Sheldon Jean’s Worst Moves of Big Brother Canada 8

With Big Brother Canada 8 now over, we decided to look back at the season. We will be going down the list of every Big Brother Canada 8 and detailing their worst moves. Here are Sheldon Jean’s worst moves.

With Big Brother Canada 8 now over, we decided to look back at the season. We will be going down the list of every Big Brother Canada 8 and detailing their worst moves. Here are Sheldon Jean’s worst moves.

Sheldon entered the Big Brother Canada 8 house on Day 1 and got off to a strong start. A twist saw Canada vote to keep their favorites safe from eviction in week 1. There would be no Head of Household. Instead, the four people with the fewest votes were in jeopardy of leaving and would have three chances to save themselves: a physical competition, a mental competition, and through their social game. Sheldon was one of the people Canada voted to keep safe.

In week 2, Sheldon helped form the KVBS alliance with Kyle Rozendal, Vanessa Clements, and Brooke Warnock. Chris won HOH and was aiming to make a big move and backdoor someone. He had narrowed his options down to Sheldon or Micheal Stubley. However, The Evictors alliance made themselves obvious, aiding Chris in his decision. Then, he caught Madeline Di Nunzio and Micheal Stubley flirting and targeted Micheal out of jealousy. Sheldon and Kyle solidified Chris’ plans to backdoor Micheal by making a fake alliance with him to protect Sheldon.

Chris nominated Brooke Warnock and Hira Deol as his pawns.  Hira won the POV to save himself and Chris’ named Micheal the replacement nominee. The Evictors lashed out at Chris for what they perceived as a betrayal. Micheal was evicted in a 9-3 vote.

In week 3, Sheldon won HOH and thought about targeting Rianne before shifting his target to Minh-Ly. He nominated Madeline and Rianne for eviction that week. In a twist, each player selected to compete in the POV that week was able to pick a partner to compete with them. The player selected by random draw would win the POV while the person picked by the player chosen by random draw would win immunity.

Prior to the POV competition, Sheldon asked Kyle and Vanessa to throw the POV competition to help him backdoor Minh-Ly Nguyen Cao. While Kyle was happy to comply, Vanessa was not. Vanessa told Minh-Ly that she had been asked to throw the POV but pushed the blame on Brooke instead of Sheldon. Minh-Ly then spread the information to other people, and it got back to Vanessa’s KVBS alliance. Vanessa denied the information and blamed Minh-Ly for the drama, which made Minh-Ly a target.

Madeline and John Luke won the competition. This earned Madeline the POV and John Luke immunity. Needing a replacement nominee, Sheldon nominated Minh-Ly.

Wanting to get down to the bottom of who was spreading lies about her, Minh-Ly confronted Vanessa Clements. However, she got nowhere with Vanessa. So, she called a house meeting to settle the issue. During the house meeting, Jamar Lee’s actions crossed the line, making Kyle and Vanessa feel uncomfortable. As a result, Jamar was expelled from the Big Brother Canada house. Two days later, Kyle was also expelled for what production deemed “a pattern of problematic behavior.” Due to the expulsions, production hit the reset button on the game, making Sheldon eligible to compete for HOH and voiding the nominations.

Before the HOH Competition in week 4, Sheldon, Brooke, and Vanessa added Chris along with Susanne Fuda to their alliance. Sheldon won HOH again after Chris made a deal to give it to Sheldon. Carol Rosher informed Sheldon she wanted to be evicted on Thursday. However, not everyone was on board with her wishes. Brooke tried to get her alliance on board with the idea so that they wouldn’t look like the bad guys for keeping Carol when she wanted to leave.

In a twist, Sheldon was awarded the Wendy’s Power Up Necklace. The Wendy’s Power Up Necklace, gave Sheldon a choice of two options: Chop a Vote or Spice Up The Veto Competition. Chop a Vote allowed Sheldon to nullify one houseguests’ vote at the eviction. Spice Up the Veto Competition would allow him to play in the POV competition if he wished. In Big Brother Canada, the HOH is typically not eligible to play in the POV Competition until the final 5. Sheldon chose the Chop a Vote power.

Sheldon nominated Carol alongside Minh-Ly that week with an uncertain target. Hira Deol won the POV Competition and chose not to use it.

On March 23rd, houseguests were given the devastating news from executive producer/showrunner Erin Brock that, due to local measures taken to curb the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), Big Brother Canada 8 was coming to an early end. They would have one last day in the house and their travel was being arranged home for them. Sheldon left the house along with his closest ally, Brooke sometime between 6:18 and 7:31 pm on March 24. They were the last two to leave.

Sheldon’s worst moves of Big Brother Canada 8

Sheldon’s worst move was winning that HOH in week 4. With back to back HOHs like that, he could have put a huge target on his back for weeks to come had the season continued. It is also likely that with Kyle gone, he would have been seen as the head of the majority and been targeted if someone in the minority had taken power.

What do you think Sheldon’s worst moves of Big Brother Canada 8 were if he had any bad moves? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below!