Season 15 of “Big Brother” has been particularly spectacular with the MVP twist, the creation and decimation of the Moving Company, the unprecedented return of an evicted HouseGuest, the numerous shattered showmances and the racial controversy.
But it all comes to an end in the next seven days as the five remaining HouseGuests battle it out for food, luxuries, power, safety and $500,000.
Spencer held most of the power this week, after winning Head of Household for the first time this season. He nominated McCrae and fellow Exterminator GinaMarie.
McCrae quickly flipped the house by winning Power of Veto and removing himself from the block.
Spencer chose to replace McCrae with Judd. Spencer later asked Andy and McCrae to agree on whether GinaMarie or Judd will go home, so he can keep his hands from being bloodied during a tiebreaker vote.
Each of the HouseGuests have come a long way since week one, building their resumes along the way in hopes of swaying the jury to vote for them during the live season finale.
Spencer may not have had a successful HoH this week, but he was a founding member in the two strongest alliances this season. Plus, he has escaped the block more times than any other HouseGuest in “BB” history, a feat that cannot be ignored.
McCrae’s showmance with Amanda essentially ruled the house for the majority of the season, despite the fact that they rarely won any competitions. He has played much better since Amanda was evicted, and he has one guaranteed vote in the jury.
Andy has been the epitome of a floater. Everyone thought he was on their side: McCranda, the Mean Girls, the Mom Squad and even Spencer. While Andy stabbed nearly every jury member in the back, he may just fake cry his way to the cash prize.
GinaMarie may not be the most obvious contender, but she has won HoH and escaped the block twice. She definitely has Aaryn’s vote, and she likely has Helen’s, and in turn Elissa’s, vote. Then, she would only need two more votes to win the money.
Judd hasn’t made any really big moves on his own, but he has played a remarkable social game.
There isn’t a single person in the jury who hasn’t worn his famed grizzly bear shirt. J-U-double-D
Party Daugherty could walk away with a unanimous vote.
Tune in to the final two episodes of “Big Brother” on Sunday at 8 p.m. and Wednesday at 8 p.m. on CBS.