They huddled together and told stories, happy and sad.
They took comfort where they could, sometimes with creepy undertones.
They quietly melted down missing their families.
Underneath this emotional turmoil, brought out by the importance of the day, ran an undercurrent of resentment and rage caused by the Don of this week - Devin.
Speaking of America....
The fireworks prompted several reactions in the house guests, depending on their state of mind.
Some basked in the afterglow of the moment,
Others continued their reign of tyranny up in their nest of stupidity...
When the backyard opened, the fun and games began, even a little cuddling #Nicody...
It started with hushed conversations within the BS about keeping Brittany over Pao should the nominations stay the same. When Derrick finally approached Caleb with it, a mistake in my opinion, Caleb took this as an opportunity to add to the case against Devin, by saying he didn't like how the latter treats Amber. (Dude, it's not about Amber. She can take care of herself.)
Well, they did; but Caleb had other plans. He confronted Devin, shortly after, with the fact that there are people in the house who don't want to vote out Brittany, pointing out that Devin wants Brittany out for personal reasons which contradicts his house meeting statements. Devin nailed him with the observation that this is all Amber's doing (#BlameAmber Drinking Game) and that Caleb is too blinded by his crush on her. Caleb retaliated, saying it's not just Amber, that Christine is afraid of Devin. Enraged, Devin called Chistine out despite Caleb and Derrick telling him not to. She, of course, is too intimidated to tell Devin she's afraid of him, because, well, she's afraid of him...
Then things went:
While Frankie tried to tame the beast,
Boom! Pow! Kaboom! Done!
All this fallout resulted from Caleb's inability to keep his mouth shut, acting from a deluded sense of chivalry. And it all happened before PoV players have been even picked. Who wants to bet that, if things are not patched up, Caleb will be a potential replacement nominee? Oh boy.