We had high hopes for which Houseguest would be the one who won Power of Veto on Big Brother tonight in the second Double Eviction episode of the season. We were hoping for some big drama with the Head of Household results and subsequent Power of Veto Competition, followed by a fabulous shocking eviction of one of the big players in the house.

Big Brother Power of Veto

Big Brother Power of Veto

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Well, sometimes you get a little of what you wish for but not all of it. In the Head of Household Competition…

We did get some good drama going with the Head of Household results when Derrick won in an amazing ONE round. However, he did exactly as predicted and put up Victoria and Christine as the eviction nominees with Christine as the target. If Christine won PoV, then Frankie would go up in her place.

At the Power of Veto Competition, Frankie took off and quickly was roaring through the challenge. He ran through the maze with his ball like a hot knife through butter. Caleb was close behind him, but couldn’t catch him. Frankie won the Power of Veto, which means he is safe for another week. We are thinking that the other guys may very well come to regret that quite soon.

With Frankie winning the Power of Veto, it’s pretty much curtains for Christine as everyone wants her out over Victoria.

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