The feeds were down for most of the day on Saturday. They returned to the house in shambles due to this week’s Big Brother 19 Power of Veto competition. It was the iconic Hide-N-Go Veto competition, which they have played for several Big Brother seasons now. It started in Big Brother 17, then played out again in Big Brother 18, Big Brother Over the Top, and now Big Brother 19.

Big Brother 19 Alex Ow and Jason Dent

Prior to Veto competition, most of the Big Brother houseguests slept while Jason Dent and Alex Ow continued to discuss Raven Walton’s inconsistent stories. Post-Power of Veto, the Big Brother Live Feeds were actual interesting again.

Could This Be the End for Kevin?

Big Brother 19 Josh MArtinez and Paul Abrahamian

Everyone seemed in good spirits after the Big Brother 19 Power of Veto competition. The houseguests were enjoying their new floatie toys, and happy everything was going according to plan. Then Paul Abrahamian started plotting against Kevin Schlehuber

We expected Paul to try to get Kevin evicted this week, and he didn’t let us down. Paul and Alex started to suggest that they nominate and evict Kevin over Matt Clines and Raven Walton.

Meanwhile, Jason presented Kevin with the idea of him going on the block to not stir the pot. Jason told Kevin that Matt and Raven thought he was the target this week. He was shocked they would believe that claim, and refused to agree to go on the block. He said he would do it next week, but that Jason didn’t owe Raven anything, so he should keep her on the block.

Big brother 19 cast

In between everything, Alex and Paul worked to convince Jason to nominate and evict Kevin. He refused to do it. Then, he became angry because he felt like Alex has been lying a lot recently, hanging out with Christmas Abbott too much, and trying to blindside him by voting out Kevin instead of Matt.

The event lead to a lot of tension between this once unbreakable duo. Alex was convinced that by not nominating Kevin, he was hurting their chances with the jury votes. Raven and Matt also discussed no one voting for Jason if he betrayed them by keeping them on the block. Alex, Paul, Christmas, and Josh Martinez also planned to put full blame on Jason for the Matt and Raven blindside.

Jason was okay with taking the blame because he believed  that he had neither of their votes anyway.


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