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Under the Dome
Jul 20 2012, 06:59 PM by John Powell
John Powell - GlobalTV.com
After flip-flopping back and in forth in one of the most tumultuous weeks in the Big Brother house, we finally have our first evictee of the season.
Kara Monaco, the 29-year-ol model and former Playboy Playmate of the Year, was simply eaten alive and spat out by the Big Brother game.
Chef and fellow HouseGuest Joe Arvin said it best in his goodbye message to her.
“Kara, you got the looks but you ain’t got the game. You weren’t willing to get into the trenches,” he said. “I love you. You look good. Go back to modeling.”
Besides making emotional pleas to some of the players over the weekend, especially swing vote Ashley Iocco, Kara didn’t make a strong push to stay in the game while her opponent Frank Eudy worked hard, maybe a little too hard to remain playing.
Sitting on the Coach of Shame with host Julie Chen, Kara blamed her eviction on the other HouseGuests’ fearing the gameplay of her Coach and former Big Brother winner – Dan Gheesling.
“People were scared of Dan because he was my Coach. I think they were threatened by him,” she told Chen.
Although she complimented Dan on being a great Coach, Kara did blame him for talking her out of negotiating with last week’s Head of Household, Willie Hantz. According to Kara, Dan wanted her to remain under the radar.
“I wish I had of talked to him (Willie) but I cannot change anything now,” said Kara.
Joe, Ian, Jenn, Wil and Ashley voted for Kara to be sent home.
In this week’s Head of Household competition which had the players recalling what a clandestine “robber” had done in the house while they were sleeping, Frank Eudy claimed victory.
In his plea not to be evicted, Frank foreshadowed the fact that he might target who he sees as “bullies” in the house. Frank and Willie had a heated falling out earlier this week.
“Nobody should let a bully dictate how they play this game or how you vote. Bullying is not okay outside of this house or inside this house,” Frank said.
Frank’s nominations for eviction will be broadcast on Sunday’s show.
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