Wednesday's season finale of Big Brother pitted Season 10 winner Dan Gheesling vs. newcomers Danielle Murphree and Ian Terry, with $500,000 on the line.
For Dan, who made few enemies on his last run to the title, this time was a harder sell. "There are a lot of things I'm ashamed of," he admitted last night.
Of his constant backstabbing and lying this summer, he said, "I had to play a ruthless game. If I could take it back, would I? Yeah... I was up to my elbows in blood."
Did it stop him from winning? Find out below ...
During the first half of the Big Brother 14 finale, the field was narrowed down to just two as Dan won the first part of the final Head of Household competition.
Ian won the last two parts, sending Danielle packing and figuring that the "probability, statistics and a little bit of heart" would propel him over Dan in a jury vote.
It did. Ian Terry is $500,000 richer as the winner of Big Brother 14!
"This is easily the best moment of my entire life... Quack-quack is all I've got to say," Ian said in appreciation. Danielle cast her vote for Dan, BTW.
Frank Eudy, meanwhile, walked away with the title of America's Favorite House Guest and $25,000. What do you think? Did America (and the jury) get it right?