It was a big night of "Big Brother" (Thu., 9 p.m. ET on CBS). In fact, it turned out to be even bigger than the houseguests anticipated when Julie Chen told them tonight was going to be a double eviction. They would have their first vote of either Frank "Boogie" or Jenn and then they would play an entire week of "Big Brother" in their remaining time.
"Boogie" was eliminated, and he didn't see it coming mainly because Ian played him so well. Ian confessed to his duplicity in his farewell and got a tip of the hat from the master manipulator. Ian then turned around and won the next Head of Household competition.
He put Ashley up against Frank, desperately hoping Frank would stop winning competitions. But he didn't. Frank won the Power of Veto and removed himself from the block, so Ian put Joe up as a replacement nominee and watched as his wishful-thinking "flirtmance" Ashely was shown the door.
Frank is on an absolute roll now, but he's doing it without any allies. He's a powerhouse in challenges, so it should make for an eventful week.
"Big Brother 14" continues Sundays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET with live evictions every Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.
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