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Big Brother 7: Yyaku is the seventh of which created by Yyaku.
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.
Gamble: Every houseguest starts with 10,000 dollars. They can use it to bribe any contestant any way and that contestant has to follow through with the deal, if they get evicted they keep the money. However money cannot be donated, it has to be a legitament game move deal for money. Money can also used to buy perks in the game. For consistency, deals can only be made in 100's or 1000's, and must be whole, even numbers. Ex. not 2335, It would be 2300.
- Immunity for 5,000 dollars you can guarantee yourself safety for one week. Only purchasable Weeks 1-4, only usable weeks 1-4.
- Advantage for 3,500 dollars you can guarantee yourself an advantage in the HOH or POV competition. Only purchasable Weeks 1-4, only usable weeks 1-4.
- HOH for 10,000 you can become the HOH. If there already is an HOH you become the Co-HOH and nominate one player of two, and have all the HOH perks as them. A maximum of 2 HOH's in one week. Only purchasable Weeks 1-4, only usable weeks 1-4.
- POV for 10,000 you can grant yourself the power of veto. If there already is a POV, you play your Power of Veto after the others used. Only purchasable Weeks 1-4, only usable weeks 1-4.
Most Valuable Player The Most Valuable Player, or MVP is a individual voted by America. The HOH will still be responsible for two of the nominations, and the MVP will make the third nomination. The House Guest chosen to be MVP will be informed of his or her status in the Diary Room before the POV competition, and will make his or her nomination in the Diary Room.
- Post-Veto Nominee = PoVN
- Pre-Veto Nominee = PeVN
- Head of Household = HoH
- Power of Veto = POV
12 new eager houseguests wait outside the Big Brother stage ready to enter the game. Julie Chen announces its time to go inside and they pile in. For a whole summer the houseguests would be residing in this house, each week one of them was to be evicted from the house. There was 12 brand new faces ready to experience Big Brother. Audrey, a smart thinker and coordinator, she wants to play the game honest, respectfully, and sufficiently. Corey, a baseball coach and a huge confident guy. He was strong, and physically adept, but he might be a bit lacking on coordination. Jeff, an older guy, and a bit creepy. He has a heart of gold, but he isn't the most sociable or likable guy there is. Juliana, a scholastic college graduate who's working on getting her teaching degree, she feels superior to most people around her in life.
Seth, a model back home, and a big time fan of super stars. He's a huge fan of the game, and even a huger fan of his looks. He's self conscious, lovable, and friendly. Erinn, a girl who wasn't afraid to speak her mind. She would call bullshit out of if she saw it going on. Kat, a very happy, cheery, and enjoyable person to be around. She never seems to be in a bad mood and is always smiling. Jessica a very wise, smart, and knowledgable woman. She seemed like the mother everyone always wish they had. Richie, a typical nice guy, respectful to woman, and stands up for them when necessary. Spencer, a man of his word, and his word isn't always the greatest. He tells things like they are, he's quite annoying, frank, and disrespectful, but he speaks his mind.
Valencio, a fashion model, stuck up, and full of himself and nothing but. He came here to win and he doesn't care how many crying houseguests ugly weaves he has to step on to win that half million dollars. Finally a sweet country girl named Laurie, a sweetheart and goodie two-shoes. Quite a range of houseguests this summer. Everyone found out about the Gambling twist and were very excited, some wanted to use it for bad, some wanted to save it, and other's were so overwhelmed they had no idea what to do with it.
The first HOH competition began, and everyone fought for the competition, but the first Head of Household went to none other than, Corey. Corey was very stoked to have won the competition. Laurie congratulated him and said he was such a strong competitor. Corey laughed and said she had a pretty good chance at winning too, and she blushed it off. Jeff looked disgusted at Corey, and whispered to Spencer about how he needed to get Corey out the first chance he got. Seth gave Corey a high five and congratulated him. Richie came up and said he deserved it. Corey gathered Laurie, Richie, and Seth in a room, and said they were the four people he trusted most in the house. He asked for ideas for who to evict.
After talking with the group, they came up with an alliance, the Frenzy Four. Corey nominated on the block Jeff and Erinn. He said that Jeff and Erinn had done nothing wrong but he had to choose someone to evict and he felt they hadn't talked to him enough to get a relationship. America had voted for the MVP. The MVP that week was Audrey. Audrey was extremely excited to be given the power, and she kept it secret telling no one. Audrey secretly nominated Jessica because she seemed like a huge threat in the later on game and getting her out early would be great.
It was time for the power of Veto competition. Corey, Jessica, Jeff, and Erinn were playing. Also chosen to play were Audrey and Valencio. The winner of the power of veto was Jessica, she removed herself from the block. Audrey decided to renominate Seth in private. The house had to make a choice. Jeff, Erinn, or Seth was to go home that week. The house had to make up their minds. Corey was trying to tell the whole house to evict Jeff. Jeff used his money to spend 2,000 buying Laurie's vote, but didn't want to spend anymore money on another vote. In a 4-4-0 vote, Jeff and Seth tied for eviction. In the HOH's tie breaking decision, Corey evicted Jeff from the house. Jeff left the game with 8,000 dollars in his pocket.
There were 11 people left in the big brother house. That week the HOH was up for grabs. There was no harm done in Jeff getting evicted. Nobody really knew about him or cared that much, it was only the first week. This week the HOH competition seemed to be more important, and people were considering buying a Co-HOH as it could only be used the first three weeks. At the HOH competition, Corey could not participate as he previously won. Laurie, Seth, and Richie decided they had to make up for Corey not being able to participate. The winner of the HOH competition was Spencer. This worried the house because he was a very shady player and nobody knew what he was thinking.
Seth decided he wasn't going to let Spencer be a solid HOH so he purchased Co-HOH responsibilities, he would be in charge of nominating one of the nominees. Spencer nominated Laurie, and Seth nominated Valencio. America voted the MVP for that week to be Corey. Corey nominated as the MVP nominee to be Kat. At the power of veto competition. Spencer, Laurie, Valencio, and Kat were playing. Also chosen to play in the game Erinn and Richie. The winner of the power of veto was Erinn. Erinn decided to leave the nominations the same because she didn't want to intervene. Between Laurie, Valencio, and Kat one of the three was going to go home.
The house didn't know who to choose. They were leaning towards getting Valencio out, but Kat was being really overdramatic about being nominated and crying frequently. Valencio spent 2.5k on Richie voting out Kat. In a 4-1-1 vote, Valencio was evicted from the big brother house, nobody was threatened by Laurie, and people felt Kat wasn't a target in the house. People were worried that Valencio was too bold in his game moves to keep going in the game. Valencio was evicted with 7,500 dollars left in his pocket.
With 10 people left in the Big Brother house, and only one more eviction until jury - there were risky things at stake. Corey and Laurie's alliance that featured Richie and Seth was thriving dominance in the house. Erinn, Juliana, Jessica, and Kat got in a room together and discussed an all girls alliance. However fearful they couldn't pull Audrey or Laurie, they decided to make a girls final 4 alliance. Spencer and Audrey seemed to be the only people without alliances, so the two decided they should start working together. That week for HOH, the winner was Richie. As Spencer and Seth could not participate. Richie winning worried the all girls alliance, so they had a plan. They would all give Erinn 2500 dollars, and together they pitch in to get her HOH. That way all of them would have 7,500 evenly, and Erinn would be HOH to help their alliance.
That weeks MVP chosen was Audrey. Erinn, Audrey, and Richie were all going to be putting up one individual nominee. Nominated by Richie was Jessica. Nominated by Erinn was Seth. Audrey did not tell anyone about the power, even Spencer. She secretly nominated on the block, Laurie. The entire house was shocked at the MVP's decision. People were scared that 2/4 of Corey's alliance was on the block, including Laurie. They were hoping that they could buy the second power of veto. That week at the POV competition. Laurie purchased an advantage for herself, since she was playing. Laurie won the power of veto and pulled herself off the block. Renominated on the block by the MVP Audrey was Corey.
Corey was on the block and the alliance didn't know what to do. Laurie was crying the entire day, and Corey promised her it was going to be okay. Seth said that they should buy Corey the power of veto to use on himself, but he insisted not doing that for the betterment of the team. They would just buy their votes to save their alliance. There was 5 people not voting. The two HOH's and the 3 nominees. Audrey, Laurie, Spencer, Juliana, and Kat would be voting that week. Corey tried to work with Audrey and Spencer. Corey paid 3,000 for each of their votes. In a 4-1-0 vote, Seth was evicted from the Big Brother house. Everyone in Corey's alliance gasped. Corey had only paid for them not to vote for him, he forgot about Seth. Seth left the Big Brother house completely upset.
He and Corey bro-hugged, he hugged Richie, and kissed Laurie on the cheek goodbye. Seth left the big brother house with no money in his pocket, and became the last person to not make it to the jury. He felt totally betrayed, hurt, and confused. He joined Julie Chen out on stage, where she revealed a secret. All 3 of the previously evicted houseguests were going to battle in a competition where one will get back in the house with 5,000 dollars as a benefit. Seth was super pumped to have the opportunity. The challenge would begin in a few moments. In the competition, all 3 of the contestants battled. Returning back in the game was Seth!
Seth re-entered the big brother house. Laurie was crying tears of happiness, everyone hugged Seth. They were so happy that he had returned. Also the fact he was granted 5,000 dollars back into the game. For that week there was an extension on the gambling shop, and everyone could purchase an advantage, HOH, POV, and immunity for that week. Audrey spent 5,000 dollars on immunity for that week, and that set everyone off because they wondered why she was being paranoid. Seth also spent money for immunity. Suddenly more and more people began buying immunity. Laurie also purchased immunity, and she donated 1000 dollars to Corey, and Corey bought immunity. Richie was not concerned, he was just going to get HOH regardless.
Richie normally could not participate, but he could purchase it. Before the HOH competition, Richie purchased it, meaning nobody would participate in the competition. Spencer debated whether or not he should buy it, but he stuck with the idea of using power of veto. Richie nominated Juliana and Erinn. That weeks MVP was Jessica. She nominated Spencer on the block. That week Jessica won POV, she didn't want to use it otherwise Kat would be nominated so she left nominations the same. Spencer didn't buy the POV as he felt he was safe. That week the table's were turned. Corey, Laurie, Seth, Audrey, and Kat were voting. Corey, Laurie, and Seth decided on who their nominee was. Audrey didn't want to bother saving Seth. She felt working with him had put a target on her back regardless.
In a 3-2 vote, Erinn was evicted from the big brother house. The other 2 votes being thrown to Spencer. Erinn was evicted from the big brother house. It was crazy how a week ago she was in control and evicted Seth, and then Seth came back, took control, and had her evicted. Erinn was really upset, and said goodbye to the all girls alliance, and left the big brother house. She left with 7,500 dollars in her pocket and was not making it to the jury.
That week there was 9 people left in the house, and the jury phase had started. It was seeming that Corey's alliance was in control of the house, but maybe some things were not going to plan in the alliance itself. Corey and Laurie who were once notorious lovers, were struggling in their relationship. Laurie was having doubts in trusting Corey's judgement of taking out Erinn, and was starting to feel like being in an alliance with them was a mistake because it was putting a target on their back. Laurie began talking with the other alliances trying to make a deal with them, and Corey's alliance found out about her playing both sides.
At the HOH competition, Corey won. He hated to have to do it, but he nominated Laurie and Jessica. Laurie began crying, and he promised her he would take her down if she proved that she was done trying to work with the other alliances. The MVP chosen that week was for the third time this summer chosen to be Audrey. Audrey decided she was going to nominate Seth as her MVP nominee in hopes of getting rid of a member of their alliance. At the power of veto competition, the winner was Richie. Richie decided to use the power of veto on Seth. That meant that Audrey would have to renominate someone. Audrey secretly renominated Juliana.
In a 5-0 vote, the house decided they were going to vote out Laurie. Corey wanted to cut her loose for betraying the original plan, sending her to the jury house and becoming the first juror. Laurie cried, and tried to hide her tears. She hugged everyone goodbye and told them she wasn't going to be bitter. Corey frowned at her, and he had wished it would work out, but he couldn't stand someone who went behind his back. Laurie left the house with 2,500 dollars in her pocket.
That week there was some bad blood in the house, Corey had betrayed his girl in the house because she betrayed him, and people didn't like that game play move all too much. The only people who were winning competitions all summer where the boys for HOH, and the girls alliance wasn't liking this. The girls alliance got together with Spencer and Audrey and created "the Sneakers" because all 5 of them were wearing sneakers that day. The Sneaker Alliance versus the new Final 4 alliance with only 3 members. They had renamed their alliance the 3 musketeers. The Sneaks and the 3 Musketeers were very passive aggressive to each other before the competition. The winner of the HOH power for that week was Richie. This upset all of the sneakers alliance. Spencer had a plan. He wanted to bribe Richie to betray his alliance for 13,000 dollars.
He offered him the proposition, and Richie was initially shocked. He had a lot to consider, it was a lot of money, but it could also ruin his game. After a long discussion with the two, Richie accepted the deal, and for 13,000 dollars the two nominees for that week were Corey and Seth. Corey and Seth were so shocked they couldn't handle it. Corey was flat out pissed off. Seth was a bit more calm, but still not in a good mood. Corey went into a room and began cussing up a storm to Seth. Audrey walked in and sat in the room with the two and just comforted Corey and Seth, and began a bond with them, promising the two if she won the veto she'd pull one of them down.
That week there was no more MVP, so at the power of veto competition the winner was Audrey. Audrey had to stick to her part of the deal, so she talked to which of the guys wanted the power of veto. Corey insisted Seth should get it, and Seth insisted Corey should. Audrey decided she was going to use the power of veto on Corey. Renominated on the block by Richie was Spencer. Spencer was angry, as that wasn't part of the deal to get him out, but however Richie was not promised the money for who his renomination would be. Spencer was up on the block with Seth.
Audrey was now targeting Spencer, she had flipped to Corey and Seth's alliance and became a new member. She didn't need Spencer anymore. In a 4-1 vote, Juliana voting Seth, the rest of the house voting Spencer, Spencer was evicted from the big brother house. Spencer left the house with no money left in his pocket. The house's new target was Richie because of his controversial decision.
There was 7 people left in the Big Brother house, and it was double eviction meaning at the end of the week there would be only 5. That week was set to be a bit more rushed than the previous weeks. Corey, Seth, and Audrey were working together against Richie, and Kat, Juliana, and Jessica were all working together against Richie. Richie was really upset because he could not participate in the HOH competition, so he was confirmed not safe that week. That weeks HOH winner was Corey. This officially meant the only 3 competition winners this season have been Corey, with his third HOH, Richie had two, and Spencer had one. Corey nominated Richie and Juliana on the block, with a backup plan of Jessica on the block.
At the power of veto competition, everyone was chosen to participate except Audrey, and the winner of the competition was Corey. Corey locked in his nominations and decided to keep Juliana and Richie on the block. Either one going home would be good for anyone’s game, but everyone was dead set on Richie going home. In a 4-0 vote, Richie was voted out of the game. Audrey, Kat, Seth, and Jessica all agreed that Richie deserved to go home. Richie left the game with 25,500 dollars in his pocket.
There was six people left in the big brother house. Audrey, Corey, and Seth’s alliance was seemingly going according to plan against the girls alliance. They were pretty confident that they were going to win. The HOH competition took place and the winner that week was Jessica. Jessica was super excited she had bought her alliance more time in the game. However she knew that she needed to win that power of veto to guarantee the nominations. Audrey persuaded Jessica for 8,000 dollars to nominate Kat and Juliana, and as precaution, to renominate Corey if either came off the block, and Seth if Corey was immune. Those were the exact terms, and Jessica agreed on them. Kat and Juliana were nominated by Jessica.
Both girls were shocked that their alliance member would betray them for only 8,000 dollars. At the power of veto competition, everyone was participating, Juliana and Corey were the final two in the challenge, and Juliana begged him to drop, but he didn’t. Corey won the power of veto and kept the nominations the same. That week in a 3-0 vote Juliana was evicted from the Big Brother house. Juliana left the house with 15,500 dollars.
There were 5 people left in the house, and it was very clear who was in control. Audrey had been keeping everyone on her terms the entire summer, and everyone was listening to her and laying down playing her game for her. She was very persuasive in her methods. People really wanted to get rid of her, even her own alliance whom she’s saved, however nobody thought it was possible. That week at the head of household competition, the winner was Audrey, guaranteeing herself safety for another week. The entire summer Audrey had not even touched the block. Audrey nominated Kat and Jessica, with the backdoor plan of Corey. The winner of the power of veto was Jessica, and she pulled herself off of the block. Audrey renominated Corey. Those voting were Jessica and Seth, so it was clear Audrey was going to break a tie. In a 1-1 vote, it was down to Audrey to pick who would leave the house. Audrey decided after a long process of thinking that she was going to evict Corey from the big brother house. This shocked everyone.
Corey left the house with no money in his pockets, he was very disappointed, hurt, and upset by her actions. Utter betrayal by someone he had worked with and who had helped him, he felt used and abused by her. There was then a segment about the jury, and the jury was all placing bets on who the final two was going to be. The jury had an overwhelming amount of support for Jessica, and there was some hope for Seth. Audrey and Kat were receiving no sympathy from the jury, and felt Kat was a goat, and Audrey was a manipulator.
The final 4 in the big brother house were Kat, a person who’s played a not so much respectable game, but a very honest game. Audrey, someone who’s been safe, in control the entire game. Seth, someone who’s been a wingman, very nice, and strong in challenges. Jessica, who’s been very neutral, strong in challenges, and has no bad blood with anyone. There were 4 jury cases, and only 2 of them were going to make it there. That week Audrey could not participate in the head of household competition. The winner was Jessica. Jessica nominated Kat and Seth on the block. She had hoped she could backdoor Audrey so Audrey would not be the deciding vote. That week the power of veto winner was Audrey, and their plan went to crap. Audrey did not use the power of veto.
Audrey in a 1-0 vote, evicted Seth from the Big Brother house. Officially making an all girls final three. Audrey was hopeful she was going to make it to the end. Jessica was very scared that Audrey would make it to the end with Kat and win. Jessica could not let that happen. She would not ever let Audrey get the best of her.
The final three HOH competition began. The first part of the competition winner was Audrey. Jessica was nervous, but she won the second part. It all came down to Jessica versus Audrey for the final HOH. The winner would stay in the house, the loser was guaranteed to go to jury. This competition meant everything. After an intense battle, constant fighting to the end. The winner was Jessica. Jessica had tears rolling down her face from excitement. In a 1-0 vote to evict, Audrey became the final juror. Audrey was very frustrated.
At the finale, the jury in a 9-0 vote let Jessica win Big Brother. Jessica was super excited, thankful, and grateful for the experience. She was a winner of big brother and she couldn’t believe it. At the reunion there was lots of fighting, bickering, and anger at each other. Richie and Corey got in a fight, also Audrey and most of the people got in a fight. There was bitterness and tears, and Spencer made a speech about how Audrey was the most despicable person he had ever met.