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Big Brother’s Frank Reveals If He’d Ever Return for a Third Season (Exclusive)

Don’t count him out! Frank Eudy is game for another season of Big Brother. The recently evicted houseguest opened up about playing in season 18 during a recent interview with Us Weekly.

“I would come back,” the Arizona native, 32, tells Us. “I love the show, and the Big Brother house is my second home.”

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Eudy previously appeared in season 14 of the CBS reality show before joining as one of the four vets this year. He immediately became a threat because of his alum status, big personality and domination in the Roadkill competitions, but he was eliminated in the Thursday, July 28, episode. The medical sales rep explained how his strategy stayed the same and how it changed between both seasons.

“One similarity was that I ended up strapping myself to Bridgette [Dunning], kind of like me and Mike [“Boogie Malin]. I found someone that was loyal to me, and loyalty is worth its weight in gold in the house,” he says. “Differences — I slept more and I stayed up later.”

Frank mainly aligned with Bridgette this time around. His dream team alliance would have also included three other competitors, though.

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“I wanted to work with James [Huling]. I tried to talk to him multiple times about it. I felt like he could be trusting and he could trust me,” he reveals. “James could be on the list, and Paulie [Calafiore] would be as well. If my gut was right about Corey [Brooks], I would like to work with him too. It would have been me and Bridgette till the end.”

The Big Brother 18 cast
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For more with Frank, read the rest of his Q&A below:

US WEEKLY: What was your biggest regret from this season?

FRANK EUDY: Getting a little too comfortable and trusting a few people a little too much. That is one of my biggest downfalls from last season.

US: How would you describe your relationships with Nicole Franzel and Da’Vonne Rogers?

FE: I’d definitely describe it as a roller coaster. I always wanted to trust Nicole, but after the vote when Bronte went home, I just had trouble believing her because I assumed she lied to me. Da’Vonne and I felt close in the beginning, and that fell off a plateau and never really came back.

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US: What advice did you give to Bridgette before you were evicted?

FE: I told her to try and work with Paulie and try and get Nicole out of the house so she could work with Corey. I told her to try and use Michelle’s obvious emotions about me going home to relate to her and create a bond. They were both upset about me leaving. As far as their drama, I felt like it was all on Michelle. She was just a little immature.

US: What was your favorite moment from this season?

FE: My two Roadkill wins were fun. Opening up those tackle boxes when you didn’t think you won and seeing “winner” is very exciting.

US: What was your least favorite?

FE: Getting evicted and almost breaking Bridgette’s ankle. That was awful.

The next Big Brother airs on CBS Wednesday, August 3, at 8 p.m. ET.

Relive Frank’s eviction in the video above!


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