The award below refers to Foz Fozney:
|Best Male Character|
This character has been voted by the community to be remembered as the strongest male competitor in any fanon.
JTS618 & Ultra's Big Brother 2 is the second season in JTS618 and UltraBubbles' collaboration series. The previous season in this franchise is JTS618 & Ultra's Big Brother 1. The next season is JTS618 & Ultra's Big Brother 3.
Head of Household: Each week, houseguests will compete for the title of Head of Household at an HOH competition. 1 person wins HOH and nominates 2 other houseguests for eviction. If the holder f the Power of Veto uses it on the nominees, they have to select a replacement nominee. At evictions, in the event of a, the HOH casts the tiebreaker vote to evict.
Golden Power Of Veto: The Golden Power of Veto, or POV, is a competition that is held each week after the nomination ceremony is held. This competition gives one houseguest the chance to change the nominees. The HOH will replace any nominee taken off the block.
Double Eviction: On a certain week, a full cycle of Big Brother will be played out over the course of one night, resulting in two people being evicted from the Big Brother house on the same night.
Redemption Road: After four evictions, the first four evicted houseguests will be given the chance to re-enter the house by competing in three subsequent round-based competitions, with the last placing finisher in each round being eliminated. The last person standing at the end of the final competition will earn the right to re-enter the game and the Big Brother house.
|Alexis Berkis||19||Female||Pharmacology Student|
|Audelia Mickram||27||Female||Nautical Engineer|
|Bridgette Tambor||27||Female||Registered Nurse|
|Ckenna Emani "Ckemma" Gibbons||22||Female||Professional Cheerleader|
|Courtney Melisizwe||29||Female||Investment Banker|
|Daniel Hoy||22||Male||Engineering Student|
|Amadeus "Foz" Fozney||49||Male||Recording Artist|
|James "Jimmy" Palacay||41||Male||Financial Manager|
|Joaquin Rivera||45||Male||Cattle Rancher|
|Joshua "Josh" Zaberoni||23||Male||Psychology Student|
|Keetin Okamoto||25||Female||Internet Personality|
|Shiva Abujamal||23||Female||Medical Student|
|Warren Abernathy||25||Male||Business Student|
One year after the nationwide premiere of Big Brother, applications from thousands of Americans from all walks of life piled up in droves, and fourteen new Big Brother hopefuls were chosen to partake in the summer of a lifetime. Host Julie Chen returned to congratulate the fourteen hew houseguests, advising them to stay safe, be prepared, and expect the unexpected. Chen then divided the new houseguests into groups for entry into the house. The first batch of newly inaugurated hosueguests to enter consisted of Connor, Courtney, Jimmy, and Shiva. The four eagerly ran to the house and hugged each other. Connor's loud demeanor irked Jimmy a bit, and the financial manager cited that he "never had any time for those frat-brat types." The second group consisted of Alexis, Ckemma, Daniel, Joaquin, and Warren. Soon after, Julie told the final group they were cleared to enter as well, sending Audelia, Bridgette, Keetin, Foz, and Josh into the house. The fourteen new arrivals eagerly shared stories of their personal lives and introduced themselves to each other. Alexis opted to keep her familial relationship to past winner Andrew Berkis a secret, as to not paint a target on her back, although Shiva in particular seemed to be suspicious of the resemblance. many of the houseguests recognized Foz, particularly Ckemma and Connor, as a multi-million-dollar-earning musician and recording artist, to which most of the house seemed amazed and enchanted by, although Jimmy cited in teh Diary Room that "these people may love this guy, but I see him as my win at the end. This guy is loaded! Give me that money, jury! You know you want to."
Chen then announced that the houseguests would be already tasked to participate in their first Head of Household competition of the summer, titled "The Welcome Wagon", where houseguests would be made to straddle a small cylinder, mounted atop on an axle to allow it to rotate, painted to look like a covered wagon. The last hosueguest to remain atop their wagon would be crowned the season's first HOH, and in addition, the first four houseguests to drop would become Have-Nots for the week's duration.
Once the rules were explained, the competition began, and no sooner than a few minutes later did houseguests already seem to struggle. Foz fell off first, laughing and cursing, causing some of the other houseguests to laugh, and, in Alexis' case, to laugh herself to the point of losing her balance, making her the second person eliminated. Over the course of the next hour, Courtney, Daniel, Audelia, Keetin, Joaquin, and Josh were all eliminated, leaving Bridgette, Ckemma, Connor, Shiva, and Warren. Ckemma's constant chattering began to annoy the other houseguests remaining in the competition, particularly Warren, who became so aggrevated that he lost his own focus and became eliminated from the competition. Ckemma soon fell too, however, followed closely by Bridgette, leaving Shiva and Connor. With only two competitors left eligible to win Head of Household, Connor promised Shiva safety if she would drop and let him win the HOH. Shiva was initially reluctant, but cited in the Diary Room that she didn't want to be perceived as a huge threat by winning too many compeitions early, and "if Connor wants to keep me safe and take this bullet for me, I'll gladly let him do it. I just hope he sticks to his word." Shiva then finally relented and slid off of her wagon, leaving Connor victorious with the power to name the nominees for the week. Foz, Alexis, Courtney, and Daniel became the first Have-Nots of the summer.
Following Connor's victory, the house collectively celebrated in his HOH room, congratulating him on his win, as well as engaging in general chit-chat. Ckemma's rambling and loud demeanor continued to rub Warren the wrong way. Following the large celebration, Warren decided to talk to Connor and see where his head was at. The two athletic men soon clicked and bonded, with Connor admitting how much he liked Bridgette in the house. Connor asked Warren who he would want to see go on the block, and Warren said that if it was him, he would choose Ckemma, as someone like her could blow up everyone's game and he didn't want that to happen to anyone, as well as the fact that Bridgette and Ckemma didn't seem to get along. Connor seemed receptive, but also seemed to consider going after Jimmy, someone who he didn't particularly like to be around. At the first nomination ceremony of the summer, howeever, Connor decided to go Warren's route, and nominated Ckemma and Courtney for eviction. Connor explained that it was a game move, and that they were both "victims of circumstance". Ckemma seemed to be immediately upset, whilst Courtney thought it would be best to lay low.
Ckemma continued her tirade well into the next two days, talking in particular with some of the other women in the house, Courtney, Shiva, and Keetin, telling them that she thinks that "Connor is full of sh*t" and that "those prettyboys" want her out because she doesn't like Bridgette. Courtney seemed to agree, but Shiva and Keetin secretly wondered if they should distance themselves from someone like Ckemma in order to protect themselves. Shiva and Keetin agreed to work together, forming a strong duo, saying that they wanted a woman to win this season. Shiva also mentioned to Keetin about her suspicion that Alexis seemed to bare a lot of resemblance to past contestant Andrew Berkis, to which Kettin, as a fellow superfan, reconfirmed. However, Keetin suggested that they could use this information to garner Alexis' trust, and Shiva agreed. The pair of women then approached Alexis with the idea of aligning and asked Alexis if she was related to the previous season's winner. Alexis, cornered and secretly horrified, cam clean and told the pair, and was immensely relieved when Shiva and Keetin offered her a lifeline. Alexis told Shiva and Keetin that they were going to be the "Three Queens" of this game, and Keetin eagerly suggested that they name their alliance after Alexis' joke. The three readily agreed, and the "Three Queens" conversed about upcoming strategy for the week alongside their celebration.
Later that week, players were chosen to play in the first Power of Veto competition of the summer. Connor, as Head of Household, selected first, and drew Warren to compete. Courtney then went on to draw Jimmy, whilst Ckemma drew Shiva. The veto competition, entitled "My Big Brother Chemistry Set", required houseguests to mix and match beakers labeled with various substances in varying colors in accordance to a video display board that would generate a random sequence of substances. If a houseguest mixed an incorrect substance or omitted a substance from the lineup, they would be eliminated from the competition. The last houseguest standing would win the Golden Power of Veto.
Everyone passed the first round of competition with visible ease, as it only featured three substances. However, the second round saw the elimination of Head of Household Connor as he opted to pick an incorrect beaker for his mixture. Connor chuckled as he became covered in colorful goo and took a seat on the bench. He would not be alone for long, however, as both Courtney and Jimmy became the second and third members eliminated in the very next round, leaving Ckemma, Shiva, and Warren. Shiva cited that she planned to throw the competition, and proceeded to do so in the fourth round, leaving nominee Ckemma and challenger Warren as the last two standing. After the fifth round, Warren was declared the winner of the competition and won the Golden Power of Veto, much to Ckemma's disappointment and infuriation.
Following the POV competition, Ckemma continued to campaign for herself, as she assumed that Warren would not use the veto on her or Courtney. Ckemma offered herself as a soldier to combat Connor, Warren, and Bridgette, telling the other houseguests that the three of them were much more of a threat than someone like she ever could be. News of Ckemma's attempts to save herself made their way back to the ears of Bridgette, Connor, and Warren, which only angered the trio further, and Warren claimed that Ckemma had sealed her fate. Warren, later that day, decided not to use the Power of Veto, leaving Ckemma and Courtney in danger of becoming the first evicted houseguest of the season.
Throughout the rest of the week, Ckemma refused to stop spreading rumors about Connor, Warren, and Bridgette in an attempt to save herself over Courtney. However, Bridgette had had enough after two full days of nonstop gossip, and confronted Ckemma on all of her statements and lies, causing the two to engage in a heated argument in front of the whole house. The insuing battle only caused undecided voters, such as Audelia, Foz, and Joaquin, to become even more wary of Ckemma, but also to be wary of those in power. In addition, Shiva and Keetin decided that this incident proved their theory right and that Ckemma could not be trusted to remain level-headed in an alliance.
In the end, despite all of her efforts to remain in the game, Ckemma became the first houseguest evicted from Big Brother 2 by a unanimous vote, to which Bridgette couldn't help but let out the faintest of smirks. Ckemma hugged Courtney especially and everyone aside from the trio she campaigned against and exited the house to a loud reception.
Votes for Ckemma: Alexis, Audelia, Bridgette, Daniel, Foz, Jimmy, Joaquin, Josh, Keetin, Shiva, and Warren
Votes for Courtney: -None-
Following Ckemma's eviction, all of the remaining houseguests, with the exception of Connor as outgoing HOH, competed in their second Head of Household competition of the summer, titled "Clean Sweeps", where the houseguests were required to launch dustballs over a moving array of giant brooms, mops, and other cleaning utensils, in order to land them in a dustpan across the yard, against the far wall. The first houseguest to successfully launch all twenty of their dustballs into their dustpan would become the new Head of Household. In addition, the three houseguests who managed to successfully land the least amount of dustballs would become the Have-Nots for the week, as well as be forced to don a "Dust Bunny" costume for the entire week.
Throughout the competition, the field was led by Warren, Shiva, Joaquin, and an extremely determined Jimmy, who cited it was his "big time to make a rush for that power, and prove that I'm here for good reason". Warren was the first to reach ten dustballs, far ahead of the other competitors. Meanwhile, Courtney, Alexis, Audelia, and especially a comically-failing Foz struggled to stay afloat. However, as Warren began to slow down, Jimmy's uniquely underhand style of throwing dustballs allowed him to gain ground on Warren. After a a few more minutes, and despite Warren's efforts to regain the lead, Jimmy was crowned the second Head of Household of the summer, whilst Courtney, Alexis, and an outspokenly annoyed Foz were named the Have-Nots for the week.
Following Jimmy's win, the financial manager decided it was time for him to gather some close allies whom he could trust, and he approached Joaquin, who he deemed a trustworthy individual, as well as a fellow older male in the house. Jimmy then approached Foz as well, and told the pair that "us old stallions have to stick together or we'll get led out to pasture". Joaquin seemed on board with working with Jimmy, as he seemed to need direction in the house, whilst Foz agreed on face, despite his skepticism. Jimmy then told his allies later that day about his plan to take out whom he deemed to be the biggest threat in the house, Connor. Foz argued that the young and brash Warren was far more dangerous, citing his competition skill in the last Head of Household and veto competitions, mainly to mask his disdain for Warren and slight fondness for Connor in the house. However, Jimmy proved adamant on Connor being the week's target, and organized a plan to backdoor Connor. Jimmy then searched the house for available pawns, and pitched the idea to Daniel, whom he had also grown to like in the house. Daniel seemed very uneasy, but agreed, citing in the Diary Room that "if Jimmy wants to use me to get someone else out, it's not like I have much of a choice". However, Jimmy could not find another willing pawn that would give him permission, so he opted to choose between the outcasts of the house that wouldn't talk to him, mainly Courtney and Audelia. Later that week, Jimmy decided to nominate Audelia and Daniel for eviction, telling Daniel that he was not the target, and that he had bigger fish to fry. He then goes on to tell Audelia that he has nothing against her; they has just never talked, and that he hopes she can pull herself off with the veto. Audelia takes it well in the moment, but cites in the Diary Room that "it feels like the story of my life. People don't want to be around someone like me, and in this house, it feels the same."
After the nomination ceremony, Jimmy began to tell others in the house about his plan to evict Connor, and purposely kept distance from Bridgette, Connor, and Warren. Warren seemed particularly perturbed as to the reluctance Jimmy had to come into contact with the three of them, and began to suspect foul play, and then proceeded to voice his concerns to Connor and Bridgette, telling them that they need to do their best to win the Power of Veto this week just to be safe. Meanwhile, Audelia began to sleep more and isolate herself from the other housemates, due to a bout of depression in the house concerning her nomination. People began to comment on Audelia's introverted awkwardness, although Alexis cited in the Diary Room that "as a fellow nerd, I know how it feels to get the short end of the stick. I come from a whole family of nerds, and I've learned one thing, it's that we have to be there for each other". Alexis proceeds to make an effort to bond with Audelia, reaching out and trying to comfort her, and assuring her that she isn't in as much danger as she thinks, and that she will have her back. Audelia greatly appreciates the kindhearted gestures from Alexis, stating that "it means so much to know that I have someone here who cares about me". Amidst all of Jimmy's work to put his plan into place, many of the people he talked to seemed skeptical of his adamant and tyrannical demands, especially with the likes of Keetin and Shiva, who grew disdain for Jimmy's behavior, but still telling Jimmy they opted to follow through with his plan.
A few days later, players were selected for the Power of Veto competition. Jimmy, as Head of Household, drew first, and selected Foz to compete. Audelia drew Joaquin, much to Jimmy's hidden pleasure, but his heart skipped a beat when Daniel drew Connor's name to compete, mortifying Jimmy within. The Power of Veto competition, entitled "Big Brother Boulderdash", required the six competing hosueguests to race across a high mountaintop-themed balance beam to collect marked puzzle stones from a pit of fake rocks and assemble them into a tower. The first houseguest to assemble a tower of puzzle stones above the designated line would win the Golden Power of Veto. Jimmy felt as if the odds were heavily in his favor, with his two allies Joaquin and Foz competing, as well as Audelia and Daniel, whom would both most likely use the veto on themselves given the opportunity. Jimmy, Joaquin, and Connor all took a comfortable lead, with Foz comically struggling in a competition yet again. Audelia did her best to keep with the leaders, whilst Daniel had trouble navigating the balance beam. However, despite all of jimmy's efforts, Connor prevailed and won the Power of Veto, to which Jimmy cussed and ranted in the Diary Room about his plan being thwarted, and now he had to do his best to make sure Audelia would go home this week.
Following the Power of Veto competition, Connor celebrated in the Diary Room, modestly saying that he had a very fun time participating in the competition. Meanwhile, Jimmy felt he needn't even bother talking to Connor about whether or not he could convince him to use it and go after someone like Warren, so instead, he reconvened with Foz, Joaquin, and Daniel, and told them that it "sucks that we can't get him out, but now we have to get her out this week", referring to Audelia. The men all agreed, especially Daniel for obvious reasons. However, Alexis' growing bond with Audelia provided her vested interest in keeping Audelia around. Later that week, Connor decided not to use the power of veto, to no one's real surprise, leaving Audelia and Daniel as the nominees for the week, with Audelia becoming Jimmy's new target.
During the day following the Power of Veto ceremony, Alexis went to talk to Jimmy about what his preference would be, and he stated that he didn't particularly care who went home this week now that the plan was called off to oust Connor. Alexis took him for his word. However, Jimmy then proceeded to continue trying to steer the vote Audelia's way in order to protect his ally Daniel from eviction, and word made it back to Alexis through the mouths of other people in the middle, such as Courtney and Josh. Alexis became angry and annoyed at Jimmy lying to her face, and relayed her knowledge to the other members of the "Three Queens" alliance, Keetin and Shiva. Alexis lobbied the idea of keeping Audelia in the house, as she felt that she had a good connection to her, and that she was another number to go after the other factions in the house, and additionally that Daniel was closer to Jimmy and evicting him would both weaken and frazzle Jimmy. Keetin and Shiva, whom were already annoyed at Jimmy from his antics throughout the week, were receptive of the plan. The three women then began to work to flip the house, relying on relationships they had built with Josh, who admitted that he wanted to stay loyal to his friend Daniel, but appreciated being informed that he would likely be leaving, and later Courtney, who herself told the trio of Bridgette, Connor, and Warren of Jimmy's plan to get Connor out, infuriating the three of them, especially Connor himself. Warren and Connor then proceeded to confront Jimmy, and the two sides quarreled and argued extremely loudly, with a great deal of aggravated shouting, especially from Jimmy, who still believed he had the numbers and was in control of the house.
On eviction night, Audelia and Daniel both campaigned to stay in the house, with Daniel saying that he hadn't done anything to anyone, and that he liked everyone there, and Audelia saying that she loved the experience and meeting such wonderful people. However, with the effort of Shiva, Keetin, and especially Alexis, the plan to overthrow Jimmy's plot came through, and Daniel was blindsided in a 7 to 3 vote, visibly angering the former Head of Household.
Votes for Daniel: Alexis, Bridgette, Connor, Courtney, Keetin, Shiva, and Warren
Votes for Audelia: Foz, Joaquin, and Josh
Following Daniel's eviction, all of the eligible houseguests competed in the "Sailing The Seven Peas" Head of Household competition, which required the houseguests to paddle a canoe, styled to look like a pea pod, across a trough of water styled to look like a garden furrow for the length of the backyard. With each trip, houseguests would have to grab a handful of peas from individual baskets, and oar back using their other hand. The first houseguest to transfer enough peas to fill up a bucket at the starting platform, causing it to drop and raise a flag, will become the new HOH. In addition, houseguests could work to fill up a smaller bucket labeled "Have", of which the first five houseguests to do so would earn the right to be Haves for the week, in addition to the winner of HOH, whilst everyone else would become a Have-Not.
The race was then soon begun and Jimmy could only watch on, rooting for Joaquin or Foz to pull out a win after the house had turned against them and Daniel. Joaquin did a fairly good job of maintaining balance and speed, whilst Foz struggled, comically swearing dramatically at his oar when he dropped it, laughing. Shiva, Keetin, Connor, and especially Warren wanted to make sure that neither Joaquin or Foz would win Head of Household, and kept up with Joaquin's pace, although eventually Keetin and Connor fell off of the leaders' pack, leaving Shiva, Warren, and Joaquin vying for the title of Head of Household. Some of the Houseguests in the back opted to go for the small and easy "Have" bucket, and this choice left Alexis, Audelia, Bridgette, Josh, and eventually Keetin as Haves for the week, as Keetin was able to pass Foz, whom had made no progress to speak of since the beginning of the race. Nearing the end, Joaquin, Warren, and Shiva all attempted to make a final sprint to their starting platform, causing Warren to lose his balance and drop his handful of peas. Soonafter, Joaquin found himself unable to balance going at a speed as fast as this, and dropped his own handful of peas, as well. Shiva observed and slowed down, allowing her to keep her balance, and won the competition, becoming the New Head of Household, despite Warren and Joaquin attempting to rally past her at the last few seconds. Audelia exclaimed, voice slightly cracking, "I can finally eat!!", inciting a hug from Alexis and smiles from many of the other houseguests, whilst Jimmy continued to stew.
With Shiva in power, Jimmy spouted angry curses under his breath, assuming he would be targeted, considering the house flipping on him during his HOH, but said in the Diary Room that "I'll fight like hell to stay here, man. I don't intend to walk out of this house without my half a 'mil". Shiva then proceeded to celebrate with Keetin and Alexis, as the Three Queens were finally in power. Shiva told the other two that she would go with a group consensus, not wanting to ruffle to many feathers of anyone other that people she knew were coming after her side of the house, mainly Jimmy. Shiva then asked Keetin and Alexis how they would feel about targeting Jimmy, to which Keetin suggested a backdoor, as Jimmy had proven himself capable at competitions. Shiva seemed to agree, but worried what would happen if Jimmy won the POV, if she were to nominate Jimmy's allies, Foz and Joaquin together, and he would choose to save one of them, and force another person to go up in their place. Keetin assured her that there was a very small chance of that happening, but it would be alright, because they could just send the other of Jimmy's allies home, and that the house would understand if someone else had to be named a necessary replacement for the good of the plan. Shiva maintained a calm mindset, and said that she was open to the backdoor plan, and told Alexis to get Audelia on board whilst herself and Keetin would work on Josh and the Bridgette/Connor/Warren trio. All three women agreed, and later that week, Shiva followed through with the plan's first step, nominating Foz and Joaquin for eviction. Jimmy was stunned that he had not been nominated and made no secret of his surprise and elation, to which Keetin and Alexis had to stave off snickering.
Following the nomination ceremony, Joaquin approached Shiva, who assured him that he was not the target, and that she liked him, as did everyone, and that she had far bigger fish to fry. Shiva asked Joaquin to trust her, to which he agreed, but still felt unsafe. Foz opted to do his best and saddle up with everyone in the house, becoming friendly and talking to more people in order to secure votes, although everyone, especially Warren, saw through Foz's antics. Jimmy, feeling a bit safer, re-asserted his assumption that he was in control of the house, and thanked Shiva for keeping him safe, telling her that he would remember the act of goodwill. Shiva ranted in the Diary Room after about Jimmy's unbelievable cockiness and ego, saying that she "couldn't believe what Jimmy was saying! Part of me wants to be, like, "Dude, don't thank me yet", but the other part of me knows that I have to keep this secret to protect my game". Meanwhile, Alexis approached Audelia on the plan to backdoor Jimmy, to which she eagerly agreed, as Jimmy had wanted her out of the house only a few days prior. Following Shiva and Jimmy's interesting meeting, Shiva reconvened with Keetin, to which both couldn't help but laugh a bit at Jimmy's delusions. The pair then went to approach Josh, who they viewed as a free agent now with Daniel's departure, as well as a sane, trustworthy, and nice person to be around. Josh, upon hearing of the plan, said he would agree, and that he would do what the house wanted. Shiva and Keetin asked Josh to relay the information to Bridgette, Connor, Courtney, and Warren, as he had more contact with that side of the house than they themselves did. Josh agreed, but assured both Shiva and Keetin that he was loyal to them than that side of the house. Josh parleyed the plan casually to Warren and Connor, who, in turn, diffused the information to Bridgette, and then eventually Courtney, who had begun to grow closer with the trio. With all of the house seemingly on board to blindside Jimmy, players were selected for the Power of Veto competition, and Shiva, and Foz, and Joaquin ended up drawing Keetin, Connor, and Alexis, respectively. Most of the house was secretly ecstatic that Jimmy had not been selected to compete in the Power of Veto competition, titled "Mystery Heats", which featured the houseguests balancing a fake snowball on their head, whilst faux heat-lamps would sway back and forth periodically in an attempt to "melt" the fake snowball, which would be announced by a siren, forcing the houseguests to sidestep while continuing to balance their snowballs atop their heads. The last houseguest standing with their Snowball on their head would win the Golden Power of Veto. The competition proved to be too daunting of a task for most of the competitors, and Foz, Alexis, and Keetin were all eliminated very early on. After about an hour or so, Joaquin tripped up and had his snowball melted, leaving Connor and Shiva. Despite a commendable effort from both, Connor outlasted Shiva after she dropped her snowball, winning him his second consecutive Power of Veto competition, which secretly Shiva noted that Connor, although they were working together this week, was someone to watch out for, as he was proving nearly unbeatable in these competitions.
After Connor's win, the politics in the house remained largely similar throughout the next two days, as Connor confirmed he wanted to see Jimmy go home, and would be using the veto on one of the nominees. Shiva, upon meeting with Connor to discuss the plan, suggested to use it on Joaquin, as he seemed like someone they could trust once Jimmy was evicted, whilst Foz was unpredictable. However, Connor's immense admiration for Foz as a musician and recording artist led him to be conflicted. However, Connor talked to Joaquin, and the two bonded a bit, as Joaquin talked about stories of his wife and kids back home at his ranch, leading Connor to believe that he was "a stand-up guy" and "maybe someone we can work with", referrencing Warren and Bridgette. Connor then relayed to Shiva that he was up for saving Joaquin, and was excited to see Jimmy go home, to which Shiva replied, "I think everybody is, to be honest". At the Power of Veto ceremony, Jimmy slouched around confidently, congratulating Connor on his win beforehand in a showoff-ish way, further irking Connor as he began his speech. Connor said that he had misjudged someone and wanted to use the veto in order to make it right, having grown respect for someone, and then announced he was using the POV to save Joaquin from eviction. Joaquin smiled and lightly hugged Connor, thanking him, whilst nearly everyone acted shocked, and also to which Jimmy seemed genuinely shocked and suddenly alarmed. Connor told Shiva that as the current Head of Household, she would be required to name a replacement nominee in Joaquin's stead. Shiva then said that she didn't want to have to nominate anyone else, but due to Connor's decision, she was forced to name Jimmy to be Joaquin's replacement. Jimmy sighed and disgustedly "ugh"-ed as he sat down next to his ally, Foz, leaving the pair as the finalized nominees for the week.
With the recent news of his nomination, Jimmy began exploding at Shiva and Connor after the ceremony, throughout the week, and although Shiva played it cool, Connor fired back, telling him that this was the reason everyone wanted him out. Jimmy countered, trying to get a reaction from him and to potentially turn the house against Connor, but only really succeeded at causing the house to view him as volatile. Foz's comically inefficient campaigning did him no favors, but cited in the Diary Room that "I hope they see that Jimmy ain't a cool cat no mo'. Dude needs to pick his fanny up and walk out that do'. Can't talk to him anymo', neither. Dude's flipped his lid." In addition, Connor's adoration for Foz and his growing appreciation for Joaquin further helped Foz garner his support, as he knew that Joaquin would follow Jimmy as long as Jimmy was in the house. At the end of the week, despite Jimmy's numerous sneaky attempts to save himself and throw Foz under the bus, saying he was already loaded and that he was a joke in the house, Jimmy was evicted by a unanimous vote, as Joaquin opted to go with the majority. Jimmy began ranting and raving as he exited the house, faking out Connor when he offered him a handshake, saying "Too slow", and proceeded to hug the other houseguests as he made his way out of the house's front door.
Votes for Jimmy: Alexis, Audelia, Bridgette, Connor, Courtney, Joaquin, Josh, Keetin, and Warren
Votes for Foz: -None-
Following Jimmy's eviction, the houseguests, minus Connor, competed in the "Truth Be Sold" HOH competition, in which the houseguests were tasked in trying to identify the prices of various items on display via approximated guesses. For every cent the houseguest is off of the actual price, a point will be marked against them. After five rounds, the houseguest with the lowest score will be crowned the new Head of Household. The competition seemed to go fairly quickly, although many of the houseguests seemed to be in the running, namely Alexis, Audelia, Keetin, and surprisingly Foz. At the end of five rounds however, Foz prevailed with the lowest score of only 532 points in total, earning him the title of HOH for the week. Big Brother additionally announced that there would be no Have-Nots for the week in celebration of the houseguests cumulatively scoring less than 10,000 points altogether, exciting everyone in the house.
With Foz in power, the vast majority alliance in the house seemed a bit on edge due to Foz being viewed as the next likely target from last week's change in the house dynamics. However, with Foz unavailable and his close ally Joaquin likely safe for the week, the schism between the two main factions of the majority alliance already seemed to grow. Shiva and Keetinm however, took the initiative first to talk to Foz, and made their case to target the opposing faction of Bridgette, Connor, and Warren that week, but made it clear they would go along with whatever Foz wanted to do. Foz made it clear to the girls that he had no respect or trust placed in Warren specifically, and told the pair that Warren was his likely target. On the other hand, Connor soon made his own effort to approach Foz and talk to Joaquin due to their growing friendship, and tried to convince Foz to go after Shiva, Keetin, and Alexis. Foz admitted in the Diary Room that he did genuinely like Connor, saying that "C-Dog's a good kid, y'know. He's like my numba one fan, like, he's a great dude. But I kno' who he's in bed with, and I don't kno'f I can listen to him when I kno' that snake Warren's in his ear". Foz's dislike of Warren only escalated when Warren joined Connor and Foz's conversation, along with Bridgette, and tried to continue to turn Foz against Keetin and Shiva, souring Foz on the idea almost entirely. Later that day, Foz decided to nominate Bridgette and Warren for eviction, angering Warren when Foz made it clear that he was his target for the week.
After the nomination ceremony, Bridgette and Connor continued to stand by Warren despite Warren's tirade in reaction to his nomination, further annoying Foz and turning off many of the other people who had formerly been aligned with him, particularly Shiva, Keetin, Alexis, and especially Audelia, who was greatly offended by the offensive comments Warren had been making about Foz and some of the other houseguests. Shiva and Keetin both thanked Foz for choosing to keep them safe. Josh observed the house shifting against Warren and his allies, and made a conscious effort to distance himself from the trio, opting to spend more time with the Three Queens women, building more bonds and earning him more trust within the group.
Later that week, players were drawn to compete in the Power of Veto competition, resulting in Shiva, Alexis, and Joaquin being selected to compete alongside HOH Foz and nominees Bridgette and Warren. The Power of Veto competition, titled "Big Brother Biker Bash", featured houseguest pedaling a bicycle across a track, bashing through foam walls along the way to earn points. If a houseguest falls off of their bike, their total score is reduced by five points, and for every wall successfully cleared and lap finished, one point is earned. The first houseguest to reach thirty points total will win the Golden Power of Veto. Although Foz, Alexis, Audelia, Keetin, and Joaquin all entered with the goal of preventing Warren from winning the POV all of them struggled greatly at the competition, with the sole exception of Keetin, who ran neck-and-neck with Warren for most of the race. However, Warren would not be stopped, extending his lead after Keetin finally fell of her bike, winning himself his second POV of the summer.
With Warren earning safety for himself, Foz faced a tough decision on who to nominate against Bridgette, whom he had wanted to go home next after Warren. Whilst Foz's ally Joaquin made an attempt to keep his growing friendship with Connor intact by trying to lobby for him to be kept safe, Shiva and especially Keetin plotted to evict Connor, whom they viewed as their next biggest target in the house, and planted seeds to Foz about the idea of nominating him up against his showmance partner, Bridgette. Foz came to the eventual conclusion that Connor would definitely be a vote for his new target Bridgette to stay in the house, and later that week, Warren used the Power of Veto on himself, forcing to nominate a replacement as expected. Foz ultimately decided to put a hurt Connor up on the block, telling him that he thought he was a "great dude", but that he felt that he was aligned with "shady people". Connor took a seat next to Bridgette, giving her a light hug as he did so, leaving Connor and Bridgette as the finalized nominees for the week.
Throughout the remainder of the week, Connor did his best to campaign for himself, although he made it a point not to throw Bridgette under the bus, to which he secured the vote of his growing friend Joaquin, as well as Foz's endorsement to stay over Bridgette. However, the Three Queens alliance rallied themselves and their affiliates to vote against Connor. Warren thought it best to keep Connor in the house for his own game, and additionally thought that perhaps with Bridgette gone, the two could grow tighter, and managed to convince their ally Courtney to a similar line of thinking, in addition to Warren's efforts to try and persuade Josh to keep Connor in the house. On eviction night, both sides of the house thought they were voting with the overwhelming majority. However, after the live votes had been cast, it became revealed that Connor had become the fourth person evicted in a 5-3 blindside vote, as Josh opted to vote with the Three Queens alliance, holding a numerical advantage in the vote, giving them their way. Connor seemed shocked and in disbelief at the turn of events, but still hugged all of the houseguests on his way out of the house, to which he received a warm welcome by both the audience and hostess Julie Chen. Julie then announced to Connor that he may have a chance to re-enter the game, to which the unemployed young man excitedly celebrated along with the audience. Immediately after, Julie welcomed Ckemma, Daniel, and Jimmy back onto the stage, and instructed Connor to join in the line-up with the three of them, announcing that in just a few moments that the new seasonal twist, "Redemption Road", would soon begin, and that one of them would re-enter the Big Brother house.
Votes for Connor: Alexis, Audelia, Josh, Keetin, and Shiva
Votes for Bridgette: Courtney, Joaquin, and Warren
With the four Redemption Road competitors having been told of the possibility of their chance to re-enter the game, Chen explains how the competition would be divided into three smaller, separate, competitions, with the lowest placing finisher in each round being eliminated, until only one houseguest remained. The last houseguest standing after all three rounds would win the right to re-enter the Big Brother house. The first round was then soon held, in which Ckemma, Connor, Daniel, and Jimmy would race to build a house of blocks to the height of ten feet, dubbed "The Redemption Tower". The last houseguest to reach the designated minimal build height would become eliminated from the Redemption Road competition. The starting horn was then buzzed, and the four competitors immediately began racing to construct their towers, with each taking a unique approach. Ckemma rushed in making a slim tower, going for speed, whilst Connor opted to make a strong base for his tower. Daniel worked slowly and steadily, and Jimmy did his best to try and psyche Connor out, seeing him as his biggest threat to beat him in the coming rounds. Jimmy's tactic seemed to work as Connor ended up losing a bit of his tower; however, Ckemma repeatedly lost each bout of progress she made every time her tower got too high. Jimmy became the first houseguest to advance to the second round. Daniel's slow and steady approach allowed him to reach the ten foot mark without many hiccups, earning him the second spot, leaving Ckemma, on the verge of reaching the ten foot mark as Connor raced to catch up. Once again however, Ckemma lost all of her progress, causing her to swear in frustration as Connor passed the ten foot mark, giving him the final spot in the second round, and eliminating Ckemma. Ckemma, although visibly defeated and annoyed, congratulated the three men and wished them luck as she left the competition grounds.
A few minutes later, the remaining three houseguests raced to navigate "The Redemption Maze", with the first two houseguests to exit the maze would advance to the final round. Once again, Jimmy tried to subdue Connor by working with Daniel to navigate the maze; however, Connor was able to gain ground and pass the pair when Jimmy and Daniel made a wrong turn. Connor ended up crossing the finish first, leaving Daniel and Jimmy becoming forced to split up and try and outdo one another. Despite Daniel's effort to figure out the inner-workings of the maze, it was Jimmy who was able to rush to the finish ahead of him, leaving Daniel eliminated, and visibly disappointed, although he gracious congratulated both Connor and Jimmy as he left the grounds, leaving the dueling rivals Connor and Jimmy pitted against one another in an effort to re-enter the house.
The third and final round, titled "The Redemption Suspension", featured the remaining two competitors dangling on to a cylindrical, padded punching bag, holding onto it for as long as possible, whilst enduring falling boxing gloves. The last houseguest standing would win the Redemption Road competition and the right to re-enter the Big Brother house. The competition was the commenced, and a grudge-match of epic proportions was held between Jimmy and Connor, who had been at odds with each other throughout their previous time in the house. Jimmy talked a lot of trash, believing it to be in good fun, whilst Connor did his best to stay as rock steady and statuesque as possible. After two hours and fifty-five minutes of this grueling battle, and not without a fair share of close calls with each of the two houseguests competing, Jimmy slipped off of his punching bag, to which Connor let out a loud "WOO!" in celebration as he backflipped off in celebration at overcoming the odds stacked against him. Jimmy seemed angered at Connor's celebration, but still shook Connor's hand as he exited the house. Julie Chen then congratulated Connor, and told him that he had won the right to re-enter the house, to which Connor excitedly exclaimed "Bring it on!". Chen then gathered the houseguests in the house to the living room and revealed the Redemption Road twist and that one of the first four evictees would be re-entering the house, raising many eyebrows and yielding a fair share of shocked faces. Everyone then erupted in happiness as Connor re-entered the Big Brother through the front door, giving Bridgette a huge hug and even a kiss, and the house celebrated at the outcome. Chen then congratulated the hosueguests on making the jury stage of the game, and the announced that the next Head of Household competition would be held shortly.
Eventually, the Head of Household competition commenced. It was called London Bridge Is Falling Down and it required the houseguests to stand on a narrow ledge from the side of a wall that was stylized to look like a bridge. The last person holding on would win HOH and be immune for the week. Audelia, Courtney, and Joaquin were the first three to be eliminated from the challenge. Not too shortly after them, Bridgette became the next victim. Warren, Shiva, Connor, Alexis, Keetin, and Josh were the remaining six. After about and hour and a half, Alexis and Shiva could take no more and they fell off of the platform. A few minutes later, Keetin and Warren followed suite. The competition eventually came down to Connor and Josh. Connor was willing to make some deals with Josh, but Josh wouldn't budge.
After almost three hours, Connor asked if Josh would keep him and Bridgette safe for the week, he would give him the win. Warren clearly looked annoyed at the offer Connor had just made. Josh agreed to the deal, but he knew very well he may have to break that promise. Connor drops off of the platform and awards Josh with his first Head of Household win.
With Josh's win, the Three Queens wanted to solidify their trust with Josh and they began to discuss targets for the week. Josh claimed he wanted to stay loyal to Connor which the girls each received differently. Shiva felt that it would be fine to betray Connor because Connor is a threat, but she ultimately told Josh he can do whatever he feels is necessary. The Three Queens also brought up the potential of nominating Warren and Courtney because they weren't included in the promise, however, they are aligned with Connor and Bridgette.
Warren discussed with Connor his feelings about the deal he made with Josh. Warren told Connor that he felt it was a selfish and stupid move because he didn't promise Warren safety. Connor tried to retaliate with, "Well, I highly doubt Josh will even stick to his word with those girls always in his ear!" Warren had to agree with Connor's point but he still felt uneasy and nervous for the nomination ceremony. Foz and Joaquin also made efforts to throw the trio and Courtney under the bus. Josh said he had a lot to think about for the upcoming ceremony. At the nomination ceremony, Josh decided to stick to his promise he made with Connor during the competition and nominated Courtney and Warren for eviction. This angered Warren and Courtney once again decided to take the silent approach to the situation.
The next few days, drawing players for the POV competition commenced. Josh chose Keetin, Courtney chose Shiva, and Warren drew Houseguest's Choice and he shockingly chose Bridgette to play. Warren explained in the diary room that he wanted "weaker players in this competition so it will give him an edge to win easier."
Soon enough the POV competition began and it was called Misfortune Cookie. Each round the houseguets will try to land a fake fortune cookie onto a platform stylized like a pot. The pot is sectioned into different numerical values. Each round, the houseguest with the lowest number will be eliminated and must claim their prize. As the elimination process moves on, people can take awards and trade with theirs. In the first round, Bridgette was eliminated and she won the veto but she knew she wouldn't be holding onto it for much longer. Josh was the next eliminated and he won a vacation to San Francisco, California, the home of the fortune cookie. Although tempting, Josh decided to keep the vacation and allow the other competitors to try and win the veto.
Keetin was eliminated next and her prize was the Cookie-tard, in which she would have to wear a fortune cookie costume all week. Surprisingly, Keetin chose to take the vacation from Josh. This upset Shiva a little bit because Keetin and Josh seemed to have lost all track of the plans for the week. Courtney was eliminated next and she won a year supply of fortune cookies. Courtney took the veto from Bridgette. In the final round, Warren was eliminated and he got 240 Fortune Cookies which would force him to make 240 cookies in 24 hours. Warren traded the punishment with Courtney and took the veto. Shiva won first and her prize was $5,000 but she chose to take the veto and give Warren the money.
Soon after the competition, Josh was fitted for his costume and Courtney's cookie punishment began. After some fun it was time to get back to the game. Warren knew he was a dead fish, but he still made pleas to save himself. In a conversation with Keetin and Shiva, Warren tried to explain how Courtney was a floater but she would be very difficult to beat in the end because she is likable. Keetin and Shiva listened to Warren but his fate was pretty much figured out. Despite all his efforts, Shiva chose not to use the veto and left Courtney and Warren as the nominees.
When eviction day came around, it seemed blatantly obvious who would become the first jury member. By an unshocking vote of 8-0, Warren was evicted from the game and he became the first jury member.
Votes for Warren: Alexis, Audelia, Bridgette, Connor, Foz, Joaquin, Keetin, and Shiva
Votes for Courtney: -None-
Week 6 (Double Eviction)
Following Warren's eviction, the houseguests competed in a challenge called Donkey Beats which required them to face off in groups of two and listen to a song about a past challenge. The person who rings in with the right kind of challenge will advance and the loser will be eliminated. Connor and Courtney faced off in the first duel, and Courtney was victorious, eliminating an angry Connor. Courtney chose Shiva and Keetin to compete. Keetin beat Shiva to the button and advanced. Foz and Joaquin were the next duel and Foz immediately hit a button which turned out to be the incorrect button. Foz was eliminated and he laughed as he made his way to the couch. Audelia and Bridgette were chosen to compete next and Bridgette moved on. Bridgette chose Keetin and Alexis to duel, and Alexis moved on. Alexis chose Courtney and Bridgette to compete. Bridgette beat Courtney to the buzzer and Connor loudly cheered his showmance on. Joaquin and Alexis remained and Alexis won the duel, leaving Alexis and Bridgette in the final duel. In the final song, it was Alexis who buzzed in first and correctly, beating Bridgette and winning her first HOH of the summer. Connor and Bridgette were both upset and angry with the situation they were now in.
It was pretty clear cut that Bridgette and Connor were at the bottom of the house, even they knew that. Both Bridgette and Connor found it a waste of time to try and sway Alexis any other way. The Three Queens and their allies dicussed that nominating Bridgette and Connor now was a safe option, however, they were not afraid to consider potential backdoor plans with people like Courtney, Foz, or Joaquin. Foz and Joaquin both became nervous that they could be nominated and used as pawns. Foz spoke with Alexis alone and claimed that he hoped him and Joaquin weren't targets but he said he was okay with being used as pawns for strategy to eliminate bigger threats such as Bridgette and Connor. Alexis told Foz he shouldn't worry as Bridgette and Connor were the intended targets and would most likely be the nominees.
On the day of nominations, it was no surprise when Alexis nominated Bridgette and Connor for eviction. In her speech she stated, "At this point you two are the least trustworthy and it's too dangerous for me to allow a strong duo to stay in the game." Connor became angry and Bridgette upset. They both went to a bedroom and discussed what scenarios were possible for them both to survive the week. Bridgette also confessed in the diary room through sobs, "nobody even tried to comfort us! Me and Connor are at the bottom 100% and we need to fight for this veto and try to stay alive this week!"
Eventually drawing for veto players commenced. Alexis drew Keetin, Bridgette drew Joaquin, and Connor drew Audelia. Alexis, Bridgette, Connor, Keetin, Joaquin, and Audelia were the official players in this weeks veto competition. This veto competition called Tipsy Taco required the houseguests, dressed as tacos, to look at a master list menu of different taco names/dishes. There are multiple tubs of "sauces" that the houseguests must jump into and look for a certain name from the master list. Once they think they have all of their names correct they must buzz in. The person who buzzes in with the fastest time and has the most correct will win the golden Power of Veto. In the beginning it was Alexis and Connor who obviously dominated. Connor tried to beast the entire competition in hopes that he could win it. Keetin and Bridgette also were doing well in the challenge. It was obvious that both Joaquin and Audelia struggled. Audelia's struggles even left for a little comedic segment to be shown on the broadcast. After having some fun with Audelia's terrible performance, the game was back on and it was an intense battle between Alexis and Connor.
Alexis rang in first and Connor followed immediately after. Bridgette rang in third followed by Keetin and Joaquin. Audelia comedically finished last. Alexis was revealed to have two names wrong and she shook her head in despair and worry. Audelia and Joaquin both had four names wrong and obviously had no chance at winning this veto. Bridgette was revealed to have all of her tiles correct and she currently held the veto, and Keetin was revealed to have all of her tiles correct as well, but she rung in after Bridgette. The last person was Connor and he had all his tiles correct and since he rang his buzzer before Bridgette, Connor won the veto.
Bridgette congratulated Connor on his win and he immediately asked, "Do you want me to use it on you?" Bridgette replied with a no and told him that they'd have better chances of surviving and gathering votes if it was her sitting next to someone. There was no effort to have Connor not use the veto and during the veto ceremony, Connor used it on himself.
Previous to the ceremony, The Three Queens ran multiple scenarios and they decided Joaquin be a pawn and Joaquin also agreed to this plan. When Connor used the veto, Alexis named Joaquin as the replacement nominee, leaving Bridgette and Joaquin nominated. Bridgette and Connor stopped at nothing to campaign for Bridgette to stay. Most people in the house, however, had their minds made. Alexis also had a discussion with Courtney because Alexis wanted Courtney's trust to use her later in the game.
Despiter Bronnor's efforts at surviving the week, Bridgette was evicted and became the second member of the jury by a vote of 6-1. As she left she hugged Connor and told him to win.
Votes for Bridgette: Audelia, Courtney, Foz, Josh, Keetin, and Shiva
Votes for Joaquin: Connor
Following Bridgette's eviction a double eviction was announced by Julie Chen. During the HOH competition, Connor pulled out all the stops and won. His victory left everyone in the house fearful for their position in the game. Connor talked to each person individually before Julie called them back to the living room. Connor faced the houseguests and stated, "These two are the real puppet masters behind my nomination. Keetin and Shiva please take a seat." A few gasps are heard from the audience is heard as Shiva and Keetin sit in the nominee chairs for their first time.
Immediately after, Shiva tried to convince Connor that it was a unanimous decision and Alexis pulled most of the strings. This caused for Alexis and Shiva to have a small altercation before the veto competition. Alexis, Courtney, and Foz were drawn to compete in the veto competition which required the houseguests to retrieve items from a ball pit. Shiva won the veto.
Alexis once again tried to get into Connor's ear before Shiva but Shiva was able to give her side as well. Shiva used the veto on herself and Connor named Josh the replacement, leaving Josh and Keetin nominated. Although what seemed to be a divided house, Josh was evicted unanimously 6-0 and became the third member of the jury.
Votes for Josh: Alexis, Audelia, Courtney, Foz, Joaquin, and Shiva
Votes for Keetin: -None-
Following Josh's eviction, Alexis became Head of Household for her second time. Following the dramatic events that went down during the double eviction, Alexis decided it was time to mend fences with the Three Queens. Shiva, Keetin, Audelia, Alexis, and Courtney all had a discussion in the HOH bedroom and decided it would be smarter for them to work together to get to end instead going after one another. Keetin and Shiva agreed to their faces, however, Shiva proclaimed in the diary room that "the rift has been formed between the Queens and she no longer trusts Alexis."
Alexis also made a deal with Connor in hopes to gain his trust at least for this week. Connor claimed that Foz and Joaquin were the biggest floaters and people liked them, making them a very easy target this week. Alexis decided to go ahead and nominate Foz and Joaquin for eviction. Alexis, Foz, Joaquin, Courtney, Audelia, and Shiva competed in the power of veto competition. Alexis won the veto and she contemplated flipping on Keetin and Shiva. Alexis, Audelia, Connor, and Courtney formed a strong four "pact" and they refused to call themselves an alliance because they weren't planning on working together the entire time.
Keetin and Shiva became very worried about a potential backdoor plan. However, on the day of the veto ceremony, Alexis chose not to use the veto and Foz and Joaquin remained the nominees for the week. Keetin and Shiva wanted to target Foz because of his relationship with Connor because they saw it detrimental to their games and they felt that Joaquin would be more loyal to them. Keetin and Shiva decided to talk to Courtney who was an obvious swing vote. Courtney told both girls that she would heavily consider that option.
On the day of the eviction, Joaquin was evicted by a 3-2 and Courtney had stuck with her original allegiance to Connor, Alexis, and Audelia.
Votes for Joaquin: Audelia, Courtney, and Connor
Votes for Foz: Keetin and Shiva
Following Joaquin's eviction, Shiva became Head of Household. Shiva and Keetin were not afraid to go against Alexis. Shiva destroyed the Three Queens alliance when she finally nominated Alexis and Audelia next to one another. Connor was in disbelief that he was not nominated. Shiva told Connor he wasn't nominated because they needed to work together to take Alexis out.
Shiva, Alexis, Audelia, Foz, Keetin, and Connor competed in the veto competition and Courtney hosted. The competition was intense but it was Alexis who was victorious with her second consecutive veto win. Immediately after the competition Alexis seemed to become very nervous and she decided it was time to confess something. She gathered people in the bedroom and confessed that she was indeed Andrew Berkis' younger sister.
Connor and Foz were shocked, however, Shiva and Keetin had figured it out a long while ago. Alexis confessed in the diary room that she chose to tell her truth as a way to gain some trust with former allies. Alexis used the veto on herself and Shiva decided to trust Connor and Courtney was nominated instead. Courtney and Audelia were the official nominees for the week. Audelia was considered dangerous due to her connection with Alexis.
By a vote of 3-1, Audelia was evicted from the game and she had an emotional goodbye to her closest ally, Alexis.
Votes for Audelia: Connor, Foz, and Keetin
Votes for Courtney: Alexis
Following Audelia's departure, Keetin won her first Head of Household competition of the summer. It was clear that the final six was divided into three duos (Courtney/Alexis, Foz/Connor, and Shiva/Keetin). With Keetin in power, her and Shiva decided that nominating Alexis and Connor together would ensure that one of them would be evicted from the game.
Keetin nominated Alexis and Connor and wished them luck for the upcoming veto competition. Everyone competed in the veto competition and it was Zingbot who made an appearance. Alexis won her third consecutive veto and Connor knew his game was most likely over. Alexis used the veto on herself and Keetin named Courtney the replacement because they did not want Courtney and Alexis to dictate the vote with their majority.
Connor finally had been evicted by a vote of 2-1 only gaining Foz's vote to stay.
Votes for Connor: Alexis and Shiva
Votes for Courtney: Foz
Following Connor's eviction, Foz won HOH. Foz felt in between two dueling pairs and he knew he needed to choose a side. He decided to nominate Keetin and Shiva because he felt they were the most dangerous. After Keetin won the POV, Foz decided to nominate Alexis next to Shiva.
It was a battle for Foz's vote in the tie and Foz felt as if he could choose either side. On the day of the eviction the vote was tied as expected 1-1, and Foz broke the tie and evicted Alexis over Shiva in one of the most shocking evictions of the summer.
Votes for Alexis: Foz and Keetin
Votes for Shiva: Courtney
Following Alexis' dramatic exit, Keetin won HOH. Keetin nominated Foz and Courtney as expected and Shiva won the veto. Shiva and Keetin felt that Courtney would be an easier person to beat, however, they wanted to stay true to past obligations with Foz. Courtney was evicted 1-0.
Shiva won the first part of the HOH competition. Keetin won the second part of the competition. Shiva won the final HOH and evicted Foz from the game. The jury asked Shiva and Keetin questions. Shiva pointed out her strong gameplay and Keetin pointed out winning competitions when most necessary. In the end, Shiva won unanimously and beat Keetin in a 9-0 vote.
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5||Week 6||Week 7||Week 8||Week 9||Week 10||Week 11||Week 12|
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|Head of Household||Connor||Jimmy||Shiva||Foz||Josh||Alexis||Connor||Alexis||Shiva||Keetin||Foz||Keetin||Shiva||None|
|Shiva||Ckemma||Daniel|| Head of|
|Connor||Warren||Bridgette||Josh||Foz|| Head of|
|Keetin||Ckemma||Daniel||Jimmy||Connor||Warren||Bridgette||Nominated||Foz||Audelia|| Head of|
|Alexis|| Head of|
|Foz||Ckemma||Audelia||Nominated|| Head of|
|Alexis||Ckemma||Daniel||Jimmy||Connor||Warren|| Head of|
|Josh|| Head of|
|Connor|| Head of|
|Daniel||Jimmy||Nominated||Warren||Joaquin|| Head of|
|Josh||Ckemma||Audelia||Jimmy||Connor|| Head of|
|Jimmy||Ckemma|| Head of|