Sunday’s Big Brother 18 live feed spoilers featured Paulie Calafiore campaigning to stay in the game though he’s denied actively doing so, Natalie Negrotti becoming overwhelmed by the game and the insults she’s endured over the past week or so, and Corey Brooks itching for a confrontation with Paulie over things Paulie’s been saying to others.
After being nominated for eviction several days ago, a bevy of emotions has spilled out of Paulie, including the desire to self-evict from the Big Brother 18 game. Paulie sits on the chopping block with Corey, who Paulie claims he would never campaign against to save himself from eviction.
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Nonetheless, live feeds have shown Paulie making his way around the house, subtly attempting to plant seeds of suspicion in other houseguests when it comes to Corey. Additionally, his strategy to stay in the game has many cast members frustrated, leading to Paulie game-bashing behind his back.
At around 11:12 p.m. Big Brother 18 house time, Paul Abrahamian and Victor Arroyo, the current Head of Household (HOH), dished about Paulie’s pleas for safety and his constant “whining” about not wanting to stay in the jury house if he’s evicted, Joker’s Updates reports.
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TV Grapevine reports that not only has Paulie talked about how the stipend money, or the money each player receives to play the game, “means nothing” to him, but he also told other houseguests the jury abode would not be comfortable for him because he’s claustrophobic.
— Corey (@ItsCoreyTho) August 13, 2016
This has led some to question how he could have remained in the Big Brother 18 house all this time if he truly had such a condition, according to TV Grapevine.
Live feed spoilers further reveal that Victor told Paul how he felt it was totally unfair for Paulie to bring up a dying relative to make him feel guilty about not using the Power of Veto (POV) to save him (Victor won the most recent POV competition but has decided not to use the power). Victor questioned Paulie’s story, believing it didn’t add up because he thought Paulie would surely want to go to the jury to garner more money if he was concerned about helping an ill relative.
Additionally, Victor stated he wanted to tell Paulie to not “put that sh** on me dude. I have my own problems.” Victor informed Paul that Paulie took a shot at throwing James Huling under the bus as a strategic move for safety.
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Joker’s Updates reports Victor discussed with Paul how Paulie begged for another week in the game because if he’s evicted this week, he’s simply going to buy a plane ticket home and be done with Big Brother 18. Paul commented that he hopes Paulie’s antics get aired on an episode of the show, and called Paulie’s actions “petty.”
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The two men found James and Natalie and spilled all they knew about Paulie’s attempt to slam James. They collectively bashed Paulie and his game, calling him a sore loser and a hypocrite for taunting others for crying when he did the same. Natalie was dismayed that Paulie tried to play the sympathy card.
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According to Joker’s Updates, Natalie was in a much better mood for this conversation, as earlier in the evening she was having a rough time of it. She admitted to James, as she lay in bed buried under the covers, that she felt upset about all of the insults that had been hurled at her over the past week or so and tearfully cried she felt insecure. Paulie was especially aggressive regarding making fun of Natalie’s breasts, as previously reported by the Inquisitr.
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Big Brother After Dark featured much of their discourse, as James tried to coax Natalie to speak to him about what she was feeling. She told James that she’s let everything get to her and now feels terrible about herself, including her weight. Natalie explained she is having trouble losing the weight she’s put on in the Big Brother 18 house and can’t even fit into most of her clothing.
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Natalie also told James that when she feels down, her solution is to sleep it off and try to wake up happy. She added she did not want to burden James with her issues, but he replied he was more than willing to help. Not long after, Natalie’s spirits were lifted when Paul entered the room and the Paulie bashing began once again.
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In the meantime, Corey had his own issues with Paulie, becoming frustrated after being told he pinned Corey with wanting to cut James from the Big Brother 18 game. This was after Corey apparently gave Paulie a pep talk to lift up his spirits.
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Corey was primed to confront Paulie but then thought about it, saying if he did, he Paulie might “go crazy, blow up,” and probably hit the red button to tap out of the game, Joker’s Updates reports.
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Even though he remained upset, Corey finally let it go, hoping James didn’t believe what Paulie said. He then called the whole thing “ridiculous,” according to Joker’s Updates.
Although the Big Brother 18 house plan is to evict Paulie on Thursday night, he may have the elusive return ticket in his possession, which would send him right back into the house. Even if Paulie is lucky enough to have another chance at the game, he may have made too many enemies thus far, so his fellow houseguests could decide to send him right back out the door unless he wins HOH.
— Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino) August 15, 2016
Big Brother 18 airs on CBS Wednesday and Sunday nights at 8 p.m. Eastern Time and Thursday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern Time. Big Brother After Dark airs on Pop on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights at 12 a.m. Eastern Time, Tuesday at 11 p.m. Eastern Time, and Thursday at 1 a.m. Eastern Time. Live feeds are broadcast from inside the Big Brother 18 house 24 hours a day, seven days a week and are available from CBS All Access.
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