Big Brother 1: Mystery Island is the first Big Brother season by FluffyYoshi. The season features sixteen houseguests competing for a half million dollars. The house is themed after a mysterious island mansion.
- Murder Mystery - Coinciding with the theme of the house, a houseguest will be chosen on Day 1 to plot to "murder" one of their fellow houseguests on Day 3. The houseguest will be considered evicted and leave the house. The rest of the house will have two chances throughout the game to vote for who they think is the murderer. If they get it wrong, punishments will be unleashed on the house. If the murderer is found, they will be evicted by the house because of their act of treason against the house.
- Ghostly Co-Heads of Household - If the house gets their first guess wrong, this twist will be unleashed, making the previous two evicted houseguests become Co-Heads of Household. Each of them will nominate someone, and will replace their nominee if they come down.
- The Bail - If the murderer is found, a houseguest will return to the game because the jail is overcrowded, and the real murderer must be jailed. This will be determined by a competition.
- Detective's Competition - Unleashed once the Murder Mystery was solved, for three weeks, all the houseguests excluding the Head of Household will compete for immunity and the chance to put up a third nominee, although they will be unable to vote for the week.
- Co-Heads of Household - During Week 8, two houseguests would become the Heads of Household together, each allowed to nominate one person each. If their nomination comes off the block, then they get to name a replacement.
- Triple Eviction - During Week 8, three houseguests will be evicted in one night, with the second two being evicted in a vote to save, rather than to evict.
- Jury Battle Back Showdown - During the beginning of Week 9, it was revealed that the 6 previously evicted houseguests on the jury would battle to return back into the house, with the winner getting another chance at the prize.
- BB Rewind - During Week 10, a button will be placed in the house. If it is pressed, a BB Rewind will take place on eviction night, and Week 11 will become a redo of Week 10, with all the challenges being re-used and neither two on the block during Week 10 being evicted.
Julie Chen welcomes viewers back to another season of Big Brother, promising one of the most exciting and twist-filled seasons yet. Sixteen brand new houseguests are introduced and all of them enter on to the stage and wait to enter the house. Julie warns them that this season will be one of the toughest seasons yet, and that they should expect the unexpected.
The first group of houseguests enter, consisting of Cassidy, Lyra, Thomas, and Vincent, walk through the door, shocked at the atmosphere of the house. Lyra already isn't a big fan of Thomas, finding him creepy. They get to know each other, introducing themselves, and decide to claim beds. After talking for a bit longer, the second group of houseguests consisting of Alexa, Fae, Mark, and Monty enter. Vincent is attracted to Alexa, but he isn't sure if he wants to get into a showmance during the summer. Hugs are exchanged and the new houseguests meet each other and the houseguests who entered earlier. The third and fourth groups, consisting of Catherine, Hugo, Lito, and Whitney and Ally, Elias, Sarah, and William enter. The houseguests decide to sit on the couch, introducing themselves to each other. Thomas decides to lie about his job, claiming that he is a construction worker, while he is actually a professional poker player. Lyra, already suspicious of him, sees straight through his lies, although she doesn't know exactly what his real occupation is.
Julie welcomes the houseguests to the beginning of the season, and already tells them about the first twist of the summer. Somebody in the house is actually a murderer. The house is shocked, at first thinking an actual murderer is in there with them, and some of them are about to walk out the door. Julie explains more, stating that someone will be chosen to be the murderer, and each of them would go into the Head of Household room, one at a time, and they must pick a book and open it. If the book states that they are murderer, they must choose and lock in someone they want to kill by Day 3. Cassidy and Whitney let out big gasps, shocked by how much power this one person will have. Julie says that you may want to have good impressions with every single person in the house, because you don't know who is the murderer and what their intentions are. Julie wishes them all a good night and asks Elias to head to the room first.
As Elias heads up the stairs, murmurs and whispers are traded, and everyone is in shock and awe. Elias opens up the fourteenth journal, finding nothing written in it. One by one, houseguests go up, finding blank journals. The eleventh houseguest to go up, Catherine, decides to pick the third journal and within it, she finds out that she has the task of "killing" a houseguest. She reluctantly accepts her fate, and decides to go downstairs with a poker face, claiming that she didn't get it. By the time every houseguest had gone up, nobody had a clue who could be the murderer and who their target would be.
In one of the bedrooms, Alexa, Ally, Cassidy, and Whitney start bonding and forming an alliance. Each of them ask the rest of the group to promise to keep them in, if they are the murderer. They all promising, although they all say that they aren't. In the bathroom, Lyra decides to tell Mark about her suspicions of Thomas. He agrees and says that something has been up with them even before the twist. They agree to target him if they win Head of Household. The rest of the house is still in the living room. William speaks up and says that if anyone in the room is the murderer, then they should target Cassidy because she seems unlikable. Most people agree just to keep him happy, although people, specifically Catherine feel that saying that was unnecessary.
After attempts to find out who the murderer could be, the houseguests decide to go to sleep and wait for the next day. In the middle of the night, Hugo wakes up to try to look for any clues around the house. During this act, he awakens Lito and Monty who help him with his attempt to search. In the bathroom, they notice a suspicious mirror and decide to pull on it. Behind it, they find the number three. They weren't sure what it meant, but they decided that they should keep it to themselves and that they should work together. They decide to name their alliance, " The Triple Threat" representing the number they found, the number of people in the alliance, and that they think they are all good in most compartments of the game.
In the morning, Catherine decides to go into the Diary Room to lock her evictee into their eviction. She picks somebody and leaves, and Big Brother tells her that her choice will be revealed to house sometime during Day 3. She is happy about her decision, knowing that she doesn't like this person, finds them slimy, and that she would never work with them.
After a bit of time rocking in the hammock together, Alexa and Mark being to form a slight romance, creating their own name, Alark. They think it is a bit cheesy, but also cute. The day goes by slowly, as houseguest still get to know each other. The only interesting things include Alexa, Ally, Cassidy, and Whitney solidifying their alliance, and that Elias and Fae decided to pull some pranks on the houseguests, including Elias and Fae hiding in places and scaring people while jumping out.
The morning of Day 3 arrives, and Julie Chen asks the houseguests to enter in the living room. She announces that the murderer has made their decision and that the murderer had chose to "kill", William. William is in shock, along with Sarah and Vincent who believed that getting rid of Cassidy would be a better move. The rest of the house felt relieved, instead of shocked, happy that they weren't out of the game only three days in. William says his goodbyes, and wishes everyone the best of luck. He decides to say the names of everyone in the living room with him during the first day as potential suspects. The houseguests rattled from the accusations, get ready for their first challenge of the summer.
The first Head of Household competition of the summer begins and all fifteen houseguests are ready to play. The goal of the competition is to try and get out of a large black box in the backyard in the fastest time possible. Some people like Fae, Alexa, and Monty do well, whiles others like Mark, Vincent, and Ally do poorly. In the end, it is revealed that the people in the top three were Fae, Monty, and Catherine. In the end, Fae ends up having the fastest time and is crowned the first Head of Household of the summer.
Elias is happy about her win, and they decide that they should try and target the bigger guys, so they will stand more of a chance in more physical challenges. They decide to recruit Whitney to help them find out who the best targets are, but they don't know that Whitney will suggest people that her alliance agrees with. Whitney decides to meet her alliance and ask about who should be going up on the block. They say Monty and Lito, because they seem like they are capable in challenges, and even if one comes off, there is still the other on the block. Whitney then goes back and reports to Elias and Fae, saying that they should nominate Monty and Lito.
Meanwhile, The Triple Threats to uncover more clues on who exactly the murderer is. They come up empty handed, and were caught by Fae, who became extremely suspicious of the group. They explain they were simply trying to help the house, not hurt it.
The nomination ceremony begins, and Fae walks down the stairs bringing a key box with two keys in it. She puts down on the table and looks at all the other houseguests. She recites the regular speech, and turns her first key. Lito's head pops up on the screen, and he rolls his eyes, not surprised at the turn of events. Fae turns the second key, and Monty's face pops up on the screen. He just shrugs it off and is unphased. Fae says that she nominated the two because they were snooping around the house looking for something and they are both threatening competitors. The nomination ceremony ended, and everyone stood up and exchanged hugs, mainly with Lito and Monty.
After the ceremony, Hugo, Monty, and Lito head outside and talk about how they should try and keep their search a lot more lowkey. Monty mentions that now the whole house knows that they are looking for something, meaning that the murderer could find something and make sure that nobody else finds out. They know that they have to get rid of Fae if they win Head of Household next week.
Upstairs, Fae, Elias, Whitney, Alexa, and Mark are happy about the results of the ceremony and agree that together they would make a good alliance. Whitney suggests to include Ally and Cassidy, while Mark suggests to add Lyra, which would bring the alliance number up to eight. They all think it is an amazing an idea, because then they could have the majority and rule over the house.
Mark goes downstairs to Lyra, who is with Vincent and whispers in Lyra's ear to meet him in the bedroom. They meet and Mark mentions the alliance. Lyra isn't too happy about some of the people in the alliance, but she decides to go along with it just so she can have some safety.
In the kitchen, Vincent and Sarah were talking together and they decided that they should try and look out for each other and work together. They agree that they need to get more people on their side, and they agree on Catherine and Thomas.
Fae calls everyone to the living room to pick players for the veto competition. She calls up her two nominees, Lito and Monty and explains that each of them, along with her must pick a chip for the veto competition. Fae picked Mark, Lito picked Sarah, and Monty picked Cassidy. The nominees aren't too happy about their picks, but think they could beat them if it is a physical challenge.
Whitney and Ally are excited about the picks, saying that they know that Cassidy and Mark would not take someone down, and Sarah would be most likely not to take someone down, so as long as Lito and Monty don't win the veto, then they should be able to keep the nominations the same. If worse comes to worse, then they can just renom Hugo.
The veto competition called The Schoolroom has houseguests trying to fight letters to spell the largest word possible and put it on their chalk board before the time runs out. At the beginning of the challenge, Monty and Sarah start to an early lead with quite a few good letter, while Lito quickly falls behind in finding good letters. Fae ends up picking her letters fast, thinking that she made the largest word possible. In the end, Monty beats Sarah by one letter and takes the Power of Veto.
The majority alliance, already knowing that Monty will use it on himself, they decide that they should just renominate Hugo, and get one of the guys out. Mark asks about who they should vote out, and Fae suggests to vote out Lito, because she her one of her original targets. The group agrees to the plan, and they know that with this move, they can begin to weaken the minority.
At the veto ceremony, Monty recites the regular speech and decides to use the Power of Veto on himself. With Monty off the block, Fae has to nominate someone in his place, and she decides to nominate Hugo, making allies Lito and Hugo stay on the block together. The ceremony is adjourned and Hugo isn't too happy, but hopes that he could stay in a bit longer.
Hugo goes to talk to Fae, and asks why she nominated their group. She said that she wasn't too inept on the threat levels of members of the house, so she asked Whitney, the only person who bothered having a strategic conversation with her, before she won Head of Household. Hugo says that he has no problems with her, only Whitney. He then goes downstairs to call Whitney out in front of the house, saying that this wasn't Fae's HoH, but Whitney's. Whitney fires back, saying that he should stop complaining and just play the game. Hugo walks out after a few more jabs are exchanged, claiming that there is an obvious majority that needs to be overthrown.
On eviction night, Hugo calls out Whitney is his speech once again, while Lito says that he's happy for the experience that he had and hopes that he could stay in the house longer. The houseguests voted, and with a unanimous vote, Hugo was evicted from the house. He left calmly, taking his things, and swiftly walking out of the house, avoiding any hugs.
During his chat with Julie, he says that he regrets waking up that night to look for clues. She should've tried to get into an alliance with Fae, because she seems to be in some kind of majority. Julie sends him off, and lets the viewers know about the upcoming week, including the upcoming Head of Household challenge, the nominations, the Power of Veto challenge, and the next week's eviction.
The Head of Household competition, named Memory Wall Memorization began with houseguests trying to remember how the vandalized memory wall looked like when it was vandalized earlier in the day. In the end, Elias won the Head of Household challenge, keeping the power in his alliance for another week.
After the challenge, Fae and Elias chatted together and Fae said just to nominate Lito and Monty again. Elias said that they should try and backdoor Whitney, because she is the most powerful player in the game, and that she is trying to make them her puppets because they have been in power. He continues saying that once someone else is in power, she will probably trying to get them to do her dirty work as well. Fae agrees and says they need to get people on board. Elias suggests starting off by getting Vincent, Catherine, Sarah, and Thomas, which already gives them five if all of them agree. Fae says with whoever isn't on the block in the end from Monty and Lito can be their sixth.
Whitney is talking to her girls alliance and says that this is perfect and that they can get rid of Monty or Lito this week and they can grow stronger. Ally says that there are some people who are playing the middle at the moment, which include Catherine and Thomas, but Whitney shrugs it off saying that they are technically in the minority. The rest of the group agrees.
In the kitchen, Vincent talks to Fae, and Fae proposes the plan to him. He agrees saying that right now, he is in the middle is happy to pick a side that benefits him and Fae. Meanwhile, Elias goes up to Catherine and Sarah, and they agree with the plan. Finally, they both approach Thomas, Lito, and Monty, saying that if they put up Lito and Monty as pawns, they can backdoor Whitney, and they already have enough confirmed votes to do so. Lito and Monty agree because they'll do anything to be safe from eviction.
At the nomination ceremony, Elias nominates Monty and Lito, leaving the entire house happy and calm before the storm that Elias and Fae are planning. Monty and Lito hug the other houseguests before going upstairs to celebrate the beginning of the plan with Elias, Fae, Catherine, and Thomas. The girls alliance along with Mark and Lyra gather in the backyard, happy about the plan they think is going on, working
Fae and Elias have a chat with Whitney, Cassidy, and Mark about who should go up if Monty or Lito come off, Whitney and Mark suggest Thomas as a renom and Cassidy agrees. Elias says yes, but he isn't actually telling the truth.
Elias calls everyone to the living room to pick players for the veto competition. He calls up Lito and Monty and they each pick a chip. Elias picks Vincent, Lito picks Cassidy, and Monty picks Mark. The people involved with the secret plan are not happy with Cassidy and Mark being picked, so they hope that either Elias, Lito, Monty, or Vincent win the veto.
Fae, Lyra, and Ally talk and Ally is happy about how the picks went and that they should just keep nominations the same and see one of them go home, and make sure that the third and final one goes next week. Fae mentions that there still is that murderer twist and there might be repercussions if they don't get the murderer out. Lyra says that it would be smart to try and renom the person who might be the murderer, if the murderer isn't Lito or Monty.
The veto competition called was held and in the end, Monty won his second veto competition of the season, making Elias' plan successful and that Whitney would most likely go home during the week.
Whitney heads up to the Head of Household room, telling Elias that putting up either Thomas or Vincent as a renom would be a good move, and that they should just get Lito out this week, so that they don't have to put him on the block over and over again. Elias pretends to agree and says that it would be the perfect move.
The veto ceremony begins and Monty uses the veto on himself, leaving Lito and an empty spot on the couch. Elias decides to nominate Whitney, and Whitney's jaw dropped open, in shock of the move that Elias made. The rest of her alliance is visibly angry and she sits down. The veto ceremony ends and Whitney runs off to one of the bedroom with Alexa and Cassidy.
In the bedroom, Whitney starts crying saying that Fae is just an old hag who deserves to go and rot in a retirement home and that she's just being a puppet master, something that she is getting Elias to target her for being. Alexa, Ally, and Cassidy agree that if they win Head of Household next week, Fae and Elias should be their nominees.
Vincent and Sarah celebrate in the pantry, saying that they are in the majority now, not the "mean girls". They are excited for their future in the game, and think that they should go to the final two together. They agree, and suggest that they should lay low and try and stick with whoever is the majority at the time.
Eviction night comes around and Lito and Whitney make their pleas. Lito says that he hopes that the house saves him once again and that they made this the best summer ever. Whitney says that she's here to fight and will target the puppet masters of the house. The houseguests vote, with Catherine, Fae, Lyra, Monty, Sarah, Thomas, and Vincent voting for Whitney, and Alexa, Ally, Cassidy, and Mark voted for Lito. In the end, Whitney is evicted in a 7-4 votes and she says her goodbyes and leaves the house.
The morning after the eviction, the houseguests were called to the living room. Julie informed them of the Detective's Vote. Each houseguest will vote for who they think the murderer was. If they get it wrong, a punishment will be unleashed on the house and whoever they accuse will be immune for the week because of them being wrongly accused. If they get it right, the murderer will be evicted, and the house will get a reward.
The houseguests headed one by one into the Diary Room to cast their votes, all of them were in shock, so they didn't know who to vote. As Catherine went in, she didn't cast a vote, as she herself was the murderer. In the end, Vincent got the most votes, but wasn't the murderer. He received immunity and Julie told the houseguests that their punishment would be revealed on Day 20. She wished them all a good day and left the houseguests in shock and awe.
After a long stressful day of trying to find out who the real murderer is, the houseguests head to sleep. In the middle of the next day, Big Brother calls everyone to the living room to let them know about their punishment. Their punishment is that Hugo and Whitney would become Co-Heads of Household, each having a shortlist of who they want up on the block, their replacement nominee, and someone who to put up, if their replacement uses the veto on their first pick. Houseguests are stressed, including Fae and Elias, both of which had a part in the eviction of both of those two.
Lito and Monty find this the perfect time to try and find out who is the murderer, so another punishment won't be unleashed later on. They try to find out what the number three means, with Monty suggesting that it could be that there is not one, but three murderers who were forced to work together. Lito says that it could be the members of the remaining girls alliance, Alexa, Ally, and Cassidy. Catherine walks in on Lito and Monty and joins their discussion, they tell her their prediction and she agrees with their prediction and who they think it is. Catherine leaves with a smirk on her face, winking at the camera because nobody suspects its her.
Elias and Fae are in the bedroom, nervous as this is their first time without power and it could end badly for them. Elias says that if one of them is on the block and the other isn't, then the one who isn't needs to win the veto to take the other off, and leave themselves safe as well. Fae agrees and thinks that they should go through with that plan.
Sarah, Vincent, Thomas, and Catherine meet saying that the murderer might have plotted to vote for Vincent. Sarah reminds Vincent that murderer couldn't vote, but Vincent replies that they could've planted the seeds. Thomas and Catherine disagree, and just think it is a group of people who simply don't like him. Vincent questions why, but they say they don't know.
Monty and Cassidy have a good chat, stating that working together secretly could be good for both of their games. Monty is excited for this relationship and Cassidy says they could make it to the final two together.
Alexa and Mark have their first kiss in secret, making sure nobody knows about their showmance, fearing of an even bigger target put on their backs because they are in the minority. Mark says they should be safe because Hugo and Whitney were both taken out by the Elias and Fae duo, so they will be probably both be on the block together.
At the nomination ceremony, Vincent is tasked with revealing the nominations. Vincent turns the first key, revealing Fae as Whitney's nomination. Fae doesn't look surprised expecting to be on the block. Vincent turns the second key, revealing Alexa as Hugo's nomination. Alexa rolls her eyes and mutters something under her breath. Vincent ends the nomination ceremony, wishing the two ladies on the block the best of luck during the veto competition.
Alexa goes crying to Mark, saying that it's unfair that Hugo nominated her for no reason. Mark reminds her that Hugo doesn't know as much as they do, so he may have based it off of first impressions, as Whitney might already have had Fae and Elias on her list. Alexa calms down and agrees with him.
Vincent calls everyone to the living room to pick players for the Power of Veto. Everyone arrives, and he calls up Alexa and Fae to pick players along with him. Vincent picks Cassidy who is competing for her third time, Alexa gets houseguest's choice and pulls Mark, while Fae pulls Thomas. Alexa is ecstatic about her pick, while Fae isn't too happy with the selection and hopes that in the case Vincent wins, he pulls her off.
Ally, Cassidy, Alexa, Lyra, and Mark are meeting in the bedroom and are extremely excited about the challenge, hoping that their alliance can pull through, and that the puppet master Fae could finally go home. Lyra says they still have to find out who the murderer is. Mark suggests Catherine, because she seems very suspicious. The group agrees and say they need to vote for her during the next Detective's Vote.
The veto competition is held and Mark ends up winning. After he won, Alexa runs up to him and hugs him because she thinks he'll use it on her.
Fae talks to Elias, worried that he might be a replacement nominee. Elias reminds her that Hugo will have to renominate someone which means that either Ally or Cassidy are most likely. Fae says that have to campaign hard against the person that goes up.
The veto ceremony is held and Mark decides to use the Power of Veto on Alexa, taking her off the block. Vincent announces that the replacement nominee that Hugo chose was Cassidy. Tears start to form in Cassidy's eye because she thinks that she will go home. The ceremony is ended and Cassidy's alliance and Monty hug her to comfort her.
Monty tries to convince Lito that it is better to vote to evict Fae because of her threat level, but Lito says that as long as Fae is in the game, they are protected from being targeted by the minority.
Cassidy tries to rally the votes to her side, by trying to convince Sarah and Thomas to vote out Fae. They say that they are undecided and that they will consider keeping her in the game. She says that their offer is better than nothing and that she hopes they'll keep in her in.
Eviction night comes around and Julie asks the two nominees to say their pleas. Fae says that she may be old, but she feels as young as can be in the house and hopes that they can keep her around. Cassidy says that picking off the minority isn't fun, and that they should keep her to make big moves. The houseguests vote and there is a tie, Vincent breaks the tie sending Cassidy home. Cassidy leaves with tears in her eyes, taking her bags, and hugging everyone before she had to leave.
Right after Cassidy's eviction, the house began competing in their next Head of Household competition. After a close battle between Vincent and Mark was finished, Vincent came out victorious becoming the next HoH. Alexa and Ally were visibly unhappy because they knew that another one of them would be evicted from the house.
Inside, Alexa calls everyone out for there being a mob mentality against them, saying that picking them off one by one is simply useless for their game. Fae fires back asking what her alliance was trying set up in the first week. Alexa says she had no part in it and it was all Whitney's doing. They both walk away, mad at each other.
Vincent meets with his allies to discuss nominations. Catherine suggests nominating Alexa and Mark because they are a power couple, showmance, and if you put one up the other can just take them down with the veto. Vincent agrees with this plan and said it would've been what he had done even if Catherine hadn't suggested it.
After realizing that it would be impossible for there to be three murderers, Monty and Lito think the number three might resemble the number of the journal that belongs to the murderer. They decide that they should ask everyone what their number was because nobody will suspect that they have the knowledge of that number.
Monty asks Vincent, Sarah, and Catherine what their journal numbers were because he thinks it might be used in an upcoming challenge. Vincent says first, Sarah says ninth, and Catherine says third, not suspecting Monty's knowledge.
Fae and Elias think that this week is perfect for them, and can basically fly by to jury. Ally walks in on them and apologizes for Alexa's actions. Fae accepts this apology and says if Ally wants, she can align herself with them and Ally says yes to this offer because she has nothing to lose.
At the nomination ceremony, Vincent brings the nomination box down and puts it on the table. He turns the first key, revealing Alexa as his first nomination. Alexa isn't surprised and simply sits there unphased. He turns the second key, to reveal Mark as his second nomination. Mark is also unphased and just shrugs his shoulders.
Alexa and Mark swing in the hammock saying that one of them has to win the veto, and they have to try and campaign against whoever is up on the block next to them, ally or not. They decide that they should give it their all and they will try and stay in the game no matter what happens.
Vincent calls everyone to the living room to pick players for the Power of Veto competition. Vincent draws first and ends up with Catherine, Alexa is the second to draw and she draws Sarah, finally Mark draws Houseguest's Choice and picks Ally. The majority isn't too stoked of a member of the minority playing along with the two nominees, but just go along with it, hoping one of their three win the veto.
Alexa, Mark, and Ally discuss how Lyra has basically separated herself more and more from the group because they are in the minority. Ally says that she'll probably come crawling back them if they end up in power. They create a target list saying that Fae has to go next followed by Vincent and Lito.
The veto competition is held and Mark ends up winning his second veto of the summer. Alexa feels bitter sweet because Mark can get off the block, but she will still be on it. The majority is happy because they can just nominate Ally and get Alexa out for the week.
Alexa pleads to Vincent to put up Thomas or Sarah because they are just floating through the game doing nothing, and floaters don't deserve to stay in the game. Vincent tells her not to worry and that she will be able to stick around if she campaigns hard enough.
The veto ceremony is held and Mark decides to use the Power of Veto on himself, making Vincent have to renominate someone. In the end, Vincent chooses to renominate Ally, putting her up on the block with her ally, Alexa. The ceremony is ended and Ally is confident that she will stay in the house.
Alexa tries some last minute campaigning to Monty, Lito, Catherine, and Sarah saying that Ally may not seem dangerous but she will bite them in the back later and she is a much bigger threat in the long haul than herself.
Eviction night finally comes around and the houseguests are greeted by Julie, who tells them that a big storm will be hitting them after the eviction. Right after that, voting begins and in near unanimous vote of 8-1, Mark being the only one to vote for Ally, Alexa is evicted and will have to leave the house. Alexa says her goodbyes, and gives Mark a kiss.
The day after the eviction, houseguests are tasked to vote for who they think the murderer is. One by one, houseguests head into the Diary Room to cast their votes. Once everyone is done, Julie announces that Catherine received the most votes, at 5. She reveals that Catherine is the murderer, and will leave the house immediately. She leaves without her belongings in shock leaving to see Julie.
A few minutes later, Julie announces that someone will need to take Catherine's place, meaning that someone who was previously evicted will return. The results of the returning competition would be revealed on the next day, Day 34.
Big Brother asks for all the contestants to gather in the living room, to see who is returning to the game. He reveals that Whitney won the challenge, beating Hugo, Cassidy, and Alexa to return to the game. Everyone is shocked as they expected Hugo to win the challenge and return. All of a sudden, the doorbell rings and Whitney walks right back in.
The Head of Household competition begins and it ends with Sarah winning. Sarah's alliance consisting of Vincent and Thomas are happy, while the rest of the house feels indifferent. The house goes back inside to talk to Whitney as she has just returned.
After having an alliance meeting, Whitney and Ally fear that they will simply be picked off one by one until they are all gone. They hope that there is something that could save them from being evicted other than winning the Head of Household.
Vincent talks to Sarah about nominations. Sarah says it should be easy this week, nominating Lyra and Mark because they are a duo. Vincent agrees saying that Mark would be the better target because Lyra seems to be intent on targeting Thomas not them. Sarah mentions that Thomas is their number three, but Vincent says that he is expendable.
The houseguests are called to the living room and they all come down, nervous about what could happen next. Big Brother tells them that a new competition will be coming called the Detective's Competition, where the winner will receive immunity for the week and be able to nominate a third person. The minority alliance is happy of this fact, saying they can finally convince them to split on each other.
The Detective's Competition begins and Vincent ends up winning it. Sarah comes up to talk to him right after the competition saying that this is perfect, and they can just nominate Whitney who came back into the house.
Fae and Elias talk about laying low for the next few weeks so when the alliance has to turn on itself, they aren't the targets and other people are. Ally walks in and tells them about how her alliance wants to make big moves if they get in power. Elias tells Ally to try and deflect their target from her alliance.
Thomas and Mark have a game of pool which ends up resulting in a fight, and Thomas almost getting expelled because he was mad that Mark had cheated, even though Mark did not. Thomas was given a warning, and if he showed any kind of violence or threats again, he would be removed from the house.
The nomination ceremony is held and Sarah reveals her two nominees, Lyra and Mark. Lyra and Mark are not happy with what happened and hope that Vincent nominated somebody outside of the alliance to go on the block. Vincent reveals his nominee to be Whitney, who he says shouldn't even be back in the house in the first place. Whitney rolls her eyes at this statements. The ceremony is ended, and the houseguests go back to mingling with their allies.
Monty, Whitney, and Thomas are in the backyard talking about their jobs in real life. Thomas starts talking about his real job that he lied about on the first day, and Monty and Whitney ask if he said he worked as something else. Thomas he admits to them that he lied because he was afraid of being targeted.
Elias and Fae decide to go upstairs to talk to Sarah, suggesting that once they get rid of Lyra, Mark, and Whitney, they should keep Ally and start targeting Lito and Monty. Sarah says that maybe if one of them win Head of Household, they can try and get them to nominate Lito and Monty, instead of them.
Lito goes up to Monty and talks about flipping to the other side. Monty says to wait because right now, it's better to be in an alliance with a group of two, a group of three, and themselves, rather than a group of four and themselves. Lito suggests voting out Lyra this week instead of Mark, and going with Mark, Whitney, and Ally. Monty says if they win Head of Household, then do it, if not then they can just get rid of Mark to have the two girls.
Sarah calls everyone to the living room to pick players for the Power of Veto competition. She calls up the three nominees, Lyra, Mark, and Whitney. Sarah picks the first token and it has Fae's name on it. Fae comes up excited to play in the competition. Sarah picks the second token, and it has Ally's name on it. Ally comes up dancing, excited to have a chance to save her allies and flip the vote around. Sarah says that the competition would begin shortly, so they should be ready.
Monty and Lito continue discussing flipping to the other side, and says if one of them do end up on the block, they should abandon the plan and vote out Mark just for safety. The two agree and decide they have to do it when the time is right.
The veto competition begins and Fae ends up winning the Power of Veto. Fae is really happy, while Ally, Whitney, Mark, and Lyra, who had a four in six chance of winning the veto, didn't get it, and are going to stay on the block. Elias runs up to hug Fae for her second win overall during the entire season.
Upset about losing, Lyra talks to Ally and Whitney about possibly cutting Mark off and creating an alliance with just the three girls. Ally agrees and so does Whitney, they just need the majority to evict Mark for it to happen. Ally decides to go to talk to Fae and Elias about voting Mark out, Fae and Elias say that it was already the plan, and they were just about to let her know. She asks why not earlier, and they say because they didn't know what was going to happen involving the veto.
Monty and Lito go to talk to Ally about voting out Lyra instead of Mark this week. Ally says it would be better to vote out Mark, but Monty and Lito argue that getting of Lyra would be better because she much more of a strategic threat than Mark or Whitney. Ally says that right now, giving Mark 11th place is much better than giving Lyra 11th place. Ally leaves it at that decides to walk out of the room in frustration with their arguing. Monty and Lito now say that it might be impossible to flip with Ally unhappy with them, and Lyra running the pack.
The veto ceremony begins and Fae stands up, asking each of the houseguests to give a speech. Lyra says that she doesn't want to go home yet, Whitney says that she just came back and doesn't want to go right back out, and Mark decides to call out some people for doing nothing the entire game. In the end, Fae decides not to use the Power of Veto, a first for the season.
Whitney decides to campaign to Monty, Lito, and Thomas who are in the kitchen, telling them to not vote her out and vote Mark out. Thomas agrees, while Monty and Lito pretend to agree because they'd have Lyra out. Whitney leaves and then goes to Elias and Fae, asking them for their vote. They say that they are going to evict Mark and for her not to worry about the eviction.
Eviction night rolls around and Julie asks the houseguests to vote. One by one they vote, Monty and Lito attempt to evict Lyra, but it isn't enough as everyone else vote to evict Mark by a vote of 4-2-0. Julie informs Mark that he has been evicted, and will be the first member of the jury. Mark leaves the house, excited for jury, but sad to leave the house.
After Mark's eviction, the remaining houseguests began their next Head of Household challenge. It came down to a close finish with Ally, Lyra, and Elias, but in the end, Elias came out victorious, becoming the new Head of Household. Sarah ran up to him and hugged him, while Fae came up slowly, thinking that the game has gone perfect so far with their alliance basically holding all the power the entire season.
Elias decides to go and talk to Sarah and Fae after the challenge, saying that his nominations are obvious meaning that Lyra and Whitney will go on the block once again. Sarah mentions that Detective's Competition, but Fae says that they'll just put up Ally if one of them wins.
Lito and Monty once again talk about flipping, but Lito says he wants Lyra out first. Monty says if Lyra goes home this week and they flip, they are flipping to a minority, not a majority like they want. Lito agrees that they may just have to hope that one of the girls win the Detective's Competition and up put up someone from their alliance.
The Detective's Competition begins and Whitney ends up winning. Whitney is pumped about her win is ready to try and take down the majority. Sarah, Vincent, Thomas, Fae, and Elias aren't too happy, while Monty, Lito, Ally, and Lyra are. Everyone heads back into the house to discuss their plans for the week.
Whitney tells her alliance that she is putting up Fae this week, because she wants to see Fae go home on her closest ally's Head of Household. Ally suggests putting up Vincent instead, but Whitney says that Vincent will be her backup if Elias or Fae win the veto. Lyra agrees with this and says that need to get Lito and Monty to flip to their side to stay in the house.
Elias comes down the stairs with the key box and Whitney brings her own key box down right behind him. Elias turns his first key revealing Lyra as his nomination, he then turns his second key revealing Ally as his second nomination. Finally, Whitney turns her key revealing Fae as her nomination. Elias explains that Ally is his pawn and Lyra is his target, while Whitney says that it's finally time for a change, and that she has nominated Fae once, and isn't afraid to do it over and over until she is gone. The nomination ceremony is over, and most of the house leaves not in any kind of shock.
Vincent and Sarah talk about the two votes for Lyra last week. Sarah says that it may have been Monty and Lito because the two are really tight. Vincent suggests they should target them next week, after voting out Ally instead of Whitney this week, because it'd leave them with a duo who isn't so tight (Whitney and Lyra). Sarah agrees and that they need Elias and Fae on their side for this vote flip. Vincent says Ally is already set up to be the two's puppy dog once Whitney leaves, so it may be a pretty hard move to get them to flip.
In the living room, Elias calls everyone to pick players for the Power of Veto competition. The three girls on the block come up with Elias and Elias begins to pick players. Elias picks the tokens of Whitney and Monty. Whitney and Monty are excited to play in the competition, hopefully to get things to go their way. Elias ends off the picking and everyone leaves.
Thomas and Fae talk in the backyard about the current situation in the house. Fae says that once Whitney is out the door, they can take Ally and steamroll to the Final 4 with herself, him, Elias, and Ally. Fae mentions a Final 2 between the two to gain trust. Thomas agrees but he'd rather go to the end with either Vincent or Sarah, his allies since early on in the game.
Monty finally reveals his plan to Whitney about flipping the vote. He says that either her, Ally, or Lyra need to win the Power of Veto, and then they can take out Fae. If Fae or Elias win, they'll be in a corner, and most likely forced to vote out Lyra. Whitney says that she'll put up Vincent, and see if Fae would be willing to have a truce and get rid of him. Monty says that it will be unlikely, but it's better to try than to give up.
The veto competition begins and Elias pulls out the win, making this his third overall challenge win during the season. Fae is visibly happy as she knows she is coming off the block and that Whitney's ambitions to get her out have been crushed. Once again, the girls alliance is unhappy that they had such high odds, but they ended up losing. They think that Monty threw it so he didn't have to pick a side just yet.
Ally talks to Fae about Monty and Lito playing the middle. Fae says that it'd be better to target those two next week rather than Whitney, because they are really slimy players. Ally agrees and says that she'll tell Whitney about the plan. Fae says that she shouldn't because Whitney has been spending quite a bit of time with Monty. Ally agrees and says that she likes working with Whitney, along with Elias and Fae.
Monty and Whitney are in the kitchen talking about their plans. Monty says he'll try to get Lito and one other person to vote for who Whitney puts up. Whitney says that Fae or Thomas would probably be best. Monty agrees.
The veto ceremony begins and Elias uses the Power of Veto on Fae. Fae comes off the block and Whitney has to name a new person to go on the block to replace Fae. She nominates Vincent, who becomes the third nominee. Vincent is in shock, as he expected her to go after Thomas or the Monty and Lito duo. He sits down on the nomination couch and the ceremony is ended by Elias.
Monty proposes the idea of voting out Vincent instead of Lyra to Fae and Thomas. Fae and Thomas said that they'll think about it, although they aren't going to do it. Monty thinks that a move will finally be made during the week and that he and Whitney can steamroll to the end with Lito and Ally.
Julie greets everyone and eviction night begins. Julie instructs the houseguest to vote for who they want to evict one by one in the Diary Room. After everyone casts their votes, Julie reveals that was a 4-1-0 vote for Lyra to be evicted. Lyra grabs her things, says her goodbyes, and wishes everyone good luck. She walks out the door, with having trying wave out from the sliver of space that is left by her opening the door.
After Lyra left the house and her face became grey on the memory wall, the houseguests headed outside to compete in their next Head of Household challenge. In the end, Fae won the challenge, winning her second Head of Household of the season. The majority is happy once again, as they can target the flipping power couple of Lito and Monty. Once everyone finished congratulating Fae, they all went inside.
Monty talks to Fae about her plans this week. Fae says that she'll be nominating Ally and Whitney this week, to finally get Whitney out. Monty says that would be the best move for her and that he'll support her with this move. Fae tells him that she's happy that he supports her and that she will try and keep him safe from whoever becomes the detective.
Fae talks to Elias about nominating Lito and Monty for the week and getting rid of Monty, as he is more savvy at the game. Fae also mentions taking Thomas and Ally to the Final 4, which means getting rid of Vincent and Sarah too. Elias says it'd be better to wait before taking out Vincent and Sarah.
The Detective's Competition begins and Sarah ends up winning, giving herself immunity for the week and a chance to nominate a third person. She is very excited and hopes that she can use her power to help herself and her allies advance themselves in the game.
Monty and Whitney are in the panty talking about what to do this week. Monty thinks that Ally and Whitney will probably go up alongside a pawn like Thomas or Lito. Whitney thinks the same, hoping that Monty isn't on the block with her, so he can help campaign for her and Ally, making the third nominee go home. Monty says he'll do that to help her.
Lito talks to Elias about how his relationship with Monty has gone downhill. Lito says that ever since Whitney came back into the house, all Monty does is stay with her, talk about her, and strategize with her. Elias says that maybe they have a secret showmance, although Lito doesn't believe it. After that, Elias asks Lito if he'd be fine going up as a pawn with Monty or Whitney as the target. He agrees saying that Monty has to pay for basically leaving him in the dirt.
The nomination ceremony begins with Fae bringing the keybox down, with Sarah right behind her. Fae turns the key, revealing her first nominee, Lito. Lito already sees this coming and nods his head. She turns the second key, revealing Monty as her second nominee. Monty is shocked and feels slightly betrayed, considering that Fae promised to keep him safe. Sarah turns her key in her box, revealing Whitney as her nominee. Whitney isn't surprised and knows that she'll have to win the veto if she wants to stay in the game. Fae ends the ceremony by saying that one of the people on the block is a pawn, and the other two are targets.
Monty confronts Fae about her not keeping her promise. Fae says that she did keep her promise, claiming that Monty is her pawn, while in actuality it is Lito. Monty calms down and says that she's put him in a tough spot now, because he doesn't want to campaign against the other two on the block. Fae says that the house will make a decision and for him not to worry.
Sarah, Thomas, and Vincent talk about their final three deal. Thomas mentions how Fae and Elias want to cut Sarah and Vincent off before Lito and Ally. Sarah and Vincent are hurt and betrayed at this revelation, saying that it may finally be time to cut their ties from Fae and Elias. Vincent suggests that if any of them win the veto, they should take down Whitney, and put Elias. They'd be able to hit him while he's down, get them a 4-0 eviction. Sarah says that there still are the Lito/Monty and the Whitney/Ally duos in the house if they do that. Vincent says that if they don't, then there is the Whitney/Ally and Fae/Elias duos, which is more dangerous as Lito and Monty aren't as tight. Sarah says that the point is true, and she will consider it.
Fae calls everyone to the living room to pick players for the veto competition. She calls up the three nominees, Monty, Lito, and Whitney and begins to pick tokens. The first token she picks is Vincent's token. The second token she picks is Ally's token. Vincent and Ally are stoked to play, and both plan to take Whitney off the block, for different reasons.
Vincent, Sarah, and Ally have a chat involving the blindside of Elias on Fae's Head of Household. Sarah also mentions that Fae and Elias are simply using her a puppet. Ally takes a liking to the plan, saying that it'd be the biggest move of the season so far. She gets ready with Vincent for veto competition and they hope for the best.
Vincent wins the veto competition, putting the group's plan in motion. Fae and Elias are happy for his win, not knowing that a plan to completely blindside them is in the works. Sarah gives Vincent a hug because she knows that they can make a move, adding to their jury resumes. Everyone heads back in, to prepare for the ceremony.
Sarah lets Whitney know about the plan, who is relieved that she will be coming off the block. Whitney asks if she can let Monty know about the plan, but Sarah says just wait until Elias is on the block to reveal all the full details on how the plan came into fruition. Whitney obliges, thankful for Sarah and Vincent keeping her safe from eviction.
The veto ceremony begins with speeches from the nominees. Whitney drops a bomb at the end of her speech, saying that everything is not what it seems. With that, Vincent uses the Power of Veto on her and Sarah puts up Elias as her replacement nominee. Fae is extremely pissed off and angry, ready to blow at Sarah and Vincent. Vincent ends the ceremony, leaving the house with an explosive situation to deal with.
Right away, Fae calls out Vincent, Sarah, Monty, and Lito for being flippers who can't stick to their word. Monty mentions how he was promised safety and was put on the block, with her lying again, saying that he was the pawn, while in actuality it was Lito. Sarah says that it's simply a game and that people have to play it because there is a lot of money on the line.
Whitney and Ally are upstairs pretending to play chess while eavesdropping on the fight, saying that they have to vote out Elias, as this could be their only chance. Whitney says that she hopes there isn't a Jury Battle Back because at this rate, there will probably more people not aligned with eligible to come back, than aligned with them.
The houseguests get ready for eviction night and Julie greets them. Julie tells the houseguests that it is time for them to choose to evict someone. Everyone who is eligible to vote, goes into vote, all voting to evict Elias. Julie reveals that it was a 4-0-0 vote for Elias and that he was evicted. He left the house, saying his goodbyes, and wishing Fae the best of luck. Julie also tells them that a twist would be thrown at them during the next Head of Household challenge.
Julie announces to the houseguests that there are going to be two Heads of Household this week. Both of these people will not be able to compete in the next week's Head of Household. In the end, Monty, who tried to throw the challenge, and Thomas, who tried to win the challenge both ended up winning becoming the new Heads of Household.
In the Head of Household room, the entire house excluding Fae is meeting up, excited for an easy week ahead of them. Sarah says that they need a pawn for the week to go up next to Fae. Vincent decides to offer to be one. Monty says he'll nominate Vincent while Thomas can nominate Fae. The group agrees and says that it'll be tough to evict someone after this.
Fae lies alone in her bed, disappointed that she let the events of last week happen, and that she should've had a stronger hold on Sarah so she would renominated Ally or Thomas as a pawn. She knows that she needs to win the veto, so she'll be safe for the week.
Monty meets with Lito and Whitney and talk about potentially blindsiding the alliance of three, because they are the biggest threat the moment to their group of four. Lito and Whitney suggest winning the veto to keep nominations the same, as Vincent's alliance may want to take him down just in case.
Ally and Thomas talk about nominations and Ally mentions about Fae being on the block automatically gives her a chance to compete in the veto. Thomas says that he can combat that by putting up another pawn. Ally volunteers and says that she can try her best to win, and be taken off the block. Thomas says that anyone other than Fae and Vincent would take her off the block. Ally is happy about this.
The nomination ceremony begins and Monty and Thomas bring the keybox down together. Monty reveals his nomination to be Vincent, while Thomas reveals his to be Ally. Fae then realizes that they are doing this to prevent her playing in the veto, so they can backdoor her during the week, and feels defeated once again. The ceremony is ended and everyone leaves the kitchen table.
Monty and Lito are in the backyard talking about their planned path to make it to the Final 2. They agree that Vincent and Sarah have to go before Fae, and then after Fae they get rid of Whitney, and either Ally or Thomas, depending on who wins more challenges before the time comes. The two are excited about their spot in the majority and that they can basically steamroll their way to the end.
Vincent asks Sarah about the looming threat of the alliance of four. Sarah says that Lito would most likely have no qualms about voting out Ally or even Whitney in the future, but before they do decide to not do anything, they should consult Lito to see if he is even willing to vote her out. Vincent agrees saying that they need to be careful with the way that they word their proposal.
Sarah talks to Lito about what he wants to do once Fae is gone. Lito says that he isn't sure and that he'll have to think about it. Sarah suggests evicting Ally, and Lito agrees only because he doesn't want Sarah targeting him in the future because he thinks that he won't be part of any kind of deal as he wants to keep his options open.
Monty and Thomas call everyone to the living room to pick players for the Power of Veto competition. Monty picks Sarah's name and Thomas picks Fae's name, adding to everyone's fear of Fae ruining their plans. The ceremony is ended and Fae leaves with a smirk, knowing that she has the chance to win the veto, and force both the sides to go against each other, with her going from wanted out of the house to wanted for a vote.
Ally and Thomas talk about how Fae hasn't been fighting to stay at all this week, knowing that she will probably be backdoored. Ally says that she might think that she can win the veto and ruin the plans of the alliance. Thomas says that they should try their hardest to win the veto, and then take Ally down and put Fae up as a replacement.
The veto competition is held and Monty wins the Power of Veto, securing's Fae's spot on the block, but not quite sending her home. Monty knows he needs to take Ally off the block if he wants the numbers to get rid of Vincent. Everyone congratulates him, including Fae, who is doing it because she hopes that he might spare her by not using the Power of Veto.
Fae chats with Monty about not using the Power of Veto and sending Vincent home. Monty says that if they do that it could already make Sarah, Vincent, and Thomas very suspicious and that it could be more dangerous than doing a blindside on eviction night. Fae reluctantly agrees to go on the block, but if she ends up being evicted, then she is never giving him her eviction vote if he makes it to finale night. Monty says he'll do everything in his power to get rid of Vincent.
The veto ceremony begins and Monty stands up and decides to use the Power of Veto on Ally. Ally is relieved to be off the block, and Thomas stands up to name a replacement nominee. Thomas names Fae as his replacement, and she goes up, pretending that she is going to go home, to fool Vincent, Sarah, and Thomas into thinking that their three are safe for the week. The ceremony is ended and everyone goes back to what they were doing.
Right before the eviction, Fae tells Vincent about the plan to evict him from the house. He is shocked and asks Fae how long she has known this for. Fae lies and says she just found out only an hour ago. Vincent is angry and says that he'll call out that group in his speech. Fae says that the house needs to know because there might be some kind of double eviction coming up as one hasn't happened yet.
After the conversation, Julie asks the houseguests to gather in the living room. Everyone comes and Fae and Vincent sit in the nomination chairs. In his speech, Vincent calls out the four, revealing that he knows about the plan, and lies about somebody in the group telling him. Julie asks everyone eligible to vote to go and vote, each of them choosing to evict someone. After all of them cast their votes, Julie reveals that Vincent was evicted from the house in a 3-1 vote, with everyone except for Sarah voting to evict him. He leaves the house, saying that they made a big mistake.
Following the live eviction, Julie reveals to the houseguests that for the first time ever, there would be a triple eviction. The houseguests are shocked and are worried about what could happen. Julie calls everyone to the backyard to begin the Head of Household. Ally ends up winning, becoming safe from the eviction, and having the power to nominate three people for eviction, rather than two.
Ally, along with the rest of the houseguests come inside. Ally is told by Julie that she has to nominate three people. Ally chooses to nominate Fae, Thomas, and Sarah for eviction, apologizing saying that she didn't want it to come to that point. The nomination ceremony is ended and the houseguests have a slight amount of time to chat before picking players for the veto competition.
Whitney, Monty, and Lito quickly chat in the pantry, saying that they should get rid of Sarah and Fae. They all agree to this plan and hope that one of them win the Power of Veto. They all leave the pantry to pick players for the veto.
Once everyone is in the room, Ally picks Lito and Monty to play in the Power of Veto competition. The competition begins and Lito wins the Power of Veto, keeping the power within the majority alliance's hands. Everyone heads inside for the eviction.
Julie asks the houseguests who are not on the block to go and vote in Diary Room. They quickly head and cast their votes to save, rather than to evict. After all three vote, it is announced that in a vote to save 3-0-0, Sarah and Fae are evicted and leave the house together sadly. Everyone is still rattled from the twist and get ready for their next challenge.
Before the Head of Household challenge, Julie announces that the first six jurors have competed in challenge to returned, called the Jury Battle Back Showdown. She says that the first three jurors and the second three jurors were put in their own groups, with the best two of each moving on. Mark, Elias, Sarah, and Vincent move on to the next round. After the second round, Mark and Elias face off in the final challenge. In the end, Elias returns to the house.
The Head of Household challenge begins and Lito wins it. He's really happy about his win as the houseguests are slowly heading towards the end of the game and he wants to have a good resume for the Final 2. His alliance is also happy because they can get rid of Elias right after he came back into the house. On the contrary, Elias and Thomas aren't happy about their position in the game and hope that they can convince Lito to switch targets to someone in his alliance.
Thomas meets with Lito after his win to try and convince to target Whitney and Ally because those two are a very strong power couple. Lito says that he's going to target Elias instead because he's basically a dead man walking. Thomas mentions that Whitney is a dead woman walking, and that if you are going to target Elias for that reason, you should target Whitney as well.
In the parlor, Ally, Whitney, and Monty talk about what they should do in the upcoming weeks. Monty says that they should go in the order of Elias, Thomas, and then Lito. Ally and Whitney agree with him, saying that out of everyone in the group, Lito would probably have the best chance of winning because of pissing less people off on the jury. Lito walks in right after that is said, and they ask him about his nominations. He confirms that he is nominating Elias and Thomas, and says if one of them win the Power of Veto, he will ask one of three to go up as pawns.
The nomination ceremony begins with Lito coming down the stairs with a keybox. He places it down on the table and turns the first key, revealing Elias as his first nomination. He then turns the second key, revealing Thomas as his second nomination. He explains that Elias is a dead man walking who shouldn't even be in the game, while Thomas is simply a pawn for the week. He ends the ceremony, leaving a third of the house mad, while the others happy.
Elias begs Whitney to share some empathy with him as they have both been evicted and then later returned to the game. Whitney explains that its different because he was voted out fair and square, while she was voted out because of a simple tiebreaker. Whitney also reminds him that he was the one who evicted her, so no matter what, she will always be out to get him.
Elias, feeling defeated heads by parlor, hearing chats between Ally and Lito about possibly getting Monty out after Elias and Thomas go home. Elias gets excited by this, and tells Monty, trying to ignite a feud between the two. Monty doesn't believe and says that it doesn't matter what happens, Elias will go home soon enough. Elias isn't too happy with this response and plans to blow up on the house if he wins the veto and takes himself off the block.
As there are only six houseguests left in the house, the Power of Veto begins without picking any houseguests. In the end, Ally wins the Power of Veto planning to keep the nominations the same and get rid Elias out of the house. Elias feels down as he knows he is going to go home this week and decides he'll just retreat in one of the bedrooms.
Thomas asks Ally what she'll do with the Power of Veto. Ally says that she won't use it, but no matter what, Thomas won't be the one going home this week, Elias will. Thomas is somewhat relieved of this fact, but is slightly paranoid that she is lying. He asks her about what's going to happen next week. Ally says they'll have to wait and see because anything can happen and anyone could win Head of Household.
The veto ceremony begins and Ally stands up. The nominees give their speeches that are generally peaceful and don't call anyone out. Ally says that she isn't going to use the Power of Veto as wants to respect Lito's nominations. The ceremony is ended, and Elias leaves the living room as fast as possible to go back to his bed. The rest of the house resume their activities.
Elias tells Monty once again that once Thomas is gone, Ally and Lito will be out to get him. Monty lets this go to his and begins to get paranoid about his alliance attempting to get rid of him behind his back. He doesn't let Elias know that this is getting to him, and says Elias that he doesn't believe it, and that Elias is going home no matter what happens.
Julie asks the houseguests to go to the living room for the eviction. Everyone gathers in the living room and they get ready to vote to evict someone. One by one, Ally, Monty, and Whitney go to vote, all voting to evict Elias. Julie announces that in a 3-0 vote, Elias has been re-evicted and he will head back to the jury house. Elias says his goodbyes and lets Thomas and Whitney know about the conversation he overheard between Ally and Lito. Ally and Lito are shocked and before they can say anything, he heads out door.
The next Head of Household challenge begins with Ally taking a quick lead and keeping that lead to win the challenge. Ally is excited, but nervous about her reign as her plans for the Final 4 and onwards was revealed by Elias who was eavesdropping on her conversations. She plans to use her Head of Household to get rid of Monty instead of Thomas this week, because Monty has become a roadblock in the relationship between her and Whitney, along with her and Lito.
Everyone heads inside and Monty quickly detours to talk to Ally about what Elias said. Ally lies saying that the things he said are false and that he was just trying to stir the pot right before he left. Monty is reassured by this, hoping that what Elias said wasn't true and that he's just getting very paranoid. He tries to work on Ally a bit more saying that he really likes her and hopes they can get out Thomas this week.
Ally talks to Thomas about being a pawn once again, this time up to Monty because she really needs Monty out of the house. Thomas agrees as he is on the bottom and he'll do anything to stay in the game. Ally is happy about their deal and hopes that they can to the Final 2 together. Thomas is happy about this, because he knows that the two can get rid of Whitney and Lito easily after this.
Whitney, Lito, and Ally talk about the future. Ally mentions that Monty is becoming a larger and larger threat and that they have to get rid of him soon. Whitney says that they have to get rid of Thomas first. Ally said that Thomas poses no threat, while Monty can easily beat all of three of them in the end. Whitney says that the fact is true and if push comes to shove, they can get rid of Monty if Thomas wins the Power of Veto.
The nomination ceremony begins with Ally coming down the stairs with a keybox. She places it down on the table and turns the first key. Thomas' face is revealed on the memory wall as the first nominee. Ally then turns the second key, revealing Monty as her second nomination. She says that Thomas is her target and Monty is simply a pawn. The ceremony is ended and everyone leaves the kitchen.
Monty's paranoia slowly gets the best of him as he becomes more distant from his alliance and isn't sure what to do anymore. He decides that he has to win the Power of Veto to confirm his safety in the game. He says to the camera that he is really beginning to feel homesick, and if he hadn't had a really good shot at winning the game, he would've walked by now.
Whitney talks to Ally about Monty's odd behavior lately. Ally says that something's wrong with him, and that he's never been this out of the game before. Whitney says that maybe they should keep him because he seems like he's on the brink of quitting. Ally says that this may be a game move and he wants them to think that. Whitney says that is a possibility and says that she'll try and talk to him.
In the pantry, Whitney talks to Monty about him being very lethargic lately. Monty says that he feels homesick and has been letting paranoia get to him. Whitney reassures him that everything is okay and that Thomas will go home during the week. Monty gains a slight amount of confidence from this, but is still nervous about his future in the game.
The veto competition begins and the houseguests fight hard, but in the end, Whitney wins the Power of Veto, giving her the power to change the nominations. The Ally and Lito duo, along with Monty are happy, for different reasons as they think that this win will benefit their own games.
Whitney talks to Monty about not using the veto, because her and Lito will not vote to evict him. Monty says that he'd rather her use it on him, but it's her decision as it is her veto, so she can do whatever she wants with it. Whitney says that she won't use it, because Ally would probably target her and him, not Lito, the obvious target.
Right before the veto ceremony, everyone is called in the living room. One by one, they go into the diary room and there is a button. If at least one person presses it, a twist will be unleashed into the game. Whitney, believing it's a week cancelling power presses it, along with Monty and Thomas, making it three people who pressed the button. Big Brother reveals that at least one person pressed it, meaning that a twist will be unleashed soon enough.
The veto ceremony begins shortly after the events of the twist and Whitney allows both houseguests to say a speech. Monty says that he wants to stay longer, while Thomas says that he's willing to be a pawn for anyone who wants to use him as one. The ceremony is ended by Whitney choosing not to use the Power of Veto, leaving Monty and Thomas on the block.
In the one of the bedrooms, Whitney tells Monty that she thinks that the button will cancel the week come eviction night. She says she did it because it seems like Lito and Ally were planning to blindside Monty. Monty isn't happy with this fact, and says that if he wins Head of Household next week, Ally and Lito will go on the block, with Ally as his primary target and Lito as his secondary target.
The houseguests are called to the living room for the eviction, but Julie tells them about the twist. She says that the BB Rewind twist has been activated and that the week will be rewinded and that the same challenges will be used. She also states that because of this, Lito won't be able to compete in the Head of Household challenge, while Ally can. The houseguests on the block, along with Whitney are happy, while Ally and Lito are the opposite.
Shortly after the eviction was announced to be cancelled, houseguests competed in the same Head of Household as the previous week. Although Ally had won it the first time, Thomas took a slight lead over Ally after getting the hang of the challenge from last time and ends up winning Head of Household, ending his 3 eviction streak of being nominated. He is very excited that he has the power over the now fractured alliance of four.
Thomas talks to the camera, saying that if he nominates Ally and Monty, he can stir the pot even further, by pitting the two duos against each to win the veto, so their partner can stay safe. He says whichever one stays on the block during the week from Ally and Monty will go home. If they both stay, he'll have to make a decision as their partners will most likely cause a tie.
Animosity is high between Monty/Whitney and Ally/Lito to the point where the members of each group refuse to even stay in the same room together. Monty says that they need to convince Thomas to nominate Ally and Lito for eviction. Whitney agrees saying that it's 2 against 2 with 1 in the middle. The same conversation happens over with Ally and Lito, saying that the other side is probably going a to try and get Thomas on their side as well.
Monty goes to talk to Thomas about nominating Ally and Lito. Thomas says that a plan along the lines of that sounds good. Monty leaves, and Ally comes in. Ally says that Monty is a huge threat and he has to go home this week or else he'll win. Thomas agrees with her, saying that she'll nominate him. She thanks Thomas and leaves the room, leaving Thomas with very interesting situation to handle.
The nomination ceremony begins and Thomas comes down with his keybox. He turns the first key revealing Ally's face on the memory wall. Monty smirks as he thinks that Lito will be the second nomination. Thomas turns the second key, revealing Monty as his second nomination. Monty is shocked at this, and so is Ally, each with very different reactions. Thomas ends the nomination ceremony by saying that the biggest threats left in the game should fight it out on the block.
Monty calls out Ally after the ceremony saying that she has had a Final 2 deal with basically everyone and she is a snake. Nobody denies this, as they all have realized, planning to have used it to their advantage at the Final 2. Ally says that nobody likes a quitter and no matter what, Monty will never get Ally's vote if he makes it to the Final 2 and she is on the jury. The two rustle each other's feathers even more as the day goes on until it is time for veto competition.
The veto competition begins with Monty and Ally fighting very hard to win the veto, but in the end, Lito wins the Power of Veto keeping his side of the house safe. Ally is ecstatic and rubs it in Monty's face that she is safe and he is going to go home. Monty blows up at Ally and Lito, calling out Lito for cheating on his current girlfriend with a girl, both outside of the house along with saying that Ally isn't actually playing for her mother who is sick like she said earlier in the game because she lied that her mother is dead. Ally runs in crying while Lito almost starts a physical altercation with Monty. Thomas breaks up the fight while Whitney is shocked at this information, along with the way Monty decided to leak it.
Thomas helps Ally and Lito calm down the chain of events and says that Monty is going home one hundred percent as long as they want to vote him out. He later suggests evicting Whitney because at least she hasn't gotten anyone angry, while Monty would lose no matter what because of what he said. Ally doesn't care and says that Monty called her out on something that he misunderstood, doing with a horribly malicious intent. She says that he told him that her mother was actually dead, because only a few days after she revealed her mother was sick, she passed away and that she didn't tell anyone except for him. The only reason why she stayed in the house was because she wanted to win the money to cover the funeral expenses. Thomas and Lito give her their condolences for the events.
The veto ceremony comes around and Lito decides to use the Power of Veto on Ally. Thomas nominates his only option, Whitney, leaving the duo Monty and Whitney on the block. Monty still isn't happy, while Whitney is ashamed of being connected to Monty. The ceremony is ended with everyone heading their own ways.
Monty tries to apologize to Lito but Lito doesn't accept it saying that he said that to him because he needed it to get it off his chest and that he was going to cut off his connections to girl he was cheating on his girlfriend with. Lito says that Monty basically ruined two relationships for him and that he isn't happy. Monty, who gives up says that he shouldn't have been a dirty cheater because that would mean he'd have nothing to call him out on. Lito rolls his eyes saying that he's done with Monty for good.
Eviction night begins with everyone gathered in the living room. Julie asks the houseguests to go into the Diary Room to vote for who they want to evict. In an obvious 2-0 vote, Monty is evicted from the house, sealing his fate as the 7th member of the jury. He leaves the house without saying goodbye to anyone and heads to talk to Julie, receiving a mixture of boos and cheers.
Julie announces to the houseguests that in two days, another person will be evicted from the house, leaving three people to play in the Final Head of Household challenge. The houseguests are excited that they made it this far, and all of them are playing are to win. Julie asks everyone to head to the backyard for the Head of Household challenge. Whitney ends up winning securing herself a spot in the Final 3, eligible to compete in the Final HoH.
Ally talks to Whitney about how their relationship has gone downhill and how she wants to repair it. Whitney says that lots of things have happened and she guesses the reason why this happened was because of the environment they are in. Ally agrees and says that she hopes that they can go to the Final 2 together. Whitney lies to her saying that the idea of that would be perfect.
The nomination ceremony begins and Whitney comes down the stairs with a keybox in her hands. She turns the first key revealing Lito as her first nomination. She then turns the second key revealing Ally as her second nomination. She says that since one power couple as been split up, another one has to as well. She ends the ceremony and Ally goes upstairs with Whitney to her Head of Household room to ask about what just happened.
Ally questions Whitney's decision of putting her on the block, saying that they had a Final 2. Whitney says that it's simply that Ally is the largest threat in the house, and will win against anyone. Ally denies and says that the jury is bitter, and Thomas would obviously beat all three of them. Whitney says that it is possible, but she doesn't think anyone but Monty would be bitter.
Lito talks to Thomas about what he'd do with the prize money. Thomas says he'd probably donate a portion of it, and then go on vacation. Lito says that sounds pretty good and that he isn't sure what he'd do with the money just yet. Thomas says possibly to use it to take the girlfriend he cheated on a trip and buy her a ring and propose to her. Lito says he isn't sure how their relationship will last after this and he'll see if he'll do that.
The veto competition begins and everyone is working hard to win the Power of Veto as it is the most important Power of Veto of the season. Thomas and Ally are close but Ally ends up winning the Power of Veto, securing herself a spot in the Final 3, along with deciding who goes with her. Lito is elated knowing that he'll be going to the Final 3, because Ally has been gunning hard for Thomas during the past two days.
The veto ceremony begins and Ally uses the Power of Veto on herself, forcing Whitney to put Thomas on the block. Thomas goes up and sits down, not too keen about having Ally decide his fate. Whitney ends the veto ceremony and everybody gets ready for the penultimate eviction.
Ally talks to Whitney and Lito saying that she'll vote out Thomas because he is the biggest threat left in the game, and that it'd be good for the three if he's gone. Whitney says that if he stayed, there would be no such thing as the three, so talking in that matter makes no sense. Ally begins to get tired of Whitney's nitpicking, knowing that she's doing this because her original target was her.
Eviction night begins and Julie instructs Ally to choose who she wants to evict. Ally decides to evict Thomas, making him the eighth member of the jury. Thomas leaves and wishes all three of them good luck. After exchanging hugs, he leaves with his bag, aggravated that he was close to winning, but fell short.
Final Head of Household and Eviction
Julie asks the houseguests to head to the backyard for the first part of the Final Head of Household challenge. Ally, Lito, and Whitney are instructed to stand on a floating pad in a murky patch of water. Their goal is to stay on the pad as the currents and waves get stronger and wind hits them. After Whitney was eliminated early on, Lito decided to voluntarily jump off, letting Ally win the first part of the Final Head of Household.
Whitney and Lito congratulate Ally on her win, and she wishes them luck in the second part of the finals. Whitney then leaves to go and eat, leaving Ally and Lito all alone. Ally tells Lito to try and win the challenge, so no matter what, one of them can win, ensuring Whitney gets 3rd place and they both make it to the Final 2. Lito agrees and says that at the moment they are in the perfect position.
Whitney talks to Lito and tells him that Ally is a huge threat and has a good resume and story. No matter who she is against, she wins, so they have to get her out before it is too late and she wins the game. Whitney also says that if Lito evicts her, her vote will go to Ally no matter what, and the votes would be either 8-1 or 9-0 for Ally. She says that with her, a lot of the jury is up in the air, and that he already would have Ally, Thomas, Fae, and Elias on his side lying that the reason is because of an ordeal that happened between the latter three. Lito is excited by this, saying that no matter what, he goes to the Final 2.
The second part of the challenge begins and Whitney and Lito begin the challenge trying really hard to secure a spot in the final part. In the end, Lito wins the second part, securing his spot in the final part of the challenge, along with a chance to throw it to Ally. He's excited that he can prove his loyalty and show to the jury that he played a loyal game.
Whitney and Ally congratulate Lito on his win and Whitney wishes the two the best of luck not only in the final part, but in the Final 2 because she knows she is going home. Ally and Lito pretend to be surprised saying that anything could happen in the last few days.
Finale night finally comes around with the houseguests all dressed up and ready to go. Ally and Lito compete in a memory competition, with Lito throwing the challenge, making it an extremely boring watch. In the end, Ally obviously wins and the houseguests head back to the living room. Julie gives Ally a bit of time to think about her decision, and Ally decides to evict Whitney. The audience cheers as Ally has been a fan favorite throughout a majority of the season. Whitney says her goodbyes and becomes the final member of the jury. Julie asks the two left to go ready for the jury questions, because they will be coming.
The jury finishes asking their questions, a majority of which were asking Ally to elaborate more on her gameplay, and bashing Lito's game, especially throwing the Final Head of Household. The houseguests get to voting, and it ends up being a 8-1 vote in Ally's favor, with only Monty voting for Lito.
Ally runs out of the house, with confetti flying down over her head, the jurors and the pre-jurors congratulate Ally for becoming the winner of the season. Ally thanks Julie and the producers for an amazing season and Julie ends off the night with an announcement which confirms a second season of the spinoff! She tells the viewers that they should look out for Big Brother 2: Take Two coming soon!
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Catherine's choice to evict
12 of 12 votes to evict
7 of 11 votes to evict
4 of 12 votes to arrest
6 of 11 votes to evict
8 of 9 votes to evict
5 of 10 votes to arrest
Won challenge to return to house
4 of 5 votes to evict
4 of 4 votes to evict
3 of 4 votes to evict
0 of 3 votes to save
Won challenge to return to house
2 of 2 votes to evict
Ally's choice to evict
Ally's choice to evict
1 of 9 votes to win
House's choice to evict
4 of 6 votes to evict
0 of 3 votes to save
3 of 3 votes to re-evict
8 of 9 votes to win
- ^Note 1 : Due to Catherine picking the third journal, Catherine became the murderer, allowing her to evict a houseguest.
- ^Note 2 : Catherine decided to "kill" William, making him evicted from the game.
- ^Note 3 : As a result of Catherine not being evicted yet, houseguests had to vote for who they think the murderer is. Vincent received enough votes to be chosen as the accused.
- ^Note 4 : Because Catherine was the murderer, she was not able to vote to accuse someone.
- ^Note 5 : Because Vincent received the most votes and was not the murderer, he received immunity due to being wrongfully accused.
- ^Note 6 : Because the house voted for the wrong person to be accused, a punishment was unleashed, making Hugo and Whitney who were both previous evicted, Co-Heads of Household.
- ^Note 7 : Because there was a tie, Vincent, who was originally ineligible to vote, broke the tie.
- ^Note 8 : Because Catherine received the most votes and she was the murderer, she was automatically evicted.
- ^Note 9 : Because Catherine was evicted, a previously evicted houseguest was eligible to return, Whitney won the challenge and returned to the game.
- ^Note 10 : Because the murderer was found, a new competition was revealed called the Detective's Competition, allowing whoever wins to put up a third nominee and receive immunity for the week.
- ^Note 11 : Because of the Co-Heads of Household twist, there were two Heads of Household for the week.
- ^Note 12 : Because of the Triple Eviction twist, two more people were evicted by a vote to save, rather than to evict.
- ^Note 13 : Because of the Jury Battle Back Showdown twist, a houseguest returned to the house, allowing them to get another shot at the prize of a half million dollars.
- ^Note 14 : Because of the BB Rewind twist, Week 10 was cancelled and all the challenges would be reused during the first portion of Week 11.
- The house is based off of the house from Agatha Christie's novel, And Then There Were None.
- All the houseguests from this season were previously used in the now cancelled, Survivor: Ranong on the Survivor Fanon Wiki.