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Big Brother Recap: Did the Veto Save Angela or Rockstar?

Scheming is all part of the game in the Big Brother house, but Rockstar has no idea what that means. 

For someone who thinks she knows the game, Wednesday's episode of the CBS reality hit proved otherwise. 

Rockstar was mad that she was being thrown up on the block as the perpetual pawn almost every week, and while it sucks, she seems to forget that this is a game. 

The OTEV Returns on Big Brother

In a bizarre scene, she went as far as calling Haycee out, saying there were six other people in the house to choose from. 

But Kaycee maintained that she was not the one to hack the game and that Rockstar should go check with the others in the house before throwing accusations. 

It got heated, but Rockstar stood firm, presumably because she wanted the house to think she was a big player. She has won zero competitions, and we're halfway through the summer, so there's no question about whether she's terrible at the game. 

While The Hive continued to lick their wounds and wonder why they were so bad at holding the power, Tyler was hard at work trying to keep Level Six intact. 

Angie "Rockstar" Lantry

That meant he had to try and get to the cause of Sam's paranoia. He pulled her into the storage room, and they got talking. 

He managed to make progress by telling Sam that anyone would be happy to be in her position because she's in the top ten and made it to the jury house. 

The conversation took a bizarre turn when Sam said she had a gut feeling that Tyler was lying to her all along. Tyler countered by saying that he told her about his power because he couldn't bottle it up any longer. 

Tyler is smart and knew he had to build trust with this ally if he wanted her to continue voting with Level Six.

Tyler Crispen

The most shocking part of the episode was the veto competition. Tyler, Angela, Kaycee, Rockstar, Haleigh, and Faysal competed in the OTEV. 

With Kaycee and Angela out first, it was Tyler against the other three to win the competition. Just when it seemed like all hope was lost for Tyler, Rockstar accidentally helped him by confirming the answer. 

Tyler rushed back down the slope to find the correct one and got back up before Haleigh kicked out of the competition. 

Tyler won the competition, and Rockstar kept trying to remind him that she was the one who helped him win, and that should count for something. 

But Tyler's decision was made. He wanted Angela off the block because he felt that the house would have more chance of flipping to evict her. 

Angela Rummans Smiles

Before Tyler made the decision, he revealed that Haleigh was coming for him and if she had it her way, he would be gone. 

For that reason, he saved Angela, and Haleigh nominated Kaycee in her place. It was unsurprising, but the level of control Tyler and his allies have on the game is crazy. 

Rockstar will likely be evicted Thursday during her best friend's HOH, and that's going to cause a whole lot of problems. 

What are your thoughts on the latest twists and turns?

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Big Brother Recap: Who Did The Hacker Nominate?

The Big Brother house was rocked by the hacker twist last week, but did it have the same effect Sunday night? 

When the latest episode kicked off, Sam Bledsoe was storming around the house, complaining that people were making fun of her behind her back. 

She turned to the new HOH, Haleigh who was happy to tell her Angela was reminding her that Sam put her on the block and the reasons for it. 

Angela Rummans Smiles

While Haleigh teased in a diary room session that she was putting Angela up, the comment had an adverse effect on Sam. 

Sam started yelling that she was done with the game and that everyone in the house was psychos. She then threatened violence. 

Poor Haleigh had no idea what to do, but she handled the delicate situation like a champ. As for Tyler, Kaycee, and Angela, well, they admitted they were done with Sam. 

Sam threw a vote at Bayliegh on Thursday and was being off with Tyler aka the closest person to her. We quickly learned that Tyler told her about his power ahead of the eviction and she was so mad about it she claimed that he was lying. 

Sam Bledsoe

Yes, it sure seems like the ship has sailed on their friendship, and it wouldn't be a bad thing if Tyler and his allies managed to get her out of the house. 

As we headed into the nominations ceremony, Tyler flat out asked Hayleigh to put him on the block after the veto, and she laughed about it in the Diary Room. 

She thought Tyler was blowing up his own game. In reality, he was making sure he still had his cloud power app to use for later in the week. 

Haleigh nominated Angela and Kaycee for eviction, and there was immediate unrest in the house because the hacker competition was just around the corner. 

Haleigh Broucher

The winner of the competition had the ability to change a nomination, pick a veto player and cancel one eviction vote. 

Kaycee realized there was a fire under her butt and secured a win. This made Angela, Brett, and Tyler very happy because it meant they only needed to win veto to keep Level Six safe for the week. 

Haleigh worried because it meant her nominations could be rendered useless and one of her allies could go home under her HOH reign. 

Her fears were seemingly confirmed when Rockstar replaced Kaycee on the block. We might as well call her Blockstar at this stage. 

Angie "Rockstar" Lantry

At least, that's what Sam was calling her immediately after he nomination. Rockstar, however, complained in the Diary Room that nobody is here to play the game if they keep throwing her up. 

It was a hilarious moment, but also made us question whether Rockstar knew what she was doing. She's won nothing and been nothing more than a vote for much of the season. 

What are your thoughts on all of this?

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Big Brother Recap: Did Haleigh Manage to Save Bayleigh?

Another eviction rocked the house on Thursday, and for the first time in a good few years, all the drama came in the lead up to the eviction. 

We picked up right after the veto meeting, and Bayleigh was furious that she had been wrongfully outed as the hacker. 

She made her way into the bedroom to start packing her belongings, presumably because she knew there was a bigger plan in play, and that she was going to be taken out of the game. 

Haleigh Broucher

After that, she confronted Tyler and said that she trusted him and now she's on the block. Tyler wanted to steer clear of her, however. 

Bayleigh was blindsided. She opened up about wanting to keep her power for another week out of respect for Angela. She liked her as a person but felt like she stuck the knife in at the first opportunity. 

Haleigh then felt bad about being the hacker and opened up to Bayleigh about it. Bayleigh was mad, but she respected Haleigh for trying to make a move to take out a bigger target. 

Meanwhile, Angela was in the diary room acting like she was the best at the game because she managed to get Bayleigh up on the block. 

Angela Rummans Smiles

She even went as far as claiming that she would jump under a bus for Tyler. Yes, that's how sad her game has become of late. 

At the house meeting, Haleigh confirmed she was the person who hacked the game and opened up about Tyler meeting with Bayleigh about getting Angela put up as the replacement nominee. 

Tyler denied it, but the argument went nuclear with Tyler and Bay getting into a heated exchange that found Bay leaving the room with a burst lip. 

Bayleigh Dayton Is Not Amused

No, we're not saying anybody lifted their hands. Bay was shouting so much that she burst her gum with her teeth. 

At the eviction, the hacker took Tyler's ability to vote away. 

  • Kaycee votes to evict: Bayleigh 
  • Brett votes to evict: Bayleigh 
  • Faysal votes to evict: Bayleigh
  • Scottie votes to evict: Bayleigh 
  • Haleigh votes to evict: Bayleigh 
  • Sam votes to evict: RS
  • JC votes to evict: Bayleigh

Bayleigh was evicted by a vote of 6-1!

Bayleigh Dayton on Big Brother

The HOH competition was a knock-out one that allowed the winner of each round to pick the next two competitors. 

  • Round 1: Sam vs. JC – JC gets it right
  • Round 2: Tyler vs. RS – Tyler gets it wrong 
  • Round 3: Kaycee vs. Brett – Kaycee gets it wrong
  • Round 4: Haleigh vs. Faysal – Faysal gets it wrong
  • Round 5: Brett vs. Scottie – Brett got it right
  • Round 6: Haleigh vs. RS – Haleigh gets it right 
  • Round 7: Brett vs. JC – Brett gets it wrong 
  • Round 8: Haleigh vs. JC – Haleigh gets it right!

Haleigh wins Head of Household!

Big Brother continues Sunday on CBS!

Big Brother Recap: Did Angela’s Target Evade the Block?

The Big Brother hacker has had way too much power in the house. 

Being allowed to changes one nomination, pick a veto player and eliminate a vote is the definition of power trip, and Angela Rummans raged on Wednesday's latest episode that the power had been taken from her. 

With Tyler vowing to save himself from the block, Haleigh took to the Diary Room to explain why she went all the way and put him on the block. 

Angela Rummans Smiles

She was adamant that Tyler was smarter than everyone was giving him credit for, and she had a point: This is the man who has flawlessly (until now!) played each side of the house to imply he has been trying to save them all at one point or another. 

As for Tyler, he wrongfully claimed to his alliance that Bayliegh was the one who hacked the game and that he wanted to get some sweet revenge because she was trying to get him out the house. 

Angela initially claimed Scottie was the hacker, but she ultimately realized that it would be too obvious for him to take himself off the block, and her target was firmly on Bayliegh. 

She and Kaycee joined forces with the aim of taking Tyler down and nominating Bayliegh in hs place after the veto. 

Bayleigh Dayton Is Not Amused

What was the most telling was that Bayliegh met up with both women and seemed on board with keeping the nominations the same for the week in an attempt to get no blood on their hands. 

Haleigh then continued to throw people off by choosing Kaycee as the veto player.

The veto competition was hosted by Jessie from Big Brother 10 & 11. It was the one with the houseguests rolling the ball back and forth and running around the platform. 

It came down to Tyler and Angela, and Angela said that she wanted to have all the power for the week, so practically begged for the veto. 

Tyler put his trust in her, but did it pay off?

Bayleigh Dayton on Big Brother

Bayliegh grew suspicious because it was just hours earlier that Angela was promising not to change the nominations. 

Angela followed through on her plan to throw Bayliegh up on the block after taking Tyler down. Bay was blindsided after Angela wrongfully claimed that she was the one with the power and that her "power trip was over, honey."

Remember how crazy Bay went when Brett called her "honey" last week? Yeah, this was another passive-aggressive speech from Angela. 

That means Rockstar and Bayliegh are the week's final two nominations. Bayliegh will be sent home tonight. 

Angela Rummans

Her power is too risky to keep in the game. 

What are your thoughts on the latest twists and turns? 

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Big Brother continues Thursday on CBS. 

Big Brother Spoilers: Who Got Blindsided?

Bayliegh Dayton's power app has been the topic of the conversation in the Big Brother house ever since Brett Robinson threw her under the bus for it during Thursday's live eviction. 

The power in question allows Bayliegh to hijack the nominations, and put two people of her choosing on the block at the nominations ceremony. 

The major caveat with the power is that she has to use the power before the reigning HOH announces their own batch of nominees. 

Big Brother 20 Cast Poses

Bayliegh was quick to turn to Angela Rummans, who is the HOH for this week, to tell her that she will not use her power because she knows that she is safe. 

But Angela is working with Tyler Crispen, Brett, Kaycee Clark and Sam Bledsoe, and knows fine well that Bayliegh and her power is a huge threat. 

With the hacker twist being thrown in, and Tyler being thrown on the block, Angela was quick to float the idea that Bayliegh was the hacker and wanted to mess up the game. 

At the veto competition, Angela slid into victory, meaning she actually got to have all the power for her HOH reign. 

Angela Rummans Smiles

She tried her best to keep Bayliegh under the assumption that she was not putting her up as the backdoor target. 

Bayliegh wanted Scottie Salton put up on the block because she claimed he was untrustworthy. However, unbeknownst to Bayliegh, Tyler and Angela told Scottie everything Bayliegh and her side of the house said about Scottie. 

Angela even cut a deal with him to keep him free from the block if he votes with Level 6 and keeps her safe if he's in power next week. 

Scottie was happy to do so, and Angela blindsided Bayliegh by removing Tyler from the block and putting the flight attendant up in his place. 

Bayleigh Dayton Is Not Amused

In the immediate aftermath, Angela locked herself in the HOH room, and Bayliegh rushed up to find out why she was lied to. 

Angela kept the door locked and yelled through that she did not want to talk to her. A frustrated Bayliegh made her way downstairs to pack her belongings and complained that Angela thinking her being the hacker was ridiculous. 

FYI: Bayliegh had no idea that Haleigh was the one who won the hacker competition. 

Bayliegh then turned her attention to Rockstar, saying that helping her get off the block was the reason for her being on the block or something. 

Bayleigh Dayton on Big Brother

Kaycee struggled to keep it together because she felt bad about the way things went down with Bayliegh. Kaycee walked around the house crying, and Bayliegh ultimately lets her know she was not mad at her. 

Tyler was then cornered by Bayliegh, who said: “I swear I’m not that Hacker and it was ever my plan to backdoor you.”

In all honesty, Bayliegh is playing the innocent card when viewers (and the other houseguests, for that matter) know she was scheming to get her own way. 

Haleigh Broucher

Haleigh still has the power to eliminate one of the votes, but Level Six will still have the majority and Bayliegh will be heading out the door on Thursday. 

What are your thoughts on this? 

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Big Brother continues Wednesday on CBS. 

Big Brother Recap: The Hacker Twist Rocks the House

With two power apps still in play, a new twist was thrown into the Big Brother house Sunday night, and it resulted in one of the best Sunday installments in years. 

We picked up in the immediate aftermath of Angela winning the HOH competition. Bayliegh, Haleigh, Faysal, Rockstar, and Scottie were still shocked that Rachel was sent home over Brett. 

Haleigh Broucher Wins a Competition

Rockstar took to the storage room to bawl her eyes because that's all she seems to do in the game. It's getting ridiculous. Bayleigh turned on her friend in afterward, yelling at her about loyalty. 

The hilarious thing about the situation was that Rockstar has been loyal to her allies since the get-go. Bayliegh was clearly taking her frustration about the power being exposed out on her. 

Brett was also on the receiving end of Bayliegh's wrath. She wanted to know why he would drag her name through the mud at the live vote. In Brett's defense, Bayliegh wanted him out of the house, so why should he not trash her? 

Bayleigh Dayton

The houseguests quickly learned that the hacker competition would allow one person to hack the nominations, veto and even the live vote. 

Haleigh was adamant that she was winning in order to turn the tables on the other side of the house. Similarly, Angela was determined to win because she wanted to keep her nominations the same. 

Bayliegh wanted to know whether to use her power this week but said she would not use it when Angela said she would keep her and Faysal off the block. 

Bayliegh was trying to act like Angela's BFF because she was in power and implied that they could work together. However, Angela was vocal to her allies and viewers that Bayliegh was the target for a backdoor eviction. 

The decision makes sense. Bayliegh's power is unpredictable, so there's no telling what she could do if she wants to switch things up. 

Angela Rummans

Also, Angela and the others do not know the ins and outs of the power and what they're hearing is from the person who has it. That person could fabricate things to make it seem better than it is. 

At the hacker competition, the houseguests had to unscramble words. The person with the most points would be the hacker for the week. 

Surprisingly, Haleigh proved that she was in it to win it by scoring the most points. But she stopped short of telling anyone about it. 

Instead, she remained quiet because her trust in the house was at an all-time low. She then pulled off one of the smartest moves of the summer. 

Tyler Crispen

She removed Scottie from the block and nominated Tyler in his place. Tyler was furious, but it successfully put the target on Scottie because it would make sense for him to save himself. 

What do you think will happen next?

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Big Brother continues Wednesday on CBS.

Big Brother Recap: Who Got Evicted? Who Won HOH?

The latest episode of Big Brother kicked off with Rachel Swindler and Brett Robinson on the block for eviction.

Rachel was confident that she would be staying in the house. The reason?

Because her allies told her she was safe. While it would be normal to expect your allies to keep you safe, we need to remember that Rachel was on the block with her fellow ally. 

Julie Chen Waves Big Brother Flag

Rachel worried about being on the block next to Brett, while Tyler was in the HOH room pledging allegiance to Bayliegh. 

In the Diary Room, however, he was saying that he would keep Bayliegh keen until he managed to flush her Power App out of the game. 

Brett got to work on Tyler, saying that the men are becoming extinct in the house and that if the rumors about the all-female alliance are correct, the men could be next. 

Meanwhile, Scottie, Bayliegh Haleigh, Faysal, and Rockstar had a chat and confirmed to each other that Tyler was a vote for their side and that they would not be blindsided on Thursday night. 

Tyler Crispen

Tyler turned to Brett to fill him in on Bayliegh's power and what it could mean for the future of the game. Brett resolved to use the news to his advantage ahead of the eviction. 

Brett then got in the hammock with Haleigh and tried everything he could to get her vote. She lied, saying that she would be keeping him in the game. 

While that was going down, Faysal walked around the house and kept checking to make sure Brett and Haleigh were not kissing or something. 

It was ridiculous. He was acting as though he owned Haleigh and that she was going against him by speaking with another houseguest. 

Haleigh Broucher

Haleigh was open with Brett about there being no showmance between her and Faysal, so it's going to be fun to see how that pans out. 

We then took a trip outside the house to watch Swaggy C make his way to Bayliegh's family home to meet them for the first time. 

It went well, and he could be calling them his family if he and Bayliegh can make it work outside the house. The family and Swaggy agreed that Tyler was the one to watch. 

At the live eviction, Rachel was positive in her approach when addressing her fellow houseguests, telling them to vote with their heart and that if she can benefit them, she will try her best. 

Rachel Swindler

We wish we could say the same for Brett, but he went for the jugular. He said that Rachel was the ringleader of a female alliance that was intent on taking the men out of the house. 

He went on to expose Bayliegh's power, but he made sure to say that it was for "next week." 

These losers are going to think Rachel was lying all along when Bayliegh refuses to use it. 

  • RS votes to evict: Brett 
  • Angela votes to evict: Rachel 
  • Kaycee votes to evict: Rachel 
  • Scottie votes to evict: Brett 
  • Tyler votes to evict: Rachel 
  • Sam votes to evict: Rachel 
  • Faysal votes to evict: Brett 
  • JC votes to evict: Rachel 
  • Haleigh votes to evict: Brett

Rachel was evicted by a vote of 5-4!

Rachel stormed out of the house as soon as the vote was announced. She was blindsided. In her eviction interview with Julie, she struggled to keep it together. 

Angela's eviction speech was especially surprising, calling Rachel out for acting crazy since Week 2. 

Angela Rummans

The HOH competition focused on GIFs the houseguests got to see in the house. Angela won the competition!

Before we left the house for the night, Julie said that the next twist would allow the houseguests to hack the game and that we will get more intel on it on Sunday. 

Well, that was a wild night!

What did you think of it?

Big Brother continues Sunday on CBS.

Big Brother Spoilers: Who Is Getting Evicted?

It's been a terrible few weeks for the Level Six alliance on Big Brother. 

The loss of Winston Hines dealt a big blow to the alliance two weeks ago, and they will be losing another ally on tonight's eviction episode. 

We started the week off with Rachel Swindler and Brett Robinson still on the block after Tyler decided against using the veto on either of the nominees. 

Brett Robinson

Despite Tyler being aligned with them, he knew all about Bayliegh's Power App that allows her to steal the identity of an HOH, and that was not a chance he was willing to take. 

He worried that Bayliegh would target him next week for eviction with her power. To be fair, she probably would go that route because she feels like she and Tyler are good friends in the house. 

The main issue with Rachel being on the block is that she's become an emotional mess. It's sad, but this is a social experiment, and she's been someone who held it together well until this week. 

Bayliegh, Faysal, Haleigh, Scottie, and Rockstar want Brett gone, but with Bayliegh unable to vote, it's likely that this vote is going to be super close. 

Bayleigh Dayton

The reason?

Tyler, Angela, Kaycee, Sam, and JC are planning to send Rachel out the door to keep Brett in the game. JC wants to pin the vote on Scottie, so Bayliegh takes pity on him and sends Scottie out with her power. 

That means the vote will likely be 5-4 to evict Rachel. The positive for Tyler and his puppets is that it will rattle the Foutte alliance before the next HOH competition. 

The competition sounds like it's going to be the "Before or After" one because the houseguests have been studying the days and timing of events. 

Rachel Swindler

Okay, so Rachel is likely heading out the door Thursday night. 

What are your thoughts on this?

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Big Brother Recap: JC’s Vote Divides the House

Kaitlyn Herman is out of the Big Brother house, and Sunday's episode proved that the rest of the cast could the drama without her in the house. 

With Kaitlyn being evicted 9-1 against Rockstar, her former houseguests wondered where that extra vote came from. 

Viewers knew it was JC, but most others seemed to think it was Tyler because they thought he and Kaitlyn were closer in the game than they were being led to believe. 

JC Monduix

JC planned to spread paranoia around the house because it would help keep the target off himself. He was campaigning to send Kaitlyn out the door for much of last week. 

Scottie started to act stranger than usual, and everyone concluded that he must be the one who flipped. 

The HOH competition was mostly a game of chance. The houseguests were tasked with sliding on a bit of wood and get to get to the other end of a platform in 8 seconds. 

Bayliegh was the lucky victor, and she immediately got to work to find out who to put up on the block. 

Bayleigh Dayton

Her pool of targets was revealed to be Brett, Scottie, and JC, but Faysal was not going to stand for JC to be put on the block. 

He said that Rachel would be a better option against Brett because he knew that putting two people from the other side of the house would give them the numbers. 

Bayliegh turned to Haleigh to let her know that Faysal would do anything to keep JC in the game. It resulted in a blow-up between the two women and Faysal. 

Faysal was furious that Haleigh would question his loyalty after he saved her from the block with the veto last week, but the three of them managed to patch things up. 

Faysal Shafaat - Big Brother Season 20

As Bayliegh was in a tailspin wondering what to do about the nominations, she turned to Rachel and asked that she would go up as a pawn to get Brett out. 

Bayliegh said she had a good reason for it: Scottie was running his mouth and saying that Rachel was the liar and that she needed to be sent home. 

To get Rachel on her side, Bayliegh told her about the Identity Theft power and the Vegas actress was blindsided by it. Rachel was not impressed about going on the block but liked that she got some intel from Bayliegh. 

Will she tell her allies or will she keep quiet about it?

Rachel Swindler

As for Bayliegh, she confirmed in the DR that things could change in the next few days, likely alluding to JC or Scottie being put up if someone comes down. 

What are your thoughts on the latest episode?

Will Bayliegh change her target? 

Hit the comments below. 

Big Brother continues on Wednesday on CBS!

Big Brother: Meet the Most Controversial Houseguests

Big Brother has been on the air since the year 2000. 

It is filmed 24 hours a day, and fans are able to watch a live feed online that keeps them up to speed with what happens inside the house when the show is not airing. 

That means some of the houseguests forget their surroundings and say some crazy things. 

What about the others? 

Well, some of them did not seem to care and had no filter. 

We've rounded up the most controversial houseguests below. 


1. Rachel Swindler - Big Brother Season 20

Rachel swindler
Viewers who watched the Big Brother live feeds were shocked when Swindler compared her tan to her black fellow houseguest Bayleigh Dayton.

"My stomach is as dark as Bay," she said.

2. Angela Rummans - Big Brother Season 20

Angela rummans
Angela was also part of the conversation about Swindler about skin color and said the following: "I’m looking ghetto here with the skin coloration.”

While viewers never got to see the duo getting a warning from CBS, Angela was seen on the live feeds crying.

3. Kaitlyn Herman - Big Brother Season 20

Kaitlyn herman big brother season 20
Herman's stint in the house resulted in her boyfriend apparently cutting ties with her. She was all over Tyler Crispen, Brett Robinson and Faysal Shafaat.

Another instance that landed her in hot water found her using the N-word while quoting Drake's "0 to 100."

4. Paul Abrahmian - Big Brother Season 18 & 19

Paul abrahamian on big brother
Paul dressed in black facial cosmetics as he targeted black houseguest, Dominique Cooper for eviction.

He went on to say that his makeup was called "blackface." Yikes.

5. Jason Dent - Big Brother Season 19

Jason dent
Jason shocked live feed viewers with his comments about raping fellow houseguest Kevin Schlehuber's wife after tying up all of his daughters and making them watch.

He was not ejected from the show.

6. Frank Eudy - Big Brother Season 18

Frank eudy big brother season 18
Eudy went too far when he groped Da'Vonne Rogers, and called her a "slut."

Understandably, it all got too much and Da'Vonne hit up the diary room to let viewers know how she felt.

“I don't want my daughter to see that and think it's OK for guys to hit girls on their butts and guys to call girls sluts,” she sobbed.

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Big Brother Recap: Did the Power App Save a Player?

Sam Bledsoe's power app was finally used on Thursday night, but did it save one of the nominees from eviction?

When the latest episode got underway, the house was still in shock at Faysal's decision to save Hayley from the block. 

Sam wanted to make sure JC knew she was not actually going to put him up. We think it's fair to say if she's that good at acting then she has the potential to throw just about anyone under the bus. 

Sam Bledsoe

Hurricane Kaitlyn was mad that Faysal betrayed her, and she started to break down. Faysal tried to calm her down by saying that she was not going home. 

He did say that his decision was based on the way she backdoored Swaggy C in week two because they were in an alliance. 

Kaitlyn was initially against campaigning, but a chat with Tyler changed her perspective. There were people who would vote to keep her, and that was good for her game. 

Tyler tasked her with speaking to JC because he could be the swing vote in the entire situation, but JC opened up to Angela, Tyler, and Kaycee.

Tyler Crispen

He referred to Kaitlyn as "a crazy-ass bitch and also a good competitor." Tyler worried that JC was not going to vote for Level 5, and made it his mission to get the votes turned his way. 

As for Faysal, his decision was made: He was voting to evict Kaitlyn because he knew he was the enemy if she stayed in the house. 

Rockstar chatted to her old FOUTE alliance, and they told her to start rallying the votes because she has four solid ones from them. 

This gave her the drive to do so, and she turned to Brett in the dead of night, saying that while she was mad, she was happy that someone made a big move like that. 

Brett Robinson

She was referring to his lie that she pulled him aside before last week's eviction ceremony and said she was changing the vote. 

This gave Brett food for thought because he worried Hurricane Kaitlyn would target one of them if she fell back in with her old allies. 

One person who wanted Kaitlyn gone was Sam. She even went as far as saying to Tyler she'd "stomp a mud-hole into that bitch's chest."

Yes, she really said that!

  • JC votes to evict: RS 
  • Bayleigh votes to evict: Kaitlyn
  • Haleigh votes to evict: Kaitlyn
  • Faysal votes to evict: Kaitlyn
  • Brett votes to evict: Kaitlyn 
  • Tyler votes to evict: Kaitlyn 
  • Angela votes to evict: Kaitlyn
  • Kaycee votes to evict: Kaitlyn
  • Rachel votes to evict: Kaitlyn 
  • Scottie votes to evict: Kaitlyn
Kaitlyn Herman - Big Brother Season 20

Kaitlyn was evicted ... but the bonus life power came into play. Kaitlyn was sent to the BB App Store, and she was tasked with completing a puzzle that looked like it had five pieces. 

She had 150 seconds and still managed to mess it up. In fact, it looked like she just gave up. Maybe her intuition told her she was not going to win, so she threw in the towel. 

It's difficult losing such a big player. She was one of the most engaging houseguests in several years. 

What are your thoughts on her departure?

Hit the comments below!

Big Brother continues Sunday on CBS. 

Big Brother Recap: Who Won Veto? Who Was the Replacement Nominee?

The latest episode of Big Brother picked up moments after the most awkward nominations ceremony in the history of the series. 

Sam had just nominated both Haleigh and Kaitlyn citing the fact that both of them were all over the younger men in the house, as though they were doing it for protection from the block. 

“I’m old-fashioned and, to me, being a lady is what makes me empowered,” Sam revealed in the Diary Room of her decision to nominate the pair. 

Faysal Shafaat and Haleigh Broucher on Big Brother

The basis for Sam's plan was that the bonus life power expired this week and that it would allow the evictee the chance to re-enter the game. 

But Sam said that there was no way either of the women would stick around long if they returned to the game. 

Faysal, Rockstar, and Kaycee were not impressed by the combative nature of the speech ... especially when you consider the fact that Sam did not allow either woman to speak to her before the ceremony. 

Sam continued to act erratically when Tyler went up to the HOH room for some clarity on what the next steps were.

Sam Bledsoe

She really wants to keep all of the information to herself during her reign, but Tyler managed to float the idea of putting Rockstar up. 

After Brett lied about the vote, Rockstar went crazy, and it's painted a huge target on her. 

Kaitlyn turned to Faisyal to make sure he was going to save her if she threw the veto to him. He agreed, but moments later, he turned to Haleigh to tell her all about it. 

JC, Faisyal, and Rockstar joined Sam, Kaitlyn, and Haleigh for the veto competition.  It brought former winner Rachel Reilly back into the house to host. 

Faysal Shafaat - Big Brother Season 20

The competition found various objects smacking the living daylights out of the houseguests. But Faysal was the one to emerge as the winner, presenting him with a difficult decision. 

Kaitlyn subsequently went off on a tear-filled rampage when Faysal admitted that he also promised Haleigh he would keep her safe. 


Tyler turned to Sam one last time to get information on the veto replacement, but she refused to tell him anything. 

She backed this up in the DR by saying she did not want to be manipulated by anyone to make a decision. 

Faysal Shafaat

Faysal used the veto to save Haleigh, but things took a turn as Sam started to announce she was putting JC on the block. 

Um, what?

JC burst into tears, saying it was the wrong thing to do. Sam agreed and turned her attention to Rockstar, telling her to take a seat next to her ally. 

Sam then opened up about her power app, telling the nominees that they will have a chance to re-enter the game, but still, the house was divided. 

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Big Brother Recap: Did Anyone Believe Rockstar?!

Big Brother Season 20 may have had a slow start, but the drama and controversy is starting to kick off. 

We picked up with the HOH competition, and Angie was out for blood. She was mad at the fact that Brett lied about the hinky vote on her daughter's birthday. 

Angie could not help but say she was targeting Brett. But things did not go her way, and she was actually first out of the competition. 

Angie "Rockstar" Lantry

She cheered when Brett fell soon after, and if anything, it painted a target on her back. It came down to Tyler and Sam, and Tyler wanted to make a deal because he did not want everyone thinking they were working together. 

You know, Tyler has been controlling the vote for several weeks, and it's hilarious that nobody has figured out he's playing all sides of the house. 

Sam won the HOH and quickly laid down the law with her fellow houseguests. She said she wanted the room to herself, and that nobody would be up there with her. 

She then went on to say that she had already made her mind up who she was nominating and that she would not be holding meetings. 

Sam Bledsoe

It was a ballsy move but proved that Sam wanted a break from all of the scheming. 

After that, Rockstar went forward with her plan to get back at Brett. She chased him down with pots and pans and chanted about them working in an alliance together. 

The rest of the house laughed, but it was evident they were getting tired of all the screaming after it went on, and on. 

Kaitlyn then turned to Faysal for attention, and he did not want to give her time of day. He was worried that he was being played by two people close to him because the votes never go the way they are supposed to. 

Kaitlyn burst into tears for being put on blast, and Faisyal opened up about his lack of trust in many people in the house because he's being played. 

Kaitlyn Herman - Big Brother Season 20

The life coach subsequently concluded that Sam must have been the one to flip the two votes with her power, and everyone in her alliance seemingly got on board with it. 

Before we got to the nominations, there was a flashback as we got to see a heated argument between JC and Bayliegh. 

Bayliegh wanted to know whether JC is a dwarf. “I’m just a short guy,” he responded, but Bayliegh then asked if there was a difference between "a midget and a dwarf."

JC then went into detail about how the word "midget" was offensive to him, and compared it to the N word. But the issue for Bayliegh was that JC said the full word. 

JC Monduix

It resulted in a big bust-up with Bayliegh leaving the situation. JC later managed to talk her around, and they bonded over the things that happened to them growing up. 

At the nomination ceremony, Sam nominated Haleigh and Kaitlyn for eviction, saying that the way they pursue the younger men in the house is “the opposite of female empowerment.”

Sam backed up her claim in the diary room, saying that she was tired of women taking "the easy way."

Haleigh Broucher

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Big Brother Spoilers: Who Won HOH? Did Rockstar Get Revenge?

Last night's episode of Big Brother sent Winston Hines out the door, but before we got to that Brett Robinson made up a lie that Angie "Rockstar" Langtry offered to keep him safe at the eviction. 

It set off a huge argument between the pair just as Winston was walking out the door.

The reason for that was Brett's lie, coupled with the fact that the votes did not go the way Faysal, Kaitlyn, and Bayley expected, it looked like Rockstar had gone rogue. 

In reality, Brett pulled off the trick to conceal Tyler's true vote (to keep Brett), and it successfully caused a whole lot of drama. 

Big Brother Endurance Competition

The Head of Household competition played out live on the feeds, and it featured the houseguests holding on to a tree for dear life as they were hit with terrible weather, honey, and other crazy things. 

Angie dropped first and burst into tears as Scottie comforted her. She then sat down, and wished good luck to "everyone but Brett."

Brett fell not long after, and Angie acted like a kid at an ice cream store. She cheered and essentially said, "In your face, bish."

We kid about the last part, but you get what we mean. 

Sam Bledsoe

In the end, Sam emerged as the winner, meaning she is safe for the week. This is good news for Tyler because he's generally the one pulling strings and Sam is his ride or die. 

After the competition, there was paranoia around the house as Kaitlyn, Faysal and Bayliegh wondered what happened with the votes. 

Kaitlyn then proceeded to through Angie under the bus, saying that she believes she flipped and that they should target her for eviction. 

However, Faysal and Bayliegh wondered whether Kaitlyn was the one to flip and was trying to conceal it. Haleigh offered up a theory: 

Kaitlyn Herman - Big Brother Season 20

What if Sam had the power to flip two votes?

We can confirm, that was not the case, but what happened after Haleigh floated that idea will go down as one of the funniest moments on the feeds thus far. 

Kaitlyn claimed that her intuition told her that was the case. Yet, it was Haleigh that said it mere moments before. 

Will Kaitlyn ever give credit where credit's due?

As for the nominations, Sam revealed that she has two people in mind, but she's keeping it well under wraps. 

Tyler Crispen

Okay then. That's not so good for live feeders, but whatever, we're sure she'll open up to Tyler over the weekend. 

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Big Brother Recap: Did Sam Bledsoe Use Her Secret Power?

Sam Bledsoe has come a long way. 

She was the target on week one and managed to defy the odds and fight another week thanks to Kaitlyn Herman for turning her back on her alliance and being the swing vote to keep Sam in the house. 

Sam was subsequently gifted with the power to give herself or someone else another shot at the game if they were evicted, thanks to being the top trending houseguest one week. 

Sam Bledsoe

However, with the eviction ceremony looming, she realized that she had some deciding to do about whether she should use her advantage on the two members of the Level 6 alliance who were on the block. 

Just kidding, it was all down to Tyler, who has been pulling strings on both sides of the house for weeks now. 

At the top of the hour, Winston thought he was sitting pretty thanks to Brett's comments about Kaitlyn's third eye saying that she should keep him. 

Rachel, Tyler, and Kaycee deliberated over whether to keep Winston or Brett. They made their decision that Brett was the strong competitor and that they should find a way to keep him. 

While the strategizing was going down, Rockstar found herself struggling to entertain herself, so she climbed up the wall and got stuck. 

Angie "Rockstar" Lantry

This gave Kaitlyn the opportunity to put her life coach skills to good use, telling her to leave everything behind and move on to the next step a new person, or something. 

We got to see a glimpse of Sam's home life and her family and friends were cute as punch. They were rooting for Sam and even the robot version. 

However, her mother was quick to point out that Kaitlin is a bit of a wildcard. No, honey, she's a loose cannon. 

We kid, mostly, but Kaitlin is a real hoot on the live feeds. From her claiming to have had a premonition that someone is after her, to her stirring up controversy over nothing, it's so much fun. 

As the vote kicked off, Brett stirred up some drama when he said that Rockstar told him a few moments before that she was voting to keep him. 

  • Kaitlyn votes to evict: Brett 
  • Rachel votes to evict: Winston
  • Kaycee votes to evict: Winston
  • Angie votes to evict: Brett 
  • Faysal votes to evict: Brett 
  • Bayleigh votes to evict: Brett 
  • Angela votes to evict: Winston 
  • Haleigh votes to evict: Brett 
  • JC votes to evict: Winston 
  • Tyler votes to evict: Winston
  • Sam votes to evict: Winston

With the vote being 6-5, that means Rockstar was put in the frame as the swing vote, covering Tyler's tracks.

Winston Hines - Big Brother Season 20

Sam decided against using her power, and Winston stormed out of the house without saying goodbye, and even threw Sam's friendship bracelet to the ground. 

It was embarrassing. We knew he was hot-headed, but it took him a little too long to understand that he was playing a game. 

We got to see Rockstar exploding at Brett in the house as Winston sat with Julie. She was yelling something about Brett throwing her under the bus on her kid's birthday. 

She apparently never got the memo that the Big Brother game does not pause for any event. If it did, we're sure the houseguests would have gotten to return home for Independence Day. 

Brett Robinson

As the new Head of Household competition was an endurance one, we never got to see it play out on the CBS broadcast. 

But we left the show with Julie confirming that a heated exchange between Bayliegh and JC in which the latter uses a racial slur, will be played out on Sunday's episode. 

As always, keep up to speed with our Big Brother Spoilers!

What did you think of the eviction?

Big Brother Recap: Did Brett or Winston Escape the Block?

Brett and Winston have been allies ever since they entered the Big Brother house three weeks ago. 

In fact, they are so close that some of the houseguests have questioned whether they are in a bromance. 

However, the duo sees it as more of a bromance. But all things come to an end sooner or later, and with Scottie in power, they were both put on the block. 

Winston Hines - Big Brother Season 20

We picked up with Winston unimpressed at the thought of sitting on the block next to Brett because it means that one of them will likely be meeting Julie Chen and chatting about what they could have done better to stay in the game. 

Winston chatted with Tyler and Kaitlyn in the good old storage room to try and get some clarity on how to play Big Brother. 

We kid, mostly, but he wanted to know if there was a way to save himself from the block. Kaitlyn suggested he steer clear of Brett so that everyone would think they were not a pair. 

Instead, Winston headed up to the HOH room to reprimand Scottie. 

Scottie Salton

“You drew a line in the sand, you’re gone next week,” Winston angrily yelled at the current HOH. You know, Scottie could win Veto and have a change of heart, but something tells us he'll stick to his gun.

Winston is a big baby. If he was in control, he would put people up without a second thought. However, he's playing as though he's one of the nicest people, and the cracks are starting to appear. 

Winston and Rachel quickly got to work trying to find a target to replace he and Brett. Kaitlyn, as always comes up as a target and both Brett and Winston agree to win the Veto and have her put up as a replacement. 

The reason?

Kaitlyn Herman - Big Brother Season 20

She was the swing vote to take Steve out of the house in Week One. Yes, they are still talking about that first eviction. 

For the veto competition, it was Scottie, Brett, Winston, Rachel, Tyler and Rockstar. At the start of the competition, Brett took the lead, but Scottie managed to emerge with the win and even won himself a trip for two to Greece. 

The boys then met up with Scottie to pitch a final three deal, but Scottie maintained that it would be too risky to change things up, but he did say he would sleep on it. 

Sam Bledsoe

In true Kaitlyn fashion, she said that she received a vision that the boys were going after her, and Scottie told her about them throwing her under the bus. 

At the veto meeting, we learned that the nominations were being kept the same. Oh yes, one of the boys is going home ... unless Sam uses her power. 

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