Brett was the victim of his own alliance’s blindside in the double eviction last week after Tyler told Kaycee and Angela that Brett suggested targeting the girls. He was visibly stunned after it all went down and even said to Julie Chen that he felt the most betrayed by Tyler. But he also said he respected it as a game move, suggesting he won’t vote with his emotions next week.
That was reinforced during the jury house segment on Thursday’s episode. Brett had a bemused annoyance about his blindside and was surprised to learn of Tyler’s final two with Sam, but he didn’t exhibit any seething anger toward Tyler for doing him dirty like that.
Plus, you can argue Brett only has himself to blame for not realizing until it was too late that he was the odd man out in Level 6 and had no endgame. He did the right thing trying to make a final two deal, but the problem was he chose wrong in Tyler, who already had three deals and believed Brett could beat him in the end.
The remaining 40 percent of you think Brett will be bitter. Angela and Tyler certainly were smug with their “one step ahead, two steps ahead” speeches, but that so far has just yielded a great Brett line: “Should I get my Fitbit out for three steps?” If Tyler makes the final two, it might come down to how well he can explain his move to Brett.
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