OMG. I'm not done with this episode yet, but I can't believe Eric actually went for the Veto. What a moron! Let Amber do the dirty work!
unicorngoddess said:He went for the veto to stay true to what Jess wanted.
Did y'all not hear what Jessica said at the end? She wanted Eric to use the POV. Eric was the idiot -- not her.mwhip said:Eric and Jess are idiots they had prime opportunity to take out Danielle who is probably the biggest power player in the house.
I hope this proves the "America's Player" experiment is a failure. I beleive this is exactly why Eric chose not to use the Veto. He knows that America (for whatever reason) favors D&D so he would be forced to vote against whoever is on the block with them.MScottC said:Eric knew that most likely America would have him vote out Amber or Zach, not D or D if one of those two were put up. America seems to be favoring D and D. If my math is correct, if Amber or Zach came down, and D or D went up, it would be 2 votes for either A or Z and two votes for D or D, and the whole house would know Eric's vote and he'd piss off Jessica even more. I don't think Eric wanted to take that chance. No Veto was the safest route for him at this point. Quite frankly, blowing the veto would have been his best route.
Is this for real? Oh ...how I wish I would have TiVo'd this.HDTivoUser said:From last night Power of 10:
Drew Carey to Amber: "So, what's it like having your every move scrutinized by America." (something to that effect)
Amber: "Honestly, I don't know what scrutinized means."
Yep.Sir_winealot said:Is this for real? Oh ...how I wish I would have TiVo'd this.
Am I a bad person cuz I was rooting (strongly) against Amber winning that $100K?