Redemption House: This season, after a houseguest is evicted, they will be transported to the Redemption House. Each week here, the two most recently houseguests will compete in a duel. The loser of the duel will be officially evicted, while the winner will survive another week. At a certain point, the winner of the duel will gain reentry into the house. The houseguests in the house will not be informed of this twist until they are evicted. A houseguest returned to the game when there were eight houseguests remaining. The twist continued after this, but worked differently. The four houseguests evicted after the returning point would compete in one challenge to grant one of the four the right to be the second returnee.
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.
Golden Power Of Veto: 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. However, after the final nine, the houseguests will be competing for...
Diamond Power Of Veto: After the final nine, the houseguests will compete for the Diamond Power Of Veto rather than the Golden Power Of Veto. This will allow the user to remove a nominee from the block AND choose the replacement nominee.
Twelve brand new Big Brother houseguests enter the Big Brother House, eager to compete in the summer of a lifetime. The houseguests quickly get acquainted with one and other, by sitting in the dining room and getting to know each other. Notable introductions are Murray, who makes several loud comments and jokes, and Doreen, who immediately cries tears of joy upon entering the house. In the diary room, Mavon states that Doreen seems too emotionally unstable to compete. After the introductions, the houseguests quickly disperse around the house to create alliances for the game. Murray promptly makes an alliance of six, in an attempt to forge a majority. His alliance (dubbed The Savory Six) consists of Corbin, Honey, Lora, Mavon, and Takiyah. In the diary room, Takiyah reveals how untrustworthy she feels Murray is. After Murray crams his strategy into his alliance, Takiyah goes to Sal and blabs all of Murray's plans to him. In the diary room, Sal states that he wants an alliance with Takiyah because she is clearly willing to be a double agent. Sal decides to form a four-person alliance with him and Takiyah, and Honey and Lora, two others who he formed a bond with. The alliance agrees to target Murray, who they agree is playing the game too fast.
The twelve houseguests are called out to the backyard for their first Head of Household competition. It is an endurance competition, which Jozel wins. Jozel is congratulated by all the houseguests on his win, with each knowing that they must start to strategize with Jozel. Later in the day, Jozel invites all of the houseguests to view his HOH room. They all arrive, and find that Jozel has baskets and baskets of candy. His letter is from his dog, much to the annoyance of his fellow houseguests. All of the houseguests leave the Head of Household room, except for Lora and Jozel. Lora gives her best attempt to flirt with Jozel, but Jozel sees through her plan and ushers her out of the room. Lora and Honey both agree that Jozel is too shady and that they need to target him A.S.A.P.
Jozel gathers Bridgette, Paulie, and Tiffany together and proposes an alliance. He calls them "The Four Horsemen", a name they all love. Bridgette suggests to Jozel that he nominate Murray because of his obnoxiousness, and Doreen for her emotional instability. Jozel states that he likes where Bridgette's head is at, and that he will highly consider nominating the two. Later at the nomination ceremony, Jozel reveals the first nominees of the summer to be Doreen and Murray. Jozel apologizes, but says that the nominations are purely based on first impressions.
After the nominations, Doreen runs up to Jozel in a flood of tears. While crying, she manages to say that she can't go home first. Jozel does his best to console her, and tells her that he hopes to backdoor a bigger threat. This news makes Doreen happy, and she skips off to her room. Later in the day, Bridgette gathers an group consisting of her, Doreen, Paulie, and Tiffany. In the diary room, Bridgette reveals that she wanted to work with the four because she believes Doreen is too emotional, Paulie is too nice to make a move, and Tiffany is too naïve to make a blindside in the game. The foursome agrees that they can trust each other. They all agree that out of the two nominees, they'd like to target Murray. In another part of the house, Lora and Sal greatly bond over having similar personalities. They both tell jokes to each other about their fellow houseguests. Lora and Sal agree to stay close throughout the summer. Later that night, the houseguests are all in the living room playing a series of games. Honey gets fired up, and ends up making several racist comments towards Jozel. After a long pause, Honey quickly apologizes. In the diary room, Jozel says that he knew right then and there that he wanted to target Honey for eviction.
The next day, the Veto competition commences. Jozel ends up winning his second straight competition of the summer. Jozel talks with his Four Horseman alliance, and reveals his plan to backdoor Honey. Bridgette states that she thinks the target should still be on Murray or Doreen, as Honey could be used as a goat in the future. Jozel immediately dismisses Bridgette claim, and insists that he take Doreen off the block and replace her with Honey. In the diary room, Bridgette says that she feels Jozel is not to be trusted. Later in the day, Murray is scrambling to find his footing in the house. He gathers his "Savory Six" alliance and forces each of them to promise to save him. In the diary room, Mavon states that he doesn't trust Murray one bit. At the Power of Veto ceremony, Jozel uses the Veto to take Doreen off of the block, which causes Doreen to cry tears of joy. Jozel then shocks Honey, Lora, and Sal (who all thought they had Jozel's trust) by putting Honey in Doreen's place.
Both Honey and Murray go throughout the house, scrambling to stay in the game. They both try and make as many deals as possible. Jozel holds a house meeting with everyone but the nominees, and tells the nine houseguests to vote Honey out of the house. They all agree, but many are unsure. Bridgette gather the members of the Savory Six that aren't Murray, and tells them how untrustworthy she feels Murray is. In the diary room, Bridgette says that while she would like to remain loyal to the Horsemen, she cannot trust Murray.
In the eviction ceremony, Murray begs for safety, while Honey spends her time giving shout-outs to her family. Ultimately, Bridgette and the Savory Six (minus Corbin) go against Jozel's plan and blindside Murray. A shocked Murray gives his goodbyes to his houseguests, and leaves the Big Brother House. In his exit interview, Murray states that he played too hard too fast. He says that he would benefit from a second chance in the house. Julie Chen shocks Murray once again, and reveals the Redemption House twist. Murray is immediately sent to the Redemption House, to wait for his challenger.
Votes for Murray: Bridgette, Lora, Mavon, Sal, & Takiyah
Votes for Honey: Corbin, Doreen, Paulie, & Tiffany
After Murray's eviction, there is an uneasy feeling amongst the house. Jozel knows that some people betrayed him, which makes him feel uneasy. The eleven remaining houseguests immediately go into the second Head of Household competition, which is very close. Lora ends up winning, much to her surprise. Sal (her closest ally) congratulates her, and suggests that they go through with their plan to backdoor Jozel from the previous week. Lora likes the idea and promises to nominate Jozel. She states that they should ask Honey to go on the block as a pawn. Lora approaches Honey with the plan, which she loves because Jozel almost evicted her in the previous week. The alliance of Honey, Lora, and Sal then shuts everyone else out of the HOH room, not letting anyone else strategize with Lora. In the diary room, Tiffany states that that alliance is very pretentious and that when Lora is out of power, they need to go. At the nomination ceremony, Lora nominates Jozel and Honey saying "the shade is real". Jozel immediately confides in Sal how annoying he believes Honey and Lora are. Sal agree, but then reveals that information to Lora.
Later in the day, Paulie hides under the covers in Bridgette's bed, and waits for her to arrive. Bridgette finally comes in, then is terrified when she sees Paulie in her bed. They both laugh it off, and Paulie goes into the backyard to hide under the pool table. Paulie waits under the pool table, until he sees Takiyah and Tiffany coming. He jumps out and scares the two ladies. That night, Takiyah and Tiffany spend the night in the kitchen drinking wine and having fun. Once drunk enough, they both go around the house and steal something from everyone's bags and hide them in the Have Not room. Takiyah laughs at what they'd done, then they both fall asleep.
The next morning, the nine houseguests all notice something of theirs missing. Honey accuses Jozel of taking the items out of spite. Jozel denies it, but Honey insists that it was Jozel. This causes the two to come to verbal blows in front of the entire house. In the diary room, Lora says that there is more reason than ever to evict Jozel. That day, Jozel approaches his Four Horsemen alliance (Bridgette, Paulie, Tiffany, and himself) and asks if they knew anything about Lora's plans. Paulie states that Lora wouldn't let anyone but Sal and Honey into the HOH room. Jozel then goes on to say that he'll do as much scrambling as he can.
Bridgette, Mavon, and Sal are all randomly chosen to compete alongside Honey, Jozel, and Lora in the Power of Veto competition. Sal ends up winning the Veto, making Honey and Lora very happy. In their closed door HOH room, they all agree to take Honey off the block and replace her with someone that wouldn't be likely to get any eviction votes. Elsewhere in the house, Jozel begs Mavon (someone who's vote is up in the air) to vote to keep him. Mavon doesn't make any promises, saying that he wants to vote with the majority of the house. Jozel attempts to make a floater's alliance consisting of him, Corbin, Doreen, and Mavon. However, Jozel can tell that they are all reluctant. In the Power of Veto ceremony, to no one's surprise, Sal takes Honey off the block. Everyone is surprised when Lora puts Takiyah in Honey's place. Lora says that Jozel is the real target, and Takiyah will not be going any where.
Before the eviction ceremony, Jozel continues his scrambling he makes as many deals as possible. However, they do not work, as Lora's plan is executed when he is evicted in a unanimous vote. In anger, Jozel reveals the Four Horsemen alliance on his way out of the house In his exit interview with Julie, Jozel states that he had a great first week, but the alliance of Lora, Honey, and Sal ruined everything for him. When asked if he would benefit from a second chance, Jozel says that he definitely would. Julie reveals the Redemption House twist, and sends him to meet Murray for the first duel of the season.
After Jozel's eviction, the third Head of Household competition immediately begins. Mavon wins, making several houseguests nervous because he is a big floater. Immediately after the competition, Mavon gathers a group of people he considers to be the floaters of the house: Corbin, Doreen, & Tiffany. He forms an alliance with the three, which is dubbed "Floaters-R-Us". They all agree to be loyal, and Mavon brings up the idea of nominating the trio of Honey/Lora/Sal, due to their behavior in the previous week. The floaters agree, and the plan is put into motion when Mavon nominates Lora and Sal for eviction at the Nomination Ceremony. Lora immediately complains to Mavon, who lies and tells her that the plan is to backdoor Paulie. Lora's demeanor immediately changes, and she becomes very happy. Lora tells Honey and Sal of Mavon's "plan", and they both take sighs of relief. Floaters-R-Us then discuss who the main target should be: Lora, Sal, or Honey. Tiffany suggests Lora, because of her HOH reign the previous week. The foursome agree to the plan.
In an interesting turn of events, Corbin, Doreen, and Tiffany are randomly chosen to compete alongside Lora, Mavon, and Sal in the Veto competition. Sal casually asks Doreen to save him should she win the Veto, which she suspiciously says she can't agree to. In the Diary Room, Doreen breaks down into tears because her conversation with Sal made her stressed. The Power of Veto competition is the famous "Spelling Competition", themed with a Winter Wonderland. It is close, but Lora wins the Veto. Lora and Honey celebrate in the storage room, because they think that Mavon's "plan" to evict Paulie is now locked. In the HOH room, Bridgette approaches Mavon and tells him that while it may be tempting to put Honey next to Sal for eviction, he should put up a pawn to ensure Sal's elimination. Bridgette then goes on to say that she finds Sal a bigger threat than Honey or Lora. Mavon ponders this, until it is time for the Veto Ceremony. Lora takes herself of the block, and instead of Honey being nominated, Sal puts Paulie up. After the Ceremony, Paulie approaches Mavon and asks him why he was nominated. Mavon does his best to reassure Paulie, by telling him that Sal will be going home. Mavon then informs Bridgette and Takiyah that he would prefer Sal going home. They agree to his plan. Sal does minimal campaigning as he believes Paulie's eviction will occur. Right before the eviction, Jozel and Murray compete in the first Redemption House duel. Jozel barely wins, as Murray becomes the first official eviction of Big Brother Bryce 5. At the eviction ceremony, Honey/Lora/Sal are floored when Sal is evicted in a 5-2 vote. In his exit interview, he says that he has no idea who flipped, but Sal is glad he made life-long friends in Honey and Lora. Julie informs him of the Redemption House twist, and sends Sal to meet Jozel.
Votes for Sal: Bridgette, Corbin, Doreen, Paulie, and Takiyah
Votes for Paulie: Honey & Lora
With Honey and Lora still in shock from Sal's eviction, the next HOH competition commences. It is an endurance challenge, which Bridgette wins with ease. The remaining Four Horsemen (Paulie & Tiffany) congratulate Bridgette on her win. They attempt to dictate her nominations, but Bridgette is only pretending to listen. Bridgette forms a final two deal with Mavon, who (on behalf of the Floaters-R-Us) tries to get her to nominate Paulie and Takiyah, as he would actually like Paulie gone this week. Bridgette states that she will consider it. At the nomination ceremony, Bridgette nominates Paulie and Doreen, due to never liking Doreen. She then tells the two "I'd say these aren't personal nominations, but they are completely personal". Lora and Honey take deep breathes because neither of them were nominated, while Doreen begins to weep. Bridgette tries to reassure her, but Doreen won't listen. Bridgette shakes her head, and tells Mavon and Paulie that she really wants Doreen gone. Mavon gives a half-hearted yes, while Paulie quickly agrees. The Floaters-R-Us alliance still want Paulie gone, as they don't want to lose a member in Doreen.
Corbin, Takiyah, and Tiffany are all randomly selected to compete with Bridgette, Doreen, and Paulie in the Power of Veto competition. The challenge revolves around memory, which Bridgette wins. Bridgette silently celebrates winning two competitions in one week. Lora and Honey both know that they need someone to replace Sal in there three-person-alliance. They settle on Doreen, who is high on the idea. At the POV ceremony, Bridgette decides to keep the nominations the same. She assures Paulie that Doreen will be evicted, and assures Doreen that Paulie will be evicted. Lora and Honey approach Bridgette with a plan to keep Doreen safe, which Bridgette lies and agrees to. Moments before the eviction ceremony, Jozel and Sal compete in the second duel of the season. Jozel wins in a landslide, putting Sal in eleventh place. Ultimately, Floaters-R-Us respects Bridgette's wishes, and the four vote to evict Doreen. Lora and Honey are both annoyed by the fact that they were once again fooled. Doreen is tearfully sent out of the house, and sits down for an exit interview with Julie. Julie tells Doreen to wipe away the tears, because she will immediately compete in a duel to return to the game with Jozel. Doreen immediately become happy, and joyfully skips on over to the Redemption House.
Votes for Doreen: Corbin, Mavon, Takiyah, and Tiffany
Votes for Paulie: Honey and Lora
After Doreen's eviction, Julie invites the eight houseguests into the backyard for the fifth Head of Household competition. When they arrive in the backyard, they are shocked to see Doreen standing out their. Julie then reveals the Redemption House twist, and states that Doreen and another evicted houseguest will compete in a competition to return to the game. Julie goes on to reveal Jozel as Doreen's competitor. Lora becomes greatly nervous, as she was the HOH that evicted him. Doreen and Jozel then compete in the grueling Redemption House duel, which Jozel ultimately wins. Jozel is congratulated, as Doreen tearfully leaves the house for good. The now nine person house compete in the HOH competition, which Paulie wins. Lora becomes sick to her stomach, as Jozel will likely be gunning for her. Lora and Honey try to make a three-person alliance with Jozel, who gives a tentative yes. Jozel then re-solidifies his Four Horsemen alliance, stating that he is glad they are together once again. Paulie, however, does not feel he can stay loyal to Jozel. Bridgette suggests to him that they backdoor Jozel. Paulie agrees to the plan, and says that he will also nominate Honey or Lora as a backup in the case that Jozel wins the Veto. Bridgette and Paulie then agree to keep the plan a secret. At the nomination ceremony, both Lora and Mavon are shocked to be nominated. The confront Paulie about it, who assures them that the plan is to backdoor Jozel.
Much to Bridgette and Paulie's annoyance, Corbin, Honey, and Jozel are chosen to compete in the Veto competition. The Veto competition is the popular "Hide-and-go-seek Veto" competition. Corbin is the first one out, followed by Paulie, Honey, and Mavon (respectively). In Paulie's horror, it comes down to Lora and Jozel. In the end, Lora wins the Power of Veto. After the competition, Julie calls all of the houseguests into the living room. She reveals that from now on, the houseguests would be competing for the Diamond Power of Veto. Julie explains that the Veto winner will be able to take a nominee down AND choose the replacement. Bridgette is shocked, now that she knows that the backdoor plan may not go through. Bridgette gives her best attempt to convince Lora to make Jozel the renomination. Lora laughs, then says she'll consider it. In the diary room, Lora reveals that she loves having power. At the Veto ceremony, Lora takes herself off the block. Bridgette and Paulie nervously watch in horror, as Lora names the renom. Lora puts Jozel up on the block, saying that he never really belonged in the first place. Jozel sadly shakes his head, not wanting to leave on his first week back. Floaters-R-Us agrees to evict Jozel, as they do not want to lose another member. They campaign against Jozel around the house. Jozel takes a more laid back approach to campaigning, but still campaigns. At the eviction ceremony, the house decides to evict Jozel in a unanimous vote. Jozel angrily leaves the house. In his exit interview, Jozel claims that he had the summer of a lifetime and wouldn't trade it for the world. Julie tells Jozel to keep his chin up, as the Redemption House is still in play. A shocked Jozel moves back into the Redemption House to await his next competitor.
The final eight houseguests compete in the sixth Head of Household competition, which Tiffany wins. Tiffany is congratulated by Bridgette, one of her closest allies. Bridgette tells Tiffany that she needs to be smart with her nominations, as this is a crucial point in the game. Tiffany agrees, then consults her Floaters-R-Us alliance. Mavon suggests a plan to backdoor Paulie, saying that he is a big threat. Tiffany agrees to the plan, but she then proceeds to tell Paulie that Mavon and Corbin were targeting him. Paulie goes ballistic and comes to verbal blows with Mavon. Mavon retaliates and later in the day he pours Talcum powder in Paulie's duffel bag. Paulie discovers this, and throws Mavon's favorite shirt into the pool. Bridgette witnesses this, and tells Tiffany that she should backdoor either Paulie or Mavon. Tiffany tells Bridgette that she was the second person to bring up a backdoor plan, so she will go through with it. Tiffany explains Mavon and Corbin's plan to backdoor Paulie, which Bridgette loves. At the nomination ceremony, much to their anger, Bridgette and Takiyah are nominated as pawns. After the ceremony, Takiyah yells at Tiffany about the nominations. Tiffany reminds Takiyah to be careful around her, as she is the HOH. Takiyah screams at Tiffany, then storms out. As Takiyah leaves the HOH room, she realizes that everyone could hear them outside the HOH room. Takiyah then embarrassingly retreats into the Have-Not room.
Corbin, Honey, and Mavon are drawn to compete alongside Bridgette, Takiyah, and Tiffany in the Diamond Power of Vet competition. They are excited to find out that it is the OTEV competition. Ultimately, Bridgette earns the right to take someone off the block and choose the replacement nominee. Bridgette rejoices, and reconfirms the plan to backdoor Paulie with Tiffany. Tiffany states that she still wants Paulie to be backdoored. Later in the day, Paulie approaches Bridgette about her intentions with the Diamond Power of Veto. Bridgette lies to him and says that she wants to take out Mavon. Paulie gladly supports her plan, feeling that he can relax for the week. Honey and Lora both agree that they have been out of the loop on too many eviction votes. They gather Bridgette, Takiyah, and Tiffany in a room together, and attempt to form an all-girls alliance. Bridgette and Takiyah half-heartedly agree to the alliance, while Tiffany is all for it. At the Power of Veto ceremony, Bridgette takes herself off the block. Bridgette shocks Paulie when she makes him the replacement nominee. After the ceremony, Paulie approaches Bridgette about him being nominated. Bridgette reassures him, and tells him that Takiyah is the target. Honey and Lora ask Paulie about what he thinks the plan is, and he tells them that Bridgette and Tiffany confirmed that Takiyah would be leaving. At the eviction ceremony, Paulie is shocked when it is revealed that he is the one evicted in a 3-2 vote. In his exit interview, Paulie reveals that he is proud of his game, and he would do it all over again and wouldn't change a thing. Julie then reveals the Redemption House to him, and sends him on his way.
Votes for Paulie: Bridgette, Corbin, & Mavon
Votes for Takiyah: Honey & Lora
After Paulie exits the house, Julie informs the houseguests of the week being a double eviction week. Several people are shocked, while a few suspected the twist. The houseguests compete in the HOH competition, which is won by Corbin. Most people are nervous, as no one really knows where his head is at. Corbin makes his nominations in front of the entire house. He nominations are Bridgette due to making waves in the previous week, and Takiyah for her loud mouth. The six other houseguests are surprised, as Bridgette and Takiyah take their seats. Honey, Lora, and Mavon are drawn to compete alongside Bridgette, Corbin, and Takiyah in the Veto competition. An excited Bridgette wins the Diamond Power of Veto for the second week in a row. Bridgette takes herself off of the block, and much to the house's shock, she makes Tiffany the renomination. Bridgette says to her, "I'm sorry, friend, but it is time to start making moves." Tiffany angrily sits next to Takiyah on the block. The houseguests cast their votes to evict, and it ends up being a tie. Corbin casts the deciding vote to evict...Tiffany. She is flabbergasted, while Corbin explains that Paulie was his friend. In her exit interview, Tiffany states that she waited too long to make moves. Julie informs Tiffany that she may still have time to make moves, as the Redemption House is still in play.
Following Tiffany's surprise eviction, the Houseguests compete in the "Mixed Emojis" Head of Household competition. After a hard-fought competition, Lora is crowned as the new HOH. At the nomination ceremony, Lora decides to nominate Takiyah, the resident loudmouth, and Corbin because of his move made in the previous week. Mavon then wins the Power of Veto at the "Bowlerina" Power of Veto Competition. At the Veto Ceremony, Mavon blatantly decides not to use the Diamond Power of Veto, leaving Corbin and Takiyah on the block. Throughout the week, Corbin campaigns that Takiyah was a big threat, effectively aligning with Honey and Lora. At the eviction ceremony, everyone decides to evict Corbin. In his exit interview, Corbin admits that he wishes that he could've played a better game. Julie reveals that he will immediately compete in a duel to return to the Big Brother House against Jozel, Paulie, and Tiffany.
After Corbin's eviction, Julie appears on the living room monitor. She announces that the Redemption House has been in play since Jozel returned and was evicted. The remaining five are floored at the announcement, while Jozel, Paulie, Tiffany, and Corbin arrive in the backyard. Bridgette, Honey, Lora, Mavon, and Takiyah then enter the backyard to watch the competition between the four. Julie explains that whoever wins the competition between the four will become the new Head of Household. For the competition, the four evicted houseguests will have to hold onto a large suspended popsicle for as long as they can. After a while, all of the popsicles will start moving in a circle, making it harder. As soon as the popsicles leave the ground and the competition begins, Corbin falls off, putting him in ninth place and making him the first member of the jury. After one hour of stationary popsicles, the popsicles start to rotate. Immediately, Tiffany loses her grip, and becomes the second juror. Two more hours pass, and both Paulie and Jozel are fairly stable. Popsicles juice begins to pour on them, making the popsicles more slippery. Jozel almost falls off, but maintains his grip. Another hour passes, and Big Brother decides to makes it harder on the Jozel and Paulie. The individual popsicles begin to turn, in addition to the entire structure rotating. The new obstacle becomes to much for Paulie, and he slips off, making Jozel the new Head of Household and the second returnee.
Jozel reenters the Big Brother house for the second time, and everyone else knows that it is scramble time! Bridgette and Mavon agree that they want to bring Jozel in as a third into their alliance. Bridgette approaches Jozel, who likes the idea of an alliance between the three of them. Bridgette suggests that Jozel target Honey and Lora, because they are an annoying and inseparable twosome. Jozel follows Bridgette and Mavon's plan, and nominates Honey and Lora for eviction. Honey yells at Jozel after the nomination ceremony, and cusses him out. She calls him an idiot, then storms out of the living room. Jozel announces to Bridgette, Mavon, and Takiyah that he wants Honey to leave. His plan is ruined, however, when Honey wins the Power of Veto. Jozel remains calm, and shifts his target to Lora. Honey and Lora enjoy having power in their hands, as they get to decide who will be the other nominee. They settle on one houseguest that they both feel threatened by. At the Veto ceremony, Honey takes herself off the block. Honey nominates..............................Takiyah to be the second nominee. Takiyah is shocked, and tries really hard to keep in what she wants to say to Honey. However, after the ceremony, Takiyah comes to verbal blows with Honey about her decision. Honey gets fired up, and makes a few racist remarks towards Jozel and Takiyah. Takiyah get very offended, and campaigns against Lora to Bridgette and Mavon. They state that they want Lora out of the house to break up a powerful pair. Later in the day, Honey and Lora approach Bridgette about flipping her vote. Bridgette heavily considers flipping her vote to save Lora. At the eviction ceremony, Bridgette decides to blindside Takiyah due to her believing Lora isn't a threat to win. In her exit interview, Takiyah says that she isn't as hot-headed in real life, she just believes the house got to her.
Votes for Takiyah: Bridgette & Honey
Votes for Lora: Mavon
Following Takiyah's blindside, the final five compete in the tenth Head of Household competition. It's a close fight between Bridgette, Honey, and Mavon, but Mavon ends up pulling out the win. Everyone congratulates Mavon on the win, though everyone is secretly nervous for the coming week as Mavon was out of the loop on the last eviction. Bridgette tries to explain to Mavon about why she evicted Takiyah. Mavon forgives Bridgette, and states that he's glad they are together for the coming week. Honey and Lora agree that they need to form a final three deal with Mavon to try and secure themselves a place in the final four. Lora approaches Mavon with her and Honey's plan, which Mavon agrees to. However, Mavon says that should Lora win the final HOH competition, that she must take him to the end and not Honey. Lora begins to freak out, because she doesn't want to lie but she also doesn't want to turn down a deal. Lora ends up nervously declining, then quickly exiting Mavon's HOH room. Because of Lora's small breakdown, Mavon ends up nominating Honey and Lora for eviction. The two girls go ballistic, as this is the second week in a row where they've been nominated together. Honey and Lora both get in a large fight with Mavon about the nominations, while Mavon warns them about fighting with the HOH.
The Veto competition is the "How Much Do You Want It?" Veto. Previous houseguest Anna-Maria Ramirez comes to host the competition. For the first round, each houseguest is forced to either eat a bowl of slop or forfeit the competition. Everyone is able to keep down a bowl of slop, and advances to the next round. For the second round, the houseguests are forced to either dye their hair pink or forfeit the competition. Lora and Jozel decide that that is too much, and give up the Veto. In the third round, the houseguests are forced to let Lora, Jozel, and Anna-Maria signs their bodies in permanent marker. Mavon quits the Veto, leaving Bridgette and Honey in the competition. For the fourth round, Bridgette and Honey are forced to take a blueberry bath or forfeit the Veto. They both make it through to the fifth round. In the fifth round, the two girls are forced to either have Anna-Maria, Jozel, Lora, and Mavon throw dodge balls at them for two minutes or forfeit the competition. Both girls accept, and take the painful punishment. For the sixth and final round, Bridgette and Honey must bid on how many out of the remaining twelve days they would be willing to sleep in the Have-Not room and eat slop. Honey bids six days, while Bridgette goes all seven, earning herself the Diamond Power of Veto! Mavon reveals to Bridgette his secret plan to backdoor Jozel. He says that Jozel is way too big of a threat for the final few competitions. Bridgette agrees to the plan, and takes Honey off the block and replaces her with Jozel. Jozel immediately realizes he is the target and campaigns hard against Lora. Ultimately, Jozel's pleas are not enough and he is unanimously evicted for the third time.
Following Jozel's eviction, the eligible houseguests competed in the "UF-Oh No!" HoH competition. In the end, Bridgette won her second HOH of the summer. He then later puts up Honey and Lora, targeting Honey in an attempt to get her and Mavon to the final three. At the POV competition, Bridgette wins her fifth Veto of the game. At the POV meeting, Bridgette begins to feel threatened by Mavon's chance to win, and takes Honey off the block and replaces her with Mavon. Honey then stood and explained why she was doing what she was doing, before choosing to evict Mavon from the Big Brother house, and he placed 4th, becoming the 6th member of the Jury.
Bridgette ends up winning the grueling endurance challenge that was the first part of the final HOH. Honey wins the second part, which was regarding who won HOH and who was nominated each week. Bridgette won Final HOH, which was identifying statements that the jurors had made. Bridgette felt she had equal chances against Honey and Lora, and chose to evict Lora based on the fact that Honey won part of the final HOH.
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5||Week 6||Week 7||Week 8||Week 9||Week 10||Week 11|
|Day 42||Day 49||Day 77||Finale|
|Head of Household||Jozel||Lora||Mavon||Bridgette||Paulie||Tiffany||Corbin||Lora||Jozel||Mavon||Bridgette||Bridgette|
|Bridgette||Murray||Jozel||Sal||Head of Household||Jozel||Paulie||Tiffany||Corbin||Takiyah||Jozel||Head of Household||Lora||Winner|
|Lora||Murray||Head of Household||Paulie||Paulie||Jozel||Takiyah||Takiyah||Head of Household||Nominated||Nominated||Nominated||Evicted|
|Mavon||Murray||Jozel||Head of Household||Doreen||Nominated||Paulie||Tiffany||Corbin||Lora||Head of Household||Nominated||Evicted|
|Jozel||Head of Household||Nominated||Evicted|
|Head of Household||Nominated||Evicted|
|Tiffany||Honey||Jozel||Sal||Doreen||Jozel||Head of Household||Nominated||Evicted|
|Paulie||Honey||Jozel||Nominated||Nominated||Head of Household||Nominated||Evicted|
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