It’s nomination day in the Big Brother house and for the first time this summer, the Eight Pack aren’t the ones in power and calling all the shots. While Frank is closer to Bridgette than anyone in the house, he’s the unofficial outcast of the alliance that doesn’t have the same plan in mind that they do.
The plan heading into this week was for someone in the Eight Pack alliance to win the HOH, then begin the backdoor plan to get Frank out of the house. However, that plan has been sidelined this week with Bridgette being the one who won HOH, making Frank and the rest of Category Four ineligible for nomination.
Frank has had a close relationship with Bridgette ever since they first entered the house. He kept a good relationship with her and protected her whenever nobody else was, which meant that when she would finally win HOH, he’d have plenty influence over her. So much influence that the rest of the Eight Pack aren’t even looking at it as a Bridgette HOH. Nicole made it clear to everyone else in their alliance that whoever Bridgette nominates was Frank’s doing.
As to be expected, Frank wants Tiffany out and he wants her out this week. He let the rest of his alliance know that he was going to push for Tiffany to be nominated alongside Bronte or possibly Paul, which is exactly what he did. Frank told Bridgette she should think about nominating Tiffany next to Paul, with Paul being the pawn. Natalie and Bronte both reassured Bridgette that these were good nomination choices because there couldn’t be any backlash, as they believe that the rest of the house is on-board with targeting Tiffany since she can be so emotional.
Bridgette is currently planning on doing exactly what Frank suggested, which is to nominate Tiffany and Paul for eviction. The Eight Pack’s plan moving forward is to try their best to win Roadkill so that they could nominate either Bronte or Natalie, giving them the chance to save Tiffany and throw a wrench into Frank’s plan like he did theirs.