|Nick||Day 1||Day 50|
|Devon||Day 1||Day 50|
|Carter||Day 1||Day 43|
|Lauren||Day 1||Day 36|
|Shaina||Day 1||Day 29|
|Holden||Day 1||Day 22|
|Elise||Day 1||Day 15|
|Head of Household|
|Power of Veto holder|
Big Brother 1 is the first Big Brother Fanon created by Bham101, which follows 16 houseguests locked inside a house while competing for a $500,000 grand prize.
Double Veto: In Week 4, two vetoes are awarded to the two winners of that week's Power of Veto competition.
Double Eviction: At two points in the game, a double eviction will take place where two houseguests will be evicted within the same night.
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5||Week 6||Week 7||Week 8||Week 9||Week 10||Week 11|
|Day 43||Day 50||Day 64||Day 71||Day 78||Day 85||Finale|
| Head of|
|Brielle||Shaina||Holden||Shaina||Lauren||Catalina|| Head of|
|Catalina||Elise||Holden|| Head of|
|Greta||Nominated||Nominated|| Head of|
|Kody||Elise||Holden||Shaina||Lauren|| Head of|
|Devon|| Head of|
|Carter||Elise||Nominated||Shaina|| Head of|
|Shaina||Nominated|| Head of|
11 of 13 votes
7 of 12 votes
11 of 11 votes
6 of 10 votes
6 of 9 votes
7 of 8 votes
5 of 7 votes
Episode 1 (Premiere/HoH)Edit
On day one, 16 complete strangers met at the front of the house and entered in groups of four. The first group consisted of Devon, Carter, Lauren, and Shaina. All four were able to claim their beds, and Devon & Carter hit it off almost instantly. The two had already solidified a final two deal, but Lauren and Shaina did not pay attention to that. The second group consisted of Kody, Holden, Tiffani, and Ashley. As soon as the two groups met inside the house, Lauren instantly became attracted to Holden to the point where she offered to share her bed with him. On the other hand, Ashley had an immediate dislike for Lauren, who came off as too misguided for her liking. The third group to enter consisted of Nick, Sasha, Brielle, and Greta. Greta and Shaina instantly bond for being the two oldest houseguests in the game, with Greta thinking of forming an alliance with her. Meanwhile, Nick also had thoughts of starting an alliance of his own with Holden and Sasha, but didn't want to make waves on the first night. The final group consisted of Rafe, Catalina, Elise, and Julian. At that point, all beds have been claimed, which especially angered Catalina when she tried to claim a bed that was already taken by Brielle.
When all houseguests have claimed their beds, they gathered in the living room to introduce each other. Most of them were honest about their age and professions except Devon, who neglects to mention his military background, and Tiffani, who tells the others that she is a teacher but is actually an aspiring attorney.
Once the houseguests were able to disperse, Greta and Shaina decide to form a girls alliance with Tiffani and Elise, who were in the same room as them when the discussion happened. They coined Black Widows as the alliance name. Although all four were open for a girls alliance, Elise instantly felt that Greta was pushing too hard for one on the first night. Meanwhile, Lauren decided to jump right in to a showmance with Holden, which Holden surprisingly agreed to. However, he simply intended to use her to his advantage and wanted nothing to do with her as he already has a girlfriend prior to entering the house.
The first HoH competition of the season involves houseguests hanging onto the wall for dear life. It only took a few minutes for the competition to have its first casualty as Carter had no intention to win, making him the first person to be eliminated. Shortly after his elimination, Holden, Kody, and Catalina dropped within seconds of each other, with Holden being the only one of the three to throw it. Shaina and Elise dropped soon after, with both admitting that they couldn't hang on any longer. With ten remaining, Brielle seemed to be the only houseguest that remained steady throughout the competition. However, she slipped right off while trying to adjust, making her the seventh to e eliminated. Julian and Nick dropped not long after her, with both men not wanting to look too strong in front of the house. Seven houseguests remained until the 90 minute mark, when Ashley surprisingly dropped. At that point, Devon couldn't hold on any longer, but he wanted to win the competition. It was then that he decided to make a deal with the other remaining houseguests (Greta, Lauren, Rafe, Sasha, and Tiffani) by telling them he would guarantee them safety until they at least make it to jury. All five accepted the deal and dropped, making Devon the first HoH of the season.
Episode 2 (Nominations)Edit
Shortly after the first HoH competition concluded, Devon pulls aside top 6 and tries to start an alliance with them, coining the name Top Gun. Both Tiffani & Greta are skeptical on the alliance working out, but decided to use them to their advantage. When discussing nominations, Devon decided to target some of the houseguests that were eliminated early, but is undecided as to who he should nominate. Rafe did mention Kody & Catalina as possible options, which Lauren did agree with as she had been getting bad energy from Catalina.
For being the first 8 to drop in the HoH competition, Carter, Holden, Kody, Catalina, Shaina, Elise, Brielle, and Julian are eligible to become Have-Nots for the week. The first Have-Not competition of the season required them to compete in two groups. The Blue Team consisted of Brielle, Carter, Catalina, and Julian, while the Green Team consisted of Elise, Holden, Kody, and Shaina. The competition required each member to retrieve two tokens, one at a time, from a predetermined course.
Shaina had an early lead against Brielle, which she quickly blew, allowing Brielle to score the first point for her team. Carter maintained his lead as Shaina finished the course, but Kody made up a lot of time and steals the lead. While Elise kept her lead, Catalina had a very difficult time and allowed Elise and Holden to finish, as well as Shaina to almost finish. By the time Catalina finally finished, the Green Team was well in the lead and the Blue Team was never able to overcome it, despite strong efforts from Julian and Brielle. The competition ended after Holden collected the final token for the Green Team and beat Carter while on his second run, making the Blue Team the first Have-Nots of the season.
Julian & Brielle blame Catalina for the loss and consider getting her nominated due to her weakness. Catalina immediately walks in and believes that they are trying to campaign against her. Brielle denies those claims, but this only made Catalina blow up even more, leading to the first fight of the season. Julian quickly comes to Brielle's defense and labels Catalina as weak and an instigator, while Catalina labels the two as liars & cowards. Following some personal attacks, Brielle storms off to the HoH room and tells Devon that she wants Catalina evicted. Julian later comes in and backs up her claims while suggesting Shaina as a pawn.
Meanwhile, Catalina vents her frustrations towards Carter, which presents Carter with an opportunity to use her as a shield. He then consulted Devon prior to nominations, where Devon considered nominating Catalina following the argument. He was under the impression that the house wanted to evict her for her volatile behaviour. Carter then tried to steer him away from that, and instead wants Brielle nominated next to one of the guys. Devon then consulted the Top Gun alliance before nominations, where he brought up nominating Brielle & Kody. They were unsure about nominating Brielle after the argument as they felt Brielle would believe that he would be working with Catalina.
At the nomination ceremony, Devon turns the first key, revealing Kody's face on the wall. He explains that they didn't communicate at all since he won HoH and that he was one of the first ones out. Devon then turns the second key, revealing Shaina's face on the wall. He explains that he doesn't know where he stands with her, but assures her that he is just a pawn. This instantly made Kody feel like he's the target, but is hopeful for a backdoor.
Episode 3 (PoV)Edit
Immediately after the nomination ceremony, Kody has a private conversation with Devon as he doesn't understand why he's nominated. He then pleaded his case, stating that he would be more loyal to him than Shaina. Devon did appreciate Kody's effort, but ultimately felt that Kody would actually hold this nomination against him.
Catalina was immediately thankful that she wasn't nominated despite the argument, and confessed her loyalty to Carter & Devon. The three then formed an allianced, with the name coined as "Devil's Contract", which Devon only intends to use as a side alliance for votes. Meanwhile, Greta assures Shaina that she would gather the votes to evict Kody so that the women would outnumber the men. The two then decided to make their girls alliance with Tiffani & Elise official, coining the name "Black Widows". The four then agreed to get either Holden or Nick nominated if Kody won the veto.
Eventually, it was time to select players for the first Power of Veto competition of the season. The official players for the competition were Devon, Kody, Shaina, Carter, Rafe, and Nick. Carter was chosen by Devon after drawing the Houseguest's Choice chip in an effort to hide the Top Gun alliance from the rest of the house. The veto challenge required houseguests to hide one veto ticket with their name on it somewhere in the house. They were then tasked with finding one of the other hidden tickets. The competition ends when five of the six tickets are found, with the winner being the person that hid the ticket that was never found. Rafe & Nick easily found the first two tickets. Shaina, not wanting the house to think of her as a weak player, went on to find two more tickets, with Kody finding he last ticket. The first three tickets found belonged to Devon, Rafe, and Nick, eliminating them from the competition. Kody's ticket was the fourth one found, which shocked Shaina, which lead her to think that she could win the veto. However, her ticket was the last one found, which meant that Carter won the first Power of Veto despite not finding a single ticket.
After winning the veto, Carter revealed to Devon that he isn't using the veto in order to secure his trust. Devon was unsure about Carter's decision, but agreed that he shouldn't rock the boat in the first week. Meanwhile, the Black Widows were disappointed that Shaina couldn't secure the win, but then secured a plot to backdoor Nick, believing that he would be evicted over Kody. Elise immediately campaigned for votes to get physical threat Nick evicted so that Devon would nominate him. Some Houseguests bought into Elise's campaign, but Ashley was the first to see through her. She shared her concerns with Carter, with Catalina joining the conversation later on. Ashley also warned Carter that Elise would try to push him into using the veto on Shaina.
Later that day, Elise campaigned to Carter to use the veto on Shaina in exchange for safety with the two women. Carter did appear to agree with her points, but found it difficult to trust her. When he relayed the information to Catalina, they agreed to have the veto be used and to get Elise evicted for playing too hard. When Devon found out about Elise's campaigning, he consulted Top Gun about what he should do. This discussion appeared as a red flag for Tiffani & Greta as they felt Elise was overplaying her hand by campaigning too hard and too soon. The two then decided to out the Black Widows and also confirmed Elise's intentions to get Nick evicted, followed by Holden. This came as a surprise to the rest of the alliance, especially Lauren, who was involved in a showmance with Holden. At the veto ceremony, Carter surprised most of the house by using the veto on Kody. He explained that Kody wasn't given a fair chance to establish himself within the house. Elise expected her campaigning efforts to work, but Devon blindsided her as she was chosen as the replacement nominee. He explained that she was playing the game too fast and too hard. The Veto meeting was adjourned, as well as the episode.
Episode 4 (Eviction/HoH) Part 1Edit
As soon as the veto ceremony concludes, Elise vented to the Black Widows about Carter being a snake and a manipulator, thinking that he was responsible for putting her up. Tiffani and Greta didn't admit that they outed the Black Widows to Devon, but did tell Elise that they do want her to stay if she had the numbers. Meanwhile, Brielle & Julian, who had previously bonded following their argument with Catalina, also wanted Elise to stay as they view her as a stronger player than Shaina. Julian attempted to campaign to both Kody and Nick, but both were uncertain that they would have the numbers in case Elise would try to get them evicted. Nick had a difficult time understanding why Elise would try to get him backdoored when he did nothing wrong to her. Elise reasoned that she simply saw him as a physical threat, and that it was Shaina's idea. Nick was still uncertain about trusting Elise, but he did tell her that he believed her.
Thinking that she has 6 votes, Elise concluded that Ashley would be the swing vote. Elise tried to get through to her about backdooring Nick earlier in the week, but now she would sell Ashley the same story that she did to Nick. Ashley simply nodded while listening to Elise, but is uncertain about whether to keep her, especially after learning that Elise would target Carter. At the first eviction of the season, Elise made a last-ditch effort to stay by calling Carter out for his actions, as well as Devon for the way he ran his HoH. She added that Devon allowed Carter to control his HoH instead of using his brain. However, Elise's strong campaigning failed as she is evicted by a 11-2 vote, with Brielle and Julian voting to keep her.
Votes for Elise- Ashley, Carter, Catalina, Greta, Holden, Kody, Lauren, Nick, Rafe, Sasha, Tiffani
Votes for Shaina- Brielle, Julian
Episode 4 (Eviction/HoH) Part 2Edit
After Elise's eviction, the houseguests competed in the next HoH competition, which is a Plinko-styled competition, where the winner is the person with the highest score once all houseguests have had a turn. Possible scores range from 0 to 21. The four houseguests with the lowest scores at the end of the competition are the Have-Nots for the week. Julian, Greta, Ashley, and Lauren had the lowest scores, with Greta being the only person to score a 0, making them the Have-Nots. Meanwhile, Rafe and Shaina were tied for the highest score, which was 20, so the two did a reshoot to determine the winner. Shaina won the tiebreaker against Rafe, making her the next Head of Household.
Episode 5 (Nominations)Edit
Having survived eviction shortly before winning HoH, Shaina is looking to prove herself as an able player, willing to make a move for her own game. Specifically, she perceives Carter to be the one responsible for getting Elise evicted. Shaina had already made her objective known to some of the houseguests, hoping to get the numbers for him to leave. With none of their members winning HoH, Top Gun set out a plan for the week to make sure all members are safe. Tiffani & Greta, who have a connection with Shaina, promised them that they would keep their names out of Shaina's mouth. Tiffani wasn't sure if doing this was possible as Devon did nominate Shaina last week, but the others assured her there was nothing to worry about.
Still thinking the Black Widows was still intact, Shaina confided in both Tiffani and Greta, when she considered targeting either Devon or Carter. This concerned both Tiffani and Greta due to their standing with Top Gun, so they attempted to discourage a Devon nomination by stating that nominating him would be too easy. They then suggested nominating a pawn next to Carter so that he would be evicted. Worried about his fate in this game, Carter pulled Shaina aside and tried to promise her safety in the coming weeks if either himself or Catalina win the next HoH. He then clarified that he intended to leave nominations intact, but Ashley was the one that got Elise evicted. This conversation turned out to not do Carter any favors as Shaina became even more paranoid about whether she would have been evicted against Kody. Shaina also isn't sure if she should believe that Ashley got Elise nominated instead of Carter.
Now that the first week was already over, Kody decided to actually start playing the game and wanted to start up an alliance of his own. Having bonded with Nick throughout the first week, the two decided to start up a secret alliance in an attempt to control the votes. Needing a third person in their group, the two chose to pull in Ashley, in return for preventing Nick's eviction the previous week. Once Ashley was recruited, the three coined the name "Secret Service", and agreed to keep their alliance under wraps for as long as possible.
Nominations hadn't even occurred yet, and Shaina had already been having second thoughts for nominations. She was going to nominate Carter no matter what, but she was unsure about the second nominee. Devon was the first name that came to mind, but Tiffani & Greta didn't want that. She then considered either Catalina or Brielle, but then she thought what Carter said about Ashley. Her decision last changed minutes prior to the nomination ceremony. Shaina turns the first key, revealing Carter's face on the wall. She explains that she took Elise's last plea speech to heart and felt obligated to carry out what she would have done if she had stayed. Shaina then turns the second key, revealing Ashley's face. She explains that the two have not spoken to each other and that she has never been able to trust her. Both nominees were annoyed with Shaina's nominations, with Carter loudly stating that she made a very bad decision.
Episode 6 (PoV)Edit
Although celebrating the fact that Top Gun is in the clear for the week, Devon is still concerned about Carter's fate in the game as Shaina is clearly targeting him. He did promise both Carter and Catalina that he would stick with the Devil's Contract and get Ashley evicted if nominations remained the same, but Devon did not want to risk exposing Top Gun so early in the game.
Nick & Kody planned on having both Carter and Ashley safe for the week so that they could have both of them target Shaina. While discussing who they should have evicted instead, the two votes cast against Shaina immediately came to mind. They already knew through Elise that she had Brielle, Julian, Tiffani and Greta, so they concluded that two of those four voted to evict Shaina. The two made their plan known to both nominees as an attempt to save the both of them while getting either Brielle or Julian evicted. Having paid attention to Catalina's feud last week, the four agreed on Brielle for the time being.
Shaina, Ashley, Carter, Holden, Nick and Kody were the competitors for the veto competition. In each round for this competition, one houseguest chosen by random must select who to face off against. Once the opponents are determined, each houseguest is placed inside a giant die and are required to return to the starting platform with target number being on top. The first houseguest to finish advances while the loser is eliminated. The veto will be given to the last houseguest standing. In the first match, Carter chose to go against Shaina in order to make her lose immediately. Much to Shaina's dismay, Carter succeeded, only to be chosen as Holden's opponent in the next round. Holden is unsure if he wanted Shaina's nominations to change, but he also didn't want to win the veto, so he decided to throw the competition, giving Carter his second win in a row. The third match had Kody choose Nick as his opponent as a way to hide the Secret Service alliance. Neither have made any effort to win the competition, but Kody won the round, eliminating Nick.
Next, Ashley chose to face off against Kody so that she could guarantee that a nominee will win the veto. The match proved to be easier than Ashley expected as Kody immediately told her that he doesn't want the veto. Following Ashley's victory, Kody promised Ashley that he will get the votes to keep her should she lose. The final match, which was between Ashley and Carter, was exactly what Shaina didn't want as she wanted her nominations to stay the same and for Carter to go. Following a tight race for the final round, Ashley narrowly beat Carter, giving her the Power of Veto.
Shaina did not want either of her nominees to win the veto, but she is greatful that Carter will remain nominated as she still wants him gone. However, she still needs to pick someone to go up as a pawn. With Ashley winning the veto, Kody & Nick immediately get to work on getting Brielle nominated. They make their case to Shaina by making her believe that she is very low on anyone's hit list aside from Catalina so that no one else will vote her out over Carter. This idea came off as very shady to Shaina, and Nick felt that she wasn't buying into their case.
Meanwhile, Ashley & Holden were starting to get to know each other, with Holden admitting to Ashley that he already has a girlfriend despite being in a showmance with Lauren. Ashley did reply by telling Holden that he's simply too good for someone like Lauren. The two laughed at how easily fooled Lauren is, but the conversation did give Ashley an idea on how to keep Carter in the game using that information. When Ashley reunited with Kody & Nick, she instantly told them to start pushing for Holden to be nominated instead of Brielle. She reasoned that no one has any standing with Holden and that they could sway Lauren into voting him out over Carter. The two were surprised by her decision, which made Nick wonder if Ashley would be too big of a threat for them to keep around for very long.
After hearing from Ashley about her case to get Holden nominated, Shaina had another meeting with Tiffani & Greta. She informed them about the cases they tried to make, but isn't sure about whether she should believe that Carter would be evicted against either Brielle or Holden. Greta instantly shot down the Brielle nomination due to Catalina's rivalry combined with the risk of giving the men the numbers advantage. However, she was interested in a Holden nomination as they would be guaranteed Lauren's vote if they tell her he's only a pawn against Carter. Tiffani then questioned why Nick would even think of helping her after they tried to get him out last week, and started to become suspicious about a potential blindside coming their way.
At the veto ceremony, Ashley was quick to remove herself from the block. She explained that she isn't willing to take a chance on being a pawn against Carter. In her place, Shaina went with her instinct and nominated Holden, much to Lauren's dismay. She explained that Holden is simply a pawn, nominated to ensure Carter's eviction. Holden was puzzled by his sudden nomination, but is hopeful that Shaina was telling the truth and that him throwing the veto was not in vain.
Episode 7 (Eviction/HoH) Part 1Edit
With the first part of her plan set into motion as Holden was nominated, Ashley decided to lead the charge and get him evicted. She & Carter counted the votes, believing that Devon would keep Carter in the game, but they needed at least two more votes in order for the plan to work out. Catalina was later informed of this plan and agreed to cause a crack in the showmance. Meanwhile, Top Gun also discussed the upcoming vote, with the majority agreeing to evict Carter despite helping them last week. Devon felt conflicted with their decision as he felt that he trusted Carter more than he did with Top Gun. He couldn't risk his position in the game, but did not want to be bound with that deal forever. Motivated by guilt, Devon outed Top Gun to Carter and promised his vote if they could get the numbers. He had also exposed the female alliance that Tiffani & Greta outed last week.
Nick campaigned to Brielle & Julian for their votes to keep Carter in the game as he would be a good shield for the both of them while also providing them with an easy nominee to put up next to Catalina. He added that it would be a good opportunity to break up the showmance of the season. Julian was heavily tempted to agree with Nick, but Brielle was weary about doing something that would benefit Catalina due to her immense dislike against her.
Ashley started to work on Lauren's vote due to Holden's secret. Lauren was puzzled on why Ashley wanted to talk to her as the two never spoke to each other during the two weeks in the game. Ashley told Lauren she needed to talk about Holden said, which made her face light up as she thought he also had feelings for her. Lauren's day took a different turn when Ashley told her that he was already in a relationship prior to entering the house and had no interest in her. Lauren didn't know what to believe as she truly had feelings for him, and she thought that he felt the same.
Later that day, Lauren confronted Holden about his secret relationship as well as his lack of feelings towards her. Holden denied saying anything about that to anyone until Lauren told him that the information came from Ashley. The two then went on to confront her and Holden accused her of lying to break the two up. At a loss for words, Ashley warned Lauren that Holden is not to be trusted, with Lauren replying that she can't be trusted either. With Ashley's plan to get Lauren's vote failed, Carter's fate was in the hands of Brielle and Julian. Julian witnessed Ashley's argument with Lauren & Holden, which meant to him that they are too close for comfort. However, Julian was not comfortable doing anything that would hurt Brielle's game.
During the eviction, both Carter and Holden put their targets on blast. First, Carter warned the rest of the house about both the Top Gun and the former Black Widows alliances, as well as mention Shaina as his target next week. Holden also made his target known to the house before pointing the finger at Ashley, labelling her as spineless and a liar. When the votes were revealed, Holden was blindsided by a 7-5 vote, with all Top Gun members aside from Devon voting to evict Carter.
Votes for Holden- Ashley, Brielle, Catalina, Devon, Julian, Kody, Nick
Votes for Carter- Greta, Lauren, Rafe, Sasha, Tiffani
Episode 7 (Eviction/HoH) Part 2Edit
Following Holden's eviction, the houseguests competed in a Q&A competition that involved an intruder that 'snuck' inside the house during the previous week's Power of Veto competition. Much to the surprise of most of the houseguests, and to Brielle's dismay, Catalina won the HoH and screamed in joy before cussing at Brielle, telling her that she's going home. Another fight started between the two as the episode ended.
Episode 8 (Nominations)Edit
Catalina's win came as a complete surprise to almost every single houseguest, with Brielle being especially displeased. Catalina gloated about her sudden victory and immediately made her target clear to the house by calling out Brielle. This led to another heated argument between the two women that ended with Brielle in tears and apologizing to Lauren for evicting Holden. She added that all evicting Holden did was strengthen both Catalina and Carter, neither of whom she trusted. Lauren immediately forgave Brielle and tried to comfort her, but Catalina came for Lauren as well. An emotional Brielle remained in the Diary Room for over 3 hours while threatening to quit the game.
Lauren's reason for forgiving Brielle was that she was not to blame for Holden's eviction, but that someone from Top Gun flipped. Sasha immediately denied voting Holden out, and heavily suspected either Devon or Greta. Both Rafe and Devon denied doing this as well, but Devon was actually lying. When Tiffani and Greta also denied voting Holden out, Sasha knew that someone was lying to the alliance. Meanwhile, Carter tried to advise Catalina on how to better handle her emotions. Catalina defended herself by stating that she never liked Brielle or Lauren, and instantly wanted the two nominated. Carter wanted to agree with her nominations, but felt that personal nominations wouldn't get him anywhere in the game.
For the Have-Not competition, the houseguests were paired up, with one houseguest holding their net up while the other shoots eggs into the nets belonging to the other groups. The first two groups eliminated are the have-nots, while the last group standing are immune from eviction for the week. The pairs are Devon & Sasha, Kody & Carter, Julian & Catalina, Ashley & Nick, Tiffani & Brielle, Lauren & Rafe, and Shaina & Greta. Shaina, Greta, Tiffani, and Brielle are the first ones out, making them have-nots. As the last pair remaining, Lauren & Rafe are immune from eviction for the week.
Catalina became furious as soon as the competition was over as she now cannot nominate Lauren. She had to regroup with the Devil's Contract to discuss other options, with Carter immediately pushing for Shaina to go up as a pawn. However, Devon started getting paranoid about what the rest of Top Gun was thinking of him in case they learn that he was the one who flipped. Meanwhile, Greta, Tiffani, and Shaina discussed the vote that saved Carter in the previous eviction, with the two promising Shaina that they voted to evict Carter. They also counted Lauren out due to her one-sided showmance with Holden. Greta went on to point out that Lauren interrogated some of the houseguests on the vote and suspected Devon of lying. This immediately worried Shaina as she was concerned that she unknowingly allowed Carter to be in the majority.
In a last ditch effort to remain off the block, Shaina warned Catalina about Brielle's close friendship with Julian that had only escalated since the first blowup. She also stressed that Julian may take Brielle off the block if he were to win the veto and was not nominated. Catalina simply replied that she had no intention to get Shaina evicted no matter what.
Catalina turns the first key, revealing Brielle's face. She explained that she is a two-faced coward and that she never liked her from the beginning. Catalina then turns the second key, revealing Shaina's face. She explained that she is simply a pawn even if Brielle is saved with the veto. Shaina was unsurprised by her nomination, but had to go along with Catalina's plan as an effort to stay another week. Brielle, on the other hand, is even more motivated to win the veto and get Catalina evicted next week if she wins HoH.
Episode 9 (PoV)Edit
As soon as the nomination ceremony ended, Brielle stormed off in anger, with Julian once again trying to comfort her. Brielle instantly became emotional as she claimed to have never done anything to Catalina that would make her want her out. Meanwhile, Catalina was once again angered that someone would comfort Brielle and immediately regretted not putting Julian on the block. She wanted to storm to the have-not room to "put them in their place", but Carter talked her out of it.
Top Gun continued to crumble as Rafe & Sasha started to express doubts over who they should trust. They still see Lauren as someone they could trust, but they couldn't say the same for the rest. The two noticed that Devon has been spending a lot of time with Carter for the past week, which made them think that he may be lying to them. Meanwhile, they are also worried that Tiffani & Greta may sell them out just like they did to the Black Widows.
Catalina, Brielle, Shaina, Sasha, Tiffani, and Julian were the competitors for the veto competition. In each round, the houseguests were given a sequence of chemicals before being tasked with repeating that sequence in the exact order that the chemicals that were displayed. Any houseguest that gave the wrong sequence is eliminated. Shaina & Tiffani were eliminated in the first round, followed by Catalina in the second round. Sasha was eliminated in the third round, leaving Brielle and Julian in the running for the veto, much to Catalina's annoyance. Upon learning that she is staying either way the veto finishes, Brielle mouths "You thought!" to Catalina. Both houseguests had the correct sequence in the fourth round, but by round 5, Brielle decided to throw the veto to Julian, knowing that he would likely save her anyway. With Brielle eliminated, Julian won the Power of Veto.
Immediately after the competition ended, Julian exclaimed the Catalina that he is taking Brielle off the block and that she just wasted her HoH. Once again, Carter tried to hold Catalina back as she would have attempted to start another fight with them. Shaina then started to worry about her own fate in the game as she may become the new target. Top Gun, minus Devon, began to panic as Devon won't be nominated as long as Carter is in Catalina's ear. Sasha, not wanting to give up just yet, pitched a possible plan to get Kody evicted due to his perceived inability to commit. Against the judgement of the rest of the alliance, Sasha decided to be the one to campaign. Sasha attempted to get Catalina to nominate Kody for those reasons, and also because he thinks Kody is only in the house for a vacation. However, Catalina did not buy any of it, which made her consider Sasha as a new target.
Meanwhile, Tiffani & Greta became unsure if they should hurt their own games by keeping Shaina, given Carter's speech the previous week. They knew that Sasha's plan would fail, but concluded that they needed to keep Top Gun intact for the sake of numbers. They then told Catalina that they would evict Shaina if she was the new target. This came from out of nowhere for Catalina, but agreed with their case as she whispered "Shaina has to go" as soon as Tiffani & Greta left the HoH room.
Some options were going through Catalina's mind as the veto ceremony neared. With Julian wanting to take Brielle off the block, Catalina considered getting Sasha evicted in order to protect Devon. However, she isn't sure if that would be a good decision as the target shifted to Shaina. At the veto ceremony, Julian kept his word and took Brielle off the block. When prompted to select a replacement nominee, Catalina warned Lauren that she would have been the target if not for her immunity. Although considering either Tiffani or Greta, Catalina nominated Sasha, explaining that she simply doesn't trust him. Sasha was surprised by the nomination, but allowed him to conclude that Top Gun can no longer trust Devon.
Episode 10 (Eviction/HoH) Part 1Edit
Still thinking that she's safe and that Sasha is going home, Shaina decided to fly under the radar for the rest of the week and not campaign. She believed that it was the right move to make after Tiffani & Greta assured her that she had the votes. This was not the case as Tiffani & Greta agreed that Sasha would be a stronger ally going forward than Shaina. Sasha, however, was not comfortable in his position since Devon could try to get him evicted. Once again, he went against his alliance's better judgement by confronting Devon as a snake. Sasha snapped at Devon as soon as the two were in contact of each other, with Devon shrugging it off and stating that Sasha "isn't worth it". Sasha then went on a heated rant with Devon trying to ignore him, even when Sasha exclaimed that he would get Devon evicted next week. The blowup did not go well with Top Gun, especially Rafe, as it would make them look bad.
Concerned about Sasha coming after them next week, Devon entertained the possibility to get Sasha evicted, which Carter only agreed to if the numbers were there. Already guaranteed five votes following last week's flip, Carter tasked Ashley with winning over Brielle's vote to possibly get Sasha evicted. However, Ashley was starting to get annoyed with Carter trying to control her, and after running to the Secret Service, Nick immediately told Ashley that Carter would not have the numbers to get Sasha evicted as Brielle is against them and Julian would be voting with her.
At the eviction, Shaina wasted her speech on a shoutout to her husband, still thinking that she was staying. Sasha, on the other hand, put Devon on blast and voiced his intentions to get him out for betraying Top Gun. Despite considerations to flip the vote, Devon & Carter did not have the numbers and sided with the rest of house, resulting in Shaina being evicted by the first unanimous vote of the season.
Votes for Shaina- Ashley, Brielle, Carter, Devon, Greta, Julian, Kody, Nick, Rafe, Tiffani
Votes for Sasha- None
Episode 10 (Eviction/HoH) Part 2Edit
Following Shaina's eviction, the houseguests were paired up randomly and tasked with moving 12 eggs from one side of the chicken wire fence to the other. The first pair to finish wins the competition, with one person receiving $5,000 while the other is the new HoH. In addition, the entire house will be haves for the week if all pairs manage to pass the halfway mark before the end of the competition. Shortly after the start, Julian & Devon had the lead with Rafe & Sasha close behind. However, Julian & Devon slowed down, costing them the lead and allowing Tiffani & Carter to catch up. Once it was clear that Tiffani & Carter were on their way to victory, Rafe & Sasha decided to throw the competition under the assumption that Tiffani would take the HoH. Before Tiffani & Carter eventually secured their win, all houseguests managed to pass the halfway mark, making everyone haves for the week. When it was time to decide who would take the money and who would win HoH, Tiffani offered to take the money so that Carter would win HoH. Carter agreed to the decision right before telling Tiffani that he won't put her on the block. Tiffani was only willing to solidify the deal if Carter would also keep Greta safe. Carter promised to do so, making Tiffani accept the offer and Carter the new Head of Household.
Episode 11 (Nominations)Edit
Carter winning the Head of Household competition made Sasha feel uneasy, especially after witnessing the deal between Carter & Tiffani. He went on to confront her about it, to which she defended that Carter would come after her if she took it as she would be expected to target Devon due to his betrayal. This phased Sasha as he felt that Tiffani was not being loyal to him, but Rafe later assured him that there was nothing to worry about as they think Carter would target either Brielle or Julian. Meanwhile, Greta & Tiffani had already mentioned Rafe, Sasha and Lauren as possible nominees to Carter, with the reason being that the three of them would be more likely to target him than Brielle, who was Carter's initial target.
The Devil's Contract consulted with each other regarding Carter's nominations, with Catalina insistent on wanting Brielle evicted while Devon continued pushing for one of his former allies from Top Gun, with his preferred choice being Sasha. Carter wanted to agree with the Sasha nomination, while adding that his blowup the previous week was a bad move. However, he did not know where Brielle stood in the house as she does not have anyone aside from Julian. Meanwhile, the Secret Service planned on keeping Brielle safe for the week and possibly use her as an ally going forward, with Ashley trying to strike a deal with Brielle while Kody & Nick worked to make sure that Carter at least considers nominating Lauren.
Shortly before nominations, Rafe campaigned to Carter to keep himself, Sasha & Lauren safe, with Sasha joining the discussion later on. Lauren opted out of the discussion as she thought that her presence would further rile up Catalina. The two continued to push for Brielle to be the target, but as soon as Sasha walked out of the HoH room for something else, Rafe also brought up Tiffani & Greta as targets. Carter immediately shot down those nominations due to the deal he made with Tiffani, but he actually liked the possibility of blindsiding Greta if the veto is used.
Going into the nomination ceremony, Brielle expected her face to be revealed for the second week in a row since she believes Catalina is simply controlling Carter. Lauren was hopeful that Rafe & Sasha did enough to ensure their safety and for Brielle to be nominated. Carter turned the first key, revealing Sasha's face on the wall. He explained that he comes across as too aggressive, and that he is also a physical threat. Carter then turns the second key, revealing Lauren's face on the wall. He explained that she did not make any effort to communicate with him during the four weeks in the game so far. He also went on to criticize her overly passive gameplay. This sent Lauren to tears as she did not understand her nomination and thought that she did nothing wrong. Sasha, on the other hand, owned up to what he said to Devon last week, and committed to get both Devon & Carter evicted if he survives eviction.
Episode 12 (PoV)Edit
As soon as the nomination ceremony ended, Rafe comforted an upset Lauren and assured her that she will survive the eviction no matter what. Not knowing what to do, Lauren had to agree with this, while also telling Rafe that Ashley cannot be trusted. Rafe wanted to agree with Lauren's desire to get Ashley evicted, but reminded her that Devon cannot be trusted either. However, Rafe told Lauren that he cannot make any guarantees if nominations stay the same, which meant to Lauren that he would vote her out over Sasha.
Meanwhile, Carter discussed who to target between Sasha and Lauren. He did acknowledge Sasha as a bigger threat, but when he wanted Catalina's opinion, she told him that she would much rather have either Lauren or Brielle leave, with her dislike for the two women being the reason. Carter felt that he had to hold back on his frustrations as Catalina is only thinking emotionally. Tiffani was also involved in the discussion, when she immediately decided that Sasha would be the one she should evict, and added that Greta would do the same. This lead Carter to begin seeing Tiffani as a serious threat due to her strategic ability and composure. However, he couldn't buy in to that temptation due to the deal.
The next day, the veto players were drawn. Devon and Greta were the first two chosen, while Sasha drew Houseguest's Choice and selected Rafe in order to ensure safety for both if Rafe wins the veto. For the veto competition, the houseguests are tasked with shooting a ball into one of 16 nets, one at a time. The competition is played in five rounds, with the lowest scoring houseguest at the end of each round being eliminated. However, there are 6 prizes up for grabs, which are awarded depending on the placement in the competition. Eliminated houseguests are also free to steal a prize that has already been awarded. The houseguest still in possession of the veto at the end of the competition wins.
The first round came down to a tie-breaker between Sasha and Devon, with Devon being eliminated. For coming in 6th place, Devon's prize is the Power of Veto. In round 2, Sasha is eliminated, where he made no hesitation to steal Devon's veto and give him the Never-Not Pass. Following the third round, Lauren is eliminated and chose to switch Sasha's veto for $5,000. Sasha did not become bitter at Lauren's decision as Rafe is still in the running and could steal the veto from her. Greta is eliminated in Round 4, where she traded her Veto Sit-Out ticket for Devon's Never-Not Pass as opposed to the veto as Greta felt she had no reason to win the veto. Carter narrowly beat out Rafe in the final round, where Rafe decided to switch the prize containing nothing with Lauren's veto. When Carter revealed his prize, the entire house was surprised to learn that a second veto was up for grabs the entire time. Carter immediately chose to keep his veto, making him and Rafe the two winners of the Power of Veto.
After the veto competition concluded, Lauren made it clear to both Rafe and Sasha that she was furious about Rafe stealing her veto. Rafe defended that he had no idea about the second veto twist and also that Carter would have stolen the veto from her anyway if the twist did not exist. Both men assured Lauren that she has their votes along with Tiffani & Greta and they could get her to stay over Brielle. Rafe stayed true to his word to Lauren as he campaigned to Carter to target Brielle due to her lack of loyalties. Rafe added that he would be taking Sasha off the block anyway and that evicting Brielle would be an easy decision. Catalina was delighted by Rafe's campaign and immediately jumped in on the idea. However, Devon advised Carter to not follow along, but instead take out a bigger threat. This pushed Carter to immediately admit that he is leaning towards targeting Greta in order to free up Tiffani for himself.
Shortly before the veto ceremony, Carter discusses his new plan with Ashley, who immediately did not approve as she felt going back on a deal this early was not a good decision. She also added that Rafe & Sasha could have a powerhouse alliance with Lauren and mentioned the risk of keeping the three of them together. Carter responded by telling Ashley that Greta is the target and that his decision is final. Ashley seemed to agree with Carter, but she only wanted him to stop talking as she is starting to grow very frustrated with him.
As expected, Carter decided not to use his power of veto. He explained that he wanted to maintain at least some form of control of his nominations as Rafe would be using his veto anyway. Rafe decided to use his power of veto on Sasha. He explained that Sasha would have more potential to be helpful for his game, but added that he meant no offense to Lauren. After much consideration, Carter decided to go back on his deal with Tiffani by nominating Greta in his place, which both shocked and angered Tiffani. As a result of this nomination, both Greta & Tiffani have agreed to break their end of the deal and make sure that Carter is evicted very soon.
Episode 13 (Eviction/HoH) Part 1Edit
As soon as the power of veto ceremony concluded, Tiffani whispered to Carter that he should regret going back on his deal. Carter shrugged off Tiffani's threat as he thinks that the majority of the house will evict Greta. However, Ashley is still put off with Carter trying to control her decisions. She discussed her issues with the Secret Service alliance, where Nick concluded that Carter was simply too selfish to work with. The three then considered flipping the vote and keeping Greta in the house, although Kody was concerned about damaging their relationship with Carter even further than necessary.
Meanwhile, Tiffani immediately begins gathering the votes to keep Greta. She was able to win over Brielle and Julian as the three have the same targets in mind. Brielle was hesitant over voting Lauren out as the two are very close friends in the house, but decided that Lauren was not very useful for her game. Tiffani & Greta then tried to sway Ashley's vote, where she told them she would vote for Lauren as she may target her later on. Without exposing the Secret Service alliance, Ashley did assure them that she would win over two more houseguests in order for the flip to work.
At the eviction, Lauren used her speech to wish all houseguests the best of luck, and also gave a shout-out to her parents and siblings, as well as Holden, who was evicted two weeks prior. Greta, on the other hand, called out Catalina & Carter as her targets in her goodbye speech. She also advised houseguests to start thinking for themselves and not to allow one or two people to control their votes. Both Carter and Catalina scoffed at Greta's speech as they assumed that she would be evicted, only for Greta to survive by a close vote, making Lauren the fourth houseguest evicted. Catalina & Devon stuck with Carter's plan, while Rafe & Sasha kept their word with Lauren.
Votes for Lauren- Ashley, Brielle, Julian, Kody, Nick, Tiffani
Votes for Greta- Catalina, Devon, Rafe, Sasha
Episode 13 (Eviction/HoH) Part 2Edit
Following Lauren's eviction, the houseguests competed in a knockout styled HoH competition where the houseguests are asked questions referring to Elise, Holden, and Shaina, who were the first 3 houseguests evicted. The first two to face off, who were Rafe & Sasha, were chosen randomly. Rafe buzzed with the correct answer, and selected Brielle and Devon to face off next. Brielle buzzed in with an answer, but she was incorrect, allowing Devon to pick Rafe and Greta as the next two opponents. The faceoff between Devon and Rafe continued as Rafe won against Greta and selected Julian to go against Devon. However, Julian managed to eliminate Devon before selecting Rafe and Catalina as the next two opponents. With less than a second between them, Catalina buzzed in with the correct answer, and selected Julian and Ashley to face off. Julian won against Ashley, and managed to get Catalina eliminated after she lost to Kody in the following round. Having not competed yet, Nick and Tiffani were chosen as the next two opponents, where Tiffani buzzed in with the correct answer, eliminating Nick. Julian and Kody faced off immediately afterwards, where Kody beat Julian by a fraction of a second with the correct answer. When it came down between Kody and Tiffani, Kody buzzed in with the correct answer, making him the next Head of Household.
Episode 14 (Nominations)Edit
With Kody winning HoH, the Secret Service alliance is in power for the first time this season. Carter began feeling a little concerned about the house starting to turn against him, and hopes that he could turn the tables on Ashley as he believes that she flipped the vote. Meanwhile, Kody is uncertain about whether to take the shot at Carter right now or settle on nominating Rafe and Sasha. Carter attempted to do some damage control with Kody by telling him that he still trusts Kody and Nick, but not Ashley. Kody immediately concluded that Carter wanted to know about Ashley's motives behind the vote flip, where he added that Lauren was not to be trusted. Not wanting to damage progress so soon, Carter decided to hold back on his resentment towards Ashley.
Meanwhile, Tiffani made her objective clear to Greta, Rafe and Sasha, which is to make sure that Carter is evicted this week. This seemed unlikely in Rafe's perspective as he had seen Kody & Carter together during the first day of Kody's HoH, and also because Carter saved Kody in the first week. Their focus immediately turned to either Devon, for his earlier betrayal, or Catalina, for her unpredictable behaviour. Catalina overheard their conversation in the bedroom, but chose not to confront them as she was not in a good mood and was starting to feel defeated.
The next day, the Have-Not competition took place. In this competition, the eligible houseguests were tasked with transferring as much liquid as possible to their designated tanks within the time limit. The houseguests were required to transfer the liquid using highly-absorbent costumes that can get very heavy on them very quickly. The three houseguests with the least amount of liquid are the Have-Nots for the week. As she won the Never-Not pass, Greta is no longer eligible to be a have-not. Once the timer finished, many houseguests had varying results, with Carter, Julian, and Ashley having the least amount of liquid, making them this week's Have-Nots.
Tensions continued to rise between Carter and Ashley, especially because the two would be on slop for the week. However, Carter made no hesitation to call Ashley out as a selfish player and warns Kody that she cannot be trusted. Tiffani immediately stepped in and called "pot and kettle" to Carter, with the deal he broke the previous week as an example. That comment alone resulted in a blowup that involved most of the houseguests, many of whom were siding against Carter. Devon began hurting his case by siding with Carter, with Sasha commenting that "liars stick together". This heated discussion made Kody concerned about Carter targeting Ashley, who is with the Secret Service. However, Nick initially warned against nominating Carter as it may expose the alliance to the house.
Before the nomination ceremony, Nick intended to dispose of the bad blood between Carter and Ashley, only for Carter to accuse Nick of siding with Ashley instead of him. Nick immediately denied this claim and stated that he is trying to be the peacekeeper of the situation. Carter immediately walked out of the conversation before daring both Nick and Ashley to get him nominated. That moment made Tiffani's goal slightly easier as Ashley confirmed to her that Carter has to go this week. As for the other nominee, the decision was split between Devon and Catalina, with Kody being undecided on this until the last minute.
Kody turns the first key, revealing Carter's face on the wall. He explained that he has taken too much control of the game, and that he is simply the biggest threat in the game. Kody then turns the second key, revealing Catalina's face on the wall. He explained that she would easily use the veto on Carter while Devon is forced to sit out of the veto competition. He also felt that she has too many issues to be able to cope inside the house. Carter then decided to declare war directly to Kody's face while warning the rest of the house that they had been doing Ashley's dirty work. Likewise, Catalina is frustrated at being nominated, and immediately considers quitting as she does not want to be in the Jury House with Brielle.
Episode 15 (PoV)Edit
Immediately following the nomination ceremony, Carter did not hesitate to call out Kody for doing Ashley's work for her. Kody instantly denied this, and added that the majority of the house has had enough with Carter's attempts to take control of the game. Carter was then tempted to continue the argument with Kody and Ashley, but Devon held him back and told him that it wasn't worth it. Kody walked out of the conversation as well, but not before explicitly telling Carter that he's the target.
Meanwhile, Brielle was elated at Catalina's nomination, and added that she had it coming. She then discussed with Julian about possibly keeping Carter over Catalina as the latter is simply too difficult to live with. Julian was instantly on the same page as Brielle, although he does see Carter as the bigger threat to win. Devon walked in on the two as the conversation continued, where Brielle told Devon that she may be able to keep both him and Carter safe in exchange for safety if one of them win HoH. This revelation did not surprise Devon due to the growing rivalry between Brielle and Catalina, but this did make his mission to save Carter slightly easier. Devon then urged both Brielle and Julian to use the veto on Carter if either of them win as he cannot compete due to the Veto Sit-Out ticket from the previous week, only for Brielle to tell him that she cannot make any guarantees.
Kody, Carter, Catalina, Brielle, Nick, and Greta were the competitors for the next Power of Veto competition, which was played in two parts. In part one, there were three keys hidden among several other keys and rocks inside of black boxes. The three houseguests that found the three correct keys advanced, while the other three were eliminated. Both Nick and Brielle were able to find their keys without much trouble, but it was not the case for the other four, which especially frustrated Catalina. However, she was able to find the third and final key right before both Carter and Greta could take it. Carter was not fazed by Catalina snatching the key as she would still be able to save herself, but Catalina assured Carter that she would actually take him off instead.
Nick, Brielle, and Catalina advanced to the second part, where they are tasked with retrieving an item from a vast selection based on a question about the item. The first houseguest to lock in with the correct answer gets a point, with the veto winner being the first person to reach a score of 6. For the majority of this part, Catalina kept falling one second short of Brielle whenever the two had the same answer, which made Catalina increasingly frustrated. Noticing the lead that Brielle had, Nick decided to throw the veto and let Brielle win. Catalina was able to score a few points, but Brielle managed to score 6 points, making her the winner of the Power of Veto.
As soon as the veto was around Brielle's neck, Catalina snapped once again as she threw the final item on the ground. She then started yet another argument with Brielle, where the latter simply laughed it off as Catalina is only making herself look like a fool. As the argument escalates further, with both Carter and Devon holding Catalina back, Brielle promises Catalina that she will vote her out this week. This concerned the Secret Service as keeping Carter in the house would jeopardize their games. Ashley even tried to reason with Brielle by assuring her that Carter leaving would be better for her game as Catalina does not have a shot at winning anyway. Brielle replied by telling Ashley to vote how she wants, but that she will vote to evict Catalina.
Later that day, Tiffani and Rafe discussed the upcoming vote, assuming that Brielle would leave nominations the same. The two, alongside Sasha and Greta, have weighed out their options between the two nominees. The four did agree that Carter was the biggest threat to win the game, but Rafe is starting to notice how much of an influence Ashley has had in this game so far and added that Carter would easily come after her if he stays. Sasha entertained the idea, but both Tiffani and Greta immediately locked in their votes, which were to evict Carter. The four, now an alliance called Quatras, concluded that their consensus on the vote was a work in progress.
As the veto ceremony neared, Brielle was on the fence about whether she should use the veto on Carter. She was hopeful that Kody would not put up Devon as a replacement, but Julian started getting increasingly worried about causing even more problems by using the veto. He then added that he's tired of playing in the middle and that it was time for the two of them to make a decision and a move. Carter and Devon then approached Brielle, where she instantly told them that she cannot bring herself to use the veto, with the risk of hurting her game as the main reason. Carter was frustrated by this decision, but Brielle assured him that she would make an effort to keep him in the game.
All eyes were on Brielle at the Power of Veto ceremony as many expected her to keep Kody's nominations the same. Specifically, Ashley considered calling off her deal with Brielle if she were to use the veto on either Carter or Catalina. However, Brielle decided not to use the Power of Veto. She explained that she is unwilling to contribute to the vast amount of drama that had occurred during the week, and that she wanted some of the issues inside the house to be extinguished. With nominations remaining the same for the first time this season, Secret Service became confident about finally sealing Carter's fate. However, they are unaware about Quatras currently being undecided about their votes.
Episode 16 (Eviction/HoH) Part 1Edit
Realizing that they would be losing a member this week, the Devil's Contract had one last meeting to determine the game plan going forward. Devon mentioned to Carter that Brielle entertained the idea of keeping him around so that Catalina leaves this week, which did not surprise Catalina at all. In fact, Catalina told both men that she is okay with leaving so that she won't be in the jury with Brielle. Devon promised Carter his vote regardless of whether he would be staying, and added that he will try to win his former allies over so they can come after Ashley next week.
Not long after the conversation, Devon pulls aside Rafe & Sasha where he tries to sway them into voting Catalina out. He promised both men safety despite his earlier betrayal, and adds that Carter's threat status would be a very good shield for them. Rafe appeared to have been sold by Devon's case, but Sasha is a little more suspicious of Devon's true plan. As soon as Devon left the conversation, Sasha immediately told Rafe that Devon is his target next week regardless of who is evicted this week. The two men have been tempted to keep Carter as a shield, but were concerned about keeping both Tiffani and Greta on their good side at the same time.
Meanwhile, Brielle decided to campaign to Tiffani and Greta to evict Catalina, with the only reason being that Catalina is too difficult to live with while Carter would always be the biggest threat. Greta simply sat back and allowed Brielle to plead her case, but she was instantly turned off the minute Brielle said that she was keeping Carter this week. Tiffani agreed with Greta's suspicions and added that Brielle wouldn't be a bad choice for her target if she wins HoH, and that she was playing too much like Elise before her eviction. It wasn't long before Quatras compared notes on the pitches they had received from Devon and Brielle, both of whom were intending to evict Catalina. This debate would drag on until a decision was finally made, which was less than 2 hours before the eviction.
At the eviction, Carter takes one more opportunity to call out Ashley as the biggest threat in the house, and labels her & Kody as his nominees if he stays and wins HoH. He adds that he will be loyal to anyone that is on the same page and keeps him in the game. Catalina then uses her speech to air her flat-out hatred towards Brielle and labels her as the target. When the votes were revealed, Carter's game finally came to an end by a vote of 6-3, with only Devon, Brielle and Julian voting to evict Catalina.
Votes for Carter- Ashley, Greta, Nick, Rafe, Sasha, Tiffani
Votes for Catalina- Brielle, Devon, Julian
Week 6 (Round 1)Edit
Episode 16 (Eviction/HoH) Part 2Edit
Following Carter's eviction, the houseguests were tasked with shooting balls down a narrow ramp. The houseguests were free to take as many practice shots as possible, but can only have one legitimate shot, where only the score from the real shot counted. Either the houseguest with the highest score, or the first to reach the maximum score of 21, is crowned the new Head of Household. The three that score the lowest at the end of the competition are the Have-Nots. Brielle managed to score a 21 after a few houseguests took their official shots, making her the new Head of Household. Meanwhile, Catalina, Julian, and Nick scored the lowest, making them this week's Have-Nots.
Episode 17 (Nominations)Edit
With her closest ally evicted and her rival winning HoH, Catalina was at an all-time low. She stormed directly to the Have-Not room as soon as the houseguests were allowed back inside. Devon made an attempt to console her, only for Catalina to tell him that she should have left instead of Carter. While Devon may have looked like he cared for Catalina, he felt that it was time to turn his game around and abandon Catalina as he assumed that she would be evicted soon anyway.
Meanwhile, the Secret Service confirmed their next course of action, which is to keep Catalina as a shield and get whoever Brielle nominates next to her evicted. Kody volunteers to befriend Brielle and Julian while making a fake final 3 deal with them, Ashley decides to keep Catalina from imploding and self-evicting, and Nick was to campaign for votes for Catalina to stay. Initially, Ashley would have been the one to gather the votes, but Ashley instead convinced Nick that he should be the one to do so as this would be his chance to shine. However, Ashley actually intended to make sure that Nick would be a bigger target than her. The three then made a deal with both Brielle and Julian, when Nick immediately decided to make Devon out as a bigger threat than Catalina. This put Brielle off as she felt Nick was only wanting Devon out to further his own game, but she wanted to let Nick continue his campaign.
While Catalina continued to dwell in the have-not room, Devon made his efforts to rebuild the trust he had with his former allies and set aside their differences. He even offered to ditch Catalina and target Ashley if he stayed this week. Rafe appeared to have been content his Devon's plea and considered trusting him again, but Sasha was still not having any of it. Quatras then discussed Devon's plea, with Greta questioning if Devon thinks they're easy to fool since they aren't working with Ashley anyway. Both Rafe and Tiffani agreed with Devon's warnings about Ashley, but Sasha shot down any possible chance of Quatras bringing Devon back. Once Quatras dispersed, Tiffani decided to slowly reel Catalina in by assuring her that not everyone in the house is against her. She also added that she could help get Ashley evicted, which slightly lifted Catalina's spirits, even though she still wants to leave.
As nominations approached, Brielle made it clear to Ashley that Catalina was her target, and considered either Rafe or Tiffani as a pawn. Ashley then tried to steer her towards putting Devon on the block in order to keep him from saving her with the veto. On top of that, Julian added that putting both Devon and Catalina on the block would prevent Brielle from having her HoH end the same way that Carter's did. This led Brielle to question whether she should have won the HoH or if she should have let someone else have it.
Brielle turns the first key, revealing Catalina's face on the memory wall. She explained that she had been hateful towards her from the beginning for practically no reason, and that she is done acknowledging her inside and outside the game. Brielle then turned the second key, revealing Devon's face on the memory wall. She explained that although he had burned too many bridges in the game, she had no intention to get him evicted. Devon did feel confused as to why Brielle nominated him as he thought they were in good terms with each other. As for Catalina, she decided not to care about how Brielle felt about her any longer, and was therefore more determined than ever to get her out.
Episode 18 (POV)Edit
Despite nominating him for eviction, Brielle assured Devon that he is not the target, and stresses her desire to get Catalina evicted. Devon still questioned his nomination, only for Brielle to immediately tell him that he was only nominated so that Ashley would leave her alone. With this information, Brielle concluded that Ashley should be the backup in case Catalina wins the veto., with her reason being that Ashley is playing too much like Carter with her desire to take control of the game. Both Julian and Kody were in the HoH room with Brielle later on, where she told them about what she said to Devon. This started to concern Kody as Ashley is now on Brielle's radar, but he did not want to expose the Secret Service alliance or blow his plan to get Devon evicted.
Brielle, Catalina, Devon, Kody, Greta, and Ashley were chosen as the players for the Power of Veto competition. Greta was chosen when Catalina drew the Houseguest's Choice chip as she thought Greta was very unlikely to win any competitions. For the veto competition, where OTEV makes an appearance, the houseguests are tasked with answering questions that involve two houseguests, and the answers are always a mix of the two names. After each question, there is one less spot open, and the last houseguest to check will be eliminated unless at least one person gets an incorrect answer. The Power of Veto goes to the last houseguest standing at the end of the competition.
In the first round, Brielle was the last person to check in, but Kody managed to get his answer wrong, resulting in hos elimination. This would be the case in the second round, where Brielle was once again the last to check in, but Devon had the wrong answer. Catalina did well during those first two rounds, but ended up eliminated in the third round after checking in last. During the fourth round, Greta had finally decided to throw the veto as she believed that nominations would stay the same no matter what, leading to her elimination. Ashley wanted the veto so that she could keep the nominations the same since she isn't sure about whether Brielle actually listened to her. Brielle, on the other hand, needed the veto so that she could have complete control of her nominations in case she decides to get Ashley evicted. The two women went head-to-head in the final round, where Ashley checked in first with the correct answer, and secured her second veto win of the season.
As soon as Ashley won the veto, it was clear to the entire house that she will not be using it. For that reason, most of the strategic discussions were focused on the eviction vote rather than trying to convince Ashley to use the veto. Ashley did pull aside Catalina and advised her to keep her head down as she will make sure that Devon will be leaving this week. Catalina only pretended to be thankful for what Ashley said as Tiffani had already told her that she was staying. Although they are unaware of this, both Ashley and Tiffani are planning to keep Catalina as a shield for their respective alliances as the divide continues to be more clear.
Most houseguests opted to keep quiet about their voting plans until the veto ceremony was underway, where Ashley decided not to use the Power of Veto. She explained that she simply has no reason to use the veto as Brielle, who she branded as a floater, was in power. The floater comment did upset Brielle, who was tempted to snap at Ashley, but Julian held her back and assured her that they have the numbers to get Catalina evicted. Little did they know, both sides of the house have other plans with the upcoming vote and the upcoming weeks as well.
Episode 19 (Eviction #1)Edit
Once the power of veto ceremony concluded, Devon did everything he could to gather enough votes to stay, with most of his efforts focused on Rafe and Tiffani. Despite his efforts, it appeared that his game has come to an end, even though Brielle is still certain that Catalina would go. However, the Secret Service is unaware of this seemingly unanimous consensus as Nick continued with his plan to campaign for Devon to go. He approached Greta with his intention to get Devon out as he reasoned that Catalina can easily be evicted anytime, which made her concerned about Nick's intentions with Catalina.
Greta warned Tiffani about Nick's reasons to keep Catalina, which made her think that he wants to use Catalina to target them. Tiffani agreed with her, and concluded that Catalina may be more dangerous to keep around than Devon, even though Catalina would be easier to control. Quatras later had an alliance meeting, where Greta repeated the information to both Rafe & Sasha. The two men immediately tried to shut down the possibility to save Devon as they made it clear that he cannot be trusted. They also tried to push the target away from Nick and more towards Ashley. This made Tiffani question why they wanted Devon gone if they all agree that Ashley is the biggest threat.
At the eviction, Catalina once again promised to not rest until she gets Brielle evicted, while Brielle promptly rolled her eyes as she assumed that Catalina was being evicted. Devon then uses his speech to win his former allies over, and calls the entire house out for handing the game to Ashley. He then admitted that he is only repeating what Carter said last week. When the votes were revealed, Brielle's attempt to get Catalina evicted failed with only Julian voting her out, while the rest of the house decided to evict Devon with a 7-1 vote.
Votes for Devon- Ashley, Greta, Kody, Nick, Rafe, Sasha, Tiffani
Votes for Catalina- Julian
Week 6 (Round 2)Edit
Episode 19 (Eviction #2)Edit
Immediately after Devon's eviction, the remaining houseguests were summoned to the living room, where they were informed that Devon became the first member of the jury. They were also informed that this is a Double Eviction Night, meaning that someone else will be going with Devon to the jury as the second member. Once those news were released, the houseguests competed in a Q&A competition about events that happened during previous competitions throughout the first six weeks of the game. Catalina, being at risk of eviction twice in a row, managed to secure her safety by winning her second Head of Household of the season, making her the first person this season to do so.
Right before nominations, Ashley immediately congratulated Catalina, and prompted her to target Brielle due to her perceived greed, which Catalina agreed to. Meanwhile, Sasha told his alliance that now is the right time to target Ashley, even though none of them are in power. However, Tiffani still believes that Nick is the brains of his group and that it would be more likely to get rid of either him or Kody. Sasha reluctantly agreed, although he did warn Tiffani that they are making a mistake by keeping Ashley around. Soon after, Catalina nominated Brielle and Julian for eviction.
Catalina, Brielle, Julian, Greta, Sasha, and Rafe were chosen to compete in the Power of Veto competition, where they were tasked with retrieving two giant needles from individual ball pits in order to win the veto. Both Julian and Rafe managed to get one needle each, while Brielle managed to find both needles, securing her safety and second veto win of the season. Immediately afterwards, Tiffani warns Catalina that Nick is using her and that he needs to go. Witnessing the two speaking, Ashley intervenes and asks Catalina what Tiffani told her. Catalina immediately walked away as she did not know who to believe.
Right before the veto ceremony, Ashley asked why Catalina is helping Tiffani, who she labelled as the one responsible for the flip two weeks prior. Catalina then snapped at Ashley by telling her that her friends didn't do her any favors either, while pointing the finger at Kody. This escalated to a fight that broke out in the storage room between Catalina and the Secret Service, which ends with Catalina deciding to backdoor one of them as a result of their lies to her. Not long after, the veto ceremony began, where Brielle took herself off the block, and Catalina chose to follow Tiffani's warning by choosing Nick as the replacement nominee.
Just as the veto ceremony ended, the eviction immediately began. While Julian decided to give some shout-outs to his sister and father, Nick decided to put both Catalina and Tiffani on blast. He called the former out for making a bad move, and the latter for being a snake. He concluded his speech by promising to target them if he stayed, only for both women to cut him off and for Catalina to tell him that his game is over. In the end, Ashley and Kody decided to prove their loyalty to Nick, while everyone else followed Tiffani's lead, sending Nick to the jury by a vote of 5-2.