Hello! I'm Zeebem10, but you can call me Zee. This is my first Big Brother Fanon, so please bear with me and any let me know of any mistakes I might make. >.< Thank you!
Head of Household: At the beginning of each week, there will be a competition where the winner will become Head of Household, who will be safe for the week, and will put up two houseguests up for Eviction.
Power of Veto: This competition allows the winner to take down one of the nominees, forcing the HoH to replace the taken down houseguest with another.
-America's Vote: Each week, America will have a say in the Eviction, with the country being able to vote out one of the two nominees.
Week 1 (Instant Eviction): Right after the first nomination ceremony, the houseguests are called to the living room for an eviction ceremony without any PoV comp.
Week 3 (Pandora's Box): Week resets, while the HoH is put up as a nomination, and cannot compete in the HoH comp, along with the previous week's HoH.
Week 6 & 9 (Double Eviction): After the regular eviction, there will be a week's worth of Big Brother in one night, resulting in a second nominee to be evicted.
Week 8 (America's Returnee): After the airing of Week 6's Double Eviction, America will vote on which of the eliminated houseguests they want to see back in the house. The winner of this vote will immediately come into the house after Week 7's Eviction.
Week 10 (Jury's Revenge): The final twist of this season is the Jury's Revenge twist, in which the Jury will compare notes, watch a short recap of the week's events/comps, and vote to evict one of the two nominees. This twist will not be revealed to the houseguests until directly after the house is told who is "evicted" from their own votes, therefore shaking up the house.
9 Player Jury: Self Explanitory
Week One - Part OneEdit
And so it begins. The first season of Big Brother. 16 Houseguests. Insane twists. A
but first class host, Julie Chen. Who will win, who will lose, and who will hook up? (Because let's face it. Showmances are inevitable.) This is, Biiiiiiiiiiigg Brother!
The show opens up with Julie Chen introducing each houseguest. Some of these include flirtatious Julia, business savvy Tanya, surfer dude Zac, and history teacher Sam. Some like Karen, a mother from Seattle, have come here for the experience, while others, like professional gambler Evangeline, have come here for the money and for the game. Either way, all 16 houseguests enter the house. As soon as the rush of picking beds and greeting each other ends, Julie immediately calls the houseguests to the living room before any alliances or Final Two deals can be formed. She says that this season's theme is America, and what's more American than democracy? Many of the houseguests, including college students Carmela and Piper, are nervous about what Julie could mean. She soon says that the first twist of the season is America's Vote, in which by each eviction, America will have voted along with the houseguests to vote to evict one of the two nominees each week, starting after the first eviction. Almost all of the houseguests freak out, whether through anxiety, surprise, or excitement. Julie wishes the houseguests good luck, and a fun summer, and says that she'll see them soon. After her feed cuts off from the house, she tells America what the houseguests don't know; there will be no Power of Veto competition for the first eviction. The first nominees decided by the first Head of Household will be up on the chopping block, and voted on immediately after the nominations are decided.
The feed then cuts back to the house, where we see all of the houseguests mingling, and getting to know each other. The two older houseguests, Aaron, a rancher from North Carolina, and Karen are discussing a possible alliance and Final Two deal. They figure that since they are the two oldest houseguests there, that they should stick together in the case of being plotted against by some of the younger houseguests. Eventually, the duo comes to a consensus; they will ally and have a final two deal, but they are both open to other alliances to stay safe as well.
Meanwhile, houseguest Tanya has reluctantly and discreetly pulled Evangeline over into the Lounge area, where she asks about a final two deal. She feels that they could both be strong competitors, and should ally. Evangeline thinks it over for a moment, before accepting. Then it cuts to the diary room where Evangeline said that she only said yes because of the fact Tanya could tell something was up with her, which freaked her out. Also in DR, she said that she'd ally with her, but the first safe chance she'd get to knock her out, she would.
As for the other houseguests, Carmela is standing by the dining table, observing everyone. Becka, a lifeguard from Tampa, is giving a very flirtatious look towards a surfer from Malibu, Zac. He's looking back at her, smiling. Cut to the diary room, where he says that she's kinda cute, and is thinking about starting a showmance with her. Becka basically says the same thing in the DR after him. Alicia, a fashion blog editor, is standing by the stairs by a rock climber from Boulder, Trent. They've already made a final two deal. Alicia has told him her plan for a chess piece based alliance where he is the King, and she is the Queen. They just need a Pawn, Knight, and Bishop/Rook. After discussing it over, they want to separately go to Zac and Becka about joining the alliance with the promise of power and safety in the house very early in the game. they're still discussing who the fifth member should be.
Meanwhile, in one of the bedrooms, three houseguests, Damien, a goth DJ from Atlanta, Daniel, a fitness trainer from New York, and Indiana, a bartender from Portland, Oregon, are discussing a guys alliance to take over the game early on. They think that if they can recruit around one or two more guys, they can take over the game. Some of the guys they discuss are physically capable ones such as Aaron, Zac, and Trent. In the middle of this, they decide to make a final three pact. Before they can make any more decisions, however, Julie calls all of the houseguests to the backyard for the first HoH competition.
The competition turns out to be a physical endurance challenge, where the houseguests hold onto a thin, greasy, metal pole while being pulled back by a wire connected to their outfits. The last one standing becomes the first HoH of the summer. Within the first twenty minutes, half of the houseguests have already let go, leaving only eight houseguests left. Some of these include Daniel, Zac, Aaron, and Julia. Many of the houseguests are surprised, and some threatened by Julia's raw willpower to stay on the pole. Soon after however, she, Indiana, and Sam are all pulled off their poles. This leaves Daniel, Zac, Aaron, Trent, and Piper. Piper looks absolutely desperate to win the HoH, but her hands are starting to slip from her shirt, and her legs are starting to pull off the pole. By the end of the hour, Piper and Trent had fallen off. Aaron eventually drops too, leaving Daniel and Zac. Both houseguests don't look like they're going anywhere anytime soon. Nothing happens for the next thirty minutes except both houseguests pulling tighter onto the pole. Daniel is muttering self-motivating comments to himself, while Zac's teeth are grinding. He's starting to slide off the pole. He can't do it anymore, and he drops off, leaving Daniel as the first HoH of the summer.
After everyone's cleaned up and changed, each of the alliances split up into different sections of the house. The loners are straggling around the house, except for a select few. Carmela follows Julia very discreetly into the storage room and discusses a possible final two deal. Julia thinks about it for a moment, and agrees, feeling that she doesn't really have any other choice. It cuts to a DR where Carmela says she hopes she made the right choice in choosing Julia as an ally, and not someone who will only lead her to become a target later on. The Chess Board Alliance, as Alicia and Trent are calling it, made their moves on Becka and Zac, who both agreed when they heard that the other had joined when they had not yet agreed. Now they just needed a fifth member.
The guys' alliance had been celebrating Daniel's win, and discussing who to nominate, when Aaron walked in , trying to suggest Zac or Julia be nominated. Instead, he was indoctrinated into the guy's alliance, the alliance tying for most members against the Chess Board alliance. Indiana suggested putting up Karen as a pawn as she'd probably make it to the jury simply because she seemed to have no sides, but this idea was shot down by Aaron in the worst way possible, causing suspicion to arise against Aaron. He tried to cover it up by saying that he thought that there were better nominations than Karen, Daniel had already said that he was gonna nominate Karen. In the DR, Aaron said that he screwed up big time, and now his final two deal is dead because of him. They also decided to nominate Evangeline as a pawn, as she didn't seem like a big threat. The guys' alliance told Aaron he needed to vote Karen with them if he was gonna prove his trust to them. This secretly frustrates Aaron, but he agrees.
That night, Camden, an adventurer who had been very low-key since the season started, and Sam allied, forming a final two pact. They decided to play very quietly.
Also that night, Carmela and Julia discussed that they should start a girl's alliance, getting Piper and Tanya for right now, as a mass joining of the alliance would put them on the map. They both agreed, Tanya finding herself in a very interesting position, as Evangeline had been asked to be the fifth member of the Chess Board Alliance. She accepted. Tanya and Evangeline decided to feed each other info about the alliances throughout the game and discreetly control them.
The next day at the nomination ceremony, Daniel nominated Karen and Evangeline for eviction. After the speech, to the surprise of the houseguests, Julie called all of the houseguests to the living room. She said that this week there would be a twist; there would be no Power of Veto this week. That meant that the nominations would stay the same. She also said that the eviction was happening right then.
At the eviction, despite Karen's speech to stay in the game, she ended up being evicted due to a vote of 11-2.
Karen - Damien, Indiana, Aaron, Alicia, Zac, Trent, Becka, Julia, Carmela, Tanya, and Piper.
Evangeline - Sam and Camden.
Week One - Part TwoEdit
After Karen's eviction, the majority of the house celebrates making it past the first eviction, albeit a bit shaky due to the surprise twist, with champagne Indiana found in the storage room. However, this party is partly an excuse for the houseguests to further feel each other out and work on their individual social games. Carmela is being very nice to players, laughing and making jokes, as well as hanging out with her alliance. Julia, scared someone outside of the girl's alliance, which has dubbed itself, "Suprise Attack", will nominate her for how she played in the first HoH, is trying to use her charm to get on the good side of what she thinks are the denser guys (Zac and Camden). Speaking of Camden, he and Sam are now questioning why they were the only two houseguests to vote for Evangeline. They had figured that Karen was a pawn up against Evangeline, as no one had come up to them and warned them otherwise. Now that they realize they were left out of the loop, both Camden and Sam fear they're the next targets of the house, and decided one of them needs to win this HoH to save their alliance, "The Time Bomb".
Before anything else could happen, however, Daniel called everyone out to the backyard for the HoH competition, in which each of the houseguests must hop onto a spinning beam over a pool of water. They must each work their way across to the other side of the pool by crossing the spinning beam. After each round, the beam spins a little bit faster. This process repeated itself until all but one has fallen into the pool. The last houseguest left standing won HoH. In the first round, many of the uncoordinated houseguests, such as Zac, Piper, and Tanya fell off. Evangeline threw the challenge, as she had the previous competition beforehand. As time went by, it dropped down to the final three contestants; Julia, Trent, and Camden. Each of them needs to win for their alliance and their own safety. Eventually, Trent makes a misstep and falls into the water, leaving Julia and Camden as the last two. Eventually, Julia realizes she won't be able to beat Camden, and has him promise not to put her up assuming she falls. He says yes, but only on the condition that she does the same for him should she win. Camden leaps onto the beam, dragging himself across it, barely making it to the end of the beam. In mid move to the platform, he slips and falls into the pool, leaving Julia as the (exhausted) HoH.
After everyone had cleaned up and dried off, Julia called for everyone to see her HoH room, where she had won a basket of candies and a framed photo of her family. Soon after however, many of the houseguests left for downstairs, excluding The Suprise Attack Alliance members, who were discussing nominations. Tanya figures that Daniel might make a good target to backdoor, while Carmela suggests Aaron or Trent, as they're both great physical targets. Piper says that she's trying to run all the houseguests through her head and that she'll have an idea of who to nominate in a minute. Carmela rolls her eyes when Piper isn't looking. Julia says she'll have to think about noms, but feels that backdooring a male physical threat is a must.
Cut to the Chess Board Alliance, where the five Houseguests are discussing threats and who to nominate, should one of them win HoH next week. Alicia, who's been throwing every single comp and constantly working on her social game, suggests that Daniel, Aaron, or Camden could be good targets, as they've all proven themselves to be strong players. The rest of the alliance agrees with these targets, with one of their alliance members to go up as targets.
Late that night, several alliances meet up, including Julia and Carmela, as well as Tanya and Evangeline. Julia and Carmela continue the conversation from earlier, discussing strategy. Julia worries that she's playing too hard too early, and asks Carmela for advice. Carmela says that she might be playing her cards too early, and should probably focus more on her social game rather than her comp game because if she plays too hard too early, everyone will want her out early. Julia thinks it over for a minute, and thanks her, hoping she hasn't screwed herself over yet. Evangeline and Tanya are discussing each other's alliance's nomination plans. They end up deciding that it would be smart to try and manipulate Julia into nominating Sam and one of the more liked girls as a pawn, preferably Carmela. They end up deciding that Sam and Carmela would be good nominees to use as pawns against Daniel, their target that week.
That morning, Tanya discusses the idea with Julia, who's conflicted about nominating her ally and best friend in the house. Tanya promises her that with two confirmed members of their alliance in the PoV challenge, that they should be able to efficiently backdoor Daniel, a major threat to the game. After some thought, Julia reluctantly agrees that the nominations are a good idea, but says that Carmela needs to get taken off the block, not Sam. After this, they disperse.
Before the nomination ceremony, Julia warns Carmela of the nominations, who is slightly aggravated of how Tanya never even discussed that with her. Carmela then asks Julia why Tanya didn't suggest Piper or herself, to which she replies that Tanya felt Carmela had the best chance of getting off the block. Julia agreed with her. Frustrated about the circumstances, Carmela walks off. In the DR, Carmela notes that she really needs to rethink who her true allies are.
At the ceremony, Carmela still looks frustrated but seems to have eventually agreed with Tanya's judgment about her. Sam looks a bit concerned, considering his fear of being a target of the house. To him, this is the closest thing he can get to confirmation, as he said in the DR. However, after the ceremony, Julia came up to Sam and told him that he was a pawn. Looking a bit skeptical, he asked who the target was. She couldn't say, but told him that whoever went up on the block after the PoV was the target this week, if that wasn't obvious. While skeptical, Sam said yes, but asked her to take him off the block if she won the PoV. She said yes, lying to him. Sam, when in the DR, said that he felt that while he could make deals, he could only trust himself and, to an extent, Camden.
In the guys' Outcasts alliance, they discuss what to do with the veto, assuming they win it. Damien notes that if they didn't do anything, then Sam would be evicted due to Carmela's good social game, as well as her expendability competition wise. Indiana butts in, saying that perhaps Carmela is playing a much more strategic game than she seems to be. Aaron puts in the fact that the majority of the house could be playing just as, if not more, strategically as Carmela. Daniel adds that if one of the alliance members win, that they should not use the veto as they have no good reason to do so. If someone outside their alliance won the PoV, there could be a plot to backdoor him. After all, he did win the first HoH comp. They discuss their own targets (girls like Julia, and guys like Trent and Camden) some, before breaking apart.
Soon after the POV ceremony, where Daniel, Camden, and Indiana were drawn to play alongside HoH Julia and nominees Carmela and Sam, the Power of Veto challenge began. This POV challenge was called, "Houseguest's Alphabet Soup", where each houseguest had ninety seconds to find letters in bowls of varying "soups" to spell out a houseguest's name based on a clue (obviously a soup related clue). Rounds rotated until someone was able to spell out the name. The winner of each round was able to eliminate a player from the PoV competition. This repeated itself until there was only one player left. First round, Camden was able to win and knock out the biggest threat in the house, Daniel. The second round was a tight squeeze between Carmela and Indiana, but Carmela was able to barely squeeze into victory, eliminating the guy who came very close to beating her, Indiana, who she sees as an underlying threat in this competition. The third round, Julia was able to knock out Sam, leaving Camden, Julia, and Carmela. The fourth round, Camden was able to snag a second victory and knock out Carmela, who would obviously save herself from Eviction. The final round, with Evangeline as the answer, was neck and neck between Julia and Camden. However, Julia, realizing if she won, she would have an unremovable target on her back, threw the match, leaving Camden as the winner of the PoV and Carmela very nervous.
After the PoV challenge, Camden and Sam snuck into the storage room to celebrate winning the PoV and saving their alliance for another week. Meanwhile, Carmela and Julia are in HoH room, arguing over Julia's obvious throwing of the veto competition. Julia explains that it was best for her game to lose, while Carmela points out that Julia made it unnecessarily harder for Carmela to be pulled off the block. Julia tells her that she's at least likable and hasn't made herself a threat and that if Camden doesn't use the PoV, she has a good chance to survive the Eviction. Carmela agrees that she does have a good chance, she just wished Julia hadn't backed out at the worst possible moment. They make up, and meet with the other girls in their alliance, Piper and Tanya. They discuss what they should do about Camden holding the veto. Piper points out that they could try to manipulate Camden into using the veto on Carmela, to which all of the girls agree on doing.
Despite the fact that Julia attempted to persuade Camden into using the veto on Carmela when the veto ceremony came, Camden ended using the veto on Sam, pulling him off the block. In response, Julia put Daniel on the block, due to him being a physical threat.
After this, the Outcasts alliance discusses what to do about Daniel ending up on the block. Realizing that Daniel is the target, several of the alliance members decide to go on a campaign against Carmela, attempting to cause as much damage as they possibly could. Each member discreetly drops comments against Carmela and attempt to emphasize her slightly sassy and negative personality that was somewhat well hidden by her. As the week progressed, Evangeline was able to notice the comments being made about Carmela. Soon after, she notified Tanya in order to keep her alliance afloat. Tanya then rallied her troops and retaliated by having the girls in the alliance make sneaky one on one confrontations with several houseguests about how dangerous Daniel would be to their game. As this went on, the guy's alliance slowly escalated in their attempts to destroy Carmela, by noting that Carmela was very reserved and almost "snobbish" as Indiana put it, to Trent. When Daniel was discussing Carmela with Camden, Camden noted that Julia had asked him to use the veto on Carmela, as Sam was more likable that Carmela, and that there were "more dangerous threats" in the house than either Carmela or Sam. Daniel found this information very interesting.
While the two alliances were at war with each, the Chess Board alliance had taken notice and enjoying how all of the light was away from the members of that alliance. Alicia had particularly enjoyed this, as she was able to study all of the houseguests through who they were advocating and who they were against. Through this, she was able to get a vague idea of who was allied and who was not, noting two large alliances, one comprised of guys, the other comprised of girls. She figured that if she and her alliance could keep the two alliances fighting against each other, they could whittle down their numbers until she was able to destroy them using her alliance. Hopefully, she could be able to make a side alliance out of the ordeal in case her first one blew up. She brought up the idea of manipulating the two groups into doing her own alliance's bidding to Trent, the one person she trusted the most in the house, who agreed to the plan.
Eviction night was tense. The two factions who had originally been trying to save each other's members had elevated into a full on war between groups, with a little help from Alicia and Trent, who had been quietly egging on the houseguests.
After Carmela gave her speech about how she felt while Daniel was a physical and social threat, she was happy to be in the house and that the house should vote as they pleased, Daniel began to give his speech. Daniel's speech comprised of him telling the entire house that Julia was obviously allied with Carmela, as she had practically begged Camden to take Carmela off the block so bigger threats could be put up, obviously referring to himself. He suggested that if Julia had this planned out from the beginning, she must have the numbers to back it up. After this, he thanked the house for a fun week and wished Carmela luck. She dryly did the same.
Despite Daniel's attempt to blow up Julia's and Carmela's game, he had no concrete evidence they were allied and was evicted with a vote of 9-4 due to being a major physical threat.
Votes for Daniel - Alicia, Camden, Becka, Piper, Tanya, Sam, Evangeline, Zac, and Trent
Votes for Carmela - Aaron, Damien, Indiana, and America
The house felt tense after Daniel's eviction.two warring factions left in the wake of the second week's events. Before anyone could blow up on each other, the houseguests were called to the backyard for the Head of Household competition. In this competition, the houseguests had to hold onto ropes that had a large knot at the bottom, the ropes connected to a device that would cause them to spin several feet off the ground. There was a feel of intensity throughout the house, this HoH competition being very important.
Around twenty minutes in, Alicia fell off the rope, soon followed by Zac, Trent, Indiana, Tanya, and Damien. While the majority of these houseguests fell on purpose, Trent, however, did not. He figured that if his alliance and he flew under the radar, the other two alliances would fight amongst themselves until they collapsed. During the duration of the competition, Carmela and Indiana were throwing insults at each other, as they had become bitter enemies throughout last week's confusing mass campaigning, due to Indiana campaigning against Carmela. She caught word of this, so she started to badmouth Daniel and his connection to Indiana. This circulated back to Indiana, who confronted Carmela about it. They got into a large argument and, as a result, became bitter enemies because of Indiana's loud personality, and Carmela's well hidden mean streak. He ended distracting her in the competition, causing her to fall off of her rope. Soon after, Julia threw up due to motion sickness and fell off.
There were six left; Aaron, Becka, Camden, Piper, Sam, and Evangeline. Evangeline eventually couldn't take it anymore, and fell, almost immediately followed by Camden and Piper, the latter of surprised many, considering how weak she had seemed. Sam soon fell as well, leaving Becka, who seemed like she could collapse any minute then, and Aaron, who, while slipping, was holding on as tight as he could. This went on for another twenty minutes before Becka's arms finally gave out, and she fell, leaving Aaron as HoH.
Once inside the house, the Chess Board alliance convene, where Trent explains his plan to the alliance, noting that should they deliberately win unless otherwise spoken, the HoH would have a talk with him, concerning the other allies. Alicia has a talk with him afterward in private, concerned that he threatened the other alliance members and that he referenced their plan to destroy the other alliances, which Alicia had not wanted to be spread to the rest of the alliance. Trent dismisses her concerns, feeling that it's way too early in the game for anyone to betray them. Alicia, while frustrated, decides not to push deeper into it. Meanwhile, Zac, Becka, and Evangeline were discussing exactly what Trent had dismissed; betrayal. It was more Evangeline pushing for them to make a deal with her to turn on Trent later on in the game, and them being worried that the plan will backfire and Trent and Alicia would turn on them. Evangeline noted that Becka and Zac had physical power, while Evangeline had social and strategic power. If they would backstab Trent, eliminating him, they could force Alicia into being their ally and doing their bidding. Zac and Becka ended the conversation, stating they needed to think about it.
Meanwhile, in the HoH room, the Outcasts were congratulating Aaron on his win and discussing who to nominate. Many of the guys agreed that Piper would be a good target that week, as Piper had been a surprise threat in the Endurance competitions, and could be a deadlier threat than realized if she was good at Mental competitions as well. Indiana suggested that they should put up Carmela, due to her true nature and that she was a "threat". However, Aaron quickly dismissed this, noting that they should just put up Julia, as she had been playing a great game as of late. The rest of the alliance agreed with this, even Indiana, despite his approval being half-hearted and begrudging. After this, Damien figured it might be a good idea to look at other people to target instead of just the girls' alliance, as the idea of who really was in that alliance was very, very vague. And so, the guys then decided to study the rest of the houseguests to try and figure out what was really going on in the house. They would compare notes the next few days from then. After this, they broke off, but not before Tanya could poke into the HoH room to dig for some info through Aaron. When it was just the two of them, she asked who he was going to nominate, and being the honest man he was, told her that he was thinking about nominating Julia and Piper, but was still thinking it over. She then asked if he had thought about anyone else as nominations, to which he replied that he was gonna try and think about the whole house before making any other plans. Tanya then subtly hinted at a potential alliance she had noticed between Alicia and Trent, which she was notified of by Evangeline, who had been feeding her information from that alliance, including the info from the Chess Board's most recent meeting. She told him to just think it over before leaving and congratulating him on his win.
At the nomination ceremony Aaron ended up nominating Julia and Piper, feeling it would be best to nominate someone he knew would end up being safer for him and his game, as he wasn't even allied with Tanya.
While Zac and Becka were in a bed together, cuddling, laughing, and discussing their lives outside the house, the girl's alliance was in the next room, discussing what to do about the nominations. Piper noted that they probably needed to get on everyone's good sides, and pray that at least one of the girls one the PoV. Everyone agreed with this, but Tanya brought up a good question; what should the alliance do if one of the alliance members win besides Piper or Julia? Carmela notes that we should Julia, considering she can compete better compared to Julia. This irritates Piper, who had comments made about her constantly by Carmela, and she had had enough. "Why should I be the expendable one? I've at least come close to winning a competition compared to you! I'm sick of you treating me like I'm second-rate! I mean, why do you like Julia so much compared to me?"
"Well, if we're being honest, you annoy everyone here with your constant talk of anime and Reddit, and how you know the ins and outs of reality tv, when you obviously don't, because otherwise, you'd be flying under the radar. You act like you have so many novel ideas when everyone in this alliance is thinking the exact same thing! If anything, you just have the will to survive like some cockroach with a motor mouth!"
At this, Piper tears up, tells Carmela where she can shove it, then runs to the bathroom, crying. Carmela sits down, being judgementally stared at by Julia and Tanya. "What?"
At the PoV picking ceremony, Aaron draws Sam, while Piper and Julia pick Indiana and Alicia respectively.
After this, Sam meets with Aaron to ask about plans for the veto, to which he says he probably wouldn't use it. The two discuss more strategy, as well about the wars, and grow a slight bond when discussing Aaron's past as a veteran.
At the veto competition, which is a memory competition in which players must listen to a series of sounds, then press a series of buttons that correspond to those sounds. The last person to press the correct series of buttons or the first one to screw up is eliminated each round. Piper, surprisingly, won the challenge, earning the Power of Veto.
Afterward, the girls meet together and celebrate, barring Carmela, who had a bit of a sour attitude towards Piper. Piper notes that she would obviously be using the veto on herself. Carmela piped in, saying that perhaps she could use it on Julia and have Aaron put someone else up who was more dangerous. Everyone in the room glared at Carmela until she became an ant, even Julia, who was attempting to be reasonable. After this, they split up again, before Piper and Tanya met together secretly, discussing how it might be a good idea to have Carmela get out soon, her being a constant issue for them. They both ended up deciding that if it came down to it and Carmela was up on the block, they would vote for her.
At the veto meeting, Piper did as she said she would, pulling herself off of the block. Aaron then, having decided to put up Carmela, who had been increasingly dragging down the morale of the house with her sour attitude. Carmela rolled her eyes and walked into the DR, where she cried about how she feels hated and it's all her fault, and that she can't do anything to fix what had happened.
Meanwhile, Evangeline, Zac, and Becka met, the two latter of which had decided to ally with Evangeline, not fully trusting Alicia and Trent's sneaky behavior. They decided to call themselves The Chess Revolution, Zac and Becka automatically recognizing Evangeline as their leader, as the two of them were much too enamored with one another to lead. After a small discussion, Evangeline basically told them to vote for Carmela, to which they happily obliged.
As the week went by, Trent's hot-headedness was beginning to get the best of him, and he even got into a vicious argument with a drunk Indiana. Slowly, Alicia began to distance herself from him and began to talk more to the rest of her alliance, as well as the rest of the house, her and Carmela making a bond, much to the chagrin of the Chess Revolution.
All during the week, Carmela continued to pout instead of campaign for her to stay, her alliance not wishing for her to stay enough to campaign for her. Meanwhile, many relationships were forming, Indiana with his loud, fun-loving lifestyle becoming great friends with the quiet, observant, and overall dry Damien. Julia herself was forming favor among the single men in the house, flirting with the majority of them, and making an effort to look prettier and sultrier. Sam and Camden, two men affected by her siren-esque spell, were becoming best friends, each one telling the other about his experiences, and how why they auditioned for the show.
On eviction night, while Julia should have gone home, Carmela, by a vote of 8-4.was evicted instead. As Carmela, incredibly frustrated and somewhat weepy, walked out the door, Trent ironically noted that if only she had been a bit nicer, she might have stayed.
Vote for Julia - Trent, Alicia, Sam, and Camden. (4)
Vote for Carmela - Tanya, Piper, Indiana, Damien, Zac, Becka, Evangeline, and America, (8)
Week Six - Part OneEdit
Week Six - Part TwoEdit
- Becka and Evangeline automatically reconnect, Becka joining Evangeline and Tanya, forming BB's Angels.
- Evangeline makes a second final two deal with Becka, her true loyalties unknown.
- Camden nominates Alicia as a pawn for a backdoor against Julia to destroy Julia's and Piper's alliance, and Piper was put up as half of the plan to destroy her alliance, though it was said because she was a competition threat.
Week Nine - Part OneEdit
- Julia, all alone, joins BB's Angels after her closest ally's elimination, joining those second closest to her in the house, nonetheless at the bottom of the totem pole.
- Camden is put up as a member of the other alliance and a competition threat. Sam has also been put up because he is a member of the other alliance and Julia is nervous due to not knowing what his gameplan is.
- Tanya and Evangeline, under Tanya's influence, make a final three deal with Julia. Unbeknownst to them, Becka can hear all of this.
- Sam and Camden worry about their alliance being reduced to two people, one of which being unreliable and desperate at the bottom (Alicia). Sam concocts a scheme in which they manipulate a malleable Becka into saving Camden and eliminated Tanya, who by this point, was freaking them out in the way she was very silent and seemed to throw almost every competition, a tactic Sam was using to a lesser extent.
- Post-veto, Sam, alongside Camden and Alicia, manipulate Becka into pulling Camden off the block through a promise of safety.
- Becka soon admits to Julia about her deal and that she and Evangeline had a final two deal. Julia, feeling betrayed and lied to, agrees to put up Tanya. The duo agrees to a real final two deal.
- Later, Becka and Julia confront Tanya and Evangeline, resulting in their alliance being split in half. They tell Evangeline that if she wants any safety from them that she has to prove her loyalty by voting for Tanya.
- Evangeline suggests an alliance with the already allied Sam, Camden, and Alicia, but it is declined.
- Tanya is evicted and blows up her own entire game, exposing her strategy, and what she had to do to get there, before leaving.
Tanya: Camden, Alicia, Becka, and Evangeline, America
Week Nine - Part TwoEdit
- Knowing she might be evicted if she loses in this double eviction, Evangeline fights her hardest to win the HoH comp, which she does.
- Camden is put up because he's a competition threat. Julia is put up because she's also a competition threat, but also one of the driving forces behind her being in the low power position she is.
- Sam,winning the PoV, obviously saves his closest ally.
- Evangeline renominates Alicia, securing Julia's eviction.
Alicia: Becka, America
Julia: Sam and Camden, Evangeline
- Once Julia is evicted, she wishes Becka good luck, tells Evangeline to suck it, then leaves.
- The fact that America's Vote Twist ends is announced to the Houseguests.
- Alicia, realizing Evangeline and Becka don't have any more alliances, decides to turn on Sam and Camden and ally with Evangeline, who has no alliance and has a closer bond to her than Becka.