We’re just a day away from eviction, which means that we might get some final campaigning from Mark as well as more discussions about everyone’s plan moving forward. Paul will continue to have to juggle working everyone in the house, which will continue to get harder as time goes along.
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Since the veto meeting was yesterday, that means there isn’t anymore competitions or ceremonies left this week other than the live eviction, which means that we’re likely to have a lot of downtime. Virtually all of the game talk this week will be about plans moving forward and nothing else.
Just like the remainder of this week, virtually all of the game talk will be about everyone’s plans going into the new week, what order of eviction they’d prefer, and who they actually want to work with now that the majority alliance will have no choice but to finally turn on each other once Mark is out, the only person not in that alliance.
We’re a day away from the veto ceremony and the plans are clear, so that means today’s game chat will be able deals and plans moving forward as each of the houseguest tries to clear their way to the final three. Christmas doesn’t have any plans on keeping Mark, which means that this week is all but done already.
It’s veto competition day, which means that we have some serious potential for drama depending on who ends up winning. If Mark does end up winning, Paul’s majority alliance will have no choice but to start cannibalizing themselves. If that doesn’t happen, it’ll be a pretty slow week as we wait for Thursday’s live show.