated by the people America made him save, who he otherwise would've evicted weeks earlier.
He would be the greatest ever if he wasn't America's player. He navigated his game around his AP status while aligning with the right people at the right times. Sadly, America made him save ED and Daniele so many times and they took him and Jess out near the end. He deserves a second chance it's a shame he's not on AS2
I loved Eric! For sure my favorite player to play the game. He definitely had the potential to win the game with his smart tactics but unfortunately the America's Player ruined some of his potential. None the less, he was the master of persuasion and did the best a houseguest could possibly do in that position.
It sucks how much he couldn't do because of america's player. When he won the point of view and wanted to use it to backdoor one of the Donato's he wasnt allowed to because America couldn't vote. Even Dick said that Eric was the only other person other than him and Daniele that could have won BB8. He has to come back for all stars 2
How is Ian not in the top five? Ian eliminated one of the best players in Big Brother history (Mike Boogie).
His season was very difficult since it included strong players like Shane, Danielle and Dan himself yet Ian still survived. Ian had a target on his back since day one, people were scared and intimidated of him since he was a super fan and very intelligent. On top of that, Ian beat Dan in the finale. Dan is considered to be THE best player ever yet Ian still beat him, by six votes. Although many people do say that this was just because the jury was "bitter" that just proves my point. Dan played a dirty game and upset a lot of people. Ian played a clean, strategic game and managed to not piss any of the jurors off. That is an important skill and is why he won his season. Therefore, Ian does not deserve to be sitting at number eleven in this list, he deserves to be in at least the top five.
Survived an early scare, and then positioned himself extremely well going down the line. Ian was in a "golden" position from Day 4 all the way to Day 48 -- the only people really going after him were people that would never be able to win HoH (Jenn, Joe, Ashley), while the ones that could win comps and wanted him out were evicted very quickly (JoJo, Willie, Janelle).
Sure he was clueless of any voting dynamics from Day 62 onward, but that's only 13 days of game, and he had a very good grasp (if not the best) of voting dynamics during the first 62 days. Also, to his credit, it doesn't really matter, as he nearly won out from Final 9 onward. $500, 000 well-earned.
Ian didn't deserve to win over Dan but does not mean he is a bad player. He laid low after his week 1 scare and aligned with Dan, Danielle, Shane, and Brit AKA the four most powerful players to be his shields while he dominated comps in the jury phase. Dan played better strategically but you can't deny Ian is a great player.
I hate that a lot of superfans want to discredit Ian's win because the bitter jury didn't give it to Dan twice. Ian did everything right that Dan did not. He had a better social game, more comps and the gamer in him took the best player final 2 instead of Danielle! Dan wasn't the only one who played better this season. Ian said once in order to win sometimes you have to beat the best. He did that and I respect him for that.
Memphis was very underrated he had a huge target on his back after winning the car and still made it to final two. I think Memphis and Dan had an equal part in getting the renegades to the end.
"Played a good physical game, and a pretty good social game too. Also him and Dan made one of the best alliances ever"
Memphis is a great lover
Hayden was an animal at the game he won 4HOHs he made the correct half million dollar choice with lane instead of Enzo and he was a member of one of the greatest alliance ever, the Brigade.
Won competitions while having a strong social game Dr Will and Dan didn't win as much comps as Hayden did. Hayden also made smart decisions throughout the game. He will definitely win the next BB All Stars
Hands down my favourite player in Big Brother! Personally I think Dan is the best but I couldn't vote against Hayden!
A decent winner, used a leader strategy to take the best alliance the show has ever seen to the end.
Nakomis, in my opinion, is one of the best players ever to enter the Big Brother house. She was a very capable competitor, winning 3 Head of Households and winning the Power of Veto to save herself from the block. Not only that, but she had a strong alliance, of which she was the unspoken leader. The main reason I believe she is such a strong strategist and player, can be said in four words: the six finger plan. This plan was one of the most initiative and intelligent ideas ever conjured up in the show's history. And if it wasn't for her, we wouldn't have what is now considered 'backdooring'.
Along with Danielle and Janelle, I consider Nakomis one of the best players to never win. Everyone remembers the six finger plan/backdooring, but she had more then that to her. The houses first impressions where that she was just some weird goth chick who would probably get axed first. But she ends up the leader of the majority Allaince, and dethrones Jase, which left everyone cheering. If the Pinky Swear Allaince didn't get so paranoid and start ga kata ing each other, we would be talking about the winner of Big Brother 5
People seem to forget how huge of an impact Nakomis had on the game. Lets put it this way: Her Six FInger Plan was Big Brother's equivelent to Richard Hatch creating the first ever alliance. The Six Finger Plan remains my favorite BB moment ever, heck possible my favorite moment in reality T.V. ever. And the fact that it was Jase of all people on the receiving end of it made it so much better. She was the smartest person in the room and no one even knew it. Hands down, my favorite housegeast of all time.
For the first few seasons, it was safe to assume that the people originally put on the block were the original targets of the HoH. Nakomis completely shattered that notion. The Six Finger Plan, now refered to as backdooring, was complete an utter genuis. She took out her main target (Jase) without him seeing it coming for a second, and she managed to hide her alliance at the same time. since then backdooring has become a pivatol part of the game. Every time someone gets backdoored, Nakomis should get a dollar
Most strategic player in his alliance, The Brigade. Played most of the house into being his allies.
Created a lie about his wife being sick for sympathy, could have worked very well if he got to the end. Probably could have won if he hadn't lost the Brigade's trust.
One of the most underrated players in BB history. Matt was loyal and got stabbed in the back by his alliance. Up until the point he went home he carried his alliance. He won HOH every other week ensuring safety to his alliance members and made big moves to keep them safe.
One of favourite players not bias here but he has played a good game
He's held one of the most precious possessions in big brother the diamond power of veto I was afraid he was about to go home in that eviction then Brendan the idiot was shocked and thank god that phony Kathy went home before he did
Did not play the game, however it was her personality in the house that helped her win the game. Won for 3 reasons. First she had Jeff who was a bigger target than her, and at the same time it was tough to get him out. Second of all, she is probably recognized as the most nicest person in big brother history so who would have anything against her in the house? Third of all, she was a weak player and competitor so everyone would want to take her to the final two.
One of the best social games ever. Everyone gives her crap for having no strategic game and say she made no moves. She tricked Kevin into evicting Michelle instead of her and told Kevin that she would take him to final 2 and that was a lie that ended up winning her $500,000. Very smart girl with a great social game. Very good big brother player, almost won twice for a reason.
Believe it or not I honestly do think she is way smarter then what she presented herself, remembering part 2 of the finale night challenge I literally thought she was going to lose the memory comp but pulled it literally almost out of thin air (seemingly) and won the 3 part and took out Kevin who was the games front runner. Whatever you say she played almost under the radar won when absolutely necessary and kept a perfect social game.
She was the Nicest Player in big brother history and had a great social game-she also won comps. She also didn't let anyone tell her what to do.
Britney is one of the most underrated players in Big Brother history.
In her first season, she managed to convince her biggest enemies (Brendan and Rachel) that she was in their pocket and probably would have had their jury votes in addition to Matt and Regan. She was a fierce competitor, winning 4 POVs and an HoH, and was well liked by everybody. She was the underdog hero that probably won if it wasn't for the Brigade (and even then, if her or Lane had won the final four veto, she would have beaten Lane or Hayden in the final 2).
In her second time around, she wasn't as much a competition beast as a power broker. She had the entire house invested in her and still managed to keep the target off her back. It was only a combination of Dan's brilliance and Frank's idiocy that sent her home.
Finally, she's the undisputed QUEEN of the Diary Room. Enough said.
Dan Gheesling himself, in his website blog, wrote "As if the combination of being able to win challenges and having a pulse on the entire house wasn't enough, she was able to wrap people around her (tiny) fingers. Britney had Shane locked down until his showmance got in the way. She also had Ian on a very tight leash (pun intended) and what was more impressive, is that Ian seemed to enjoy doing her bidding at any time...because of all these reasons is why she scared me most in this game and earned the #1 ranking amongst all the houseguests this season."
Britney won competitions when she needed to! She was entertaining! Plus she played phenomenal social games both seasons 12 and 14 which ultimately got her to jury twice. She was in the best position in the big brother house the week of her eviction and had she not have been evicted, she would have made the final two! Britney is a legend at the game and is the funniest house guest to ever play Big Brother! Her coments in the diary room have been lauded as the best ever, comments such as "Nobody in fact we'd rather hang ouseleves" "I lost my dignity on a slippery weiner" and infamously putting on extensions to imitate houseguest Rachel Reilly are moments that go down in the most memorable moments of all time in Big Brother! All of this allowed her to become one of the most liked big brother house guests of all time!
When she wasn't making the people watching at home laugh hysterically (my personal favorite line is, "You're a homosapian Brendan, you're not a wizard"), she was playing a strong social, and even a pretty strong physical game (winning 3 vetos and 1 HOH). Even though she didn't know about the Brigade she still managed to weasel in between it and in the end she had Lane wrapped around her finger. I truly believe the only reason she didn't win in Season 12 was because she didn't win that top 4 HOH/veto. In Season 14 she was a lot weaker, challenge wise, but, like the Brigade in her past season, her alliance dominated and was running the show, up until Frank realized what a threat she was and took her out. Hands down the most underrated Big Brother player to date.
Let's put him, Donny Thompson, Janelle, Daniele Donato, Shane Meaney, and Brenden Villegas into one season to finally settle this once and for all: who is the king (or queen) of The Power of Veto? He was a threat to his competition, and was evicted mid-season in BB6 when Howie made one of the dumbest game moves as a Head of Household ever. A year later, he had the same amount of luck, as he was stopped short in the jury for putting his trust in the hands of Batman and Robin of the All-Star house. Great Guy, Bad Luck, I'd love to see him back some day.
Holds the record for the most point of view wins in history. He was a target throughout Season 6 because of him playing both sides of the house. When he tried aligning himself with Ivette he all but ruined his chance at a half million. Still a great competitor in my book.
Best veto player to step into big brother. Changed the way big brother ran the veto competition by having random draw rather houseguest choice. James is the king of veto and should be ranked at least in top 10.
Can't believe that dumbass Brittney is ahead of the veto king! Jordan Lloyd and Ian Terry included!
He was kind, consistent, and strategic. I didn't like him voting Diane out, but every other move he made is the reason his win was well-deserved.
Drew is the most criminally underrated player of all time! He was never at actual risk, created a dominating alliance, then flipped on that alliance, convinced cowboy to evict his sister to go to the final 3 with a showmance, aligned with Diane early even though he was gay, sniped down Diane, yet still had the twins and Diane campaigning for him on jury. He created the social game that we know and love today.
Drew played probably one of the best games to play
1) He was selected for every Veto competition and back then the HOH and nominees selected the competitors for veto.
2) He was never a final nominee for eviction. Meaning he never faced the chopping block.
3) He was the first Houseguest to set the records for most HOH's (4 and this record has only been tied not broken)
He played an amazing game.
Flipping on his alliances and booting some of his closest pals helped this quiet guy win Season 5. Being likeable, handsome, and under the radar didn't hurt either.
After having to save himself with a point of view and BOTB win the first two weeks, Steve laid low the whole prejury phase. Unfortunately, Becky caught onto his game and he had to start winning comps. Steve aligned himself with Vanessa which was key in saving himself at the final 5 and he won his way to the end and won against Liz. Wish he came back but he has said numerous times he wouldn't play again.
While Steve did play a good game, he definitely is not one of the best players. Sure, his strategy of laying low and winning when necessary was great, but people give him to much credit. Separating Austwins in F6 was not that big of a move. He was aligned with John and Vanessa the most so going after them was not going to happen. He is top 10 winners, but not top 10 players.
Did absolutely nothing for the first 3/4 of the game and snuck out a couple wins in the last 2 weeks to keep himself in the running. Had no sort of power in any alliance and honestly wouldn't have won over most people in the house. The smartest move he made was getting rid of BB legend Vanessa before the final 2 so he was sitting next to Liz who did even less than steve.
He laid low for the first half of the game, helping out with votes when he needed to. It wasn't until the second half that he truly went all out, winning four hoh's, getting rid of jackie, splitting up the austwins, and the coup de gras, evicting vanessa, who should be on this list in her own right, which put the final nail in the coffin for him to win Big Brother 17.
Although many have since tried and failed, Alison Irwin is the only houseguest in history to use her looks and flirting to take the Big Brother house by storm. Whether she was swapping spit with Nathan or climbing into bed and making out with her ex Justin, Alison had most of the guys under her spell at one point or another in the game and ran that house. Not to mention, she was a good competitor and won a number of competitions to boot. She only lost because the jury was bitter and didn't approve of her or the way she played the game, and she stands next to Danielle Reyes as the most robbed houseguest of all time.
I hate how people base her off of all stars she is one of the best players ever she deserved to win season way more than anyone else I'd rank her in top 5 based off her flirting strategy, and great knowledge of how to play the game..
I would not call Alison robbed because Jun played an amazing game too! If Alison sat with Robert or Erika in the finale and lost, then she WOULD be the second most robbed. But Jun deserved to win as much as Alison.
The reason why season 4 sucked was because there was no entertainment except for her. Basically her job was being deceitful, sleeping with multiple amounts of men, spying on people, and backstabbing. Definitely the best on BB4
Frank is a great Big Brother player, beloved by the fans. Week 1, he got screwed by a scheming liar named Willie Hantz. Luckily, Boogie and he convinced the house to keep him over Kara, someone who wasn't a threat at all. The next week, he won HOH and after that, his arch-nemesis Willie was expelled for being violent. So, he nominated Britney's team and eventually evicted Jojo. In Week 3, he nearly got out, but he was thankfully saved by the Coaches twist. In the next week, he formed an alliance called the Silent Six, consisting of him, Boogie, Danielle, Dan, Shane, and Britney. They blindsided a huge threat Janelle. The next week, he wins HOH again! He nominates two floaters and one of them gets evicted, so he gets respect for that. Then, Shane won HOH and nominated him. He won point of view like a boss, but his closest ally was evicted. Then, the Fast Forward happened and he won point of view, throwing Ian's plans in the trash. But it caused his showmance to be evicted. This left ...more
I agree that Frank was trustworthy and an animal during comps, Dan went too far with some of his deception. YOU should be able to LIE without swearing on the bible, on your wedding ring, or on your children. That becomes tasteless, & classless.
One of the best competitors in Big Brother History. Target since day 1. Only got to cast a vote twice through 64 days in the house because he was either HoH or on the Block. Helped get out on the best players of all time Janelle. With the help of his Chilltown partner Mike Boogie.
If there ever is an All Stars 2 in the future he deserves to be there. Week after week he was a target because of his athletic abilities and his association with Mike Boogie. He might have placed 7th if given a second chance I think he'll make the most of it.
Remember, Jason was Never nominated. He was only evicted in final 3 by default. That alone is a remarkable achievement. The only other two house guests to have gone through an entire season without being nominated are BB legends Danielle Reyes and Derrick. His loyalty to Danielle undoubtedly helped make her the legend that she is. Danielle's game didn't go too far in All Stars when she didn't have her "Jason".
He kept his head and his alliance. Being able to stay loyal and stay quite got him and Danielle through season 3. Best alliance ever.
Great social game and worked with BB legend Danielle as they both ripped through the house in bb3. His golden boy charm got him to F3.