This is to be the first season of Crazybone5000's return to fan fiction writing. It will be a new series called Big Brother: Reality Rampage 1 where a number of reality stars from many different shows will return and play in the Big Brother house.
In this season 12 houseguests from many different reality shows will play in the Big Brother house. They will be split into three teams of four, representing the particular reality show they originate from.
No 'I' in Team: When going into the game the houseguests will soon realise there will be stars from the same show as them. For the first portion of the game they will play as a team and the competitions they win could have a major influence of their status in the game.
Fan Favourites: The reality stars returning to the game will be fan favourites from their show, this will make for a likeable and root able season of characters.
Head of Household: Each week one person will win the coveted Head of Household which gives a house guest the power to nominate two fellow house guests for eviction.
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'Believer' by Imagine Dragons thrums in the background as the Big Brother house is highlighted, looking as daunting and intimidating as ever. As the camera drifts out, legend and Big Brother superstar, Rey Strominger is seen smiling and waving to the live studio audience. He unveils the brand new series is called Big Brother: Reality Rampage, and that viewers should strap themselves in for a crazy season filled with combustible personalities. The audience let out a nervous yet vibrant cheer of delight to be able to watch the drama unfold. Rey also reveals that by the end of this introduction six members of this all-star cast will be immune from the first week eviction earning surprised gasps from the audience.
Rey faces the camera and without further ado introduces the first four contestants - all Big Brother alumni from previous seasons. Da'Vonne Rogers, Donny Thompson, Elissa Slater and Victor Arroyo come out with bags swung over their right shoulder, waving and smiling widely. Rey welcomes them all back to which Donny lets out a cheer, earning chuckles from the other three contestants. Before they go into the house Rey reveals that the game starts now and they're about to suffer their first twist. He reveals that one woman and one man from the four contestants in-front of him will earn immunity for the first week of gameplay; they will not be able to be Head of Household or play in the Power of Veto but will not be evicted from the Big Brother house. The four houseguests are wide-eyed at the revelation, wondering what they will have to do to earn immunity. Victor is seen rubbing his hands together hoping for a physical competition, commenting in the Diary Room, "When Rey said that we're gonna have to earn immunity, I was all for it! Everyone saw me on my season, I'm a beast y'all, these other people don't stand a chance!". Unluckily for Victor, Rey reveals that immunity will be earnt from being well-liked by the public. The fan favourites raise their eyebrows, surprised that the public will play a part in such an integral part of the game so early on. He reveals that the public have been voting and the male and female who have the most votes to be immune will earn immunity for the first week of competition. Rey takes the card out of his pocket and reveals that Da'Vonne and Donny recieved the most votes and will be immune whilst Elissa and Victor will have to fight eviction the old-fashioned way, leaving them with glum faces, whilst Da'Vonne smirks and whips her hair to the side.
Having heard what had just transpired, four more contestants come out from the side of the stage looking visibly shaken. Peih-Gee takes one look at her female counterpart Aubry stating in a diary room session, "So I get put with one of the most overrated players of all time *rolls eyes* there's no doubt in my mind she'll be immune, and it pisses me off!"As the four Survivor contestants line up in front of Rey, Rey reveals that James will be immune over Tarzan. James smiles, happy that he won't be the first boot, whilst Tarzan simply stares ahead. Julie turns to the women, and much to the shock of everyone in the studio, including Peih-Gee, she reveals that Peih-Gee will be immune. The two time Survivor player gapes and puts a hand over her mouth in pure glee. The four new houseguests join the Big Brother alumni and watch the Amazing Race returnees enter. Big Easy, Cole, Hayley and Vyxsin all come into view. Having had a few minutes to process the twist, the house guests look fairly relaxed before stopping infront of Julie. It is revealed that due to his social media presence Cole stormed the votes, whilst Vyxsin won out over Haylee, leading them to be immune. Vyxsin looks extremely happy to have been given a lifeline, stating in the diary room, "Coming into this house, having pink hair and looking slightly different definitely puts me at a disadvantage. If these people think I'm some kinda freak they're gonna vote me out straight away, and we can't have that! Being immune is a huge weight off my shoulders! Thank you America!" Vyxsin walks over to all the other house guests with a picturesque smile on her face.
Now that the introducing twist was over, Rey announces that the twelve new houseguests can enter the Big Brother house. With cheers and waves back at the crowd the twelve returning reality stars enter the house to start the summer of a lifetime.
Week 1 Edit
As the houseguests go through the door to what they think is the Big Brother house, they are immediately presented with the back garden of the house, where a Head of Household competition is laid out and waiting. A television screen pops into life where Rey's face is presented to the houseguests. He reveals that before they even get a chance for casual introductions the six house guests without the luxury of the public vote will be competing for the Head of Household position, which holds not only immunity but power in the house. Rey explains that this competition will be called 'The Amazing Taste' and the six houseguests will be tasting a range of dishes and food stuffs which they will have to match up to the correct picture. Each round house guests will be presented with three options to choose from as to what they're tasting. If you get a food item wrong to what you are tasting you will be out from the challenge. The last person standing will win power and immunity in the form of the Head of Household.
The six house guests with immunity go ahead and seat themselves on the sitout bench whilst the eight competing get ready at their stations, they put on their blindfolds and the six sitting out are instructed to lift the lid of the first dish. Unveiled to the audience is a jar of peanut butter, with a sample laid out for the contestants. In this round everyone seems confident and guess that it is indeed peanut butter, all advancing themselves to round two. In round two oreos are presented, and despite the other five looking rather confident, Tarzan looks to have no clue what he is tasting. He guesses chocolate and is therefore removed from the competition which earns a slam of the blindfold and a hefty flop onto the elimination bench. In the next round peppers were presented, and the house guests for the first time looked to be struggling. However, Victor, Aubry and Big Easy eventually clocked onto the food infront of them whilst Elissa and Hayley took wild guesses, which proved to be wrong which led to their elimination from the competition. With three people left in the competition, the anti seems to have been raised as dates are put infront of the contestants. Immediately Victor is seen making a face, not liking the flavour at all, and having no idea, Aubry and Big Easy are seen thinking about the food inside of their mouth before something clicks for Big Easy as he states in the diary room, "At first I was like what is in my mouth? And then I realised it's a date! Being a Harlem Globetrotter, you have to keep fit and eating healthy food like dates is something I eat on a daily basis. I can't believe it took me that long!" Victor's guess is seen to be wrong and the camera switches to Aubry who guesses raisins, eliminating her. Big Easy guesses dates and it is revealed that Big Easy has won the first Head of Household of the summer, earning a fist bump and a jump in the air, showing that the Globetrotter is an obvious competitor in the game much to Victor's ire.
Proceeding Big Easy's Head of Household win, the house guests finally enter the house, this is where the excitement begins as the reality stars all race into the bedroom and grab the beds they want. Introductions are made as the reality stars start to take in the house and their surroundings, some recognise their counter parts and whilst some are friendly towards eachother, others cannot stand the sight of them. Da'Vonne in particular looks unhappy to see Victor in the house with her, "Seriously? This douche again? I've had enough of him all he's got are his muscles, and nothing up in his lil' old head, well Mama Da's here to prove it again I guess!" Proceeding Da'Vonne's sassy diary room comment, we see clips of the house guests socialising with eachother, unlike other seasons though, the teams don't seem to be making any deals. All the house guests seem to see this as the individual game that it is and are starting to make relationships which will only benefit them. Up in the Head of Household room Big Easy is seen chatting casually to James, the two can be seen forming a sort of friendship as they are seen laughing and joking with eachother, James comments that "I've seen this game before, making a majority with the HoH on the first day sets the tone for the rest of the first few weeks, that's why making a relationship with Big Easy was one of my main goals, and it wasn't hard, he's a nice, solid dude, someone I want my allegiance to lie with." James casually presents the idea of aligning together to Big Easy which seems to have gone down well for the Harlem Globetrotter, who enthusiastically agrees. However, knowing that two isn't nearly enough in a house of so many, James quickly suggests Victor, who is particularly strong at challenges. He also pitches that having a strong male from each returning show would benefit them hugely. Luckily enough Victor seems to be on the same wavelength, as he soon after enters the Head of Household room. James once again presents the plan him and Big Easy have developed, Victor quickly agrees, stating that he feels good about the three of them and that they're all hard-working and resilient individuals.
Elsewhere in the house Da'Vonne is seen hanging around in the small room next to the storage room, chatting to Elissa about returning to the Big Brother house. After a few minutes Peih-Gee comes in, joining the conversation and starts telling the girls stories about her Survivor experience and how she's glad to be in the thick of strategy and competitiveness that she thrives off. The camera cuts to a diary room confessional coming from Elissa who wants to give her thoughts on the other two women, "Coming into this game as Rachel's sister was tough, but now I'm Rachel's sister and people have seen how I play, how I work. I need a group of big characters to surround myself with so no-one comes for me. Da'Vonne is a loudmouth, always will be and Peih-Gee - the girl is a firecracker and she'll tell it how it is. In my eyes these are my people!" Elissa is seen giggling especially towards the end of her statement, presenting her excitement to find such relate able people in the house. Back in the small enclosure, Elissa pitches the idea of sticking together, explaining that they are three loud, opinionated women and need to have eachother's backs. Da'Vonne enthusiastically agrees, wanting to get on board with some solid numbers, whilst Peih-Gee also seems for the idea. Da'Vonne also highlights the fact that James has been making a lot of relationships in the house with people such as Big Easy, Hayley and Victor, to which Peih-Gee forcefully agrees, calling him a 'snake in the grass'. With their sights set on James and his chronies the three women all agree to stick together and align.
With two alliances already taking shape in the house, the camera focuses on a calm Aubry who calmly sits at the table eating a bowl of porridge, in the diary room she states, "Coming into this game, I know that I have a weighing reputation of being strategically apt, but I know that no matter what people are always going to under-estimate how I play. So for the first few hours I'm just gonna sit back and see how things pan out, and I can already see the two alliances forming. There's the big alphas and then there's the sassy females and in all honesty it's easy to predict! Right now, I need to play this correctly, and the best way to play is to kiss that Head of Household's ass!" A shot of Aubry picking up her bottle of water is shown before heading up to the Head of Household room where she takes a seat next to James just outside of it. Aubry quietly nudges him pointing to the three women below all exchanging loud spurts of laughter and arches her eyebrow. James nods chuckling, also realising what the four are up to, James thanks Aubry for making him aware of this before the former Survivor contestant heads back downstairs. The camera trains on James who immediately runs back into the Head of Household room, seeking out Big Easy and expressing his worries of the three women and how Aubry has just explained this to him. Big Easy sits eyes wide, taking all this in, stating in the diary room, "So much shit's goin' down already, and I dang dun' no what to do about it all man! James is convinced that those three girls are out to make chaos, and whilst I believe him, I do not believe Aubry! Man, I've seen Survivor, I know her game, the girl's sketch, and we need to be keeping a close eye on her!" James forcefully suggests the idea of nominating two of the three girl's for eviction, however Big Easy opposes the idea stating that showing their cards and firmly isolating the girl's would be stupid and that they need to play it subtly. James nods agreeing with Big Easy's sentiment about not laying everything out for their fellow competitors.
With nominations looming, Big Easy started to really think about which two competitors he wanted to nominate for eviction. He decides to hold a meeting with his two allies: James and Victor. He highlights to Victor the alliance of three girls and what danger they could pose to their alliance. Big Easy goes on to pitch that with only Elissa from the girl's alliance being up for nomination they should do everything in their power to evict her. Victor passionately agrees citing her as a social threat and being very popular with the public. With one nomination seemingly locked in the three start to ponder over their second nomination. James suggests targeting Tarzan as he is a threat to nobody and everyone will evict Elissa in the situation. However, Big Easy counters, using Aubry's strategic capabilities as an argument, stating that if something were to go wrong and Elissa didn't go home, Aubry would be a fitting replacement for that. However, James brings up that if people were to see Aubry as a threat and send her home they would still be up against a powerful force of three strong, opinionated women. We then transition to the nomination ceremony, Big Easy recites the infamous lines before turning the first key, the eyes of Victor, Elissa, Tarzan and Hayley stay transfixed on the wall opposite them as Elissa's face drifts on. Elissa pouts and frowns, upset at the nomination, Big Easy turns the second key to reveal Aubry is the second nomination. Aubry raises her eyebrows and rest her chin on her fist. Big Easy proceeds to say that it's nothing personal, he just feels less close to the two women as opposed to Victor, Tarzan or Hayley. Aubry is seen rolling her eyes at the lacklustre excuse and says in the diary room, "Big Easy obviously knows my game and what I'm going to do, and that's dangerous. Luckily there's the Power of Veto competition and it is imperative I win that and make sure I stay safe this week."
Proceeding the nomination ceremony, Da'Vonne gathers her female alliance of Peih-Gee and Elissa to discuss their next move forward. Elissa comments that the boys are obviously forming a dominant male alliance and it needs to be stopped in it's tracks. The other two women agree and think about bringing more people into the fold. The girls talk about involving Vyxsin stating she hasn't really been fitting in with any of the groups and she may be very loyal. Obviously going to act on their plan, Da'Vonne and Elissa approach a isolated Vyxsin, they start making quick chit-chat before telling her that they really like her and want to bring her into the fold. Vyxsin looks as if she could jump for joy at the proposal and wholeheartedly says yes, as she is evidently not part of any other factions. In the diary room however she comments that "I can't really trust these girls, I can sense that they think they can manipulate and use me to their own benefit. Well I'm not someone who lets people trample all over me. I have a brain and if they try to control me without my input then I'll ride over them with a tractor! (giggles)". With Vyxsin confirming her allegiance to the girls the three of Da'Vonne, Elissa and Peih-Gee meet back in the store room and rejoice at having a fourth member and now focus their sights on the Power of Veto. Meanwhile in the house Aubry is seen in the outside lounge area talking to Tarzan who looks very alone and tired. Aubry asks Tarzan about his hobbies and interests, and once he gets talking she nods and listens, as the conversation starts to go on it is evident that Tarzan's mood has brightened at the little bit of interest Aubry is showing him. In the diary room Aubry states that "I'm a strategist and strategists study the games they enter. I know Tarzan. He's a complete wildcard and loose cannon, but if you can connect to him he'll stay loyal. If I can attach him to my hip and make sure his wild actions have repercussions for anybody but me, I think I could go a long way into this game." Aubry finishes the diary room confessional off with a slight smirk as the camera transitions to the Power of Veto choosing where all twelve house guests are sat in the living room. With the start looming, Big Easy steps to the front of the lounge and reads the complimentary words to hosting the meeting. He asks Elissa and Aubry to join him up at the front and then they start picking names. Big Easy starts the choosing my delving into the bag he comes up with a chip labelled Hayley. The former Amazing Race star jumps in elation at being chosen - wanting the compete. Aubry then draws Victor which causes Victor to smirk and jump up, wallowing to the front of the room, earning an enormous eye-roll from Da'Vonne. Elissa then pulls out Houseguest's choice much to her delight and choose Da'Vonne to compete.
The camera transitions to the backyard of the Big Brother house to show a competition awaiting the six houseguests. Donny is seen with a massive grin on his face as he reveals the intricacies of the competition. Donny reveals that this competition is called Quoridor and that houseguests will have to stand on a game board set up in the back yard. The goal of the game is to make it from one side of the board to the other. One at a time, houseguests will either move one space in any direction or place a fence between spaces in order to stall their opponent's progress. The first player to reach the other side of the board will win the Power of Veto. With the rules established and understood by the players, they get started. It quickly becomes apparent at different tactics coming into play. Head of Household, Big Easy places fences infront of his fellow competitors; focusing on slowing down Elissa and Aubry. Victor also joins in and focuses on Tarzan and Elissa, preventing Elissa from making any real progress down the board. However, Hayley focuses on progressing herself down the board, and quickly takes a marginal lead. However, realising that Hayley is going to win Aubry sneakily talks to Tarzan about preventing her progress. Tarzan quickly understands and places a fence, blocking Hayley's path, allowing Aubry to make progress in catching up to her. The race has become two-horsed between Aubry and Hayley and with both sides of the house placing fences and trying to gain power, eventually Aubry and Tarzan pair up and take their opportunity in reaching the other side of the board. Allowing Aubry to claim the Golden Power of Veto.
Proceeding the Power of Veto competition, and after all the congratulations, Aubry and Tarzan share a celebratory hug in the store room at claiming the power. Aubry states to Tarzan that despite her winning, it may mean Tarzan's endangerment in the game, Tarzan quickly realises his vunerability and starts to get panicked, but Aubry calms him down stating that Elissa is a bigger threat and she'll make sure he'll stay in the house. Tarzan quips in the diary room that "Despite gifting Aubry the Power of Veto, I completely forgot about my own darn safety, luckily, I trust Aubry will all my soul and if she says I'm safe, then I know I ain't goin' nowhere this week". In the diary room Big Easy and his alliance celebrate the fact that Elissa is still up on the block, and have the general consensus that as long as she's up there, they can convince the house to send her home. Victor even adds that Aubry winning could be a good thing this vote, as Tarzan is a non-threat and no-one in the right mind would try and save Elissa over someone as goat-worthy as Tarzan. The three men ponder over who may join them in voting Elissa out the game. James quickly assures that with Aubry they already have three votes and only need two more. Big Easy rules out any help from Da'Vonne or Peih-Gee. James affirms that he can easily swing over Hayley has the two have made a connection and James proceeds to say he's got her wrapped up to do their bidding. The three men soon realise that it's all down to whether they can get one of Cole or Donny to vote with them.
The Power of Veto ceremony soon arrives, and Aubry gives the usual spiel about what the power entails and how she can use it to save a nominee. After giving Elissa a chance to say a few words, Aubry ultimately decides to unsurprisingly remove herself from the block, with this change in nominations made, she orders Big Easy to nominate another houseguest for eviction. Big Easy states that there is no-one else he can possibly nominate and points to Tarzan in synchronisation with saying his name. Accepting his nomination Tarzan plonks himself down next to a saddened Elissa, who already looks defeated.
With the nominees now finalised and eviction looming, it didn't take long for the house to collapse into complete madness and confusion. Elissa is shown meeting up with her female alliance of Da'Vonne, Peih-Gee and newly acquainted member, Vyxsin. The four women all promise their allegiance to the faction and agree to save Elissa. Da'Vonne quickly brings up the problem that Aubry is the only person close to Tarzan, citing Tarzan as a non-threat, and other people may see that aswell. Vyxsin agrees but hones in on the fact that Donny seems to be friendly with them and could flip. Da'Vonne agrees, but also points out that they need Cole, and no-one really entertained Cole or spoke to him at all. With the women quickly realising that Cole is their only hope at survival, Elissa quickly heads off to plead her case stating in the diary room, "I don't want to be the first one out! No way! My only hope is to persuade Cole to flip and if I have to use some womanly tactics to get him on side, then so be it, I'm here to win, not to get kicked off first and do nothing but sit on my ass while it happens! However, Victor and his alliance have already dragged Cole upstairs to discuss where his head is at, the three men act very welcoming and friendly towards the young guy, which Cole responds well to, obviously feeling comfortable around the three men. The men plead to Cole about evicting Elissa over Tarzan, however, Cole doesn't immediately agree telling the men he'll think about is as he finds Tarzan quite weird, and is uncomfortable when around him. After exiting the room Victor quickly states he does not trust him at all. He states that the kid's way too smart for his own good and is obviously aiming to play both sides to which James and Big Easy, to a lesser extent, agree with. Elissa is then shown talking to Cole, and trying to tell him how she will be very loyal if he saves her. She proceeds to go on that Victor and James are controlling the house and bending to their will is just going to bite him in the butt. In the diary room Cole explains how Elissa is off-putting and only cared about strategy, however he also understands the danger the three men pose and how they could very easily control the house with their prowess in challenges. Before cutting to the eviction Donny is shown conflicted in the diary room as he wants to save Elissa, but ultimately will vote with the house and goes to see what Cole wants to do. The two are shown but their conversation is muted out to leave the public in a state of the unknown.
The eviction is finally dawned upon the houseguests and Tarzan and Elissa quickly plead to their houseguests about their desire to stay in the game. In the end it is revealed that by a vote of 6-3 Cole and Donny decided to appease the men of the house and split the female alliance straight out of the gates as their votes seal Elissa's fate and she becomes the first person evicted from the Big Brother house.
Week 2 Edit
The camera opens up to the Big Brother house following Elissa's eviction from the Big Brother house. Before the house guests have a chance to process what had just taken place and the details behind the vote, Julie orders the house guests outside to compete in the Head of Household competition. With the exception of Big Easy, the previous Head of Household, the house guests get ready for the competition. Big Easy reveals that this challenge is called The S'more the Merrier! He reveals that the Houseguests will each stand on their individual lanes. They must travel up and down the lane transporting hot chocolate from a tub to a glass bowl on the opposite end. The first Houseguest to fill their bowl and retrieve the ping pong ball from inside will become the new Head of Household. However, it's not as easy as it seems as the lanes are layered in slime, guaranteed to get the house guests slipping and sliding all around and may cause them to lose some chocolate along the way.
With the instructions all laid out and understood by the competitors, the competition gets under way. Immediately it's very obvious to spot that this challenge has an enormous learning curve as every single house guest is seen slipping and sliding and struggling to find little footing on the pathway. After a few minutes a select few of the house guests seem to be getting the hang of the concept. Because of their slight figures, Aubry and Hayley start to glide across the course, whilst Victor adopts an efficent strategy to suit him.. Cole also joins the four to become the front runners. It soon becomes apparent that James stands no chance as he just can't seem to get any strategy going. A time-skip occurs to about ten minutes later and people are starting to come close to winning the challenge. Since the last update, Hayley seems to have fallen out of it after losing a lot of energy. Cole is leading followed by Victor and Aubry still clinging on. However, it soon becomes clear that both Cole and Aubry are tiring and despite his large stature, Victor has managed to give himself a good strategy. Along with his physical attributes, Victor starts to build up a sizeable lead on the other two and it soon becomes clear there's only one winner. Eventually Victor does indeed fill up his meter and earns the second Head of Household of the summer, much to the chagrin of Da'Vonne, Peih-Gee and Vyxsin.
Following Victor's impressive Head of Household victory, the house guests all head back inside. Victor, Big Easy and James celebrate having power in the house once again in the HoH room which is becoming a familiar meeting place for the trio. The three start to discuss the intricacies of the previous eviction vote and what went down. Victor highlights the fact that three votes were cast against Tarzan and identifies that Da'Vonne and Peih-Gee must have reeled someone else in on the plan. Big Easy rules out Donny - stating that the older male is a man of his word and wouldn't go back on it. Victor suggests Cole being the culprit, stating when asked to vote with them the Amazing Race veteran seemed hesitant and shady. James whole-heartedly agrees stating he doesn't trust the kid at all, whilst Big Easy counters that it would make more sense if Vyxsin was the one at the heart of it all, underlining that gender is a very influential in alliances nowadays, gesturing to the three of them. This earns light chuckles, before Victor trys to stamp down his points on Cole, sighting him as someone who plays the middle and never truly picks a side, and that could be dangerous, stating that at least they know what to expect from Da'Vonne and Peih-Gee; two obvious and opinionated women in the house. Big Easy suggests talking to Vyxsin and trying to get a read on where her head is at and if she would be willing to help them out. When discussing nominations, James brings up the fact that Da'Vonne and Peih-Gee are all alone without Elissa and focuses his campaigning on Cole. Victor likes this plan, also pushing to centre around Cole's demise, but talks about nominating two pawns to ensure that Cole won't be saved at the Veto ceremony. The trio bring up the names of Da'Vonne and Peih-Gee or Aubry and Tarzan - as they are two obvious pairings in the house that do need to be split up but will both suffice as pawns to get their real target, Cole out of the house.
Elsewhere in the house Vyxsin is seen lounging in the living room, with her feet curled up beneath her on the sofa whilst she engages in conversation with a cheerful looking Donny. The two are heard talking about their normal lives. Vyxsin talks about her Amazing Race adventure and her friend Kynt. She also talks about the support and love she has gotten on the outside, and how she finds it crazy that people recognise her from the programme. Donny agrees stating that he's a normal guy that enjoys the quiet things in life and having paparazzi and people talking about him is a step out of his comfort zone. Vyxsin comments in the diary room with a smile painted on her face that she really likes Donny and the fact that their both quiet and reserved people really draws her to him, adding on to that she states that he's just an all-round sweetheart. Vyxsin slowly and cautiously moves the topic of conversation on to the game thus far, prompting Donny to comment of his lack of alliances and lack of trust in house. Vyxsin, rebukes, promising that she will look out for Donny, commenting to him that she believes that the people who stay true to themselves are the people that deserve to advance in the game. Donny agrees to Vyxsin's proposals, thriving off the fact that he has something in common with the vibrant young woman. As they part ways a clip of Donny is shown looking very happy with the new alliance he has built, telling the camera that all of his loyalty is in Vyxsin, and his words is his bond, and to find someone who's equally as trustworthy and kind is a blessing to his game.
However the scene doesn't change from Vyxsin who is awaited by Victor in her bedroom. The Amazing Race star looks startled to see the toned male lounging on her bed, smiling up at her as she walks in. When asked what he would like Victor divulges Vyxsin into his distrust of Cole, and the apparent vote he sent the way of Tarzan. Realising quickly what is going on, Vyxsin plays along with Victor's complete miscue about Cole, stating that she was very confused about the vote and presumed it was just Donny getting confused. Happy with the fact that Cole's lies have also been seen by another player, Victor wastes no time in throwing the young man under the bus, calling him out by saying that he has been pretty shady and is playing the middle. Wanting to get her girls out of trouble, Vyxsin nods along agreeing with everything Victor is saying, commenting about her free agent status in the game. Eyes lighting up at the prospect of getting another alliance member on board, Victor quickly asks Vyxsin into the alliance, telling her that he, Big Easy and James are in an alliance, and worked together to get Elissa out. Vyxsin acts surprised at the revelation, even though there's nothing new about the content of what Victor is saying. Victor inquires if she would like to join their clique, which Vyxsin responds to with an excited yes, bringing a giant smile on Victor's face. With a seemingly new member on board the alliance, Victor tells Vyxsin of his plan to backdoor Cole, to which the young woman nods reverently, agreeing with anything that will result in her ladies being safe for another week. The two proceed to shake hands as Victor leaves Vyxsin on her bed. In the diary room Vyxsin smirks with delight and tells the camera that she never expected herself to be a devious character in the game, but she also comments that in this game you've got to keep the people close to you safe and if that means lying and being deceitful, so be it.
The camera then takes an overview of the house going through the kitchen area and storage room to represent a skip in time as we rejoin the house in the Head of Household room where James, Victor and Big Easy are joined by their newly instated alliance member, Vyxsin. Having been informed on the plan to backdoor Cole, Vyxsin questions the men on who would be the best people to put up as pawns. Big Easy brings up that they were discussing to put up a pair, such as, Aubry and Tarzan or Da'Vonne and Peih-Gee. Upon hearing her allies names thrown into the mix, Vyxsin comments that Da'Vonne and Peih-Gee might feel better and more inclined to listen to the alliance in the future if they appease them and don't nominate them for eviction. However, Big Easy counters that Aubry and Tarzan are less likely to win the VETO, making it more likely for someone like Cole or Donny to win the VETO and leave nominations the same. Victor chips in and comments that Aubry has shown her strategic acumen and brings up the fact that the two are an obvious pairing, and that letting them advance could be dangerous, citing that even if the VETO were not to be played on one of the two, it could still be advantageous to them. However, James says that the same could be said about Da'Vonne and Peih-Gee, also commenting that they would have even more influence in the house. Vyxsin rebukes that despite them being good players, they are very predictable due to their loud opinions and their quality of saying it how it is all the time. The four continue to play devil's advocate to eachother's plans before transitioning to Victor standing in front of the other house guests with two keys in front of him. After reciting the usual spiel on nominations, Victor proceeds to turn the first key, showing Aubry's face on the wall, Aubry raises her eyebrows, not prepared to see her face come up at all, expecting the men to target Da'Vonne and Peih-Gee. Victor turns the other key revealing Tarzan's face, Tarzan smiles and says 'Does that mean I'm safe'. The house guests chuckles while Donny informs him what it entails while Da'Vonne simply face palms. Victor reveals to the two nominated house guests that he has seen them develop a tight bond and that they are big threats to his game right now. Aubry rolls her eyes at the weak explanation and comments in the diary room that she's already over being nominated week after week, but tells the camera that she won the VETO before, she can sure as hell win it again before cutting to Julie Chen who thanks the viewers for tuning in before transitioning to the next programme.
The camera opens up to shortly after nominations where Aubry and Tarzan had been placed alongside each other on the block, the three women of Da'Vonne, Peih-Gee and Vyxsin, secretly party in the storage room, overjoyed that they have somehow managed to dodge the block. Vyxsin quickly fills the women in on her double crossing of the men, stating they think that Cole tried to vote Tarzan out last week. This sends Da'Vonne into a loud laugh, in disbelief of Victor's stupidity, the Big Brother veteran high-fives Vyxsin and asks her if she got any other information. Vyxsin explains that Victor told her of his alliance with Big Easy and James and that they are actually planning to backdoor Cole. Peih-Gee clamps a hand over her mouth in shock, stating that they would have to be braindead to take out Cole who actually voted to evict Elissa last week. Vyxsin also tells the two about Donny and how they could rope him in as their new fourth. Da'Vonne likes the idea and the three women all share a group hug to confirm their allegiance to one another, however in the Diary Room, Peih-Gee explains her reservations about Vyxsin stating that she never had Vyxsin down as a deceitful person, but her dealings with Victor have shown her to be a Grade-A liar and says that one eye is firmly on Vyxsin. Julie Chen then announces the start of the VETO meeting. Victor asks for Aubry and Tarzan to join him at the front before diving his hand into the bag of names. He pulls out Cole's name much to his chagrin as he is just able to hide his disappointment as the young man jumps up next to him. Tarzan is next and reveals James's name which seems to qualm Victor's nerves, and is further appeased when Aubry draws Vyxsin's name from the bag; meaning the players competing in the VETO are Victor, Aubry, Tarzan, Cole, James and Vyxsin.