The only way Ian can get to F2 is to win comps from now on. He has no ally.
The two most important plays are who wins HOH...then who wins POV...let's hope we are able to find out who wins HOH before Wednesday show.....
So, I guess my order of preference is still Ian, and then Dan, and then Shane, and then Danielle. I am already assuming Jenn is gone...LOL :teeth
As far as Jenn.....It really surprises me that she doesn't even try to get people to change their minds. The other day, she was talking alone with Danielle (when Dani had white creme all on her face), and it was the closest I have seen to where Jenn may have been somewhat attempting to "campaign", but I can't even call it that because all she was doing was suspecting Danielle knew a lot more about how the house was going to vote and the house plans.
Danielle did a pretty lousy job of trying to come across like she knew absolutely nothing about either Dan's plans or Shane's plans, but Jenn did an even worse job of trying to pry out more info from Dani. Jenn was just keeping all her suspciouns to herself, and the only thing she accomplished was to show that she was upset and pretty much suspects that she may be the next target to leave the house.
So, the big mystery to me is why Jenn doesn't have the capability to try to campaign to anyone. She basically lets the house role wherever it is going to role, even if it is on top of her. It is crazy. Even after Jenn realizes she is probably the target, she just sulks and does nothing about it.
Jenn's "game play" in this house has been one of the worst attempts to play this game I think I have ever seen. She has had a very long time in this house to develop some kind of strategy or game play, but there has been absolutely nothing, nada, zero, zilch, etc. It is just crazy to witness, because you would think even if someone never knew how to try to play this game, someone could give a better attempt than she has showed.
I'm flabergasted :(
. . . and it doesn't appear that anyone is even thinking of getting him out (the coach who has won before).
I think that Jenn's philosophy is that if you don't talk about it, it might not happen. It's a sorry sorry strategy.
It's one thing to play that way at the beginning, because it kind of makes sense - lay low, be under the radar, talk to people about things un-game related so it seems like you are unconcerned and not stressed out and not involved in all of the scheming and not a threat - but watching her talk with Ian that day (when Dan was in the DR and Shane and Dani were on their trip) was so frustrating. She doesn't realize that she needed to drastically change her strategy (if you can even call it that.) That was her big chance to really get Ian thinking about Dan and the end game. And she didn't even take one second to put a doubt in his mind. People can be really impressionable in the house and with Ian's knowledge, I don't think it would have taken that much to get him thinking "wait a minute, wouldn't it be better for MY game to get Dan out? What if I formed a final 2 with Jenn right now?" That would have been brilliant. Instead it was "What a gorgeous day it is!" Does. Not. Deserve. It.
Thanks for helping me realize this, as I had a tough time with that, but really it is their own fault now. Ian had his chance. Dani has basically sided with him, so that is her choice. Shane, well, lets just say Shane is Shane-LOL, and for Jenn....well....enough said-LOL :teeth
Its kind of sad in a way for her, because I am afraid she will never understand why she got evicted or understand how she could have done better. Maybe when she watches the show back, she will see all the chances she had to make a move.