Well as per usual when the season is winding down, there isn't a whole lot to tell about tonight. Most of the day/night was spent with the Exterminators strategizing how to beat McCrae in the veto comp, and also dealing with the punishments from the HOH the night before. By the last few hours before then end, the punished were a little over it and everyone was done with the whole thing.
Andy and Spencer continue to go back and forth wondering if they should vote out Judd or GinaMarie if McCrae should win the veto. They are afraid to take GinaMarie's comp skills to the final 3 and would rather have Judd there, but Andy is hesitant to keep Judd there with McCrae still in the house. Spencer leans more in favor of keeping Judd than GM. Both of them are pushing their own final 2 deals without the other knowing. Andy has a final 2 with GinaMaire, so she is more loyal to him, but Judd and Spencer have a final 2 that Andy is unaware of...it really just all depends on veto.
Andy, Spencer, Judd, and GinaMarie all collectively made a plan to try to make McCrae feel safe so that he would not fight as hard for the veto. I'm doubting He was stuid enough to fall for it, but it basically went like this: After GinaMarie was unchained from McCrae, she agreed to go off and take a shower so that the boys could talk to McCrae as if they have a boys alliance and are definitely voting her out this week. Judd agreed to go to bed and let Andy and Spencer do all the talking so that they could paint him as low man on the totem pole and say that he would be the one going up and going home even if GinaMarie won the veto. So, McCrae now believes he is in a boys alliance with Andy, Judd, and Spencer, but that they will vote out Judd if GinaMarie wins veto. The truth is, if anyone BUT McCrae wins veto he will be the one walking out the door this week. The talk with him did seem to ease his fears a little, but I am sure he will fight his ass off all the same, and McCrae is typically a better competitor than the Exterminator alliance when he feels like he needs to win something.
Everything will come down to whoever wins veto today. As usualy I am hoping for a Judd win to ensure his safety, but as the house is against McCrae, and he is fighting for his life, I think the chances of him winning it are high. The veto comp will likely be a long one and probably very elaborate since they have been on lockdown since after the double eviction for the comp to be built. It could easily be one of the comps where they have to take individual turns while the rest wait inside the house..but now I'm just speculating. That's pretty much it. As always, you guys can follow me on twitter @ashes2ashes13 for more overnight feed updates. Until tomorrow night....