Oh, look: the star lost it! Again!
Maybe it's the name...
Well, the good news is that we're going to be dealing with a little less in the way of Amanda, Please, or at least Amanda, Please Shut Up And Listen. The bad news? We just reached Brigade levels of near-foregone conclusion. Amanda, thanks to the world's most revealing exit messages, knows exactly what happened to her: the veracity rating of the wedding ring promise is now at 50% and Andy just keeps on acting until he gets to a place where the mask can come off. (He must be hoping Amanda will vote on gameplay. Good luck with that.) But McCrae didn't see those messages. And who did McCrae seem to blame for Amanda's eviction? Elissa. How do we know this? Because Andy didn't land on the block.
McCrae just evicted the only person who still might have been willing to work with him. The lone hamster who might not have considered this week as an automatic exit policy: keep the veto out of Pizza Boy hands and move on. He can't play for HoH: he's vulnerable. He's out of allies: he's in trouble. He is, in fact, screwed, and given that he did it to himself, it's a Jack Shack departure. For McCrae, it's the veto or nothing. You could argue 'nothing', but -- it's Big Brother: is vengeance still primary in the script?
But until that happens... for the self-titled Exterminators, this was the best possible result. Why, McCrae's practically a member! And what does that make him? First in the alliance to be backstabbed. Special delivery to the jury house, virtually guaranteed to be Wednesday or less.
And for a bonus piece of comedy, we got to see how Elissa thinks when the DR isn't doing it for her. Yes, it's so obvious that Andy couldn't have voted against Amanda. It was clearly in McCrae's best interests to get his only ally out of the house. This game is so confusing for Elissa, and so is sunrise. But at least she goes to the jury house having reconciled with Amanda. For the three seconds before she forgets. Does it take more than three seconds to reach the jury house? Uh-oh.
So stay tuned for the next totally recycled competition. Hey, look! Fences between search pits! Gee, that totally means the rats are bringing Jeff back next season! They finally found a way to save him!
Oh, and a former winner is going to visit the house.
Wonder just how angry she's going to be.