September 08, 2011 07:12 PM by Ryan Haidet
Host Julie Chen summed up tonight’s episode of Big Brother 13 the best: “Adam has finally become Head of Household, which means he can no longer follow the power. He is the power.” I have to admit, it was weird seeing Adam in the power position tonight. It kind of reminded me of the first time I saw Al Roker after all of his weight loss — it just seemed too different from what I’ve been used to. The only difference between Adam and Al Roker, I liked seeing Roker’s weight loss. I was bored watching Adam in power. Who did he nominate for eviction and who made it to the final three? Read on to find out!
Nominees & PoV
After each of the final three women took their time to work on Adam in an effort to spare themselves from the chopping block, he nominated Porsche and Jordan for eviction. Adam’s speech after the nominations was a bit ridiculous. He said that the best night he had in the Big Brother house all summer came when he won the Power of Veto and saved himself from eviction. He said he wanted to give them both the opportunity to have that feeling since neither of them have done that yet. But Adam, you only won that competition because Jeff purposely lost it so Brendon could be evicted. Some glorious victory, dude.
Then, at the final PoV competition of the season, all four players had to match names of all the contestants with certain events that happened in the house. When the dust settled and the battle was over, Porsche won the PoV and a ticket to the final three. In the Diary Room after the competition, Rachel was crying that two floaters — Adam and Porsche — were making it to the final three. “I’m just so mad at myself for not doing better,” Rachel cried. “I deserve to go.” As Rachel continued to cry in the Purple Room, Jordan tried to comfort her by saying that she would be the likely target. Jordan then tried to tell Rachel that if she makes it to the final three that she would win.
Another Live Eviction
At the live PoV meeting, Porsche obviously pulled herself off of the chopping block, which automatically made Rachel the replacement nominee. When Rachel and Jordan both made their potentially final statements, they were each extremely kind to Adam. Both praised him for being a very good person. The most interesting moment came when Jordan said she knew it was going to be her going home. And it was true. Porsche rose to her feet and vocally cast the single vote to evict Jordan. After she walked out of the house, Porsche, Rachel and Adam embraced in a big group hug.
The Final HoH
As the show came to a close, the final three were all standing on small platforms above a pool of a butter-like substance. The platforms then spun around in circles like a giant blender. The last person standing would win the first part of the final HoH competition, which gave them a spot in the final part of the HoH competition. As the challenge continued, the platform dipped into the yellow pool below. The credits started to roll as all three contestants kept on spinning.
Who do you think will win the first part of the final HoH? Who do you hope makes it to the final two? Who do you think will win the game? There’s only one episode left — the 90-minute finale next Wednesday night, which comes immediately after the premiere of Survivor: South Pacific. There will be no episode of Big Brother 13 this Sunday as CBS airs a special about the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
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