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The Spying Machine
Season 3
Name Entry Exit      
Caroline Day 1  Day 90   
John Day 1  Day 90   
Dov Day 1  Day 90   
Terrence Day 1  Day 84   
Eli Day 1  Day 77   
Pax Day 1  Day 70   
Hope Day 1  Day 63   
Becky Day 1  Day 56   
Taylor Day 1  Day 49   
Florence Day 1  Day 42   
Rubis Day 1  Day 35   
Hutch Day 1  Day 35   
Louise Day 1  Day 28   
Chris Day 1  Day 21   
Bonnie Day 1  Day 14   
Simona Day 1  Day 7   
Legend
Up for eviction
Evicted
Winner
Jury Member
Big Brother 3 (Matpeng)
3
Author Matpeng
Season 3
Days 90
House Guests 16
Winner Caroline Poe
Runner(s)-up John Taylor
Fanon Chronology
Previous Season The Spying Machine - Season 2
Next Season The Spying Machine - Season 4

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


TwistsEdit

  • First Night Immunity: Two Houseguests will have to sit out for the first HOH Competition of the summer. Little do the houseguests know that the sitting players will be immune for eviction during that first week. (Week 1)
  • Terrific Duos: At a certain point in the game, the houseguests will pair up and play a week of Big Brother being handcuffed to their partner. The HOH will be a duet, with the duty to nominate another duet. The POV will be won as a pair, and the vote to evict will be cast as a pair. There will be one evictee only though. (Week 3)
  • 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 5)
  • Jury of 9, Final 2: Self-explanatory.
  • Secret Power of Veto: The Houseguest who will be able to crack the House's code will enter a Secret room and will be granted a secret Power of Veto which can be used in any POV Ceremony, even when the Houseguests is chosen as Replacement nominee.
  • Sweet Revenge Twist : Each houseguest is granted a key when he enters the House. The Keys open a small trap in the bathroom. The houseguest who will discover the trap will obtain a Super-Power to use as soon as he is evicted. (Week 8)


HouseguestsEdit

Caroline
 Winner 
 
Caroline
John
 Runner-Up 
 
John
Dov
 Jury: Caroline 
 
Dov
Terrence
 Jury: John 
 
Terrence
Eli
 Jury: Caroline 
 
Eli
Pax
 Jury: John 
 
Pax
Hope
 Jury: Caroline 
 
Hope
Becky
 Jury: John 
 
Becky
Taylor
 Jury: Caroline 
 
Taylor
Florence
 Jury: Caroline 
 
Florence
Rubis
 Jury: Caroline 
 
Rubis
Hutch
 Evicted 
 
Hutch
Louise
 Evicted 
 
Louise
Chris
 Evicted 
 
Chris
Bonnie
 Evicted 
 
Bonnie
Simona
 Evicted 
 
Simona

Have/Have-Nots HistoryEdit

Week Caroline Dov Eli Hope John Pax Terrence Becky Taylor Florence Rubis Hutch Louise Chris Bonnie Simona
1 HOH
2 HOH
3 HOH HOH
4 HOH
5 HOH
6 HOH
7 HOH
8
9 HOH

Nomination TableEdit

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 Day 84 Day 90
Head of
Household
Florence Hope Hutch
Terrence
John Rubis Terrence Pax Terrence Taylor John Caroline Terrence John John
Nominations
(pre-veto)
Rubis
Simona
Bonnie
Louise
Eli
Taylor
Caroline
Louise
Florence
Hutch
Hope
Rubis
Eli
Taylor
Caroline
Hope
Becky
John
Dov
Hope
John
Pax
Dov
Eli
Caroline
Dov
Caroline
Dov
Veto Winner Chris Eli Eli
Taylor
John Florence Dov Eli Hope
Becky
Caroline Caroline John Terrence Dov
Nominations
(post-veto)
Simona
Terrence
Bonnie
Louise
Chris
Rubis
Louise
Rubis
Hope
Hutch
Rubis
Taylor
Florence
Taylor
Caroline
Hope
Becky
John
Eli
Hope
Pax
Terrence
Dov
Eli
Caroline
Terrence
Caroline Immune
Simona
Louise Rubis Vetoed
Rubis
Hutch Rubis Florence Nominated Becky Eli Head of Household Eli Nominated Nominated Winner 2
John Simona Bonnie Chris Head of Household Hutch Rubis Florence Vetoed
Caroline
Nominated Hope Vetoed
Terrence
Eli Head of Household Dov Runner-Up 0
Dov Immune
Simona
Bonnie Chris Louise Hutch Rubis Florence Taylor Becky Vetoed
Eli
Pax Nominated Vetoed
Terrence
Nominated Caroline 1
Terrence Nominated Bonnie Head of Household Rubis Hope Head of Household Taylor Head of Household Becky Hope Nominated Head of Household Nominated Evicted
(Day 84)
John 7
Eli Terrence Bonnie Vetoed
Rubis
Louise Hope Rubis Vetoed
Florence
Taylor Becky Nominated Pax Nominated Evicted
(Day 77)
Caroline 4
Pax Terrence Bonnie Rubis Louise Hutch Rubis Head of Household Taylor Becky Hope Nominated Evicted
(Day 70)
John 2
Hope Simona Head of Household Chris Louise Nominated Vetoed
Rubis
Florence Vetoed
Taylor
Becky Nominated Evicted
(Day 63)
Caroline 7
Becky Simona Bonnie Chris Louise Hutch Rubis Florence Caroline Nominated Evicted
(Day 56)
John 6
Taylor Terrence Bonnie Vetoed
Chris
Louise Hope Nominated Nominated Nominated Head of Household Evicted
(Day 49)
Caroline 6
Florence Head of Household Bonnie Chris Rubis Vetoed
Hope
Rubis Nominated Evicted
(Day 42)
Caroline 6
Rubis Vetoed
Terrence
Bonnie Nominated Nominated Head of Household Nominated Evicted
(Day 35)
Caroline 16
Hutch Simona Bonnie Head of Household Rubis Nominated Evicted
(Day 35)
5
Louise Simona Nominated Rubis Nominated Evicted
(Day 28)
7
Chris Terrence Bonnie Nominated Evicted
(Day 21)
6
Bonnie Simona Nominated Evicted
(Day 14)
11
Simona Nominated Evicted
(Day 7)
8
Evicted Simona
8 of 13 votes
Bonnie
11 of 12 votes
Chris
6 of 10 votes
Louise
6 of 10 votes
Hutch
5 of 9 votes
Rubis
8 of 8 votes
Florence
6 of 7 votes
Taylor
4 of 6 votes
Becky
6 of 6 votes
Hope
3 of 5 votes
Pax
2 of 3 votes
Eli
2 of 2 votes
Terrence
1 of 1 votes
Dov
1 of 1 votes
John
3 of 9 votes
Caroline
6 of 9 votes

Weekly SummaryEdit

Week 1Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 1 Florence
Florence
Rubis Simona
Rubis & Simona
Chris
Chris
Simona Terrence
Simona & Terrence
Simona
Simona

One year after Sami Merabet's landslide victory as he exited The Spying Machine, it was all reactivated. On the Premiere, you could see the Host as well as the reigning winner launch the whole mecanism once again and awake Big Brother who will torture a whole bunch of housemates. The house had been redecorated with the theme "Theater of Secrets", with rather dark cozy tones and sweet lightning.

16 brand new houseguests were introduced to the viewing public. Among them, were Pax, the breakdancer from Staten Island, Florence, the tough Dietetician addicted to the Gym, Rubis, the domineering pretty girl with a big personality, John, the calm Special Ed Teacher from Massachussets and also Chris the Big Brother Fan who admires Shane from last season and would like to beat his record. When all those characters entered the House it was a very gleeful night with a lot of laughs and enthusiasm. The houseguests introduced to each other. From the confessional, a few Big personalities emerged such as Caroline, the ever-laughing goofball, Bonnie, the 45-year-old hairdresser with a particular sense of humor or even Terrence, nicknamed "Terry", the tall military recruiter with a very deep voice.

We discovered a bit more about them all before the Host announced the first twist of the summer. She told them that the first HOH Competition was just a few minutes away and that two of them would not participate at all in this first all-important challenge of the summer. The housemates had to decide immediately who would sit out. Dov immediately volunteered after he made everybody promise to not target him this week. He admitted in a confessional that he shouldn't be too trusting on the first night but he was also sure that a privilege was coming with this twist. It was harder to decide for the second person but the house eventually came up with Caroline's name and she seemed fine about it. The HOH Competition could now begin.

The challenge required the 14 players to hang on a branch in a sloth' position. The competition was all about concentration and mental strength. Rubis fell off almost immediately after the beginning of the competition, yet she wasn't too annoyed about it as she had planned to throw that competition. After half an hour, the Host proposed a special reward to the challengers : the next three players to fell off would be Haves for the week and would choose which of their competitors would be Have-Nots. In a matter of seconds, Louise, Simona, Hutch, a military veteran, and Bonnie fell off their branches. After seeing the replay, the Host noticed that Hutch had fallen last and lost the reward while the three girls were free from being Have-Nots. The Competition continued and two hours and a half later there was still six contenders for the win : Chris, Florence, John, Eli, Becky and Terry. Feeling her body crumble, Becky negotiated with the three girls not to be Have-Not which they agreed. She fell off, soon to be followed by Terry and Eli. The last three challengers were still hanging. At some point, Chris tried to make a deal with his opponents but they both refused as he seemed to be a serious competition threat. Exhausted, the young casino employee went down. There was two competitors left and eventually, John let Florence win it, greeting her for her toughness.

Being the first HOH of the summer was a real pride for the eldest female player of the house who was really glad to have responsabilities for the first week. In a confessional she said she was gunning for younger players who she felt were not the kind of people she would eagerly work with. Then, the three women who had escaped the Have-Not room decided that John, Terry, Chris and Eli would be Have-Nots. It was a clear move by Simona who wanted to weaken the strong guys for the upcoming challenges.

Later that night, Dov and Caroline who had sit out the HOH Competition discovered that they were granted immunity during the entire first week. They were congratulated for the risk they had taken by their fellow housemates.

Then, we witnessed the early formation of a few alliances. A group of younger people, composed of Chris, Pax, Simona, Eli and Taylor was created, led by the vocal Rubis. The Model was literally satellizing the younger players and was eager to be the founder of the first alliance of that third season. Naturally, they came up with a name : the Cool Kids alliance. They immediately set their target on Florence who they felt was a big threat. They nicknamed her the "Game-Bot".

In the mean time, the Dietetician was approached by two groups of houseguest. First of all, Bonnie, Louise, Becky and Caroline came to the HOH room to congratulate the reigning woman. They were talking about their respective lives when Louise declared she was feeling very comfortable in that group of houseguests and proposed the creation of an alliance. Caro coined the name The Agency, imitating a super spy in the entire HOH room (she broke a vase doing so). Later on that week, Florence was also approached by Terrence, Hutch and Dov who asked her to spare the oldest contestants for the first week as the younger people would get them out sooner or later. They didn't really officialize their alliance yet, they admitted that it was necessary for the older contestants to have each others' back. Both sides tried to develop a different agenda with Florence, the three guys wanted to go after younger girls while The Agency was preaching for guys from the Cool Kids Clique. The first HOH was really torn between thses two options and she eventually decided to go after Simona and Rubis who she had "least bonded with".

For the Power of Veto, both Eli and Chris were drawn to compete and they were relatively at ease on the obstacles course. Florence competed hard as she wanted to avoid getting more blood on her hands, yet, she was unable to beat Chris who took home the first POV of the summer. Rubis also won a prize of $1.000, courtesy of a sponsor. The young POV holder was determined to use the Veto on either of the nominees. At first, he wanted to save Simona who seemed to be more aware of the game evolving around her, but he developed a budding showmance with Rubis and he considered using it on her at that moment. When he asked his fellow alliance members, they all wanted Rubis to be saved but Pax. He chose to save his showmance.

At that point, Florence was annoyed to be force to choose a replacement nominee. She considered naming Hope at first as she had no real loyalty in the house, however, Becky and John who also had created a small bond advised her not to as the young woman had no loyalty in the house and Simona could be saved. She then considered naming another members of the Cool Kids, however she backed of, afraid by their competition skills. Eventually, she organized a great House Meeting in her room with the members of The Agency, as well as Hope, Terrence, Hutch, and John to find the perfect pawn. At first, all the houseguests were reluctant so they decided to draw straws. Terry drew the shorter straw and he accepted to be nominated after he checked that everybody in the room would vote to keep him safe. He was named as a replacement nominee.

This could have been simple, but Simona was quite savvy socially and they tried to flip certain houseguests. Bonnie, Hope, Dov and Louise notably were all considering keeping the young maid at some point during the week. The young woman used interesting and concrete arguments, promising them safety for two weeks or things like that. She was almost on her own during her campaigning as Pax was the only one among the Cool Kids who helped her. The others were chilling out, not caring that much.

Simona's efforts were unefficient though as she was voted out by a vote of 8 to 5. Pax was a bit annoyed by his allies who he said were not involved enough to save her. Rubis responded to him by saying she would have gone home either way.

Week 2Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 2 Hope
Hope
Bonnie Louise
Bonnie & Louise
Eli
Eli
Bonnie Louise
Bonnie & Louise
Bonnie
Bonnie

Just after Simona's eviction, the remaining players competed in their second Head of Household of the summer which was a balancing comp. The housemates had to cross a course on a balance beam and bring back balls to the start. The first houseguests to bring back 20 of them without faling of the beam would win the title of HOH. It was a very close race opposing John, Chris and Hope. The first one fell of his beam while crossing with his eighteenth ball, and Hope beat her second opponent within seconds. She became the second HOH of the summer. This competition win came at the right time as the young woman felt a bit isolated in the house. She chose Rubis, Florence, Taylor and Louise as Have-Nots after asking if there were volunteers.

Both the Cool Kids alliance and The Agency wanted to bring the student into their group in order to take advantage of her HOH. Rubis was the first one to come and talk with her. She chose her words carefuly and let her know about their little pact and proposed her to join. Hope accepted right away, it was the first time someone was talking strategy with her. In a confessional, she admitted that the little clique wasn't the type of people she liked to be surrounded with, but as long as they stayed loyal to her, an alliance is an alliance. Then, Bonnie also came to the HOH room to preach for her own pact, and Hope grew wary of her fellow housemates. She began to feel a bit naive and played.

Dov spent much time in the HOH room with the young student and became a kind of confident. She told him everything about the discussions she has had with the two women and said that he was the only person she trusted a hundred percent at the moment. Together they agreed on certain people they were certain not to target including John, Becky, Terrence, Hutch and Florence. That group were people they both felt confident were not playing the game against them two. Dov made her notice that she will have to choose a side. Rubis was pushing hard for older people to go on the block, hoping for Florence to be nominated while Chris and Pax were pushing for the nomination of two girls. Bonnie and The Agency advocating the nomination of the showmance. Eventually, Hope decided to put Bonnie and Louise as she was more afraid to work against the Cool Kids than the Girls' Alliance. In the DR, she said that eventually she was playing her own HOH and the only thing that mattered was her to be included in the strongest alliance.

The Agency felt a bit betrayed by Hope, but Florence convinced her alliance members that the young girl had just been naive and followed the group of the "Popular people". Bonnie was still very riled up against the young woman, and she professed some threats behind the young woman's back to almost the entire house so that everybody knows that she was gunning for her. It even became comical when the only discussion she had with her fellow housemates was about how she would vote Hope out. Obviously, these topic of discussions came back to Hope's ears and Bonnie became officially her target. Although she was an older member of the house, Dov supported the decision as he was being seriously annoyed by the Hairdresser.

At the Power of Veto, Eli, Caro and Hutch were drawn to compete. The six participating players had to search for posters with syllabes on it in a muddy backyard. Then, they had to complete the sentence "Who will win the whole important power of veto ?". Eli won the POV, ensuring that Hope would decide how her HOH reign would end up. She did not hesitated for a long time before deciding the veto should not be used. Obviously, Bonnie tried her hardest to convince Eli to use the POV but he refused to use it as he had no loyalty to prove to her.

As the final nominees of the week, both Louise and Bonnie had to go on campaign to gather some more votes. The way Bonnie handled her campaign really irritated her fellow housemates and many of them, even her closest allies Caroline and Becky recognized she lacked finesse. She was almost blackmailing the other contestants to get their votes. Becky even admitted in the DR that she felt closer to John and Dov than the girls and her loyalty was lying with them.

At the eviction vote, Bonnie's efforts were not sufficient to keep her safe. She was evicted by a vote of 11 to 1, only earning a sympathy vote from Caroline.

Week 3Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 3 Hutch Terrence
Hutch & Terrence
Eli Taylor
Eli & Taylor
Eli Taylor
Eli & Taylor
Chris Rubis
Chris & Rubis
Chris
Chris

As soon as Bonnie left the house, the Host announced a new twist to the contestants : the Terrific Duos twist. She then asked the fourteen remaining players to form duos, telling them that their life in the game would be closely linked to their partner. The seven terrific duos were : Becky and John, Terry and Hutch, Rubis and Chris, Dov and Flo, Taylor and Eli Simpson, Caro and Louise, as well as Hope and Pax. This last duo was the hardest to form as none of the Cool Kids wanted to go with the former HOH, and Dov was partnered with Florence. Pax eventually volunteered, going against Rubis advice.

The duos competed in an important HOH Competition, having to cross an obstacle course while being handcuffed to their partner. Becky and John, Terrence and Hutch, Rubis and Chris definitely lead the competition, but the two military men obviously had a serious advantage in the competition. They gained some momentum rapidly and beat the two challenging duos easily. They became HOH for the week. The Host announced that they would nominate one duo for eviction and that the POV could be used to save the entire duo. The Duo nominated on Eviction night would lose one member. She then asked the new HOHs to name two duos as Have-Nots who would not be released from their cuffs until the POV Ceremony (3 days). They chose Rubis and Chris as well as Taylor and Eli Simpson.

This twist brought a whole new dynamic to the house as the Duos were given tasks to be performed in pair. For example, Caro and Louise had to prank their fellow contestants by faking emotionnal unstablity while Becky and John earned $2.000 to share in a special competition courtesy of a sponsor.

Strategy-wise, the Terrific Duos twist helped the older contestants to solidify their position in the house. Terry, Hutch, Dov and Florence already had a bit of loyalty towards each other but they officialized it by creating anew pact called The Salvation Army. They pledged to keep each ther safe and go after their common ennemy : the Cool Kids who had made no secret they were gunnin for them. To accomplish their new pact's goal, the HOHs named Taylor and Eli as the pre-veto nominee. The two young guys were definitely competition threats and getting rid of one of them would benefit The Salvation Army's game.

The two young men reacted differently to their nomination. Whereas Eli was rather calm and composed, focused on the upcoming POV Competition, Taylor took this nomination personally and felt really betrayed by the nomination. He did not freak out though and he observed his fellow housemates. He noticed that the older contestants had formed a thing and the strong bond between Dov and Hope was becoming a bit dangerous. He talked about it to the other Cool Kids and Rubis decreed that the young student should be next on their Hit List. It was a smooth move from Taylor who chose a new target for his pact while getting another player to get blood on her hands in his place.

Exhausted by the dishonesty and nastiness of his fellow alliacne members, Pax admitted that he wanted to distance himself from them. The Terrific Duos twist was therefore a perfect opportunity. He talked with Hope, abou the possibility of joining another duo and they decided to approach Becky and John, a strong pair who were playing a rather calm but efficient game. The four of them were very enthusiastic to create a whole new alliance nicknamed "Specimens".

At the Power of Veto, both the nominees and the HOHs fought hard to get the Golden Power fo Veto but eventually, Taylor and Eli Simpson were victorious. They pulled themselves off the block, and Taylor used this opportunity to deliver a speech with strong and nasty words towards the HOHs. Even his partner condemn his words but he failed to convince his ally not to say them. As replacment nominees, the HOHs first thought that Pax and Hope should go up, however, Dov and John convinced them that there was bigger ballsier move to be done : nominating the showmance. Eventually, Rubis and Chris were nominated.

Chris was torn between campaigning hard to stay in the game to fulfill his dream to become the new Shane Brady and getting his showmance evicted or on the contrary lay low and let his fellow housemates decided. His undecisiveness wasn't really appreciated and some of his alliance members believed he wasn't competitive enough and should go home. At firts, The Salvation Army wanted to get Rubis out the front door but Hope convince Dov, her number ally, that it could be beneficial to keep a bigger threat in the house. This what she told the Specimens who accepted reluctantly to keep her safe. The older players were themselves convinced by Dov that Rubis should stay. Pax regretted that Hope was fighting for the young model to stay while herself want the student gone, however she told him that she would not get her out if she was the reason why she stayed.

Eventually, Chris was evicted by a vote of 6 to 4.

Week 4Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 4 John
John
Caroline Louise
Caroline & Louise
John
John
Louise Rubis
Louise & Rubis
Louise
Louise

With Chris' eviction from The Spying Machine, the Cool Kids alliance was weaker than ever. Indeed, Pax and Hope had new allegiances and Rubis was losing control on her alliance. Only Taylor and Eli were still officially with her and the latter would have rather seen her going home the previous eviction night. Rubis was in a rather delicate position, sensing that Hope is the reason why she is still in the game and her wish to get her out as she feels her ties with the older housemates are too dangerous for her.

Anyways, the Model gave it her all in the next HOH Competition which required housemates to stay on a rope while being slapped by a huge sign. She had competition though as Becky and John were determined to bring Specimens their first HOH win since the creation of their alliance. At the end of the competition, John was victorious. He celebrated in the DR claiming it was now time for him to shine in the house and to show the other players that he was a force to be reckoned with. Becky, his right-hand woman was glad that her friend won the HOH title and she was willing to go after her former allies from The Agency to show them she had new loyalties.

John chose Caro, Hutch, Dov and Florence as the Have-Nots because they had not been Have-Nots yet (at least for the most part).

The dynamics in the house that week were really special. Becky and John were staying in the HOH room all day long, making the others speculating about wether or not they were showmancing. Even though Becky kept saying that it was just a good friendship there was obviously a lot of chemistry between these two. Rubis was severely isolated from the rest of the group and the situation became really awkward when everybody ion the house was talking with everybody but her. Hope and Pax were also seen hanging a lot with the "HOH couple". Everything that was said in the HOH room came back to the alliance of the older people as Hope confided herself to Dov several times a day. Aware of the situation, John was determined not to go after The Salvation Army. Moreover he felt that they had a lot of respect for him and he wasn't eager to jeopardize that.

That's why he followed Becky's wish to go after her former allies by nominating Caroline and Louise. Both girls sensed that Becky had flipped and when they confronted her, she admitted that their collaboration was over. In the DR, Caroline underlined the fact that it was a very dumb move from the Spa Employee who felt a bit overly confident to burn bridges so quickly. The young woman then came to plead her case to John and have some explanations. He told her that she was not his target and that all of his and Becky's scheming was just smoke and mirror to prevent the other houseguests to discover they greater plan.

At the POV Competition, the six players selected had to spell the longest word with tiles hidden in the entire house. With the 10-letter word "ARTICULATE", John earn himself the POV. He was now the sole holder of the power in the house and he really wanted to make a big move.

Both nominees came to the HOH room at separate times, trying to save themselves from the chopping block. John wasn't really receptive to Louise's arguments as they had hardly spoken before he nominated her and felt absoutely no allegiance to her. It was a bit more complicated with Caroline as he appreciated her, but he wasn't eager to anger Becky. He talked a lot with Pax about the whole situation, and the dancer was also willing to keep Caro. He then gathered the four members of Specimens and declared he wanted to use the POV on her. Strangely, Hope was more reluctant than Becky who felt (mistakenly ?) that Caro would forgive her easily, unlike Louise.

At the POV Ceremony, John saved Caroline from the chopping block, insisting on the fact that himself and his closest allies were willing to work with her. This speech really puzzled the young woman who did not understand Becky's interest in the whole maneuver. The Spa Employee declared in the DR that right now, she was well-positionned and puppetting numerous houseguests. She was aware though that she might have burnt bridges very bluntly with Caro. She apologizes to her, doing rather efficient damage control. As a replacement nominee, John named Rubis who he felt had been a plea to live with for three weeks and was now completely alienated.

Being nominated against such a big personality was a relief for Louise who decided she would lay low for a few days, and let the eviction vote happen without too much campaigning. On the other hand, Rubis was really ready to fight. She first went to Taylor and Eli to ask for their votes. Obviously, even though they tried to distance themselves from her, they still had a bit of loyalty and were down to keep her over Louise who was not beneficial to thei game. She then went to talk with Pax and Hope. The two faked to be keeping her in before debating together. Pax wanted her gone, unlike Hope who was sure that keeping her would be benficial to their game. The young student was once again willing to use her as a shield, and while Pax told her she was crazy, she was taking too much risks she convinced him by using her charms. "One last time and then she goes" Hope told him.

It was easier to convince Becky and John who were afraid that Louise was gunning for Becky after she betrayed The Agency. Then, Hope campaigned to the older alliance but they were not very receptive to her arguments and they refused to vote for Rubis. Dov was definitely the swing vote and he was in a delicate position : he had to choose between a powerful majority alliance, or a strong competitor and strategic mind he had been working them from the beginning. Hope managed to convince him. She promised to him that they would be sitting together in the finals and admitted in the DR that she was closer to Dov than she was to Pax.

Eventually, Louise was evicted by a vote of 6 to 4, blindsiding both Caroline and The Salvation Army.

Week 5Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 5
(Round 1)
Rubis
Rubis
Florence Hutch
Florence & Hutch
Florence
Florence
Hope Hutch
Hope & Hutch
Hutch
Hutch

Caroline was really shocked and saddened by the exit of her only ally left. She broke down in the Diary Room. She felt utterly alienated. Oddly enough, she was comforted by Rubis who saw the situation as an opportunity to gain the trust of somebody else. Both women were stronglu isolated and that brought them together, just before the HOH Competition. Taylor commented this all in the Diary room, gladly declaring that the Cool Kids alliance was about to find a new start.

The remaining 12 houseguests competed in a quizz-like competition about the past four weeks. The host asked them "True or False" questions about what the evicted players said in the Diary Room. Rubis and Pax who were closed to two out of the four evictees were flying through this and went all the way to the tiebreaker. The Host asked them how many projectors were in the house (which was decorated with a Theater theme). Pax went too much over, granting Rubis a much needed HOH win. He admitted that it was the worst case scenario for most of the house. Indeed, Rubis would enjoy a reign of terror and take her revenge on all the housemates who had isolated her. Celebrating on her HOH win, she shouted "You all better suck it up because this week is gonna be so HARD for you maggots !". This comment didn't make the others laugh, as they were too stressed about the coming days. To start her reign, she asked everybody who they wanted to be Have-Nots. She then chose Florence, Terry and John Hutchison who had refused to give names as well as Becky who had received the most votes. Taylor and Caro were glad that the model had won HOH because that meant safety for them that week.

Rubis immediately set her target on The Salvation Army which was having too much power in her opinion. Florence tried to make amends with her in the HOH room, yet her rival did not even make an effort to accept her preaching. She was gunning for the Dietetician since the first week and it was the good opportunity to get her evicted. She needed to name a pawn and after talking with Eli, Taylor and Caroline, she went with the name of Hutch who had won some competitions and had no loyalties outside his alliance.

During the POV Competition, The Salvation Army was hoping for Terry, their stronger competitor to be drawn and play with them. He was drawn as "Houseguests' Choice" by his ride-or-die, Hutch. However this pick wasn't satisfying for Florence who knew that the Power of Veto would not be played on her should he win the POV. She declared that this game was a personnal one and gave it her all in a very special compeetition that required housemates to retrieve balls in a maze before shot them at big targets with their opponents face. When the player has no more target with his face on it, he is eliminated from the competition. Florence threw her balls furiously at her opponents' targets, knocking one by one Rubis, Hutch and Terry. She won POV, raising her allies' eyebrows as none of them understood why she did not let the military recruiter claim the victory.

After the Competition, Florence obviously had some damage control to do. She admitted to The Salvation Army that she had played to win for herself, knowing that she was the sole player who would save her from the block. She apologized, and the guys forgave her. In the Diary Room though, Terry said that he would not forget that his ally wasn't that much of a team player.

Rubis knew that she would have to name a replacement nominee to go up on the block in Flo's place. She was really annoyed by the situation and first thought about nominating Terry. That would be the easier option. The Specimens alliance went to see her trying to see where her head was at, and also reminding her that she had been saved twice thanks to them. She felt pressured and began to grow suspicious about Hope and Pax who were supposed to be her allies within the Cool Kids Alliance. She talked about it with Caro who was distrusting Hope after she got rid of two of her allies. Later on, Florence also came to see Rubis and try to appeal to her, to convince the Model to turn on her "allies". She played the role of the wise older woman that advises her younger counterparts. She denounced Hope who had campaigned for her to stay around, only because Rubis had a bigger target on her back. After gathering all these informations, she named Hope as a replacement nominee when the Dietetician used the Power of Veto on herself.

The Power of Veto Ceremony was very special that day because right after it, the housemate saw a message on the screen encouraging them to "unveil the Theater of Secrets' mysteries". The houseguests were all excited about iut, mainly the nominees who were seeing an opportunity for them to save themselves. Taylor and Becky were certain, that the Key that each housemate was granted when entering the house was a special mystery. The young man knew about the trap in the bathroom and waited to be alone to retrieve the special power. He opened the trap and only found an envelop he should open when he would be evicted. Becky also figured out the enigma but she arrived to late : when she discovered the trap, the special power had been found. She didn't let go though and manage to crack the house code. She was all excited when she entered the Secret Room and won a special Secret Power of Veto to use in any POV Ceremony.

Later on that week, both Hutch and Hope, resigned about the house's mysteries went on campaigning. They each managed to secure four votes : Hope had the votes of John, Becky, Pax and his confident Dov while Hutch had both Florence and Terry's vote as well as Eli and Taylor's who had been Rubis henchmen since the beginning. That left Caroline as the swing vote. She was flattered a lot by both sides, receiving compliments from both nominees and their respective ally. The decision was really tough for her as she had gained a new ally in Rubis, yet, she knew that the whole house was coming after the model and she probably would not be a long-term ally.

Dov was in a peculiar spot as he wasn't particularly tied with the members of Specimens, but he wanted to honour his Final 2 deal with Hope. Should she go home, he would be severly alienated, as The Salvation Army were not trusting him 100 % and the younger players were not allied to him. He then reunited Caro, as well as the duo John and Becky and he pledged for the creation of a new alliance. They came up with the name "The Barrow Gang", as a reference to the deadly couple of Bonnie & Clyde. This was the right opportunity to set up well John and Becky, making them believe they were running the game, while earning Caro's trust. It worked perfectly when the young woman turned her back on Rubis by voting Hutch out of the house. Before the eviction, the Model was aware of what was going on around her.

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 5
(Round 2)
Terrence
Terrence
Hope Rubis
Hope & Rubis
Dov
Dov
Rubis Taylor
Rubis & Taylor
Rubis
Rubis

The same night, the remaining houseguests discovered they would face the dreaded Double Eviction Night. Terry who had just lost his number 1 ally was out for blood and pulleed out an amazing win in a rapidity competition, completing a jigsaw puzzle way faster than his opponents. He consulted Florence on what was their best option going forward and they set their target on Rubis who they had kept for too long. He nominated the rivals Hope and Rubis for eviction, knowing that there was no possible scenario that the older houseguests would align with any of these.

Right before the veto competition, Hope chose Dov to play with her in the POV Competition. From then, he knew his back was up against the wall and that The Salvation Army would not trust him anymore. He fought hard for his ally in the POV Competition which was all about the five first evictees. Eventually, he won the Power of Veto and pulled the young student out of the block. While she was saved, she waved some kisses to Terry and Flo who were obviously pissed at the whole situation.

The Military recruiter then named Taylor as a replacement nominee, knowing that he had no real allegiance in the house, except for Rubis, and was therefore a dangerous wildcard. Unexpectedly, minutes before the housemates cast their vote to evict, the young man showed everybody that he had won a special power by unveiling one of the mysteries of the house. He threatened the whole house if they voted him out over the model. Puzzled, the houseguests voted Rubis out unanimously, ending her reign of terror. She became the first member of the jury.


Week 6Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 6 Pax
Pax
Eli Taylor
Eli & Taylor
Eli
Eli
Florence Taylor
Florence & Taylor
Florence
Florence

That night, the atmosphere was appalling in the house, everyone was struggling with the outcome of the Double Eviction. Even though Rubis had left the house with no allies left, Taylor's revelation really isolated him and frightened everybody. The housemates were avoiding him, running in circles like a "colony of mad ants", and the young man was watching the whole situation from afar.

With that state of mind, the HOH Competition that was organized the following day was a bit tense. The houseguests had to compete in a labyrinth-like competition to find three keys. The first players to find his keys will be able to open one of three chests, which contains special powers including the HOH title. Many players such as Hope, Caro, Becky or Terry prefered to throw the competition in order not to have much blood on their hands. Taylor was both an obvious and unlikely target for the entire house. As the competition advanced, Pax and Flo retrieved their first two keys, closely followed by Eli. However, the young urban dancer and the dietetician were distanced by their challengers and he raced for the chest. He chose the second one, and earned the right to choose the Have-Nots. Disappointed, Eli named Taylor, Caro, Dov and Terry as the Have-Nots. A few minutes later, Pax found his last key himself and decided to go for the third chest. He won himself the whole important HOH title and was safe for the week. He felt both relieved and a bit scared as he knew that he would have to do some major game-changing moves.

He confessed his anxieties to his best friend in the house, John, who he really connected with on a personnal level. Obviously, he was also closed to Hope and Becky but the two men had really developed a strong bond. John told him about the new alliance himslef and Becky had formed with Dov and Caro. A bit distrustful at first, Pax accepted his best mate's revelation and apologies. He also admitted that it would secure them some essential votes. Together they decided later that they should either go after Taylor, risking to become his target the following week or play it more smoothly and go after Terry and Florence.

The two remaining members of The Salvation Army really had a hard time to cope with the eviction of Hutch and they knew that their game was in jeopardy. However, Terry chose to lay low while his ally advocated a more direct strategy and decided to go and find some new allies in the house. She approached Caro first, promising her really concrete things such as a place in the Final 4 and a choice in Flo's nominations should she win HOH in the following weeks. Caro pretended to be on board, yet she was definitely having second thoughts as her new alliance with Dov was a comfortable option in her eyes. Then, Flo approached Taylor who was still isolated and she really flattered him. Right now, she was literally the only player talking to him.

After discussing his nominations with almost everybody in the house, Pax decided that he would go after Taylor and he needed a pawn to go on the block and win the POV. Hope proposed Eli's name and the HOH made sure that the young man volunteered to go on the block, even though he was reluctant at first. In The POV Competition, the houseguests had to remember a sequence of colored liquid to drop in a bowl. If they were incorrect, their mixture would explode and they would be eliminated. Eli won himself the veto and decided to use it to stay clear of the block.

Having to choose a replacement nominee was a tough decision for Pax who knew perfectly that the person on the block could potentially go home. He wanted to name Caro at first because he had no direct allegiance to her and he felt more and more threatened by her social game. Indeed the young woman had made no real enemies in the house, but she had no strong friendships either. Becky convinced him to keep her safe though as she was convinced that they would be able to control her vote as well as Dov's, thanks to The Barrow Gang. Hope had yet to know about it all and she defended her ally in front of every member of Specimens, making them noticing that their relationship was becoming stronger and stronger.

Eventually, Pax decided to nominate Florence, making sure in his speech that he was going after the young man. For the rest of the week, the eldest figure of the house went on campaigning and she made sure that everybody was voting for her to stay, ignoring Taylor who she had "courted" the previous day. Obviously everybody was on board at first. However, Taylor promised to blow her game in one last attempt to save his game. He provoked a row between Becky and Florence when he made the spa employee believe that Flo had criticized her for being a teen mum. Very upset and saddened, the young woman had a breakdown.

Later on that week, Florence called a house meeting to explain herself and to apologize for anything she could have said to upset Becky. She added that she did not say anything negative about her being a teen mum, and that Taylor was a liar. Becky accepted the apologies and was determined to forget what happened. Yet, when Taylor threatened her, Pax and John to use his power against them should he go home, they used the altercation to convince all their allies that Florence was a dangerous emotionnal player. Caroline reckoned that she had a really good strategic game and she strongly hesitated to vote for her. Eventually, she sided with the majority, and the Dietetician was evicted by a vote of 6 to 1.

Week 7Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 7 Terrence
Terrence
Caroline Hope
Caroline & Hope
Becky Hope
Becky & Hope
Caroline Taylor
Caroline & Taylor
Taylor
Taylor

Proceeding Florence's eviction from the Spying Machine, Terrence felt strongly marginalized in the game. It did not take too much time for him to figure out that there was a rather big batch of housemate forming a strong majority with himself, Eli and Taylor being on the outs. For a few hours he contemplated forming an "all-guy misfits alliance" with these two, however, after talking a bit with Eli he decided that he was better alone. Indeed, the young jock convinced him that it was too dangerous to work with a trainwreck like Taylor. He did not obviously turned down the military recruiter's offer, yet, the latter understood that he really was a lone dog in this game and needed to do whatever he could to win the upcoming HOH Competition.

For the HOH Competition, the housemates had to roll a ball on a slippery slide five hundred times without letting their ball fall on the ground. If they let it go, they had to go start all over again. Rapidly, Becky and Caro were out of contention, not managing to reach a number abbove 20 while John and Terry were really focusing on their rolling. After a few nice recoveries, John let his ball fall down, letting Eli gain some momentum. It wasn't enough though as Terry pulled out an amazing win, without even letting his ball fall once. He chose Taylor, Becky and John as the Have-Nots during that seventh week.

It was a really peculiar week for Terry who celebrated his victory on his own, not having many allies to strategize with. Obviously, a few housemates tried to know where his head was at, but he was not really receptive to their approaches. Hope made three noticeable attempts to convince the new HOH to adopt her agenda and go after Taylor and Eli, however, he was quite reluctant to do so, knowing that there was not much for him in this type of deal. He eventually set his target on the remaining girls of the house, nominating Caroline and Hope who he was convinced had a secret deal. Little did he know that the only real tie these two had with each other was linked to Dov. The attorney was particularly bothered to see his two main allies on the chopping block. He was determined to fight hard in the POV Competition to save one of them.

The 6 players in the Veto Competition were required to remember a series of posters with the face of the 16 houseguests and then do the series on their own, in the shortest amount of time. Both nominees brought their Alpha game during that Competition whereas Terry was a bit too distracted. In the end, Hope beat her opponents and won the all important POV. Caro was just a couple seconds behind her.

There was no suspense that the student would use the Veto to save herself from that precarious situation. Nevertheless, Specimens were not really celebrating this victory. Given that the the pool of potential nominees was becoming narrower and narrower, there was high percentage of chance that one of them would join Caroline on the block. Moreover, Dov was really worried that the HOH would nominate a member of either The Barrow Gang, or Hope's alliance. Therefore, he tried to convince Terry to go after another threat in the house. He revealed crucial piece of informations to the military recruiter, mainly when he admitted that he could sway John and Becky's votes as he wanted. This echoed the discussion he had a few days earlier with Eli, who refused to align with the HOH to get closer to the others houesguests, in the majority.

Terry was becoming more and more aware of his fellow houseguests' position in the house, and he identified John and Becky as a really strong power couple. Besides, John was a real challenge threat and he came to the realization that he was very dangerous. He decided to nominate him in Hope's place. After a few minutes though, while the POV Ceremony was about to be adjourned, Becky stood up and revealed she had a secret Power of Veto. Whilst her ally would have rather seen her keep it for her own game, he was very grateful to be saved from eviction. It was hard for the military recruiter to cope with this little "Coup d'Etat", and he was really puzzled. Just after using her POV, Becky started to beg for him to nominate Taylor. Little by little, the entire house was asking him to target the over-confident young man, even promising safety for the following week. He felt that he had no choice but to target him.

Following his nomination, Taylor resented Becky for her move and he swore to use his special power to destroy her game. She tried to avoid that by campaigning to John, Pax and Hope. The latter refused to vote Caro out though, as Dov told her not to. Pax also cast his vote to evict Taylor, knowing that the majority was not siding with what John and Becky wanted.

On eviction night, there was no surprise to see that Taylor was evicted. He received two votes though : John and Becky's.

Week 8 (Sweet Revenge Week)Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 8 Taylor
Taylor
Becky John
Becky & John
Caroline
Caroline
Becky John
Becky & John
Becky
Becky

Taylor's eviction was welcomed with rather mixed reactions from the houseguests. Most of them were relieved as another emotionnal trainwreck had left the house, however some contestants were afraid of the power he still had on them. The young man entered a secret suite with a TV screen and a huge window overlooking the main house's living room. Thus, the housemates would feel even more spied on, and Taylor would enjoy one last reign of terror.

He set a clear target on Becky and named her a Have-Nots with two of her allies, Pax and Hope. The young spa employee was determined to show her nemesis that she wasn't scared of him whatsoever. She did not even bother looking at him and was eagerly speaking about how she disrespected his game in front of him. Obviously, he did not hesitate and chose to nominate both Becky and John who she considered as her Number 1 ally. The Specimens alliance was annoyed by this result but that was expected. Pax even recognized that he should now start thinking end game, and if that meant losing one or two allies along the road, then so be it.

Caroline and Dov also began to talk about strategies to ensure that The Barrow Gang would get further, all together. They were forced to admit that Becky and John were much closer to Pax than to them, and that could be dangerous going forward. The Attorney was convinced that Hope was a solid ally to them, and little by little they convinced themselves that the three of them should stay clear for a while, whereas Becky and John should be voted out as soon as possible.

In the Power of Veto Competition, everybody but Dov and Terry were drawn to compete. The remaining player met Zingbot for that special Power of Veto Competition, and he was very hard with the housemates (as usual). He notably said that Terry did not come to the house to make friends because he had no real friends and was oblivious to the meaning of friendship as well as calling Eli a floater and a jerk with a ridiculous gameplay. Becky and John were also slayed when Zingbot ruled out any chance of winning as "showmances never win". Eventually, Hope was called "the last trainwreck standing" while Caro was zinged on her silly jokes and foolish laugh. When it comes to the competition, the housemates had to throw a ball on a huge target with various zones corresponding to different amounts of point. The housemate with the least point would be eliminated while the housemate with the most point would be able to eliminate another contestant. When only two remains, they would throw three balls and the winner of the POV would be the challenger who would score the most point. In the first round, Pax scored the least whereas John scored the most. He decided to eliminate Hope. The following round, it was Becky who scored the least, and John was eliminated by Eli. Finally, during the last round, Caroline managed to score the most points (even though her first ball scored a zero, getting out of the target) and earned herself an unexpected Power of Veto win, coming with great responsabilities.

Taylor was glad that neither of his nominations got the POV and he was ready to enjoy the rest of the week while seeing his masterplan execute itself by breaking the Power Couple. Big Brother gave him an advantage though : a secret meeting with two houseguests of his choice. He did not hesitate for long before inviting Caro and Terry. His first choice was obvious, yet, his second was a bit more surprising as Terry was one of the main reason of his exit, being HOH the previous week. The young man explained to them his agenda to get revenge on Becky who he felt had a terrible way of playing the game and was responsible for his ouster. Furthermore, he did everything to make both of them realize that Becky and John were alleid with everybody in the house to a certain extent. Getting rid of one of them would be the beginning of a nice Final 2 résumé for whoever could help Taylo with his plan.

After the meeting, Dov and Caro met to debate on wether they should use the POV or not. The deciding argument was that the previous week, both Becky and John voted to evict Caroline to save their own game. Therefore she was not in debt with them. She decided not to use the Power of Veto and both nominees understoof that move. In her place, none of them would have played it, even though it was difficult for them to admit it.

John and Becky promised that they would not campaign against each other. However, Eli who felt much closer to John went to the guys and exposed to them the arguments he had to save the person he trusted the most. He called Becky a flip-flopper and told everybody that although John was a physical threat, he would definiely bring any of the guys to the Final 2 over Caroline or Hope. Then, Dov and Pax secured the votes of the two girls who were already on board with voting Becky out of the house.

The young woman saw her eviction coming, and minutes before her eviction, she took her lipsticks and wrote statements to "zing Taylor" on every mirror in the house, as well as the window between his secret suite and the living area, unaware that he was hiding behind. She left the house with one last move : she used her make-up to blur Taylor's face on the memory wall. She exited the house shouting "TRAINWRECKS NEVER WIN !!". She was evicted unanimously.

Week 9Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 9 John
John
Dov Hope
Dov & Hope
Caroline
Caroline
Eli Hope
Eli & Hope
Hope
Hope

Even though he expected his ally to go home, John struggled to cope with Becky's departure. Loyalty and alliance-wise, he was probably one of the best positionned in the house, and yet he felt really alone and abandoned. Part of him wanted to seek revenge and part of him knew that there was not much he could do for that. His head was not completely into the game but fortunately, he still had Pax to rely on. Before she got out of the house, Becky tearfully made them swore to each other that they would bring each other to the end, and they were closer than ever.

For the HOH competition, the seven remaining players had to complete a hundred-piece jigsaw puzzlewhile moving on a turning platform. At regular intervals, the platform would spin wuicker and then slow down. Hope told in a confessionnal that this coompetition was terrible and made her feel very dizzy right from the start. Terry was also trying his best but he wasn't very good at puzzles. In contention were mainly John and Pax, as well as Caroline who was determined to bring home at least one HOH title. These three were really giving there all, but the young teacher was gaining a lot of momentum. His ability to stay on the platform while it accelerates gave him some precious seconds and he won his second HOH Compettition of the summer. After a few minuted of thinking, he chose Dov and Terry as the last Have-Nots of the season.

This HOH win really put the young man in a desirable position. As Hope and Caroline remarked while sitting in the "Strategy room", the pool of contestants was narrowing down and it would be more and more difficult to evict people going forward. Furthermore, John hadn't really made any enemies since the beginning of the game and whatever he does, he would have to nominate people who he is allied to. That's what Pax also made him notice while the two of them were thinking in the HOH room. He would have to throw either Specimens or The Barrow Gang under the bus.

A window of opportunity opened when Terrence and Eli mety the two guys in the HOH room the next morning. Feeling they were a bit isolated, they wanted to test the water with the new HOH. They knew that he really respected them and tried to play on the fact the guys had to stay together. Eli said in a confessional that he hated John but that he had little to now choice but to "suck it up and start brown-nosing the freakin' HOH". He proposed a master plan : create an all-guy alliance, turn on the girls and use Dov as a pawn. Pax and John were reluctant at first but they started to get convinced. They knew that they had to burn bridges this week and they started to feel that Specimens and The Barrow Gang were more linked to each other than they first thought because of the ties between Hope and Dov. They waited a bit, and finally agreed while Eli was growing impatient. He already had second thoughts about the maneuver, yet, he coined the name of that alliance, The Beaver's Squad.

They promised to take each other to the Final week and start to target the three other houseguests. John invited Dov in the HOH room to tell him that he would nominated him as well as Hope to backdoor Caro who was a dangerous player. He believed that his old ally had agreed with him, but the Attorney was just so shocked he could not react. The young man really lacked diplomacy and he almost told him straight that The Barrow Gang was over and that there was nothing he could do about it. At the nomination ceremony, he was nominated alongside Hope. The latter was completely puzzled and when she notice the smirks of the four guys, she knew something was up.

Right before the POV Competition, the two nominees and Caroline organized a littme "crisis reunion" during which the attorney told them everything. Basically, it was them three against the other four and the only way to ensure that they stayed together was that Caro won the POV. She had a lot of pressure on her shoulders and was really hoping to play the POV Competition. Her chip was pulled by John who was really worried of her capacities given her perfomance in the previous POV comptetion. The young woman gave her all in the special OTEV Competition whichh required housemates to jump in the mud through a toboggan to search for lettered chip with the name of former competition n them. She was really doing her best but the HOH really gave her a run for her money. They really fight hard, and she found the last ship in front of John who had mistakenly let it on the side. She won herself her second POV in a row.

At the Power of Veto Ceremony, she decided to use it on Dov as she deemed him more trustworthy than Hope in the long run. John was really embarrassed he had to name a replacement nominee. Obviously, Pax was safe but he really hesitated between Eli and Terry. He chose the former out of spite, but the young jock took it personnally. Upset and teary in the Diary Room, he said that in the end John would not win the game and we would make sure of that once Hope would have gone to the jury.

Caroline and Dov tried to sway Terrence, using the fact that Pax and John were too tied to be broken up as well as Dov's participation in The Salvation Army. The military recruiter hesitated but his sense of honour and pride told him that it would be bad to change his vote last minute. He followed his new alliance, causing a tie during the Eviction Ceremony. John broke the tie when he cats his vote to evict Hope from the house.

Week 10Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 10 Caroline
Caroline
John Pax
John & Pax
John
John
Pax Terrence
Pax & Terrence
Pax
Pax

Now the last woman standing, Caroline was even more dteermined to take home the whole important HOH Competition that would ensure she makes it the eleventh week of competition. Her tight alliance with Hope and Dov had just been broken up and they really needed to win to make sure that The Beaver's Squad would not control the end of the game. The newt HOH Competition required the houesguests to answer the Host's wuestion about a videotape they had seen earlier about the life in the Jury House. Caro, Eli and Pax managed to get to the tiebreaker question but eventually, she took home the whole important HOH win she needed. She celebrated with Dov, jumping and laughing like a mad house, before hugging the four other guys, baffled by this unexpected victory. When she noticed that they were not happy with the results, she said to them "Don't worry guys, you will have plenty of time to be worried and unhappy this week... Now come celebrate with me ! I've WOoooooOOOoOOonnnnn HOOOOOHHHHHHHH !"...

There was a clear divide in the house between the duo of Caro and Dov, and the rest of the house. The guys had decided to stay styrong for the week. As HOH, the young woman wanted to target one of the players she considered the biggest threat, namely Terry who had won many competitions or John who had built strong bonds with many contestants on the jury. Dov pretty much agreed with that kind of statements and insisted on the fact that John was even more powerful as long as he had Pax in his backpocket. The young dancer from NewYork was clearly the charismatic factor of their partnership. Caro started to see him as a more "underdog threat".

A few days later, Eli talked with them in the HOH room about the alliance taht wxas formed the week before. Caro really laughed at the coice of their alliance's name which she found ridiculous. The young man agreed and tried to make sure that he would not be targetted that week. He was reassured as the two power contestants claimed he was never on their radar. Then, he tried to push for a John ouster and it cemented their wish to target the young teacher. At the nomination ceremony, Caro immediately nominated John and Pax admitting she wanted to see one of them go through the front door. They were really standing the back against the wall, knowing only the POV could save them.

Before the Competition, John asked Terry to play the veto for him should he win the competition as he felt Eli was the most untrustworthy among the four guys, and he would not use the POV (at least not on him). The military recruiter did not like this maneuver and he said to the young man that it was not time to separate and to go crazy like beheaded chickens. This little conversation really worried John who was convinced he had to win.

The Power of Veto Competition required the houseguests to cross a quirky obstacle course including balance beams, spinning platform toboggans and a pool. This was a race and each round, one housemate would get eliminated until there was one player left. Dov, Caroline and Pax were he first three eliminated. Then, during the fourth round, Eli distanced his two opponents and took the win. He was joined by John who won his place over his ally within a matter of seconds. For the final round, the two guys raced the fastest they could. Eli pushed over his challenger to maximise his chances but when John retaliated, he fell down the spinning platform, giving the win to his challenger. The two men had a heated argument and both Terry and Caroline had to separatre them while the other two stayed still, on their bench.

The aftermath of the challenge was really tense as Eli was shouting, furious in the HOH room. John was calmed more rapidly but he had harsh words for his challenger and insinuated that he was borderline psycho. Pax tried to calm the atmosphere, saying that their nerves were cracking after so many days of confinement. He had a very funny confesionnal (as he usually had during the season) about how the personnalities in the house were clashing. He imitated the behaviour of his fellow housemates by mimicking a monkey.

At the Power of Veto Ceremony, John decided to use the Power of Veto on himself, hoping for his former ally to go on the block in his place. Without much hesitation, Caro named Terry as a replacement nominee. She added that even though the behaviour of BOTH guys were unacceptable she was thinking long-term less than two weeks before the Final. She finished her speech by saying that the two men needed to make peace rapidly before something goes really wrong.

The rest of the week was not very joyful, with Terry, John and Pax forming a tight threesome, Eli was completely isolated. Dov tried to stay clear of any detrimental confrontation, yet he was reproached for his behavious by both John and Terry who accused him of being a coward, refusing to choose a side. On the other hand, Caroline was not really criticized for riding the middle position and regretted that the ambiance in the house had gone so bad. She wanted to eliminate Terry, but Eli was the deciding vote and he categorically refused to keep Pax in if the young man kept avoiding him.

During the Eviction Ceremony, John and Eli were still angry at each other and when interrogated by the Host, Dov said that the atmosphere in the house had become atrocious after the POV Ceremony. The rules were explained once agin to the houesguests and Big Brother reminded them of their duties in the house. Should another argument of that violence happen, the houseguests taking part would be expelled. Then, the houseguests voted, and Pax was voted out by a vote of 2 to 1. While voting to evict him, Eli gave the reason that he was guilty by association with John.

Week 11Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 11 Terrence
Terrence
Dov Eli
Dov & Eli
Terrence
Terrence
Dov Eli
Dov & Eli
Eli
Eli

It was a really weird Final 5, with no real celebration. The house was clearly divided in several factions, hardly speaking with each other. Caroline felt really sad that Pax was voted out in these conditions. She even cried in the Diary Room stating that even though he had been her target at some point in the week, he was a fantastic player and she was really sad to see him go because of tensions. It was a notable confessionnal as the young woman had never cried before and was always full of joy and laughter. When she got out of the DR, she was comforted by Dov. Although he agreed with her, he said that they had to focus on the game to make sure that they were both in the Final 4.

Then, the houseguests competed in an important HOH Competition during which they had to stack giant play-cards to form a giant card castle. The construction was really tough though. And it required a lot of concentration. Dov and John were quickly on the outs with Terry and Eli racing ahead. The latter was a bit more agressive and tense but he was more efficient. He knew the stakes were important, yet, a few hasty moves detroyed in construction. He kept his momentum but failed to catch up his opponent who won his fourth HOH Competition of the season. While giving him the HOH key, Caroline told him to "play it fair".

Everybody went to the HOH room except Eli who could not care less about yet another letter from Terry's family. The other four were gathered in the room and the HOH then exposed his plan for the week. He was determined to bring the four of them to the Final week and proposed them to draw straws to choose the unlucky player that would stay on the block alonside Eli. John did not want to draw a straw, but when he saw that both Caroline and Dov were onboard, he really had no other choice. He was spared because Dov drew the shorter straw. At the nomination ceremony, nobody was really surprised by Terry's choice.

Before the Power of Veto Competition, Eli asked Caroline, one of the only ones still talking to him if there was a possibility for him to be saved by her shoudl she win. He already knew the answer, but she admitted that she would rather use it on Dov. To be saved, the young man really had no other choice but to win the Power of Veto. In the mean time, John and Terry were pressuring Dov, stating that if nobody in the four won the POV, he would be the one going home. The attorney hated their behaviour and asserted in the DR that the two guys were "cocky bastards". He was litteraly fuming and was hoping for a Caroline win so that they could backdoor John.

He was not successful doing so though as Terrence won the Power of Veto. The competition required them to play a giant version of the goose boardgame, and the military recruiter was really pitiless with his opponents. He let nobody even have a shot at winning.

At the Power of Veto Ceremony, he contemplated for a moment using the POV on Dov to name Caro as the replacement nominee but he did not as he feared Dov would turn on his Number 1 ally to make sure that he maximizes his shot at winning the game. This was a rather unlikely scenario but he did not want to take a shot.

A few times during the week, John gave out the idea of keeping Eli in the house but Terry convinced him that it was a terrible idea and that the jury would not understand the purpose of the move. Worse, they might think that they were playing with people's emotions and have simulated the breakdown with Eli and that was untolerable for the military recruiter who was determined to show during the Live Finale that all the did was defensive. Therefore, Eli was voted out, just missing the last week of the game.

Week 12Edit

HOH Pre-Veto Nominees Veto Holder Post-Veto Nominees Evictee
Week 12
(Round 1)
John
John
Caroline Dov
Caroline & Dov
Dov
Dov
Caroline Terrence
Caroline & Terrence
Terrence
Terrence

There was a bit more celebration than the week before, mainly when the Host announced that they had reached the final week of the game. Caroline described the situation as a huge relief for everybody, and was willing to give her all in the last regular HOH Competition of the summer. It required the housemates to stay on a very narrow platform while holding to buckets that would be filled with water during the challenge. The goal was to stay on the platform and not let loose the buckets while they are progressively filled. Within minutes, Dov fell down his platform. He was too nervous and had a lot of difficulties to stand still. The two remaining players stayed for more than two hours. Then, Caro fell when she couldn't stand the pain in arms anymore. She was really disappointed and fearful for the coming week.

John was very enthusiast : he had just won his ticket for the Finale. He was very happy to be the winner of that Competition as he was the only one safe and the other would have to fight for their place in the game. He chose to nominate Caroline and Dov, not because he liked them less or for a strategic purpose, just because he had to nominate two people and he knew that Terry kept him safe the previous weeks. They were the core of The Beaver's Squad and intended to stay strong for as long as possible.

Meanwhile, the two nominees knew that their time in the house would come to an end if neither of them earned the POV. They promised each other to go together to the last stage of the game. The Power of Veto required them to have a good memory as they needed to answer correctly a series of questions about some objects hidden in the decorum of the house. Caro was always way over the top, but Dov managed to get a pretty good score. When the final scores were revealed, the contestatsnts discovered that John was really close to beat the Attorney but he failed to. Dov earned his second Power of Veto of the season.

He decided to use it after talking with his ally. It was a no brainer that he would use it, and she said that it was not a good move that he uses it on her because it did not have any real purpose. On the other hand, it would ggive her an incentive to eliminate him and she did not want that. Dov really appreciated her honesty, and at the same time, felt a bit weird that she thought that she might change her mind if he used the Veto on her.

This missed opportunity came back later when John and Terry tried to plead for all-male Final 3, but it really did not echoed with Dov who had played with girls during all the game and felt that neither of the two guys would take him to the Final 2.

Obviously, John was forced to name Terrence as the replacement nominee, and Dov cast his sole vote to evict him. When he said his goodbyes, the military recruiter issued a warning to Caro and Dov : if John reaches the Final 2, he will have his vote...

HOH (part 1) HOH (part 2) HOH (part 3) Nominees Evictee
Week 12 (Round 2) Caroline
Caroline
John
John
John
John
Caroline Dov
Caroline & Dov
Dov
Dov

Isolated in the house, John knew that if he wanted to have a sit in the Final and a chance to plead his case for the Grand Prize, he needed to win. Caro and Dov had played quite a similar game but they were very loyal to each other and he could hardly imaine a scenario where one of them would turn on the other.

When Caroline won the first part of the three-challenge final HOH Competition, he was completely distraught. He was almost ready to abandon as the competiton had been quite physical (it required the housemates to cross a slippery course to complete a puzzle), and it was the challenge taht suited him the best. He was really sad that night and Dov remarked that he felt the end coming for him. Both of them then went to cheer him up and he was ready to fight again.

The next day, he won the second part that rquired more equilbrium and stamina. Doing so, he eliminated Dov from contention. When she hugged him after the competition, Caroline told her opponent that she hoped that he would choose her should he win the last part, to honour the merit in challenges. A few hours later, it's Dov who pleaded his case to the young man stating that he should take him in the Final because their relationship had been stronger throughout the game.

The last part, played during the Finale was about answering correctly to the Host's questions about the twelve weeks of game they played. John beat Caro very quickly. The anxiety was too strong to hold for the young woman.

When it was time to cast his sole vote to evict, John chose to eliminate Dov who he felt was the biggest threat when it comes to the relationships he had built with the jury. He also stated that he wanted to play it fair and since Caroline won the first part of the last HOH Comp, he felt she was more deserving.

FINALEEdit

Finalist Jury Votes
Caroline
Caroline
Dov Eli Florence Hope Rubis Taylor
Dov, Eli, Florence, Hope, Rubis, Taylor
John
John
Becky Pax Terrence
Becky, Pax & Terrence

Eventually, the Final 2 were welcomed by the Host and the 9 jury members. They were cheered and congratulated for making it that far. The Host asked them to state why they deserved the Grand Prize before the jury's questions. Caroline insisted on her growth, starting on an all-girl alliance that was rapidly decimated and then building a lot of bonds with many people in the jury and orchestrating moves at the right time to reach the last week of the game along with Dov. On the other hand, John spoke about how he managed to play on all sides having alliances with everybody at some point in the game. He also insisted on the fact he had tried to stay the most honest and decent as possible even when he was attacked.

Taylor asked his question to John to know how he managed to recover after losing his Number ally, Becky. From his perspective, the young man was just sitting there out of luck because he found his game appalling from Week 8 to the end. Then, Eli slayed the young man hard about he felt bullied and ostracized even though they were supposed to be allied. John really pulled him into the line highlighting the fact that everything he did was defending himself when he was attacked.

Then, Pax spoke to Caroline after a few funny jokes he asked her to convince him she was not a floater. He added that he really liked her as a person that she was really amazing and very funny however he was not sure she played a great game. Becky was even harder doing an amazing speech, very eloquent to denounce Caro's game. She felt that all she did was riding the coattails of other people, avoiding every risk and hide behind bigger threats when they were isolated and ready to join the jury.

In the last speech, Rubis asked the young woman if she kept talking and strategizing with her only for long-term purpose (knowing the Model would go home and hoping she would get to the Final) or id it was genuine. When she claimed to be have been very sincere in all her actions, Rubis praised her for her game and her personality. "Letting her win, she said, was the best way to show that in life you can do anything if you treat people well... All the strategies and scheming can be forgiven if you care about people and help them feel good in your company".

On this words, the 9 jurors went to vote. After all teh votes were read, Caroline Poe was crowned the third winner of The Spying Machine, winning by a vote of 6 to 3.

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