The award below references Bea Diller:
|Best Social Player|
This character has been voted by the fanon community as one of the most likable and best social houseguests on the wiki.
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Battle of the Block-
Each week two head of households will be chosen and they will nominate as per usual. The nominees will face off in the Battle of the Block competition where one pair of nominees can save themselves. This dethrones the HoH who nominated them and takes their immunity away, shaking the game up, as you can go from HoH to being evicted.
Diamond Power of Veto-
If a houseguest wins the VETO this season, then they will get the chance to remove a nominee and replace that nominee with a houseguest of their choice. This gives the VETO more power and the game could be completely put on it's head.
|Bea Diller||Johnny Grabbe||Jeri Pickering||Bev Elwin|
|Orson Barrett||Don Huddlestone||Dexter Jeffery||Finlay Gilbert|
|Marci Mercer||Terrence Good||Stuart Ryans||Colleen Kelsey|
|Sharron Beck||Kris Vela-Estrada||Sinjin Donaldson||Mel Poindexter|
The start of a new summer and a new Big Brother is introduced to the audience as a massive round of applause echoes through the arena. The first eight houseguests are introduced and everyone is shocked to learn that they are all men. The men enter the house and all celebrate over the fact that they are all together. Orson suggests the idea of an all male alliance before the women enter the house, the men agree, but some are wary, namely Dexter, Don and Finlay who don't really fit in with the other males in the house.
Julie Chen calls the eight boys to the living room where the men prepare themselves to meet the women of this season, but Chen surprises all of them by announcing the first HoH competition of the summer. Sinjin, worried about the possibility of a no-women season, made an alliance with Stuart, Terrence, Orson and Johnny. Terrence commented on how stupid Sinjin is to think that no women will be entering.
At the HoH competition, it was a tight race between the majority alliance in the men but Sinjin came out on top. After the competition, the men were finally introduced to the women of the season. Stuart, Orson and Johnny obnoxiously commented and rated the size of the girl's feminine parts much Colleen's and Sharron's annoyance. Kris, however was thriving in the attention as she almost rubbed herself against each man. Disgusting proud gay man, Dexter.
Within the women competitors, Marci, Melissa and Colleen connected very well. Finlay and Terrence also expressed to the women their hatred for the arrogant boys and the three girls welcomed them in with open arms. The women were then announced to also have a HoH competition, confusing everyone. The women competed and Bev managed to pull through and win. Julie then announced the Battle of the Block twist making everyone gasp with shock.
When it came to who was nominating who, Bev was randomly chosen to nominate first and she revealed that she has nominated Jeri, due to her amazing challenge performance and flirtatious aura. She also nominated Orson due to him being a strong competitor. Sinjin decided to nominate Bea as his main target as she was quite under-the-radar and seemed quite intelligent. Sinjin also shockingly nominated Stuart as a pawn to try and oust Bea.
The men were hugely annoyed at Sinjin for nominating one of their own but Sinjin insisted he had good intentions. Stuart pledged to offer revenge and disconnected himself from Sinjin.
At the Battle of the Block competition, despite Jeri and Orson's physical capability, a mental challenge shocked them as Bea and Stuart managed to win the competition and dethroning Sinjin and naming Jeri and Orson as the official pre-veto nominees.
At the VETO competition Sinjin managed to come through and win another challenge and earned the accolade and decided to save Orson from the block to try and mend some bonds. He certaintly earned Orson's trust back but Stuart was still angry. Bev decided to try and nominate a pawn in Melissa who was quiet around the house.
Leading up to the eviction vote, the men all evicted Melissa as they thought Jeri was hotter and Orson had grown an alliance with Jeri and had grabbed in Kris when he was on Battle of the Block with them both. This racked up six votes for Melissa. Don and Finlay defected from the men and joined Marci and Colleen in evicting Jeri as they had an alliance with Melissa. This left in 6-4 with three votes left. Kris evicted Melissa as she was in an alliance with Jeri and Sharron and Bea followed the majority and evicted Melissa in a 9-4 vote.
Following Melissa's eviction from the house, Marci and Bev were angry that Terrence and Dexter didn't join them in voting Jeri. Terrence talked to Dexter and the two decided to join up with Sharron and Bea who weren't really in any alliances in the house. At the male HoH competition, Stuart came out on top and won HoH, seriously worrying Sinjin. In the girls competition, Kris surprised everyone as she managed to put her prissiness to one side and got her hands dirty. The boys plus Kris and Jeri discussed who they should put up for eviction. In the nomination ceremony, Stuart was nominating first and announced that he had nominated Sinjin as revenge for nominating him and Finlay who had flipped from them. Kris then came up and nominated Terrence and Sharron who she had seen create an alliance, annoying them plus Dexter and Bea.
The BOTB competition was upon the house guests and it was quite a close competition, but Finlay seriously slowed Sinjin down causing the two to fall behind as Sharron and Terrence won themselves off the block and dethroned Kris from HoH in the process.
In the POV competition, Sharron ended up winning the accolade. Julie then revealed another twist in the form of the Diamond Power of Veto, which meant if you took someone off the block, you could nominate someone. Sharron was very excited to hold this power and decided to save Finlay who was no threat to anyone. To ensure that someone from the powerful male alliance went home, she nominated Johnny along side Sinjin, shocking the house.
When it came to the voting stages, everyone seemed to be on the same page. Orson, Jeri and Kris evicted Sinjin due to him betraying the alliance in week 1. Sharron, Terrence, Bea and Dexter thought Sinjin was the bigger challenge threat and also evicted him leaving the vote at 7-0. The remaining five of Colleen, Marci, Bev, Don and Finlay asked around the house and discovered that everyone was voting Sinjin, they decided to stick with the majority and Sinjin was voted in a massive unanimous vote of 12-0.
Following Sinjin's exit from the house, the men/women numbers were levelled, worrying the men. Bev and Bea strated to connect and make an alliance, they decided Bea was the social card, Bev was the strategic card and they needed a physical person to make up their alliance. They decided to add Don into the alliance forming a powerful threesome that no-one knows about.
At the HoH competition, the men went outside and competed in their HoH, in his first victory, Don quietly celebrated with Bea and Bev about taking the accolade this week. When the women competed, Bea and Bev were the last two left, Bev stepped down when Bea promised her security, and Bev trusted her as they were in an alliance anyway.
When the nomination ceremony came around the corner Don, Bev and Bea all agreed to nominate within their original alliances. Bea was chosen to nominate first and her alliance targeted one person from each alliance. This ended with Bea nominating Orson alongside Finlay. When Don nominated he decided to put up Jeri alongside Dexter.
At the Battle of the Block competition, both sides had a weak link, Dexter and Finlay but eventually Finlay and Orson came out on top and removed Bea from the title of HoH. Leaving Don as the official HoH and Jeri and Dexter as the final nominations.
The next competition was for the Power of Veto. It was a tight race, but eventually Marci came through and won the competition awarding her the Diamond Power of Veto. Marci was contemplating on what to do with the Veto. Half of her alliance stated not to use it while some wanted her to use it on Dexter and put up a bigger threat. In the end Marci decided to remove Dexter from the block and ensured one of the women in the alpha alliance would go when she nominated Kris as his replacement.
Lots of the house were fairly set on voting out Jeri, but Kris started acting fairly obnoxiously to the rest of the house causing them to be a bit put-off. Orson, Johnny and Stuart decided to save Jeri as they felt Kris was just a nuisance whereas Jeri could actually help them. This left the vote as 3-0 against Kris. The rest of the house were teeter-tottering on who to vote out, but due to Jeri's campaigning and Kris's obnoxious attitude, Kris was voted out unanimously in a 11-0 vote. Kris didn't go quietly though as she revealed that Jeri and Johnny had grown rather close which was not true as the two were just good friends. This shocked Johnny and his response was to put his middle finger up at Kris for causing trouble.
Proceeding Kris' shocking exit from the house, Johnny and Jeri persuaded and persuaded the house that there was nothing going on. While some believed them, Marci was slightly sceptical and told her alliance. Finlay and Don thought she was quite paranoid and Don reported Marci's doubtfulness to his alliance of Bev and Bea.
At the men's HoH, it was a a blow-out competition in a quiz about the game so far, Terrence managed to win by a considerable margin and became the first Head of Household. In the women's HoH competition, Marci managed to answer the most answers correctly to win the title making her the second Head of Household for the week.
Before Marci and Terrence had to choose their nominations, Terrence talked to his alliance about who they wanted to nominate. The alliance came up with the three targets off either Johnny or Orson with a pawn to try and eliminate their target. Marci's alliance was looking to eliminate strategical threats like Bea and Dexter, however, Marci wanted Johnny or Jeri out of the house.
When it came to the nomination ceremony, Terrence was chosen to nominate first, he decided to target Orson who he thought was a bigger threat as he was very good with the women and quite strategic. He nominated Colleen alongside Orson to make sure Orson goes home. When Marci nominated, she decided to go with her alliance wishes and nominate Bea, however, she also decided to be a tad selfish and she nominate Johnny alongside Bea much to her alliance's anger.
When it came to the Battle of the Block competition, it was a very tight race, but Johnny and Bea managed to pull off a win, taking themselves off the block and dethroning Marci from being the HoH. Leaving Colleen and Orson as the official nominees.
At the next Power of Veto competition of the summer, a surprising victory for the oldest woman in the competition shocked the house. Colleen removed herself from the block and had a very powerful position. Colleen just kept on shocking the house when she made a giant game move and re-nominated Sharron in her place.
When it came to the eviction voting Sharron felt relatively safe as most of the house had been against Orson, Johnny, Stuart and Jeri for most of the game. However Stuart wasn't about to let another one of his allies. This resulted in him talking to most of the house, pitching how Sharron was a very under-the-radar player that wasn't making waves- the recipe for a winner. At the eviction ceremony, it was revealed that Dexter had stuck to Terrence and Sharron and voted Orson out. Bea also convinced Don and Bev that they had no allegiance to Orson, so the three ultimately evicted Orson. Jeri, Stuart and Johnny voted to save their ally and evicted Sharron leaving the vote tally as 4-3 against Orson. The vote was then held in the hands of Colleen, Finlay and Marci who had very different opinions. In the end Finlay got the final say between the two women as they both wanted different things. In the end Finlay decided to side with Colleen and voted Sharron out in a 6-4 vote.
Following Sharron's shock exit from the house, Dexter and Terrence were furious at the outcome of the eviction voting. Terrence decided he needed an alliance to fall back on as only Dexter and Bea were really backing him up. He decided to grab Dexter and propose the "Outer Boys" alliance which consists of the men that are more intellectual and don't really fit in. Don and Finlay both agreed to make the foursome, but Don commented on how he disliked the "High School" stereotypes this season.
At the men's Head of Household competition, Stuart managed to win himself another HoH in the summer, but was quite depressed at how the game was slowly chasing away from him. He decided to bring his foursome to the HoH room and discuss their options. They all pledged their allegiance to each other, and Jeri revealed her suspicions of Bea and Bev being very close. The alliance agreed that they were the targets of the week.
When the women's competition came around, Jeri managed to come into power, much to her relief as she was disappointed with the lack of challenge wins she had put in. The alliance of Stuart, Jeri, Orson and Johnny celebrated on having both the Head of Households.
When it came to nominating two houseguests for eviction, Jeri was chosen to nominate first. She decided to nominate Terrence and Colleen to not raise suspicion and try to get a strategic competitor out. Stuart then went for the main targets as he revealed that he has nominated Bea and Bev, worrying the duo.
Terrence and Colleen went head to head with Bea and Bev in the Battle of the Block competition, much to the young'ins alliance disappointment, Bea and Bev managed to pull out a win when they needed it most.
At the Power of Veto challenge, Don came through and won. He had a very tough choice as he was being pressured by both of his alliances to do different things. Bea and Bev were telling him to not use the VETO whereas his new all male alliance wanted him to use it on Terrence. In the end he saved Terrence from the block and re-named Johnny as the replacement.
Bea and Bev grew very suspicious of Don's sneaky move and questioned his motives on the matter. He claimed that he wanted Colleen to go home and with Johnny on the block he felt he could make that happen. Bea and Bev decided to give him the benefit of the doubt, but they're still suspicious inside.
At the eviction voting, Marci went to her alliance (which was sort of out of the window but not to her knowledge) said to save Colleen as they needed to stay a strong unit. This got Johnny one vote making it 1-0. Orson and Stuart saved their ally Johnny making it 2-1 in Johnny's favour. Bea and Bev were told by Don that the reason he saved Terrence was to get Colleen out, and so they evicted Colleen putting the vote as 4-1 with Don, FInlay, Dexter and Terrence's votes remaining. Don knew to regain Bea and Bev's trust he had to get Colleen out. Terrence was against the idea with Dexter but with Don's persuasion of how they took Sharron out, Terrence and Dexter changed their minds evicting Colleen in an 8-1 vote.
Proceeding Colleen's eviction from the house, the houseguests celebrated over making it to the jury phase of the game. Marci was very aware that everyone had left her for dead in the house. She pledged to get her revenge on all those who had betrayed her and called herself "The Lone Ranger".
At the men's HoH competition, everyone was very surprised by the performance of Dexter who managed to combine physical and mental ability to win the challenge beating the likes of Orson, Johnny and Stuart. The women's HoH was a much more one-sided race as Bea was in the lead from the start due to her stacking strategy.
When it came to nominating Dexter wanted strong males out of this game as they intimidated him. He shortlisted Johnny, Orson and Stuart for nomination and eventually nominated Orson and Stuart due to him thinking Johnny was hotter. When it was Bea's turn to nominate she decided to go for a mix and match, she shortlisted Jeri, Johnny and Finlay and eventually nominated Finlay and Jeri for eviction. This was because she wanted Jeri gone and Finlay was a good pawn to unsure her ouster.
The BOTB competition approached, and Jeri was worried about her and Finlay's chances against two really strong men, both in her alliance. However, a strategic and mental game was presented to the houseguests and Jeri and FInlay shocked the whole of America as they saved themselves and dethroned Bea, leaving Orson and Stuart as the final nominations.
At the Power of Veto competition, Don managed to pull of yet another win and earn the accolade once again. This time their was no question was he was gonna do as both his alliance wanted the same thing- don't use it! So Don didn't use the veto leaving Orson and Stuart as the final nominations.
However, there was more controversy when it came to the eviction voting. Bea and Bev wanted to evict Orson from the house as he was more of a challenge threat and threaten them more down the road. Dexter, Finlay and Terrence however, wanted to vote off Stuart due to him being the "brains" behind the male trio. This left the vote as 3-2. Jeri and Johnny thought they could use Orson later down the road as a challenge threat and thus evicted Stuart. Marci, didn't know what to do and decided to vote Orson because he's very physical. This left the vote as 4-3 with only Don's vote left. Don ultimately went with his gut and evicted Stuart in a 5-3 vote, again betraying Bea and Bev.
Bea and Bev were furious with Don at his repeated betrayal and cut all ties with him, willing to find a different set of allies. Surprisingly, Bea and Bev aligned themselves with Jeri, Orson and Johnny. Don, still thinking he's in with them continues to strategize, annoying the two girls.
At the men's HoH competition, Johnny managed to pull through and get his alliance into a position of power. At the women's HoH competition, the lone ranger, Marci managed to outlast all the other women in an endurance challenge joining Johnny as a HoH.
When it came to the nominations, Bev and Bea pushed for Johnny to nominate Don, however, Johnny had different ideas and wanted to eliminate a strategic threat. This led him to nominate both Dexter and Terrence for eviction. Marci wanted to break up Jeri and Johnny who she firmly believed were involved when they actually weren't. This led Marci to replicate last week's nominees as she nominated Jeri alongside weak Finlay.
At the Battle of the Block competition, despite Finlay's weakness, Jeri managed to carry the performance to the end, overpowering the other two men and taking herself and Finlay off the block and dethroning Marci in the process.
When it came to the Power of Veto competition, Don won his third straight challenge, and planned to take a nominee off of the block. He decided to save Dexter who he had known longer and replace him with Marci who he thought was hated by the whole house and would probably be unanimously evicted.
Finlay, Dexter and Don who were aligned with Terrence wanted to evict Marci from the house and felt it would be an easy vote-off as Don thinks he still has Bev and Bea. When Don approaches the two, Bea and Bev secretly agree to betray him and get him wound up. They tell this to Jeri and Orson, who are sceptical as Marci has kept it no secret that she wants to target Jeri and Johnny. However, Jeri and Orson need to keep Bea and Bev close to them and go along with their plan, completely blindsiding Dexter, Don, Finlay and especially Terrence who gets evicted in a shocking 4-3 vote.
Don was utterly gobsmacked at Bea and Bev's vigilante move. He confronts the two which surprises them more. Bev digs into Don berating him about all the rogue moves he's pulled over them and they wanted to serve him some sweet revenge. Knowing he's in hot water Don backs off. Julie also reveals to the house that the Battle of the Block competitions are now terminated and the only twist still in play is the Diamond Power of Veto.
All of the houseguests competed in a HoH competition together for the first time. It was a close competition, but Orson eventually took the power in the house for the week. Bea and Bev were hellbent on taking Don out. Even though the alliance was nervous about such a big move they wanted to appease the girls so they nominated Don alongside a pawn in the form of Marci.
Don talked to Bea and Bev and tried to reconcile, even though they did feel some sympathy for the former professional surfer, they still felt betrayed and wanted him gone. At the Power of Veto challenge Don won his fourth straight challenge.
When it came to the Veto ceremony, Don predictably used the Diamond Power of Veto to save himself, he decided to get one last ditch effort to regain Bev and Bea's trust by re-nominating Johnny. Making the final nominations as Johnny and Marci.
When it led up to the eviction voting, Dexter, Don and Finlay united to vote off Johnny as they thought he was a bigger threat. Don kept trying to persuade Bev and Bea to pull the final nail in the coffin for Johnny. Jeri saves Johnny and evicts Marci who annoyed her greatly. Bea and Bev were the swings and eventually stuck with their newfound alliance, making it a 3-3 vote. For the tiebreaker Orson had to evict someone, it didn't take him long to evict Marci from the house.
After Marci's eviction from the house, Johnny got very cocky about his position in the house, gloating to Dexter and Finlay specifically as they flipped on the men at the start. Bea started gravitating towards Don again but wanted to keep Bev on her side.
At the Head of Household competition, it was a tight race between Bea and Don however Bea managed to pull through and earned the power in the house. She had very conflicting objectives as she wanted to stay loyal to Bea but she had grew closer to Don. In the end she nominated Don and Finlay in the hopes that Don saves himself.
After the nominations, Bea apologises to Don about her move, saying she wanted to appease Bev. Bea- not knowing Bev is actually in the HoH room- confirms her allegiance to Don, majorly upsetting Bev and putting her on a war path.
At the Power of Veto competition, Bea breathed a sigh of relief while Bea hands formed a fist in anger as Don gained the Veto. At the ceremony he removed himself from the block and decided to re-nominate Jeri as he had made a promise to Bea to not re-nominate Bev.
When it came to the eviction voting, Orson and Johnny wanted to save their ally, Jeri and voted to evict Finlay. Don and Dexter wanted Jeri gone to save their ally, Finlay. This made the vote tied 2-2 and up to Bev to make the final decision. Bea subtly pushed for her to evict Jeri because she's a big threat, however Bev remained defiant and determined to overthrow Don and she evicted Finlay in a 3-2 vote.
Following Finlay's eviction from the house, Bea and Bev had a shouting match, causing the two to fall out and argue, becoming arch-enemies within the house. The alliance of Orson, Johnny and Jeri decided to stick with Bev as she was a hothead and would not garner many jury votes.
At the Head of Household competition, Johnny managed to pull a win out of the hat, gaining his alliance the advantage, but with the Diamond Power of Veto still in play, it was still all up in the air. The alliance had Bea firmly locked onto their radar and aimed to get rid of her.
At the nomination ceremony, Johnny revealed he has nominated Bea, as she was his main target and nominated her alongside weak Dexter so he wouldn't mess the plan up. Bea realised the alliance she was in turned on her, devoting her loyalty to Don.
When the Power of Veto took place, it looked certain for another Don victory, but Don threw the challenge and let Bea win, angering the majority alliance greatly. Bea saved herself from the block and decided to re-nominate Orson as he was a major physical threat and the only chance of Jeri or Bev flipping.
Bea and Don tried their hardest to flip Jeri- persuading her that Johnny and Orson are a pair and would take Bev as their goat. While Jeri did actually believe and confide in what they were saying, she felt it was too early to make a move and stuck with Bev to evict Dexter. Don and Bea evicted Orson in hopes someone would flip. In the end the tie was broken by Johnny and it didn't take him long to evict Dexter from the house.
After Dexter's eviction from the house, Bea and Don continued to pressure Jeri into making a move against her alliance, Jeri ultimately agreed to join them as she was bored as being used as a number. Orson and Johnny were left unaware of this.
At the HoH competiton, Bea celebrated as she won, her and Don discussed who they should nominate for eviction. Ultimately the two decided to nominate Johnny, due to him being a physical threat and Bev who was their man target as she was a total mess.
Upon finding out Bea nominated her, Bev isolated herself from everything and everyone in her room and cried, Bea knocked to find out what was wrong, and Bev expressed that she didn't know what went wrong between the two. The two reconciled, but this didn't change Bea's perception of the game.
At the Power of Veto competition, Bea, Don and Jeri were very angry as Orson came through and won. Predictably, Orson saved his best buddy Johnny, confirming to Jeri that she was the third weel. Orson re-nominated Don and the two accepted their fate.
When it came to the eviction voting, Jeri decided that she needed to masquerade the fact that she's left the alliance as there was no point in saving Don. So she joined Orson and Johnny to keep up her act and evicted Don from the house unanimously in a 3-0 vote.
After Don's eviction from the house, Bea felt very alone, but she hoped Jeri was being truthful with her. Jeri confirms that she is with Bea. Johnny and Orson get rather on-edge as they see the two hanging around together.
At the Head of Household competition, Jeri managed to pull out a win, much to Bea's happiness as she couldn't compete as she won last week's Head of Household. Jeri and Bea discussed their options and Jeri discussed with Orson and Johnny.
Orson and Johnny wanted her to nominates Bea and Bev. Bea wanted her to nominate Bev and Johnny. Jeri nominated Bev, making both alliances happy, but then she nominated Johnny as well, blindsiding him and Orson.
Orson and Johnny confronted Jeri about her big move, and Jeri brushed the two off stating that the two were "attached at the hip". Johnny was very angry that Jeri had betrayed the alliance and swore revenge.
At the Power of Veto challenge, everyone competed, and Bev came through much to everyone's annoyance especially Orson who now knew he was probably going to be re-nominated alongside his best mate Johnny, because Bev would save herself.
Orson was right, Bev saved herself and forced Jeri to choose between her long-term ally and friend, Orson or her newfound ally and purely strategical partner, Bea. She decided that she needed to follow through with her plan and nominated Orson.
Bea and Bev came together in the bedroom and agreed to vote for the same person. The camera shows them making a decision but not on who. It is then revealed that they had evicted Orson as he was a major physical threat and was keeping Johnny safe as his goat. This evicted Orson from the house in a 2-0 vote.
Following Orson's eviction from the house, Johnny became a big nuisance in the house, completely losing his cool and flipping off at the other houseguests. Big Brother warned Johnny about his behaviour and decided to stay in the diary room to cool off.
At the Head of Household competition, it was a tight race between Bea and Johnny but Bea eventually won out. Bea was seriously considering the idea of nominating Jeri as she knew she was the biggest threat. However, Bea decided that she needed to keep her word as Jeri had also kept her word- Bea decided to nominate Bev and Johnny.
At the Power of Veto competition, Bea once again won, and Bev pleaded to her that Jeri was a giant threat within the house, but Bea had made up her mind- she wanted to keep her word and didn't use the Veto keeping the nominations the same.
When it came to the eviction voting Bea tried to get Jeri to save Bev as she still thinks Bev wants to take her to the final two. However, Jeri saw through Bea like a pane of glass and decided she can't let Bea have all the power and decided to evict Bev from the house due to her being close with Bea, evicting Bev from the house in a 1-0 vote.
After Bev's eviction from the house Bea and Jeri realised that it was them versus eachother now as both of them could probably beat Johnny in the finals. In the first part of the HoH, Jeri came through and won, doing a victory punch in the air. In the second part of the HoH, Bea came through to beat Johnny who was still a mental mess.
At the final part it was very very tight, but Bea managed to come through and win, which made Jeri think she's down and out.
When it came to the eviction voting, Bea did consider challenging herself against Jeri, however she decided that she needed this money way too much and evicted Jeri from the game making herself and Johnny as the final two.