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The Spying Machine
Season 2
Name Entry Exit      
Sami Day 1  Day 90   
Eddie Day 1  Day 90   
Justine Day 1  Day 90   
Mirco Day 1  Day 84   
Shane Day 1  Day 77   
Perri Day 1  Day 70   
Joshua Day 1  Day 63   
Tristan Day 1  Day 56   
Mike Day 1  Day 49   
Chloe Day 1  Day 42   
Shay Day 1  Day 35   
Tabea Day 1  Day 28   
Javi Day 1  Day 28   
Aaron Day 1  Day 21   
Lilly Day 1  Day 14   
Katherine Day 1  Day 7   
Legend
Up for eviction
Evicted
Winner
Jury Member
Big Brother 2 (Matpeng)
2
Author Matpeng
Season 2
Days 90
House Guests 16
Winner Sami Merabet
Runner(s)-up Eddie Shields
Fanon Chronology
Previous Season The Spying Machine - Season 1
Next Season The Spying Machine - Season 3

This is the second season of a New Big Brother Franchise hosted by Matpeng. This season of Big Brother - The Spying Machine has 16 housemates.

Twists

  • Double Eviction: A double eviction will take place at some point in the game. An entire week of Big Brother will be hold in one single night, with HOH and POV Competitions as well as an eviction. (Week 4)
  • Jury of 9, Final 2: Self-explanatory.
  • The Golden Big Brother Key: At some point in the game, the houseguests will compete to earn a Golden BB Key that will grant them safety for the week. This twist will be used three times and each time, two Golden BB Key will be granted. (Week 3, 5, 7)
  • Fake Instant Eviction: (Sweet Revenge Twist) An instant eviction will take place at some point in the game, that is to say that the HOH wil nominate two houseguests for eviction and one of them will be immediately evicted. However, the evictee will not really be out of the house for good. He will be hidden from the other houseguests and become HOH for the rest of the week. (Week 8)

Houseguests

Click on the housemates' picture to learn a bit more about their personnality and how they played the game.

Sami
 Winner 
 
Sami
Eddie
 Runner-Up 
 
Eddie
Justine
 Jury: Eddie 
 
Justine
Mirco
 Jury: Sami 
 
Mirco
Shane
 Jury: Sami 
 
Shane
Perri
 Jury: Sami 
 
Perri
Joshua
 Jury: Sami 
 
Joshua
Tristan
 Jury: Sami 
 
Tristan
Mike
 Jury: Sami 
 
Mike
Chloe
 Jury: Eddie 
 
Chloe
Shay
 Jury: Sami 
 
Shay
Tabea
 Evicted 
 
Tabea
Javi
 Evicted 
 
Javi
Aaron
 Evicted 
 
Aaron
Lilly
 Evicted 
 
Lilly
Katherine
 Evicted 
 
Katherine

Have/Have-Nots History

Week Eddie Justine Mirco Perri Sami Shane Joshua Tristan Mike Chloe Shay Tabea Javi Aaron Lilly Katherine
1 HOH
2 HOH
3 HOH
4 HOH
5 HOH
6 HOH
7 HOH
8 + HOH
9 HOH

"+" : On Week 8, Eddie was chosen as Have-Not by HOH Tristan before winning HOH herself during the second Round of the week. That's why she gave up her Have-Not status.


Nomination Table

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 FINALE Eviction
votes
received
Regular Double Fake Regular Day 84 Day 90
Head of
Household
Javi Shane Tabea Shane Justine Mirco Sami Shane Tristan Eddie Shane Justine Sami Justine Sami
Nominations
(pre-veto)
Katherine
Lilly
Lilly
Shay
Aaron
Tristan
Eddie
Tabea
Eddie
Tabea
Sami
Shay
Chloe
Tristan
Joshua
Mike
Eddie
Sami
Shane
Tristan
Eddie
Perri
Eddie
Perri
Eddie
Justine
Mirco
Sami
Eddie
Justine
Veto Winner Tabea Justine Tristan Shane Eddie Shane Mirco Joshua Shane Sami Shane Sami Justine
Nominations
(post-veto)
Katherine
Lilly
Eddie
Lilly
Aaron
Chloe
Javi
Tabea
Perri
Tabea
Sami
Shay
Chloe
Tristan
Mike
Perri
Mirco
Tristan
Eddie
Joshua
Perri
Sami
Justine
Shane
Mirco
Sami
Sami Lilly Lilly Aaron Tabea Tabea Nominated Head of Household GBBK
Mike
Nominated Mirco Joshua Nominated Head of Household Nominated Justine Winner 5
Eddie Lilly Nominated Aaron Vetoed
Tabea
Vetoed
Tabea
Shay Tristan Mike Nominated Head of Household Nominated Vetoed
Perri
Vetoed
Shane
Mirco Nominated Runner-Up 3
Justine Katherine Lilly GBBK
Aaron
Javi Head of Household Sami Chloe GBBK
Perri
Sami Tristan Joshua Head of Household Nominated Head of Household Nominated Eddie 1
Mirco Katherine Lilly GBBK
Aaron
Javi Perri Head of Household Chloe Mike Sami Nominated Joshua Sami Shane Nominated Evicted
(Day 84)
Sami 2
Shane Katherine Head of Household Aaron Javi Perri Sami Chloe Head of Household Eddie Vetoed
Tristan
Head of Household Perri Nominated Evicted
(Day 77)
Sami 2
Perri Katherine Lilly Aaron Tabea Nominated GBBK
Shay
Tristan Nominated Eddie Tristan Vetoed
Joshua
Nominated Evicted
(Day 70)
Sami 7
Joshua Katherine Lilly Chloe Javi Tabea Shay Tristan Vetoed
Mike
Eddie Tristan Nominated Evicted
(Day 63)
Sami 4
Tristan Katherine Lilly Vetoed
Aaron
Javi Tabea GBBK
Shay
Nominated Perri Head of Household Nominated Evicted
(Day 56)
Sami 7
Mike Lilly Lilly Aaron Tabea Tabea Shay Chloe Nominated Evicted
(Day 49)
Sami 4
Chloe Katherine Lilly Nominated Javi Perri Shay Nominated Evicted
(Day 42)
Eddie 5
Shay Lilly Vetoed
Lilly
Aaron Tabea Tabea Nominated Evicted
(Day 35)
Sami 6
Tabea Lilly Lilly Head of Household Nominated Nominated Evicted
(Day 28)
11
Javi Head of Household Lilly Aaron Nominated Evicted
(Day 28)
6
Aaron Katherine Lilly Nominated Evicted
(Day 21)
10
Lilly Nominated Nominated Evicted
(Day 14)
17
Katherine Nominated Evicted
(Day 7)
8
Evicted Katherine
8 of 13 votes
Lilly
12 of 12 votes
Aaron
10 of 11 votes
Javi
6 of 11 votes
Tabea
6 of 9 votes
Shay
6 of 8 votes
Chloe
4 of 7 votes
Mike
4 of 6 votes
Eddie
3 of 5 votes
Tristan
4 of 5 votes
Joshua
4 of 4 votes
Perri
2 of 3 votes
Shane
2 of 2 votes
Mirco
1 of 1 votes
Justine
1 of 1 votes
Eddie
2 of 9 votes
Sami
7 of 9 votes

Weekly Summary

Week 1

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 1 Javi
Javi
Katherine Lilly
Katherine & Lilly
Tabea
Tabea
Katherine Lilly
Katherine & Lilly
Katherine
Katherine

After the (relative) success of the first season, The Spying Machine was reactivated and 16 new castaways entered a redesigned Big Brother House. No twist was revealed on Launch Night, but the Host told them that they should definitely expect some twists along the road. They all embarked for a crazy summer.

The first HOH Competition was held on Launch Night and the rules were simple : a huge cylinder was installed in the garden and the houseguests' goal was to hold on tight the longest to earn the title of first HOH of the summer. However, if they were in the first four to fall off, they would be Have-Not for the entire week. During the first seven minutes, Shay, Chloe, Aaron and Kat fell down, thus becoming Have-Nots. The other candidates battled it out for a long time. After one hour and a half, all the housemates but Justine, the 25-year-old surfer, Shane, the Model from Utah and Javi, the young Mexican-American worker were down. These three were fighting hard for the first HOH of the season. As it became more and more difficult to hold down, Shane negotiated safety with the other two and fell down. He was soon to be followed by Justine, leaving Javi as a first HOH of the summer. He declared in a confessional that he intended to stay loyal to his promise and keep his two main opponents safe during the first week.

Then, the 16 candidates celebrated their first night in the house. Rapidly, a few personalities seemed to stand out of the crowd : Mirco, the loud and self-described ladies' man, Josh, the token "Bro-guy", Lilly, the over-thinker, over-strategizer or even Kat, the oldest housemates, a Nanny from Massachussets who could be noticed to her discretion. She was obviously set back.

The Premiere also showed the first alliance making with Mirco forming a pact with three other players, Perri, Eddie and Javi who had just won HOH. Everybody seemed extatic with that and they became the Four Aces. We were also shown that a group of younger people was forming with Justine, Shane, Josh, Tristan and Chloe. It wasn't really an alliance, just a bunch of people getting to know each other. Eventually, the first episode focused on the bond between Shay and Kat. In a confessional, Shay was noting that her friend felt a bit out of the loop and that's why she did her best to integrate her in the group. She also insisted on the fact that she had the social game on point and that integrating the underdogs was crucial to have a strong social game.

Later, when the Nominations were looming, there was various group coming to the HOH room trying to influence Javi in his nominations. The young man was assessing the situation with ally Perri, as well as Sami, Tabea and Mike, the oldest man in the house. They considered putting both Shay and Kat on the block because they looked like two lone dogs and nobody would be upset with their nomination. Nevertheless, Lilly came in at some point and tried to pitch her own agenda, which included the nomination of Justine. She handled the discussion with a lack of finesse and everybody saw right through her. When she left the room, the others made fun of her, but a few of them were a bit offended.

In the end, Javi chose to nominate Lilly and Kat, using the pretext that he hadn't had the time to know them the way he had with others. They seemed to react well, Katherine expected her name to come up and Lilly was obviously pissed off but she accepted with dignity... for a while ! She complained a lot about it to Eddie, Shay and Kat who all described her as a whiner or as somebody they could not trust a hundred percent.

For the POV Competition, Tristan, Tabea and Joshua were selected to compete. In this Comp, they had to spell the longest english word with correct grammar. Only Tabea and Kat's word were correct, but Tabea's was the longest with only 6 letters. Therefore she unexpectedly won the POV.

Lilly tried to convince the POV Holder to use the POV on her but she saw that Tabea was reluctant. She really wanted to avoid getting blood on her hands on the first week.

From that point, she decided to raise a "rebellious movement" as she called it herself and gathered Chloe, Mirco, Justine, Shane, Josh, Perri, Tristan and Aaron in the Have-Nots room. She pleaded her case and asked them to save her. She said that together they were a strong force and that they could cominate the game all summer long. Mirco proposed to create a majority alliance, and most of them agreed. That's how the Peanuts' Squad was formed. They immediately decided to target what they already described as the other side of the house, Shay, Eddie, Sami, Mike and even HOH Javi. Mirco said that Tabea was a coward not to use her POV and that she was a floater, just like "her asian counterpart" from last season, Darrah. This comment made a lot of the young people laugh, except for Perri who began to grow suspicious of the young man's antics. She obviously feels bad to play both Eddie and Javi, however, she declares in a confessional that staying with the majority is in her best interest right now.

The "other side" of the house was obviously targetting Lilly who they were so annoyed by. At the eviction ceremony, they were obviously shocked when Kat was given the boot by a vote of 8 to 5. They were also worried by the fact that in her Eviction speech, Lilly had promised to seek revenge on the people that wanted her gone and with her staying, a lot of them felt in trouble. However, she was also mocked by a important group of houseguests' who made fun of her drama queen antics. In a confessional, Justine admitted that even though she formed a majority alliance, Lilly was still on her radar and should go rather sooner than later.

Week 2

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 2 Shane
Shane
Lilly Shay
Lilly & Shay
Justine
Justine
Eddie Lilly
Eddie & Lilly
Lilly
Lilly

Following Kat's eviction, Lilly was bragging about her people's skills and how she was going after people in the minority. Shay looked utterly saddened as she just lost her number 1 allies and kept repeating "We're screwed" to the houseguests comforting her. Irritated by her attitude, Sami attacked violently the young woman who kept provoking him. They caused a row with bpth players yelling at each other. Eddie, Shane and Mike had to intervene to separate them. When they calmed down, Justine denounced Lilly's behaviour in front off the whole house and that is on this tense atmosphere that the housemates competed in the second HOH Competition of the summer.

The houseguests had to walk through a slippery alley to fill a small jar with berry jam but they could only use their hands. There was a smaller jar that the houseguests could fill to win $1.000. Mike, Chloe, Mirco and Tristan went for the smaller jar while the others went for the biggest one. The money prize was won by Tristan who outlasted his ally Chloe by only a few seconds. In the main race, it was a tense battle and two houseguests had an early lead, Sami and Shane, the two biggest guys. They were challenged by Josh for a moment but he was eventually distanced. Shane who had smaller fingers introduced his in the jar to retrieve the ball and win HOH. It was a risky move but he earned the title of HOH seconds before his main rival, who was fuming after he was defeated. Lilly felt good that Sami had lost and was convinced that he would be shown the door after their argument.

As HOH, Shane named Javi, Tabea, Mike and Tristan who had volunteered the Have-Nots for the week.

During the next days, the entire house filed in the HOH room trying to influence Shane's decision. The majority alliance of the Peanuts' Squad pushed for Sami and Shay to be nominated, however, the HOH did not want to burn bridges with the "other side" too quickly. His main ally, Justine who he had started a kind of "flirtmance" with advised him to nominate Lilly who she sees at a trouble maker. Thanks to her popularity among the Peanuts' Squad, Justine's choice was backed by Perri, Mirco and Tristan. He took a long time to think about it and eventually decided to nominate both Shay and Lilly. The latter was shocked to be nominated again and she insulted Shane, branding him a coward and a traitor.

Sami was thankful and gave his loyalty to Shane after this ballsy move. He went to HOH room with Mike and together with the HOH, they formed a new alliance : Tre Guapos. Meanwhile, Aaron, Chloe and Josh who felt blindsided by Shane's nominations created their own pact within the Peanuts' Squad called The Middle. The goal of this alliance was to ride the Middle for a long time and witness both sides of the house go at war while themselves were spared from nominations.

Mirco, Justine and Javi were chosen to participate in the veto Competition along with the HOH and the two nominees. The players had to slide on a water slide and then retrieve some puzzle pieces ghidden in the backyard. The housemate whose time to finish the puzzle was the shortest would with the POV. The young surfing instructor Justine won the POV. At first, she was determined not to use it, however, her allies and mainly Mirco tried to convince her that not playing it would be a lack of courage and gameplay. That's why she started contemplating using it.

Shay pleaded her case to the young woman, using the argument that she was now alone in the house, waiting to have somebody to give some loyalty. Lilly on the other hand was confident in her chances and thought that she would stay no matter what. That bragging attitude outraged the young surfer and she decided to use the POV. Shane tried to convince her not to use it but he was later convinced when Shay told him she would have both their back if the POV was used. Therefore, Justine used her POV and saved Shay.

The most difficult for Shane was to find a replacement nominee. He asked the entire Peanuts' Squad minus Lilly about it and Mirco proposed the name of Eddie who he deemed dangerous and likeable. Later on, Perri confronted him with what she considered being a betrayal to the Four Aces but he assured her that Eddie would not go anyways. Affirming that, he tried to seduce and flirt with Perri but she rejected him a bit coldly. That was a bit of cold shower for the young man who describes himself as a casanova.

Eddie was nominated alongside Lilly, and since Shane had not yet precised who he was targetting, she began to feel anxious. She gathered Sami, the luckiest player of the week, Shay, Javi and Tabea to make sure they were voting to keep her. They all agreed and Javi proposed the creation of a new alliance. They came up with the name Cosa Nostra. In the mean time, Justine and Shane tried to rally their troops against Lilly who had promised to sabotage their game until she left, and to make sure they were the newt to go if she wasn't evicted.

Her threats were not efficient as she was unanimously evicted from the house.

Week 3

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 3 Tabea
Tabea
Aaron Tristan
Aaron & Tristan
Tristan
Tristan
Aaron Chloe
Aaron & Chloe
Aaron
Aaron

After Lilly's eviction from the house, the housemates competed in a challenge that required luck. They had to roll a ball on a big slide to land it in a box with a number associated. The highest scorer would get HOH while the lowest four would become Have-Nots. There was also two yellow boxes that could grant a special power to the players whose ball would land in them. Tabea unexpectedly won the HOH title, scoring a maximum of 25 points. On the other hand, Shane, Mike, Perri and Chloe scored the lowest, thus becoming Have-Nots. Justine and Mirco won the first Golden BB Key ensuring them safety for the week, by landing their ball in the yellow boxes.

Right after the HOH Competition, the newly founded Cosa Nostra alliance celebrated Tabea's win and power shift in the house. They were now able to go after someone from the other side of the house. Javi and Eddie Shields were preaching to the new HOH to go after a powerful and strong competitor namely Shane while Sami and Shay who botth made deals with him the previous week were trying to convince her that it would be wiser to go after under-the-radar player that could become long-term threats.

Tabea had a rather hard time as HOH as she would have prefered to lay low for a couple more weeks. With two challenge victory since the beginning of the game she was now a massive threat for the other side of the house and mainly Mirco, who, relieved by the Golden Key launched an open campaign against the young woman. It seems like she wasn't a floater in his eyes anmore but on the contrary, a massive threat.

Anxious, Tabea consulted her alliance numerous times, changing her target several times a day. Almost everybody in her alliance was comforting her and advising her to go with her gut. They instructed her not to nominate Perri who they felt could be switched more easily. Eventually, she named Aaron and Tristan as they represented a middle ground in the house that she felt threatened by.

For the POV Competition, Mike, Javi and Mirco were selected to participate but neither of them won the coveted prize. Fueled by the risks of being given an early boot, Tristan gave it his all and won that competition that required mental strength - the players had to navigate a ball through a maze a hundred times. He celebrated his victory with Chloe, flirting in the cold Have-Not room. These two were fancying each other for several days and they shared the first kiss of the season befoe the HOH room's camera. They were soon to be followed by Shane and Justine who locked lips during a game of Truth or Dare.

It wa obvious that Tristan was going to use the POV on himself and therefore, the entire house was wondering on who HOH Tabea would pull the trigger. While Javi was campaigning hard for a competition threat such as Josh or Shane to go on the block, Sami was preaching for "more subtelty" and advise her to name another middle-ground player. She ruled in the pilot's favor, nominating Chloe as replacement nominee. The latter broke up in tears and Tristan was fuming hard against the HOH. He was a bit rude to her gaemplay and made her cry too, but he later apologize, not wanting her side of the house to get upset with the upcoming eviction and his girl potentially going out the door.

Both nominee agreed not to campaign too much against each other as they were really friends. Aaron still fought for Josh's vote, leading to an emotional confessional from the Hotel Manager who admitted he was not used to hang out with people like Aaron and he really hoped the guy would stay. However, Tristan did an efficient campaign to save Chloe, and when Cosa Nostra learnt that the Peanuts' Squad would vote Aaron out, they decided to go with the majority. He was voted out by a vote of 10 to 1.

Week 4

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 4
(Round 1)
Shane
Shane
Eddie Tabea
Eddie & Tabea
Shane
Shane
Javi Tabea
Javi & Tabea
Javi
Javi

The atmosphere was a lot heavier after Aaron's eviction, and for the first time this season, the eviction vote provoked more concerns. Josh clearly was brooding, definitely feeling on the outs, Chloe seemed to resent him for his vote and Eddie confessed to Justine that sending the young man home was one of the hardest thing she has done in her life knowing how sad he would be. The Middle alliance seemed definitely over from that point.

The houseguests had to concentrate though because the next HOH competition started right afetrwards. The players had to navigate ten egg through a set of railings without dropping them. Once again, Shane pulled out a win after a tense battle against Javi and Mike who were both playing hard. Their efforts were not sufficient to prevent him from winning his second HOH Competition of the summer. In a confessional, he joked on the fact that the HOH room did not wanted him to leave, but he also stated that his duty would be harder this week than the previous one.

The Have-Nots for that week were Joshua, Mirco, Eddie, and once again, Mike.

Josh talked with Shane and Justine about how he felt on the outs and he distrusted some players from the Peanuts' Squad. Both of them agreed, however they seemed reluctant to target "one of their own" after the exit of two members of the Squad. They were still keeping their options open though.

Later on, Shane had a strategy talk with what he considered being the core of the Peanuts' Squad, his showmance Justine, Perri and Mirco. For them, it was a no-brainer and a strong guy from the other side of the house needed to go. Therefore, Javi was an all-designated target. Mirco tried to push for a Sami nomination, however, the HOH decided to stay true to his Tre Guapos alliance. He chose to nominate Eddie and Tabea who he deemed the strongest threats on the other side, as well as the perfect pawns for a Javi's blindside.

Everything went according to Shane's plan when he earned the POV. Her severe defeat distraught Tabea who thought she was going home after her HOH win last week. She started to annoy many of her fellow housemates who were fed up with her emotions and recurring crying when she was in no immediate danger. At some point, Sami even mentionned to his allies Shay and Mike the option of cutting her loose even though she was a competition asset for their team.

At the POV Ceremony, Shane removed Eddie from the chopping block and replaced her with Javi who was nothing but shocked about it. He was determined to fight for his game and with Tabea's antics, he definitely stood a chance. He managed to convince his alliance members from Cosa Nostra to flip on the young woman very rapidly and he later came to the other side of the house. Helped by Sami, he worked Perri to make her jump ship and after they explained to her how they could get the number for her for a long time if she decided to play the middle, she promised to talk about the possibility with what she called the HOH Couple.

Shane and Justine were definitely the swing votes and at some point, they were tempted to vote out Tabea. Nevertheless, they came up with another plan, letting Perri who was the only Peanuts' Squad member whose social game was better than theirs. Indeed, Mirco liked to think that he was a Casanova and a people person, but everybody was mocking him off, Chloe and Tristan were enjoying fully their showmance, alientaing themselves from the rest of the group while Josh has become to suspicious of everybody to be trustworthy. By letting Perri jump ship alone they would make her a bigger target for the next HOHs without getting dirty.

Therefore, Javi was still evicted by a vote of 6 to 5, receiving the votes of Perri, Sami, Mike, Shay and Eddie. Shane had to broke the tie in favor of Tabea

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 4
(Round 2)
Justine
Justine
Eddie Tabea
Eddie & Tabea
Eddie
Eddie
Perri Tabea
Perri & Tabea
Tabea
Tabea

A few minutes later, the houseguests discovered they would face a sudden double eviction. In one night, a new HOH Competition would be hold as well as a POV and an eviction. The HOH Competition was about a series of pictures that Big Brother had shown the houseguests a few hours earlier. Justine came out on top and won her first HOH of the summer.

After a brief discussion with her partner Shane, she nominated Eddie and Tabea for the same reasons that her friend at the beginning of the week. During the POV Competition, Eddie was the fastest and won her first Competition of the summer. She removed herself from the block.

Justine then had to make a difficult decision and she decided to execute the masterplan she had prepared with Shane by nominating Perri, using the reason that she flipped and was not to be trusted. The young woman, who had been surprised by Javi's exit was now compeletely astonished. She had a few minutes to think about it and when the time of doing her Eviction Vote Speech, she threw Justine and Shane under the bus, revealing how they fractured the majority alliance by getting after Lilly in the first place and now trying to isolate her from the rest of the group.

All this drama was overwhelming for the remaining players, but Shay and Sami, the apparent leaders of Cosa Nostra decided to believe her and eventually, they all voted to keep her in the game. Even Tristan and Joshua voted to keep Perri in the game, not understanding well the goal of Justine. Eventually, Tabea was voted out by a vote of 6 to 3, only recuperating the votes of Shane, Mirco and Chloe Jackman-Lee.

Week 5

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 5 Mirco
Mirco
Sami Shay
Sami & Shay
Shane
Shane
Sami Shay
Sami & Shay
Shay
Shay

After that violent double eviction night, the eleven remaining housemates learnt two good news. First, they would be given a day off before the New HOH Competition, allowing them to relax from the strategic and physical parts of the game. Second, they were now all members of the Jury that will eventually vote for the winner of the game. Eddie welcomed this news with a lot of emotion while Shay had a confessional about how she wanted to keep her head in the game after their terrible night. Perri was still shocked about the outcome of Justine's HOH and she felt played by her allies. She really considered flipping on them from that point.

Determined to have her revenge,she admitted that she would let her allies do some damage control before acting. Obviously after they failed to eliminate her, both Justine and Shane were worried about what would happen next feeling their majority crumble below them. They delayed their damage control a bit too much, trying to find the best corner to start the convesation making them even more suspicious. Shane eventually went to apologize to her and admitted he had been afraid of her and might have wanted her out at some point. His showmance, on the other hand, denied it firmly and Perri swore to get her vengeance sooner or later.

During the HOH Competition, the remaining players had to stay on a small moving platform while Big Brother were throwing them some stuff. The usual "challenge beasts" crumbled quickly under pressure, leaving Perri and Mirco Djorkaev for an epic shodown. She finally jumped after being reassured by him that he would not go after her. Therefore, the young man won his first HOH of the summer and he chose Shay, Eddie, Josh and Sami as the Have-Nots.

Afterwhile, Sami and his sidekick Mike confronted Perri about the reasons that caused the majority to dismantle so quickly. They felt a lot safer after the events of the double eviction night, and were a bit too over-confident. The young women noticed it and underlined it in a confessional, although she admitted that these two guys might be her best options going forward. She thanked them for keeping her in and assured them she would stay loyal to them.

In the mean time, HOH Mirco had gathered the rest of the Peanuts' Squad in his HOH suite. They discussed nominations together and what could happen next with Perri and most of them agreed on the fact that she was not really a danger for them, being a sterotypical "dumb blonde". It should be noted that she flirted a lot with Mirco, who blinded by his so-called "flirting skills" did not get that she was playing him. They came to the conclusion that there were bigger fish to fry.

When a new competition was organized in the form of a treasure hunt, Tristan and Perri earned their own Golden Big Brother Key, granting them Immunity for the weel. Right after that, Mirco nominated Shay and Sami for eviction. The latter was particularly shocked of this nomination but he promised to fight with his life for the Veto Competition.

The 6 housemates participating had to associate statements from the evicted houseguests delivered in the secrecy of the Diary Room. Both Sami and Shane proved that they knew their former housemates rather well, but the latter was fastest and won himself the Power of Veto. Obviously, he was determined not to use it to avoid causing more waves. Still, Sami tried to influence him using the Tre Guapos alliance they once formed with Mike whereas Shay recalled him that she had been loyal to him and his girl since Kat's eviction on the first week. Their preaching was unefficient though as the POV wasn't played.

Being nominated together was a bit hard for Shay and Sami but they both reckoned the threats that their adversary was to their own game later on. They campiagn hard to stay in the house, with Shay securing herself the votes of Shane and Justine and Sami convincing Eddie, Mike and Perri that he was less of a liability for their side of the house than his fellow nominee. That left the showmance of Chloe and Tristan as the swing votes (Mirco would have voted for Sami while breaking the tie).

Sami succeeded in securing their votes when he used the arguments that their own allies, the other showmance of the house would turn on them sooner or later. They flipped and voted to evict Shay, isolating the other members of the Peanuts' Squad. With Josh also voting to keep Sami, Shay was evicted by a vote of 6 to 2...

Week 6

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 6 Sami
Sami
Chloe Tristan
Chloe & Tristan
Mirco
Mirco
Chloe Tristan
Chloe & Tristan
Chloe
Chloe

There were high stakes for the houseguests coming into the sixth week. First of all, the nine remaining players at the end of the week would have reached the exact half duration of the game. Then, the alliance had to recompose themselves after being completely destructured during the previous weeks. Cosa Nostra, with only two members left was officially disbanded while the Tre Guapos wasn't really a strong unit. The Peanuts' Squad was severely weakened. Eventually, a new alliance was formed a few hours before the last eviction composed of Sami, Josh, Perri, and Eddie. They came up with the name "the Iron Pact".

At this point in the game, almost all the remaining players had a strong alliance and majority supporting them except for Mike whose only real alliance was Sami, who he trusted since even before Tre Guapos was formed. When Sami won his first HOH of the summer, answering correctly to several questions about what the viewing public was thinking about the remaining players, Mike who had been labelled as a floater by America decided that it was time to step up his game. With his best friend in power, it would be easier.

Therefore, HOH Sami was torn between two alliances that were promoted two very different agendas. Whereas Mike preached for his friend to target Shane and Justine in order to ensure the exit of one of them, the Iron Pact was distrusting Mirco that they established a plan to backdoor him. Feeling the pressure of the majority, Sami chose two pawns who were kind of dangerous in their own way, as a showmance : Chloe and Tristan.

Earlier, Sami had named Justine, Mirco, Tristan and Shane as the Have-Nots for the week.

Knowing that neither of them would go home, the two nominees did not fight their hardest in the POV Competition, and even Sami confident in his gameplay did not give his all. The Players of this Competition had to replicate a series of posters representing the 16 houseguests as freaks. Eventually, Mirco pulled another victory, much to Perri's despair (she was really annoyed by his flirting act and his POV win would let him stay one week longer).

Mirco had a tough decision to make. Either he used his Power and save one of the nominee, knowing that Sami and his allies would go after his own allies Justine and Shane, or he could side with them and refuse to use the POV knowing that one of his alliance would obviously go home. Finally, he decided the second option and he kept the nominations the same, upsetting the Iron Pact who felt that they should have gone after bigger threats.

The next days, the remaining members of the Peanuts' Squad decided that they would save Tristan who was definitely a bigger challenge threat for the other side of the house. On the other hand, the three members of the Iron Pact would vote to keep Chloe in the house. That left Mike as the deciding vote. He chose to eliminate Chloe who he disliked strongly. His reasoning was that he might align with Tristan at some point while he would not align with her. She left the house receiving four out of seven votes.

Week 7

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 7 Shane
Shane
Joshua Mike
Joshua & Mike
Joshua
Joshua
Mike Perri
Mike & Perri
Mike
Mike

Just after Chloe's tearful eviction from the house, the 9 remaining houseguests played in a particular competition which required them to answer correctly to a series of riddles. The winners, Justine and Sami earned the last two Golden Big Brother Key which made them safe for the week while preventing them from participating in the HOH Competition. Then, Big Brother offered them to exchange their key with the houseguests of their choice but both of them decided to keep it.

The other players competed in an Adventure-themed endurance competition. They had to stand on a small platform for the longest amount of time. Physical threat Shane won another HOH Competition, causing the anger among the opposing alliance which was regretting not getting rid of him and his showmance earlier. Week 7 would be another week of power for Shane and Justine as well as their right-hand man Mirco. The new HOH chose Sami, Perri and Mike as the Have-Nots.

Mike, a fourth-time Have-Not then had a breakdown and rowed with the new HOH, branding him with very insulting words. Even his allies denounced his words. The man felt really betrayed by his ally from the Tre Guapos alliance and decided to defect from the alliance. He then began spreading rumors around the house about this all-guys alliance, causing distrust between Mirco and the Showmance as well as between Perri and her new number one ally Sami. Even Eddie Shields and Josh began to distance themselves from the former HOH.

Meanwhile, Shane was weighing his options with Tristan, Justine and Mirco. They all wanted to go after Perri after they failed to get her out on the Double eviction night, however the havoc caused by Mike began to worry them. They decided to nominate Josh and Mike with Perri being the obvious replacement nominee should the PoV be played.

When he was put on the block, Joshua who was not the loud "Bro-guy" he used to be also had an emotionnal breakdown feeling a bit isolated. His alliance members from The Iron Pack were comforting him and supporting him but he still believed to be a Free Agent. He pulled out an amazing win in the POV Competition which was a sort of short-term memory test with a sequence of coloured box to remember. He obviously chose to use the PoV on himself even though his alliance members were trying t convince him that he would be safe if he did not use the Veto.

Without a second of hesitation, Shane nominated Perri in his place, using very hard words to qualify the two nominees.

After the Power of Veto Ceremony, both nominees went on campaigning, mainly Mike who tried to make amends with Shane's side of the house. He was convinced that he had the votes of Josh and Sami after he told tthem that the girls could be dangerous going forward. Yet, The Iron Pack stayed strong, and Mike was voted out in a 4 to 2 vote. Even Mirco decided to keep Perri after she used her charms to convince him that they had a sincere bond and made Final 2 deal with him.

Week 8

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 8
(Round 1)
Tristan
Tristan
Eddie Sami
Eddie & Sami
Eddie
Eddie

Right after Mike's elimination, the remaining housemates competed in a rapid Head of Household. The Host was really speeding them making them believe that this was another special Double Eviction Night. Tristan won his first HOH of the summer, and The Iron Pact started to crumble a bit when Eddie and Josh accused each other of sabotage. Perri and Sami were still strong and promised to keep each other safe should one of them be on the block at the end of the night.

The houseguests then discovered that it would be an Instant eviction, which means that the voting houseguests would enter the diary room and cast their vote to evict just after the HOH did his nominations. The remaining members of the Peanuts' Squad were celebrating their victory, while the morale was low among The Iron Pact.

Tristan decided to put the leaders of the opposing alliance, Eddie and Sami on the block. Both Perri and Josh voted for Eddie to leave while Mirco and Justine voted for Sami. That left Shane as the deciding vote and he chose to follow his gut and vote for Sami to stay in the game as the man was his friend and there was trust if not loyalty between the two men.

Shocked and Angry, Eddie left the house with her belongings unpacked and joined the Host on the TV set.

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 8
(Round 2)
Eddie
Eddie
Shane Tristan
Shane & Tristan
Shane
Shane
Mirco Tristan
Mirco & Tristan
Tristan
Tristan

Minutes later, Eddie learnt that she had in fact won her first HOH of the summer. The remaining houseguests had entered the famous "Sweet Revenge" week. She came back to the house, much to her fellow contestants' surprise, screaming "who wants to see my HOH room ???!!!!". Distraught, the Peanuts' Squad was defeated and claimed they were victims of unfairness. Tristan was fuming and he accused Big Brother of rigging the game while insulting the producers in the DR.

Oddly enough, perhaps still puzzled, the members of The Iron Pact were immediately speaking about who they would go after. Josh began to feel bad about the argument he had early on with HOH Eddie, however he prefered acting like the dispute hadn't happened. Even though she pretended to be fine, Eddie still felt upset about the situation and resented her ally. She even considered going after him for a moment before Sami wiped out the idea quite bluntly.

They decided to go after the "Muscles" of the opposing alliance when Eddie put both Tristan and Shane on the block. Perri would have rather seen Justine on the block but when she preached for the Surfing Instructor to go on the block, she was accused of being blinded by a personal vendetta.

At the POV Competition, which required housemates to cross an obstacle course Shane pulled out another win. This annoyed profoundly Eddie and her clique who deemed him unbeatable. She had to choose a replacement nominee and obviously, they had to name either Justine as Perri wanted or Mirco who was less of a jury and physical threat. Eventually, Eddie went with the second option because she wanted to prove that she was in charge and not Perri. The dancer claimed in the DR that her ally was a "dumbass" and that this was the stupidest move ever.

Feeling the end of his game approaching, Mirco went on campaigning and Perri promised to save him, returning the favor he had done the previous week. She also convinced Josh to follow her on that one, Mirco being the one at the bottom of the other alliance. Shane and Justine hesitated for a long time before deciding to keep Mirco who was a minor competition threat going forward.

Eventually, Tristan was voted out in a 4-1 vote, only gaining Sami's vote.

Week 9

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 9 Shane
Shane
Eddie Perri
Eddie & Perri
Sami
Sami
Eddie Joshua
Eddie & Joshua
Joshua
Joshua

The following HOH Competition was a bit of a power struggle between the two sides of the house. The Peanuts' Squad, down to three members (including competition threat Shane and his showmance Justine) faced The Iron Pact who still had its four original members. The houseguests had to complete a giant mural puzzle, harnessed to the ceiling. Both Sami and Josh battled hard in that HOH Competition but they failed to beat Shane who took home another HOH title.

In order to choose the Have-Nots for the week, the remaining players decided to play it fair by drawing straws, and the two unlucky players were Perri and Mirco. At that moment, the young dancer admitted her mixed feelings about Mirco. She admitted to like him a bit even though he was loud, arrogant and a bit too pushy with women. She also described him as a "funny nice guy" and considered taking him to the Final 2 for real, as a goat. This is the first time this season that she spoke about him like her ride-or-die.

Meanwhile, Eddie went to the HOH room to convince Shane and Justine not to go after her. She described her position in the house as a floater, adding that she was at the bottom on her alliance and was ready to jump ship. Even though the other two found it hard to believe she managed to convince tthem that she had loyalty for them.

Sami noticed these little movements of his allies with the other players and began to fear for The Iron Pact which ahd been severly weakened by the arguments of the previous week. He gathered the other three members in the Have-Nots room and try to solidify the Pact. Feeling that something was broken for good, he opted for another strategy. Instead of forming a strong alliance, he would work on his personal bonds individually, starting with Perri who he said was "the player he had the more respect for".

Shane and Justine were trying to figure out who they should go after from the opposite alliance. Obviously, Justine oriented their choice towards her nemesis, Perri who she was gunning for since Week 4. They also convinced Eddie to go on the block as a pawn as a proof of her loyalty. The young woman felt that they were playing her but seh had really no other solution and accepted their proposition with a bit of suspicion.

The Power of Veto was crucial and everybody was picked to play except for Justine. This was the all-important Zingbot Competition. The Robot slayed hard : he criticized Mirco on his not-so-great-flirting-skills, he accused Shane of playing Justine's game for her while she was branded a floater. He also implied that Sami was too old to win the game which he answered by mocking the robot when he won the Power of Veto. He had a really tough decision to make knowing that if he used it, Josh would be the replacement nominee.

He had some time to talk with evrey player in the house and all of them tried to push for their own agenda. He found odd enough that Mirco was trying to convince him to use the Veto on Perri. When he confronted her about this, she admitted that she has grown closer to him and was considering going further with him as he was disliked by some jury members (mainly the female players). Sami admitted that he was going to use the Veto on her but was having second thought because of it. Perri promised him that he was still her number one ally and that if he kept the POV unplayed, Shane and Justine would have won again as she would automatically go home.

That's why he used the veto, forcing Shane to name Josh as a replacement nominee. The Peanuts' Squad who was closer to Eddie had already made his choice although they let her believe that the results was still in the air. Sami and Perri sided with them as they did not want to force a tie and alienate Eddie once and for all. When he discovered that he would go to the jury, Josh was a bit resigned but he promised Sami that he would turn the jury upside down and convince them that Eddie should not win. He was voted out unanimously.

Week 10

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 10 Justine
Justine
Eddie Perri
Eddie & Perri
Shane
Shane
Perri Sami
Perri & Sami
Perri
Perri

Straight after Joshua's eviction from the Big Brother House, the 6 remaining contestants competed in an all-important battle for a guaranteed spot in the Final 5. The competition tested the dexterity of the houseguests as they had to build a House of Cards with pictures of their former housemates. Each cards went at a special place and they had to solve a riddle to know where each card was supposed to be. Eventually, Justine took home the win, brining another HOH reign to the Peanuts' Squad.

She immediately set her target on Perri she had been targetting since the fourth week of the game. She recognized though that she would need to be very careful to the way she would orchestrate the eviction of her target that week as the pool of potential nominees was becoming less and less important. Strategizing with Shane, Mirco and Eddie, she told them that she would put her directly on the block as the dancer was anything but a competition threat.

When she had to decide about who to put on the block alongside Perri, Justine thought about her newest ally, Eddie who she did not trust fully. She used the pretext that she wanted to test her loyalty, and volunteering to be a pawn was the best way to do that. Although she already did the pawn the previous week, Eddie accepted. She felt a bit betrayed, however, she considered that Justine would not get many jury votes because her game relied mostly on Shane's competition victories and was therefore a good Final 2 goat. She wanted to secure a Final 2 deal with the surfing instructor that's why she accepted the nomination.

At the POV Competition, the 6 remaining contestants all participated and Sami was really underr pressure, as only his victory would guarantee his safety as well as Perri's. He battled hard and was really a challenger, however, Shane had been the fastest and won the Power of Veto.

From then, Perri felt a bit resigned. Only a miracle could save her. Eddie went to Shane to convince him that it would be in his advantage and in Justine's to have Sami on the block instead of her. He agreed on that point, nevertheless, himself felt closer to Sami and he was starting to consider playing his own game and not a 2-people's game anymore. That is the argument used by the pilot when he asked his friend about the potentiality of using the POV on Perri. He made the model believe that Perri should be kept over Eddie who could backstab him and Justine anytime.

The young man thought about it however, Justine was defending her own agenda and convinced him that he should use the POV on Eddie if they wanted to go to the Finale night together. This POV caused the first dispute between the two lovebirds, however, Shane eventually followed his showmance advice and vetoed Eddie's nomination. Obviously, Sami went on the block as the replacement nominee. Big On Eviction night, Perri was voted out by a vote of 2 to 1, only receiving a sympathy vote from Mirco who was deeply saddened to see his friend go. He told in his goodbye tape that he was too weak to convince Justine to change her target, or perhaps her disdain towards Perri was too strong.

Week 11

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 11 Sami
Sami
Eddie Justine
Eddie & Justine
Sami
Sami
Justine Shane
Justine & Shane
Shane
Shane

A few hours before the eviction, Big Brother had shown the housemates a series of quirky items belonging to former Big Brother players of the first and second season. The Final 5 were surprised to discover that Bethany Jazz, a former contestants of The Spying Machine was back to host a special question-like competition. After the episode of joy where all the houseguests jumped on the former player, they focused on the new HOH Comp. Sami, notably was a bit distant, a bit brooding after his Number 1 ally was voted out. He definitely felt the odd one out. Nevertheless, he litteraly crashed his challengers by answering exactly to the question of Bethany. He gained th HOH title just like he had promised to Perri a few hours ago. The young woman had advised him to be nice with Mirco and said that the two men should work together.

At first, Sami felt a bit reluctant to do so, but when Eddie celebrated his win just as if she had not tried to work against him, he felt really angry at her. He was litterally fuming and he called her "a silly-arsed weathercock". He then talked about his options with Mirco who was really gunning for the young Business Attorney. Sami admitted that it might be one of the last time they could strike a bullet at the showmance of Shane and Justine. Mirco agreed and he even coined Sami's nominations when he said that the two remaining girls should go on the block together.

At first, Eddie was really disappointed by this nomination even though Sami assured her that she was not seeing the biggest picture and that coming Eviction Night she would be sitting pretty. She still had harsh words for him. In a confessional, the pilot declared that this was also a little punishment because she was going too much back and forth.

At the Power of Veto, the stakes were high as no one was really aware of Sami's plans, yet it seems like the fiercest competitors were lacking enthusiasm. Eventually, Sami took home the win and from then, the others starting to fear him seriously. Only Mirco was feeling fine about the whole situation.

The POV Ceremony came and much to Shane's surprise, the Veto was once again played on Eddie and he was named as a replacement nominee. The showmance would be sitting next to each other come Thursday night. Sami made a very strong speech where he describes himself as this epic hero who ends the reign of terrors of the "two-headed monsters" they had created. He also added that he wanted to avenge Shay, Javi, Josh, Mike and mainly Perri who he felt had been betrayed the hardest. After the Veto Ceremony, Justine cried for several hours claiming she had worked to hard to be evicted now. Shane who had decided to play his own game the previous week started to campaign.

He was really unsuccessful though since Sami, Eddie and Mirco agreed that he was too much of a Competition threat to let him enter the last week of the game. He was evicted unanimously. In his goodbye messages, Sami regretted that he was the one responsible for his friend's eviction but he justified himself by enumerating Shane's competition skills. When the host asked who he wanted to win, he declared that both Sami and Justine deserved the title.

Week 12

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 12
(Round 1)
Justine
Justine
Mirco Sami
Mirco & Sami
Justine
Justine
Mirco Sami
Mirco & Sami
Mirco
Mirco

Knowing that one of them would go home, Shane and Justine had prepared some plans to make sure that the one who will be spared would get for sure to reach the Final 3. Having weighed their options, it was a no-brainer that they needed to win that last traditional HOH Competition of the summer, which Justine did perfectly.

She had noticed the previous week that both Eddie and Mirco had become closer to HOH Sami the previous week, and although she denounced the hypocrisy at first, she was desperately in need of an ally. When Eddie came immediately to her after she won, she tried to test her and decided to align with her. Besides, she thought that stood more chances against the jury should she face Eddie at the Final 2. That's why she nominated both Sami and Mirco, saying that she was afraid of their competition skills coming into the Finale night.

Both guys immediately figured out that the girls were playing together and they promised to each other that they would cast the ote to evict Eddie if one of them won the Veto forcing the Business Attorney to sit on the block. At that point, the alliances were no more.

During the Power of Veto which was giant boarrd game, every houseguests gave his all and eventually, Justine won the POV, which allowed her to be the sole decision maker when it comes to nominations for that particular week. The guys knew that they could not do anything but sit on the nomination block until the eviction night. They went on campaigning, flattering Eddie who would cast the sole vote to evict, in a very comic way.

To allow the houseguests to chill out for their last week in the house, Big Brother organized a Gala Party where the remaining plauers had to elect their favorite moments of the summer : the BB awards. After that night, there was no more resentment between the contestants, this all was just a game. They were still focused on the end goal.

Eddie, mainly, struggled hard with her decision, knowing that Justine wanted Sami gone badly. The pilot really tried to appeal to her feelings using the arguments that both of them had been allied since the beginning even though they were more distant lately. Mirco on the other hand painted Sami as the biggest jury threat come Finale night. Eventually, when Sami told her he would take her without hesitation to the Final 2 if she voted to keep him, she aligned her vote and chose to evict Mirco.

Therefore, the last three competitors were Eddie, Justine and Sami.

HOH (part 1) HOH (part 2) HOH (part 3) Nominees Evictee
Week 12 (Round 2) Sami
Sami
Justine
Justine
Sami
Sami
Eddie Justine
Eddie & Justine
Justine
Justine

The second part of the Final week was more chilled than the rest of the game. The last three players were very focused on the upocming 3-part HOH Competition.

Eddie was the housemate feeling the most confident as her two other opponents had promised to take her to the Final 2. She was not even afraid of a betrayal as both Sami and Justine recognized each other as the biggest threat. They believed Eddie had broken too many bridges with the jury after her late-game flip-flopping.

Therefore, it was a tense battle between Sami and Justine for the title of last HOH of the summer. Eventually, the pilot won the last part of the HOH, and cried of happiness. He would be sitting in the Final 2 seat at the end of the week. Justine was really frustrated with her performance and cried hysterically as she felt she was not rewarded enough for her game. Once she had calmed down, she tried to flip Sami's mind yet he did not even consider taking her to the final part of the game. He cast the sole vote to evict Justine on Finale night.

FINALE

Finalist Jury Votes
Sami
Sami
Mirco Shane Perri Joshua Tristan Mike Shay
Mirco, Shane, Perri, Josh, Tristan, Mike & Shay
Eddie
Eddie
Justine Chloe
Justine & Chloe

After congratulating Eddie and Sami for making it to the Final 2, the Host welcomed the 9 jury members and gave them some news about what had happened just before. The members of The Iron Pact as well as Shay were really glad while Chloe and Tristan seemed really annoyed.

The jury interrogated both finalists on what game they thought they played. Sami described his game as a honest and strong physical game. He said that he stayed loyal to his allies until their eviction and also built individual bonds with people outside his alliance. Eddie on the other hand admitted her late-game flip-flopping and described her game as the best social game as she knew right after Mirco's eviction that she would sit in the Finalists seat.

Sami was interrogated on the bonds he had created with Shane and Mike mainly. The jurors wanted to know if he was genuine or if it was only gameplay. Obviously, he answered that he was really sincere and he had much respect for them and their game (mostly Shane's four HOH victory). Eddie was also questionned on her sincerity to Cosa Nostra, and then The Iron Pact and she declared she was really involved in these alliances until they exploded. Then she felt that her silver lining would be playing both sides. Shay congratulated her on playing both sides successfully which she had failed to do herself.

Eventually, the jury members cast their votes to win, and Sami won the game with 7 votes out of 9. He only failed to win Justine and Chloe's votes. Justine was still bitter of her late exit and her ally refused to give her vote to the player who was responsible for her own eviction.

Sami Merabet is the winner of this second season of The Spying Machine.

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