The longest season in show history (at least here in the United States) is now a few days away from being over. Judd Daugherty made his re-exit and McCrae Olson departed, leaving the game down to the remaining three that will stay in the house until the last day. Over the past few days, the HOH competition raged on, which as usual is a quasi double-elimination tournament with winners of the first two parts meeting in a final showdown. Ginamarie won the first part, and Andy won part two late last night.
Either Ginamarie Zimmerman becomes the first houseguest to win their respective season after being the first to enter, Spencer becomes the most nominated houseguest ever to win (after claiming the all-time title with nine nominations counting the one he’ll get by default on Wednesday), or Andy Herren becomes the first ever LGBT winner in show history.
Regardless of how it goes, I think even CBS realizes the finale will be a stinker. They’re bringing Will Kirby back (or as I sometimes call him, Lord William of Chilltown) for a special guest appearance during the grand finale Wednesday. Show host Julie Chen also revealed last week that during her news career, she had surgery to look less ethnic and more (how do I say this) Americanized to get more prominent roles in the field. Funny this was revealed THIS week, of all weeks.
Can we just get this over with?
Next Sunday, I’ll share what I learned this season.