Live Feed Spoilers: HoH besieged by pleas
By John Powell – Global TV
All of a sudden, everyone wants to talk to Kyle.
The podcaster from Nova Scotia is the new Head of Household after winning the Tough Sledding, luge competition.
On the live feeds, Moose picked Kyle’s brain on who he might be nominating tomorrow.
“In terms of where I am at Betty is hitting the block for sure. I think so. And, possibly Jess?” he said to Moose claiming that would be the house consensus.
“Jess is somebody I just don’t trust,” he said.
“They are definitely not trustworthy. I think that would be fine. The only issue is if one of them wins veto or someone takes them off the block you have to shift your target,” said Moose asking Kyle if he had a third target in mind.
“It is really tough. I don’t really have a third,” Kyle admitted.
“Who would you backdoor?” Moose asked.
“I don’t know. Genuinely, I don’t know. It kind of depends on this week,” said Kyle.
As if on cue, Betty and Jessica both came into the HoH to argue their cases to Kyle.
Betty was first to sit and chat with him.
“I really want to get in your ear for myself because I am sure nominations are tomorrow. I really need to plead my case,” she said.
“I would want you to,” replied Kyle inviting her to continue.
“Thank you for telling me you voted to save Jay because your directness to let me know that was awesome. Now I know there is someone out there who is straight-up lying to my face. As weird as that sounds, at least I know. I cannot trust anyone. It is now more clear than ever that I am playing an independent game,” she began.
“You are not my target and I just want to stay in this game. I think you are an incredible player. I think you are strong and can take someone out who is larger than me. It can be way bigger for your resume,” Betty playing to Kyle’s ego.
Jessica was next in line.
“I can sell myself as an asset. I am also on an island that’s mostly an asset to you. Marty was very overt in keeping me safe. I don’t know if as a strategist you care to do the same. I am not a fool, however, I think people can offer you promises all day and not necessarily follow through,” Jessica said reminding Kyle of how deceptive the game can be.
Kyle told Jessica that in his mind they are the best player in the house.
“So, how do I convince you to work with me?” asked Jessica.
“That’s what I have been trying to figure out too,” laughed Kyle.
“I have no one,” said Jessica.
“I don’t know if could beat you. I have this vision of my game ending at your hands,” Kyle confessed.
Earlier in the evening the curtain went down on Jay Northcott, the theatre director from Toronto. All of the houseguests voted Jay out except for Hermon and Kyle who targeted Betty instead.
“It was so much fun to be able to play this game,” said Jay to host/producer Arisa Cox. “I tried. I tried my best.”
Arisa announced that this week viewers have the chance to grant immunity to one houseguest. You can cast your vote here.
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