Big Brother 15 Recap 9/5/13: Episode 31 “Double Eviction”

Big Brother 15 Recap 9/5/13: Episode 31 “Double Eviction”

Tonight on CBS BIG BROTHER returns for the 31st episode of their 15th season. On tonight’s episode we will see what happens on the live “Eviction Show” and who will be going home: Spencer or Amanda.  Tonight is a double eviction so right after the first eviction BB will have one week of BB in one night. Did you watch the last episode where the Veto competition was held? We did and we recapped it right here for you!

On last night’s show with McCranda up on the block we got to see the Veto competition.  It was a fierce competition and in the end it was McCrae vs Amanda in the competition and McCrae won.  At the veto competition McCrae took himself off the block and Gina Marie put Spencer up as the replacement nomination.

On tonight’s show it is a double eviction week, the houseguests don’t know yet but they suspect it might be.  Tonight should be an explosive night both Spencer and Amanda think they are safe.   Someone is going to be totally pissed off.  Once the eviction is done we will get to see one week done in one night, it is going to be crazy.  The house has been explosive this week yesterday GinaMarie was on a rampage and her and Amanda really got into it.

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RECAP: Amanda says that the only reason that Ginamarie put McCrae and Amanda on the block is because she is 100% jealous. Ginamarie is pissed and tells Amanda she has a mind of her own and is pretty strong.

Amanda then heads over to Elissa to pitch her, even though she thinks it is a lost cause. Elissa thinks it makes sense to actually keep Amanda in the house because she is a bigger target. Amanda has a glimmer of hope that Elissa will help save her. Elissa then tells Andy that they should do a final four with Amanda and McCrae. Andy goes to Spencer and Judd, tell them about Elissa and Amanda’s new idea for a final four alliance.

Julie speaks to the house, tells them that they are a part of a Big Brother milestone, the 500th episode and it is a double eviction. Julie says there is no time to waste, in just a few moments the housemates will vote to evict live. First, Spencer has a chance for a last pitch to his fellow house mates and he makes it brief. Amanda says that everyone is family there and if they keep her it will be good for her game. Time for the live vote, Judd is first and votes to evict Amanda, McCrae votes to evict Spencer, Elissa votes for Spencer, Andy votes for Amanda; the votes are in, for the first time this summer it is a tie, Ginamarie will decide who stays and who goes. Julie tells the house that it is a tie, Ginamarie as current HoH, she has to decide who will go home. Ginamarie votes to evict Amanda.

Amanda is out and the audience is booing, Amanda says “so some of you don’t like me”. Julie asks Amanda what happened, Amanda says that she is surprised that she is gone because Elissa gave her the wedding ring as a guarantee that she would stay there. Julie asks Amanda if her acting like a bully was all strategy. Amanda says that she hates when people hate other people and to be honest, she was just honest with people. Amanda says that Elissa took jabs at her, but she does regret bullying her. Julie asks if she has any regrets, she says yeah maybe she could not have done her bubby rampage, but nothing else. Julie then asks about the showmance, what is about McCrae that won her heart over. Amanda says that she admires his personality, his way that he wins people over. Julie asks what does the future hold, Amanda says that McCrae is moving to Florida. OMG, I cannot believe that Julie didn’t give her a hard time. The racist bully gets away easy and Aaryn got a hard time last week, disgusting.

Time for the HoH competition, it is called “Go Fetch” where the houseguests have to fetch dog bones through an obstacle course. McCrae finds the first bone, then the second and he has won HoH. (no surprise there, this is fixed…he finds two bones and other people can’t even find one, yeah ok)

It is time for the live nomination ceremony; everyone is gathering in the living room. McCrae nominates Ginamarie and Elissa but they have a chance to save themselves, it is the Veto competition next.

The competition is called the “BB500”. The houseguests have to navigate cars through a maze, the first person through wins the PoV. The winner of this competition is Judd, will he stay true to his alliance and get Ginamarie off the block?

Last minute strategizing is going on, everyone is stressed out. Basically, Andy is trying to through Elissa under the buss for fear of him being targeted. Elissa pleads her case, she tells Judd that she hope he honors the fact the he promised to use the Veto on her. Ginamarie pleads to Judd that she didn’t know he was being vote out and if he uses his Veto, it is his choice. Judd decides not to use the Veto and wished the women good luck.

Time for the second eviction, Spencer votes first and he votes to evict Elissa. Judd votes for Elissa, Andy also votes for Elissa. It is unanimous, Elissa is going home. Elissa is not even aloud to get her bag, she is told to leave the house and they will get it for her. Elissa is sitting down with Julie and she asks her if there is anything she could have done to save herself. Elissa thinks McCrae stabbed Amanda in the back and voted to have her out. Then, Julie asks Elissa about the horrible taunting that Amanda did and how she turned around forging an alliance with Amanda in the end. Elissa says that she figured that if she kept Amanda in the house, it would have bought her another week because people hated her.

That is it for tonight, we have to come back on Sunday night to find out who wins the next HoH.

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