After Thursday's double elimination, in which Frank and Joe were finally eliminated, it's down to Ian, Dan, Danielle, Shane and Jenn. We'll be saying goodbye to two players this upcoming week, so the outcome of tonight's Head of Household competition are extremely important. Who will take power, and who will be up on the chopping block? Stay with Digital Spy live from 8/7c to find out!
Unfortunately, the message isn't from his parents, it's from Rachel from Big Brother 12 and 13. She gives him "advice" in winning the game. Meanwhile, the other players get actual messages from their family downstairs in the living room. Upstairs, Rachel is giving the worst advice possible and continues talking about Brendon. I will say, I absolutely love Rachel and she gave one of the most fun interviews I've ever done.
Meanwhile, Dan's trying to talk to Ian about his reasoning for putting him up initially. Ian seems to buy it - I wish these housemates would get smart.
Jenn is mad that Dan told her one thing about voting out Shane and then did another by putting Danielle on the block. Dan continues to insist that he "had to do what [he] had to do" to get them through another week. Jenn gets up and walks out of the room, admitting that she can't trust Dan.
Instead, Danielle goes up - clearly as a pawn. She's none too pleased, however, and thinks he's "pulling a fast one" on her. She tells Shane that Dan never mentioned putting her up. There's a lot of whispering and insanity going on, but Dan tells Danielle that she's got to trust him as no one will vote her out. Well, she doesn't have much choice, does she?
Meanwhile, when Dan wins the rapidfire Head of Household contest, he's thinking Ian needs to go as he's a little too smart - though of course he's told Ian that he wants to nominate him as a pawn in order to send Joe home. However, he tells Shane, Jenn and Danielle that they should "take a shot" at Ian if they have the opportunity to do so.