This is the first season of Jacob Number 1's Big Brother Fanon.
|Big Brother 1 (JacobN1)|
|Author||Jacob Number 1|
Head of Household: Each week, the houseguests will compete in the HoH competition. Whoever wins becomes the new HoH; they will not only win their own luxury suite in the house, but they will also earn the power to put two houseguests on the chopping block. Should one be saved with the POV, they will have the power to put up another houseguest, and at the end of the week, the two houseguests that they put up will be the only ones eligible to go home.
Golden Power of Veto: Most weeks, the houseguests will compete for the power of veto (this competition occurs AFTER the HoH competition). Whichever houseguest wins the POV will have the power to take themselves or someone else off the block, forcing the HoH to choose a replacement nominee.
Diamond Power of Veto: This is this season's special twist; at random points during the game, the houseguests will compete for the DIAMOND POV rather than the GOLDEN POV. The holder of the DPOV will not only have the power to take one nominee off the block, but they will also steal the HOH's power to put a second nominee up themselves. The houseguests will be told at the beginning of the week whether the DPOV will be in play.
PeVN = Pre-veto nominee
PoVN = Post-veto nominee
13 new houseguests, coming from all different walks of life, enter the Big Brother house to live together for an entire summer, giving up their old lives to play the biggest social experiment on television. The houseguests were told of the twist of the DPOV, and Julie let them know that the first round would be a regular POV, rather than a DPOV.
Early on, Jake came up with a plan to bring the boys together, since they were outnumbered 7-6 by the girls. Christian and Jake formed an early partnership, and easily pulled Cayman and Mikael in with them. Frank was unsure of whether to join, as he had developed a close bond with Claribelle, and didn't want to join an alliance with out her, so Cayman, Christian and Jake pulled Jessica in instead. Jared was not into the idea of a guy's alliance at all. He quickly ran back to Anne, his closest ally, and told her what happened. Anne then began to rally the girls, getting Claribelle, Jen, Anaya, and Jared involved. Lori joined the boys due to her close bond with Christian.
The house was soon split in two. Christian, Jake, Cayman, Mikael, and Lori were in one alliance, and Claribelle, Anne, Jen, Jared, and Anaya were in another. Jasmine and Frank were floating in the middle, and Jessica was the only one involved in BOTH alliances. However, Anaya and Cayman also had a secret alliance, so things weren't quite as clear-cut as they seemed.
Claribelle won the first HOH, and decided to put up Jake and Christian, as they were the tightest allies from the other side. However, when Jake won the POV, the house was sent spinning into chaos.
Christian came up with a plan to get Jessica to tell Claribelle that Frank had betrayed her, and had joined the other alliance without letting her know, though this was only a lie. Jessica told Claribelle, and Clari, feeling betrayed, decided to put up Frank as the replacement nominee instead of Cayman or Mikael.
Clari realized her mistake when Frank talked to her, and tried to rally the votes against Christian last-second, but Jake, Jess, Cayman, Mikael and Lori were already voting for him, as was Jasmine, who felt closer to Christian than Frank. Anaya also wanted to go with the majority and vote for Frank. The only 3 who were on Clari's side for the vote were Jared and Jen, who voted for Christian, but it wasn't enough, and Frank became the first person evicted from BB1.
[At the beginning of this week, Julie informed the HG's that there would be no DPOV, just the regular POV]
After only 1 week in the house, the houseguests were already playing harder than ever before. The alliance of Jake, Christian, Cayman, Jessica, Lori, and Mikael seemed to be in power, as they had ties to Jasmine and Anaya as well, and the alliance of Claribelle, Anne, Jared, and Jen was on the outs. However, Jessica continued to play both sides, telling Clari that she would be willing to work with her in the future (though Claribelle didn't trust Jessica after she lied to her last round).
At the HOH competition, Jake came out on top, securing the dominant alliance the majority. Anne knew that she had to get in with the majority, so she approached Jake, throwing Claribelle, Jen, and Jared under the bus. However, this only made Jake distrust Anne, and a backdoor plan was set up against her.
Jake put up Claribelle and Jared as pawns, though he let them know about Anne's treachery, and soon the entire house was in on the plan. Jake, Claribelle, and Jared, as the HOH/nominees, played in the veto competition, as did Cayman, Christian, and Jasmine, who were chosen randomly. In the end, Cayman won the power of veto.
Cayman knew that Jared was paranoid about going home, regardless of the plan to take out Anne, so he cut Jared a deal that if he saved him with the veto over Clari, Jared would join the majority. Jared agreed, but confessed in the DR that his true loyalty was still with Clari and Jen, and that he was only playing Cayman.
Cayman went through with his plan and saved Jared. Jake put up Anne, as per the backup plan, and despite Anne's scrambling, at the end of the week, she was unanimously voted off by the houseguests for playing both sides.
[At the beginning of Week 3, Julie announces the the cast that this is the first week where the DPOV will be featured rather than the regular POV]
After week 2, it seemed that the majority alliance of Christian, Jake, Cayman (the core 3), Jessica, Mikael, and Lori was in complete control, with Christian having Jasmine with him and Cayman having Anaya and Jared, leaving only Claribelle and Jen on the outside of the house. However, with the DPOV this week, and Jessica and Lori becoming nervous about Christian/Jake's power, anything could happen.
Mikael originally won the HOH competition. Christian came up with a plan to put two members of their majority alliance on the block, to maximize their chances at getting the DPOV and hope that Clari and Jen are not randomly chosen. Michael went with Chris's plan and put up Jessica and Chris, both having volunteered. Jen, Jared, and Chris were also randomly chosen to play in the competition for DPOV.
In the end, Jessica won the Diamond POV. However, the game was about to turn on its head. Jessica and Lori were afraid of Jake and Christian's power. They pulled in Jared/Jen/Clari, who were all in the minority, as well as Anaya, who was also on the outs of the core alliance, to create a temporary new alliance.
Jake, Christian, Mikael, and Cayman expected Jessica to use the DPOV on herself, and then put up Claribelle as the replacement, to send her home. However, Jessica shocked everyone when she used the DPOV on herself, but instead of putting Clari up, she put Jake up!
With the core alliance officially dethroned, and the tightest duo in the house up on the block, the house decided to come to a majority decision on who to send out. Christian had tighter relationships in the house than Jake, as Cayman, Lori, and Jasmine all pushed to save him, so the house came to a majority on voting for Jake. Jake was evicted in an 8-0 vote at the end of the week, at the height of his power.
[At the beginning of week four, Julie announced to the houseguests that the DPOV is retired for the time being, and they are going back to the regular POV]
After the chaos of week three, the game has been flipped entirely on its head. Christian, Mikael, and Cayman have now found themselves on the bottom, and Lori, Jessica, Clari, Jared, Jen, and Anaya were in the majority. However, nothing was that clear cut. Anaya had decided to finally use her alliance with Cayman to her advantage, pulling Jessica and Cayman into a three-person alliance with her. Meanwhile, Lori had decided to continue working with Christian and Mikael, and wanted to pull Jessica into that alliance too, though Christian still had his eye on Jessica for her betrayal last week. Jared, Jen, and Claribelle were still tight, as well. So, the game had formed into three trios:
Christian, Mikael, Lori
Jessica, Anaya, Cayman
Jared, Clari, Jen
All three trios had people communicating with other groups, and Jessica and Cayman in particular were floating between both of their trios, but for the most part those were the alliances.
However, Jasmine, the only person who had no solid alliance and was only floating between both sides, won the HOH, sending the house into a tailspin yet again. Jasmine had chosen to side with Clari's alliance, but she doesn't want to nominate Christian with Mikael (which is what the alliance wants) because she likes and trusts him, so instead she puts up Jessica, who she finds untrustworthy but thinks would be a good pawn.
At the POV competition, Cayman wins. Christian tries to get Cayman not to use the POV, because Jasmine doesn't want to have to renom someone. However, Jessica attempts to get Cayman to use the POV on her, to prove his loyalty to her and Anaya. Cayman comes to a last-second decision to use the POV on Jessica, and Jasmine, who is shocked at this move and has to make a last-minute decision, chooses to go along with Clari, Jared and Jen's wishes and re-nominate Christian.
It seemed that Christian would leave near-unanimously, however, he approached Jessica and Cayman, telling them that even though it seems that they're actually working together, he could be a useful number to them, whereas Mikael could easily end up in Clari/Jen/Jared's pockets. The two of them and Anaya consider this, and decide that it might be good to vote out Mikael, rather than Christian. Jess and Christian both approach Lori as well, and Lori, who is close with both of them, goes with their plan. At the eviction ceremony, Mikael is shockingly blindsided in a 4-3 vote, with Clari, Jared, and Jen voting for Christian, and Anaya, Cayman, Jess, and Lori voting for Mikael.
[At the start of this week, Julie announces that the Diamond POV is being reintroduced.]
After an entire month in the house, tensions were high; old divisions had been forgotten and new alliances had formed. Jessica, Anaya and Cayman still had their alliance, and they had pulled in Lori and Christian, fearing the bond between Jared/Jen/Claribelle/Jasmine. Though Christian didn't trust Jessica after she flipped, he had no ties to Clari, Jared, and Jen, and had cut off ties with Jasmine since she backstabbed him last round.
Claribelle, Jared, and Jen, meanwhile, had pulled Anaya and Jasmine into an alliance, wanting them to be top 5 (though they still trusted Lori and Jess, they thought they were too strong of competitors to keep around until the endgame). However, unbeknownst to Clari, Jared and Jen, Anaya was letting Jess, Lori, Christian and Cayman know everything that they were saying.
Jessica won the HOH competition at the start of week 5, and wanted to go after Jasmine for nominating her last round. Jessica was out for blood, and felt that Jasmine was the only person who wouldn't work with her at all (though she didn't necessarily trust Jared, Claribelle or Jen either). Her alliance suggested that she put up two of them instead to maximize their chances at getting the DPOV, but Jess decided to put up the other alliance, wanting to make her position in the house clear to everyone. Jess put up Jared and Jasmine.
For the DPOV competition, Jessica, Jared, and Jasmine competed, as did Lori, Anaya, and Claribelle. Lori managed to walk away with the DPOV in the end.
Lori told Jessica that, to secure Christian's loyalty to them, they should save Jasmine with the DPOV and put up Cayman, so that Anaya and Christian no longer have the connection between them and will work with them, but without them being on the outs of a Christian/Cayman/Anaya block. However, Jess was dead set on getting out Jasmine, and said that Jasmine wouldn't work with them anyways, so they shouldn't bother saving her and pissing off their strongest alliance. Lori ended up NOT using the DPOV, and the nominations stayed as Jared and Jasmine.
At the end of the week, Jessica's campaigning worked out, and Jasmine left unanimously, due to Clari/Jen wanting to save their ally, and Lori/Anaya/Cay/Chris voting as a block. Jasmine became the first member of the jury, and was sent to the sequester house.
[At the beginning of week six, Julie let the houseguests know that the DPOV is once again being retired for the time being, and they will go back to the regular POV]
At the start of week 6, alliances seemed to have finally solidified in the house. Jared, Claribelle, and Jen were a solid trio, that had somehow made their way to the final 8 together despite being on the outs from the start. On the other side, Christian, Jessica, Lori, Anaya, and Cayman were a solid group. However, Anaya had been playing both sides, and taking info told to her from Jared, Clari and Jen, and giving it to her alliance.
Jen managed to win the HoH, however, derailing the majority's plans and finally giving the core trio REAL power in the game. They decided originally that they wanted to put up Jessica and Lori, who they felt were not only tough competitors, but dishonest as well, as Jessica had put Jared and Jasmine up last round and Lori was her closest ally.
Jessica, however, knew she was in trouble, and that if she wanted to survive, she would have to go on defense, even though she had been playing offense all game. She approached Jen and exposed Anaya for playing both sides, telling her that Anaya and Cayman had been playing them against each other. Jen realized that Cayman and especially Anaya were playing everyone, and put the two of them up on the block together.
Jessica managed to win the POV next, and had suddenly gone from a spot where she was going to be nominated and possibly evicted, to one of the most powerful positions in the house. Anaya told Jessica that if she uses the POV on her, they could convince Jen to put up Christian and take him out, saving them, Lori, and Cayman. However, Jess, Lori, and Christian were secretly a trio, and Jess was ready to cut Anaya loose, so at the POV ceremony, she did not use the POV, shocking both Anaya and Cayman.
At the eviction, Anaya was the main target for playing both sides. Christian voted for her because she wanted to throw him under the bus, Claribelle and Jared voted for her because she was playing both sides, and Jess and Lori voted for her because... well, that was their plan. Anaya left in a unanimous 5-0 vote and became the second member of the jury, joining Jasmine at the sequester house.
[At the beginning of week 7, Julie announces to the houseguests that this week is another DPOV week.]
After week 6, alliances in the house are back on shaky ground. Claribelle, Jared, and Jen are still solid, however, Cayman doesn't trust Jessica, nor does Christian, and Jessica and Lori are now trying to play both sides between Cayman/Christian and Jared/Jen/Claribelle. However, Claribelle is onto Jessica as well, and approached Christian and Cayman to potentially put her and Lori up and blindside her.
Cayman won the HOH competition, and had to choose between putting up Clari/Jared or Jess/Lori. He decided that the trio was more threatening and put up Clari and Jared.
However, Clari won the DPOV. Jess approached Clari, asking her to put up Christian as the renom, but unbeknownst to her, Clari was still planning to blindside Jess. Clari saved herself, and put Jess up on the block in her place. It seemed like Jess was going home without a doubt, with Clari/Jen/Christian all ready to evict her over Jared, but Jess approached Cayman and Christian, pleading with them to save her. She told them that they didn't have to trust her, but if they don't take out the trio they will steamroll over them
At the eviction ceremony, Christian was the swing vote; he could take out Jessica, or he and Cayman (as the HoH who breaks the tie) could vote out Jared. Christian chose to vote Jared, and Cayman chose to break the tie and vote Jared as well, sending Jared home.
[At the beginning of this week, Julie announces to the HG's that the DPOV is being used for the second time in a row, shocking them.]
At this point in the game, after two months in the house and only 6 people left, the game had solidified into three pairs. Cayman and Christian were a pair, as were Lori and Jess, and the four of them had been working together since week 4. Claribelle and Jen were also a duo, and they had stuck together throughout the game, and hoped to expose a crack in the other 4. It turned out that there was, as Christian and Cayman didn't trust Jess and Lori, and wanted to nominate those two.
Christian managed to win the HOH, and even though Jess and Lori tried to get Claribelle and Jen up on the block, he made a big move and put up Jessica and Lori on the block.
It came time for the DPOV competition- now that it is the final six, everyone is competing. In the end, Jessica outlasted the others and won the DPOV, giving her the power to save herself from surefire eviction and put up a nominee of her choice. She chose to save herself (obviously), and put up Claribelle, who she felt was the biggest threat to her game, as Clari was coming after Jess.
Jess and Lori campaigned to Cayman to save Lori and vote for Clari, while Clari and Jen campaigned to Cayman to vote for Lori. Cayman and Christian were the duo in the middle, and Cayman had to choose a side. In the end, Cayman decided he was tired of Jess and Lori being in control of the game, and he voted for Lori, sending her home in a 2-1 vote. Lori became the fourth member of the jury and joined the others in the sequester house.
[At the beginning of this week, Julie announces to the houseguests that the DPOV is being officially retired and for the remainder of the game, only the regular POV will be used.]
With only five people left in the game, the houseguests were ALL playing hard, and playing to win the game. After week eight, it appeared that Jessica was on the outside of the house, and the two duos of Cayman/Christian and Claribelle/Jen were a final 4 alliance.
Claribelle won the HOH. Jessica approached her asking if she would be willing to put up Christian/Cayman to take out that duo and save Jess, but Claribelle and Jess had been strategic rivals for most of the game, and Clari wanted to take out her biggest threat, so she refused Jess's deal. Claribelle decided to put Christian and Jess on the block, as she wanted to take Cayman (who she had recently gotten closer with) to the final 3 with her and Jen. However, Jen was not as certain that she wanted to keep Cayman around, and wanted to break up the Chris/Cayman duo, but wasn't sure how to do it.
Jen's solution came when she won the POV. Jessica approached her in a last-ditch effort to save herself, telling Jen that if she saves her with the POV, Jess will go to the final 2 with her, and told her that it's smarter to get out Cayman, who is tight with Christian, rather than Jess, who has nobody. Jen decided that Jess's plan was best for her game, and Jen saved Jessica with the POV, forcing Claribelle to put up Cayman as the replacement.
Jessica and Jen held Christian and Cayman's games in their hands. They both thought Cayman was a bigger physical threat than Christian, so they decided to evict him. In a 2-0 vote, Cayman was evicted and became the fifth juror.
After 9 whole weeks in the Big Brother house, only four people remained. Jessica, Claribelle, Christian, and Jen. All four were playing just as hard as they had at the beginning of the game, and all four of them were hungry for the win.
Christian struck up a deal with Jess to stick together, since Clari and Jen were the tightest alliance in the house. Jess agreed, though in the end, the game comes down to the POV at this point, not the HOH or alliances.
Jen managed to win the penultimate HOH of the season, and put up Jess and Christian, staying true to her final 2 with Claribelle (though Jen also had a final 2 with Jess, and a close deal with Christian, so she knew that she was covered on all angles).
Christian managed to win the POV, saving himself from being put on the block, and forcing Jen to put up Claribelle as the replacement. It came down to Clari and Jess on the block: two players who had been strategic rivals all game, now vying for Christian's vote to stay in the game. In the end, Christian chose to stick with his deal with Jess, and evicted Claribelle, making her the sixth member of the jury.
With the game winding down to the last five days, the three remaining houseguests were all fighting for victory. It came down to the final HOH to see who would last until the final 2, and who would fall just short. Christian won the first part of the final HOH, and Jessica won the second. It came down to the two of them, and the final HOH ended up going to Christian.
Jen and Jessica both campaigned to stay in the house; Jessica told Christian that they had not only made a deal the other day, but she had pissed off a lot of people and would lose if taken to the end. Jen told Christian that due to her low-key style of play, the jury would not respect her game as much and would vote for him.
In the end, Christian decided that he felt Jess's aggressive gameplay would make the jury respect her, rather than dislike her, and told her that he should not have to stick to a deal he made on week 10 when she betrayed almost all the deals she made throughout her time in the house. So, after 73 days in the house, Jessica fell just short of her final goal, leaving Christian and Jen left as the final 2.
Christian and Jen were ecstatic to have made it to the final 2, and have a 50% chance of winning 500,000 dollars. However, they had one last obstacle to face: the jury. The jury interrogated the two finalists about their games. Overall, they seemed to have the same opinions:
They respected Christian's strong social and strategic game, and commended him for working his way out of the bad position he was in at the beginning, to find himself in one of the strongest positions in the house for the back half of the game. However, they thought he shouldn't have found himself in a position like that in the first place.
They also respected Jen for her under-the-radar style, which kept her off the chopping block, and strategic game, but they thought she didn't do as much as Christian to make it to the final 2.
In the end, Christian became the winner of BB1 in a close 4-3 vote.
Votes for Christian: Jasmine, Anaya, Cayman, Jessica
Votes for Jen: Jared, Lori, Claribelle