The Permanent Replacement?

Ian Terry couldn’t believe his fortune when he won HOH a 3rd time this week. The last four contestants to win HOH three times in five stages all won their respective seasons.

The Power Of Veto ceremony has concluded, and we have another change to the lineup.

Shane Meaney took himself off of the nomination block, making the 6th straight time the veto was used, the 9th time overall this season. Head Of Household Ian Terry had to name a replacement nominee, and chose Danielle Murphree. It’s Dani’s fourth trip to the block, her third as a replacement nominee, tying the record set by Sharon Obermuller in season nine, winner Jordan Lloyd in season eleven, and Joe Arvin this year.

Dan Gheesling also has at least tied the record for the best finish for a former season winner with Dani going up. He will finish no worse than fourth, which ties the mark set by Dr. Will Kirby in the All-Star season seven and Jordan Lloyd in season thirteen.

Either Danielle or Jenn Arroyo goes home in fifth place sometime tomorrow as the CBS show is taped for Wednesday night.

The move was no surprise as Arroyo is the heavy favorite to be evicted, leaving an all Quack Pack final four to decide the winner of the season in nine days.

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