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Although she proved to be scrappy by outlasting most other houseguests in the head of household endurance competition, Chima's still no favorite among our readers. Is there anyway for her to overcome the bad first impression she made?
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As if being the first person to drop out of the endurance competition didn't make the other houseguests write him off, he also brought out the other players' anger and jealousy by winning $5,000. Considering his consistently low ranking, that may be the only cash he sees in this game.
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She and Kevin seem to be floating through the game right now, which usually doesn't end well. She is currently on the block for the second time this season, and even though she's not the real target this week, she might need to use this as a wakeup call.
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Even though she's partnered with one of the game's strongest players, Natalie has yet to prove herself as a solo threat. Now that the cliques have been dissolved, will she be able to survive without her teammates' coattails?
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We give Ronnie the Rat credit for surviving last week, but his manipulation has finally caught up with him. The power of veto is probably his last safety net, though he seems convinced America will award him the mystery coup d'etat power.
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His former cliquemate and fellow musclehead, Russell, is ruling the house this week, but Jessie's not sure he can trust the "Love Muscle." Jessie's also on food restriction this week, which is surely rattling him. Will he be able to keep his head in the game?
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She's survived being nominated twice, but she's yet to prove she really has the strength to go the distance in the game. However, as the power has slightly shifted in her alliance's favor, so has her placement in our poll.
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We're sure the houseguests took notice of her after she won the power of veto, and so did our readers. Even though she made the biggets jump in our rankings this week, she still has a lot of brawn to pick off before her brain can win the game.
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Despite becoming HOH, Russell finally gives up the top spot in our rankings. He claims his nomination of Ronnie is purley strategic, but all of his actions seems to suggest a personal grudge. Will he burn his bridges with his fellow alliance members if Ronnie does indeed go home?
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Just when his clique was dissolved, Jeff has struck up a partnership with Russell, one of the former teammates he most likely would have been targeting. It's an unexpected alliance that could pay off big time, especially now that he proved he's a serious competitor.