Wednesday nights special pre-taped Big Brother eviction episode began with the fallout from Sunday night’s episode, which had concluded with Josh, a 23-year-old from Miami, FL who works in hair care sales, nominating Alex and Kevin for eviction.
After throwing comps for the past two weeks, the returning vet decided it was time to give it his all. Later in the DR, Paul shared, “I’ve had to choose me over everyone this entire game, because I know that they wouldn’t choose me over them”. And while Christmas could have a somewhat decent case against Paul, it would be easy – and fair – for Paul to point out that each of Christmas’ wins were handed to her on his orders.
In the first challenge of the evening, Paul narrowly beats Alex for the veto power, and she is relieved because that means he will keep her safe.
“It kind of sucks because I didn’t win the veto”. The anonymous votes go 1-1, Kevin to Alex, which leaves us in disarray as we’re not sure what move Josh will make here as the Head of Household.
“If I use the veto and pull you off, [Christmas] is pissed, Josh is pissed – I lose Josh, Christmas and Kevin as [jury votes]”, he said. Her first move is to get emotional with Josh and beg him to save her.
If the Final 2 does wind up being Paul and Josh, it will be interesting to see how the jury votes.
Now when he can make a “friendship” move, he’s not going to because he’s anxious about his own game.
“I think [Paul] played a really shady game”.
Then we get to the next Head of Household competition.
“I knew something was up wen Paul wanted to – he knew he was going to get backdoored, I knew something was up, and I should have just taken Jason off the block”. Information about the latest Eviction Ceremony, who the final four houseguests are, and who won the latest Head of Household Competition may have been leaked by someone close to production. When Josh asks if they’re still on board to be the final two, Christmas says she’s still deciding between him and Paul. It’s a word game, where contestants have to fill in the blanks in recorded clips of what former houseguests have said.