Big Brother 15: Aaryn Gries Not Even Liked By Texas

Aaryn Gries of Big Brother 15 has made quite a name for herself this season after all the derogatory remarks, etc. and she doesn't have a lot of people in her corner. Apparently Texas doesn't even like her.

 A blog post over at caught my eye with it's cutting headline:

Big Brother 15 Aaryn Gries Texas
Even Texas turns it's back on Big Brother 15's Aaryn

Now, I will give credit where credit is due, Aaryn has made an amazing comeback in the house (game-wise) since the beginning of the season and she has managed to stay afloat with her social game and her mad comp skills. But it's true, Aaryn could have made the biggest move yet this week by putting up Amanda as a replacement nominee, but no. She feared it could come back to bite her in the ass and like the rest of the house she opted to make safe, Amanda-pleasing, moves in the game.

This did not make Texas happy.


“Big Brother” has become an even bigger bore.
Texas State University student Aaryn Gries may be a bigot, but she had the chance to at least redeem herself as a strong player of the game.
Gries considered replacing eviction candidate Elissa Slater – who won the veto competition and saved herself from the block — with Amanda Zuckerman, the house bully who has been the mastermind behind every boot for weeks.
But no, Gries, admitting she’s afraid of Amanda, decided to go with the dull status quo – and nominated railroad conductor Spencer Clawson for the umpteenth time.
In a twist that the house isn’t privy to, the last four evictees – Kim,  San Antonio’s Jessie Kowalski (right), Candace Stewart and Judd Daugherty – will compete for the chance to re-enter the house.
The best scenario? That comeback kid goes on to win next week’s head of household, puts both Amanda and McCrae on the block, and actually – at long last – makes this show somewhat bearable to watch.

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