SPOILER ALERT: If you haven’t seen the tonight’s penultimate episode of “Big Brother Canada”; then you know what to do. Stop. Reading. Now. Or spoilers.
Just because it isn’t eviction day on “Big Brother Canada”; doesn’t mean you’re safe from the chopping block. That’s the lesson that Tim and Cassandra learned in tonight’s penultimate episode when they found themselves facing off against each other in a surprise eviction.
With only one vote to be cast — by Kelsey — it was Cassandra who found herself “Cassassinated.”;
“I think that we can all agree that we would really love to get to know you more outside of this house, and outside of this game,”; said Kelsey after casting the sole vote that sent Cassandra to the jury. “I’m really sorry Cass, I hate to see you go, that’s just the way it has to be.”;
In her exit interview with host Arisa Cox, Cassandra had this to say: “This week, it was just so quick, I didn’t have enough planning and there are only a limited amount of people left. They thought I was a bigger threat, apparently, over Tim, so…”;
So who is Cassandra betting on to emerge victorious tomorrow? “I’m putting my money on Tim,”; she revealed. I think he’s gonna slide right to the end, and he’s gonna be the first player to ever win two Big Brothers.”;
Don’t miss tomorrow night’s sure-to-be-unpredictable concluding episode when season four’s winner will be revealed in the finale, airing Thursday, May 12 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Global.
In the meantime, Cassandra shares her thoughts about what went down tonight in this post-eviction interview with ET Canada’s Jake Mossop: