Once again it should have been an easy week. Holly was going to be evicted, despite what they told Jackson and Holly. Then Cliff spilled the beans and we had 24 hours of great feeds. Well, a handful of hours of great feeds and then CBS blocked them all day on Thursday. So we missed a house meeting that looks to be momentous, but we pieced together what really happened as opposed to what CBS showed on Thursday night.
But that’s not all. While much of the past 48 hours have consisted of the final four laying around rehashing the season, there was an incident that set the stage for some crazy gameplay that will ultimately cost our favorite oil man the game. He probably would have gone anyway, but this one little conversation he had with Jackson on Friday afternoon made the decision of the POV winner that much easier.
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