Will Wil Rock the Vote?
With Frank up on the block, the only person who seems to be freaking out is Ian. Boogie is livid at first, but Frank convinces him that he isn't the target this week -- he heard it from Shane himself.
On the surface, it seems to be a slam-dunk move to get rid of Frank, but it might not be that easy, with Wil starting to get fed up with Janelle. He may be considering jumping ship to get back at his coach -- if so, that's a really stupid move he shouldn't do. When Janelle gets wind of this, she tries to plead to Wil her sorrow and even brings on the water works. This is funny considering the clip before that was Janelle telling Britney she doesn't cry. She didn't even cry during labor!
But Wil's not buying any of it.
Selling Their Case
Knowing Danielle is the swing vote, Frank and Boogie campaign hardcore to Dan. If Frank stays, his team will be going after Janelle's team. And her team will probably go after Boogie's as well, leaving Danielle on the sidelines. Dan and Danielle definitely see the benefits of keeping Frank, but she worries for her crush, Shane. Dan tells Danielle to "Stop liking Shane. I command you to stop liking him."
Will she listen to her head -- and Dan -- or will her emotional feelings get the best of her?
All week long, America has been voting whether they want to give the coaches the opportunity to enter the game. That's what's important -- it doesn't guarantee they will, but it gives them the chance. A lot is at stake: not only will the entire house be playing by themselves, but the game will be "reset," which also means no one is evicted! This also means Shane gets to compete in the HOH competition as well. If the coaches don't enter the game, then evicted house guests may enter the game.
Seriously, how does Frank keep dodging bullets?
One by one, the coaches head into the diary room and can either press a button to reset the game or pass. Everyone presses the button -- except Boogie! Wow. But it only took one person to reset the game.
The HOH competition is to see who can stand the longest on a small piece of wood, so tune in Sunday to see who wins. Boogie looks like he may just jump off willingly at any minute. It's interesting to see that he didn't want to compete again, but after all, he has already won.
How will the game shape up now that it's been reset?