August 03, 2011 06:31 PM by Ryan Haidet
I’ve never met a girl named Brendon in my entire life. But on Big Brother 13, Brendon is proving to be the first girl to ever go by that name. Yes, it’s fine for guys to be emotional, but he is such a wimpy whiner that it’s getting tougher and tougher to watch him. I mean, her. Anyway, tonight’s episode kicked off with Brendon and Rachel crying over the fact they were nominated for eviction. While telling Rachel he is always with her even if he’s not by her side, he vowed to win the Power of Veto so he could remove her from the chopping block. Did he get his wish? Read on to find out!
To try and cover her tracks for next week, Daniele went and apologized to Rachel for the nominations. “I really hope that you don’t take anything personal,” Daniele said. Rachel then asked Daniele how it isn’t personal when she is clearly targeting herself and her lover. She did tell Daniele that the choice to nominate them was a big-game move, but then in confessional promised to come after Daniele next week as hard as she can. “Daniele is such a mean girl,” Rachel complained. “She turned on our alliance. She’s such a snake.”
Power of Veto
Porsche, Jeff and Adam were selected to participate in the PoV competition alongside Daniele, Brendon and Rachel. It was a pretty cool competition involving previous challenges. The contestants had to write down the fastest time they could complete a variation of a challenge from earlier in the season. If they wrote down the fastest time, they then had to prove it. If they could pull it off in the amount of time they wrote down, then the person who wrote down the longest time would be eliminated.
Just as he promised to do, Brendon wound up winning the PoV. This is when Rachel rushed over and jumped up in his arms. Thanks for slowing that moment down, CBS. Yuck! Daniele’s explanation of the whole scenario? “Disgusting.”
While Brendon knew he was going to use the PoV to save Rachel from the chopping block, he decided to act like he was going to spare himself instead. That way Daniele would have to switch up her decision at the last minute on a replacement nominee when he actually used it on Rachel. He even lied to Jeff and Jordan about his plan by telling them he planned to use the Veto to save himself.
I hate to admit this here, but the next move by Brendon and Rachel was actually very smart. They approached Daniele and asked if she was still willing to work out a deal with them. Brendon told her that he was using the Veto on himself, but then asked her to pick a floater as a replacement nominee. That way Rachel could stay in the house on the concept that the other contestants would vote to eliminate said floater.
Knight In Shining Armor
Step aside, Sir Lancelot — here comes Brendon Villegas to save the day. A true knight in shining armor. Go ahead and gag. The rest of America is. Just as he promised, Brendon did in fact use the PoV to save Rachel from elimination. Daniele immediately chose Jordan as a replacement nominee.
With that, Brendon has most certainly stuck a sharp sword through his own heart in the Big Brother game. Another elimination comes tomorrow night along with a special guest visit from Evel Dick.
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