Big Brother 21: David Alexander’s best moves

David Alexander, houseguest on the CBS series BIG BROTHER, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved
David Alexander, houseguest on the CBS series BIG BROTHER, scheduled to air on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Sonja Flemming/CBS ©2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved /
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Now that Big Brother until next year, it’s time to take a look back at the season that was. Now, we are reflecting on the cast of Big Brother 21’s best game moves. First up will be our first boot, David Alexander.

David Alexander’s time in the Big Brother 21 house didn’t last long. He was banished on Day 1 as part of the Camp Director twist. He failed to find his way back to the house and lost the re-entry competition. David then returned to the house as part of the Camp Comeback twist. He waited for two weeks to get a shot to re-enter the game only to fall short. David left the game for good on Day 30.  His time may have been brief, but he did have time to make moves while he was in the Big Brother house.

David Alexander’s best game moves in Big Brother 21

With the limited amount of time he had in the house, there was only one game move he made. That was figuring out the dynamics of the house pretty quickly after re-entering. Unfortunately for him, he never got to use this information to rally the troops after losing the Camp Comeback Competition. However, this still counts in our books.

You could tell David was sharp from his pre-game press interviews. Sure enough, he put that brain of his to good use figuring out the dynamics of the Big Brother 21 house not long after he re-entered as part of Camp Comeback.

David quickly figured out Jackson Michie and Jack Matthews were running the house and were a pair. He also figured out Holly Allen and Analyse Talavera were next on the food chain with how attached they were to Michie and Jack. After them, he saw Christie Murphy and Nick Maccarone as completing the big alliance. He also figured out Tommy Bracco was the likable guy nobody wanted to nominate and that Nick had a connection of some kind with Isabella “Bella” Wang. David also felt Cliff Hogg III, Kemi Fakunle, and Jessica Milagros didn’t really know what was going on.

The only part of the big alliance he didn’t figure out was Christie and Tommy’s relationship. He also saw that Sam Smith wasn’t part of any alliance as far as he was aware. As a result, David saw Sam as a wildcard that he wanted on his side.

David’s other great move was calling Holly “Beth.” Okay, so this wasn’t a game move, but it did give us Big Brother fans a fantastic inside joke to use the rest of the summer. Thanks David!

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What do you think were David’s best game moves if he had any? Comment below!