As Spider-Man would say, ‘with great power comes great responsibility.’ Scott Dennis will find out the true meaning of this, this week on Big Brother Over the Top. He holds a lot of power this week, maybe more than the first two BBOTT heads of household.
Scott has the power to nominate two people for eviction. He also has the power to name a replacement if the veto is used. Now, Scott has been given, by America, the power to pick this week’s veto competition.
The veto competition can really shake up nominations and, maybe even, the Big Brother Over the Top dynamics. After receiving the Pick-a-Veto power, Scott considered choosing the Diamond Power of Veto, which allowed the veto holder to remove someone from the block and name a replacement.
He then reconsidered. Scott decided to pick the Double Veto. This veto grants two players a veto, the 1st and 2nd place finishers get this week’s Power of Veto. They both can choose to use or not use it.
This means that two people can possibly be removed from the block. Scott then would need to name two replacements (unless one of those players are America’s nominee). Scott’s decision to pick the Double Veto also changed his nomination plans.
Scott plans to nominate Kryssie Ridolfi and Neeley Jackson. He feels that they are weaker players and might be easier to beat in the veto competition. It also still leaves Danielle Lickey and Shane Chapman as nomination options.
Scott still wants to make sure Shane ends up on the block by Tuesday night.
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