Britney, Dan and Janelle chose to hit the button, while Mike Boogie did not. Later, Boogie made a huge pitch to Danielle by using the veto and backdoor his long-time rival Janelle. She took third once again. Britney, Danielle, Joe and Shane became the Have Nots for the week, making this week the first week Ian is a Have. On Day 63, Ian opened Pandora's Box thereby giving the other HouseGuests video messages from home while he talked to from Big Brother 12 and 13.
After the nomination ceremony, Boogie and Frank were lashing at Dan believing he was the mastermind behind their nominations. But when Janelle refused to answer, Dan knew that the possibility of all 4 coaches working together has blown up and he has no choice but to accept Boogie's offer on backdooring Janelle. He was immediately called into the Diary Room and expelled from the game. In January 2013, Pierzina announced she and DeSanto were expecting their second child, a boy due in August 2013. On Day 13, Kara was evicted in a 5 to 3 vote, leaving Danielle as Dan's only team member left.
Applications and video submissions were due on May 11, 2012. Ian outlasted all the HouseGuests and won HoH less than two hours later. Multiple sources confirm to Us Weekly that past Big Brother and Survivor players have been contacted, and while the list of racers is still being finalized, there are several familiar faces in the mix. Just out of the blue. Archived from on July 25, 2012. There is still a possibility that his alliance would have been pissed and considering that Cody had a piss poor social game I highly doubt he would have been able to clean up the mess.
Janelle is probably one of the all time most popular Big Brother players, for good reason. On Day 35, Frank nominated Joe and Wil for eviction. On Day 31, Danielle went through with the plan and used the Power of Veto on Wil and put up Janelle as a replacement nominee. However, if the coaches chose to keep the game the same, the eviction would continue, but one evicted HouseGuest would return the following week. Archived from on September 14, 2012. The winning coach is granted the power to give one of their players immunity for the week or to trade one of their players for a player from another team. With the vote of 3—1, the coaches were reverted to HouseGuest status and Joe and Frank were spared eviction.
A few minutes later, Dan nominated both Ian and Joe for eviction with Ian as Dan's main target. On Day 41, Wil was evicted by a 6 to 2 vote. There will also likely be more Survivor teams in the mix and possibly stars from other shows too. The 3 Weeks of Safety was stupid but Paul being able 2 still compete was absurd. Although that did cause fans to question the Big Brother game, other HouseGuests from past seasons have stated that the producers always ask the HouseGuests to name pros and cons about evicting certain HouseGuests for the week and they also ask the HouseGuests how it will better their own personal game if they kept one HouseGuest in rather than the other and vice versa, it's been known since Big Brother 2 that producers ask HouseGuests how evicting HouseGuests, using the PoV or a special power will benefit their game, but the outcome is not controlled by the producers as HouseGuests can quickly change their minds at the last second if needed to. On June 4, 2012, Robyn Kass, casting director for Big Brother, revealed on her Twitter that all semi-finalists were contacted.
Archived from on September 23, 2012. For the first of the two evictions, Mike Boogie was evicted by a vote of 5—2. After a HouseGuest became Head of Household, he or she was ineligible to take part in the next Head of Household competition. A few minutes later, the biggest blindside of the summer occurred as Dan chose to evict Shane, blindsiding Danielle and Shane. On Day 28, Danielle nominated Frank and Wil for eviction. Shane removed himself from the block, and Frank then nominated Danielle for eviction.
Because Frank had not made nominations yet, Big Brother decided to allow the game to continue on as normal. She finished third, then was picked by viewers to compete in an all-star edition the following year. On Day 20, JoJo was evicted by a vote of 5 to 1, only receiving the vote of Shane. The HouseGuests had to determine whether a burglar that entered the house was guilty or not guilty of a certain crime. On Day 34, Janelle was evicted by an 8 to 1 vote with Joe as her only vote and became the first returning HouseGuest to leave the show and also marking the first time Janelle has not reached the final three.
If they fell from the plank, they would be eliminated. They manage to strike a final two deal and proposed a new alliance with Jenn and Danielle. If all the coaches declined the offer, previously evicted HouseGuests would be given the opportunity to re-enter the House and the eviction would continue as planned, but if even one accepted, the game would reset and the coaches would enter. It was incredibly easy to turn on The Friendship after they ostracized, say, Kaysar for being a Muslim or Janelle for being a blonde bimbo or Howie for being a loudmouth. On Day 66, Shane decided to use the Power of Veto to save himself from the block, and in return, Ian nominated Danielle as the replacement.
On Day 1, Dan cast the sole vote to evict Jodi. Granted, Cody going after Christmas when Paul's nomination failed was stupid, but he wouldn't have been there if it hadn't been for that temptation. The Amazing Race season 31 starts filming in early June. Also if we're being honest with ourselves even if Paul wasn't there it would have been someone else running the house with the sheep following. Pierzina helped out with the younger siblings.