|Big Brother 1 (Tozza6)|
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At two points in the game, a double eviction will take place where two Houseguests will be evicted within the one night.
A set of triplets will be switching in and out of the house for the first five evictions of the game. If they are able to survive, one more triplet will be allowed to enter the house, and the three will continue to swap out between the two places. If both of those triplets can survive another two evictions, the third and final triplet will be allowed to enter the game.
At some point in the game, the current jury members will face off in a competition, and the winner will be allowed to re-enter the game.
Each week, two co-Head of Households and two Power of Veto winners will be crowned. Each of the HOHs will be allowed to nominate one Houseguest each and should one of their nominees be taken off the block via a POV, the HOH who nominated them will be allowed to name a replacement nominee. Each POV holder will one at a time decide whether they are going to use their veto or not. Should the vote be tied at the end of the week, both HOHs must agree on who to evict, otherwise, the two HOHs will both be immediately evicted from the house.
During week eleven's HOH competition, the Houseguests will have to allocate each of their fellow Houseguests (including themselves) a token numbered 1 through 5. The numbers on the tokens will be added up and the person with the highest total will become the new Head of Household. However, the Houseguest with the second highest amount will automatically be nominated for eviction, while the Houseguest with the lowest total will secretly be given the power to remove a jury member.
Jury Vote Cancellation:
The Houseguest who receives the lowest score in "The Vote" will be granted the ability to cancel the vote of a juror of heir choice should they make it to the Final Two. This means that while the juror will still cast a vote, it will not count towards who wins the game. If the Houseguest who receives the power is voted out prior to the Final Two, they will be allowed to secretly pass the power along to somebody still in the game.
Click on the Houseguests to find out more about them.
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Season Summary Edit
Week 1 (Round 1)Edit
Episode 1 (Premiere/HOH) Edit
As the first season of Tozza6's series kicks off, we see Julie Chen placed on the center of the stage, ready to get the season started. Before the Houseguests enter, we are shown a few clips of their lives outside of the house. Emma is a young, bubbly girl who believes she's secretly very intelligent. Jonathon is a goofball who's looking to have some fun. Alyssa is looking for a showmance, while Kevin plans on taking out all the young people. Vicky is an introvert who feels out of her comfort zone hanging around people like Sam, who believes he's going to crush the competition. Robyn is a mother who is ready to play a silent but deadly game, and Terrence is a Grandfather who wants to become the oldest person to win Big Brother. Joshua is a gay bartender who plans on playing a great social game, while Felicity is from a very rich family and wants to get away from it all. We also meet Kris, an enthusiastic Physical Education Teacher, who wants to lead an alliance to victory and Cochran, the "biggest super fan you could ever meet". Sophie's got a sharp tongue and knows how to use it, while Dalton plans on winning the Houseguests over with his country charm. Finally, we are introduced to Kaitlyn, who is a little cooky but certainly loves her cats.
After the short introductions, the fifteen new Houseguest are seen waiting outside of the front door, eager to enter. The first group to enter consists of Sophie, Kris, Dalton, Vicky and Cochran. All five excitedly enter and are all able to claim beds. Kris and Dalton quickly hit it off, with Kris looking at him as a younger version of himself. The second group to enter is Jonathon, Alyssa, Kevin, Sam and Kaitlyn. Luckily for them, all five are still able to claim beds but realise that there is only one more bed for the final five Houseguests. Sophie quickly lets the viewers know in the Diary Room that she can tell Alyssa is an attention-seeking bitch who she will not be getting along with. Jonathon and Kaitlyn bond over being a little different from the rest. The final group of Houseguests to move in are Terrence, Felicity, Joshua, Emma and Robyn. Terrence is able to claim the final spare bed, meaning the other four have to share with somebody else. Kevin takes note that there are a few older people cast this season and plans to use that to his advantage.
With everybody moved in, the champagne party begins. Everybody is honest about their age and profession, except for Emma, who tells everybody she's an Arts Student when in reality she is an Economics Student. Soon afterward, Julie appears on the screen and lets the Houseguests know that this season there will be two Head of Households, and two Power of Veto holders rather the typical one. Sam seems disappointed with the twist, having wanted to annihilate all of the competitions alone, while Terrence appears excited by the prospect of him having twice the chance of getting into power. After this, the Houseguests briefly disperse, and Kevin sets his plan of gathering the older Houseguests into action. In the Autumn room, Kevin, Robyn, Terrence and Kris form the "Overage" alliance. Everybody seems content with the group, except Kris, who'd rather a group that would be stronger in competitions. Following this, the first Head of Household competition of the summer begins.
The Head of Household competition involves the Houseguests having to hang onto a tree trunk for as long as they can. The two Houseguests to survive the longest will be crowned the first two co-HOHs. Right off the bat, Robyn struggles to get a good grip and falls off after only two minutes. She reveals in the Diary Room that she threw the challenge to make herself look like a weak competitor. After five minutes, apple juice begins to pour from above onto the Houseguests, making it harder for them to hang on. Soon, Jonathon, Terrence and Alyssa all fall off, leaving eleven left standing. The "wind" then starts picking up and the trees begin swaying back and forth. Felicity quickly falls off, followed by Vicky, Cochran, Kevin and Emma. With only six remaining at the forty-five-minute mark, Alyssa returns from the Diary Room with three boxes. She informs the remaining competitors that if they are one of the next three to fall, they will get a chance to open a Mystery Box and claim whatever is inside. Kaitlyn immediately jumps down at hearing this and opens the green box. She ends up winning safety for the week, much to her delight. Knowing he's about to slip off anyway, Joshua jumps down next and opens the blue box, which contains nothing. Seeing that the only "bad" box has been claimed, Sam takes a risk in jumping down, in hopes of something good. The red box actually contains an automatic Have-Not Card, meaning Sam will be a Have-Not during the first week, annoying him greatly. With only Kris, Sophie and Dalton left, the three all make a deal to keep each other safe, causing suspicion from Kevin. Not wanting the blood on his hands, Dalton drops, leaving Sophie and Kris as the first co-HOHs of the summer.
At the end of the show, Julie congratulates the two new HOHs on their victories, and reveals to the Houseguests that "just because you think you're safe for the next eviction, doesn't mean you will be". She laters tells the audience that the next live eviction will be a Double Eviction, where two Houseguests will be evicted within the one night. Julie also tells America about the Triplet Twist, which involves three triplets switching in and out of the house. With that, the episode comes to a close.
Episode 2 (Nominations) Edit
The episode begins with the Houseguests still on the couches after just hearing Julie's message. Many of the Houseguests speculate that there will be a Double Eviction, while Cochran firmly states that they would never do one this early. In the Summer Room, Alyssa, Dalton, Emma, Sam and Felicity speculate who they think each co-HOH is going to nominate. Alyssa believes that Kris is going to target the weak players like Robyn and Terrence, while she sees Vicky as somebody Sophie would put up because nobody likes her. The five all agree that they should form an alliance, and coin the name the "Young Guns". Emma reveals in the Diary Room that she does not fully trust them but won't say no to an alliance.
After the HOH room reveal takes place, Kris and Sophie talk alone, and agree to work together for the first vote. Sophie makes it clear that she is gunning for Alyssa to go home since she sees her as somebody who's going to target her down the line. Kris agrees that Alyssa would be a good option, but is worried that with two POVs in play, she'd win one if they put her up. Because of this, they agree to backdoor her. Later that day, Alyssa and Sam start hitting it off on the hammock, causing Joshua to grow suspicious that they'll be starting a showmance. Worried about a power couple forming, Joshua voices his concerns to the co-HOHs, and stresses that the blossoming pair is dangerous. Sophie explains the backdoor plan to Alyssa and suggests nominating Sam as a pawn. Kris is worried since he doesn't want to be targeted by Sam, so Sophie volunteers to be the one who nominates him.
The following morning, Sophie, Kris, Joshua and Dalton meet in the HOH room, and agree to form the "Top Dogs" alliance due to all being physically strong. Sophie and Kris inform Dalton of their plan to backdoor Alyssa, to which Dalton stresses against, saying it would be a mistake to make such a big move so early. Sophie and Joshua insist that Alyssa is too dangerous. Kris says that they can work out who the target should be after nominations. The Overage alliance meet in the Storage Room, where Kris explains he's going to nominate a pawn to keep the blood on Sophie's hands. Kevin demands that Kris nominates one of the younger Houseguests to prevent them from teaming up, throwing Emma and Felicity's names as potential options. Kris says he'll think it over but promises to keep the alliance safe.
The next day, the Houseguests compete in their first Have/Have-Not Competition. As Co-HOHs, and already being an automatic Have-Not, Kris, Sophie and Sam sit out. After a close battle, the team of Kaitlyn, Joshua and Robyn comes in last place and join Sam as the Have-Nots for the week. Prior to nominations, Alyssa and Sam approach the two HOHs about keeping them off the block. Alyssa says that Vicky would be an easy choice, and somebody like Cochran would be good as well. Sophie agrees to their plan, and Sam and Alyssa leave. Sophie and Kris then agree not to listen to the two of them, keeping the plan the same. At the Nomination Ceremony, Kris is first to turn her key, revealing Vicky's face on the wall. He explains that he doesn't know where she stands and that she is just a pawn. Sophie then turns her key to reveal Sam's face on the wall. While he is visibly shocked, Sophie tells him that she came here to make big moves and sees him as an unworthy a**hole. With that, both the Nomination Ceremony and the episode conclude.
Episode 3 (POV) Edit
Following the nomination ceremony, Sam begins lashing out on Sophie for lying to him and giving him a rude speech. Sophie tells Sam that it's a part of the game and that he should stop acting like such a big baby. Sam then calls Sophie a m*******cker, much to the Houseguests' shock. Sophie walks off, ignoring the upset personal trainer. Upstairs, Sophie is comforted by Joshua and Kaitlyn, and they discuss that Sam needs to go as soon as possible. Sophie tells Kaitlyn that the plan is to send either Sam or Alyssa home, which she happily agrees to. Meanwhile, the Young Guns meet in the Have-Not room, where Sam throws a fit over Sophie's speech. He then presents a monolog about he's going to win veto, win HOH and put Sophie's a** on the block. While Alyssa and Felicity back him up, Emma and Dalton seem to be awfully quiet, feeling Sam is taking things out of hand completely. Emma and Dalton talk alone a little while later where Dalton informs Emma of the plan to backdoor Alyssa. Emma says that the alliance is falling apart regardless, so she doesn't have a problem with it.
Later that day, the Overage alliance gather in the Autumn room, where Kevin interrogates Kris about his move to nominate Vicky instead of one of the younger Houseguests. Kris explains that he didn't want to upset that side of the house, but Kevin explains that Vicky could go home now, which would be a complete waste of an HOH. Kris fires back that maybe Kevin should've won HOH if wanted to control things and leaves the room. Kevin tells Robyn and Terrence that they need to keep Kris at an arm's length, which the other two agree to. Prior to the Veto Competition, Vicky talks to Kris about why she was nominated and is told that she is simply a pawn and that she should have nothing to worry about. Later that morning, Kris and Sophie reveal that it's time to pick players for the Veto competition and all the Houseguest congregate in the Living Room. Sophie draws first and pulls first and picks Sam's name, much to her annoyance. With a confident smirk, Sam picks Alyssa to join him in the competition. Kris is next and draws Jonathon's name, making the competitors Kris, Sophie, Sam, Vicky, Alyssa and Jonathon.
For the first Veto Competition of the summer, Houseguests are to search through an "Ogre's swamp" for various letter tiles to bring back to their spelling station. The two people to spell the longest words will win the Veto Competiton. Sam, Kris and Sophie whizz through the swamp, but all have a hard time spelling long words. Alyssa and Vicky are much slower but seem to have an idea of what to spell in their minds. Jonathon decides to throw the competition, not wanting any unnecessary blood on his hands. After everybody locks in their word, it is time for the results. Kris reveals that he has spelled the word "longest", earning seven points. Sam spells the word "tells" for only five points. Jonathon spells "creepy" for six, and Sophie spells "creation", which gives her eight points. Vicky spells "controllable" for an impressive twelve points, whereas Alyssa misspells the word "competition", forgetting the second "i", granting her zero points. This means that Sophie and Vicky win the two Power of Vetos.
Returning from the competition, Sam is defeated and complains about it to the Young Guns. He says that there is no way the veto is being used on him, so he's not going to even bother. Upstairs, Sophie, Kris, Joshua and Kaitlyn all celebrate their victory together and continue to chant "No Showmance this season!" over and over. After everything dies down, the four agree for Sophie not to use her veto and let Vicky take herself down, allowing Kris to backdoor Alyssa. While he is reluctant to make the move, Kris agrees. Meanwhile, Alyssa and Felicity talk privately to Kris about who he's going to nominate in Vicky's place. The two ladies say that if he wants to keep blood off his hands, Cochran would be a good option, to which Kris half-heartedly agrees to. Wanting to keep both his alliances intact, Dalton privately talks to Kris about maybe not going along with backdooring Alyssa and nominating a floater instead. Kris seems to heavily consider this as he does not want blood on his hands. After speaking with Sophie again, she insists that the showmance must be split and that Kris needs to put Alyssa up.
At the Veto Meeting, Sophie decides not to use her Power of Veto, while Vicky chooses to remove herself from the block. In her place, Kris ends up nominating Alyssa, shocking some of the Young Guns. With this, the Veto Meeting is adjourned, along with the episode.
Episode 4 Part 1 (Eviction #1) Edit
With the Veto Meeting coming to a close, Alyssa walks off in tears, followed by Sam. Alyssa starts bawling her eyes out in the Storage Room, with Sam trying his best to comfort her. She complains about one of the two of them having to be evicted, along with calling Kris a lying backstabber. Sam tells her that whoever stays has to try to get Sophie and Kris out of the house. Meanwhile, the Top Dogs gather in the HOH room and discuss who the target should be. Joshua is concerned that Sam is a bigger competition threat, but the other three all see Alyssa as the brains behind the operation and convince him that she needs to go. Needing more numbers, Kaitlyn and Jonathon are invited upstairs and agree to vote Alyssa out.
Back downstairs in the Winter Room, Emma and Felicity discuss which of their alliance members they're going to keep. Both want Sam out of the house for his obnoxious behavior but are concerned they don't have the numbers. They approach Cochran about voting Sam out, to which he agrees to, although he reveals in the Diary Room he's going to vote with the house. In the Autumn Room, the Overage alliance meet and Kris informs them of the "house"'s plan to evict Alyssa. Kevin immediately rebuts, saying that Sam is far more dangerous in challenges, and is backed up by Robyn and Terrence. Kris explains that he doesn't want his nominee to stay in the house because then they would come after him.
At the first eviction of the season, Julie informs the Houseguests of the Double Eviction that will take place shortly. Some Houseguests are surprised by this but regardless, the eviction ceremony begins. Sam pledges that he's going to come after two people and two people only if the others keep him in the house while Alyssa promises to protect whoever votes to keep her. In the end, Alyssa is evicted by a 9-2 vote, with only Emma and Felicity voting to save her.
Votes for Alyssa: Cochran, Dalton, Jonathon, Joshua, Kaitlyn, Kevin, Robyn, Terrence & Vicky
Votes for Sam: Emma & Felicity
Week 1 (Round 2)Edit
Episode 4 Part 2 (Eviction #2) Edit
Immediately following Alyssa's eviction, the Houseguests jump into their next Head of Household competition. In this competition, players will have to answer 'A', 'B' or 'Neither' to each question referring to their first night in the BB house. If they guess correctly, they stay in the game, otherwise they are eliminated. The first question is 'Alyssa entered the house A) as a part of the second group or B) with Cochran.' The correct answer is A, which eliminates Cochran, Felicity, Jonathon, Joshua and Terrence. Julie then asks the Houseguests 'On the first night I said quote "just because you think you're safe for the next eviction, doesn't mean you A) won't be evicted or B) will stay in the house." The correct answer is neither, as Julie said "will be", which eliminates everybody except for Dalton and Sam, granting them the two Co-HOH positions for the night.
At the Nomination Ceremony, Sam nominates Sophie, while Dalton nominates Terrence. Both of Dalton's alliances are mad that he did not nominate somebody from the opposing side but they let it slide and focus on winning Veto. Emma and Kaitlyn are picked to play in Veto, making the players Dalton, Sam, Terrence, Sophie, Emma and Kaitlyn. For the Veto Competiton, Houseguests must run across the yard into a ball pit and retrieve three gold balls one at a time. The first two Houseguests to retrieve all three balls will win the two Power of Vetos. Sophie and Sam get off to flying starts, closely followed by Dalton and Kaitlyn. Sam struggles to find his second ball, while Sophie extends her lead, and eventually wins the first Power of Veto. In a close battle for second between Dalton, Kaitlyn and Sam, Kaitlyn is victorious.
At the Veto Meeting, Sophie saves herself and is replaced with Kris. Kaitlyn decides not to use her Power of Veto, leaving Kris and Terrence as the final nominees. Leading up to the vote, the Young Guns are able to get Kevin and Robyn on board to send Kris home, while the Top Dogs are looking to vote Terrence out. Kevin convinces Cochran to vote his way, while Kaitlyn and Jonathon are roped in by Joshua and Sophie. Meanwhile, Dalton speaks to Emma about getting Terrence out, promising to "explain later". During the Eviction Ceremony, it is a close vote of 6-4, but ultimately Terrence goes home.
Votes for Terrence: Emma, Kaitlyn, Jonathon, Joshua, Sophie & Vicky
Votes for Kris: Cochran, Felicity, Kevin & Robyn
Week 2 Edit
Episode 5 (HOH/Nominations) Edit
As the Double Eviction comes to a close, Kris is extremely mad that he received so many votes and quickly pulls Kevin and Robyn aside to discuss what happened. Kevin explains that it was either Kris or Terrence and says that they don't trust him as much after he disagreed with them so much last week. Not willing to forgive, Kris tells them that it's clear that he's on the bottom with the two of them and walks off. In the Summer Bedroom, Kris, Sophie, Joshua and Kaitlyn discuss why Dalton would nominate Terrence over one of Sam's allies like Felicity or Emma. They agree that Dalton must still have some loyalty to the younger people alliance, making him a dangerous player.
Meanwhile, in the Spring Room, Dalton is also in some hot water with the Young Guns for going after a weak player. Dalton apologises but says he didn't want the unnecessary blood on his hands. His alliance forgives him but Sam tells Dalton that he has to stop playing it safe. Later on, Emma questions why Dalton asked her to vote Terrence out over Kris. Dalton spills that he's secretly working with the Top Dogs alliance, but reassures her that she doesn't have anything to worry about because he will make sure she is safe. Emma reveals in the Diary Room that she finds Dalton's scheming sketchy but knows that he will be useful in order to keep herself safe with the other side of the house.
The following morning, the Houseguests compete in their third Head of Household competition. In this competition, Houseguests are to use a catapult to launch balls to knock over ten pins set up along a lane. The first two Houseguests to knock over all of their pins will become the new co-HOHs. To make things more difficult, each lane has various bumpers that rise in and out of slots in the lane, adding an obstacle in the way. Kris, Vicky, Joshua, Sophie and Emma get off to good leads, while Kevin, Felicity and Jonathon lag behind. Around the mid-way point, Robyn begins catching up and is able to take the lead with six pins. After a few more minutes, Vicky, Robyn, Joshua ,and Sophie are all tied with nine pins. Vicky is able to get her final pin first, granting her one of the two co-HOH positions. In the end, Joshua beats out the other two women and takes the second position as co-HOH. Right afterward, Vicky and Joshua have to name two have-nots each. Cochran, Emma, Jonathon and Kris all volunteer and become the have-nots for the week.
After the competition, the Young Guns are all disappointed about their loss and assume that two of them are going up. However, Dalton and Emma feel confident that the other two alliance members will be targeted over them. Meanwhile, Kris, Sophie, Joshua, Kaitlyn and Vicky all celebrate upstairs for being able to keep the power in their hands for another week. Vicky states that she is not going to put up anybody from that group, as does Joshua. Sophie explains how she's losing trust in Dalton for playing both sides and wants one of his allies gone. Joshua suggests nominating Emma and Felicity with the option of backdooring Sam, which everybody agrees to. The five agree to form an alliance called the 'Pent-House', as there are five members and plan to stay in the Head of Household room for the rest of the season.
Just before nominations the next day, Dalton checks in with the Heads of Household to see where their heads are at. Joshua and Vicky tell him about the plan to nominate Emma and Felicity, much to Dalton's surprise. Dalton stresses that many people might not use the Veto on one of the nominees and that it would better to put Sam up outright next to Felicity. Vicky states that she can tell he's trying to protect Emma, causing Dalton to backtrack. He finally says that he's fine with whatever they decide and leaves the room. At the Nomination Ceremony, Joshua turns his key first to reveal Felicity's face on the Memory Wall. He tells her that they haven't spoken a lot of game and views her as a wildcard. Sophie is next and reveals Emma's face on the wall, shocking her greatly. Vicky states that she can see that Emma has her hands in a lot of people's corners and she doesn't like it. With that, the episode concludes.
Episode 6 (POV) Edit
Following the Nomination Ceremony, Emma appears absolutely shocked and quickly pulls Dalton aside for an explanation. Dalton lies by saying he had no idea she would be put up, thinking it would be Sam instead. Emma reveals in the Diary Room that she is losing trust in Dalton because things are not adding up. Meanwhile, up in the HOH room, Felicity asks Joshua why she was nominated. Joshua tells her she is not the target this week as there are bigger fish to fry. Felicity says that she won't hold it against him, understanding where he is coming from. Later that day, the Pent-House alliance plus Dalton discuss who the target should be. Dalton heavily campaigns that Sam is the biggest competition threat, while Vicky feels Emma is the brains behind the operation. Dalton disagrees, saying that Emma would be more willing to work with them and ultimately convinces the group that Sam should be the target, much to Vicky's annoyance.
That night, Emma talks to Vicky in the Autumn Room about her nomination. Vicky reveals that she saw Emma as too closely aligned with Dalton and reveals to her that she can tell he's playing both sides of the house. Emma asks if Dalton knew she was going, which Vicky confirms. Emma then pledges that she has had enough of Dalton's lies and is more than willing to work against him. Vicky says she thinks Dalton is the biggest snake in the house and the two agree that he needs to go. Meanwhile, Kaitlyn and Jonathon continue to bond over being the oddballs of the group and want to form an alliance. Later on, they pull Joshua and Robyn aside and the four name themselves 'Oddball Central'. Kaitlyn and Joshua both talk and agree that this side alliance will be good for their games. In the afternoon, the Houseguests draw players for the Power of Veto competition. Vicky is first and pulls Dalton's name, annoying her greatly. Joshua pulls Kevin's chip, making the Veto players Vicky, Joshua, Emma, Felicity, Dalton and Kevin.
For the Power of Veto competition, players are to play in a series of head to head matches where two people will be shown a scene full of different objects. The two competitors will then have to race into a room filled with random objects and correctly place five objects shown in the previous scene on their podium. The first player to correctly do this will move on and the next person in line will choose somebody to face off against. Felicity is randomly chosen to compete first and selects Kevin to square off against. While Felicity is much faster, her memory was nothing compared to Kevin, crowning Kevin the victor. Emma was next and chose to face off against Kevin yet again. Emma was surprisingly able to quickly gather the items and didn't make any mistakes, eliminating Kevin. Next up was Joshua, who chose Emma to square off against. Emma once again showed off her memory prowess and won the round. Dalton was the final person to choose who he would compete against and chose Vicky much to the Top Dogs' surprise. Vicky was very upset by this decision but beat Dalton regardless, crowning the Power of Vetos to both Emma and Vicky.
Back inside, Vicky calls Dalton to the HOH room immediately to discuss what just happened. She questions his decision to hand Emma the win, which he responds by saying they want to backdoor Sam anyway, so it shouldn't matter. Vicky tells him that she's beginning to believe his loyalty is more with the other side of the house. Dalton reassures her he is not, but she doesn't seem to buy it. That evening, the Pent-House alliance meets upstairs to discuss their plan. Vicky stresses that Dalton is not loyal to them and even throws out the idea of making a big move and nominating him instead. Her alliance disagrees, saying that it is too early to ostracise somebody they could work with. Vicky tells them that she refuses to work with him because he cannot be trusted. The following morning, Sam pitches his case to Vicky about how he could help her game. He tells her that he is a beast in competitions and he would be willing to let her choose four people he wouldn't be allowed to nominate if he wins HOH. Vicky lets him know that a lot of people want him out but she might be inclined to do something else. She later talks with Emma about the possibility of nominating Dalton, with Emma telling her she is perfectly okay with that. Vicky says she is conflicted because the whole house wants Sam out and she doesn't want to piss them off.
At the Veto Meeting, Vicky is first and chooses not to use her Power of Veto. Emma does use her Veto on herself and in her place, Vicky nominates Dalton, shocking most of the house. She states that Dalton is a rat and a dirty liar and it is in the best interest of everybody to send him home. With that, the episode comes to an end.
Episode 7 Part 1 (Eviction) Edit
Immediately after the Veto Meeting, Dalton asks publicly why Vicky decided to nominate him. Vicky simply states that it is clear that he is trying to play all sides of the house, causing Dalton to shake his head, insisting he is not. Emma jumps in by saying that Dalton lied to her about having nothing to do with her nomination and confirmed with everyone that he was, in fact, a part of her alliance with Felicity and Sam. Dalton denies all of this, becomes flustered and walks off. Later in the Summer Room, Dalton pleads to the rest of the Pent-House that he was never truly working with the other side of the house. Everybody seems to believe him and agree that Vicky made an emotional move. Dalton brings up the point that they already have three votes for him to stay (Kaitlyn, Kris & Sophie) and would only need two more. Kaitlyn says she should be able to convince Jonathon and Robyn.
The next morning, the Young Guns all agree that Dalton has been playing them and needs to be sent home. Emma says that it's going to be hard work getting three more votes but is confident they can do it. Sam suggests bringing in the two "oldies", Robyn and Kevin, and Emma adds that Cochran should be an easy sell too. With that, Emma gets to work and speaks with Cochran alone in the Storage Room about blindsiding Dalton at the upcoming eviction. Cochran agrees and reveals in the Diary Room that he trusts Emma and wants to shake up the house. Meanwhile, the Oddball Central alliance meet up in the Spring Room and discuss the plan for the upcoming eviction. Kaitlyn and Joshua pitch that Dalton is coming after Vicky full-throttle while Felicity is too unpredictable. Jonathon and Robyn both agree to the plan as they don't want to make any waves.
Still needing more numbers, Emma and Felicity talk to Kevin together about potentially splitting up the power structure by evicting Dalton. Kevin is more than happy to do this as he too has been noticing the dominant alliance in the house. Felicity promises that she will not go after him or Robyn if she stays, only cementing Kevin's desire to take Dalton out. The day before the eviction, the two remnants of the Overage alliance, Robyn and Kevin, compare notes with one another. Robyn reveals that the house seems to be leaning towards voting Felicity out, but Kevin has other plans. He informs Robyn that he, Emma, Sam and Cochran are all on board to blindside Dalton and need Robyn's vote to make it happen. Kevin stresses that they need to make a big move while they still have time otherwise the other side of the house will just steamroll everybody else. Robyn is left conflicted as she doesn't want to piss anybody off but knows she has to make a decision.
At the Live Eviction, Dalton reconfirms to everybody that his target is Vicky and Vicky alone, meaning everybody else should have nothing to worry about. Felicity says that she feels she hasn't had a chance to prove what she can really do and would love a chance to show people. In the end, both sides stick to their guns, leaving Robyn with the deciding vote. She ultimately betrays Oddball Central and votes to evict Dalton, completely blindsiding him.
Votes for Dalton: Cochran, Emma, Kevin, Robyn & Sam
Votes for Felicity: Jonathon, Kaitlyn, Kris & Sophie
Week 3 Edit
Episode 7 Part 2 (HOH) Edit
Proceeding Dalton's eviction from the house, the Pent-House minus Vicky are all flabbergasted at the result of the vote. Nevertheless, the Houseguests are instructed to go to the backyard for their next Head of Household competition. For this competition, each player has a ring that they will toss onto an oversized, spinning dart board full of different point values. The two Houseguests who land their ring on the highest values will become the next co-HOHs. Kevin is first and lands a 4, followed by Kaitlyn with a 16. Next is Sam with 17, Jonathon with 8 and Sophie with a perfect 20, putting Sophie and Sam in the lead. Felicity and Cochran miss completely, while Kris earns a 16, eliminating all three of them. Emma throws an impressive 18, putting her in second place behind Sophie. Robyn is up last but scores only a 13, making Emma and Sophie the two new co-HOHs.
Episode 8 (Nominations) Edit
With two people from opposite sides of the house in power, everybody knows it's going to be a crazy week. The episode starts with the Pent-House talking in the Winter Room about last week's blindside. Everybody immediately started asking Vicky if she was in on the plan, which she admits to but states that she was not the one to instigate it. A flashback to "4 Hours Before the Eviction" occurs as we see Emma informing Vicky that they have the votes to send Dalton home. The two excitedly dance around and agree to have each other's backs moving forward. Cutting back to present time, Sophie states that she wants to strike a deal with Emma about working together so that she can keep her alliance safe.
Over in the Storage Room, Sam, Emma and Felicity celebrate their HoH win, with Emma stating she has to go big or go home. Sam immediately gets in her ear about going after Kris, which she agrees might be a good idea but wants to see where other people's heads are at. Later, Oddball Central meet in the Summer Room with a lot of tension in the air. Joshua says that somebody must have flipped on the plan and voted Dalton out, but nobody fesses up. Robyn reveals in the Diary Room that she doesn't want a target on her back by people thinking that she is a flipper but is worried about somebody else spilling the beans. Kaitlyn and Jonathon talk alone and both agree that they are getting weird vibes from Robyn and suspect that she was the one to flip.
Following the HoH room reveal that evening, Sophie and Emma talk together in the Head of Household room about their respective plans for nominations. Sophie says that she would be open to working together for the week to get out somebody they would both want to see gone. Emma asks Sophie who she wants out, prompting Sophie to reveal that she sees Kevin as a dangerous player who is running things from behind the scenes. Emma states that she'd much rather go after a big player, but is happy to compromise for this week. She later reveals in the Diary Room that she might have to nominate a pawn to make sure Sophie doesn't nominate one of her allies but feels that it would be a good idea to potentially backdoor a bigger threat. Emma informs the Young Guns of this plan and they all agree to it, seeing it as a brilliant move.
The next morning, the Houseguests compete in their next Have/Have-Not competition. As current Heads of Household, Emma and Sophie sit out while the remaining Houseguests are divided into two teams of five; Felicity, Joshua, Robyn, Sam and Vicky competing against Cochran, Jonathon, Kaitlyn, Kevin and Kris. The former team loses the challenge, becoming the Have-nots for the week. Back inside, Joshua appears to be extremely mad at Sam for being too forceful in the challenge and voices how it is going to be hell living in the same room as him. Later on in the day, Sophie meets with her closest allies, Kris and Joshua to discuss who she would be nominating. She explains that her talk with Emma went well and they agree not to go after each other's allies. Sophie goes on to say that she is considering going after Kevin this week, who she feels is a dangerous floater. Meanwhile, Emma chats with Vicky about who she thinks Emma should nominate. Vicky tells her that it's pointless in going after a floater and that Emma needs to use this week to take out one of the biggest threats. Emma tells Vicky about the backdoor plan, which Vicky is happy to hear about, telling the audience that she is drifting away from the Pent-House anyway, so she is fine with one of them leaving.
At the Nomination Ceremony, Emma is first to turn her key, revealing Jonathon's face on the wall. She tells him that the two of them haven't talked a lot and she wishes him the best of luck in the POV competition. Sophie is next and reveals that she has nominated Kevin for eviction. She states that she views Kevin as a strategic threat and that it is nothing personal. With that, the episode ends.
Episode 9 (POV) Edit
Following the Nomination Ceremony, both Kevin and Jonathon are extremely confused, as neither expected to be nominated. Up in the HOH room, Kevin talks to Sophie about his nomination, to which Sophie replies by saying that he hasn't tried to make any effort to talk to her, so she had no reason not to nominate him. Kevin insists that he is nowhere near the biggest target in the house and that Sophie made a bad move. Sophie says she doesn't really care what Kevin thinks, causing Kevin to walk out. He later talks to Robyn about the conversation, complaining that Sophie is a stupid girl. Robyn reminds Kevin to keep his cool and hope that a bigger threat emerges. Meanwhile, Emma speaks with Jonathon about his nomination, telling him that she has bigger fish to fry and that he is simply a pawn. Jonathon tells her he's a little nervous being the pawn, but Emma reassures him that the house loves him and would never vote him out.
Later that day, Emma realises that in order for her backdoor plan to be a success, she is going to need to secure the numbers. So, Robyn, Sam, Felicity, Cochran and Vicky are all called upstairs for a debriefing on the actual plan for the week. Everybody seems to be on board with the plan, especially Cochran, who's current strategy is to let the big dogs go after each other, while he flies under-the-radar. Meanwhile, Kaitlyn, Joshua and Jonathon all gather in the Autumn room and begin to discuss Robyn's wavering loyalty from Oddball Central. All three agree that she is beginning to work with the other side much more and come to the conclusion that she was the one to flip last week. Soon, Kevin enters, asking where Robyn is. The three tell him that she's upstairs for some kind of private meeting, making Kevin particularly suspicious. Kaitlyn then decides to reveal that Robyn was secretly working with them, much to Kevin's shocks. He later pulls Robyn aside to ask her about her allegiances. Robyn reassures Kevin that he is her number one ally, but Kevin remains unsure.
The next day, the veto players are drawn. Emma is first and draws Cochran's name. Sophie is next, pulling Kris's name, making the veto players Emma, Sophie, Jonathon, Kevin, Cochran and Kris. Before the competition begins, Kaitlyn and Joshua report back to Sophie and Kris that they have been noticing Vicky doing some shady things lately. They mention that she has been spending an awful lot of time with Emma and the other side of the house and are worried that she is switching sides. Sophie and Kris agree that they have been noticing this behavior and say that they need to win veto to make sure they have control for the week. For the POV competition, players will have to remember a sequence of ingredients they will need to concoct a magic potion. If the wrong ingredient is added to their cauldron, the mixture will explode and that person will be eliminated. The last two people standing will win the two Power of Vetos. In the first round, everybody is correct. During the second round, Kris makes an error, eliminating him. In the third round, both Cochran and Emma make mistakes, eliminating the two of them. Down to only three players, the next to rounds go smoothly. However, in the sixth round, Sophie screws up, awarding both Jonathon and Kevin a Power of Veto.
Following the competition, it becomes clear that both Heads of Household are going to need to find a new person to nominate. Emma is quite happy with the result and discusses with Felicity and Vicky about who she should put up as the replacement nominee. Felicity suggests nominating either Kris or Joshua as they seem to be the two biggest competition threats from the other side of the house. Vicky says she would prefer to see Kris nominated since he was the one to nominate her in the first week and would like a little bit of revenge. Emma agrees to it and feel that they have the numbers to get him out. Meanwhile, in the Autumn Room, Sophie talks to Joshua about who she should nominate in Kevin's place. Joshua feels that Emma is likely going to nominate somebody from the Pent-House and that they need target somebody that they could get the numbers to send home. Kevin soon walks in and apologises about the way he spoke to Sophie after he was nominated. He then begins to explain that he is growing very worried that the "young people" of the house are forming an army and he wants to put a stop to it. Joshua says that he would love for Sam to be nominated, which Sophie seems to agree to, however, is worried about going back on her deal with Emma.
At the Veto Meeting, both Kevin and Jonathon use their respective POVs on themselves, causing Emma and Sophie to have to name replacements. Emma is first and ultimately names Kris as her replacement nominee, prompting Sophie to raise an eyebrow. Following this, Sophie has no issues in naming Sam as her nominee, bringing an end to the episode.
Episode 10 (Eviction) Edit
After the Veto Meeting comes to a close, tension fills the air as it is clear that a line will be drawn in the sand at the next eviction. Sam takes his nomination very personally, heading straight to the Winter Room with Felicity and Emma. Meanwhile, the Pent-House goes upstairs to discuss the plan for eviction. Sophie reiterates that Sam needs to be evicted this week and she and Joshua inform the others that Kevin is already on board, meaning as long as Jonathon sticks with them too, they would have the votes. However, Vicky reveals in the Diary Room that she is honestly sick of being told what to do by the Pent-House and is looking to try to send Kris home this week. In the Winter Room, the Young Guns discuss who they have on board to send Kris home, with Emma reassuring her alliance that she has Cochran, Robyn and Vicky all on board and is sure that she would be able to get Kevin too. Sam tells the group that he isn't even worried about the eviction as he is 100% confident he is staying.
The next day, Kaitlyn and Joshua talk to Jonathon about sending Sam home this week, which Jonathon is delighted to hear. The three agree not to tell Robyn anything this week as they are all positive that she has flipped. In the Have-Not room, Sam rants to Felicity about how annoying Joshua has been lately, specifically when he blatantly lied to his face. A quick flashback to "2 hours before the Veto Meeting" occurs as we see Joshua reassure Sam he doesn't think he is going to be the replacement nominee when in reality, he knew he would be. Sam takes things a bit far, saying that he's "not surprised since Joshua spends all his time sucking up to the girls' vag***s, but it makes sense since he probably has one anyway." Joshua happens to enter just as Sam says this and is quick to call Sam out on his homophobic remark. Sam fights back, bringing up Joshua lying to him about nominations, but Joshua tells him that is no excuse to say the thing he just said. Sam yells at Joshua some more, telling him "not to get his p**sy in a knot," prompting Joshua to walk out while flipping Sam off.
As word gets around about Sam's comments, Kevin in particular is infuriated and sympathises with Joshua. Kevin tells Joshua that people like Sam don't deserve to be here and pledges to vote him out. Meanwhile, Emma, Vicky and Robyn talk briefly about Sam, agreeing that his behavior has been disgusting. However, they all agree that they need him as a number for now. Robyn says that they are going to need Kevin's vote and tells the other girls she'll talk to him about voting Kris out. In the Storage Room, Robyn and Kevin talk about who they plan on voting to evict at the upcoming eviction but have conflicting opinions. Kevin insists that the young people need to be split up, while Robyn says that Sophie and Kris' side of the house is way too tight to be split up while the younger side of the house has cracks in it. With neither wanting to budge, Robyn tries to compromise by saying that if Kevin votes her way this week, she'll do whatever he wants next week. Kevin is left conflicted on what to do.
At the live eviction, Sam tells everybody that he has had a great time but wants to stay longer to take out the controlling machine that Sophie and Joshua have become. Kris says that he is a loyal person and if he stays in the house, he'll be open to work with whoever votes to keep him. After all the votes are tallied, Kris is ultimately evicted by a 5-3 vote, surprisingly the Pent-House greatly. The Head of Household competition begins but is not completed until the next episode.
Votes for Kris: Cochran, Felicity, Kevin, Robyn & Vicky
Votes for Sam: Jonathon, Joshua & Kaitlyn
Week 4 Edit
Episode 11 (HOH/Nominations) Edit
The episode kicks off with the HOH competition, which happens to be an endurance competition. In this competition, Houseguests have to hang onto an over-sized version of Pablo the rubber duck using two handles. They are allowed to stand on a narrow perch attached to the bottom of Pablo, but nothing else. The two Houseguests that last the longest will become the two new co-Heads of Household. At the start of the competition, everybody seems to be going strong until about five minutes in when the over-sized duck begins to spin. Robyn falls off, blaming it on her motion sickness. At the twenty minute mark, "pool water" begins pouring down making things much more difficult. Cochran, Felicity and Jonathon all fall off, leaving it down to five. The water starts pouring harder and Pablo begins spinning faster, causing both Joshua and Vicky to lose their grips, falling off. With only Kaitlyn, Kevin and Sam remaining, Kevin is lucky to be adjacent to Kaitlyn and leans over to her, whispering "you are good, I'll work with you guys if you give this to me." Kaitlyn refuses the offer to begin with but Kevin tells her he can't hold on much longer and that one of her allies will go home if it's her and Sam as HOHs. Felicity notices this exchange, finding it quite suspicious. After another five minutes, Kaitlyn ultimately steps down, crowning Kevin and Sam the two new co-Heads of Household. The two are once again asked to pick two Have-Nots each. Sam picks Sophie and Joshua for his third time, while Kevin chooses Kaitlyn and Jonathon.
Back inside, the Young Guns, Cochran and Vicky all celebrate their win in the Storage Room, with Sam waving his key around like a maniac. Felicity briefly interrupts their celebration by telling everybody about the exchange between Kevin and Kaitlyn, saying it look like they were making a deal. Sam brushes it off, saying that even if he doesn't nominate Kaitlyn, there are plenty of other fish to fry. The five form a new alliance under the name "The Deadly Assassins". Meanwhile, in the Autumn Room, the remnants of the Pent-House/Oddball Central alliance are all disappointed by the outcome, knowing two of them are likely going up. Joshua says it's pretty obvious that Sam is going to nominate him so he's going to have to win Veto.
The next morning, Kevin and Kaitlyn talk alone in upstairs about the deal that was made during the competition. Kevin states that he knows he and Robyn are on the outs of the younger people's alliance and wants to make a move this week. Kaitlyn asks if they would even have the numbers to pull something off, to which Kevin replies by saying Robyn promised last week that if he evicted Kris, she'd go along with whatever he wanted for this week. He then goes on to say that the only reason he chose her and Jonathon for Have-Nots is so that Sam doesn't get suspicious. The two hug it out, leaving Kaitlyn with very exciting news to tell her alliance. Down in the Have-Not Room where her alliance members are all hanging out, Kaitlyn walks in with a smile on her face. She informs them that Kevin just promised that he's going to keep the four of them safe, much to everybody's delight.
Later that day in the HOH room, Sam and Kevin talk with Felicity, Emma and Vicky about nominations. Sam says that he wants either Sophie or Joshua out this week for personal reasons. Emma justifies it by saying they both seem to be the ringleaders of that alliance and are happy to go along with it. Sam states he plans on nominating Joshua so that he can give him the speech of a lifetime, leaving Kevin with Sophie. After they disperse, Kevin catches up with Robyn to talk about their plan for the week. Kevin says he's nominating one of the young people and Robyn has to go along with it. Robyn again tries reminding Kevin that there are way more cracks with the younger people but Kevin doesn't want to hear it, saying that Robyn made him a promise and she has to stick with it.
At the Nomination Ceremony, Sam is first to turn his key, showing Joshua's face on the memory wall. Sam tells Joshua that next time he goes around calling people homophobes, he shouldn't be saying it to the "greatest comp beast in the house." After flexing his muscles, Sam steps back and Joshua rolls his eyes. Kevin is next to turn his key, showing Emma's face on the wall, shocking half the house, especially Sam. Kevin states that he's done playing the nice guy and now's the time to start making moves. With that, the Nomination Ceremony ends.
Episode 12 (POV) Edit
After Kevin's shocking nomination, the Deadly Assassins are left completely flawed and take a while to allow what just happened to sink in. Kevin makes his way back up to the HOH room immediately, while the Deadly Assassins and Robyn meet in the Spring Room. Sam quickly begins the discussion by calling Kevin a variety of names, labeling him as f***ing stupid and an idiot. Felicity questions why he would even do that when the six of them have the numbers to vote Joshua out anyway, which everybody seems to agree with. Robyn stays very quiet during this discussion, revealing in the Diary Room that she is not happy with Kevin's decision as it puts her in a position where she has to piss somebody off. Meanwhile, Sophie, Joshua, Kaitlyn and Jonathon celebrate together in the Have-Not Room, elated by how the Nomination Ceremony shook out. Jonathon reminds them not to get cocky as nothing is set in stone.
The following morning, Emma goes to speak with Kevin up in the HOH room in regards to her nomination. Kevin lies by saying that the reason he put Emma on the block is so that the other side of the house can't save themselves with the Vetos. He explains that had Kaitlyn and Jonathon been picked and won the Vetos, they would have pulled Sophie and Joshua down, forcing them to nominate two of their own. Still unsure, Emma asks why Kevin kept this a secret. Kevin reveals that he didn't want the other side catching wind of the plan, which also explains his nomination speech. Later in the day, Emma meets up with Sam and Felicity in the HOH room and discuss her most recent conversation with Kevin. Emma tells the others that she doesn't buy Kevin's story and that they need to be wary. Following this, it is time to pick players for the POV competition. Sam pulls out a name first and chooses Emma. With a grin on her face, Emma picks Felicity, causing Joshua to roll his eyes. Kevin draws Cochran's name, making the Veto players Sam, Kevin, Joshua, Emma, Cochran and Felicity.
For the Veto competition, players will be divided into six individual lanes where they have to run back and forth between four levers, pulling each one as they pass. Each time a player has pulled all four of their levers, a bar of chocolate is produced from the chamber on the wall behind them. After five bars come out of the chamber, a gate will open, giving the players thirty seconds to run through and stack their bars of chocolate on top of two angled pillars. The first Houseguest to stack fifty bars of chocolate will win the Power of Veto. Joshua and Sam get off to quick starts, both being very fast a pulling the levers, while Felicity and Emma seem to have good strategies going for stacking their bars. Sam's speed and tactic of shoving all of the bars between the pillars so that none of them fall proves to be sufficient, earning him one of the Vetos. It is a close battle between Felicity and Joshua for the final one, but Felicity is able to pull ahead at the last minute, winning her the second Veto.
Back inside, Joshua is devastated that he wasn't able to pull out the win, knowing that he was so close. He reveals to his alliance members that they're going to have to rely on Kevin and Robyn to survive. In the meantime, the Young Guns all celebrate in the HOH room, knowing that no matter what, the three of them will be safe. Cochran and Vicky later enter and they all speculate what will have at the Veto Meeting. Felicity states that she'll use the Veto to save Emma in hopes of convincing Kevin to get Sophie out while they have the chance. Downstairs in the Storage Room, Kevin talks with Kaitlyn and Joshua stating that he isn't sure who he's going to nominate between Cochran and Vicky if Emma is taken off the block. Robyn soon enters and joins the discussion. The four agree that Vicky is the bigger competition threat and Kevin plans on nominating her. The next morning, the Deadly Assassins meet up with Kevin to discuss who the replacement nominee is going to be. All five assassins push hard that Sophie must go up, which Kevin agrees to although he is truly still set on trying to break up the "young people" alliance.
Just before the Veto Meeting, Robyn tries to convince Kevin one final time to just stick with their alliance for now and worry about turning on them later. Kevin states that there may not be another opportunity for this and need to strike now. At the Veto Meeting, Felicity decides to use her Veto to save Emma from eviction, while Sam does not use his. As the replacement nominee, Kevin sticks to his guns by choosing Vicky, once again causing shocked faces to appear from the Deadly Assassins. With that, the episode comes to an end.
Episode 13 Part 1 (Eviction) Edit
Immediately after the Veto Meeting, Sam calls Kevin out for his "stupid-ass move" and pledges that he will regret betraying them. Kevin explains that it's a game but Emma backs Sam up by telling Kevin that nobody is going to be able to trust him ever again, which Kevin shakes off, seemingly not caring what others think of him. Riled up, Sam begins to call Kevin a f***ing moron among other things as Kevin ignores him and makes his way upstairs. Later in the Summer Room, the Deadly Assassins plus Robyn discuss what Kevin just did, with Sam continuing to hit home just how dumb his move was as he feels they have the numbers to save Vicky anyway. Felicity asks Robyn if she had any inkling that Kevin would do this, to which she responds to with a lie, saying she had no idea. Meanwhile, Joshua celebrates with his allies that Kevin stuck to his word and they talk about the votes. Jonathon reminds everybody that they need Robyn's vote more than ever and offers to talk to her about making this move.
The next morning, Kevin meets with Sophie and Kaitlyn up in the HOH room. Kevin asks whether everybody is still on board to send Vicky home, which the girls confirm, stating they just need to make sure Robyn is on their side. Kevin warns them that he's been getting some weird vibes from Robyn lately. Kaitlyn reveals that she feels the same way but Jonathon said he would go talk to her so she feels more comfortable. In the backyard, Jonathon and Robyn meet on the hammock to discuss this week's eviction. Jonathon makes it clear that his side of the house doesn't just want to use Robyn as a vote and will truly welcome her back into the fold. Robyn asks how they could trust her after she betrayed them, with Jonathon telling her if she votes with them for the upcoming eviction, he'll know they can trust her. He even offers to reform the Oddball Central, which Robyn seems eager to do but still has some reservations.
Julie Chen then appears on the screen once more and talks to the viewers about the Triplet Twist, reinforming everyone that if the triplets are able to survive this eviction, one more of them will be allowed to enter the game. Following this, Julie announces that it is time to reveal to America which Houseguest has been switching in and out with their siblings this whole time. It is revealed that Felicity has been the secret triplet all along as she introduces us to her two other triplets, Mellany and Desitny. A montage of them switching for a total of twelve times plays, including some funny moments like when Mellany forgot Robyn's name in Week 1 and when Felicity appeared clueless when Emma was recounting a story she told her the previous night in Week 3. Julie then explains that after the eviction tonight, Mellany will enter the house but along with Felicity, will keep switching with Destiny for two more weeks. Julie reminds everybody that if neither Mellany nor Felicity is evicted within two weeks, Destiny will be allowed to enter the house as well.
Just before the Live Eviction, Kevin meets up with Robyn to finalise who Robyn is going to evict. Robyn says she still wants to vote Joshua out but Kevin brings up the fact that Robyn made him a promise and he expects her to stick with it. At the eviction, Vicky states that she was unfairly put on the block because Kevin is scared of anybody that has a brain of their own. Joshua says that if he stays in the house, he'll be going after the homophobe of the house so nobody else has to be concerned. In the end, Robyn stays true to her word with Kevin, blindsiding Vicky in a narrow 4-3 vote. Straight after the eviction, Julie appears on the screen and reveals that somebody has not been playing this game alone. Many people are left confused until Mellany walks out of the Diary Room, shocking all of the Houseguests, having no idea that Felicity had been hiding such a big secret.
Votes for Vicky: Jonathon, Kaitlyn, Robyn & Sophie
Votes for Joshua: Cochran, Emma & Felicity
Week 5 Edit
Episode 13 Part 2 (HOH) Edit
With both a shocking vote and a shocking entry, the stakes are high for the HOH competition. In this competition, two players will be randomly chosen to square off where they will be played a jingle relating to one of the competitions they played during the season (either HOH, Have/Have-Not or POV). The person who buzzes in first with the correct answer will then have the right to choose the next two Houseguests to face off. The final two Houseguests remaining will be new co-HOHs. Cochran and Kaitlyn are the first two to face off. Kaitlyn gets it correct and chooses Mellany and Felicity to square off. Mellany gets it correct and chooses Joshua and Sophie to face off. Sophie buzzes in first but gets it wrong, winning Joshua then round. He chooses Mellany and Emma to face off next. Emma gets it correct, eliminating Mellany. She then chooses Joshua and Kaitlyn to compete. Kaitlyn wins and chooses Emma and Robyn to go up against each other. Robyn gets it correct, crowning her one of the two co-HOHs. Kaitlyn and Jonathon are the only two remaining and therefore go head to head, with Kaitlyn coming out on top, taking the second position of co-HOH. With that, the episode ends.
Episode 14 (Nominations) Edit
With Robyn and Kaitlyn in power, the Deadly Assassins know straight away that they are in trouble. The five of them all come to the conclusion that Robyn flipped to the other side of the house. Mellany states that her and Felicity are going to be big targets now that they're both in the house. The alliance all talk about how it makes things better to have an extra member thanks to Mellany. Secretly, in the Diary Room, Mellany discusses how she doesn't really get along with the people in her alliance and has been dying to try to make some deals with the other side. Meanwhile, Robyn, Kevin, Kaitlyn, Joshua, Jonathon and Sophie all celebrate in the Storage Room that they were able to pull off two wins. The six discuss the "twins" being in the house together with Kevin emphasising that they would never turn on each other. Joshua rebuts, arguing that Sam is the bigger challenge threat, and that is who they should be targeting. Robyn says they have a while to think about it and don't need to reach a decision just yet. The alliance decides to call themselves the "Power Tower".
That evening, the Deadly Assassins are sitting in the living room as Robyn suddenly walks by. Still mad about Vicky's blindside, Sam casually asks Robyn who she voted for during the eviction. Robyn attempts to deflect the question but Sam presses on, wanting an answer. Robyn eventually admits that she was the one to vote Vicky out but states that it was only because of a promise she made to Kevin. Unbeknownst to her, Kevin is sitting on the sky deck above, raising an eyebrow as he hears this. Sam calls Robyn out as a coward and a liar and insists that she will regret her decision. Early next morning, Kevin talks with the Power Tower alliance without Robyn. He informs them about what he overheard last night and worries that Robyn may not be as loyal to their alliance as she is letting on. Jonathon tells him not to worry about it but Kevin still remains anxious.
Later that day, Mellany talks to Felicity alone about needing to throw their allies under the bus in order to keep themselves safe. Felicity is concerned that it will make them look untrustworthy but Mellany states that they don't have any other choice. The sisters make their way up to the HOH room to speak with Robyn and Kaitlyn. Kaitlyn asks them where their heads are at, to which Felicity quickly responds by saying they know that two people from their side of the house are going up. Mellany pleads that even though she and Felicity are related, they really don't pose much competition in challenges compared to some of the other people in their alliance. After they leave, Robyn feels that they made some good points while Kaitlyn doesn't like how easily the two turned on their alliance, which proves that they are only looking out for themselves.
Soon enough it is time for the next Have/Have-Not competition. The nine eligible Houseguests are split up into three teams of three; Cochran, Emma and Sophie, Felicity, Sam and Kevin, as well as Mellany, Joshua and Jonathon. Due to their poor communication, Felicity, Sam and Kevin end up as the Have-Nots for the week. Back inside, Kevin talks to Robyn, telling her that he overheard what she was saying to the other side of the house the previous night. Unsure what he is referring to, Robyn furrows her eyebrows. Kevin tells Robyn to stop playing dumb and own up to what she did. Robyn still acts confused, prompting Kevin to walk off, shaking his head. In the HOH room, Robyn confides in Kaitlyn, telling her about her recent conversation with Kevin. Kaitlyn informs her that Kevin was concerned that she tried to push the blame onto him, which Robyn denies was ever her intention. Moving onto the subject of nominations, Kaitlyn still feels as though the twins need to be split up, Robyn says she really wants to get Sam out this week, feeling he is the bigger threat.
At the Nomination Ceremony, Robyn turns the key first, revealing Mellany's face on the wall. Robyn tells her that last week she took a stance and that Mellany having a twin is really concerning. Kaitlyn then turns her key, showing that she has nominated Felicity alongside her sister. She states that nothing is thicker than blood and she doesn't want to have a Liz and Julia 2.0. With that, the episode concludes.
Episode 15 (POV) Edit
After the Nomination Ceremony has come to a close, Felicity and Mellany are visibly quite upset that the two have been put on the block side by side. The two isolate themselves for a while and begin to cry knowing that the chances are one of them is going to leave and Destiny won't be able to enter. Mellany tries to motivate them both by saying that there are still two Vetos up for grabs and it's not over yet. Meanwhile, Cochran, Emma and Sam are all secretly quite relieved that the two sisters have been put up next to each other since it leaves the target off of them. Sam suggests sacrificing one of the twins if they have to, which the other two agree to. Emma secretly reveals in the Diary Room that she feels she is in the middle between the twins and Sam and Cochran, and is unsure which side she wants to go with .
Up in the HOH room, the Power Tower discuss their true target for the week, knowing they have a lot of options. Both Kaitlyn and Kevin insist that either Felicity or Mellany need to go home, while Robyn in particular strongly advocates for backdooring a bigger competition threat like Sam. Kevin sees Robyn's desire to save the twins as even more evidence that she isn't fully committed to the alliance. Later in the day, Destiny and Felicity make a switch, with Destiny now acting as Felicity. Mellany talks to Robyn about where things went wrong. Robyn explains that she has a lot of pressure on her to put one of the two of them up and states that a backdoor isn't out of the realm of possibilities. Mellany admits to Robyn that she really feels a lot closer to her than her so called alliance and was only ever a part of it because of Felicity. Robyn thanks Mellany for saying that and promises that she will look out for her if she does the same in return. The next morning, it is time to pick players for the Veto competition. Robyn is first and draws Sam's name to compete. Kaitlyn picks Sophie, making the Veto players Robyn, Kaitlyn, Destiny ("Felicity"), Mellany, Sam and Sophie.
Right before the Veto competition begins, Kevin talks to the Power Tower without Robyn, insisting that if one of them wins Veto, they cannot take Mellany off of the block because he is certain that Robyn is going to backdoor one of them. The rest of the alliance seems to disagree, feeling Kevin is being overly paranoid but Kevin says that Robyn has been acting way too suspicious for his liking. For the Veto Competition, each player will have a locked, thin box that contains their name inside it. One at a time, each competitor will hide their box somewhere in the house for the other players to find. Then, one at a time, each player will have two minutes to search the house for the other players' boxes and bring them back. After four boxes have been found, the two Houseguests whose boxes are left unfound will win the two Powers of Veto. Once everybody has hidden their box, the game begins. Sophie finds the first box hidden between the couch cushions, Sam finds the second in one of the mattresses, Mellany finds the third at the back of the fridge, while Kaitlyn finds the fourth one behind one of the paintings in the Summer Room. With four boxes found, the competition ends. Sophie found Destiny ("Felicity")'s box, Sam found Kaitlyn's, Mellany found Robyn's, while Kaitlyn found Sophie's, granting Mellany and Sam the two Vetos.
With the competition over, Kevin immediately worries as it's apparent Robyn will have to name a replacement nominee. The Power Tower meet together and assume that Mellany is going to use the Veto on herself and since Sam is safe, they are going to need to nominate either Emma or Cochran. With Sam now off limits, Robyn is finally convinced that Felicityshould be the one to go, which she agrees to, although states that she wants Sam gone soon. After Robyn leaves, Kevin begins shaking his head, voicing that he feels Robyn is definitely up to something. The remainder of his alliance all feel that Kevin is beginning to lose his mind and want to try to convince Robyn to help settle his paranoia. Kaitlyn talks to Robyn alone, informing her of Kevin still having a lack of trust in her. Robyn says she thought that had blown over by now and is shocked that Kevin hasn't even talked to her about it. Kaitlyn suggests having a conversation with him after the Veto Meeting so that Robyn can provide proof that she is indeed loyal to their alliance.
The next morning before the Veto Meeting, Mellany and Destiny check in with Robyn once more to see where her head is at. Robyn explains that Kevin hasn't been putting the greatest amount of trust in her as she thought, feeling slightly hurt by him. Destiny ("Felicity") suggests that this is a sign that Robyn should join back with their side of the house and backdoor Kevin, stating that they would have the numbers. Robyn is left conflicted. At the Veto Meeting, Sam does not use his Power of Veto, while Mellany uses hers to remove herself from the block. In her place, Robyn chooses to nominate Cochran, leaving the Deadly Assassins quite disappointed.
Episode 16 (Eviction) Edit
The episode begins right where it left off after the POV ceremony, where Destiny ("Felicity") and Cochran were the two left on the block. Having been nominated for the first time, Cochran revealed in the Diary Room that even though he's been laying low for the past few weeks, he is going to turn it into hi-gear now that he's on the block. Meanwhile, the two sisters meet up in the bathroom, where they break down into tears. Emma and Sam come in to console them, but are pushed away, with Mellany saying they "want some alone time". Destiny ("Felicity") eventually regains her composure and reiterates that it's not over yet and that there are enough cracks in the house to turn things around. In the Autumn Room, Emma and Sam meet up with Cochran, explaining that Destiny ("Felicity") is really upset that she's still on the block. Cochran asks if they're still onboard to send Felicity home, which they agree to.
In the meantime, Robyn pulls Kevin up into the HOH room to discuss the things she's been hearing about him. She explains that others are saying that Kevin still doesn't trust her and wants to know why. Kevin finally tells her that ever since he overheard her telling Sam that the only reason she voted for Vicky was because Kevin told her to, he has assumed that she is still trying to work with the other side of the house. Robyn's mouth drops, stating that that is the most ridiculous thing she has ever heard. She begins going on about how she cannot believe that four weeks of building trust was ruined because of one absent-minded comment. Kevin responds by saying she could have owned up to it, which Robyn rebuts by saying it was so minuscule that she didn't even remember saying it herself. Later in the day, Robyn recounts the conversation to the four other members of the Power Tower, explaining she's had enough of Kevin's random craziness. Joshua says that Kevin is just overthinking things too much and will get over it eventually, but Robyn disagrees, getting the feeling he's going to come after her now. Kaitlyn reminds everybody that they need to stick together for the time being or else the other side will be more likely to take back the power.
The next morning, Mellany and Felcity switch places in the house. Felicity is very upset to hear they are still on the block. Following this, Cochran is seen talking to Kevin in hopes of garnering his vote to stay in the house. Cochran says that he sees the two of them as the ones on the bottom of each side of the house and could make a strong duo if they stuck together. Kevin assures Cochran he (Kevin) isn't on the bottom of his side of the house but agrees that working with one another would be a great idea. At that moment, Destiny (now posing as Mellany) walks in the room, saying she was just looking for her jumper. As they see her walk in, the two men end their conversation and leave, causing Destiny to grow suspicious.
After a time-skip, Destiny ("Mellany") and Robyn meet in the Winter Room to discuss the upcoming eviction. Robyn outright says she would love for Felicity to stay in the house but feels they wouldn't have the votes. Knowing that her life is on the line, Destiny informs Robyn about the conversation she saw between Kevin and Cochran, emphasising that as soon as she walked into the room, the conversation ended. This gets Robyn extremely nervous, fearing Kevin was throwing her under the bus. The night before the eviction, Robyn gathers Sophie, Kaitlyn, Jonathon and Joshua together to finalise the vote. Robyn brings up that Destiny ("Mellany") told her she saw Kevin and Cochran having a private conversation. She expresses she's concerned Kevin will use Cochran to come after them and suggests sending Cochran home over Felicity. While Joshua and Joshua are receptive to the idea, Kaitlyn reminds the group that Cochran is on the bottom of the other side, whereas Felicity has a twin.
Just before the Live Eviction (once both Destiny and Mellany have swapped places again), Julie informs the Houseguests that tonight's evictee will become the first member of the jury. Both Cochran and Felicity give pleasant speeches, thanking everyone for the time they've shared. In the end, all but Mellany end up sending their votes Felicity's way, eliminating her in a 6-1 vote. After she has left the house, Julie informs the remaining Houseguests that Felicity and Mellany weren't twins, but were in fact triplets. As confusion ripples through the Houseguests, Destiny exits the Diary Room, shocking everyone. Julie then tells the Houseguests that if Felicity and Mellany had survived two weeks together, Destiny would have been allowed to enter the house. However, since Felicity was just evicted, Destiny will also have to leave the house. Once Destiny says her goodbyes to the Houseguests, she too leaves the house, joining her sister as one of the first two jury members. Despite thinking the surprises were over for the night, Julie appears one last time to give the Houseguests some important news. She tells them that the "Double Trouble" twist is no more and that from now on, there will only be one HOH and one POV winner. With that, the episode ends.
Votes for Felicity: Emma, Jonathon, Joshua, Kevin, Sam, Sophie
Votes for Cochran: Mellany
Week 6 Edit
Episode 17 (HOH/Nominations) Edit
After some shocking announcements from Julie, the house is left in complete disarray, nobody having expected for there to be triplets in the house. Mellany explains that it was so difficult to have to act as other people but says she's glad she can focus on her own game now. Before the Houseguests can discuss what happened any further, they are summoned to the backyard for the HOH competition. For their seventh Head of Household competition, the Houseguests will face off in a bracket tournament, where they will face off in one-on-one matches. In each match, the competitors will have to use a slingshot to fire a ball at their opponent's targets. The first person to hit all three targets will advance to the next round. The last Houseguest standing will become the new HOH. In the first set of rounds, Sam is able to beat Cochran, Emma is able to beat Joshua, Kevin is able to beat Mellany, and Jonathon is able to take down Sophie. In the next set of match-ups, Emma narrowly pulls out the win against Sam, while Kevin beats Jonathon in another close game. For the Grand Final between Emma and Kevin, it comes down to the final target, which Kevin is able to hit first, crowning him HOH for the second time this season.
With Kevin in power, Robyn becomes exceedingly nervous about what he's going to do, knowing they are not on good terms. Robyn speaks to Kaitlyn and Joshua about their thoughts on Kevin as HOH. Joshua admits he's nervous since Kevin has been acting quite irrational lately and is by far the most unpredictable player in the game. Kaitlyn agrees but states that Kevin would have to an "A-Grade Moron" to flip back to the other side of the house. Jonathon soon enters the room, causing Joshua to mention that finally Oddball Central has reunited. The four solidify their pact, pledging to go to the Final Four together. Kevin and Sophie soon walk in and begin to celebrate their victory with the rest of the alliance. Kevin says he really wants Sam out this week, much to Joshua's delight. Kaitlyn throws out the idea of backdooring Sam since it's likely he would win veto. Kevin agrees but says they can sort out the specifics later.
Meanwhile, the Deadly Assassins meet up in the Summer Room, all very disappointed with the outcome of the competition. Wanting to lift spirits, Emma says that Kevin was probably their best bet to win HOH from the other side since it's clear there's tension between him and the rest of his group. Sam backs up Emma's claim, explaining their best bet is try to convince him that his alliance is going to want to take him out next week. After Cochran leaves the room, Mellany questions why Emma and Sam chose to save Cochran over Felicity. The two blondes argue they were just going with what the house wanted, insisting it would have made no difference either way. Mellany states in the Diary Room that she finds it fishy that Sam and Emma are suddenly hanging out with Cochran so much despite her and Felicity being a part of the alliance first.
The following morning, it is announced that the four people who were knocked out in the first round of the HOH competition will be the Have-nots for the week. Kevin is tasked with choosing one of the four Houseguests to save, and he chooses Joshua since he's been on slop the most, leaving Cochran, Mellany and Sophie as the Have-nots. After the Have-Not reveal, the Deadly Assassins pull Kevin aside to talk about the upcoming nominations. The four of them urge Kevin to take a stand with his nominations since he is on the bottom with the Power Tower. Kevin denies this, insisting they don't know what they're talking about, but Sam continues to stress that his side thinks he's sketchy after all the drama between him and Robyn and that his alliance will 100% target him next week. Once Cochran, Sam and Emma leave, Mellany remains behind, asking Kevin if he was really buying that spiel. Kevin admits he doesn't buy it at all, prompting Mellany to explain that she honestly never really connected with her alliance and only stayed with them because of her sisters. She goes on to say that she would love nothing more than to be able to form a working relationship with Kevin's side of the house. Although Kevin agrees to the offer, he reveals in the Diary Room that he doesn't trust a word coming out of Mellany's mouth.
Up in the HOH room, Kevin gathers the Power Tower to finalise nominations. Kevin brings up his the conversation he had with Mellany, adding that he thinks Mellany's just trying to save herself. Robyn disagrees saying Mellany never really seemed to fit in with her alliance, which everyone else supports. Sophie says that even if Mellany isn't being genuine, it would be safer just to nominate Cochran and Emma regardless. Kevin agrees to it, although still feels they shouldn't be trusting Mellany so easily. At the Nomination Ceremony, Kevin turns his first key, revealing he has nominated Emma. He then turns his second key, showing Mellany's face, much to her, and the rest of his alliance's, shock. Kevin says that if you're willing to stab your closest allies in the back just to appease to the HOH, there is no way in hell he is ever going to trust you. With that, the ceremony comes to a close.
Episode 18 (POV) Edit
Following the Nomination Ceremony, Mellany is still absolutely flawed at the speech she just received, stating in the Diary Room that Kevin seemed like he was happy to have her on his side but guesses he's just as stupid as everyone else says he is. The other members of the Power Tower are also quite shocked, having agreed upon Cochran going up rather than Mellany. Upstairs, Robyn and Joshua speak to Kevin about why he changed his mind on nominations. Kevin explains that he simply doesn't respect what Mellany did by throwing her allies under the bus. Joshua asks why he didn't just tell them that he had changed his mind, which he responds by saying that he tried to but everyone was so hell-bent on trusting Mellany that he knew they would shoot it down anyway. Meanwhile in the Have-Not Room, Emma, Sam and Cochran all discuss Kevin's nomination speech. Emma expresses that she most certainly did not stab anyone in the back, so they come to the conclusion he was referring to Mellany. Cochran figures she sold them out right after they gave their pitch to Kevin to turn on his alliance. The three agree she is not to be trusted anymore.
Later in the day, Mellany goes upstairs to speak with Kevin about her nomination. She expresses she was extremely confused where things went wrong between them, with Kevin stating he just didn't trust her. He goes on to say that if she was able to turn on her allies so easily, what would stop her from doing the same to him. Frustrated with the response, Mellany reminds Kevin that everybody else in her alliance will still be coming after him anyway and calls him flat out stupid for targeting her over one of them. Before leaving she simply says that he already had enough enemies in this game and now he's got himself another. The next morning, Kevin announces it's time to pick players for the Veto competition. Kevin is the first to draw a name and pulls out Sam, much to his disappointment. Emma is next and pulls Jonathon's name, followed by Mellany picking Joshua, making the Veto players Kevin, Emma, Mellany, Sam, Jonathon and Joshua.
Following the player picking, the Power Tower meet up once more to discuss Kevin's sudden switch up as a group. Kevin tells everyone that he understands the others may not agree with it, but he had to do what's best for him. Sophie criticises Kevin for his move, saying that they just lost a potential number for their side in Mellany. Kevin says they will have the numbers regardless and reiterates his target is still Sam so long as Veto goes as planned. Soon afterward, Big Brother announces it is time for the POV competition. For this competition, Houseguests will one at a time be called to the backyard where they will find a huge bee hive vertical maze. Inside the maze are several honeycomb tiles that each have a sentence on them that may or may not refer to an evicted Houseguest. The fastest person to collect the seven correct tiles (one for each evictee) will win the Power of Veto. Jonathon and Joshua both struggle with the maze as they get lost quite easily. Joshua blames it on his mom, who supposedly passed on her bad sense of direction. Kevin and Mellany are able to blitz through the riddles but are a lot slower than the other competitors like Sam and Emma, who are very fast but make some mistakes with the riddles, forcing them to go back. In the end, Sam's speed is enough to win him the Power of Veto for the third week in a row.
Right after the competition, Sam and Emma celebrate in the Storage Room, with Sam pledging to take her off the block. He then says that the two of them need to get inside Kevin's head to keep him from putting Cochran up in her place. In the meantime, the Power Tower are all visibly annoyed, particularly Joshua who says that there is not a f***ing competition that Sam cannot win. Sam happens to overhear this statement and commends Joshua on finally saying something that makes sense. Joshua tells Sam to go make out with his necklace since it's the closest thing to a showmance he's got left in this house. Sam tells Joshua that he's just jealous before walking away. Later in the day, the Power Tower meets up once again to talk about a new target since Sam is now safe. They all agree that their only option is to backdoor Cochran, which Kevin seems hesitant about, having just made a deal with him last week. Sophie reminds him that his only other option is nominating one of them so he really doesn't have any choice.
Just before the Veto Meeting, Cochran approaches Kevin once more to see where his head's at. Kevin tells him he really doesn't have much of a choice but to nominate him. Cochran tells him that if he is put on the block, he will go home, which Kevin assures him he won't let happen. Cochran says that even if Kevin just nominated one of his own as a pawn, it would ensure Mellany would go home. This piques Kevin's interest, but worries he will receive backlash. At the Veto Meeting, Sam follows through and uses his Veto on Emma. In her place, Kevin decides to play it safe and nominates Cochran, much to his disappointment.
Episode 19 Part 1 (Eviction) Edit
With Cochran and Mellany as the two final nominees, it becomes official that the Deadly Assassins will lose another member for the third week in a row. In the Diary Room, Mellany reveals that while it may seem like she's down and out, she's got a whole lot of tricks up her sleeve. After the ceremony concludes, Cochran, Emma and Sam gather in the Storage Room to discuss the vote for the week. Before he can even ask, Emma and Sam reassure Cochran that he has their votes to stay considering Mellany supposedly threw them under the bus. Cochran informs his allies that Kevin told him that he would ensure his side of the house would vote to keep him as well, meaning that if everything goes to plan, Mellany should be sent home unanimously.
The following morning, Kevin calls a meeting up in the HOH room with the Power Tower. Once all six of them have settled in, Kevin makes it known that he wants Mellany gone this week, no questions asked. He reminds everybody that despite all the s**t that went down last week, he stuck by his alliance and he expects the same in return from his allies. While everyone else agrees to respect his wishes, Robyn once again voices that Mellany has already burned her bridges with the other side of the house and doesn't see the reasoning for voting her out. Kevin retaliates, saying Cochran hasn't won a single challenge all game and is essentially the Victoria of the season. Robyn tries to speak up once more but is cut off by Kevin who makes it clear his decision is final before going downstairs. Once he leaves, Kaitlyn immediately says she thinks there's something more to Kevin and Cochran's relationship than meets the eye. Robyn agrees wholeheartedly, believing Kevin is keeping Cochran close to manipulate him into targeting whichever one of them he chooses.
Downstairs in the Summer Room, Cochran pulls Kevin aside to confirm he has the votes to stay. Kevin tells him that he is 100% sure he will be staying, going on to say his alliance just agreed that Mellany is a bigger threat and needs to go. At that moment, Jonathon walks by the Summer Room and hears the two talking inside. Wanting information, Jonathon presses his ear against the door just in time to hear Kevin tell Cochran if he has his way, the two of them will make it all the way to the Final Two. As he hears this, Jonathon's mouth drops, realising that his alliance's suspicions were true.
That afternoon, Mellany speaks with Robyn, Joshua and Kaitlyn about the votes. Mellany pledges that her alliance has completely shunned her and really has no options but to align herself with them if she stays. Joshua tells her that the three of them want her to stay but Kevin is adamant that she needs to go. Right on time, Jonathon enters the room and is quick to inform everyone about the Final Two deal he just overheard between Kevin and Cochran. Robyn states that this is very last straw, saying that if they really do have a deal between them, she's voting Cochran out, regardless of what Kevin says. The rest of her alliance agrees, giving Mellany hope that she may be able to survive.
The day before the eviction, Oddball Central pull Sophie aside to discuss a potential shift in plans. The four notify her about what Jonathon overheard and agree that this is their chance to take Cochran out. A completely baffled Sophie reminds them that a move like this would completely isolate Kevin, which could come back to haunt them. Joshua says that Sophie makes a good point and maybe they should reconsider. When the Live Eviction rolls around, Cochran thanks everybody for making his dream come true, while Mellany gives a speech telling the whole house that if she is saved, she will be going after the most manipulative and deceitful person in the whole house, which is Kevin. After each person has cast their votes, the Power Tower flips on Kevin, blindsiding Cochran out of the game.
Votes for Cochran: Joshua, Jonathon, Kaitlyn, Robyn & Sophie
Votes for Mellany: Emma & Sam
Week 7 Edit
Episode 19 Part 2 (HOH) Edit
Immediately after the live eviction, Julie calls the Houseguests outside for the next Head of Household competition. In this HOH competition, Julie will ask the Houseguests questions on their time in the house, with the answer being either before or after. The last Houseguest standing will become the new Head of Household. The first question is "Did Sam win his second Veto before or after Mellany became a Houseguest?" The correct answer is after, meaning Jonathon is eliminated. The next question is "Did Felicity become a Have-not for the second time before or after the Veto was used for the sixth time?" The correct answer is after, eliminating Emma, Kaitlyn, Robyn and Sam. The next question is "Did Emma use the Veto on herself before or after Jonathon used the Veto on himself?" The correct answer is before, everyone got it right. The next question is "Did Vicky win her second competition (not including Have/Have-Not) before or after the Houseguests competed in their second Have/Have-Not competition?" The correct answer is before, eliminating Joshua. Julie announces that they are moving onto a tiebreaker. The final question is "In seconds, how long did the first HOH competition last?" Sophie writes 6500, while Mellany writes 4250. The correct answer is 6732, making Sophie the new Head of Household.
Episode 20 (Nominations) Edit
With another huge blindside in the house, Kevin, Emma and Sam are all left stunned that Cochran was voted out of the house, being sure they had the numbers. The episode begins right after Sophie wins her third HOH competition, stating in the Diary Room that having laid low for the past few weeks, it was crucial for her to come out and win this one. Right after the competition, Kevin is quick to pull the rest of the Power Tower aside for an explanation. Jonathon tells Kevin all about the conversation he overheard between him and Cochran, making it perfectly clear that Kevin was not loyal to them. Shocked, Kevin begins stuttering over his words before denying Jonathon's accusations. Robyn points out that it is blatantly obvious that Kevin has been caught in a lie and his game is being blown up. Kevin fires back, pointing out the obvious Final Two deal between Robyn and Mellany. This prompts Robyn to get quite heated, insisting Kevin is just making things up now. With the help of Joshua and Kaitlyn, the two calm down before heading their separate ways.
Meanwhile, Emma and Sam meet in the Have-Not room, clearly very upset. Emma states that the two of them are well and truly on the bottom of the house, saying that Mellany clearly has deals with the other side now. Emma begins getting emotional knowing that one of the two of them are basically guaranteed to go home. Sam places his hands on her shoulders, looks her in the eyes, and tells her that the two of them can't go down without a fight. Up in the HOH room, Sophie, Joshua and Robyn meet to talk about the recent events. Both Robyn and Joshua confirm that they are officially done with Kevin and need to get him out. Sophie agrees that Kevin is not to be trusted anymore but says she'd rather go after one of the better challenge performers like Mellany or Sam. Robyn stresses that Mellany is 100% on their side and suggests nominating Emma and Sam so that they can't use the Veto on each other. After Robyn goes back downstairs, Sophie asks Joshua if he thinks Robyn really does have some kind of deal with Mellany. Joshua confesses that he has seen the two of them talking a lot, so it could definitely be a possibility. Sophie says she doesn't like the way Robyn is trying to control her, first with voting Cochran out and now with her nominations.
The next morning, Big Brother announces it is time for the Have/Have-Not competition. The eight eligible Houseguests are split into four teams of two, with the team of Emma and Jonathon coming in last, making them the two Have-Nots for the week. The two also get to select one other person to join them as Have-Nots, choosing Kevin since he's only been a Have-Not once before. Back inside, Mellany, Robyn and Jonathon are seen having a conversation in the Spring Room. Mellany asks if Sophie has mentioned her as a potential nominee. Robyn confirms that she did but says she was able to convince her to stick with Emma and Sam for the time being. Jonathon states that he would honestly rather see Kevin go home at this rate, which the other two agree with. Robyn says they could always backdoor him if the Veto is used.
With nominations looming, Emma and Sam go up to talk to Sophie in the HOH room. The two plainly state that the two of them really have nobody left in the house and it makes no sense for Sophie to go after them when it's apparent there are other connections far more dangerous. Sam even goes on to promise neither of them would put Sophie up until the Final Five if she spares them this week. Sophie admits that she agrees completely with what they are saying and would rather go after somebody like Mellany, Kevin or even Robyn, who she feels would come after her. The three shake hands, agreeing to stick together moving forward. Later on in the day, Sophie calls Joshua and Kaitlyn upstairs to talk about nominations. Sophie reveals she's conflicted about who to nominate, saying her mind is being torn in a million different directions. She then tells the two of them that she can tell Robyn is trying to get Mellany on her side so that she can use her to take out one of them. Wanting to look out for her fellow Oddball Central ally, Kaitlyn assures Sophie that Robyn will always be loyal to the five, but Sophie isn't so certain. Joshua suggests nominating Mellany and Emma for the time being and working things out from there. Sophie worries that if she goes along with that, Robyn could win Veto and save Mellany.
At the Nomination Ceremony, Sophie begins by saying that these nominations were far from easy and that it is strictly a game move, nothing personal. She then turns the first key, showing Mellany's face on the Memory Wall. Sophie then turns the second key, showing Robyn's face, much to her surprise. Sophie tells the two nominees that she perceives the two of them as a duo, emphasising that in this game, duos are scary. With that, the episode comes to an end.
Episode 21 (POV) Edit
Following Sophie's surprising nominations, many Houseguests, Robyn in particular are left shocked. Almost immediately, Robyn pulls Sophie aside, calmly asking her why she was put on the block. Sophie honestly tells her that she has been seeing her and Mellany spending a lot of time together and is worried that the two of them have an agreement. Robyn shakes her head, insisting that she never made any kind of deal with Mellany and can't believe Sophie is believing the lies Kevin has been spreading. Sophie snaps back, saying that Kevin did not influence her decision in any way and this was completely her own decision. Robyn asks who Sophie is targeting, prompting Sophie to inform her she is simply a pawn, wanting Mellany out this week. Out in the Storage Room, Emma and Sam are seen celebrating the fact that neither of them have been put on the block. After their celebration comes to a close, Sam says that while he's happy with either one leaving, he'd much rather see Robyn go. Emma agrees but reminds him that they shouldn't go out of their way to do it if they know they votes aren't there.
Early next morning, Oddball Central gathers in the Spring Room to discuss Sophie's "betrayal" as Robyn calls it. She expresses that she's less upset that she's on the block and madder that Sophie lied to their faces about who she was going to nominate. She goes on to say tell the others that Sophie informed her she's just a pawn to get Mellany out but senses something fishy is up. Kaitlyn points out that they already have three votes for her to stay and would only need one more to secure her safety. Mellany soon enters the room, ceasing all conversation instantly. She picks up on the lack of silence, stating in the Diary Room that she's beginning to feel like she has the plague because everyone is avoiding her. Mellany proceeds to say that she has nobody to work with in the house and needs to win this Veto more than ever. Before long, Sophie announces it's time to pick players for the POV competition. Sophie draws Houseguest's Choice, prompting her to choose Joshua who she feels is the only person she can trust. Mellany draws Kevin's name, while Robyn picks Kaitlyn, making the Veto players Sophie, Mellany, Robyn, Joshua, Kevin and Kaitlyn.
Just before the Veto competition, Mellany speaks with Kevin alone and voices that by the looks of things, the two of them are the two on the outs, which Kevin agrees with. Kevin follows this by saying that after Robyn screwed him over, he'd much rather have Mellany stay in the house and would consider using the Veto on her if he wins. It is then time for the competition to begin. For this competition, Houseguests will be asked to estimate the number of objects within a certain display each round. They can then choose to either stay or fold. Out of those that stay, the person who is closest to the correct answer will receive a point, while the person furthest away will be eliminated. The last one standing will win the Power of Veto. In the first round, Mellany is the only person who decides to stay, earning her an automatic point. Seeing how easy it was for her, the second round sees all but Kevin and Kaitlyn stay, eliminating Sophie but giving Joshua a point. In the third round, both Mellany and Robyn stay. Mellany is closer, granting her a second point while eliminating Robyn. In the fourth round, everybody stays, granting Kaitlyn a point but in turn eliminating Kevin. In the fifth round, Joshua is the only person to stay, giving him his second point. In the sixth round, all three Houseguests stay but it is Joshua who is the closest, winning him the Power of Veto.
With Joshua winning the POV, Kevin starts getting quite nervous, knowing there's a big possibility he could use it on Robyn, sending him out the back door. On the flipside, Robyn appears very excited, hopeful that Joshua would use the Veto to save her. Right after the competition, Robyn quickly pulls Joshua into the Summer Room and asks him what his plan is for the Veto. Joshua says he wants to POV to save her but is unsure since doesn't want to piss Sophie off. Robyn tells him that if he uses the Veto, Sophie will 100% nominate Kevin after everything he stirred up last week. The following morning, Sophie and Joshua meet upstairs to talk about the possibility of using the Veto. Sophie makes it clear that she does not want the Veto to be used. Joshua admits that he is considering it because a lot of people really want Kevin gone and doesn't understand why Sophie isn't taking the opportunity to get him out. Sophie reminds him that Kevin is much less likely to target them than Mellany is, saying she didn't come here to do Robyn's dirty work for her.
Conflicted on what to do, Joshua isolates himself in the bathroom to weigh his options. He says that on one hand if he uses the Veto, he would almost guarantee the Oddball Central's safety but in turn loses trust with Sophie, who he considers his closest ally. At the Veto Meeting, Joshua ultimately decides not to use the Power of Veto, stating he would like to respect Sophie's nominations. With that, the episode comes to close.
Episode 22 (Eviction) Edit
The episode begins right after the Veto Meeting, where Joshua chose not to exercise his Power of Veto. Joshua voices in the Diary Room that while he would love to ensure Robyn's safety, he is certain Sophie will stay true to her word and vote Mellany out if the vote is indeed tied. In the Summer Room, Jonathon, Joshua and Kaitlyn meet up to clarify their votes. All three agree that it would be stupid of them to vote out their own ally and plan to vote Mellany out. Robyn enters the room and is quick to ask Joshua why he didn't try to backdoor Kevin. Joshua states that he didn't want to piss Sophie off, which he feared we cause her to turn on the alliance. Robyn makes a comment saying it seems she already has turned on the Power Tower considering she nominated one of them as she points to herself. Joshua reassures her he is confident Sophie will not go back on their agreement after he just did her a favour by keeping the nominations the same.
The following morning, Mellany and Kevin are seen sitting in the hammock outside. Kevin reconfirms that he wants Robyn gone this week and need to come up with a way to get her the votes to stay. Mellany states that even if she gets Sam and Emma on her side, they will still need one more vote to keep her safe. Kevin tells her that she's got to work out who's on the bottom and convince them that they need to flip. Mellany mentions that she has noticed Joshua, Robyn, Jonathon and Kaitlyn talking together a lot without Sophie around. She brings up the fact that she once walked in on them talking and it fell to dead silence. Kevin tells her to use this information on Sophie while he'll speak with Emma and Sam. Following this conversation, Kevin approaches Sam and Emma in the Winter Room to discuss the vote. He tells them that if the three of them don't attempt to take a stand this week, they'll just be picked off one by one. The other two agree, saying that neither of them have any reason to keep Robyn in the house. Kevin informs them that Mellany is trying to convince Sophie to vote Robyn out, saying it's the only hope they've got.
Later that day, Mellany asks Sophie if she can speak privately with her up in the HOH room, which she agrees to. Once they've settled down, Mellany lays out her case, saying that while she knows the two of them have worked on opposite sides of the house in the past, she is more than willing to put that behind them and start forming a relationship now. Sophie asks why she should trust her after not speaking a word to one another since she entered the house. Mellany states that right now, whether she trusts her or not, they need each other in the house. Mellany goes on to inform Sophie of her suspicions that Kaitlyn, Jonathon, Robyn and Joshua have an alliance, recounting the time she walked in on them talking strategy without Sophie. Sensing she isn't convinced, Mellany tells Sophie that Robyn has been bad-mouthing her all week and has mentioned targeting Sophie if she wins HOH (a complete lie). This shocks Sophie quite a bit, beginning to genuinely consider if this would be a good move for her. Sophie says that in order to go through with this, she's going to need confirmation from everyone that they are on board as well.
The day prior to the eviction, Mellany gather Emma, Sam, Kevin and Sophie together in the Storage Room and propose a new alliance to take down the other four in the house. Sophie asks everyone if they're on board to vote Robyn out, which they all agree to do. Kevin states that as long as Sophie casts the tiebreaking vote in their favour, they could make it happen. Sam tells Sophie that she has two options; either be the puppet for the ones in power or take a stance and actually make a move. Sophie tells Sam that she is not a puppet and calling her names is not a good way to garner her vote. Just as Sam is about to throw something back, Emma gives him a stern look, shutting him up. Sophie is left conflicted, knowing it's going to come down to her vote at the eviction.
When the Live Eviction rolls around, Robyn gives a fairly mundane speech, going around thanking every single person except for Kevin for giving her such a pleasant stay in the house. Mellany tells everyone that last week when she said she wanted Kevin out, she was being mind-controlled. She says that Robyn had completely brain-washed her with lies and manipulation, but has now realised who is really the puppeteer in the house. She points to Sophie and tells her that she has the opportunity today to break out of the trance the majority alliance has placed over her and vote out the biggest manipulator in the house or she can lay back and let one of them win the game. As the votes roll in, it is revealed there is a tie, three votes to evict both Robyn and Mellany. Ultimately, Sophie says she has to make the smartest move for her and evicts Mellany from the house. After Mellany leaves the house, Julie appears on the screen, informing the Houseguests that one of the four jurors will be returning to the game. Soon, the doorbell sounds and the four jury members enter the house and go to the backyard to begin the competition.
Votes for Mellany: Jonathon, Joshua, Kaitlyn & Sophie
Votes for Robyn: Emma, Kevin & Sam
Week 8 (Round 1)Edit
Episode 23 (Re-entry/HOH/Nominations) Edit
For this joint HOH and re-entry competition, Houseguests have to stand on a narrow disk attached to a long rope dangling from above. To make things more difficult, the ropes spin around in a circle and there will be a large pad that the competitors will bang into, making them themselves spin around. The last juror standing will re-enter the game and the last person left standing overall will become the new HOH. It is also revealed that the first three to fall will become the Have-Nots for the week. Right out of the gate, many are seen struggling, getting dizzy quite easily. Having motion sickness, Robyn is the first to fall off, shortly followed by Kaitlyn. After ten minutes, Kevin slips, making him, Robyn and Kaitlyn the Have-Nots for the week. Right after Kevin, Cochran falls, making him the first juror out. Felicity, Jonathon and Sam soon follow.
Mellany is seen slipping but makes a recovery. Knowing she's about to fall, Mellany looks to Destiny and tells her that she needs to win this HOH and send Robyn home, informing her that she has been playing them this whole time. From the sidelines, Robyn tries to deny this. Mellany falls, making it official that Destiny will return to the house. With only Emma, Destiny and Joshua remaining, Joshua tries to offer the girls safety but they turn it down. Out of nowhere, Joshua hits the pad at a bad angle, sending him off his disk. With just two left, Destiny tells Emma that she would never go after her or Sam. Knowing she's in a lot of pain, Emma simply gives a slight nod before jumping down, crowning Destiny the new HOH.
With a complete wild card in power, nobody has any idea what Destiny is thinking. Robyn voices her worries about going on the block after what Mellany said on her way out. Oddball Central plus Sophie meet up in the Autumn Room and discuss who they think Destiny will nominate. Joshua suggests throwing Kevin under the bus since he was one of the main reason Felicity and Destiny were sent home. In private, Kaitlyn pulls Jonathon aside and tells him that the two of them are going to have to ensure their own safety over their alliance's. Jonathon agrees, knowing that Destiny's probably going to nominate two from their side of the house regardless. Meanwhile, up in the HOH room, Emma, Sam and Destiny all celebrate the fact that Destiny is back in the house. The three agree to rekindle their original alliance, calling themselves the "E.S.D.", an abbreviation of all their names. Destiny tells her allies that she wants to go after whoever is in power, suggesting Sophie. Sam tells her that Joshua, Robyn, Kaitlyn and Jonathon are the ones really running the show and Sophie is just their stupid, little puppet. He suggests going after either Joshua, who he feels is the biggest snake in the house.
The next morning, Kaitlyn and Jonathon go up to speak with Destiny in her HOH room. The two begin by congratulating Destiny on her win, which Destiny seems to appreciate, while in the Diary Room states that it's clear they're trying to kiss up to her. Kaitlyn goes on to tell Destiny that she understands coming back into the house, she must still a bit unsure what's going on. Jonathon says that if Destiny is able to keep the two of them off the block this week, they promise not to even nominate her until the Final Six, giving her two weeks of safety. Destiny says she'll definitely keep it in mind. Robyn enters the room and sits down next to Kaitlyn and Jonathon. She asks them what they've been talking about, prompting Kaitlyn to lie by saying they were just seeing where Destiny's head was at. After Kaitlyn and Jonathon leave the room, Robyn turns to Destiny and promises she never tried to manipulate her or her sisters, saying Mellany was just upset that she wasn't able to save herself. Destiny admits it's hard to believe Robyn over her own sister, pointing out how she was one of the HOHs who sent Felicity home. Robyn promises that she only went along with it because it's what the rest of the alliance wanted, pushing a lot of the blame onto Kevin.
Just before nominations, Destiny calls Kevin up to her HOH room. She quickly informs him that Robyn threw him under the bus. Kevin says he isn't surprised by this, discussing how his alliance completely shunned him. Destiny asks if he was the one responsible for Felicity's eviction, which he denies, saying he had very little say in what went down. Destiny informs him that Robyn said Kevin was the one masterminding it all, which makes Kevin extremely annoyed. Kevin walks out onto the sky-deck and asks Robyn why she's telling the HOH complete lies. Robyn insists she did not tell a single lie, saying Kevin literally went out of his way to ensure the sisters went home that week. Kevin yells out that she's just making things up because she knows she could be going on the block. Robyn tells him to f**k off before walking away.
At the Nomination Ceremony, Destiny turns the first key, showing Joshua's face on the wall. Destiny then turns the second, revealing Robyn as her second nominee. Destiny says that being given a second chance is a privilege she does not want to waste. She tells the two nominees that after speaking with everyone, she feels that they are the biggest threats left in the game and need to be taken down. With that, the episode comes to a close.
Episode 24 (POV) Edit
Following Destiny's nominations, a quite upset Robyn vents to the rest of Oddball Central about how easily Kevin is able to pull the wool over everybody's eyes. Jonathon comments that Kevin and Sophie were the two that wanted Mellany gone the most out of the six of them, yet somehow they escaped the block. Robyn suspects that the two of them cut a deal with Destiny, insisting that Sophie has turned on them. Joshua defends Sophie, saying she proved her loyalty last week by voting Mellany out. Robyn brings up the fact that Sophie nominated her as a pawn against Mellany without telling her beforehand and almost went home because of it. Meanwhile, up in the HOH room, E.S.D. gather to discuss who their target is for the week. Destiny says that her heart is telling her to get rid of Robyn because her sister told to but her gut is saying Joshua is the bigger threat. Emma agrees, feeling Joshua is the glue holding that alliance together. Sam is elated to hear that they're finally going to get Joshua out and promises in the Diary Room to make Joshua's last week a living hell.
The next morning, Destiny announces it's time to pick players for the Veto competition. Destiny pulls Kaitlyn's name, Robyn picks Emma, while Joshua pulls out Sophie's name, making the Veto players Destiny, Robyn, Joshua, Kaitlyn, Emma and Sophie. After the player picking, Joshua and Sophie are seen talking in the Storage Room. Joshua brings up that Robyn is really trying to convince the rest of the alliance that Sophie has flipped. Sophie states that this pisses her off, bringing up that she just voted to keep Robyn in the game, upsetting the other side of the house in the process. Joshua says that Robyn is just trying to put the target on both of their backs so that she can get Kaitlyn and Jonathon's votes to stay. Not happy with what she's been hearing, Sophie confronts Robyn in the kitchen, asking her why she doesn't trust her. Robyn ignores the question, saying she wants to know who Sophie heard this from, but Sophie demands an answer. Robyn lies saying that she has never said that she didn't trust her, prompting Sophie to bring Joshua into the room, putting him on the spot. Joshua admits that Robyn has said various times that she thinks Sophie is working with the other side. Robyn continues to deny all accusations, which just makes Joshua more and more frustrated before finally leaving.
At the Power of Veto competition, players use a zip line to zoom across a display of various comics relating to each Houseguest. They must then try to recreate the display on the other side of the backyard, but there are dummy comics, that look similar but have one small difference. The Houseguests may go back and forth across the zip line as many times as they wish. The first competitor to correctly recreate the comic display will win the Power of Veto. Sophie is able to whiz past the comics at ease but struggles to pick up on the small details of each comic. On the flip side, Robyn and Kaitlyn excel at recreating the comic stand but are much slower across the zip line. Destiny and Joshua have a good mix of both skills. In the end, it comes down to Destiny and Joshua, but Destiny is ultimately able to take out the win, giving her both HOH and the POV.
After the competition, Destiny, Emma, Kevin and Sam celebrate Destiny's win upstairs. Destiny informs Kevin about the plan to send Joshua home, which Kevin flat out disagrees with, saying Robyn is the better strategic player. Destiny states that they can always discuss who they should target later. Meanwhile, Joshua is visibly upset that he wasn't able to pull out the win, knowing there's very little chance Destiny would use the Veto. Sophie consoles him, saying that there's always hope. As the two hug it out, Sam enters the room and smirks at the sight of Joshua upset, making a comment that Joshua must get sick of crying all the time. Joshua first states that he wasn't even crying, then asks Sam what his issue is. Sam simply says that he finds it funny how Joshua was so arrogant when his side was in power and now that it's shifted, his ways have caught up to him. Sophie tells Sam that the week isn't over yet, prompting Sam to say that Joshua is going home 100% and there is nothing those two "losers" can do about it. Now furious, Sophie tells Sam he's nothing but a bully and regrets not backdooring him last week. Sam just smiles and ignores her before walking away.
Before the Veto Meeting, Emma and Destiny are seen talking upstairs. Emma worries that if they leave the nominations the same, there's a chance that Robyn will end up going because Kevin will want her out for personal reasons. Emma throws out the idea of replacing Robyn with Jonathon so that Kaitlyn would be forced to vote Joshua out. Destiny admits that it's not a bad idea but worries about going back on her deal with Kaitlyn and Jonathon. At the Veto Meeting, Destiny ends up deciding not to use the Power of Veto. With that, the episode ends.
Episode 25 Part 1 (Eviction #1) Edit
With the nominations remaining intact, it is evident that Oddball Central will be losing a member. Right after the Veto Meeting, Robyn is quick to pull Kaitlyn and Jonathon aside to campaign for their votes. Robyn says that she understands the two of them have to decide between two allies but insists that Joshua will never be as loyal to them as she is. Robyn brings up that Joshua is loyal to Sophie more than he is to them. Meanwhile, upstairs, Destiny, Sam and Kevin are trying to decide which nominee should be sent home. Sam makes it clear that he wants Joshua to go, which Destiny agrees to. Kevin, on the other hand, says he still thinks Robyn is far smarter than Joshua and needs to go. Destiny brings up that Joshua is way better at competitions, but Kevin doesn't want to hear, having made up his mind. After Kevin leaves, Sam informs Emma that he's never liked Kevin, calling him a selfish player. Emma agrees, stating that he's played both sides for the entire game.
Leading up to the eviction, Sophie, Joshua, Kaitlyn and Jonathon gather in the Summer Room to discuss the upcoming eviction. Joshua pleads that the four of them have been together since the beginning and would love for them to stay together until the very end. Sophie reminds everyone that Robyn has flipped on them in the past and is sure she would do it again if she had to. Later in the day, Kaitlyn and Jonathon privately discuss what they should do. The two agree that they like Joshua but feel Robyn would be more loyal to them. Kaitlyn adds that not a lot of people like Robyn so she would be easy to beat at the end. Jonathon brings up that Sophie made a good point about Robyn's tendency to flip and says he doesn't have the same trust with her as he does with Joshua.
At the Live Eviction, Julie informs everybody that it is a Double Evicion. Joshua thanks everybody for making his Big Brother experience one to remember, while Robyn takes a different approach, reminding everybody that she's made it clear that Kevin is her target and will not stop until he is out of the house. In the end, it comes down to Kaitlyn and Jonathon, who ultimately decide to send their votes Joshua's way, making him the first person to be evicted that night.
Votes for Joshua: Emma, Jonathon, Kaitlyn & Sam
Votes for Robyn: Kevin & Sophie
Week 8 (Round 2)Edit
Episode 25 Part 2 (Eviction #2) Edit
Immediately after Joshua's eviction, the Houseguests are summoned outside for their next Head of Household competition. In this competition, Julie will ask a question relating to their time in the house and the Houseguests must answer with either more or less. The last one standing will be the new HOH. In the first round, Julie asks "Is the number of people that have won HOH more or less than the number of people who competed in the second Have/Have-Not competition. The answer is more, eliminating Sophie, Sam, Kevin, Jonathon and Kaitlyn, leaving just Emma and Robyn. In the second question, Julie asks "Is the number of people that have used the POV on themselves more or less than the number of people who voted to evict Terrence?" Both girls answer more, which is correct. In the third question, Julies asks "Is the number of times a replacement nominee was evicted more or less than the number of times a regular nominee was evicted?" Robyn answers less, while Emma answers more. The correct answer is more, giving Emma the win.
Right after the HOH competition, Emma is asked to name her two nominees. She chooses Kaitlyn and Jonathon to go on the block. The players competing in the Veto competition are Emma, Kaitlyn, Jonathon, Robyn, Sam and Destiny. In the Veto competition, Houseguests must roll a ball down a winding path, which will land in a box labeled 1-20. The Houseguest who rolls the highest number will win the Veto. Robyn lands a 6, Jonathon and Emma each get 11, Destiny gets a 14, Sam gets a 15, while Kaitlyn scores a 17, winning her the Veto. Before the Veto ceremony, we see Emma go up to Destiny, telling her she wants to backdoor Kevin. Destiny stresses that it's too early but Emma promises Destiny that if she puts up Robyn, she would go home and Kevin would go back to the other side for sure. Sam joins them and says to throw Sophie up. Emma reminds him they made a deal not to go after Sophie since she kept them off the block.
At the Veto Meeting, Kaitlyn uses the Veto on herself, meaning Emma will have to name a replacement. After taking a moment to think, Emma nominates Kevin, followed by a loud gasp from the audience. In his eviction speech, Kevin tells Emma she is the stupidest girl to ever play the game and promises the other side of the house that if they keep him, he will gun for Emma and Sam. In the end, it was not enough as the house unanimously voted him out of the game.
Votes for Kevin: Destiny, Kaitlyn, Robyn, Sam & Sophie
Votes for Jonathon: None
Week 9 Edit
Episode 26 (HOH/Nominations) Edit
With the Double Eviction coming to an end, the episode begins with a flashback to what the audience didn't see in the Double Eviction. Right back to before the HOH competition begun during the commercial break, we see Kevin speaking to Sophie about needing to look after each other since they were both blindsided by Joshua's elimination. Emma walks in on them and overhears part of their conversation, which causes her to feel Kevin is flipping on her side of the house. Fast-forwarding to right after nominations, Emma tells Kaitlyn and Jonathon that they are not her targets and wants to backdoor Kevin. Both of them agree that Kevin needs to go. We then see Kevin walk into their conversation, asking Emma what she was doing speaking with her nominees. After he doesn't get a response, Kevin tells Emma she would find herself a place on the list of dumbest moves if she tries to backdoor him. Emma fires back that he is clearly trying to play both sides of the house. The two get into a heating discussion but are cut off by Julie when she announces it is time for the Veto competition.
The episode then returns to present time, just as Kevin leaves the house. Destiny quickly pulls Emma aside and tells her that she feels she made the wrong decision in backdooring one of their own allies over somebody like Sophie. Emma retells the story of how she caught Kevin telling Sophie about wanting to team back up with her, which would mean aligning back with her alliance. Sam soon enters, asking the same questions Destiny did about where things went wrong. Destiny informs him of Emma's reasoning, but Sam still says it was a bad move since they're going into this HOH down 4-2. Meanwhile, in the Storage Room, the remnants of the Power Tower celebrate the fact that all four of them were able to survive the Double Eviction. Robyn tells Sophie that she completely understands the vote against her since Joshua was her number one ally. Sophie says that even though she was out of the loop, she promises to stay loyal, while in the Diary Room she states that Robyn is a born liar and will not be trusting her anymore in the game.
Before long, it is time for the HOH competition to begin. In this competition, Houseguests will have to use a scooper to transport dishwashing detergent from one end of a slippery lane to the other where they will pour it into a big bowl with a ping-pong ball inside. The first Houseguest to fill their bowl enough to grab the ping-pong will become the new Head of Household. However, there are also two smaller bowls for Houseguests to choose from. The smallest bowl is the Have bowl. The first three Houseguests to fill their Have bowl will be Haves for the week (since Emma is not competing, she is an automatic Have). The other smaller bowl is the safety bowl. The first Houseguest to fill this bowl will be safe for the week. As the competition begins, everyone guns for the HOH bowl, passing up safety and Have rights. After about twenty minutes, however, it becomes clear that Sophie, Kaitlyn and Sam are the three contenders, while the others all quickly fall behind. Realising they have no chance, Jonathon, Destiny and Robyn try to get safety instead. Destiny is first to fill her safety bowl, making her safe. The three of them are also able to fill their Have bowls, making them Haves for the week. After about an hour, Sam has a slight lead over Kaitlyn, while Sophie lags behind in third. Seeing Kaitlyn on his tail, Sam begins to pick up the pace. This ultimately leads to his demise as he takes a bad fall, injuring his ankle. Sam attempts to continue on with the challenge but clearly struggles. This allows Kaitlyn to overtake Sam for the lead and ends up finishing first, making her the new HOH.
With Kaitlyn in charge and Destiny safe, it becomes pretty clear to Sam and Emma that the two of them are in trouble. Alone in the Have-Not room, Sam begins cussing repetitively, stating if it wasn't for his "unfair" ankle injury, he would've won the competition. Emma comforts him, saying there is always a chance to turn things around with the Veto. Destiny enters the room and apologises for not continuing to fight for HOH since she felt she had no chance of winning. Emma tells her it is understandable while a frustrated Sam says she took the easy way out. Destiny apologises, which prompts Sam to shake his head, saying that it's easy for her to say that since she's safe for the week before walking out. Destiny states in the Diary Room that Sam is acting completely irrational since he didn't win, saying she took the safety because she had to look out for herself. The next morning, Kaitlyn speaks with her alliance, saying that her nominations are basically a no-brainer. Robyn agrees, reinforcing that they need to stay strong as a group of four.
At the Nomination Ceremony, Kaitlyn pulls the first key, showing Sam's face on the Memory Wall. Sam nods his head in acceptance. Kaitlyn then turns her second key, showing Emma's face, causing Emma to mutter "shocker". Kaitlyn explains that the lines have been drawn in the sand for a long time now and these nominations should not be a surprise. With that, the episode ends.
Episode 27 (POV) Edit
With Sam and Emma on the block, it is pretty clear that the two of them are in trouble. The E.S.D alliance meet in the Have-Not Room and discuss their current situation. Sam states that one of them needs to win Veto if they have any chance of staying in the house together. Destiny brings up that Robyn and Sophie aren't on the best of terms and their best bet is to convince one of them to help send home the other. They all agree that Sophie is a more emotional player and she would be easier to flip. Emma states in the Diary Room that while she would love for both her and Sam to stay, she values her own safety over Sam's. Up in the HOH Room, the Power Tower meets once again to mull over who they feel would be better to target. Sophie pushes for Sam to be the target as he is a far stronger physical competitor, while Robyn argues that Emma is the bigger threat. Sophie asks Robyn why that would even matter if they are going to the end together. Robyn says she was just considering all of their options, prompting Sophie to roll her eyes. Kaitlyn tells the group that they can agree on who the target should be after the POV has been dealt with.
The next morning, Kaitlyn announces that it's time to pick players for the Power of Veto competition. Kaitlyn pulls Destiny's name out of the bag, Sam gets Houseguest's Choice and chooses Sophie, much to her shock. Emma picks Robyn's name, making the Veto players Kaitlyn, Emma, Sam, Destiny, Sophie and Robyn. Before the competition begins, Sophie pulls Sam aside to ask him why he chose her when he pulled Houseguest's choice. Sam explains that he really wants to repair the relationship the two of them have and thought choosing her would prove it. With Sophie still confused, Sam tells her that she is not going to the Final Four with her current alliance, stating that Robyn would take her out in a heartbeat. A flashback to "2 days ago" appears as Robyn tells Sam that if she got her way, Sophie would be the one going home next, saying she's been polluted with Joshua's "lies". Back to present time, Sophie says in the Diary Room that she definitely doesn't trust Sam but wouldn't put it past Robyn to throw her under the bus.
Soon it is time for the Power of Veto competition to begin. For this competition, players are introduced to OTEV the Ditzy Donut. We hear the sad story of how OTEV is in search of his long lost hole and it is up to the HouseGuests to find it. Each round, OTEV will say a riddle referring to a jury member. The Houseguests must then run into the "bakery swamp" and find a donut hole with the matching jury member's initial on it and bring it back to OTEV. However, each round there will be one more Houseguest than there are spots in front of OTEV so the last Houseguest to reach the top with the correct answer will be eliminated. The last Houseguest standing will win the Power of Veto. In the first round, the riddle refers to Joshua. The final spot comes down to Kaitlyn and Emma but Emma reaches the top first, eliminating Kaitlyn. The second riddle, about Cochran, sees a tight race between Robyn and Sophie. Robyn sees the donut hole with the "C" on it first but Sophie makes a dive for it and ends up eliminating Robyn. In the third round, the riddle is about Mellany. Destiny is last to the top, however, Emma mixed up the two sisters, bringing back the "F" donut hole, eliminating her instead. The next round refers to Kevin and Sophie is eliminated. In the final round, it comes down to Sam and Destiny but Sam is first to the top, earning him the Power of Veto.
Right after the Veto competition, Sam goes on a victory lap around the house shouting "you can't touch me, baby, you can't touch me", annoying everybody else in the house. With it obvious Sam will use the Veto to save himself, the Power Tower meet up in the HOH Room to discuss a replacement nominee. Kaitlyn asks if anybody wants to volunteer to go up as a pawn beside Emma. Unsurprisingly, she gets no response. Sophie excuses herself to use the HOH bathroom, prompting Robyn to whisper to Kaitlyn that Sophie is wavering from the alliance and will flip on them if they don't put her up.Sophie quickly returns from the bathroom and states that she could them all whispering. Sophie says that if Robyn is already trying to throw her under the bus, then that should be a sign that Robyn needs to be the replacement nominee. Robyn rebuts, saying Sophie been talking with the other side of the house all week, mentioning that Sam picked her to play in Veto. Kaitlyn tells the two girls to calm down, worried that they will turn on each other.
Just before the Veto meeting, Kaitlyn and Jonathon talk over what they're going to do. They admit that they are concerned whoever they leave off the block out of Robyn and Sophie will evict the other and need to choose the one they feel is least comfortable with. At the Veto meeting, Sam uses the POV on himself and Kaitlyn nominates Robyn in his place, much to her surprise.
Episode 28 (Eviction) Edit
Right after the Veto Meeting, a quite angry Robyn immediately asks Jonathon and Kaitlyn if the three of them can talk alone. The two agree and move off to the Spring Room. As they leave, Sam remarks that it "looks like somebody doesn't feel comfortable being a pawn," clearly suggesting to Sophie that Robyn doesn't trust her. Emma tells Sophie that it's pretty obvious Robyn has cut ties with her and that if she were to do the same, the three of them would remember it down the line. Meanwhile, Robyn demands an explanation from Kaitlyn and Jonathon as to why she was put on the block instead of Sophie. Kaitlyn honestly explains that of the two, she felt that Robyn was the one that seemed more willing to turn on the other. Robyn insists that she has shown how dedicated she is to the alliance by sticking by them even when Kevin was trying to blow up her game and never would've gone against what they wanted. Jonathon reassures her that Sophie would be stupid to leave a strong threesome in the game going into the Final Six.
The next morning, Sophie, Kaitlyn and Jonathon meet up in the HOH room to confirm the plan for the upcoming eviction. Sophie admits that the other side of the house is really pushing for her to flip but confirms she isn't buying into anything that they are selling. Kaitlyn brings up the fact that Robyn was extremely upset that she was nominated with Sophie saying that Robyn is giving Kevin a run for his money for most paranoid player of the season. At that moment, Robyn enters the room, followed by an awkward silence. After about five seconds, Robyn tells Sophie that she feels that there is a lot of animosity between the two of them and wants to talk things out. Sophie admits that ever since Robyn started getting close to Mellany, she's never been able to fully trust her. Robyn says that she was only ever trying to pull Mellany in as an extra number for them and given the opportunity would've stuck with the alliance over her. Sophie points out that Robyn could've come to her saying that rather than telling people that "Sophie is not to be trusted". Robyn argues that she felt betrayed after Sophie nominated her and wasn't thinking straight. Sophie shrugs saying that it's whatever before walking out.
Later that day, Robyn is seen speaking with Destiny alone. Robyn admits in the Diary Room that even though they tried clearing the air, she still doesn't feel 100% about Sophie's vote and would like to ensure her safety by talking with the others. Robyn promises Destiny she is not her target and that if she stays in the house, Destiny could use her to her advantage. Destiny questions what she means by this, prompting Robyn to explain that it's pretty obvious her and Sophie have had their issues lately and could be used as a weapon if she votes to keep her. After the two hug it out, Destiny immediately takes this information right back to Emma and Sam, saying that Robyn is throwing Sophie under the bus. Emma tells the two that if Robyn really does want Sophie out next week, this would be perfect to turn Sophie against Robyn. They agree that they need to go to Sophie with this information as soon as possible.
With the eviction looming, Emma, Destiny and Sam all approach Sophie in the Storage Room, giving her their final pitch to vote Robyn out. Emma explains that Robyn approached Destiny earlier, saying that she could use her as a tool to take somebody out. Sophie asks if that person is herself, which Destiny confirms. Sophie states that she's getting sick and tired of Robyn saying one thing to her face and then going behind her back and saying the exact opposite. Emma brings up the fact that all week they've been trying to show Sophie that she has no place within her current alliance and would be much safer with them. Sophie asks how she would be able to know they wouldn't just cut her off once they no longer need her, prompting all three of them to promise to go to Final Four together with Emma even saying she wouldn't even put Sophie up as a pawn. Sophie is left extremely conflicted as to what she should do.
When the Live Eviction rolls around, Emma and Robyn both thank each person for their amazing time they've had in the house, with Emma specifically pointing out to Sophie that this may be her last chance to take out the one person that is gunning for her. When the votes come through, as predicted, Sam and Destiny vote to evict Robyn while Jonathon votes to evict Emma. In the end, after spending about ten seconds in the Diary Room thinking it over, Sophie ultimately evicts Emma. To nobody's surprise, Kaitlyn casts the tiebreaker to send Emma home, making her the sixth jury member.
Votes for Emma: Jonathon, Kaitlyn, Sophie
Votes for Robyn: Destiny, Sam
Week 10 Edit
Episode 29 (HOH/Nominations) Edit
The episode begins right after Emma's eviction, with both Sam and Destiny disappointed that they weren't able to pull through. With everyone still in the Living Room, Sam calls Sophie an idiot for keeping Robyn in the game, perking Robyn's intrigue. Robyn asks Sam why staying loyal to an alliance would be considered stupid, prompting Sam to say it's not an alliance if they want you out. Destiny calls Robyn out on the conversation she had with her where Robyn promised that if they voted to keep her, she would go after Sophie next week. A short flashback to the previous episode shows Robyn saying just this. Robyn exclaims that she never, ever said she would nominate Sophie, before being cut off by Sam who calls her a fake a** b**ch. Destiny quotes that Robyn said she "could be used as weapon for them" against Sophie. Robyn denies the accusations, calling Sam and Destiny manipulative liars. The heated argument is cut off by Julie as she states it is time for the Head of Household competition.
For this competition, Houseguests are to maneuver a series of coloured eggs through a chicken wire maze. Once they retrieve an egg from the maze, they must run over and place it in one of the slots on a 10 by 10 board. Once an egg has been placed on the board, it may never be moved. The first Houseguest to place four of their coloured eggs in a row will become the new Head of Household. Early on in the challenge, many of the competitors struggle by dropping many eggs. Sophie is the first to get an egg out of the maze and places it on the board, shortly followed by Sam and Jonathon. Robyn and Destiny both have a hard time with maneuvering the eggs. Before long, Sophie, Sam and Jonathon each have three eggs on the board, while Destiny has two. Robyn finally gets her first egg and uses it to cut Sam off, seeing as though she has little chance of winning herself. In return, Destiny cuts Jonathon off with her third egg. Knowing Sophie is only one egg away from winning, Sam works hard to get his next egg before Sophie can get hers. Sam and Sophie both seem neck and neck but just as Sam is about to take his egg out, it slips from his hand, allowing Sophie to place her egg first. This results in Sophie becoming the new Head of Household.
With somebody from the Power Tower winning HOH yet again, Destiny and Sam both feel as though they are in danger this week. Destiny points out that Sophie was probably their best bet to win out of the other side since there is a chance she would go after Robyn. Sam states that if Sophie wanted Robyn out of the house, she would've voted her out already. Destiny comments that being pessimistic isn't going to help them, saying they need to give it a shot. In the meantime, Robyn goes upstairs to speak with Sophie about the recent blow-up. Robyn insists she never told Destiny that she wanted Sophie out, saying she is simply a really good liar. Sophie tells Robyn that she believes her and the two hug it out. As Robyn leaves the room, Sophie looks to the camera, saying "if that bitch thinks she can pull that over me, she's got another thing coming."
The following morning, Kaitlyn, Jonathon and Sophie meet up in the HOH room. Sophie informs her two allies that after all her and Robyn have been through, she can tell that Robyn was lying about throwing her under the bus. Kaitlyn agrees with Sophie, but says she thinks that the only reason Robyn did it was because she was desperate for votes. Sophie brings up the possibility of targeting Robyn over Sam and Destiny, which Kaitlyn and Jonathon immediately shut down. Jonathon argues that if they don't split up Sam and Destiny, the three of them could be in trouble this week. Kaitlyn adds that Robyn is never going to win a competition anyway, so they'll have a smooth ride to Final 3. Later in the day, Destiny and Sam decide that it's now or never and approach Sophie up in her HOH room. Destiny pleads to Sophie that Robyn did say she wanted her out. Sophie admits that she believes them and wants Robyn gone but just can't convince Kaitlyn and Jonathon to go along with it. Sam asks why she can't just nominate either Kaitlyn or Jonathon as a pawn, which Sophie explains would completely ruin her relationship with them. Destiny states that Kaitlyn and Jonathon will always choose Robyn over Sophie because she'd be easier to beat in the end. Sophie explains that she needs the two of them to promise that they'll vote Robyn out if she keeps them safe, which they both do.
At the Nomination Ceremony, Sophie explains that these nominations were by far the hardest decision she's had to make, saying that it is strictly a game move. Sophie then turns the first key showing Robyn's face, shocking the whole house. She then turns the second key, revealing Jonathon's face, surprising everyone even more. Sophie explains that Jonathon is just a pawn and that Robyn's constant lies have made her the target. With that, the episode comes to an end.
Episode 30 (POV) Edit
Returning right after Sophie's game-changing nominations (According to Jeff Probst), many of the Houseguests are still left in shock, particularly Jonathon. While Jonathon voices his frustrations in the Diary Room, explaining how Sophie has lost her chance at winning the game, Robyn takes the opposite route. She begins clapping, congratulating Destiny and Sam on making it to the Final Two. Destiny explains that nothing is set in stone, which Robyn scoffs at, stating that thanks to Sophie's incredibly moronic move, there won't be another chance to take them out. Sophie argues that she knows Robyn would've done the exact same thing to her if their positions were reversed, which Robyn completely denies, saying she would've been stupid to let Sam and Destiny into the Final Five together. Sophie tells Robyn it wasn't personal, which Robyn simply laughs at. Seeing this, Sam steps in to call Robyn the biggest f***ing joke he's ever seen in life, telling her to act her age. Just as Robyn is about to respond, Kaitlyn grabs her by the sleeve, telling her it's not worth it before the two of them walk away together.
Later on in the day, Sophie speaks with Sam and Destiny, telling them that Robyn's behavior only goes to show that she made the right decision. Sam comments that he would feel sickened if Robyn stayed in the house, commenting that she doesn't even deserve to be here after how pretentious she has acted. The three agree that Kaitlyn and Jonathon are both pissed off as well and that they need to stick together if they want to defeat them. Secretly in the Diary Room, Sophie admits that she doesn't really want to work with Sam and Destiny but need to make sure she's good with both sides heading into next week. Meanwhile, Robyn vents to Kaitlyn and Jonathon in the Spring Room, complaining about how they got screwed over because of a girl with a "pea-sized brain". Jonathon wonders how Sam and Destiny were able to convince Sophie to do this, saying they must have struck a pretty good deal to get her not to put either of them up. Robyn suggests that Sophie was just so blinded by her hatred of her that she's sure she probably did it on her own. Kaitlyn brings up the fact that the three of them can still survive the week if she wins the Veto, and the trio make a pact to throw it to Kaitlyn if possible.
The next morning, Sophie speaks with Jonathon and Kaitlyn up in the HOH Room in regards to why she nominated them. Sophie starts by promising the two of them that Robyn is 100% her target for the week and only nominated Jonathon as a pawn. Jonathon asks why she chose him when she could've easily gone with Destiny or Sam. Sophie explains that she knows that the two of them wouldn't have voted Robyn out if she left them both off the block so she had to put one of them up to ensure Robyn would go. She goes on to say that she still sees the three of them going to the Final Three together but she had to take this shot at Robyn for her own game. Jonathon says that he and Kaitlyn understand and would be happy to keep their alliance going. After Sophie leaves, Kaitlyn and Jonathon discuss that neither of them trusts Sophie the way they used to but have no other option but to go with her in the event that Robyn does get evicted.
Soon, Sophie announces that it's time for the Veto competition to begin. For this Power of Veto competition, the six competitors will watch a slideshow quickly running through each of the Houseguests that played this season photoshopped onto the body of a high school student. The aim is to work out which Houseguest is not shown on the screen and use their oversized puzzle pieces to recreate that Houseguest's photo. The last person to buzz in with the puzzle completed correctly will be eliminated from the competition. The last one left standing will win the Power of Veto. In the first round, Destiny, Kaitlyn and Robyn all do extremely well, while Sam and Sophie struggle. Sam is ultimately the first one eliminated. The next round sees Sophie do even worse than her first round, eliminating her next. In the third round, Robyn and Destiny are the first to buzz in correctly. Seeing as though either he or Kaitlyn will be eliminated, Jonathon throws it to Kaitlyn and eliminates himself. Noticing what Jonathon just did, Destiny realises that the other side is throwing it to Kaitlyn and needs to win or else she could be going home. In the fourth round, Kaitlyn is first to buzz in correctly, followed by Destiny who only just beats Robyn. In the final and most important round, Destiny is able to just barely beat Kaitlyn to the buzzer, winning her the POV.
With Destiny winning the Veto, it is pretty clear straight away that she intends to keep things the same. In a last ditch effort to save herself, Robyn speaks with Destiny alone, throwing Kaitlyn and Jonathon under the bus. She explains that the two of them need to be split up soon or else they'll go to the end together. Robyn even promises that in exchange for using the Veto on her, even if Sam goes up, she will vote to keep him and send Jonathon home. Despite briefly considering it, Destiny ultimately decides not to use the Power of Veto at the Veto Meeting, explaining that she doesn't want to risk Sam going home. With that, the episode comes to a close.
Episode 31 (Eviction) Edit
With the Veto Meeting coming to a close, it becomes official that either Robyn or Jonathon will be evicted. Robyn states in the Diary Room that even though it looks like she's down and out, she's not afraid of kissing some ass to save herself, even if it means talking to Sam. In the Summer Room, Kaitlyn and Jonathon meet once more to discuss their plan heading into the vote. Kaitlyn assures Jonathon that unless she gets a seizure, she's voting to evict Robyn and goes on to say she feels 90% confident that Sam and Destiny would too. Jonathon fears that they might see him and Kaitlyn as a pair, but Kaitlyn rebuts that keeping Robyn would be a bad decision on their part since she's been studying hard for the mental competitions. Robyn soon enters the room and is met with a bit of awkwardness. Sensing the tension, Robyn says she completely understands that the two of them are going to campaign against her and promises that she won't hold it against them. The three agree that they have no choice but to stay strong next week or else they'll be picked off.
In the meantime, up in the Head of Household room, Sophie, Destiny and Sam meet up to clarify who they will be sending home. Sophie says that it really should be a no-brainer, since Robyn is "one of the biggest snakes in BB history," while Jonathon has done nothing but float his way through, mentioning the fact he hasn't won an HOH. Destiny and Sam agree, with Sam emphasising that he can't wait to see Robyn walk out the door knowing that "THE Sam King beat her." Looking to next week, Destiny and Sam reconfirm that they would both nominate Kaitlyn and Jonathon if they were to win HOH. Jonathon soon joins the trio upstairs, asking them who they were planning on evicting. Sam says that it's not even a toss up for them and that they will be voting to keep him. Jonathon thanks them for doing this, saying that Robyn is far too untrustworthy to keep around.
The following day, Destiny and Sam are shown talking alone in the Storage Room. Destiny asks Sam if he really thinks it's their smartest move for them to vote Robyn out. Sam questions why it wouldn't be, prompting Destiny to explain that she's beginning to have some second thoughts. She points out that Jonathon and Kaitlyn would never turn on each other, while Robyn's kind of a lone wolf. She also mentions how if they were to keep Robyn in the game, she would probably target Sophie, while she feels Jonathon would put them both up. Sam argues that Jonathon can't win an HOH to save his life, while Robyn has done well in all the mental challenges. Destiny argues that they shouldn't bank on somebody's competition history going into such a crucial HOH competition. Sam holds his stance, saying that he would rather lose the game than see somebody like Robyn win. After letting that point sink in, Destiny points out that if Robyn wins the game, Sam will still lose, so that doesn't even make sense. After taking a good three seconds to think about it Sam realises his mistake and the two share a laugh.
Knowing she's likely going home, Robyn eventually works up the courage to swallow her pride and approach Destiny in hopes of gaining her vote. She argues that if Destiny and Sam vote for her stay, she would remember it if she were to win HOH the following week, mentioning that it's pretty clear who her target would be (Sophie briefly flashes on the screen). Destiny agrees that keeping Robyn is better for her game but Sam's the on who isn't convinced. Robyn asks if Destiny could go bring Sam in, which she does. With Sam in the room, Robyn makes her pitch once again, stating that Jonathon and Kaitlyn would come after the two of them, while they both know that Robyn would target Sophie. After Robyn leaves, Sam admits he's on the fence, but still doesn't trust Robyn 100%. Destiny says it's up to him but strongly advises that they think about what's best for the two of them, not necessarily what's best for Sophie.
Before long, it was time for the Live Eviction. In her plea, Robyn states that there is one person and one person only she would go after if they vote to keep her and promises that nobody else would have to worry. Jonathon takes a different approach, telling everyone to do whatever they feel is best for their game while thanking everyone for the time he's spent in the game. As expected, Kaitlyn votes to evict Robyn, however, both Destiny and Sam ultimately decide that the Kaitlyn and Jonathon duo is too threatening and send their votes Jonathon's way, evicting him. After Jonathon's interview with Julie, she soon comes on the screen, instructing everyone to go to the backyard for their next Head of Household competition. As the Houseguests try to make their way out of the backdoor, they quickly realise that it's still locked. Out of nowhere, loud sirens begin going off, with a loud voice yelling "red alert, the house is now on lockdown, red alert." Amongst the confusion, Big Brother asks Sophie to go to up to the HOH room. She obliges, but it is not discovered what is going on until the next episode.
Week 11 (Round 1) Edit
Episode 32 (HOH/Nominations) Edit
The episode begins right where the previous one left off with everybody but Sophie being called up to the HOH room. Once the other four have all left, a click is heard on the back door, making it unlocked. Sophie walks outside to find five podiums, each one having a photo of one of the remaining Houseguests on them. To the right lies five boxes, each with a name attached to each. Julie Chen suddenly appears and welcomes Sophie to their next Head of Household competition. Julie instructs Sophie to open her allocated box, revealing five numbered tokens from 1 through to 5. She then explains that this challenge will is called "The Vote" and is very simple. One at a time, each Houseguest must insert one of their numbered tiles into each of the Houseguests podiums. The Houseguest with the greatest total will become the new Head of Household. None of the Houseguests will know how each person voted, and in the event of a tie, whoever received the most tiles with the number 5 will win. Also, since Sophie is ineligible to become the next HOH, if she wins she will get to pick who becomes the new HOH. There is one catch, however, the Houseguest who receives the SECOND highest total will automatically be nominated for eviction.
While the challenge is quite simple on paper, it is clearly much more difficult in practice as we see Sophie swear under her breath. After taking a minute or so to consider her options, she begins by placing the 1 in Robyn's podium and the 2 in her own podium, stating she can't win anyway so why risk being nominated. She then goes on to give the 3 to Destiny, the 4 to Sam and the 5 to Kaitlyn. Sam is up next in the challenge. He quickly gives himself the 5, then Destiny the 4. He then places the 1 in Kaitlyn's podium, knowing she would nominate him. He tosses up between Robyn and Sophie but feels Robyn is less trustworthy and gives her the 2, while Sophie gets the 3. Kaitlyn is up third. She gives herself the 5, then Robyn and Sophie the 4 and 3 respectively. When it comes down to Sam and Destiny, she feels that she'd rather Sam win since he's the smaller threat, giving him the 2 and Destiny the 1. Destiny is the next one to vote. She quickly gives Kaitlyn the 1 and then decides to put all her eggs in Sam's basket by giving him the 5 and herself the 2, feeling that's her safest option to stay off the block. She then gives Robyn the 4 and Sophie the 3. Up last is Robyn, who immediately gives herself the 5, wanting to take power into her own hands. She then gives Kaitlyn the 4, followed by placing the 3, 2 and 1 in Destiny, Sam and Sophie's podiums respectively.
When it comes time for the results, it is revealed that Sophie totalled 12 and Destiny received 13, leaving it down to Robyn, Kaitlyn and Sam. With 18 points, Sam becomes the new Head of Household. This means that either Robyn or Kaitlyn will be automatically nominated. With 16 points each, they tie, however, since Kaitlyn received two tiles with the number 5, compared to Robyn's one, Kaitlyn is automatically up for eviction.
Following the crazy challenge, the Houseguests return inside. Everybody apologises to Kaitlyn for having to be automatically nominated, but Kaitlyn indicates that it was part of the challenge and she took the risk by giving herself five points. In the Storage Room, Destiny and Sam are seen celebrating their win, knowing there's a good chance they'll make the Final Four together. The two agree that they've got a difficult decision between nominating Robyn and Sophie now that they know Sophie's been playing both sides of the house. A flashback to "20 hours before the eviction" shows Robyn, Destiny and Sam discussing how Sophie has been telling each alliance that she's with them heading into next week. The three agree to all just target Sophie no matter which one of them wins HOH. In the Spring Room, Kaitlyn and Robyn meet up, with Kaitlyn stating that it seems as though one of them is going home. With a smile on her face, Robyn explains the deal she made with Sam and Destiny the night before to target Sophie, giving them hope. Kaitlyn is extremely excited by this news and the two plan to speak with them tomorrow.
The next day, Sophie, Sam and Destiny gather upstairs to discuss the last vote. Sophie asks them where things went wrong, with Destiny explaining that they simply felt Jonathon and Kaitlyn needed to be split up. Sophie says she understands their decision but wishes they would've told her. Regardless, the three agree that Robyn needs to go home this week. The trio's conversation is interrupted by Kaitlyn and Robyn who ask for a moment with Sam and Destiny alone. After Sophie leaves, Kaitlyn brings up the deal Robyn made with them, stating that she is 100% on board with it. Robyn goes on to explain how dangerously good Sophie is at competitions and needs to be sent home before she can do any more damage.
Right before nominations, Destiny and Sam talk through their options. Sam feels as though they can't trust Robyn at all, saying they need to stick with Sophie for now. Destiny brings up how Robyn has only won one competition all season, whereas Sophie has won six, and feels that Sophie has given them plenty of reasons not to trust her. Sam says he worries Robyn would use the Veto on Kaitlyn but Destiny reassures him that she would stick with the plan. At the Nomination Ceremony, Sam turns the key, showing Robyn's face on the wall. He explains that even though Robyn might think she has control over everything, nobody can control "King Sam King". With that, the episode ends.
Episode 33 Part 1 (POV/Eviction #1) Edit
After Robyn was nominated side by side with her ally Kaitlyn, she did not take the news very well, wishing Sam luck when Sophie stabs him in the back next week. Sam tells Robyn that he'd rather that happen than be responsible for keeping Robyn in the game any longer than she needs to be, irritating her greatly. She warns him that while he can hate on her all he likes, he's the one that's never going to get a single jury vote before storming off. Later that day, Destiny talks to Sophie, explaining that Robyn's been trying to plant doubt in their minds all week but they know what's best for them. Sophie thanks them for staying loyal and promises that if she wins HOH next week, whichever one of others stays will be her target. Destiny asks Sophie what she would do with the Veto. Sophie explains she would probably keep things the same but states that she wouldn't be against saving Kaitlyn to ensure Robyn goes home. Destiny promises her that it's unnecessary to do that as it's clear Sam wants Robyn out more than anything. Meanwhile, alone in the Winter Room, Robyn vents to Kaitlyn about how stupid everyone is, pinpointing Sam as the dumbest of them all. Kaitlyn consoles Robyn encouraging her to let her anger out, while shares with the audience that she's secretly hoping Robyn explodes to make her a bigger target.
Right before the Veto competition, Sophie is called into the Diary Room. Once she arrives, she is surprised to find a small note resting on the seat and carefully picks it up and begins reading. As it turns out, the vote that they participated in earlier that week had more to it than they were told. What nobody knew is that the person who received the fewest amount of points, in this case Sophie, would receive a special power in the game. This power allows Sophie to cancel a juror's votes should she make it to the Final Two. If Sophie is evicted before the Final Two, she is allowed to transfer this power to the Houseguest of her choice. Sophie is elated to hear this news, stating that she sure is glad that nobody else voted for her to win that competition.
For their thirteenth Power of Veto competition, Houseguests will be competing one at a time. When it comes time to compete, the competing Houseguest will be shown a morphed image of three Housguests on the season. Once the competitor correctly identifies the three Houseguests that make up the image, they will be shown a new image and the process repeats. The first Houseguest to get through all six photos will win the Power of Veto. Destiny is up first and does a pretty good job, laughing at the combination of Robyn, Kevin and Alyssa. She does get stumped on the fifth image, however, confusing Dalton for Sam. The next competitor is Robyn, who heavily struggles with the challenge, having poor facial recognition. She times out before even reaching the final image. Sophie is third and whizzes through the first five with relative ease. The final image is the one that trips her up, completely forgetting about Terrence's existence. Sam is next and does a decent job, using trial and error as his strategy. Kaitlyn is the last one up, and knowing her life is on the line, gives it all she's got. She gets through the first three quickly put when she sees the image of the three triplets combined, she grows confused, having no idea who's in it. It takes her about ten minutes to get this one correct, putting a huge damper on her time. In the end, with a time of 5:21, Sophie wins the POV.
Leading up to the Veto Meeting, Kaitlyn decides to make this her time to shine and is quick to get to work on Sophie. She tells Sophie that she has stood by her this whole game and it would be foolish of her to leave her fate in the hands of Destiny and Sam, who she points out, just betrayed her at the previous vote. Sophie stresses she doesn't want to ruin her relationship with them but Kaitlyn emphasises that they will be down to four by the end of the week and loyalties will no longer matter. Seeing she's still unsure, Kaitlyn spills the beans about the deal she and Robyn made with Destiny and Sam to get Sophie out of the house if one of them were to win HOH this week. Kaitlyn asks if she knew about this, which Sophie denies, saying that she is shocked by this. Kaitlyn warns her that if she does not use the Veto, Destiny and Sam will not keep their word and will evict Kaitlyn. Sophie says she's going to have to think about it.
The next morning, just as Sophie is about to confront Sam and Destiny about the deal they apparently made, Julie Chen appears on the screen and asks the Houseguests to gather in the living room. She then informs them of the surprise eviction and that in just a few minutes, somebody will be evicted. Julie asks Sophie to stand and decide whether she wants to use the Veto immediately. Flustered, Sophie takes a few seconds to think before deciding to use the Veto on Kaitlyn, arising an uproar of mixed emotions from the crowd. With no other option, Sam is forced to nominate Destiny as the replacement. Right after a brief commercial break, we return to see Robyn and Sam get into another heated argument, with both of them vying for Sophie to vote their way, insisting the other is a liar. Julie then instructs eveyrone to return to the living room for the Live Eviction. As expected, Kaitlyn votes to evict Destiny, leaving it up to Sophie. After sitting in the Diary Room for about ten seconds, she ultimately votes to evict Destiny as well, making her the eighth member of the jury.
Week 11 (Round 2) Edit
Episode 33 Part 2 (HOH) Edit
Despite the level of shock within the house, Julie nonetheless summons everyone outside for the penultimate Head of Household competition. In this competition, a clip will play showcasing an evicted Houseguest's eviction speech with one or two words bleeped out. Julie will then give two options as to what the bleeped word could be and the Houseguests will have to answer which they feel is the correct one. The Houesguest with the most correct answers will become the new Head of Household. After the first three rounds, nobody makes a mistake. In the fourth, only Robyn gets the correct answer. In the fifth, Sophie makes another mistake, while in the sixth, Robyn is the only one to get the question wrong. With Robyn and Kaitlyn tied at five points each, the final question comes down to the two of them. Kaitlyn is the one to answer correctly, crowning her the new Head of Household.
Episode 34 (Nominations/POV/Eviction #2) Edit
The episode begins with Kaitlyn shouting in celebration of her HOH win, even breaking down into tears. The other three all congratulate her on her victory, while Robyn is angered that she was so close to winning but missed out on the last question. Despite Kaitlyn's win, tensions are still high, especially between Sam and Sophie, as Sophie just voted out the former's closest ally. Sam tells Sophie that she's an absolute moron since now nobody's going to be willing to save her if she doesn't win the Veto. Sophie tells him that he stands just the same chance as she does and knew that she needed to split him and Destiny up if she wanted any chance of winning. Kaitlyn steps into Sophie's defense, telling Sam to stop taking things so personally. Robyn even backs Sophie up, saying that if Sam can't see that Sophie made the right move, he's delusional. Feeling ganged up on, Sam leaves the situation. With him gone, Kaitlyn, Robyn and Sophie form a Final Three deal and promise to take out Sam if he loses the Veto. Kaitlyn explains that while the two girls may not like each other, they'll both benefit from sticking together.
The following morning, it's time for the Nomination Ceremony. Kaitlyn turns the first key to show Sam's face on the memory wall. She then turns the second key to reveal Sophie's face. Kaitlyn explains that they both know as well as her that it's all going to come down to the Veto anyway and they should take these nominations with a grain of salt. Following the Nomination Ceremony, Sophie and Kaitlyn meet up in the HOH Room to briefly talk about the upcoming Veto competition. Sophie pleads for Kaitlyn to take her down if she wins it, stating she doesn't trust Robyn in the slightest to send Sam home. Sophie then explains that Robyn has proven so many times that she would do anything to get her out, whilst Sophie has spared Robyn for the greater good countless times. Kaitlyn states that they can cross the bridge when they come to it.
Before long, it's time for the final Power of Veto competition. In each round, a number will flash onto the screen refering to one of the days the Houseguest spent during the house (i.e. 3 = Day 3). The players will then have to race out into a huge foam pit and search for a ball with the event that occured on that numbered day written on it. The last Houseguest to run back to their buzzer with the correct ball will lose a life. Once you lose three lives, you're out. The last one standing will win the final Power of Veto. In the first round, the number 16 comes onto the screen. While most people correctly identify it as the day Joshua and Vicky won HOH, Sam put it as the day of the first Double Eviction, making him the first to lose a life. The second round has the number 57 appear. The Houseguests are confused at first as they cannot find a ball that refers to the day Mellany was evicted. Kaitlyn is the first to catch on when she finds the ball stating "the day Destiny re-entered the game." Robyn is the last one to get this one correct, causing her to lose a life. After many rounds, it comes down to Kaitlyn and Sophie, with only one life left each. The final round displays the number 38 appears on the screen. Sophie is the first to come back with the ball "the day Cochran was first named a replacement nominee," which is incorrect. Kaitlyn brings back "the day Sam won his second POV," which is in fact the correct answer, earning her the POV.
Following the Veto competition, Sophie continues to campaign to Kaitlyn for her to use the Veto to save her, stressing that Robyn is not going to keep her over Sam. Kaitlyn asks why she should she be trusting Sophie's word over Robyn's, prompting Sophie to remind Kaitlyn that it would stupid of Sophie to keep Sam around as she knows Sam would never take her to the end even if she did save him and would piss Kaitlyn off in the process. In the Diary Room, Kaitlyn admits that Sophie is making a valid case, but it's almost too convincing for her liking. She worries that Sophie is too smart to take into the Final Three and fears that despite her hatred for her, would choose to take Robyn to the Final Two over Kaitlyn. Kaitlyn later speaks to Robyn to finalise who Robyn would vote to evict. Robyn pinky swears that she'll vote Sam out if she keeps nominations the same and promises to do what she wants. Kaitlyn admits that she's honestly having some reservations about Sophie and feels it might be best to take her out instead. Robyn tells Kaitlyn that she will vote to evict whoever they agree upon.
At the Live Eviction, Julie asks Kaitlyn to stand and decide what she wants to do with her Power of Veto. Kaitlyn ultimately decides against using it, leaving Sophie and Sam on the block. With her sole vote to evict, Robyn gives a long speech about how she has been targeted all game by one person in particular and says she's not going to waste the opportunity to strike back. With that, Robyn votes to evict Sophie, causing an uproar from the audience. On her way out, Sophie tells Kaitlyn "I f**king told you so" before leaving. During her interview, Sophie reveals that she's going to give Robyn her secret power, saying she feels Kaitlyn doesn't deserve after being so stupid by giving Robyn the sole vote to evict, and Sam is just too dumb.
Week 12 Edit
Episode 35 Part 1 (HOH/Eviction) Edit
Following Sophie's exit from the house, the Final Three celebrate their accomplishment over champagne. Before long though, it's time to begin the first part of the final Head of Household competition. For this competition, Houseguests will have to hold onto a wall using nothing but two foot holds and two hand holds. The last one standing will advance straight to the final part of the HOH competition. For the first ten minutes, the competitors don't seem to have any issues but soon the wall begins to move, tilting forwards. This makes it significantly more difficult, with Robyn in particular struggling to hold her grip. After another ten minutes pass, the wall begins to have some "piping malfunction" and water begins to pour down on the three Houseguests. This makes it even harder to hold on as the wall is now slippery. Sam takes a bit of a slip but recovers, while the strain on her arms proves too difficult and Robyn takes the plunge. Now down to just Sam and Kaitlyn, Sam begins to use intimidation as his tactic, telling Kaitlyn she doesn't have a chance in hell of beating him. Kaitlyn tells him they've got a long way to go. Before long, the two reach the hour mark, then the two-hour mark, and soon the three-hour mark. It becomes clear that the two of them aren't budging. One of Sam's arms' slip but he grabs back on before he falls in a great recovery. Getting tired, Sam whispers to Kaitlyn that she knows that Sam would take her over Robyn, insisting he'd rather take Kaitlyn and lose than let Robyn have a chance of winning. In the Diary Room, Kaitlyn admits that Sam makes a good point, plus she knows that she'd have a better chance of beating Robyn in Part 2 than Sam would. Ultimately, Kaitlyn gives in, crowning Sam the winner of Part 1.
The following morning, Robyn is summoned to the Diary Room. It is revealed that Sophie has decided to give her the power to cancel a juror's vote should she make it to the Final Two. Robyn is shocked that Sophie of all people would give it to her but is thanful nonetheless. Later, Sam and Kaitlyn reconvene to confirm that the two of them would take each other to the end. Kaitlyn tells Sam she doesn't think Robyn deserves it either, while admits in the Diary Room that she's only saying this to try to play into Sam's dislike towards Robyn. Robyn catches the two of them talking and begins to grow suspicious of Kaitlyn, fearing the two were striking a deal. Robyn talks to Kaitlyn later that day to make sure that the two of them are still on board to go to the end together. Kaitlyn agrees, explaining that Sam has far too many friends on the jury and would be an idiot to take him to the end. Robyn agrees, but states in the Diary Room that she feels Kaitlyn is playing both sides, bringing up how it seemed like she might've thrown the first part of the HOH competition to Sam.
Soon, the second part of the HOH competition begins. In this competition, Houseguests are given a big spider web with multiple intersections. At some of these intersections, there is a piece of information relating to some of the Houseguests in the game, for example, "won only one HOH competition". The rest of the intersections will have a gap in them. In order to fill these gaps, Houseguests will use the photos of all the Houseguests of the season only once to complete the spider web so that each Houseguest's photo is connected to facts that are true about them (For example, Terrence might be connected to "evicted the first time they were nominated" and "was never a Have-Not"). Kaitlyn and Robyn will compete one at a time, and the person with the fastest time will win. Robyn is up first. She gets off to a good start, admitting that she is very confident with these types of puzzles. She buzzes in quite quickly but is told she is incorrect. After she switches a few people around, she buzzes in a second time and is correct. During Kaitlyn's turn, she uses the strategy of trial and error. She completes the puzzle quite quickly but buzzes in and is told she is wrong. She does this three more times and gets them wrong each time. Realising she's not getting anywhere, she stops to think about it before switching a few things around. After buzzing in this time, she is correct. In the end, with a time of 12:17, Robyn just edges out Kaitlyn who had a time of 13:46.
Before going to the final part of the HOH competition, Dr. Will returns to host the jury roundtable. First, the jurors talk about Sam's game. Emma admits that since being nominated against his closest ally in the first week, Sam has done a pretty decent job at getting himself to the Final Three. Sophie disagrees with that line of logic, stating the only reason he's still around is because nobody saw him as big enough of a threat to take out. Felicity brings up that he's been extremely impressive in competitions, but Joshua says that doesn't excuse his awful actions in the house, bringing up the mean-spirited things he has said to people. Next, Robyn is up for discussion. Kevin is first to state how Robyn has played a terrible game, seeing her as the biggest goat in the history of the show. Cochran disagrees, feeling she has done well to survive so many times on the block, despite being targeted since the jury phase. Sophie surprisingly states that even though she doesn't like her, she can admit that Robyn has played masterfully, managing to convince so many people to vote for her to stay when she was supposed to be going home. Finally, Kaitlyn is brought up. Jonathon and Joshua feel as though she has played a great under-the-radar game, forming tight bonds with everyone. Joshua admits that everyone in her alliance thought she was their closest ally. Mellany argues that she hasn't really done all that much, which Sophie agrees with, bringing up her "boneheaded" decision not to use the Veto on her at the Final Four.
With the jury roundtable coming to a close, it is officially time for the final HOH competition. In this competition, Julie will begin reading a series of statements made by the jury members, but will leave out the ending. She will then provide two options as to what the ending could be and it is up to the Houseguests to guess which one is correct. If they pick the right ending, they receive a point. The one with the most points will become the Final Head of Household. For the first question, Julie begins reading a statement made by Felicity: "my favourite moment this season was when..." A) we first entered the house or B) the triplet twist was revealed. The correct answer is B, granting both Robyn and Sam a point. After seven more rounds pass, we are down to the final question, with Robyn on 7 points, while Sam is on 6. The final statement is made by Sophie, reading "my biggest regret is..." A) not getting Robyn out of the house when I had the chance or B) using the Veto to save Kaitlyn. Robyn answers A, while Sam puts B. The correct answer ends up being A, crowning Robyn the final HOH of the season.
Back inside, Julie tells Sam and Kaitlyn to take their rightful seats on the nomination chairs and for Robyn to take her place at the head of the room to cast her sole vote to evict. In her speech, Robyn says "obviously this is a hard decision for me since it could very well cost me a million dollars. Throughout this game, I have been loyal to one person since almost the very beginning, and that's you Kaitlyn. And, up until about a couple days ago I was 100% sure I was taking you. But after seeing some things you've been doing, it's put into question; were you really planning on taking me to the end? Because I'm not sure if you would've. Um, (pause) God this is hard. (puts face into hands) Look, I have prided myself on playing a loyal game and whether or not that would have been reciprocated doesn't really matter to me. So, I'm sorry but Sam, I vote to evict you." Upon hearing his name, Sam walks out the door, telling Robyn she just lost herself 500k.
Episode 35 Part 2 (Jury Vote) Edit
As Sam exits the house, the jurors have mixed reactions, with Sophie completely shocked, while Emma is seen looking a little upset that her closest ally wasn't able to make it. To begin the jury questioning, Kaitlyn begins by painting out her game from start to finish, reference her forming a tight bond with Jonathon right away and being able to rope in Robyn and Joshua to form Oddball Central. She then goes on to explain how despite not making quote unquote "big moves", she felt that she didn't have to since she knew that she was in a perfect position within her alliance, having a tight relationship with everyone. She points out that she won three HOHs and always got out her target, and even when she wasn't HOH, for example, when Robyn won the Final HOH, she was still able to use her powers of persuasion to get what she wanted. Robyn, on the other hand, admits she hasn't played perfectly. However, she does say that for the most part, she did do a great job. She refernces how her and Kevin placed themselves in the swing position for weeks until she eventually had to make a decision and decided to stick with those that thought of her as more than just a number. She then goes on to say that she accumulated a bit of a target on her back and was put on the block multiple times. She explains how she was able to convince people time after time not to vote for her, pointing out that she even got her biggest enemy, Sophie, to vote to keep her multiple times.
The jurors begin to grill the finalists, with a few standouts. Sophie asks why Kaitlyn was so stupid not to use the Veto on her at the Final 4. Kaitlyn explains that she felt that Sophie was the only one that could beat her and actually wanted her out of the game since she felt as though Sam and Robyn would both take her to the end regardless. This answer surprises Sophie a little bit, having not expected Kaitlyn to have actually wanted her out. Kevin's question also stands out, asking Robyn why the jury should excuse her awful behaviour towards many of them. Robyn apologises for anything hurtful she may have said, admitting she got a little too heated at times. Once all the questions have been asked, the jurors cast their votes. Just before they are revealed, Julie informs everyone on Robyn's advantage that she received, allowing her to nullify one vote. Robyn decides to make Kevin's vote null, pissing him off greatly. It is revealed that he did indeed vote for Kaitlyn, meaning Robyn made a correct decision. Once the votes have been revealed, Kaitlyn ultimately beats out Robyn in a 7-2 vote, with only Sophie and Cochran voting for the latter. It is also revealed that with an overwhleming 41.67% of the vote, Destiny has been voted America's Favourite Player. Sophie and Joshua tied for second place. The season ends with Kaitlyn being presented with her check followed by Julie informing the audience to stay tuned for next season, which she promises will be even better than this one.