09/02/2013 03:18 am ET Updated Sep 02, 2013

New HOH Makes Biggest Move Of Summer On 'Big Brother' (VIDEO)

It finally happened! Somebody had the -- as GinaMarie put it -- the "balls" to do what should have been done weeks ago on "Big Brother." As it turns out, it was GinaMarie herself. First, she secured her second Head of Household victory of the season. Then, she immediately set her sights on McCranda (the power couple that is Amanda and McCrae).

As soon as GM won the HOH title, Amanda started her mission to get GM to put up Elissa. Elissa had just put up GM's best friend in the house last week when she got Aaryn evicted. Nobody liked Elissa. Nobody would be mad at GM for getting rid of Elissa. What Amanda didn't realize was that nobody would be mad at her for targeting McCranda either.

“I just don’t get it, I guess. I tried so hard to, like, figure everything out," Amanda said, in tears, after she was nominated for eviction. "It kills me that GinaMarie, who has no brain, is gonna be the girl that gets me out of this house.” Of course she had to slip in one last insult. She is one of the meanest people to ever play the game.

“It’s the end of us being in the game together," McCrae said simply.

Buddy TV's John Kubicek thought GM's big move was both "awesome" and "excellent," but said that McCrae's reaction -- which was a lot of crying and moping with Amanda -- "is making me ashamed of my entire gender.” CarterMatt was quick to point out that it's not over yet for the power couple, writing that "one of them can win the veto and the other can try to talk themselves out of going home, it’s happened many times before.”

Will GinaMarie be the one to break up McCranda and send one of them home? Tune in to "Big Brother" to find out, Sundays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET and Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. This Thursday is a double-eviction, so it's sure to create even more fireworks in the house.

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