By John Powell – GlobalTV.com
The Double Veto has altered the Invisible H0H’s strategy, target this week.
As Invisible HoH, Jag has anonymously nominated Blue and Felicia for eviction. However, at the time only Cory, America, Matt and Bowie Jane knew Jag’s not-so-secret secret.
Blue and Jag won the Double Power of Veto and that has Matt and Jag plotting a whole new path for this week.
After their wins, Jag and Blue had sore backs.
“I know I am going to feel it in my lower back tomorrow,” said Blue as Bowie Jane rubbed some medication on her back.
“Get her whole back because my whole back hurts,” Jag instructed.
Jag, the Invisible HoH, called Blue’s win “poetic justice” that she held on that long to win.
Jag said he won the second veto by pure luck.
Jag now has five competition wins: One HoH and four vetoes.
Jag and Matt met alone in the comic room to discuss what their next step would be now that Jag’s target, Blue, has saved herself by winning veto.
“Good job!” Matt said to Jag as they bumped fists.
Matt suggested that Jag, as the Invisible HoH, put him up when Blue uses her veto to save herself.
Jag isn’t sure that would play into their plot to make everyone think that Cory is the Invisible HoH.
“Who goes up next after you though? Cory?” asked Jag.
Matt suggested that they “paint a picture” that America was the Invisible HoH the entire time.
“Cory goes up because she wants to make it look like we had HoH the entire time. America is trying to think ahead like they have the numbers to save Cory,” suggested Matt.
Blue then joined the conversation and the strategy talk ended. Jag and Matt continued their discussion later in the bathroom.
Matt was worried that Cory and America will spill to Blue that Jag is the Invisible HoH and that would damage both of their games.
“I think I should tell Cirie and Blue,” said Jag. Matt agreed.
“Cirie for sure because she is really worried that she is going to go up,” said Matt.
“There is no world in which Felicia goes home this week,” said Jag. “What I am thinking of doing is putting America up then taking Felicia down and putting Cory up.”
“Yeah, put them both up!” Matt agreed.
“I don’t give a f—k! It will be blood on my hands either way. At least one of them goes home,” said Jag.
Matt liked that option because then Cory and America cannot vote to save each other.
Later that night, Jag revealed to Cirie that he is the Invisible HoH. She was relieved to hear the news and that she wouldn’t be going on the block.
Sitting on the patio before they headed to bed Jag told his secret to Blue too making Felicia the only person in the house who doesn’t know.
“So, here’s the thing, I am the Invisible HoH,” said Jag.
“Put Cory’s ass up!” said a happy Blue hugging him.
“I am putting Cory and America up,” Jag confirmed.
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