BB: Mr. Vain AKA “The Middle Way”

JC lol

I love Braleigh; they are the most fun and flirty showmance, of the season. And their attraction doesn’t hurt their game, although the question can be asked, as to where Hay’s game is. What game? Her game is out to lunch. On break.

I am glad I called it, on Scottie returning. He is Foutte’s Call for Fire. He became a HOH, won the POV, during his own HOH week, and evicted Winston. Scottie just had to have an unrequited crush on Hay, torpedo his game.

Fessy doesn’t care about the game. All he could see was Hay. As I said before, his behavior was utterly tragic. He basically gave up, during his last week in the house.

Of course, Fessy would be jealous and vicious and not warn Scottie against re-initiating #Scyler. Scottie is going back into the house, where Hay is, and Brett is still in the house, too. Dejected Fessy gives way to scornful, petty and bitter Fessy.

I and Hay both, are simply relieved that Fessy left, and Scottie came back, instead of Fessy. I hope Faleigh is over for good and doesn’t resume after the show.

Now, Scottie is in huge trouble. He has returned to the house, but he may be kicked right back out again. Tyler, in his second HOH reign, is logically targeting Hay and Scottie, for the block.

Did you know, that, in the beginning, Scottie wanted to be Tyler’s friend, but Tyler shunned him and gave him the cold shoulder, rejecting Scottie, for the cool kids club, of Level 6? Scottie got sidelined, dumped on the island of misfit toys, along with Steve. That should give you an idea about the prospects of Scyler. For Scottie, Tyler’s heart is ice-cold.

Scottie may come bearing gifts, but of the two, Hay is more likely to put up Sam and one member of Level 6, while Scottie, if so inclined and sufficiently enraged, would put up two members, or allies, of Level 6: Kaycee and Angela, Tyler and Angela, Brett and Tyler, Kaycee and JC – you never know.

#Tangela makes even Tyler and Level 6 fans barf. If Tyler and Angela link up, after the game, fine. But win the game first, like Rob and Andrea, in Survivor, and then get married, and ride off, happily ever after, into the sunset.

Tyler is being confused by his heart. Yes, JC has been flailing, since losing Fessy, as a host. However, JC is not blinded by a love for Angela – even if his unrequited love for Tyler might be tripping JC up. JC is pushing Tyler to go after Kaycee and Angela.

JC’s full plan is the Middle Path for himself to stay and win the game, without even Fessy, Brett or Tyler. JC must get Tyler or Brett to take out Angela or Kaycee, for JC. He’s not going to be on the bottom of Level 6.

JC is not even in Level 6, but he’s not going to go first. JC is going to end this Tangela #Cringe and get back on track. JC can still win the whole game. He’s still in my Final Five.

JC must also maneuver to keep Hay, over Sam, so that he can use Hay, to go after Sam – if she’s still there, when Hay stays – and target Brett, Tyler, Angela and Kaycee. Scottie has seen through JC and is too devoted to Tyler.

JC can’t use Scottie anymore, so Scottie has to go, instead of Hay. JC re-evict Scottie and use Hay and Tyler to mop up Level 6, before eliminating Hay and finally being the one to evict Tyler!

Last week, I said Angela should make a big move, and put up Brett and Tyler, instead of Hay and Fessy. Start the Level 6 civil war! There’s no avoiding it. This schism is going to happen anyway, whether Level 6 likes it or not.

This week, I am being fair, to the other side of Tangela: Tyler’s big move would be to put up Angela and Kaycee, and watch Angela go home, while his Final Two with Kaycee, remains intact.

Wipe out the competition now, when no one expects it. Level 6 just waiting, for all of Foutte to exit the house, isn’t going to cut it anymore! Fire the first shot! Enliven the feeds!

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BB: Mr. Freeze

vampires, van helsing, no reflection

JC’s move to tear #Tangela apart, with Brett x Angela, has backfired. Brett is now on to JC. He thinks JC is trying to break Level 6 up and steal Brett’s spot. Brett is now arguing, to Tyler, that they should target JC, instead.

JC is still safe – for now – since once Fessy is gone, Hay is the next big threat, and then Sam will probably go, before JC and Level 6.

I hope Sam can turn things around: she dumped Brett, and she seems to have gone back to Tyler. But Sam is obviously waiting for any chance to get out of her pinky promise alliance with Tyler. There is no way they can be in the end together: Tyler must take out Sam or Sam must take out Tyler.

My Final Five remains Sam, JC, Kaycee, Angela and Scottie – if he can win the battle back. I am not cheering for either side; my final five includes one Foutte member, two independents and two Level 6 members.

JC is the only one who manages to be a great strategist and great TV (fattening the HGs up). Brett is also good TV. In fact; Hammock Brett has struck again!

Fessy was being selfish, demanding that Hay spend all of this week with him, when Hay is going to stay in the house and have to continue playing the game.

Brett was there to comfort Hay, when insensitive Fessy struck out. Neither Brett or Hay is going to win, but Braleigh is a great, fun showmance.

Tangela is not a great, fun showmance. Tyler seems more into Angela, than Angela is into him. (People who like males, will say Tyler is too good for Angela and people who like females, will say Angela is too good for Tyler.)

Even Rob, Taran and Brent thought Tyler comparing the smell of Angela to a newborn baby, was weird. Angela, my Ice Queen, deserves better. Plus, she shouldn’t be rushed or forced into any TV relationship.

Tyler and Angela might have a chance – outside the game – while Faleigh won’t last beyond Finale Night, especially if Hay wants a future on later BB seasons. Most times, showmances are not the answer, Grodner!

Both Tyler and Angela could win the entire game. Tyler is the heartless vampire, and Angela is a frozen Ice Queen. I like them the way they are! Neither of them needs a fake showmance to “humanize” them.

You don’t need a showmance to win the game. And people who don’t like commitment, aren’t as in touch with their feelings, and put up walls, to protect themselves, do, most times, eventually find a spouse and have kids.

What makes us naive to a fault or remote and cold, makes us human. You don’t have to have a happily-ever-after in the show, just to have a compelling player. Some people are #AntiTwist; for the most part, I am #AntiShowmance.

Sam lol