Big Brother Update: House Shifts Against Judd While Andy Seizes Control [Spoilers]

Nathan Francis - Author
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Sep. 9 2013, Updated 5:30 p.m. ET

Big Brother has been a cruel game for Judd.

At about the midway point he was well-positioned in the house, popular with other players for his free-wheeling stories and seemingly protected by his alliance. Then came the double eviction, and a sudden shift with no time to spare sent Judd home.

But after a twist allowed one ousted contestant to re-join the game, Judd seized his second chance to get back in the game.

[WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD]

But Big Brother has not been kind to Judd. He was able to latch on to the makeshift alliance known as The Exterminators upon his return, a group that has dispatched three straight targets. McCrae was in their sights this week, but the 24-year-old pizza boy was able to win the Power of Veto and take himself off the block.

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The next target seemed to be GinaMarie, who was already on the block beside McCrae, but the Big Brother house has shifted again. It now seems that Andy and Spencer have hatched a plan to send Judd packing, and plan to inform him sometime in the next 24 hours that he’s leaving the house for a second time on the special Wednesday eviction.

Through the whole ordeal, Andy has risen to the top of the alliance, and it’s well-deserved. Of the remaining contestants, Andy has clearly played the best game, even if he has been a bit weasel-y.

For weeks Andy was playing both sides, feeding information to the power couple of Amanda and McCrae that allowed them to run the house while he still pledged his allegiance to other alliances. Through it all Andy has skated by, allowing his former allies to become targets while working quietly to evict them.

Andy is now well-positioned among the remaining Big Brother contestants. He’s only one win away from the Final 3 — he just has to win either Head of Household or Power of Veto — but even then he can hide behind the bigger target of McCrae.

Of course, Big Brother can shift in an instant, and the houseguests could change their mind on voting out Judd between now and Wednesday night. But barring any of those big shifts, Andy has a very good chance to be sitting in the Final 2 on finale night.

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