August 02, 2005 11:18 PM by Joe Blackmon
It’s starting to look like that after pulling the greatest strategic move in Big Brother history that Kaysar Ridha will follow Eric Littmann out of the house. After Maggie Ausburn puts Kaysar Ridha and James Rhine up for nomination, Kaysar’s biggest hope is the power of veto competion.
The power of veto competition is called “couch potato.” Houseguests throw tennis balls at TV sets with the goal of turning the TV on and turning it to channel five. With James’ help, Sarah Hrejsa easily wins the competition.
After the power of veto competition, the houseguests find quarters in the house that they use in the giant gumball machine. Six of the houseguests receive tickets from the gumball machine. The tickets give the houseguests the opportunity to compete in a luxury competition. The six houseguest holding tickets divide into two teams of three. The teams compete in screwing in light bulbs to spell out a word. The team of Jennifer Vasquez, Sarah Hrejsa, and Rachel Plencner wins by spelling out the word “sold out.”
Kaysar tries to make a deal with Maggie to save himself. He tells Maggie that she won’t be nominated next week if she puts up someone on her own team after the power of veto is used, but Maggie appears to be focused on revenging Eric and getting Kaysar out of the house.
In the power of veto ceremony, Sarah takes her boyfriend James off the block. Maggie then nominates Janelle Pierzina to replace James. The outlook is bleak for Kaysar, but there is always hope that the surprise twist for Thursday could save Kaysar. The surprise twist is supposed to change the course of the game. Could it be that viewers will be allowed to vote for who they want eliminated from the game? Our prediction though is that it is more likely that viewers will be allowed to vote someone back in rather than vote someone out.