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. 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 legitimate game move deal for the money. Money can also be 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 1234, it would be 1200.
- Advantage: For $3,500 you can guarantee yourself an advantage in the HOH or POV competition. Only purchasable weeks 1-6, only usable weeks 1-6.
- Immunity: For $5,000 you can guarantee yourself safety for one week. Only purchasable weeks 1-6, only usable weeks 1-6.
- Pandora's Box: For $5,000 you can take a trip to Pandora's Box. Inside Pandora's Box is either a game-related advantage or a game-related disadvantage. Pandora's Box will only have an effect on the houseguest who buys it. A trip can be taken during all weeks of the game.
- POV: For $9,000 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 1-6, only usable weeks 1-6.
- Diamond POV: For $10,000 you can grant yourself the Diamond POV. This allows you to take a nominee off the block AND choose the replacement. Only purchasable weeks 1-6, only usable weeks 1-6.
- 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 1-6, only usable weeks 1-6.
Big Brother Roadkill: Following the nomination ceremony, the houseguests competed in the BB Roadkill competition, with the winner earning the power to privately nominate a third HouseGuest for eviction. For each Roadkill competition, an RV is placed in the backyard; one at a time, houseguests enter the RV to complete the task. Following the competition, the HouseGuests are privately informed if they won or lost the challenge, with no obligation to ever reveal their result; the winner then names a third nominee in the Diary Room. If the Roadkill nominee is saved by the Power of Veto, the Roadkill winner privately names a replacement nominee.
|Dakota Larson||44||Stay-at-home Mom|
|Hunter Martinez||25||Physical Trainer|
|Kirstin Lee||23||Nail Salon Owner|
|Robert "Rob" Bradshaw||30||Engineer|
|Samantha "Sami" Becker||21||Internet Personality|
|Spencer Lowe||21||Medical Student|
|Virgillo "Truck" Peterson||26||Professional MMA Fighter|
|William "Will" Laramie||24||Law Student|
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Julie Chen stands in the Big Brother house, ready to greet America with a new season of Big Brother Bryce. She promises a season full of twists, turns, and gambles taken by the houseguests. She walks through the living room, themed like the Las Vegas strip: skyscrapers behind the nomination chairs, a sign saying "Welcome to Fabulous Big Brother" hanging from the ceiling above the nomination chairs, palm trees painted on the wall, and shiny lights across the boarder of the wall. Julie walks out of the house, and is greeted with applause from the studio audience. She tells that their are twelve brand new houseguests waiting to enter the house, and the first video montage begins playing. Ramona slices open a cake, and finds her Big Brother key in the middle. Hunter opens up his gym bag and finds his Big Brother key inside. Kirstin opens up a cash register to find her Big Brother key inside of it, and Will flips open a law book and finds his Big Brother key in the middle. Ramona tells of how she wants to play a social game, and be friends with everyone in the house to maneuver her way to the end. Hunter explains how he plans to create a large alliance of physical players to be successful in the game. Kirstin talks about how she is a huge fan of Big Brother and wants to make a plethora of big moves to run the game. Finally, Will tells the audience about how being on Big Brother is his dream and he will make the most of his experience. The next four houseguests to receive their keys are Dakota who finds her key in a pile of laundry, Donnell who finds his key in between two old books, Michelle who find her key underneath a dumbbell, and Rob who finds his key attached to his cat's collar. Dakota explains how she is a stay-at-home-mom and is looking for adventure through Big Brother. She wants to be a memorable houseguest. Donnell talks about his struggles social anxiety and hopes that Big Brother will help him get over it. Michelle states that she plans on being the most physical houseguest in the house and winning her way to the end. She also adds that she wouldn't mind a showmance! Finally, Rob tells about how he wants to lay low to make it to the endgame. After the second group of houseguests find their keys, Sami finds her key on top of her make-up palette, Truck puts his hand inside of an MMA glove and pulls out a key, Spencer finds his key stuck in a tree branch, and Nadia finds her key inside of a sandwich she is eating. Sami introduces herself as a famous social media personality. She states that she has 7,000,000 followers on her Youtube account and she is famous for her make-up tutorials and vlogs about her life. Truck introduces himself as the current world-wide heavyweight champion in MMA/UFC. Spencer introduces himself as a superfan of Big Brother, and says that he wants to do the game justice. The final houseguest to be introduced, Nadia, states that she is a nutritionist and wants to teach her fellow houseguests how to be healthy over the summer.
The twelve brand new houseguests are now on the stage with Julie. Julie greets them and welcomes them to the game of Big Brother. She permits Dakota, Sami, Spencer, and Will to enter the house first. The first four are followed by Donnell, Michelle, Ramona, and Truck. The final four houseguests to enter the house are Hunter, Kirstin, Nadia, and Rob. After the twelve houseguests have entered the house, Julie reveals a new twist to the audience...that will be revealed with the next update!