Big Brother 2 is the second season of Jacob Number 1's Big Brother fanon series. It was preceded by Big Brother 1 (JacobN1).
|Big Brother 2 (JacobN1)|
|Author||Jacob Number 1|
|Previous Season||Big Brother 1|
Double HOH: At the start of every week, 2 HOH’s are appointed, and each chooses ONE nominee to put up on the block. Should one of the two nominees be saved with the POV, they will have to decide together a second person to put on the block- if they cannot decide, the HOH whose nominee was saved by the POV will go up on the block in that nominee’s place. This twist will continue up until the final 9, at which point the game will revert back to the normal format.
POV: Every week, after the HOH competition takes place, six contestants, the HOH's, the two nominees, and two more contestants picked by random choice will play in the POV competition. Whoever wins the Golden Power of Veto will have the power to take one of the nominees (including themselves) off the block, forcing the two HOH's to make a decision on who is re-nominated. If they cannot come to a decision the HOH who nominated the person saved with the POV will go up in that person's place.
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Game History Edit
PeVN = Pre-veto nominee
PoVN = Post-veto nominee
DHoH = Dethroned HOH
Week One Edit
14 new houseguests entered the Big Brother house, to play the most complex social experiment on television, for a whole summer.
As soon as they entered the house and were informed of the twists, the houseguests began playing hard, and linking up into pairs. Susan and Darren became very close, Heather and Bryant paired up (due to Bryant's attraction to Heather, and Heather's wish to use him), as did Bryant and Jacques. Taylor and Derek also paired up. Clair and John paired up due to their shared "dork-y-ness", as they called it.
At the first HOH competition, Taylor and Bryant powered through the competition, and the two of them became the first HOH's of the season. The two of them came together and formed an alliance, with Bryant pulling in Heather and Jacques, and Taylor pulling in Derek. They also pulled Clair and John in, and Jackie soon became affiliated with the alliance as well, feeling that she could fit in better with the younger people. This left Susan, Carlos, Jerry, Rhonda, Darren, and Jerilyn on the outside. Jerry began to bother people with his abrasive attitude about "house chores", and what needed to be done to keep the house clean, so he became the first target of the majority alliance.
At the first nomination ceremony, Bryant put up Jerry, and Taylor put up Susan, as a pawn. They wanted to eliminate Jerry, but just as a backup, they felt Susan would be a threat down the line anyways so if she went home it wouldn't be a loss. However, Darren won the POV, and used it on Susan, forcing Taylor and Bryant to come to a decision on who the renom would be, or Taylor would be put up in Susan's place. The two of them decided that putting up Rhonda as the renomination was the best decision, so Rhonda was put up next to Jerry.
However, Rhonda was in no danger, because by the end of the week, Jerry's abrasive attitude had pushed everyone to their limits, and he was unanimously evicted in a 10-0 vote at the end of the week.
Week Two Edit
After only one week in the house, it seemed that alliance lines were already set in stone. Bryant, Heather, Taylor, Derek, and Jacques were a core alliance, and they had John, Clair, and Jackie pulled in with them. Darren, Susan, Jerilyn, Rhonda, and Carlos were on the bottom.
Jacques and Darren won the HOH competition, and each side put up a member of the other alliance, with Darren putting up Bryant and Jacques putting up Susan. However, Derek won the POV and used it to save Bryant. Jacques tried to get Darren to put up Rhonda with him, to ensure one of Susan or Rhonda's evictions, but Darren refused to betray his alliance, saying that loyalty to his friends is more important to him than winning. Jacques respected Darren's mindset, but had to stick with his own alliance, and so the two came to a crossroads. Due to Darren's nominee having been saved, and Darren having been dethroned, since the two of them could not come to a decision, Darren became the second nominee, going up next to Susan.
Jacques wanted to keep Darren around, feeling that he is honorable and worthy of going farther, but his alliance disagreed, thinking that Darren was a bigger threat than Susan. They soon began pushing hard to get Darren evicted, and at the end of the week, it worked. Darren was evicted in a 9-1 vote at the end of the week, with only Rhonda voting to save him.
Week Three Edit
The alliance lines had stayed the same since week one, with Jerilyn, Susan, Rhonda and Carlos staying at the bottom of the house.
Things got worse for the four underdogs when John and Derek both won HOH, meaning that they were once again at the mercy of the majority. The original nominees were Rhonda and Susan, but when Susan won POV, another plan was thrown out there. Clair approached John saying that with Susan winning POV, John could technically strong-arm Derek into putting up Bryant, otherwise Derek himself would go up. Clair wanted her and John to team up with Susan, Rhonda, Jerilyn and Carlos (and Jackie), feeling that they were more trustworthy than the other 5 that they had aligned with. However, John didn't feel the same way, and didn't want to take such a big risk so early on in the game.
Instead, John went along with Derek's plan to put up Carlos as the renomination, feeling that Carlos was a big social threat who could sneak into the house's alliances and go far. Clair, though disappointed that her plan didn't work, went along with what John wanted, not wanting to push him too too hard to do what she wanted, in case he exposed her to the majority. So, Rhonda and Carlos were put on the block.
The majority targeted Carlos at the eviction, and at the end of the week, Carlos was evicted in a 6-2 vote, with Jerilyn and Susan voting for Rhonda, but everyone else voting for Carlos.
Week Four Edit
After three weeks in the house, it was clear to everyone where alliances stood. The core five, Jacques, Derek, Taylor, Bryant, and Heather, were in charge, and Jerilyn, Susan, and Rhonda were stuck on the bottom of the house. When Bryant and Heather both won the HOH competition, it seemed that one of the three minority members would go yet again.
Bryant and Heather had had a budding showmance for the past three weeks in the house, and it appeared to be stronger than ever. With Bryant being the brawn, and Heather being the brains, the two of them had seemed to be in complete control of the house, and now, their power was greater than ever. However, Heather was secretly only using Bryant to her advantage- thought at times he bothered her SO MUCH that she thought of eliminating him.
This week, Bryant wanted to use he and Heather's time alone in the HOH room to their advantage *raises eyebrows suggestively*. Heather didn't want this, and tried to avoid Bryant, but he was persistent. Heather became so sick of Bryant, that she felt she needed to get him out to keep her sanity intact. Heather pulled Clair, Taylor, and Jackie in with her, saying that she thinks the ladies should stick together. Jackie and Taylor agreed out of loyalty, though Clair agreed because it would give her a pass to get out Bryant, Jacques, or Derek without putting a target on her own back.
Heather's plan was to put up Susan and Rhonda with Bryant, but for one of them to use the POV on Bryant's nominee (Rhonda) so that she could disagree with Bryant on the re-nom and force him to go up on the block, where the women could all come together to eliminate him.
Stage 1 of Heather's plan was soon set into motion, with Bryant putting up Rhonda and Heather putting up Susan. Soon, Taylor had won the POV, and used it on Rhonda, putting Bryant in harm's way. Stage 3 was soon enacted, with Heather refusing to go along with Bryant's plan to renominate Jerilyn.
The plan came together, and Bryant was backdoored, and put up next to Susan.
At the eviction, Bryant felt that Heather had gone bonkers, but thought he was still safe, as he believed he had John, Jacques, Derek, Taylor, and Clair still on his side to evict Susan. Unbeknownst to him, Clair, John, and Taylor had ALL flipped, and intended to evict him.
At the end of the week, Bryant was blindsided in a 6-2 vote, with only Jacques and Derek voting to save him.
Week Five Edit
After a whole month in the house, tensions were high. The entire game had just been flipped on its head; the core alliance dismantled. It was now anybody's game.
The seven women still in the house had banded together with John in a temporary truce to target Derek and Jacques, the only two who sided with Bryant. Heather was leading the charge.
However, inter-alliance politics were still going on. In the core 8, there was one trio of Jerilyn, Susan, and Rhonda, and one trio of Heather, Taylor, and Jackie. Clair and John's goal was to play both sides between both of the trios, and secure themselves a strong position.
The two new HOH's were crowned, with Taylor and Jackie winning the coveted position. Taylor nominated Derek, and Jackie nominated Jacques. However, when Derek won the POV, the house was sent into a tailspin.
With the core 8 now having to nominate one of their own, Susan and Rhonda tried to convince Jackie to strong-arm Taylor into renominating Heather, even just as a pawn, just wanting to keep one of themselves safe. Susan figured that since Rhonda, herself, and Jackie were the oldest ladies in the house, they should work together. However, Jackie felt she fit in better with the younger people, and reported Susan and Rhonda's plans back to Heather and Taylor. Taylor and Jackie came to the decision to renominate Rhonda, and Heather began to push for RHONDA's elimination, feeling that if Rhonda is coming after her, there is no reason she should stick with the women's alliance.
With Rhonda and Jacques up on the block, the rest of the houseguests began scrambling to see who would go home. Heather and Derek were on the same side once again, wanting to get out Rhonda, while Susan and Jerilyn, though shocked that Rhonda was up on the block, continued to push to keep the women together and eliminate Jacques. Clair and John found themselves in the middle, having to make a choice. They felt that Jacques was not as close to them as Rhonda, but that dismantling the Rhonda/Jerilyn/Susan trio might be a good move for their games.
In the end, Clair and John went with Heather's plan to eliminate Rhonda, and in a shocking 4-2 vote, Rhonda was blindsided.
Week Six Edit
[At the beginning of week six, Julie announced to the houseguests that the double HOH twist is now over, and they will go back to the regular BB format. She also congratulated the remaining 9 on making it to the jury stage.]
After five whole weeks in the game, it seemed that the majority alliance now consisted of Heather, Jackie, Taylor, Clair, and John. Jerilyn and Susan, and Jacques and Derek, were two pairs, and were both on the outside. Susan and Jerilyn were the next targets, because Taylor and Heather also had connections to Jacques and Derek, and felt that they could use them.
Clair ended up winning the HOH, and it appeared that Susan and Jerilyn were in grave danger. However, Susan approached Clair, pleading with her and John to join Jerilyn and herself. Clair was ready to make a move as well, as she trusted Susan more than Heather, and knew that Heather, Taylor, and Jackie would steamroll over everyone to the end if they were not stopped now. So, Clair put Heather and Taylor up on the block.
After a tough POV competition, Jerilyn managed to win the coveted golden veto, and stuck with her alliance's plan, not using the veto.
It seemed that Heather was slated to go next, but Heather threw Taylor under the bus to Clair and Susan, saying that she will work with them if they save her, because she has no one, and Taylor by comparison is the one who has Jacques and Derek in her back pocket. They considered this, and in the end decided that it would be a better strategic move to keep Heather around.
At the eviction, Susan, Jerilyn, John, and Jackie all voted for Taylor, while Jacques and Derek voted for Heather, sending Taylor to the sequester house in a 4-2 vote, and making her the first member of the jury.
Week Seven Edit
With only 8 people in the game, and the jury just having begun, the houseguests were playing harder than ever. Clair, John, Susan and Jerilyn seemed to be the new, dominant alliance in the house, and Heather had pledged to work with them last round. However, Heather believed Clair to be a traitor, and a sneak, so she went to Jacques, Derek, and Jackie and tried to get the four of them together against Clair.
Jacques ended up winning the HOH. Clair, knowing now that her alliance with Heather is useless and that one of the two of them would end up going up with one of their allies, threw Heather under the bus to Jacques, and Heather did the same. Jacques, however, was sick of the lying and deception, deciding to make his reign as HOH, "exposure week". He put up both Clair and Heather together, and exposed the two of them for lying to each other, officially turning them against each other. Jacques claimed that if one of them has the POV used on them, their side "wins" and he will put up someone from the other nominee's side of the house.
Heather knew that this was do or die, and fought her butt off to win the POV, managing to win it. She used it on herself, and Jacques stuck by his claim, putting up John next to Clair.
It seemed that Clair was doomed. Jerilyn and Susan supported her over John, but Heather and Jackie were pushing for her to leave. The swing vote was Derek. Though Derek was expected to vote for Clair, he was potentially swayed because he wanted to keep the rivalry between Clair and Heather alive, so that he does not become a target himself. Clair approached him, and pleaded with him to keep her safe. In the end, Derek made the decision to keep Clair around, seeing her as a useful ally who will keep the target off of his own back.
At the eviction, John was sent home in a 3-2 vote, and became the second member of the jury, shocking Heather, who believed Clair was leaving.
Week Eight Edit
After the chaos of week 7, alliances were fluid. Jerilyn and Susan were still together, as were Jackie and Heather, but there were no large alliances. However, a secret pact between Clair and Derek had formed after Derek saved her at the final 8.
Jackie managed to win the next HOH, and looked to Heather for advice on what to do. Although Clair and Heather had turned against each other the previous round, Heather was more annoyed with Jacques, whose performance last round bothered her. She felt that he had a holier-than-thou attitude and was a hypocrite, because even though he had acted like he was above it all, he still turned Clair and Heather against each other, which Heather felt had been a sneaky strategic maneuver. Hey alrether and Jackie approached Clair for a truce, so that they could put up Jacques and eliminate him.
Jackie put up Jacques and Derek, with Derek being put up as a pawn. Clair won the POV, however, and to prove her loyalty to Derek, used the POV on him (telling the rest of the houseguests that it was to pay him back for saving her). Jackie put Susan up as the replacement, but she was in no danger, as the plan to take out Jacques was already in motion.
At the eviction ceremony, Jacques was unanimously evicted, and was sent off to the sequester house, becoming the third member of the jury.