Paul & Nicole Fight, Corey’s Striptease Fail, Who Returns? | BB18 Recap & Discussion: Ep. 29

Paul is “PISSED” that he and his ride or die Victor have been nominated for eviction by none other than Natalie and Michelle, two people they were both working closely with for some time now. What really set Paul over the edge was Michelle claiming that Paul was a liar and manipulator. Paul and Victor get to the bottom of it, though, and discover that Nicole told Natalie that Paul was targeting James. Natalie, upon finding out the truth of Nicole’s deceit, bursts into tears, but Michelle isn’t totally won over and sees Paul as a threat still. Paul is livid at Nicole, of course, and tries everything in his power to flip the target onto Nicole and expose her lies and deception.

In typical Paul fashion, Paul confronts Nicole in the kitchen about her whispering lies into Natalie’s ear about him targeting James, when it was Paulie before he was evicted in all actuality. The look on her face was priceless and telling, and she couldn’t defend herself, although tried to leave the argument several times.

Corey, who’s “patriotard” costume punishment just ended at that time, came out of the Diary Room hootin’ and hollarin’ and joins the two in the kitchen, striping off his clothes and throwing them at Nicole and Paul, completely oblivious to the fact that they are in a heated conversation.

Honestly, it was comic gold, and you can see it again below!:

Players for the Veto Competition are picked, and, along side the two Heads of Households Natalie and Michelle and the two nominees Victor and Paul, Paul picks James to play and Michelle picks Corey. Her reasoning in picking Corey is that she suspects that it will be a mental-based competition and basically thinks Corey is stupid (lol).

This is pretty accurate, because Corey doesn’t want to study or prepare for the competition at all, even though Nicole nags at him that they ought to. Rather than studying the “Big Brother Weather Broadcasts” that wake them up throughout the night like Paul and the rest of the house, Corey wanted to sleep and cuddle with Nicole.

This Veto Competition was very humorous to watch! The house guests had to be weather correspondents and report the horrible weather, as wind, rain, and debris take away from their accuracy. See what happened below!:

This competition has got to be one of my favorites so far! On top of their corny weather reporter alter-egos, (Natalie Rainbow, Victor Caliente, James Showers, Michelle Drizzle, and Paul Storm) and introductions, they looked pretty idiotic as the house guests get pushed and abused as they try to report the horrible weather. At the end, when they are lined up and waiting for the final scores, you can almost feel how cold they are, and their screaming of celebrations and impatience are #everything.

That wasn’t in his best interest, because Paul won the Power of Veto, took himself off, and Michelle named Corey as the replacement nominee. Hindsight is 20/20!

Don’t forget! In tonight’s episode, the five jury members (Da’Vonne, Zakiyah, Bridgette, Paulie, and either Corey or Victor) will compete against each other to get back into the house, unbeknownst to the Big Brother house guests! Who do you want to come back into the house? Here’s what the alumni’s are wanting!

There is no doubt about it: re-adding another player back into the Big Brother house has the potential to mix the house up in a big way! Once upon a time, Victor was evicted and battled his way back, probably further than any house guest buy back so far. All of them (except Zakiyah) are strong competitors in their own ways. No matter who comes back, it’ll definitely be interesting to see how the drama unfolds!

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