Dearborn's Dan Gheesling escaped eviction again Thursday, and has made the final three on the CBS reality show Big Brother.
Gheesling was initially nominated for eviction by Head of Household Danielle Murphree against contestant Ian Terry.
Murphree however won the Veto competition, and the ability to change one of her nominations. Gheesling convinced Murphree to remove Gheesling from the nomination block, and the only remaining contestant that could go up in his place was Shane Meaney, whom she has been flirting with throughout the summer. Gheesling did this by telling Murphree that, as the sole vote to evict, he would evict Terry instead of Meaney.
However, in a move that apparently shocked Murphree, he decided to vote out Meaney.
As a result of surviving tonight's eviction, Gheesling will remain in the Big Brother house until the finale on Sept. 19. He will have to pass one more eviction round, and then he will have a chance at the show's $500,000 grand prize which will be awarded by a jury of seven previously evicted houseguests.
CBS will next air Big Brother Sunday at 8 p.m., and the finale will be next Wednesday at 9:30 p.m.