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Big Brother 4: Yyaku is the fourth of which created by Yyaku.
Coaches vs. Cheerleaders: 7 teams from across America consisting of cheerleaders and their boyfriends, are battling for the fame, they can either work together or apart with their partner. Alongside that they are accompanied by official spokespeople for the Cheer National Division League and NFL championship enterprise will be there to give them advice and play alongside them. Whoever wins the game, they get the regular $500,000, additionally if they are a cheerleader - they will win for their cheer foundation a $100,000, and if it's a football player they will get $100,000 for their foundation of football.
Head of Household: Each week, 1 person wins HOH and nominates 2 people for eviction. If the POV holder uses it on the nominees, they have to pick a replacement nominee. At evictions, If it's a tie then the HOH casts the sole vote.
POV: Power of Veto, or POV, is a competition that is held each week after nominations are held. This competition gives one housemate the chance to change the nominees. The HOH will replace any nominee taken off the block.
Squad Meetings: Once a week, there is a squad meeting that sends all of the other team outside, and for an hour the teams are allowed to talk, strategize, and have the house to themselves. Both Football Players and Cheerleaders get their own hour, the Cheerleaders get theirs first. However sometimes if you lose a team battle your squad meeting time will get cut down to 15 minutes.
Team Battles: Instead of Have's and Have-not's, once a week the teams will compete in a challenge, evenly, and fight for victory. The losing team will have slightly less privileges all week.
- Post-Veto Nominee = PoVN
- Pre-Veto Nomine = PeVN
- Head of Household = HoH
- Power of Veto = PoV
16 people from across America join the big brother house, some of them joining for the glory, some for the money, and some just want to have one. Through totally different walks of life, we have Football Players, and Cheerleaders. Both of which are on opposite sides of the house, and working against each other, for their cause at the end of the game. In a battle over summer, their vacation home will get smaller and smaller week by week. Voting out, which team will reclaim their title? Will the stereotypes be broken, or further proved? Find out this season of Big Brother!
The 16 contestants arrive at the house, and the first four to enter the house are Alicia, Sam, Rojer, and Denmark. All of them run inside the house. They check all over the rooms, and notice the theme is football on one side of the house, lots of football gear theme, nice furniture, and fake grass laid out, and the cheerleaders notice a lot of gym vibes, and dancing studio places. They have pom pom's over their beds, and a team flag sprung up on the walls.
The next four contestants to enter the house, Le-Anne, Kingston, Bronston, and Clarissa. The castaways enter the house, and already start forming their sides of the house. Boys claiming there beds, and the girls checking out the top floor and opening doors. The next four to enter the house, Katasai, Tenisha, Abby, and Fillipo. They check out the house and are all super excited to be there. The final four enter the house. Jake, Corey, Madeline, and Joseph. Everyone in the house gets situated and settles down. The people get to know each other, and start talking a bit. Everyone is getting along on good terms, and introducing each other.
Everyone stays with inside the house, and talks. After a few days it was time for the Team Battle. both teams battled, but at the end of the day, the male team won, putting the girls without certain privileges for the rest of the week. For the woman this was a huge disadvantage. But for the men, they were as confident as ever. After this, it was time for the HOH competition. They fought long and hard, but the outcome showed that Joseph would become the first head of household for the summer. Jo
seph as the head of household had a hard decision to make of who he wanted to put up, but at the same time very simple. It just had to be a cheerleader, there was no risk putting up two cheer leaders. Joseph however did have a tough decision because one of the men's girlfriend would be on the block. It was a complex strategy, and he was torn on what two girls to put up. He randomly decided Clarissa and Madeline. When it came to Team Meetings, the girl had 15 minutes with the house to themselves. The men all were sent to the pool. The woman all talked strategy, and what to do in the POV.
When it was the men's turn, they had a few bones to pick with Joseph's decision, but it was all resolved, and everyone realized the common enemy, and if their partner had to suffer, oh well. The men spent the time, and then it was time for the Power of Veto competition. At the power of veto competition, Kingston won, and decided to take Clarissa off. Clarissa was replaced on the block with Tenisha. Katasai was very pissed off. It came down to the vote to decide who was going to leave the house, and who was going to stay.
When it got to the eviction ceremony, Tenisha felt it was clear she was going home, however, when it got to the ceremony, the first person to be evicted from the house was surprisingly Madison. Surprisingly in a 7-6 vote, the flipper to vote Madison, was her own husband. He knew it was wrong, but it was the best thing he could do in the game for his cause.
With things changing in the house between two opposing groups, and the cheer captain eliminated already, things are getting very heated. With the flipping of her own husband to get her out of the game, it's clear that it's a very challenging group of people. 15 are left, who will be evicted next on Big Brother?
The episode starts off with the HOH competition. All of the competitors were playing except for the previous HOH, Joseph. Everyone competed against each other, neck and neck the battle went between everyone on both sides, but at the end of the competition, the player who emerged victorious was Tenisha. Tenisha cheered and hugged the girls. All of the girls were super happy a girl was in power for the vote that night. However one girl was really upset she had lost, Alicia. She had fought against Tenisha, and was mad she beat her.
Tenisha started noticing how Alicia was acting, and was getting a little offended how ungrateful she was being that she won. Tenisha knew she had to put up a guy on the block, but she was weighing her options on if Alicia was truly loyal ally to her. When it came time to give the nominations, Tenisha was hesitant, but her options were to nominate Alicia and Denmark on the block. Alicia and Denmark were extremely angry at her.
When it came time for the Team Battle, the Cheer squad won, putting the boys at a disadvantage. They were have-nots and had shorter meeting time. The girls at their house meeting were all bickering over what they were going to do. A lot of girls were angry at Tenisha for putting a girl on the block, Tenisha especially, and some were defending. The group was split in half, and Corey was the middle man tending to both sides.
At the POV competition, Katasai, and he decided not to use the power of veto. When it came time to descision make, Tenisha and Alicia had a one on one talk, and forgave each other, Tenisha cleared her mind to an unbiased state, and they all voted. The votes were in. In a 7-5 vote, Denmark was evicted from the house.
With only 14 houseguests left, there was lines that were a lot more clear in the house. The boys and girls were working separately, however, common enemies still existed, and there were people who wanted to get people out. The HOH competition showed this. The winner of HOH, Kingston, is out for blood. Kingston didn't care about ties with anyone, and was only playing for himself. He felt that raising money for the foundation was worthless. He nominated on the block, Joseph and Katasai, as they had both won challenges before. This shocked everyone in the house, and truly was a blindside.
For the Team Battle, the girls won, putting the boys at a disadvantage. During the girls meeting they didn't disucss much, but the boys had a lot of fighting, and a lot of drama. During the POV competition, Le-Anne won, and with the persuasion of Kingston, decided to keep the nominations the same. When it came down to vote, it was about the two men seeing what numbers they could accumulate. Katasai and Joseph were made because they had become friends while in the game.
The vote had come down to voting Joseph out because he had shown strength in challenges more than Katasai, and Katasai was more of everyone's friend in the house. Kingston was smirking because he had gotten a threat out of the house and nothing changed for his game except he had better odds.
There is only 13 houseguests left in the Big Brother house. 6 men, 7 woman. And with a new HOH up for grabs, a whole lot more is up for stake than just a right to nominate. Who will be evicted tonight on Big Brother? The live HOH competition takes place, and the winner is declared. With Clarissa being in charge of the house it is up to her to decide what she want's to do with her nomination picks. She decided to nominate Tenisha and Katasai.
Both of them had proven to be good at winning challenges, so it only seemed best for her game to get them on the block. At the team battle competition, the boys won setting the girls at a disadvantage for the week. When it came to the POV competition, once again Le-Anne won, and with the talking to of Tenisha, she requested it be used on Katasai. Le-Anne followed her request and saved Katasai off of the block.
In the renomination descision, Clarissa decides she would take a shot at getting rid of Sam. Tenisha did a bad job at presenting her case on the block and could not get anyone to rally to support keeping her except her boyfriend, Katasai. Tenisha was evicted from the house in a 9-1 vote.
With the 12 remaining houseguests on ends with each other constantly, it was time for the remaining houseguests to compete in an HOH competition following the last eviction. The HOH competition was an intense battle from start to finish, when it was clear to everyone that Katasai was about to win, out of nowhere it shocked everyone Corey won.
Katasai was kind of angry he lost, because there was already a target on his back. When it came to the team battle, the boys won for the final team battle of the season, and all of the football players in the house received a special reward. They were all granted immunity for the nomination ceremony. Meaning Corey would have to nominate two cheerleaders, and nobody could vote out one of the boys this week. This meant no matter what a girl was going home, and this made everyone nervous on the girls side. Corey had a big decision to make.
Corey nominated Clarissa and Sam, because those two were the least close with him in the house. When it came to the POV challenge, Corey won it again, and left the nominations the same. The house had to decide who they wanted to go home, the boys with immunity couldn't vote, neither could Corey or the nominees. It came down to the 3 girls, Le-Anne, Abby, and Alicia to decide. All 3 came up with the idea to evict Clarissa.
The 11 remaining houseguests had officially made it to the jury phase, and the team twist had been long forgotten. Meaning it was anyones game. This really was a fight to the end, and by the looks of it, everyone had good odds at getting that $500,000 prize. For the HOH competition, in a close race to the finish, the winner of the competition ended up becoming the head of the household was Le-Anne.
Le-Anne had a tough set of people to nominate. Everyone she had felt she had grown so close with. However one in particular was having a metldown. Alicia had really missed her boyfriend, and was constantly complaining, crying, and fighting with people in the house. Especially couples. However the wisdom of Rojer slapped her right in the face. He told her he had gone the longest without his partner and he wasn't crying like a little bitch.
Alicia cried her eyes out in the corner room, and all of the cheerleaders came and helped her, when all of the football players were silent in the HOH room talking and wondering what was going on with Alicia. Alicia stormed off into the HOH room and decided to pick a fight with Rojer for calling her a little bitch. She called him an old crusty grandpa and he rolled his eyes. Le-Anne knew the drama of the house could be an easy way for her to nominate without getting blood on her hands. She nominated Rojer and Alicia.
At the POV competition, Kingston won and decided to save his coach, Rojer. Le-Anne's new nominee was Corey because she felt he had blood on his hands and would be easy to get out in the event Le-Anne wanted an all girls alliance. However, since Alicia was going around the house crying, talking shit, and gossiping, the house decided to evict her. In a 5-3 vote, Alicia was evicted from the big brother house and became the first juror.
10 houseguests were left, 7 of them were boys, and 3 of them were girls. And with the odds like this, the boys thought they might want to align. It did seem best for their game to get them all in the same alliance. The only person who might've been opposed to it was Corey, who was on the cheerleader team. This was discretely shown when he avoided the group meeting of guys to sit in the pool with girls. Jake didn't know how to recruit his boyfriend, he seemed pretty set on staying with the girls, which put the house at a 4-6. Jake didn't want to flip on his friends, nor did Corey. One of the two boyfriend's knew they had to flip, but do they have time? Neither wanted the other to be in trouble on the block.
At the HOH competition, Kingston won. With the decision making of his bro's, excluding Jake, he decided it would beneficial to put Jake and Corey on the block. The boys were already set on evicting Corey, and Jake was on the block so he couldn't interfere with their plans. This pissed to couple on the block off. Corey had a break down and started crying, and Jake went in the room with him, and had him cry on his shoulder. At the POV competition, Phillipo won, and used the power of veto on Jake. Jake was thankful, but upset. They nominated on the block Abby. Jake begged that his boyfriend didn't go. The boys were having a hard time deciding between the two.
At the vote, everyone felt their relationship was too strong to keep them in the house together. This put the green and teal couple in a state of nervous because they were strong couples. The outcome of the eviction showed that nobody was safe in a couple, and this put green and teal in the cross-fire of a war.
There were 9 remaining houseguests, 6 of them men, 3 of them woman. There was no hope for the woman except for them to win HOH, and even then, they had to win the power of veto. It seemed nearly impossible any of the woman were going to get out of the house alive, it all seemed to be a matter of when their time was going to be. At the HOH competition, Bronston won HOH and decided he wanted to backdoor Le-Anne, but he didn't want Phillipo to know. He would have to put his girlfriend up as a pawn, which was very scary to him, and would hurt her feelings.
He nominated his girlfriend and Abby on the block. This alone made everyone seriously question what was going on, and why he wouldn't nominate Le-Anne instead he nominated his girlfriend. At the POV competition, Bronston won and decided to use the power of veto on his girlfriend and put Le-Anne on the block. She was the best at challenges. Le-Anne had saw it coming from a mile away, and Phillipo was extremely mad. When it came time to evict, though it hurt everyone to do something to Phillipo, they had to evict his girlfriend Le-Anne.
She was too big of a competitive threat to keep in the house, which is why she became the third big brother juror in the house. Phillipo was mad, but the two guys hugged it out and made up.
8 people in the house were left, and now that the less and less remained. There were only 2 girls in the house, against 6 men. Sam and Abby were trying their best to be happy through this all, but they were both incredibly stressed. It was an alliance of 6 versus two. The two girls tried their best in the house however. Katasai won the HOH.
With the HOH, he decided to nominate Sam and Abby onto the block. Sam and Abby both were very nervous and upset to be on the block, but they felt that if they did their best in the POV, one of them could save themselves for another week and not leave it to the boys. At the POV competition, Abby won, and she was the target, and Bronston was very upset. Katasai's replacement nominee was Bronston because he felt he deserved to go on the block with his girlfriend. The outcome of the vote was no suprise to anyone, in a 4-1 vote, Sam was leaving the house. Abby felt very alone in the house after this.
The final 7 of the house, Rojer, Bronston, Kingston, Abby, Phillipo, Jake, and Katasai. With everyone on their toes, especially Abby, people were taking precaution to make sure they didn't end up leaving the house earlier than they needed too. Abby was crying in her room while all of the boys talked in the HOH room. When it was time for the HOH competition, Abby shocked everyone and won herself safety, guaranteeing her a spot moving onto the next week.
She had to decide who she would nominate, and she decided to put up some of the threats in the game, and people who she felt were pulling the strings in the all boys alliance. She nominated Rojer and Kingston because she felt Rojer was the teams leader, and Kingston was a challenge threat. This put the boys at unease, but they knew they would be fine if they were on good terms with Abby. At the power of veto competition, everyone participated except Katasai, and the winner of POV was Jake, and Jake saved Kingston, because he felt the two of them were close.
Abby renominated Fillipo on the block because he was a very huge annoyance in her opinion. At the voting ceremony, the boys before the vote were asking her where she was tilting her vote, and she said Rojer. They boys also felt Rojer was a threat, but also didn't want to get out someone who had done so much coaching for them. After thorough convincing, Rojer was evicted from the big brother house.
The 6 remaining houseguests, Abby, Bronston, Fillipo, Kingston, Katasai, and Jake, were remaining in the Big Brother house, after 10 weeks, America watched as these 6 competitors fought through 10 other houseguests, and one by one, they were sent out the door. 6 are left, and with Rojer being evicted last week, the men might not be holding as strong, especially since it's 5-1, that might not last forever without their old leader of their alliance. Abby could not participate in the POV competition, which was giving her some anxiety, knowing she would be a nominee to the alliance, her only hope was that another man being nominated, she could gain an ally, because they were both on the block.
At the HOH competition, Kingstons won, and his two nominees were Jake and Abby. Abby talked with Jake about his circumstances, and he was upset, and the two bonded over him being on the block. She was trying to get one of the two to win POV, and to gain another ally, so they could flip the house and save her. However plans for that weren't looking so hot, because nobody in the house was wanting to flip on each other. Jake and Abby were the only two people, versus the other four.
At the POV competition, the winner of the POV was Jake. He removed himself off of the block, and Kingston decided to renominate Katasai because he was his biggest threat in challenges. Abby in her desperation, managed to get Bronston on their side of flipping the house, however Fillipo was not on board. Jake and Bronston flipped to save Abby. Katasai was evicted in a 2-1 vote, Fillipo and Kingston were super betrayed, and the two of them felt very angry towards Jake and Bronston flipping. Katasai got up and hugged all of the housemates as he left a little heartbroken he had been evicted.
The final 5, Jake, Kingston, Fillipo, Abby, and Bronston. There was lots of drama in the house, mainly from the flipping. America was digging all of it up, tweets were appearing in the corner of the screen with taking sides of everyone in the house, and it seemed Abby and Fillipo were getting in a fight. Fillipo was being rude to her, and she started cussing him out. Abby had tears in her eyes, and Bronston and Jake were worried about keeping her around due to her drama. However it might be good to keep her because nobody will vote for her at the end, but they also had to account for the jury having cheerleaders.
At the HOH competition, Jake won, and nominated Kingston and Fillipo, but he had the intent of back-dooring Abby in the event either of them won POV. His only hope is that Abby didn't win POV so she wouldn't mess with his decisions and have to put Bronston on the block. The winner of POV was Kingston, which was expected. He nominated Abby, and played it off like he needed to put someone up. However Abby was an emotional wreck and started crying.
Everyone in the house was trying to sympathize with her, because she had been in the house without her boyfriend and any allies for a while, and they felt bad for her, but at the end of the day she needed to go so the boys could reform their alliance. The boys worked out their differences from the flipping at the last vote, and they decided to evict Abby. In a 2-0 vote, Abby was evicted from the Big Brother house. She stood up, and accepted her defeat. She cried and hugged everyone and left the BB House.
The 4 remaining houseguests celebrated how far they had made it into the game, and with only one week until the end, everyone was wanting the HOH, however Jake couldn't participate, and he was starting to think winning last week was going to be a bad thing, however it got him to the final 4, and he was excited about that. At the HOH competition, Kingston won. He nominated Fillipo and Jake. Jake had pretty much accepted he was going to go home at that point.
Jake did his best to be nice to everyone, and make everyone appreciate his company, but he was afraid no matter what he was going to get evicted. However it did come down the POV competition. Kingston won, and Jake was nervous, but then he realized his good ally Bronston was going to be voting, not Kingston. Jake was excited, and talked with Bronston, and Bronston guaranteed him he was safe. When it was time to evict, Bronston evicted Fillipo from the Big Brother house. Kingston was not shocked, in fact he wanted Fillipo gone, as he was his only real threat in the end other than Bronston. He didn't want to go to the Final HOH competition with two challenge beasts.
At the final HOH competition, Kingston won at the Final 3 final challenges. He won 2 out of the 3 competitions, which put him as the summers final HOH winner. Bronston was extremely mad he was so close to winning the final HOH competition. The two nominees were set, and Jake and Bronston were going to try their best to kiss up and get themselves saved. Both of them gave their best speech to Kingston on why they deserves to stay in the house.
It came down to Kingston, and he decided he was going to evict Bronston from the Big Brother house, meaning the final two was going to consist of Kingston and Jake. Jake hugged Kingston and was extremely grateful. They hugged Bronston goodbye, and the final two celebrated together over a glass of wine. They had never thought those two were going to be the final two.
With two huge cases in front of the jury, who would they choose?
With two huge games in front of them, a huge social butterfly and friend to all, a gay man full of happiness and warmth, and another player, a less social, and more strength filled, guy. He got blood on his hands and really got down and dirty. Despite the odds of a bitter jury, it was a quite shocking result that Kingston was rewarded with the title in an 8-1 vote. Jake getting one vote from his boyfriend, the rest of the jury felt Jake's game was lackluster and not deserving of the title. Kingston played the game amazingly and deserved his title.