Big Brother 15 Week 5 Spoilers: Drama And An Eviction Prediction

Emotions are running high in the Big Brother house with showmance partners Howard and Candice on the chopping block along with America’s MVP nominee Amanda. The majority of the house is targeting Howard, while the minority would like to send Amanda packing.


Spencer has been campaigning for Howard to stay over Candice, but he has also tried to flip some houseguests against Amanda. When Candice got wind of him campaigning against her, she called a house meeting to confront him. She screamed at him to not talk about her and also exposed some of his comments about other houseguests (like him allegedly saying he hoped Amanda would “choke on her own saliva). Spencer denied the accusations.

Candice’s blowup prompted Howard to announce that the house is being controlled by a group of 5 houseguests. He also spoke out against all the lying and drama going on. He said that he would prefer to be evicted if that is the kind of game being played.

All the drama only served to put a bigger target on Candice’s back. Although Aaryn, GinaMarie and Spencer would like to evict Candice before Howard, they don’t seem to be seriously considering trying to flip the house. It’s safer to go along with the majority and send Howard packing. Howard will most likely be evicted tonight.


MASH Star Harry Morgan Dies At 96

Legendary actor Harry Morgan, best known for his Emmy-winning role as Colonel Sherman T. Potter on M*A*S*H, has died. According to reports, Morgan passed away Wednesday at his Los Angeles home. His son Charles said he recently battled pneumonia. Morgan was 96.

Morgan first began acting while attending the University of Chicago in 1935. He starred in several Broadway productions before his silver screen debut in To the Shores of Tripoli in 1942. Morgan went on to star in more than 100 films and TV shows. Some of his film credits include How The West Was Won, The Far Country and High Noon. In addition to M*A*S*H, Morgan starred in popular TV shows like Pete and Gladys, December Bride and Dragnet.

Morgan is survived by his wife of 25 years, Barbara Bushman, and three sons from his first marriage to Eileen Detchon.